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What does the Tory 2015 win mean for tech? 6 policies that could make a difference

What does the Tory 2015 win mean for tech? 6 policies that could make a difference

By 8 May 2015

The 2015 general election is now over and the Conservative Party has won a majority of seats. It will therefore be in power for the next five years, with Prime Minister David Cameron continuing in that role. This might have come as a surprise to many,... >>

Conservative Party launches election iPhone app

Conservative Party launches election iPhone app

By 1 March 2010

The Conservative party has launched its very own iPhone app in an attempt to connect to the user of the popular smartphone in the run up to the general election in the UK. The new app, which became available over the weekend, will inform you of the Conservative... >>

Tories promise 100Mbps broadband by 2017

Tories promise 100Mbps broadband by 2017

By 1 February 2010

George Osborne, the Conservative party's Shadow chancellor, has promised the British public that if elected, his government would deliver 100Mbps broadband speeds to the "majority" of homes by 2017. Calling the scheme, "nationwide super-fast broadband",... >>

Tory party leader David Cameron falls foul of cybersquatters

Tory party leader David Cameron falls foul of cybersquatters

By 6 October 2006

The leader of the Conservative party has recently fallen victim to cybersquatters after failing to secure alternative domain names to his new blog, www.webcameron.org.uk. Domains of similar websites, including www.webcameron.info and www.webcameron.co.uk... >>