IT in the UK is set to benefit to the tune of #1.3 billion over the life of the parliament after today's first Labour Party budget for 18 years.
Gordon Brown, the UK Chancellor of the Exchequer, has taken #5 billion in a comprehensive windfall tax that will hit privatised utilities, - including BT.
He said that the UK's IT infrastructure must become a high priority and that schools required machines to keep up with the rest of the world.
But the companies that will benefit from this #1.3 billion spend was not made clear in Brown's speech, which laid emphasis on the regions of the UK that suffered during the Tory Party's reign - to Tory cheers.
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