Most people think of the Conservative Party as a bunch of middle-aged to outright old men who firmly believe in "old fashioned values", an image that doesn't make you think of them as being particularly interested in technology.
We've collected the 10 biggest technology initiatives to expect over the next five years of Conservative rule.
10. Bill-paying skills
The UK has a skills shortage like holiday swimming pools have prime-position sun lounger shortages. The industry could make a daily alert about how low on skills it has become, and how the current education system might not be fostering enough potential employees.
The Tory government has, and will continue to, push skills, particularly technology skills, and STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) studies, as part of general moves towards improving the UK's economy, business and global standing.
The school report is currently ‘could do better'. The number of people taking ICT subjects at A-Level is falling, but the picture at further education level is better, and engineering, science and maths subjects have had a boost in numbers. Expect to see skills and the need for them on many a politician's agenda.
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