There is no quick-fix, Brexiteer-friendly deal on the table that May has passed over. Nor should there be. Their demands go way beyond what the EU could ever reasonably expect to give us
Kate is the Deputy Chairman of the Parliament Street Technology Forum and a leading contributor to its Women of Influence Network. A frequent political commentator, Kate also regularly chairs panels of leaders across the tech space on topics including women in tech, GDPR and cybercrime. By day, Kate is a PR professional specialising in technology and public sector communications.
That, I believe, is the right outcome.
21/02/2018 16:45 GMT
'No One Is Asking A Small Business To take On Russia' But We Need To Improve The Nation's Cyber Defences
The threat of cybercrime is constantly growing and evolving: illustrated by the mega-breach of Equifax, where 143 million
04/12/2017 13:29 GMT
Watching President Macron's first televised interview this Sunday, two things struck me. Firstly, wow. This man is eloquent, considered, sensitive, confident, and inspires confidence in his ability as a leader and in France.
16/10/2017 13:37 BST
It's time that we challenge our politicians to stop solely debating over which London airport should have an extra runway or investment, fuelling the noise pollution and suffering of residents under its flight paths. If we shout loud enough, they have to hear the thousands of disgruntled residents... except, is that another plane I see heading towards us?
12/10/2017 11:46 BST
When a cult of personality for a previously "unheard of" backbencher can create public demand and expectation for that person to be front and centre within the party - far more quickly and easily than the social climbing previously demanded to get to the upper echelons of power - it will be interesting to see how this tactic diversifies.
10/10/2017 11:12 BST