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Speaking at London House event

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I was one of eight support speakers to Jimmy Wales opening remarks yesterday afternoon at London House (City Hall).

I said:
** it was an outrage that Whitehall had overspent by £79 billion in 15 years over computer and data contracts yet no-one has resigned or been held to account. 

** that we have a real shortage of ICT people and therefore will need to import talent in the short-term from India and China but this has been made more difficult by the immigration regulations

** hardly any students were studying ICT

** we needed to import the IIITs post-graduate model from India

** we need to provide a micro finance bank for entrepreneurs and would-be entrepreneurs which reach into our council estates 



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