Our Digital Future Report

Labour wants Britain to be the best place to grow up and grow in. We want empowered citizens who do not merely have access to the internet, but who are equipped with the skills and tools to make the most of technology and who are protected from those who use it cause harm. We want people to have greater control over their online lives, and for the UK to be at the forefront of innovation so that everyone can benefit from the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

This is why we held an open consultation entitled Our Digital Future, held between August and October 2020. Over 600 submissions were received from across civil society and industry, and we are grateful for the diversity of this feedback. The below report sets out our consultation findings and some throughts on what might come next.

Our Digital Future Report by Policy Development

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You can play a part in shaping Labour policy by sharing your ideas in a submission. This will be considered by the relevant Policy Commission as part of our open and democratic policy making process.

You can also join the debate by reading other people’s submissions here and responding with your own comments.

Click here to see what topics the eight policy commissions are focusing on this year. Do remember to select this topic in the submission form for the Commission to discuss at their next meeting.

Find out more about how to make submissions and Labour’s policy making process here.

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