Can policymakers learn from games? I think so – or, to be more formal, they can certainly learn from synthetic environments. Programmes like Sim City seem more
Privacy seems to have an image problem: it seems acceptable for it to be sidelined and sometimes even ridiculed in public. We hear the Stalinesque
An interesting day yesterday providing evidence to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee inquiry into how the Government makes use of scientific and technological evidence.
Some years back (well, the late 1990’s to be precise), I started setting out a vision of what I thought a future state might look
manifesto – a declaration of principles; a public written declaration of principles, policies, and objectives A continuing, and eclectic, range of policy and discussion papers appear continuously
It’s not every day I find myself invited to a football stadium – but yesterday that’s where I found myself, speaking at the Reebok Stadium
Last Friday I formally submitted our response to the UK’s Transformational Government Strategy. We always committed to make this an open and public document. I’ve