Politics and government can feel far removed from our day-to-day activities. But in recent times there has been a shift, particularly with the perceived need for governments to regulate the digital economy, whether that relates to our outputs and the right to create them or taxing the big technology companies to keep us safe. Government matters today.
The UK woke up on December 13 to a Conservative Party landslide in the general election (with the exception of Scotland, which is almost entirely Scottish Nationalist, potentially splitting the country). And Boris Johnson made it clear throughout his campaign and in his Prime Ministerial acceptance speech that it is time to “Get Brexit done.”