Boris Johnson has risked a trade war with America as he hit back in the row over the Government's plans to slap a new tax on the likes of Google and Facebook.
High Value Manufacturing Catapult and partners launch important report to build a workforce fit for the future.
Sajid Javid has defied warnings from the US over the introduction of a digital tax on tech giants as he vowed to push ahead with the plans.
The internet operates like the wild west, with little effective regulation in place to protect our young people from harm, writes Nola Leach, Chief Executive of CARE.
Dick Elsy, Chief Executive Officer of the HVM Catapult, will be retiring in August 2020 after nearly eight highly successful years in the role.
The United Kingdom is "looking very hard" at the future of the Iran nuclear deal after Donald Trump urged Boris Johnson to pull out of the agreement, Dominic Raab has said.
Donald Trump has demanded the UK withdraws from the "foolish" Iranian nuclear deal amid growing tensions in the Middle East.
'Limits are good’: a new campaign to encourage safer gambling over the festive period
With the General Election campaign in full swing, Europe’s largest engineers’ body calls for the political parties to recognise and harness the importance of engineering and technology.
The UK could yet be a big winner in this new space race, but whether or not this happens will depend on the political choices made today. If we don’t act, then the UK risks standing still as other nations make great leaps forward, says Graham Peters, Chair of UKspace.
60% of employers report recruitment of engineering and technical staff with the right skills is the biggest anticipated barrier to achieving businesses objectives over the next three years, according to the IET's skills report.
Labour’s Deputy Leader is leaving Parliament, but his legacy is here to stay, writes Dr James Noyes, former advisor on gambling policy to Labour's Tom Watson.
The next government must set out an ambitious, joined-up strategy to deliver an improved digital infrastructure that guarantees a reliable online connection for everyone - whether they are at home, at work or on the move, says Anabel Hoult, CEO of Which?.
Anyone who has special educational needs has to fight for the support they need from the local authority and is hindered by considerable financial costs in a difficult legal system, writes Lord Addington.
The Government wasted more than £2million on a “botched” age verification policy for online pornography, a minister has revealed.
Children with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) are being failed by Government reforms riddled with “bureaucratic nightmares, buck-passing and strained resources”, MPs have said.
The Institution of Engineering and Technology brought together a panel discussion at SNP Party Conference to look at the potential of technology to enhance the health and care of older people.
Ministers have shelved plans for a so-called "porn block" after the policy was beset by a series of delays.
The IET, together with the engineering profession, will continue to work hard to support the delivery of real solutions to these challenges and ensure a safer and more sustainable future for us all.
British businesses face being unable to compete with firms from other major economies unless they increase the number of robots in the workplace, MPs have warned.
MPs have called for a ban on children being able to spend money in video games as part of a move to force companies to take responsibility for their effects.
IET respond to the Spending Round.
The IET responds to today's Spending Round.
Children’s interest in Science is down with time pressures to teach full curriculum a crucial factor, according to new research from IET.