Dear friends,

 

This morning I will be sharing our Green Paper on Science entitled – ‘Agenda 2030: One Nation Labour’s Plan for Science.’

 

If we are to build an opportunity economy with high skilled jobs and the wages to go with them then science and innovation have to be central to our strategy. Britain needs a long-term vision for science and this paper intends to start a discussion about what that vision should look like.

 

Please do read the document here and share your views.

Science Green Paper front cover

With all best wishes

 

Liam

 

 

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