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Alastair Duncan

Neat summary. It's a tough job, but someone's got to do it. When he did the pre-release summary in January at the Westminster Forum, he said that a major premise for pushing Digital Britain was the opportunity to reshape the nation's creative industry (at which Britain apparently excels) for the future. Did you see any evidence of that today?

James Cherkoff

Hi Alastair, not specifically. He has limited his focus to the affect of policy on infrastructure. Which seems a fair one. But isn't an approach that's going win him many friends along the way or engage anyone in the creative industries. Like you say, tough job.

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