Often seen as the final resting place for greying and seasoned politicians, a look through the roster at the House of Lords does reveal a few very successful entrepreneurs – as Real Business found out.
While 33 per cent of those working in the digital sector in 2012 were female, the figure has dropped to 26 per cent in 2015, new research showed.
With the increasing number of criminal offences conducted using social media, on 12 June the House of Lords committee started an inquiry into how the development of media affected people’s behaviour and how the law and public policy need to respond. Yesterday they published their findings on whether new legislation was needed to deal with such situations.
The House of Lords Committee has launched an inquiry into the digital state of the nation.