Knowledge is power: why collaboration is vital for the UK public sector



Across the world, the geopolitical landscape is increasingly fragmented; as such, sharing information among nations is more important than ever. If Brexit hinders how we share information with key European partners — for example, the UK universities and UK research community with their European counterparts — then it becomes much harder to both collaborate and innovate.

While the outcome of Brexit remains uncertain, it’s worth casting our minds back to last year, when Theresa May announced the Fusion Doctrine as part of the National Security Capability Review. This called for the harnessing of our national capabilities throughout the UK, from across government to industry partners.

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