The seat polishing experts. Utterly useless.
The UK is to scrutinize the role of Amazon, Microsoft and Google in the country's £15 billion ($16.97 billion) cloud services market, with comms regulator Ofcom warning it will take action if competition concerns are identified. Ofcom, otherwise known as The Office of Communications, said it is opening a study into the role of …
Ah yes, let's investigate the three "giants in digital services", they're the ones scraping money the UK for projects that run forever and deliver the sum total of sod-all whilst leaving us struggling in the wake of their ineptitude. That's where the UK's digital budget is going.
No wait, that's Mitie, GEO, G4S, Serco, Capita, Atos, Accenture....
...all of which won't get investigated because the boards of these companies are full of the people in parliament running things and their cronies.
It's not as if there haven't been some great UK based competitors to the big multinational hyper scalers. Sadly, until we have a level playing field in terms of the tax that they pay, it will be impossible for them to compete. And yet our government seemingly takes no account of the tax implications or investing in UK businesses when it seeks to award contracts, reinforcing the anti-competitive nature of the marketplace.
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