Read CaSE’s submission to the 2015 Spending Review.
CaSE submission to the 2015 Spending Review
15 Sep 2015
To deliver on its commitment of repairing Britain’s finances and move to a higher-wage, more productive economy, CaSE has called on the Government to nurture its means: science and innovation.
To compete as a scientific, technological, and economic world-leader, and reap the benefits of global investment, the Government must set an ambitious upward trajectory for investment in R&D over the long term, at a rate that exceeds predicted growth by the end of the Parliament.
CaSE will be working with its members, collaborators and others from across the sector over the coming months, to help foster a strong and unified voice for science and engineering into the Spending Review.
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