• Aardman

    Aardman

    Academy Award-winning animation studio

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  • Wellcome Genome Campus

    Wellcome Genome Campus

    One of the world's top genomics research sites

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  • GB Cycling Team

    GB Cycling Team

    Olympic Gold medal winning team

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  • Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

    Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

    The prince of the plant world: nothing compares to Kew

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  • GlaxoSmithKline

    GlaxoSmithKline

    One of the world's top ten pharmaceutical companies

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What is world class?

We want to challenge the lazy use of “world class” and to identify where it is genuinely merited.

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Why World Class Britain?

Whatever the outcome of Brexit, we have to think differently. World Class Britain is our contribution to starting a fresh national narrative.

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Brand Britain, brand chartered

Britain has been a world leader in professional standards

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Linn

The privately-owned Scottish company that is at the forefront of audio technology

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Silicon roundabout

Hunting the UK's first trillion dollar company

The Telegraph's Harry de Quetteville has explored the phenomenal potential of the UK's technology sector

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Rolls Royce

The kings of power and propulsion

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World Class Britain Briefing

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Growing the Rose

The RFU four year mission statement statement is characteristically ambitious.

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UK is the brains behind Galileo. But for how long?

A dispute over a major EU satellite project has highlighted several areas of British world-class technical competency.

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Hunting the UK's first trillion dollar company

In a series of five long articles, Harry de Quetteville explores the potential of Britain's technology sector. There are many revealing insights and there is optimism.

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Stephen Hawking 1942 - 2018

Britain produces far more than its fair share of world-class scientists.

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The World Wide Web: British utopia or global nightmare

Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the world-wide web, has hit out at the dominance of global internet giants

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Wales recycles better

Wales is set to become the world leader for recycling before 2020.

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All roads lead to China?

To what extent should Britain get on board with China’s new Silk Road project?

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