Digital minister hits back at CES attack
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CES 2017: Minister hits back at tech show chief's attack

The UK's digital and culture minister says the CES tech show's chief was wrong to claim the government is doing too little to support its start-ups at the Las Vegas event.

Matt Hancock was responding to criticism that his team's efforts were a "source of embarrassment" when compared to France and other countries'.

He spoke to Rory Cellan-Jones at the trade show.

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  • 06 Jan 2017
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