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Engineering priorities for our future economy and society

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The National Engineering Policy Centre, which includes the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET) and represents nearly half a million UK engineers has published this manifesto, which calls on government to work with the engineering community to invest in skills, innovation, digital and traditional infrastructure, as well as clean energy technologies.

Backed by the UK’s leading engineering organisations, ‘Engineering priorities for our future economy and society’ highlights critical policy recommendations to enhance the UK’s status as a world-leading innovation and engineering hub ahead of the forthcoming spending review, the UK’s exit from the EU and a possible general election.

It is the first joint publication by the National Engineering Policy Centre, an ambitious new partnership between 39 UK engineering organisations, led by the Royal Academy of Engineering.