Firms bidding for government contracts asked if they back Brexit

Contractors bidding for work with the government are being asked to affirm that they back Brexit.

Liam Fox’s Department for International Trade (DIT) has inserted a clause into advertisements inviting tech companies to bid for work, saying that in order to have the right “cultural fit” for the task, they must “be committed to the best possible outcome for the United Kingdom following its departure from the European Union”.  Read more at The Guardian.

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