By Euro Weekly News Media • 20 September 2016 • 12:47
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INVITED to open a debate on the consequence of the digital revolution at the XI Hay Festival in Segovia on September 17, British Ambassador to Spain Simon Manley spoke of the use that the British government makes of digital technology and social media in order to have more direct and immediate contact with people.
Prior to the opening speech, it is reported that he mentioned to members of the press present that although British people voted to leave the European Union, the country is still European and that it would not turn its back on Europe and that it would continue to maintain close links with all of the countries on the continental mainland in the future.
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