Radio Academy to gain insight into Tory plans

In addition, Hunt, who accused the Government of "digital dithering" in response to Digital Britain last month, echoing BPI chief executive Geoff Taylor's own assessment, will also further outline his party's views on the controversial paper in his keynote session.

"There will be people in commercial radio thinking, 'Oh this is great, the Tories are back in, we can do what we like,'" says Radio Academy chief executive Trevor Dann of the widespread belief that the Conservative party will win ...

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