Electronic Components UK Made Suppliers
Wake Up Britain It's Digital Age!
How could the UK have better future with long-term strong economic growth without the return of the Electronic Component Manufacturing Industries for the 21st century?
Will any Prime Minister Brave Enough To Bring Back Electronic Component Manufacturing Industries The UK?
Since the mid 1960s when UK manufacturers started closing down none of our successive Governments took no actions to prevent the disastrous situations from escalating.
Now in the 21Century Digital Age the Electronics industries should be the main priority for the Government focus on for better future.
Where can we buy UK made basic high quality electronic components such as capacitors, resistors, potentiometers, switches, integrated circuits etc.?
The UK inventors, designers or manufacturers cannot buy reliable high quality components to manufacture any kind of Consumer Electronic Products.
In the Digital Age without manufacturing electronic products in the UK how could any government generate enough new money to fund all public sectors?
I have been writing to tell all the successive governments to take action on this issue over forty years that UK needs to manufacture electronic components.
I wrote several letters to our current Prime Minister David Cameron, leader of the Conservative Party, but all in vain.
On the 16th March 2015 during the Jeremy Paxman's tv interview David Cameron the Prime Minister and Labour party leader Ed Miliband neither of them said nothing about the electronic components. This means that without manufacturing the components, the UK cannot produce any consumer electronic products for export or sell to the home market.
Therefore, for the next five years more cutbacks will come and the people will suffer.
Our economic problems started because we do not manufacture any electronic components.
No we cannot buy any UK made electronic components.
Please join the campaign to tell the next government to help the UK’s electronic component manufacturing sector.