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Shields steps down, Russia challenges US tech, All male panels and more in your week in tech

It’s a bumper week for investment with previous Elevator Pitch winner Conrad Ford raising £1.25 million, BD4 Travel raises $4.2 million and becomes the first from the London travel tech lab.

Joanna Shields former chair of Tech City UK steps down to join David Cameron’s cabinet. London receives a record £450 million investment in Q1 2015.

Russia announces plan to challenge iOS and Android with a new operating system. Meanwhile Zuckerberg is under criticism for internet.org.

You can hear about all this and more in your Week in Tech.

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