China can and will be an invaluable trading partner to both the U.S. and the U.K.
Apartments are getting smaller on a whole. Houses are getting smaller. People don't need great big vacuums anymore.
I myself scraped seven poor passes at O-level.
We need to encourage investors to invest in high-technology startups.
I've fought court battles over my inventions before.
I'm afraid I am tidy, and I have to be because the office is open plan and my glass office door is literally always open.
The way the world is going, it's technology driven. And it isn't just driven by the old super powers, it's driven by the far east and new emerging economies.
We should learn to live more with our climate and rely less on electricity to alter our climate.
If robots are to clean our homes, they'll have to do it better than a person.
Children want the challenge of difficult tasks - just look how much better they are than their parents on a computer.
Don't listen to experts.
I imported the first Mac into England in 1984; you know, the beige box. I imported what I think were the first four that came into England. I never opened the instruction manual. That was the best thing about it.
If you really want to improve technology, if you want things to work better and be better, you've got to protect the person who spends a lot of effort, money, and time developing that new technology.
Design and technology should be the subject where mathematical brainboxes and science whizzkids turn their bright ideas into useful products.
The British judiciary needs to support intellectual property.
Nobody wants the expenditure of a lease on a factory which lasts 21 years. You can't plan 21 years ahead.
Reality TV is anything but.
Insurance companies don't make anything.
What I often do is just think of a completely obtuse thing to do, almost the wrong thing to do. That often works because you start a different approach, something no one has tried.