Someone already mentioned the fuses, check them, also check your relays!
You need to establish if you are getting fuel and spark? If you get neither, it points you towards an ECU/electrical type issue.....power may not be getting to or from the relay to power up the coil and the ECU is not sending the right signals to the fuel pump(s).
You can link out the fuel pump relay and force the pump to run (assuming you have tried this with the relay in place and you get no fuel), remove the fuel hose that goes to the fuel rail and hold a can under it, if the pump runs, it will be obvious!
Button all that up and remove a spark plug, put it back in the HT lead and ground the threaded part. Turn the engine over to see if you are getting a spark?
Check all the earths you can find, make sure they are clean and secure.
Check the earth wire for the ECU is good!
On my car I sometimes have to resort to putting the key in position 1 and disconnecting the battery for 15 mins to reset the immobiliser?