Get UK online, says think-tank

Policy Exchange, a right-leaning think-tank, has called on the government to spend £875m on digitally educating the 6.2m people who aren’t currently using the internet, bringing Britain’s entire population online by 2020.


By Winnie.Agbonlahor

29 May 2014

It said this could save £1.7bn per year.

The Cabinet Office says its digital inclusion strategy “aims to reduce the number of people who are offline by 25% by 2016 and a further 25% every two years after that”.


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