Digital Inclusion

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Labour’s campaign pledge raises fundamental questions about social equality. Delivery on the promise would necessitate the partial re-privatisation of the corporate giant, British Telecom (BT), at a cost of tens of billions, which some say could be more wisely spent on other underfunded public services. Read more about our curious take on the internet and digital inclusion

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