Digital Divide is growing

Chi Onwurah 
(Newcastle upon Tyne Central) (Lab)

The Prime Minister—sorry, the Secretary of State—[Laughter.] With the level of change at the moment, it is hard to keep track. The Secretary of State refers, I presume, to the current Prime Minister’s commitment that no one be left behind, but she knows well that under successive Conservative Governments, the absence of a digital inclusion strategy means that the digital divide has broadened, whether it be between rural and urban, between those who have digital skills and those who do not, or between those who can afford broadband and those who cannot. The last digital inclusion strategy was in 2014. When will a new one appear?

HANSARD: 

https://hansard.parliament.uk/Commons/2022-07-07/debates/89672A2B-8EF1-4363-91B4-10E11AE30AC6/InternetAccessForHouseholdsAndBusinesses#contribution-5D5D5F28-9632-46FC-A0E3-1EFFBAB6D920

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