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December 7, 2023
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The UKs great digital divide narrowed by pandemic

New research by Rouge Media, highlights where in the UK has the most lapsed or internet non-users, following Ofcom’s announcement that the digital divide has been narrowed by pandemic, but around 1.5m homes remain without internet access. Over recent years, there’s been a growing focus on so-called “internet non-users” as part of the debate about the UK’s digital divide and its impact on inclusion. And the COVID-19 pandemic has exposed the digital divide like never before, as communication and many vital services moved online. By analysing local and regional differences in internet non-use using the latest ONS data, Rouge Media…
The UKs great digital divide narrowed by pandemic

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