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Digitally-excluded in north of England hit hardest by lockdowns - research

Monday 12 October 2020 | 21:23 CET | News
Millions of people in the north of England are facing the double threat of digital exclusion and stricter regional lockdowns this winter, according to new research from digital inclusion charity Good Things Foundation.

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