British government offers cash to get next one million online

The UK government has pledged to get another one million people online by 2012 as it pushes ahead with moving the majority of its services onto the web.It has announced a £30m cash injection for UK online centres, set up nine years ago to provide help for those without internet access.The government wants to get “the majority” of its services online in the next five years, Gordon Brown said.To read this BBC News report in full, see:

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