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But what will happen as people get older and potentially lose their ICT skills?

BBC research has found that 21% of people lack the basic digital skills they need to benefit from the internet.  Lloyds Bank revealed, in its UK Business Digital Index, that half of SMEs and voluntary & community social enterprise do not have a website.

So the Cabinet Office has launched a strategy and a Digital Inclusion Charter.  The charter brings together 40 organisations from all sectors who are committed to reducing the number of people who are offline by 25% by 2016, and a further 25% every 2 years after that.

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