70% of poorest households lack internet access

More than two-thirds of the poorest households do not have an internet connection at home, according to official figures that show levels of access vary hugely according to income.

by David Hickey
Less than four out of ten of households on the lowest income own a computer, according to official figures. Jason Heath Lancy photo
Less than four out of ten of households on the lowest income own a computer, according to official figures. Jason Heath Lancy photo

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