England & Wales, Scotland Communities and society , Technology , Welfare and equalities

Digital Poverty in the UK – Evidence Review 2022



The way we live, work, communicate and access services is increasingly digital. Without digital access, people are excluded from many fundamentals, exacerbating existing social inequalities. The Digital Poverty Alliance reviews the evidence on the extent and nature of digital poverty in the UK and argues for holistic and sustained action.

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