Broadband pledge to schools

22nd November 2002 at 00:00
EVERY primary and secondary school in England is to be linked up to the Internet by broadband connections by the end of 2006, Prime Minister Tony Blair has pledged. The new broadband links in schools are part of more than a pound;1 billion of government spending linking up public services, including GP surgeries, hospitals and the criminal justice system.

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