ONS data shows that daily internet usage has doubled in the past decade

The latest figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) have shown that in 2015, the proportion of adults in Great Britain that use the internet on a daily basis has more than doubled compared to 2006. The total number of adults that use the internet everyday or nearly everyday is 39.3 million (78%). … Continue reading ONS data shows that daily internet usage has doubled in the past decade

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Government figures confirm that the UK has become digitalised

Official figures released by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) this month have displayed the huge advances the UK has made in embracing the digital age. The ONS have looked at how internet behaviour has changed over recent years, and the general picture is overwhelmingly that people in the UK are using the internet more … Continue reading Government figures confirm that the UK has become digitalised

It’s time to embrace the digital age and introduce online voting

How low does voter turnout have to be before it is declared a crisis in our democracy? Ten percent? Five? I would argue that we have been at crisis levels for a while now, at least since the turn of the century. There are various factors contributing to low turnout which have often been debated … Continue reading It’s time to embrace the digital age and introduce online voting