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June 15, 2007



In both cases the other significant failure of the argument is that great numbers of people do not have access to the internet. I wonder what % of those who do not vote do not have access to a computer in their home ? Approaching 100

To think that this group is any better off with democracy in 21 century because of the internet and myspace seems ever so hopeful


Osborne must have had another late one before writing that.

I'd like to make a less sophisticated point that yours Will. Why does George not think that the ability of Government to collect and process data hasn't increased at a similar pace?

Will Davies

Agreed Jamie. Which is kind of what I was trying to get at with the 'rising tide lifts all ships' metaphor.

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