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Last Updated: Thursday, 17 November 2005, 10:54 GMT
Homelessness and the web

Tips For The Technically Terrified
by Alan Connor

Jamie McCoy and David Davis
Hello, and welcome to the list of all the links we mentioned last time on The Daily Politics. Thanks for dropping by!

This week, we looked at a report from the Office Of The Deputy Prime Minister which recommends, among many other things, that homeless people have access to broadband.

The report, Inclusion Through Innovation, can be downloaded from the ODPM's Social Exclusion website: there's a summary [PDF], or you can download the whole thing [PDF].

The website we looked at was Jamie McCoy's blog, Jamie's Big Voice. Jamie was assisted in setting up his blog by The Hansard Society and Crisis. Jamie gives his story in this early post and the posts where he meets David Davis are here and here.

Finally, the centre we mentioned, also a Crisis initiative, it's called Skylight, and it's at 66 Commercial Street, London E1 and its opening hours are Monday-Thursday 2-8.30pm; Friday 2-7.30pm; Saturday and Sunday 11am-5pm.

If you've spotted a great political site you think we should know about, do drop us a line to alan.connor@bbc.co.uk, or using the form below.

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