Full diary for new e-minister

The biggest issue facing Tom Kitt, the new minister of state for the information society (or e-minister as some have dubbed the post), is not computer literacy, the digital divide or e-government services.

4th December, 2004

The biggest issue facing Tom Kitt, the new minister of state for the information society (or e-minister as some have dubbed the post), is not computer literacy, the digital divide or e-government services.

It's not rolling out broadband, interconnection rates or unlicenced bandwidth. It's not Wimax, wi-fi or 3G. The biggest task facing Kitt is how to clear any time in his diary to do his new job.

The problem, as his promoted predecessor Mary...

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