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    06 July, 2005

    Internet & Politics

    According to a new Hansard Society Report, while the Internet was more important at this year's election, there was still no great breakthrough.

    Steve Ward of the Oxford Internet Institute is quoted as saying:

    In the UK, well-entrenched party machines and the relatively localised nature of election campaigning mean that currently traditional communication tools work just as well if not better

    However, it is clear that the Internet is becoming a more important source of election information.

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