Digital government promises and MPs using the internet

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Technology correspondent Rory Cellan-Jones looks at how the internet revolution has - or has not - changed government and its use by politicians.

He ponders if they will ever deliver the promised "digital government" and if online e-government services are driven more by a wish to cut costs.

The World at One is looking at the changing face of technology every day this week.

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