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Denial of a website to the Deputy PM

Comment 29th July 2010

The law should be amended to allow a deputy prime minister to have a website which can be paid for or provided at no cost by a member of the public and that it should be available to all throughout Great Britain. This site could take the form of a single page with an image and basic contact details which could be a personal site or created as an electronic publication page, or as a number of pages with details of policies, campaigns and plans. The deputy PM may have to contribute to the cost of the number of hits if the site traffic becomes excessive.

Why does this matter?

To ensure the deputy PM is available and accessible at least in a minimal way and at little cost.

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