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(From Western Morning News)
Vast swathes of the Westcountry could still be left in the Internet slow lane, despite Government promises to ensure every home has basic broadband.
The Commission for Rural Communities (CRC) yesterday published a report - "Mind the Gap" - which warns ministers must go further in ensuring high-speed Internet is offered in the countryside.
It says that villages should be able to link into public sector networks like schools and doctors' surgeries where other broadband is not available.
Last week, Culture Secretary Ben Bradshaw, the Exeter MP, announced money left over from the switchover to digital TV would be used to …