Some British believe it's better to run services through local post offices than on the Internet. Reason? It keeps the offices open.
They're fighting this:
I'm sure many in FSA county offices have the same feelings.
The government’s Digital Britain strategy calls for a “digital switchover” for public services from 2012 that would make the internet the primary delivery route for many government departments.
To overcome the issue that more than a third of the population do not have internet access, the plan also aims to widen digital inclusion by introducing universal broadband. Gordon Brown has appointed Lastminute.com founder Martha Lane Fox to lead the drive to bring the digitally excluded online.