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£300M LOTTERY MONEY FOR SCHOOL COMPUTERS AFTER YEAR 2000

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Michael Heseltine, deputy prime minister, yesterday announced plans to spend more than£300m national lottery proce...
Michael Heseltine, deputy prime minister, yesterday announced plans to spend more than £300m national lottery proceeds on funding computers for schools and colleges, reports The Daily Telegraph (p11).

After the year 2000, money currently being spent on millennium projects would be diverted into an Information and Communisation Technology Fund, charged with improving children's access to the internet.
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