ITV News readers have responded to calls for the government to tackle loneliness with internet training, with many welcoming the suggestion but others insisting the net is no substitute for contact with people.
I use it every day but it [doesn't] fill the gap like human company I'm afraid.
Taught my 74 year old grandad how to use skype and he loves being about to speak to his brother and sister and great grandkids
Yes it would [help] but alot of elderly can't even afford heating and food, let alone a new PC and internet
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