It’s your vote

ONLINE users are leaving internet passwords in their wills as Britons amass a £2.3 billion digital inheritance, new research suggests.

A poll of 2,000 adults found 25 per cent had more than £200 worth of films, video and music stored online.

Nearly a third considered the sum valuable enough to be passed on to loved ones and 11 per cent have already put internet passwords in their wills.