Rural broadband rollout slammed for favouring BT and over-running by £230m

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Department of Culture mismanaged rural broadband scheme handing BT £1.2bn in assets out of public funds

MPs on the Public Accounts Committee (PAC) have criticised the rural broadband rollout intended to provide fast internet access to 90 per cent of UK homes by 2015 for favouring BT and adding as muc...

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