Inner London has some of worst broadband infrastructure in the UK, according to government figures

Danny Palmer
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Two million more superfast broadband-connected homes - but figures show some urban areas are missing out

London has some of the worst broadband infrastructure in the UK, despite being the country's capital city and main hub of economic activity. That's according to new figures released by the Depar...

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