Government to unveil £1bn digital infrastructure boost in Autumn Statement

Dan Worth
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Fibre broadband to the home is seen as key to the future
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Fibre broadband to the home is seen as key to the future

Wants to provide 'gold standard' of broadband to millions

A pot of £1bn will be made available by the government to boost the UK's digital infrastructure. The announcement will officially be made during the Autumn Statement on Wednesday. Multiple reports says...

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