Labour plan to nationalise BT Openreach and provide 'free' fibre broadband for all

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TalkTalk pulls sale of FibreNation business and BT shares fall following new Labour giveaway offer

The Labour Party has pledged to nationalise Openreach, the tightly regulated infrastructure arm of BT, and offer ‘free' fibre broadband to every household by 2030 should it win the general election next...

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