Four legs good, two legs better: Why no amount of Cameron policy will attain full UK fast broadband coverage by 2020

Charlee Gothard
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Does making fast broadband a 'legal right' make us any closer to getting it? History would suggest not

Once again, we're promised a new date for "superfast" broadband - which means 10Mbps per second or higher - as if it's a positive advantage rather than another lazy delay. Prime minister David C...

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