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    News - New culture secretary may force utilities providers to help next-gen broadband

    In his first speech, new culture secretary Jeremy Hunt prioritises next-gen broadband and local media.
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    Re: News - New culture secretary may force utilities providers to help next-gen broad

    Would that be good for the Tories chums at Sky?
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    Re: News - New culture secretary may force utilities providers to help next-gen broad

    almost certainly. Once again its the sun whot won it.
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    Re: News - New culture secretary may force utilities providers to help next-gen broad

    It's a start, they're at least talking the talk. However, let's see if they start walking the walk before the next ice age...

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    Re: News - New culture secretary may force utilities providers to help next-gen broad

    Just what the Dr ordered - fibre for all!

    Edit: I would have liked to have seen a review of the Digital Economy Act 2010 mentioned. Faster internet is a welcome step, but not if every click is going to be monitored by home and abroad.

    For anyone who feels the same - Ofcom are currently seeking feedback https://www.ofcom.org.uk/consult/con...torespond/form
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