UK government broadband plans face £1bn funding shortfall
Posted in: Government & Policy at 05/05/2012 19:48
A £1.1bn funding gap means the government's targets for broadband are unlikely to be met, says a report by the London School of Economics.
The government wants 100% access to fast broadband services and 90% access to superfast services by 2015.
The report says the government should do more to ensure that underinvestment does not harm the UK economy.
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