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UK govt fails to provide adequate information on broadband, 5G targets

Friday 5 March 2021 | 14:40 CET | News
MPs have criticised the UK government for failing to provide adequate information on how it plans to deliver on its watered-down broadband targets and the roll-out of 5G.

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