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Political Monitor 24/02/2017

Broadband MPs hold Westminster Hall debate on rural broadband This week MPs held a Westminster Hall debate on rural broadband. In general, the debate was …

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Political Monitor 17/02/2017

Surveillance & Law Enforcement EU Council discuss national data retention laws In December 2016 the European Court of Justice issued a ruling to clarify the …

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Political Monitor 10/02/2017

Broadband uSwitch Report finds 38% price rise in out-of-contract charges in five years A uSwitch report has found that out-of-contract broadband prices have increased by …

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Political Monitor 03/02/2017

Broadband   Lords Committee session on EU Telecoms Package The House of Lords EU Internal Market Sub-Committee held a one-off evidence session with Ofcom and …

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Political Monitor 27/01/2017

Broadband   Openreach sets dark fibre access trial for August 2017 Openreach will to run a provision trial of their new Dark Fibre Access (DFA) …

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Political Monitor 20/01/2017

  Copyright   Lords debate the creative industries post-Brexit There was a short debate in the House of Lords on the impact of Brexit upon …

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Political Monitor 13/01/2017

  Broadband   Local Government Finance Bill published Following their announcement in the Autumn Statement, Government have brought forward proposals which will give companies laying …

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Political Monitor 06/01/2017

  Broadband   Government launch consultation on extending local full fibre broadband networks Government has launched a consultation on extending local full fibre networks which …

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Political Monitor 23/12/2016

Merry Christmas!   From all of us here at ISPA let us wish you a happy Christmas and a wonderful New Year!   Broadband   …

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Political Monitor 16/12/2016

  Broadband   Digital Economy Bill has Second Reading in the Lords The Digital Economy Bill had its Second Reading in the House of Lords. …

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