Find below @ISPAUK response to results of the General Elections 2019. https://bit.ly/2RR8r3g

ISPA response to Labour’s plan to nationalise Openreach

In response to the Labour Party's announcement that they plan to nationalise BT’s Openreach network and provide free full-fibre broadband to every home and business, ISPA Chair Andrew Glover commented:

"Labour’s plan exposes a fundamental misunderstanding of how broadband is delivered in the UK.

"Labour has identified some challenges relating to broadband infrastructure, but has wildly underestimated the costs involved. This proposal would also undermine the huge private investment and existing work already in motion to deliver nationwide access to gigabit broadband.

"More importantly, this proposal not only jeopardises the 600+ companies that use Openreach infrastructure but also those investing in alternative and competing networks to provide the services and connectivity that businesses and consumers throughout the country rely on. Our members range from small regional ISPs to household names with thousands of employees and it is extremely worrying that Labour has given no consideration to how their plans would affect them.”

 

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