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Political Monitor 14/12/2018

Broadband DCMS Questions At DMCS Questions on the 13th December, Gillian Keegan MP asked the Digital Secretary, Jeremy Wright MP, if he would make a …

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Political Monitor 07/12/2018

Broadband Which reports on broadband loyalty penalties Consumer group, Which?, have published publishedanother study looking into the impact of “loyalty penalties”, claiming that broadband customers …

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Political Monitor 30/11/2018

Broadband National Infrastructure Pipeline The government announced the “highest sustained level” of infrastructure spending in 40 years as it outlined the £600bn of projects for …

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Political Monitor 23/11/2018

Parliament & Internet Conference The 13th Parliament & Internet Conference, hosted by Nigel Huddleston MP on the 20th November, saw a diverse range of high-profile …

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Political Monitor 16/11/2018

Broadband Community Broadband Schemes Parliament debated Community Broadband Schemes on 15th November. Stephen Kerr MP, Jim Shannon MP and David Duguid highlight the lack of …

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Political Monitor 09/11/2018

Broadband Midlands to develop a digital map Local business and council leaders across the Midlands will receive up to £1.5 million to develop a digital …

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Political Monitor 02/11/2018

Budget 2018 The Chancellor made the following key announcements in the Budget on the 29th October:  The introduction of a new 2% Digital Services Tax …

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Political Monitor 26/10/2018

Broadband The next Broadband subgroup meeting is being arranged for mid-November. The meeting will be used to discuss a range of issues pertinent to ISPA’s …

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Political Monitor 19/10/2018

Broadband Parliamentary Questions Mr George Howarth asked the Secretary of State for DCMS several questions relating to broadband. The first was whether he plans to …

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Political Monitor 12/10/2018

Online Safety Ministerial statement on Contingent Liability for the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) as the Age Verification Regulator On the 10th October, Margot …

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