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Britain could 'enjoy better broadband after leaving the EU' because Ofcom will have more power

Published on Tuesday 26th of July 2016 09:00:00 PM in Telegraph

Britain could enjoy better broadband coverage after leaving the EU because the regulator will have more powers to break up BT, Whitehall sources have told the Telegraph.Ofcom, the telecoms regulator, yesterday rejected calls to force the company to sell off its broadband division and end its monopoly. The decision ...

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  • Total number of Likes, Shares, Tweets, Re-Tweets, Pins, Bookmarks & Stumbles :
    47
  • Amongst social networks, this article was most active on Facebook
  • Total Likes and Shares on Facebook : 45
  • Total Plus Ones on Google : 1
  • Total shares on Linkedin : 1
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