MP challenges ministers to try Cumbria's 'primitive broadband'
An MP representing Barrow and Furness has presented a challenge to ministers, daring them to try and work for a full day in the Duddon or Crake valleys using the "most primitive forms of broadband". John Woodcock issued the invitation to try and show his colleagues how
Mid-Ulster MP 'highlights rural communities broadband woes'
A Sinn Fein MP representing Mid-Ulster in Northern Ireland has highlighted the issues locals living in rural communities in Derrytresk, Derryloughan and Brocagh are facing when it comes to their inadequate broadband provision. Francie Molloy said that residents of these areas hav
How to use the internet to update your wardrobe without breaking the bank
As winter is drawing to a close, you may be thinking about swapping woolly jumpers and wellies for summer dresses and sandals. You could also be fretting over how much it will cost to update your wardrobe for warmer weather, but there is no need. You can get yourself ready for th
Poor broadband 'holding back a Plymouth-based business'
A furniture business in Plymouth is being held back because of broadband issues the owner is battling against. Peter Harding, managing director of family-run Fairway Furniture, told the Herald that growth for his firm - which has an annual turnover of £12 million - is being
Cambridgeshire housing estate 'struggling with internet speeds of 1 Mbps'
Residents living on a housing estate in Cambridgeshire town claim they have been forced to live with sluggish broadband speeds of just 1 Mbps, which is having a negative impact on their daily lives. Occupiers of homes on the Summer Field estate in Papworth Everard told Cambridge
Northumberland community 'still without adequate broadband'
Rural communities across the UK are struggling with slow and inconsistent broadband, as many have been missed out of the government-backed rollout of super-fast speeds that will only service 95 per cent of the country, leaving five per cent left out in the cold. Residents of an a
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