A new report has questioned whether the government's Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) scheme will be completed on time.
The Major Projects Authority (MPA) has published a study focusing on the main programmes undertaken by the coalition.
Each scheme is given a colour rating from green through to red based on its progress at a certain point in time.
The BDUK project is currently rated as amber/red, which means the MPA has doubts about whether it will succeed in meeting its target of providing 90 per cent of the UK with super-fast broadband by 2015.
As of March 25th this year, the total cost of the scheme was estimated at £1.8 billion.
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