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Computer Business Review
Digital Catapult gives UK creative industries power over content with open source platformGovernment-backed Digital Catapult has unveiled an open source platform to help
Digital Catapult gives UK creative industries power over content with open source platform
Computer Business Review / Posted yesterday
Government-backed Digital Catapult has unveiled an open source platform to help content creators track their work on the internet and help protect copyrights. According to the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the UK's creative industries are... Read more
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heraldscotland
Edinburgh's Art Festival unveils Dazzle Ship and new film about James ConnollyCity of Edinburgh Council, the Royal Yacht Britannia, the National Lottery thro
Edinburgh's Art Festival unveils Dazzle Ship and new film about James Connolly
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
City of Edinburgh Council, the Royal Yacht Britannia, the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund and by the Department for Culture Media and Sport. Fagen's light installation will illuminate the pavements below Calton Road and the... Read more
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heraldscotland
Dazzling: Edinburgh's Art Festival unveils Dazzle Ship and new work based on the life of James ConnollyCity of Edinburgh Council, the Royal Yacht Britannia, the National Lottery thro
Dazzling: Edinburgh's Art Festival unveils Dazzle Ship and new work based on the life of James Connolly
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
City of Edinburgh Council, the Royal Yacht Britannia, the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund and by the Department for Culture Media and Sport. Fagen's light installation will illuminate the pavements below Calton Road and the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Warwickshire rated among top 10 European summer travel destinations Shakespeare's birthplace of Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire, a county rat
Warwickshire rated among top 10 European summer travel destinations
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Shakespeare's birthplace of Stratford-upon-Avon in Warwickshire, a county rated as one of Europe's top places to visit this summerWarwick Castle in Warwickshire.Chesterton Windmill... Read more
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express
Hundreds of thousands hit by slow internet because EU is helping rural areas ONLY HUNDREDS of thousands of homes in cities will be left with slow internet afte
Hundreds of thousands hit by slow internet because EU is helping rural areas ONLY
express / Posted 7 days ago
HUNDREDS of thousands of homes in cities will be left with slow internet after the Government asked the European Union for help only in the countryside. Government... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
400,000 homes in urban areas cut off from superfast broadband by EU aid ruleareas will have to suffer with slower internet until internet companies can be
400,000 homes in urban areas cut off from superfast broadband by EU aid rule
Daily Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
areas will have to suffer with slower internet until internet companies can be persuaded to connect them. Mike Kiely, a former Government adviser on broadband, said that Whitehall civil servants could try to allow the subsidy to “drift” into... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness may attend Battle of the Somme 100th anniversary event By Adrian Rutherford Guest list: Martin McGuinness has been invited to the e
Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness may attend Battle of the Somme 100th anniversary event
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
By Adrian Rutherford Guest list: Martin McGuinness has been invited to the event in FranceThe memorials to the men of the 36th Ulster Division Martin McGuinness... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Aussie athletes given anti-viral condoms to combat Zika virus at Rio Olympicscombat Zika virus Photo: Anti-viral condoms are being distributed to protect A
Aussie athletes given anti-viral condoms to combat Zika virus at Rio Olympics
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 9 days ago
combat Zika virus Photo: Anti-viral condoms are being distributed to protect Australia athletes at the Rio Olympics. (Wikimedia commons: Department for Culture, Media and Sport) Australian athletes at the Rio Olympics will be supplied with... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Service will bless and dedicate new grave of First World War nurse Edith Cavell Newly commissioned headstone and ledger stone for Edith Cavell, created by aw
Service will bless and dedicate new grave of First World War nurse Edith Cavell
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 11 days ago
Newly commissioned headstone and ledger stone for Edith Cavell, created by award-winning lettercutter, typographer and sculptor, Wayne Hart, pictured. Photo: Paul... Read more
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Daily Star
BBC iPlayer set to become priciest streaming service on the internetPAY UP: The government is insisting people cough up for the BBC iPlayer service
BBC iPlayer set to become priciest streaming service on the internet
Daily Star / Posted 13 days ago
PAY UP: The government is insisting people cough up for the BBC iPlayer service Using the streaming service, Brits have been able to enjoy the Beeb without paying £145.50 for a licence fee. But new rules have been announced which close the... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Government to close iPlayer loophole by making users pay licence feeloophole" by making those who use the service pay the licence fee. However, de
Government to close iPlayer loophole by making users pay licence fee
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 13 days ago
loophole" by making those who use the service pay the licence fee. However, details on how the new requirement will be enforced remain sketchy with no specific options outlined in the White Paper. Speaking to the House of Commons outlining the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
British Government plans to make BBC iPlayer users pay a licence feeloophole" by making those who use the service pay the licence fee. However, de
British Government plans to make BBC iPlayer users pay a licence fee
Irish Examiner / Posted 13 days ago
loophole" by making those who use the service pay the licence fee. However, details on how the new requirement will be enforced remain sketchy with no specific options outlined in the White Paper. Speaking to the House of Commons in London... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Town bids to host Great ExhibitionWhitehaven is launching an ambitious bid to be selected as the venue for the pr
Town bids to host Great Exhibition
Whitehaven News / Posted 13 days ago
Whitehaven is launching an ambitious bid to be selected as the venue for the prestigious Great Exhibition of the North. Held in 2018, the event will celebrate and showcase the region's art, culture and design, and Whitehaven will be up against... Read more
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express
So it WAS biased! BBC to re-write mission statement to include NO left-wing biasinclude NO left-wing bias THE BBC’s mission statement is to be re-written amid
So it WAS biased! BBC to re-write mission statement to include NO left-wing bias
express / Posted 14 days ago
include NO left-wing bias THE BBC’s mission statement is to be re-written amid concerns it promotes left-wing programmes and is compromising quality for ratings. John Whittingdale said the BBC mandate will change Culture Secretary John... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Casting a Fierce Light on the Battle of the Somme 100 years on Norfolk and Norwich Festival exhibition Fierce Light at NUA's East Gallery. C
Casting a Fierce Light on the Battle of the Somme 100 years on
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 15 days ago
Norfolk and Norwich Festival exhibition Fierce Light at NUA's East Gallery. Caroline Fisher from NUA and Sam Ruddock from Writers' Centre Norwich. Picture: ANTONY KELLY NNF16. Fierce... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Casting a Fierce Light on the Battle of the Somme 100 years on Norfolk and Norwich Festival exhibition Fierce Light at NUA's East Gallery. C
Casting a Fierce Light on the Battle of the Somme 100 years on
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 15 days ago
Norfolk and Norwich Festival exhibition Fierce Light at NUA's East Gallery. Caroline Fisher from NUA and Sam Ruddock from Writers' Centre Norwich. Picture: ANTONY KELLY It was the most... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Ministers told to spend £258million windfall from rural broadband 'as quickly as possible' on not-spotsA Department for Culture, Media and Sport spokesman said: "BT is returning the
Ministers told to spend £258million windfall from rural broadband 'as quickly as possible' on not-spots
Daily Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
A Department for Culture, Media and Sport spokesman said: "BT is returning the money directly to local authorities to invest in taking superfast broadband to even more homes and businesses." Separately there are fears the decision not to roll out... Read more
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The Philippine Inquirer
UK government outs two-thirds of local businesses as cyber attack victimsTWO-THIRDS of UK businesses suffered a cyber attack in the past 12 months, acco
UK government outs two-thirds of local businesses as cyber attack victims
The Philippine Inquirer / Posted 16 days ago
TWO-THIRDS of UK businesses suffered a cyber attack in the past 12 months, according to figures released by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The department said that most of these assaults were viruses, spyware or malware, and could... Read more
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Daily News
Giving electronic media the power with responsibilitynews item revealed that the Government is considering the establishment of an i
Giving electronic media the power with responsibility
Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
news item revealed that the Government is considering the establishment of an independent authority to regulate electronic media in the near future. A government official, commenting on the matter, stated that this authority will be established... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper « Shropshire StarFormer culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the bro
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 16 days ago
Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster by pre-briefing the press ahead of publishing a White Paper on BBC charter renewal. He claimed Mr Whittingdale was attempting to undermine the BBC ahead of a... Read more
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Bury Times
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Bury Times / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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Gazette
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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guardian-series
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
guardian-series / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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Harrow Times
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Harrow Times / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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Gazette News
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Gazette News / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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This is West Country
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
This is West Country / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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Express and Star
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper « Express & StarFormer culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the bro
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 16 days ago
Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster by pre-briefing the press ahead of publishing a White Paper on BBC charter renewal. He claimed Mr Whittingdale was attempting to undermine the BBC ahead of a... Read more
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Bolton News
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Bolton News / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has been accused of trying to undermine t
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
Culture Secretary John Whittingdale has been accused of trying to undermine the BBC Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Croydon Guardian / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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Hampshire Chronicle
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Hampshire Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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Lancashire Telegraph
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Lancashire Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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Northern Echo
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperhis party because it was "spooked" by the Tory plans. The White Paper could re
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Northern Echo / Posted 16 days ago
his party because it was "spooked" by the Tory plans. The White Paper could reportedly be published as soon as Thursday and will set out a tougher new regime as part of a proposed deal to grant a new Royal Charter to safeguard the service for... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Kingston Guardian / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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Streatham Guardian
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paperLabour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Se
Culture Secretary 'bullying' BBC with briefing before charter renewal paper
Streatham Guardian / Posted 16 days ago
Labour MPs have criticised the "unprecedented bad blood" between the Culture Secretary and the BBC, claiming the broadcaster is "spooked" by Government threats. Former culture minister David Lammy said John Whittingdale was bullying the broadcaster... Read more
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International Business Times
Cyber-attacks: Two thirds of all big businesses in UK breached in the past year breached out of which most were either medium or large firms. The Cyber Securi
Cyber-attacks: Two thirds of all big businesses in UK breached in the past year
International Business Times / Posted 17 days ago
breached out of which most were either medium or large firms. The Cyber Security Breaches Survey, undertaken by Ipsos Mori for the UK government, shows that the most common types of breaches amongst these were viruses, spyware or malware and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
BBC Trust boss fights for job in shakejob as the corporation faces a major shake up. Rona Fairhead, the chairman of
BBC Trust boss fights for job in shake
Daily Telegraph / Posted 17 days ago
job as the corporation faces a major shake up. Rona Fairhead, the chairman of the BBC Trust, the governing body that the culture secretary will scrap this week, is understood to have sought assurances from the Prime Minister that she will not be... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
National newsLosses for Labour as polls test Jeremy Corbyn's leadership Labour has suffered
National news
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 18 days ago
Losses for Labour as polls test Jeremy Corbyn's leadership Labour has suffered a drubbing in Scotland and setbacks south of the border in elections seen as the first nationwide verdict on Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the party. Scottish... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Shropshire MP Owen Paterson fumes as target for rural broadband ends « Shropshire StarNorth Shropshire MP Owen Paterson said all walks of life depend on good broadba
Shropshire MP Owen Paterson fumes as target for rural broadband ends « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 18 days ago
North Shropshire MP Owen Paterson said all walks of life depend on good broadband connections, and said that targets agreed by the Government were being dropped. He said he would be writing to Business Secretary Sajid Javid after a Government... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Remote rural homes could miss superfast broadband roll-out « Shropshire StarA Government consultation document says it is likely that many people in such a
Remote rural homes could miss superfast broadband roll-out « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 19 days ago
A Government consultation document says it is likely that many people in such areas would not want to be connected and that extending it to them would not represent value for money. The Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS) rejected... Read more
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walesonline
The latest news from around the worldLOSSES FOR LABOUR AS POLLS TEST JEREMY CORBYN'S LEADERSHIP Labour has suffered
The latest news from around the world
walesonline / Posted 19 days ago
LOSSES FOR LABOUR AS POLLS TEST JEREMY CORBYN'S LEADERSHIP Labour has suffered a drubbing in Scotland and setbacks south of the border in elections seen as the first nationwide verdict on Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the party. Scottish... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
The latest news from around the worldLOSSES FOR LABOUR AS POLLS TEST JEREMY CORBYN'S LEADERSHIP Labour has suffered
The latest news from around the world
Manchester Evening News / Posted 19 days ago
LOSSES FOR LABOUR AS POLLS TEST JEREMY CORBYN'S LEADERSHIP Labour has suffered a drubbing in Scotland and setbacks south of the border in elections seen as the first nationwide verdict on Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the party. Scottish... Read more
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birminghammail
The latest news from around the worldLOSSES FOR LABOUR AS POLLS TEST JEREMY CORBYN'S LEADERSHIP Labour has suffered
The latest news from around the world
birminghammail / Posted 19 days ago
LOSSES FOR LABOUR AS POLLS TEST JEREMY CORBYN'S LEADERSHIP Labour has suffered a drubbing in Scotland and setbacks south of the border in elections seen as the first nationwide verdict on Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the party. Scottish... Read more
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chroniclelive
The latest news from around the worldLOSSES FOR LABOUR AS POLLS TEST JEREMY CORBYN'S LEADERSHIP Labour has suffered
The latest news from around the world
chroniclelive / Posted 19 days ago
LOSSES FOR LABOUR AS POLLS TEST JEREMY CORBYN'S LEADERSHIP Labour has suffered a drubbing in Scotland and setbacks south of the border in elections seen as the first nationwide verdict on Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the party. Scottish... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
The latest news from around the worldLOSSES FOR LABOUR AS POLLS TEST JEREMY CORBYN'S LEADERSHIP Labour has suffered
The latest news from around the world
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 19 days ago
LOSSES FOR LABOUR AS POLLS TEST JEREMY CORBYN'S LEADERSHIP Labour has suffered a drubbing in Scotland and setbacks south of the border in elections seen as the first nationwide verdict on Jeremy Corbyn's leadership of the party. Scottish... Read more
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