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London has the worst broadband in Britain, government statistics show
posted on Feb 9, 2015
Government says it is unable to directly invest in urban areas as it does in rural zones because competition rules prevent state intervention
Inner-city constituencies are among the worst in the country for access to super-fast broadband, according to new figures from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.
Despite the department’s £1.7bn investment in extending Britain’s internet infrastructure to under-served areas, constituencies in London and Hull languish at the bottom of the league table. The government says it is unable to directly invest in those areas because competition rules prevent state intervention.
The Cities of London and Westminster, which is the constituency of Conservative MP Mark Fields, fared worst, with only 31% of premises having access to super-fast connections, defined as those with speeds above 24 megabits a second, as of August 2014.
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