Election 2019 pledges of UK broadband speeds and costs

The coronavirus pandemic has tested web access for workers and children connecting from home.

Some 95% of Britain has access to ‘super-fast broadband’, but the UK only ranks 34th in a list of international web speeds.

Politics Live reporter Greg Dawson looks at whether there is the time or money to meet a pledge to deliver ‘gigabit broadband’ by 2025. And what has happened to Labour’s 2019 election promise of free broadband for everyone?

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