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Scottish Affairs Committee to hear evidence on Digital Connectivity in Scotland

On the morning of Tuesday 23rd January, Andrew Ferguson from thinkbroadband will be delivering evidence on digital connectivity in Scotland and the Commons Select Committee should be available as a live stream[1] from 9.45am to around 12.30pm and generally the video is available for playback after, along with a transcript.

We will leave the detail of the data we have to talk about until the actual evidence session, but almost all of it has featured in our news feed over the years and one key point is that the world of broadband is very dynamic even though it may not seem that way for those who have not seen any improvements for years either from commercial or BDUK funded roll-outs.

The first session will feature alongside Andrew Ferguson, Brendan Gill CEO at OpenSignal and Pete Moorey, Director of Advocacy and Public Affairs, Which?

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  1. ^ available as a live stream (www.parliament.uk)
  2. ^ Login (www.thinkbroadband.com)
  3. ^ Register (www.thinkbroadband.com)

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