Do watch the PAC Broadband Session: for once I have nothing to add

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Round One:  UK Broadband, INCA, Talk Talk and the Public Accounts Committee v. BT brought out almost every point that needed to be made.

Round Two - holding the DCMS Officials and Ofcom to account is now under way, with one team member, arguably the one most vulnerable to well targetted questions, missing.

The officials appear to be using the Groucho Marx defence: "Deny it. Deny it, Deny it. Somewhere, somwhere may believe you."   

But no need to take my word. Watch the video. It makes for great viewing.

Round one for those who like blood sports and bear baiting.

Round two for those who like three and five day cricket matches.



 

 
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