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Scottish Executive continues to look at broadband black-spots
Monday 14 August 2006 19:02:00 by Andrew Ferguson

Broadband coverage across the United Kingdom now exceeds that of many countries, but there are still areas with no service. The Scottish Executive is looking into ways to resolve the black-spots for terrestrial broadband that exist in Scotland. A reply to the John Thurso MP for the area of Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross details that the Scottish Executive has appointed consultants to look into the options that will allow it to bring broadband to every isolated consumer in Scotland. To read more on this visit This Is North Scotland.

The website for the MP John Thurso is at, his constituency covers the northern part of mainland Scotland, and has a total population of 51,823 people. To read more on the Scottish Executive's Broadband Strategy visit


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