COMMONS

Committee hears evidence on establishing world-class connectivity throughout UK

20 November 2015

The Culture, Media and Sport Committee takes evidence as part of its Establishing World-Class Connectivity throughout the UK inquiry. The session looks at the requirements for broadband delivery to support consumers, small and medium-sized businesses and Government services.

Witnesses

Tuesday 24 November 2015, Committee Room 16, Palace of Westminster

At 10.15am

  • Phil Mawhinney, Policy Officer, Age UK
  • Jonathan Hines, Managing Director, Architype
  • Richard Hooper CBE, Chair, Broadband Stakeholder Group
  • Liam Maxwell, Chief Technology Officer, Cabinet Office

The next session of the inquiry is planned to take place on Tuesday 1 December 2015.

Further information

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