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Major overhaul aims to make telephone call charges and dialling codes clearer
Liv Garfield, head of BT Openreach, will become only the fifth female CEO in the FTSE 100 when she takes over at Severn Water
It’s flattering to think they regard the right to follow me on Twitter as a basic civil right
Free market capitalism is a con. The state is the backbone of modern British capitalism
The European football adds to their capture of Premier League rights and Premiership Rugby
Communications hub plays key role in relaying embassy based spying
The ‘low hanging fruit’ of government assets considered worthwhile privatisation candidates were sold long ago
All that waiting, all that expectation over the summer, it is over my friends. The Premier League is back. While it is the duty of BT Sport's football anchor Jake Humphrey to inflate his own programme with hyperbole, which he duly fulfilled with his opening statements, it is the prerogative of the punter to validate the product with his or her on/off button.
The National Audit Office reports that projects in Merseyside, Oxfordshire, Derbyshire and elsewhere will be delayed until 2017
Creation of 22 "super-connected" cities stutters after legal objection from telecoms
BT wants to offer Sky Sports via YouView set-top boxes but says terms on offer are an abuse of Sky's market dominance
The new system is the latest move in the battle against indecent online images, which are believed to have played a part in a number of recent high-profile child murders.
TV star Miranda Hart will be attempting a series of "madcap challenges" for Comic Relief.
The Chancellor's plan to reduce the deficit relied on a hefty windfall from the sale of the 4G spectrum. But it hasn't worked out that way. So where does that leave the public finances?
BT will launch two channels in July and is building its sports profile
George Osborne's hopes of raising at least £3.5bn from the auction of super-fast 4G mobile spectrum got a big boost yesterday when seven telecoms companies were approved as potential bidders by the regulator Ofcom.