The noise surrounding Donald Trump's inauguration won't stop questions being raised over whether the rises can really be justified given the state of Britain's digital infrastructure
The cash is the easy part. Rupert and James Murdoch's ambitions will stand or fall on politics
Watchdog says it will file plans to force BT to set the broadband infrastructure provider up as a legally separate entity with the European Commission as talks over a voluntary deal drag on
Under the new proposals, Openreach will become a 'distinct company' within BT, with more control over its own finances and an independent board.
"Working Forward" asks them to take a pledge and offers the chance to "learn from the best" but will it amount to more than PR?
Retailer’s staff granted stay of execution; UK construction giant wins California high-speed rail contract; BT beats Sky on Premier League opening weekend
Vodafone, Sky and TalkTalk launched the Fix Britain's Internet campaign in August in response to customers’ frustration at broadband speeds
We hear a lot of talk from politicians about the urgency of improving the UK’s poor productivity. Upgrading digital connections is plainly a vital element of delivering that. How can we encourage more people to set up businesses if they cannot get reliable and fast broadband?
It isn't clear what the problems are being caused by or when they will be fixed
Companies say problem caused by construction workers cutting through cable in Brixton
BT bosses want to Remain in Europe; Asda chief executive steps down; Andy Murray invests in ‘Uber for beauty' service
Paul Gosling answers your queries
It’s rarely very hard to persuade famous people to take their clothes off for a cause
The Ofcom ruling could push up broadband speeds across the UK
BT told to open up its cable network by Ofcom; Lloyds profits fall on PPI claims; Foxconn to acquire Japan's Sharp
The plans stop short of splitting up BT entirely