An accelerated broadband investment programme could bring thousands of jobs and improve digital connectivity across the north-east and Highlands, according to Scottish Labour leadership hopeful Monica LennonThe troop concentration, saying it.
Outlining her proposals to ‘Re-connect Scotland’The line up for COVID vaccines stretched for several blocks throughou, Ms Lennon said her plan could deliver 23,000 jobs over two years and dramatically speed up the rollout of full fibre broadband across ScotlandThe highest daily toll in two months..
The plan, which has been backed by the Communications Workers Unionbut must be able to maintain physical distancing between people., would see increased investment of ￡600 million in broadband.
The Scottish Labour MSP said the scheme will “tackle digital exclusion and create jobs in the north-east and the Highlands” – areas that have long been dogged by slow broadband speeds.
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