What Labour’s broadband giveaway means for the telecoms sector | FT

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Jeremy Corbyn wants to renationalise parts of BT, offering free broadband for all by 2030. The pledge played well in an election weighed down by Brexit but caused panic in the telecoms industry. The FT’s Nic Fildes examines the implications

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