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SlideshowBrexit-Bound Britain's Broadband Blues

Be Afraid...
Along with tax cuts, Boris Johnson is promising ubiquitous full-fiber coverage by 2025.
Along with tax cuts, Boris Johnson is promising ubiquitous full-fiber coverage by 2025.

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Kelsey Ziser
Kelsey Ziser
6/18/2019 | 9:08:02 PM
Blonde bombshell
Kudos to you for working in THAT many blonde jokes into the first two paragraphs. I wonder how he gets his hair to go in so many directions. Perhaps winds of change blew through it? ;)
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