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Friday, April 11, 2014

Radical banker to run British broadband policy

Sajid Javid: the man who thinks big - Telegraph: "As soon as he entered Parliament, he joined the Free Enterprise Group of MPs urging radical policies on the Government. George Osborne would listen to them, and took Javid under his wing – first as parliamentary aide, then as a Treasury minister." He also is anti-European and highly free market. Interesting times ahead?
UPDATE: here is the most he has said in the Commons on broadband - in his previous role as Financial secretary. He must have some clue, in that case. But expect he and Ed Vaizey to try their best to water down the net neutrality elements of the Regulation in Council - even if they are totally isolated:
 'via Blog this'

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