Projects in Scotland to receive funds for broadband access

Two pathfinder projects in Scotland are to receive up to £90 million to ensure broadband access for rural schools and libraries. There is one project in the Highlands and Islands, and one in the Borders and Dumfries and Galloway. Scottish education minister Peter Peacock said the technology "has real benefits for people living in rural Scotland".

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