“Now more than ever, it is critical that the government keep a close eye on developments in the communications sector. With the previous minister committing to the UK having the best superfast broadband in Europe by 2015 and with on-going wranglings between the mobile operators on how spectrum should be awarded for 4G mobile services, Maria Miller already has a long list of items to deal with. It’s unlikely we will see any significant divergence in policy on these more immediate items given how far along we are already in the process. However, monitoring how they progress, not hesitating to intervene, and having a more joined up view of the industry will be crucial for success in the role.”
Matthew Howett, Ovum, comments on Cameron’s reshuffle:
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