"We need to move much faster towards a Britain where fibre right into people's homes is the norm for everyone and a Conservative Government will do everything it can to make it happen within a decade."Hmm... lets see then. Local Loop Unbundling (LLU) has been going on for some time now but it's still the case that BT Openreach own the final leg of copper from exchange to door (even if you're being billed by someone else and you only have a relationship with that Comms Provider).
So, if we're going to have "fibre to the door" how will a Conservative Government "do everything it can to make it happen"? Does this mean breaking up BT Openreach's maintenance monopoly on the final leg loop between exchange and door? Or does it mean increasing it? Or is it just a pointless promise that will soon become a mere aspiration?