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The BBC is asking the British public for its broadband questions ahead of an interview with Ed Richards.

Mr Richards, chief executive of industry regulator Ofcom, speaks to the broadcaster as BT has been given the go-ahead to develop a £1.5 billion fibre-optic broadband network.

Another big issue is communications minister Lord Carter’s proposal of providing 2Mb broadband access to every address in the country.

"Broadband is back in the headlines and firmly on the political agenda as the government and regulator Ofcom both issue reports looking at the state of the market in the UK and what to do to improve it," the BBC said.

The Country Land & Business Association recently expressed its dissatisfaction with a fibre-optic cable broadband roll-out while many parts of the countryside are still without basic broadband access.

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