Labour has promised to give every home and business in the UK free full-fibre broadband by 2030, if it wins the general election.
The party would nationalise part of BT to deliver the policy and introduce a tax on tech giants to help pay for it.
Why give free broadband to everyone, when most of the country can afford it already? Wouldn't it make more sense to give a decent, free service to those that can't afford it, especially some elderly people?
As for the nationalisation of BT, it depends on how they go about it. Labour are talking about the Openreach bit that owns all the telegraph poles and ducts and perhaps as this infrastructure was built with public money, it should be in State hands again. The devil is in the detail.