Neil Parish, a Conservative member of the committee, said: “Access to broadband should be considered a fundamental right. So much of life is conducted online now.
Access to the electricity grid, the gas grid, sewage and fresh water, these are not fundamental rights. Live too far off the system and, well, do without.
You make a choice to live in a rural idyl you have to accept the downsides of that along with hte rural idyl. Just as you’ll have to pay more for your heating oil so too you’ll have to pay moe to get a booster and use mobile broadband.