Michael Quinn

The UK’s largest mobile network provider EE has recently released details for its first broadband plans using the new 5G network.

It may come as little surprise to you that there are more and more options available all the time when it comes to choosing a broadband package.

As you may well have heard the government’s controversial new age verification system for porn websites has run into a few roadblocks and has just been delayed yet again – this time to an as yet unspecified date – but it’s still looming.


A new VAT regime risks making solar panel installations uneconomic for homeowners and harming Britain’s green industries, even as the UK commits to an ambitious zero carbon target for 2050.

New data from energy and water experts Cornwall Insight shows that more than 50,000 smart metres will need to be installed every day in order for the government to meet targets of every home having one by 2020.

Sharon white, who has been chief executive of Ofcom since March 2015, will be taking the job of chairman for retail giant John Lewis.

Every resident in the UK will have the legal right to a ‘decent’ broadband connection at an affordable price by March 2020.

Apple has announced that former flagship software iTunes is to be dissolved after 18 years.

There are few things more irritating than losing internet connection and as we all know, it generally seems to happen at the worst possible time.