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The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) have ordered RBS and Santander to appoint independent auditors to monitor the handling of their PPI cases.

The train line between London and Weymouth is set to be the first in the world to be solar-powered, as a solar farm is due to be plugged in to the track today.

Sky has launched two ultrafast—full fibre or G.fast—broadband deals, with top speeds up to five times faster than those currently offered by the ISP.

New figures show that bank customers experience an average of 10 shutdowns of digital services each and every month.

Three has become the third UK mobile operator to launch a fifth generation mobile network, with its 5G going live for home broadband users in London on Monday.

Huawei’s chief executive, Ren Zhengfei, has said that the company is confident that the UK will continue to use its services even though the company is currently locked in a dispute with the US.

The National Grid has blamed a lightning strike for the huge power cut on August 9, as Ofgem is investigating the blackout.

Broadband customers are remarkably loyal to their provider, despite the penalties they pay in out-of-contract price hikes.

RBS has come last in a CMA (Competition and Markets Authority) survey with only 46% of its customers recommending their bank to friends and family.

The UK energy regulator Ofgem has stripped URE Energy of its electricity licence, prompting speculation that it will soon cease trading.