POLL: Would poor broadband and mobile coverage put you off working somewhere?

Amanda Burgauer, chairwoman of Scottish Rural Action, claimed yesterday bad connections and a lack of affordable housing were the two major factors in stopping the likes of doctors and teachers working in rural parts of the north and north-east.

She was among a host of business, council and community representatives who told the Scottish Affairs Committee meeting in Aberdeen about their experiences of poor broadband speeds north of the border.

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Poor broadband and phone coverage putting young professionals off working in the north

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