BT resolves two-year broadband battle with Openreach deal

By Kate Holton and Paul Sandle
| LONDON

LONDON Britain’s biggest telecoms group BT has bowed to industry and regulatory pressure and agreed to legally separate its national network, as the government seeks to deliver faster broadband speeds for millions.

After a bitter two-year regulatory battle, the former state monopoly struck a deal that avoids a full breakup, providing greater clarity for BT investors. It comes just

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