Tories have attacked Labour’s free national wifi plan but can’t even organise it at their own manifesto launch venue
The Tories have scored a massive own goal at their manifesto launch – by failing to arrange broadband for journalists, after wildly attacking Labour’s plan to provide free national broadband.
Including in hard-to-reach areas.
But BBC political editor Laura Kuenssberg reported that she was unable to provide many updates from the launch because she often had no signal:
The Tories can’t be trusted to arrange a venue, let alone run a country. But their incompetence nicely illustrated why a Labour government will be so good for the nation.
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