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We all agree: Britain needs fast, reliable, internet.

We all agree: Britain needs fast, reliable, internet.


But the thousands of small land and property owners – including farmers, churches and community groups – who lease their land to telecoms companies should get a fair deal for playing their part.


Telecoms companies are trying to force through huge rent reductions on land and property owners – in some cases by over 90%.


And the government is now planning to change the law in line with their demands to further erode the limited safeguards land and property owners have under existing legislation. A vote could take place within weeks and become legally binding within months. 


The government has ridden rough-shod over the views of the thousands of people who responded to its consultation on this, siding with the telecoms companies who are making enormous profits at the expense of charities, sports clubs, councils and farmers.


Its actions will slow down, not speed up, the rollout of faster internet – because far fewer land and property owners will sign up and help to improve access. 


This is our last chance to persuade the government to think again. Please make your voice heard by contacting the people who matter. 


Take a few minutes to email your local MP and together we can still stop the great Mobile Mast Rip-Off:

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