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Reappointment for Panel member for Wales Kim Brook

30 June 2011

Consumer Panel Chair Bob Warner is delighted that former Panel member for Wales, Kim Brook, has been reappointed as an ex-officio member of the Panel. Kim resumes the role of representing consumer interests for Wales on the Panel, which also includes members for Scotland, Northern Ireland and the English Regions. Kim is also a member of the Ofcom Advisory Committee Wales.

Kim Brook said: “I’m extremely happy to resume my role representing the communications interests of consumers in Wales. Wales has been relatively poorly served in the communications arena in the past. Admittedly, the challenges of sparse population density and very difficult topography have been partly at the root of this.

“But today, businesses and individuals are vitally dependent on having extensive and reliable mobile coverage, whether at home or on the move. High quality fast broadband service is also an absolute requirement for successful business and for citizens to access vital public services, which will increasingly be online. There is much to be done in Wales, as in Scotland, Northern Ireland and parts of rural England, to ensure that we do not fall further behind in the provision of fit-for-purpose communications facilities for consumers and citizens irrespective of where they live. I am delighted to have the opportunity to help the drive for better services in Wales and in other poorly served-areas.”

Reappointment for Panel member for Wales Kim Brook (PDF 103KB, opens in a new window)


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