Britain's most remote broadband user?

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Sheep farmer Iain Wilson lives in one of the most remote places in Britain. There are no roads and no mains power, but he does have a broadband connection.

That is thanks to the Tegola project, which beams wireless broadband from a college based on the Isle of Skye across the water to Mr Wilson's home on the Knoydart peninsula.

Rory Cellan-Jones went to visit the farm to see how broadband has impacted life there.

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