We’ve been acknowledged for making gender equality a key part of our business.
The deal will help support faster responses to emergency 999 calls and enable the speedier deployment of officers needed to prevent and tackle crime in London’s communities.
After the success of training young people in both London and Doncaster this year, BT and the Rio Ferdinand Foundation is extending the partnership to Belfast and Manchester.
Burmington, Cathiron, Fulready, Maxstoke, Newnham Paddox, Preston Bagot, Willey, Wishaw and Woolscott among next villages to get access to high-speed technology.
Locations expected to be included in the extended roll-out include Tritlington, Saltwick, Chillingham, Wooperton, Spartylea, Akeld, Twizell and Sharperton.
Personnel moving overseas and to other parts of the UK are entitled to free broadband cancellations.
Residents in the village of Moy can now look forward to superfast broadband speeds.
We’ve signed a new version of our Armed Forces Covenant - a voluntary pledge to support the armed forces community.
BT today offered a boost to the UK and Ireland jobs market when it announced it will be recruiting for another 500 jobs in customer service.
Today’s office workers put flexible working top of a benefits package from the ideal employer, with 76% including it in their top three priorities.