THE job’s not done on providing broadband in Pembrokeshire, Preseli Pembrokeshire MP Stephen Crabb has said in Westminster.

Earlier this week the Government’s Manifesto pledge that 95 per cent of all UK premises would receive superfast broadband was met.

However, Mr Crabb feels the job is not complete in Pembrokeshire.

Speaking in the House of Commons Chamber on Wednesday (January 31), Mr Crabb said: “If you’re one of the households in Pembrokeshire who have been told ‘you can’t get broadband’, then rollout coverage isn’t 95 per cent it’s zero per cent. So will the Minister give an assurance that he will keep working with colleagues in UK Government and Welsh Government to see that we connect up the whole of Wales.”

Mr Crabb added after: “The job is not done on delivering superfast broadband in Pembrokeshire. Joint working between both UK and Welsh Governments needs to continue to ensure that ‘hard to reach’ households won’t be forgotten about.”

To watch Stephen Crabb’s question in the Chamber, and the Minister’s response, please click here