"Communications minister Ed Vaizey said: "I am delighted that the education sector is putting in place plans to provide wireless broadband for the academic community.
"This is a really exciting development and will help us achieve our goal of having the best broadband in Europe by 2015."
Sounds like he really means "I don't have fucking clue what you are on about but keep up the good work, it may keep me in Westminster"
And what it has to do with 'best broadband in Europe' I really don't know - apart from being a good indicator he doesn't know much. What does 'best broadband in Europe' have to do with the latest incarnation of a separate network that most folks don't know exists?.