Doesn't add up
"The telecoms authority said 97 per cent of folks in Blighty are able to get at least basic broadband of 2Mbps, and altogether 15 per cent of people are stuck below the 10Mbps mark."
Parsing that sentence:
3% of people aren't able to get internet
15% of people can only get under 10mbs (presumably not counting the 3% who don't get any)
therefore 82% are able to get 10mps or over!
Isn't that rather good?
Or is that a poorly written sentence?