British Telecommunications Act 1981
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British Telecommunications Act 1981
British Telecommunications Act 1981
Long titleAn Act to establish a public corporation to be called British Telecommunications; to make provision with respect to its functions and to transfer to it certain property, rights and liabilities of the Post Office; to make further provision with respect to the Post Office; to provide for dealings by the Treasury in the shares of Cable and Wireless Limited; to amend the Telegraph Acts; and for connected purposes.
Citation1981 c.38
Introduced byKeith Joseph
Territorial extentUnited Kingdom
Dates
Royal assent27 July 1981
Commencement1 October 1981
Status: Amended
Text of statute as originally enacted

The British Telecommunications Act 1981 (1981 c.38) is an act of the Parliament of the United Kingdom that transferred the state-owned telephone network from the Post office to a new statutory corporation, British Telecommunications, branded as "British Telecom".[1][2][3]

References

  1. ^ "The historical development of BT". BT Group. Retrieved 2012.
  2. ^ "Events in Telecommunications History 1981-1983". BT Archives. BT Group. Retrieved 2012.
  3. ^ "British Telecom". The Times. 1 October 1981. p. 9.



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