#1
is anyone else sick of this right-wing phenomena


why are private companies expected to provide a service fr the people


selling the state is getting ridiculous let's be honest, companies first priority is always profit so how can they be expected to help the people?

i mean look what's happened, the central bank is made 'independent' and now we are in an economic bog


so what do we think? sell what's left of our public utilities?

or actually take something back, with disregard for the arsehole shareholders?
#3
Quote by imthehitcher
is anyone else sick of this right-wing phenomena


why are private companies expected to provide a service fr the people


selling the state is getting ridiculous let's be honest, companies first priority is always profit so how can they be expected to help the people?

i mean look what's happened, the central bank is made 'independent' and now we are in an economic bog


so what do we think? sell what's left of our public utilities?

or actually take something back, with disregard for the arsehole shareholders?


The Bank of England was made independant and help ensure that the economy has grown year-on-year for more than a decade. It isn't the fault of the Bank of England that institutional banks had poor liquidity.

You really ought to know what you're talking about before making such blind assertions.

Furthermore, what's good about privitisation? Hospitals and schools now. As opposed to being put on the back-burner for years waiting the sufficient planning consent. Yes, there is a rate of interest to these projects, but the average length to build such facilities is severly slashed.
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#4
you need to give people incentive to work, and private buisness runs alot better than government controlled buisness. also buisnesses will be free of politics, the nhs has a problem with this where people need their numbers to look better than they are. competition also makes for improvements for the customer, as buisnesses try to out do each other

this is just one crappy company, not the "right wing" trying to take over. its the uk, its pretty lefty