Parliament and Politics: #atozchallenge

And a plethora of words beginning with P that have been constantly in the background of my life. In particular the public vs private debate, and the prejudices and preconceptions that surround the provision of services and the profit motive. As we shall see, it also impinges on pensions, and involves the use – and, sometimes, misuse – of the partnership concept. Education and health services are publicly provided in the UK, although those who can afford it have always been able to avail themselves of private health care and education; the latter, oddly enough, provided by so called ‘public … Continue reading Parliament and Politics: #atozchallenge