Britain’s productivity crisis is being driven by low productivity and inefficiency in the public sector, says Robert Colvile, CPS Director, in The Times on Monday 21 January.
As highlighted in a CPS report in 2018, the NHS spends hundreds of millions of pounds printing and posting appointment letters rather than investing more modern, digital solutions.
Robert also highlights the wrong-headed thinking behind the Labour Party’s re-nationalisation plans, arguing “privatised industries have become dramatically more productive”.
Click here to read the full piece on The Times website.
Date Added: Monday 21st January 2019