Public sector is most to blame as British productivity lags

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