The whole machinery of public procurement that has emerged in this neoliberal era needs to be abandoned and replaced with decision-making processes and rules that privilege the advancement of public well-being over profit.
What no one wishes to admit is that lobbying is simply rampant corruption that has been anchored in legality by those who profit from it: politicians. Simple principles like a level playing field – a […]
Chris Dillow comments on Ann Pettifor’s recent article in the Guardian, in which she writes that Labour’s policies would be better for Britain’s capitalists than the current Tory programme. Although he agrees in principle, Dillow […]