What the state is doing right: part four
Today, I want to finish my series on what the state gets right by looking at the state’s response to Brexit since 2015. Yes, you read that correctly: 2015. I also want to reflect on what the state is doing to get us ready for the future.
The state does a surprising amount for us. So much, in fact, that we often take it for granted, or only focus on the areas in which the state fails us. This is one of the richest countries on the planet. It is not an accident that this is so. Most of us have access to high-quality food, water, well-built buildings and high-spec roads. Think of the last road you drove down. Did you think...
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