What the state is doing right: part three
From running our libraries to helping vulnerable children, to buying things in a smart way, to using technology to get us new passports and new services, to helping guide policy, the state is doing more for us than any of us know.
We are steeped in divisive language. We hear every day about ‘entitlement culture’, and ‘the people who pay for everything’. We hear about who got what, how much things cost to provide, and who messed up. We very, very rarely hear about the things that as a consequence of our birth, or our decision to come to this place, we just have, that just work. This is the third part of my four-part series on...
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