This was the second piece performed in the Swindon Festival of Literature Think Slam, 2014.
At the Think Slam two years ago, someone gave an interesting three minuter about how the welfare state should not be run by social enterprise.
I’m here to say that it should and so should other public benefit services.
In the last two years we’ve seen the NHS been virtually put up for sale and bought by the French. Schools have been run by businesses.
Public transport either slashed to extinction or priced beyond the ordinary wage. Letting agencies charge extortionate prices to renters before they even move into accommodation. Continue reading