Monthly Archives: May 2014

PFI is dead, and the UK government has killed it

Whisper it softly, lest the British government accuse you of describing something it hasn’t done. But they have. Silently, imperceptibly, and probably unconsciously, they have killed off the private finance initiative – the name commonly applied in this country to … Continue reading

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Rail nationalisation call won’t help infrastructure

  British media were full of stories last week that Ed Miliband, who might well be prime minister next year, is being urged to renationalise train companies. Too much money, the argument goes, is being funnelled into the pockets of … Continue reading

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