This is something that should be looked at, but it won’t be easy, as money and shareholders and government are involved.
these are necessities not luxuries, so the price needs to be reasonable
We need to maintain a core of public services which create a sense of shared ownership and shared benefit. Water, energy, health, education cannot be open to profiteers.
Charges are grossly disproportionate to costs. Stop these companies from becoming so powerful that it would become impossible to challenge them.
Privatisation instead of state monopoly was meant to lead to competition and lower prices for consumers. This hasn’t happened and rich bosses make even more profit.
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It wasn’t completely Thatcher - she famously would not privatise water, railways or the Royal Mail. Major and Blair did a lot of the weird other sell offs and Vince Cable the Lib Dem flogged the post off at half price!! And all blamed Thatcher…….
Its taken forty years for Thatcher's Privatisation policies to fall down. And it could have been a lot sooner, with the right type of Labour Party.