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The “public good” lies in feeding all well, according to need not income. Those values are what got the UK through WW2, as our Churchill-inspired prime minister ought to know.
We should give thanks for food safety and the NHS as long as they last, Rashmee Roshan Lall writes.
The shock of Brexit could have repercussions for the design of the UK economy.
Here is how Brexit is putting our food at risk, our lives at risk, our NHS at risk, and our employment standards at risk...