Employment, the Unions and Privatisation

  • Colin Pilkington


The economic competence of a governing political party is reflected, as has been said, in the ability of a government to engender the feel-good factor among the electorate and this is measured not only through such specific economic issues as the level of personal tax paid by the voter but by the way in which the various parties manage or propose to manage those aspects of the economic infrastructure which most affect the electorate, such as the issue of employment, the role of the trade unions and the increased privatisation of public utilities.


Union Membership Full Employment Public Utility Labour Party British Telecom 
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© Colin Pilkington 1998

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