Whereas previously sections of the public sector (most importantly health and education) used to serve their local communties, now, thanks to the implementation of 'internal market' economic strategies, they are now locked in competition with each other to secure funding.

Why is this idea important?

'Internal Market' economics has created nothing but a vast, bonus-culture, bureaucracy, in which only the managers win out. The needs of the local community are forgotten. Students become 'funding units'; patients are reduced to waiting-time statistics. Removing the 'internal market' culture from out society would not only save money, it would give the citizens of this country their dignity back.

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