The Public sector is very interesting. It is quite simply the most inefficient sectors of society, by far!
The private sector, on the other hand, is by far more efficient. Thank god for auditors... I never thought I'd say that lol...
The private sector is driven by profit, which many of you may strongly disagree with, but it does save the consumer a small fortune.
But that's not what I wanted to talk about.
I want to talk about why you can't trust government with your information, specifically governments like the British and American Governments. They legislate for themselves and so cannot be trusted,
Whereas, the private sector can be legislated against, to the moon and back. So, although it's driven by profit and market dominance it can be limited with legislation and parliamentary inquiries. So, making them accountable for their actions.
The same could be argued for by the state. If you don't agree with the government, vote them out of office. But, Governments don't tend to keep their word. Look at the Liberal Democrats. They lied about tuition fees, which many of our readers will have been directly effected by being...students.
So, really, you can't trust the government to regulate itself, in the same way as MP's can't be trusted to regulate their own pay. It simply isn't possible.
Give your thoughts on acts like the snoopers charter being put into action by the Home Secretary-Theresa May.
In short, as a libertarian would say: The governments role is to protect Liberty, not restrict it.