- 7 months ago
If implemented, the Labour Party's plans to take control of privatised companies could bring sweeping change to Britain, with large chunks of the economy - the railways, water, energy - potentially put back in public hands. But how would it work, exactly?
The BBC's Ross Hawkins reports from Bristol. Cat Hobbs is the founder of We Own it, which describes itself as a voice for public service users who want public ownership. Paul Massara is the the former chief executive of RWE Npower. They discuss the merits and pitfalls of nationalisation and its implications for investment in the UK.
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