Angry or discomfited rumblings on the state-private divide are hardly new. It is the stuff of our endlessly discursive yet oddly static political culture. But what marks out 2019, shaping up as one of the most remarkable political years of my lifetime, is the establishment of two new groups committed to serious reform of the private sector. The Guardian reports.
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