1 thought on “The relatively large fall in UK GDP partly reflects better data”

  1. Posted 28/08/2020 at 13:21 | Permalink

    Fair enough, although in other European countries the output of their healthcare systems has probably not fallen as much as in the UK. This is because many European countries have ‘social insurance’ systems and a much higher proportion of private sector providers of medical care – as opposed to direct government-run provision as in the UK (i.e. the NHS). These providers only get paid if they actually provide care, unlike the NHS.

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