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The Guardian view on Capita’s woes: another warning of a system in crisis | Editorial

The current outsourcing pattern is commercially unsustainable. It is time for a wider rebalancing of public and private provision of essential services When the chief executive of a business declares its operations to be “far too complex”, investors are naturally alarmed and customers concerned. In the case of Capita, the ultimate customer is the taxpayer, since the group specialises in services outsourced from Whitehall, devolved administrations, local government, the NHS and other public sector bodies.
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