Public v private sector: who has most to fear?


Industrial areas in the north-east of England and Midlands are least resilient to economic shocks, BBC research shows. And areas which rely on heavy industry and public sector jobs could be harder hit in the coalition's Comprehensive Spending Review.

Adam Fleming looked at the arguments between public versus private sector jobs and spoke to John Cridland, CBI Deputy Director General, and Ruth Richardson, a former New Zealand finance minister.

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