Who said it?

'You go to John Lewis to buy a sofa or a fridge, not to have chemotherapy.' - Tony Woodley, joint general secretary of Unite, tells the Guardian that John Lewis-style co-operatives - which are being proposed by the government to shake up the public sector structure - won't be popular with the general public.

by Elizabeth Anderson
Last Updated: 09 Oct 2013
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