And third? It is that there is no one answer as to ideal ownership structures. In the real world we need a mixed economy. Some things (natural monopolies like health and education if the benefit is to be universal) have to be state run. Others, such as coffee shops and a vast array of small businesses need no state involvement at all: the only job of the state is to encourage such enterprises. But in between we need to be fluid. Circumstances dictate change over time and we should be honest about that, what is being done, when and why. Doing so would be the sign of a mature government willing to embrace reality. We are not enjoying such a government now, and to be candid we did not in 2008 either.
Dogma has no role in this.
Dogma has no role but education and health care must be nationalised because they’re natural monopolies?
That’s as barking as insisting that coffee shops must be nationalised if all are to gain the benefit of coffee.