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Can David Cameron salvage something from the wreckage of the Big Society?

Every time you think it is deceased, up springs the Big Society from its deathbed. The Prime Minister had another go at doing the impossible (attempting to get his favourite phrase to catch on) in a speech launching a BS bank today. In one sense this is equivalent to Tony Blair persisting in making speeches [...]
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