Ruth Porter writes for the Daily Telegraph
It might be a badly chosen phrase, but the Big Society has the power to transform much of Britain. We have a state currently spending over half of GDP. This has squeezed out meaningful activity by individuals and communities. If we want to see vibrant grassroots activity, fuelled by strong family and neighbourhood connections, we must give people a reason to develop those connections. We cannot simply sit back and expect to see these community links built on their own.
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