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Does David Cameron Still Use The Term 'big Society'

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Has David Cameron dropped the term 'big society' yet? Now people realise that what it really means is "We're going to destroy the fabric of society but you're welcome to pick up the pieces if you like." and if they continue using the phrase it would sound crass.

If it hasn't done so yet, 'big society' will go the way of 'back to basics' , 'cool Britannia', the 'third way' and other virtually meaningless feel-good political catchphrases.

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Has David Cameron dropped the term 'big society' yet? Now people realise that what it really means is "We're going to destroy the fabric of society but you're welcome to pick up the pieces if you like." and if they continue using the phrase it would sound crass.

If it hasn't done so yet, 'big society' will go the way of 'back to basics' , 'cool Britannia', the 'third way' and other virtually meaningless feel-good political catchphrases.

It's now been shortened to the 'BS Agenda' ;)

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As a follow-up, today he says in a newspaper article that 'Big Society' is still on an he will not wafer.

Actually I'm coming round to this big society idea. Imagine taking the car round to the charity-run garage for a free service by volunteer mechanics. Or maybe getting a volunteer lawyer to do the conveyancing on your house sale. Or popping down to help for a few hours of healthy volunteering at the community farm and coming away with an armful of free (but crap) produce. Then in the evening I could pop down to the free pub for some free real ale brewed on-site by volunteer beer enthusiasts. But I mustn't drink too much or be too late to bed because I'm doing 8 hours tomorrow as a voluntary driver on the bin wagon run by the RSDDR (Royal Society for the Disposal of Domestic Refuse).

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Well, Mr. Cameron is reported to be visiting Egypt now, where the full potential of 'Big Society' has been demonstrated recently.

Why stop at sacking OAP day-centre staff and replacing them with unpaid 'scabs' when you can do the same with your president? :lol:

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Has David Cameron dropped the term 'big society' yet? Now people realise that what it really means is "We're going to destroy the fabric of society but you're welcome to pick up the pieces if you like." and if they continue using the phrase it would sound crass.

If it hasn't done so yet, 'big society' will go the way of 'back to basics' , 'cool Britannia', the 'third way' and other virtually meaningless feel-good political catchphrases.

It'll be back next time there's an opportunity to hook it up to some good news about er, well, there's bound to be some eventually...

Meanwhile, whatever happened to "We're all in this together?"

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Has David Cameron dropped the term 'big society' yet? Now people realise that what it really means is "We're going to destroy the fabric of society but you're welcome to pick up the pieces if you like." and if they continue using the phrase it would sound crass.

If it hasn't done so yet, 'big society' will go the way of 'back to basics' , 'cool Britannia', the 'third way' and other virtually meaningless feel-good political catchphrases.

Not sure about Big Society, but it could be a subliminal message about resurgent British Imperialism. If you want evidence just look at our activity in Lybia.

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