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The time economy

In a crosspost from, Richard Wilson asks: will people have time for the Big Society?


Big Society call

The Eastern Daily Press reports on Phillip's Blond speech to the Norfolk Community Foundation

The Big Society and health, Part 2

Matt Leach on what the Big Society will mean in terms of policy response in the health arena


Associate Director Matt Leach urges Government to fully embed 'Big Society' ethos into Healthcare reform

'New' NHS agenda still dominated by traditional relationships between bureaucrats and professionals

02 November 2010 00:01 - 00:00

The Big Society and health, Part 1

The first part of Associate Director Matt Leach's speech delivered to the King's Fund on the future of health in the Big Society


Breakfast clubs can bring the Big Society to life

Alan Mak, trustee of Magic Breakfast, argues that the Big Society will be defined by practical examples of engaged communities and charities


The Comprehensive Spending Review: Universal benefits are an unnecessary luxury

Nick Denys of Platform 10 argues that universal benefits don't deliver the best welfare outcomes


The Comprehensive Spending Review: The future of social housing

Matt Leach, Associate Director of ResPublica, argues that social capital is as important as financial capital for social housing


The Comprehensive Spending Review: The Disraeli Room debate so far

Adam Schoenborn summarises the recent Disraeli Room debates on public sector cuts


Art and taxes

Paul Gauguin, Tracey Emin and paying for our fertile landscape of culture and creativity


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