The Big Society Old Boys' Network
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The Big Society Old Boys' Network

23 Jan 2015

The Big Society Network was set up to help deliver David Cameron’s Big Society vision. But its close links to the government – and the ease with which it won public money – means the concept is now discredited. By Tania Mason.

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