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Saturday, 24 July 2010

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The Man on the Clapham Omnibus can now have a go at driving if he wants.

Society at large has quashed the political myth of a "Big Society" as expounded by the Con-Dem All (Conservative - Lib Dem Alliance).

Society, who's very existence had been questioned by a former Tory Prime Minister, made its views known in a series of polls, blogs, vox pops and pub rants.

"I may just be an anthropomorphic device used by policians, but I simply don't get the idea that villifying public servants and getting unqualified people to deliver services for free is in anything more than a massive load of bollocks."

Views have been sought from a range of constructs including The Great British Public, The Man in The Street, and The Man on the Clapham Omnibus.

"While I welcome more control over services likes schools and look forward to taking over local policing, the armed forces and running my own hospital in my shed, that's not Big Society - it's just my view that I can do it better than anyone else based on my years of inexperience", continued the ill informed and under educated mass.

Political parties were quick to respond, "Of course we don't mean the likes of him/them! We mean proper people like those in nice leafy areas with more resources and education, and those nice people in the private sector who can deliver these services at the bare minimum of profit".

"And where they decide not to invest, well, that will be the Society's fault of course for not volunteering enough, won't it?"

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