Structural Reform Plans

As part of the Big Society announcements, the first of the Structural Reform Plans emerged at the end of last week (http://www.number10.gov.uk/other/2010/07/structural-reform-plans-53023).  Attached to so grand a political philosophy as handing power to the public are the most unambitious, top-down tinkerings the civil service could conjure up.  But then, when is power ever given away in this manner?  It has to be taken.  It will be interesting to watch what happens when the language generates expectations that cannot be matched.

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