Poll shows limited appetite for Tory 'Big Society' plans

Only five per cent of the public want active involvement in local decision-making, according to a new poll that suggests a limited appetite for Tory leader David Cameron's plans to create a 'Big Society' in which citizens volunteer their free time to community action.

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