The Commission on 2020 Public Services on the future of public services

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The Commission on 2020 Public Services and others who joined the debate talk about the future of public services.

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Posted by Gordon Westell (Sheffield)
24 November 2010, 10:01:38 PM
I think we should look a little bit back into human beings basic culture, like companionship community conversation welbeing friendships these to me seem to be slipping away just look at yourself if you go out for a meal a drink it's the going out a change of outlook a change of faces open spaces laughing smiling all these make you feel much better. Older people just want the same thing but we sometime need a little help. spo please just step back and give simple things a chance please. My E-mail name says it all its in the small print


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