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Here’s why David Cameron’s ‘Big Society’ plan is still unpopular

It’s been five years since David Cameron introduced the Big Society plan to encourage social investment, but the agenda isn’t exactly going to plan. Broadly, in order for this tax relief to work, an individual must invest in an enterprise that has a social impact. An investor can invest up to £1 million in social enterprises and can deduct 30 per cent of the cost of their investment from their income tax liability.

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