Leadership: Big society offers the chance to end our addiction to government funds

Adam Nichols
Monday, March 7, 2011

During a cholera epidemic in London in 1866, a little boy led a young Irish doctor to a rooftop in Whitechapel, where he found hundreds of destitute and orphaned children living in squalor.

Adam Nichols
Adam Nichols

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