Cameron promises 'people power' in public services plan

David Cameron has vowed to "put people in charge" as he unveiled his plan for changes to public services in England.

In a speech in London, the prime minister said public services were the "backbone" of the country but too often their results were not good enough.

A different approach would give people "more freedom, more choice and more local control" in schools, health and other services, Mr Cameron argued.

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