David Cameron speech at the Centre for Social Justice

David Cameron speech at the Centre for Social Justice; - A new charity has been set up, called the Young Adult Trust / It has adapted my initial suggestions, pretty radically I can tell you / And a pilot programme will soon be underway / I've played my part, helping to secure funding and bringing the right people together / But I'm not pretending I've got the answers / My job is to give a lead, not to take control - So today I don't just want to encourage you personally in the fantastic work that you do / I want you to know that a government I lead will give you the freedom to do it / Your work in the community, among the most difficult and the most marginalised of our children, is a central component of improving our society's sense of general well-being / Of course we need to be tough on crime and tough on youth offending / But we must also follow the three principles I've set out today - Understanding what's gone wrong in order to put things right / Giving priority to the emotional quality of the work we do with young people / And giving real power to the real experts who can make the biggest difference / If we follow these principles / If we approach this challenge with a sense of optimism and hope / I know we can make our country a safe and civilised place for everyone to live Audience applaud as Cameron leaves podium
David Cameron speech at the Centre for Social Justice; - A new charity has been set up, called the Young Adult Trust / It has adapted my initial suggestions, pretty radically I can tell you / And a pilot programme will soon be underway / I've played my part, helping to secure funding and bringing the right people together / But I'm not pretending I've got the answers / My job is to give a lead, not to take control - So today I don't just want to encourage you personally in the fantastic work that you do / I want you to know that a government I lead will give you the freedom to do it / Your work in the community, among the most difficult and the most marginalised of our children, is a central component of improving our society's sense of general well-being / Of course we need to be tough on crime and tough on youth offending / But we must also follow the three principles I've set out today - Understanding what's gone wrong in order to put things right / Giving priority to the emotional quality of the work we do with young people / And giving real power to the real experts who can make the biggest difference / If we follow these principles / If we approach this challenge with a sense of optimism and hope / I know we can make our country a safe and civilised place for everyone to live Audience applaud as Cameron leaves podium
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