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10 Downing Street

David Cameron became Prime Minister in May 2010. He leads a Conservative / Liberal Democrat Coalition Government

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The Deputy Prime Minister is the deputy head of government, with special responsibility for political and constitutional reform

Government Efficiency

Delivering a better deal for taxpayers and ensuring that real, cashable efficiencies are secured

Big Society

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Allowing people to feel free and powerful enough to make life better for themselves and their communities

National Security

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The National Security Council is the main forum for collective discussion of the Government’s objectives for national security

Transparency

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Freeing up public data and helping you have more of a say in the reform of public services

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