On 'an invitation to join the government of Britain'
You've got to hand to Cameron, it's a great line. But then we already know he's the consummate PR man. However, does it risk taking for granted what isn't theirs yet? It could sound that way. Afterall, they're not the government yet.
But let's think about it for a moment. Not happy with your child's school? Take it over. Not happy with your local police force? Replace those in command. Not happy with your NHS hospital? Sack the managers.
Who does this appeal to and potentially benefit? The middle classes. Only those with the wherewithal, income, and the luxury of time can afford to mobilise to run a school, police force or hospital. These proposals do nothing to help those least able to help themselves.