Why won't they listen?

18th March 2005 at 00:00
Nearly two-thirds of people feel they have no say over public services, says a new poll. And 61 per cent said services such as schools, hospitals and councils do not respond to their needs, the research - carried out for the Confederation of British Industry, the National Consumer Council and the National Council for Voluntary Organisations - found.

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