- The Social Investment Bank will make additional capital available to social enterprises with an initial endowment of £75 million funded by dormant accounts alongside existing funding streams.
- Promote the creation of more social enterprise hubs in every community – helping more to get off the ground.
- Extend the right of public-sector workers to request that they deliver frontline services through a social enterprise. Public-sector workers in the NHS currently enjoy this right.
- More local organisations run on cooperative principles with an expansion of Community Interest Companies and third sector mutual organisations that reinvest profits for the public good.
- British Waterways will be turned into a mutually owned co-operative
- Promote the use of community shares that support investment in football clubs, pubs, renewable energy and shops.
- A National Youth Community Service, with the goal that all young people contribute at least 50 hours to their communities by the age of 19
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