'Let’s face it. We’ve all got plastic on our hands!'
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'We have to be more ambitious for ourselves. We can service our own local economies with food and service industries.'
'I've heard so many stories where something has just snapped, and that's it, a community comes together to bring about something different.'
'Bradford has a connectivity bottleneck, so if you can somehow unblock that, you could release a lot of potential.'
'People want to educate themselves about power and the economy and understand how power operates on a local level, so they are able to analyse that and work to achieve the things they want to achieve for their community.'
Corporate social responsibility didn’t come from business schools, it came from outside, and it took schools a long time to latch on to what was happening.
'Economic growth has to benefit all our residents, local businesses and our communities.'
'If you leave behind portions of the economy or society, then you're going to cause a problem further down the line, and that’s what we’re seeing.'
'There has to be matching up between top-down economic development and bottom-up community spirit and development.'
'The death of the high street is because we have failed to nurture new business creation and community development on our high street.'