Now that David Cameron is the new Prime Minister of Britain, it is worth taking a look at his views on civil society. Cameron campaigned on a Big Society agenda. He spoke about the need to restore the balance among civic sector (Big Society), public sector (the Big State) and private sector (Big Business). Some of his ideas include citizen engagement, community ownership, self-help and public services coops. In principle, Cameron wants to do revitalize volunteerism, democratic participation, local networks, social cooperation and citizen involvement. His policies reject top down, government defined definitions of the problem. He wants to change the role of government so it supports not supplants civil society. He talks about making the so called Third sector the First sector.