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The centre-right British Conservative leader, David Cameron, has pledged to fix Britain's broken society - an ambition which echoes the achievement of one of his most famous predecessors, Margaret Thatcher, who is often credited with having fixed Britain's broken economy. But will Cameron be able to use this issue to make himself into a strong leader of political conviction?