One of the criticisms often levelled at David Cameron's Conservatives is that, whilst the image of the party may have changed under his leadership, the Tories still don't have many concrete policies.
Mr Cameron's idea for ensuring the party develops enduring, sustainable initiatives was to set up a series of Policy Groups.
The shadow charities minister, Greg Clark
These would then report and there'd be a public debate about their ideas. Central Office would then decide which ones to include in a future Conservative manifesto.
This week sees the publication of the party's Social Enterprise Policy Group report.
We spoke to shadow charities minister, Greg Clark.
But first we asked Cherry Read from the sector's umbrella organisation, the Social Enterprise Coalition precisely what a 'social enterprise' was.