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Who are the 'great ignored'?

Conservative leader David Cameron yesterday said he was fighting to improve the lives of "the great ignored" - the hard-working, tax-paying, law-abiding majority.

Similar language was used during the Nixon era in the US, when the powerful idea of "the silent majority" become the prominent phrase.

Reporter Sanchia Berg investigates who make up the 'great ignored'.

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