Will transparency restore trust in government?
David Cameron has announced more details of his plans to make more state data publicly available. What do you need to know?
The salaries of those earning more than £150,000 were revealed for the first time in a bid to aid transparency. More than 170 civil servants are paid more than Prime Minister David Cameron's £142,500-a-year salary, according to Cabinet Office figures. Business Secretary Vince Cable is urging "more discipline" in public sector pay.
Mr Cameron says that in the brief period since he became prime minister, he has noticed how much information is kept private for ministers and officials alone. The government says increased transparency on senior pay will "help win back people's trust".
Will greater transparency help you trust the government? What would win back your trust in politics? What data needs to be made publicly available?
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