How would you drive down the deficit?
MPs will be breaking up for the summer tomorrow, 27 July, but when they return they will still have to deal with the £156 billion deficit which looms over Britain.
This week, BBC Radio 5 live Drive is looking for your big ideas to drive down the deficit. Today the focus is on home savings, including on health, education and local services.
If you were chancellor what changes would you make? Should people have to pay to visit their GPs, or face a fine if they miss an appointment? Could standards be maintained if class sizes were doubled? Would we manage if our bins were only collected once a month? What ideas do you have?
You can listen to BBC Radio 5 live Drive from 4 pm today.
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