Should the government ask you for policy ideas?
National Insurance cards are to be phased out, junior doctors will receive fewer checks and spare furniture will be sold online under plans to cut the deficit. How would you make savings?
The ideas, expected to save at least £1m a year, were chosen from about 100,000 put forward by members of the public and civil servants.
One union said getting the public to suggest cuts was a gimmick. It is thought more of the public's suggestions could become policy in future.
What do you think of the three suggestions? Did you send a suggestion to the Treasury? What was it? Do you think asking the public for their suggestions is a good idea?
Thank you for your comments. This debate is now closed.