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Phil Daniels, Jo Caulfield and Dominic Holland sink their teeth into:

- Inventing new rules for MPs' expenses
- What to call Newcastle Brown Ale now its brewery has moved to Yorkshire
- How to use the web as a positive influence on the youth
- How to add a bit of excitement to the General Election
- What Derek Acorah should ask Michael Jackson during their séance
- What should be put on the 4th plinth in Trafalgar Square
- New 'Miss' competitions
- How to make Eastenders less depressing
- How to unclog Britain's congested roads

Their solutions were:

- A new rule for MPs' expenses should be: 'do some flipping work'
- Introduce a reward system to help kids learn from the internet - for every question they answer, they get to see a picture of a naked lady
- Make elections more interesting by holding a nationwide drinking game
- Myleene Klass, Nick Knowles and Matt Allwright should appear on the Fourth Plinth (because they appear on everything else)
- Make Eastenders less depressing by replacing actors with guinea pigs and meerkats
- Unclog Britain's roads by building a brick wall in the central reservation
- Spare bubble-wrap should be used to cover public toilet seats.

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1 hour

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Sun 18 Oct 2009 11:00