Of all the things that the modern British state provides, what could we do without? Britain has to cut state spending, and while we might argue about how much and how soon, there is no question that it will have to come down.
To this end, we’re inviting our readers to suggest how they would go about cutting Britain’s £655bn state spending by 15 per cent. We are looking for a range of answers—from serious and practical to imaginative and amusing—and if they are inventive and original enough we’ll publish them in the magazine.
Post your suggestions in no more than 200 words below, or if you feel you can be really frugal with your pitch why not tweet us your ideas: @prospect_uk