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How to Save £100 Billion

Channel Four are looking for an audience to take part in an eve of Budget Dispatches Debate called How to Save £100 Billion.

A series of radical tax and spending proposals that could address some of the £156 billion budget deficit will be put to a live audience who will then be given a chance to comment, ask questions and vote on each option.

The ideas range from putting VAT on food and children’s clothes, to cutting benefits, ending child benefits for the middle classes, tor charging to see your GP. It’ll be asking the audience to come up with their own money saving ideas for the government.

The programme will be recorded in the Roundhouse Camden on Monday evening on 21st June. Tickets are free – for details contact tstrutt@mentorn.tv

Source: MSE

Like all of these TV "debates" it's likely to be a load of old toss that polarises the discussion and has no significance or impact on what actually happens.

Nevertheless, an audience of savvy HPCers is likely to be more entertaining, informed and challenging than the credit-starved masses on MSE.

Anyone fancy nailing their HPC colours to the mast on national TV?

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*Sigh* Shame I'm useless at public debates - I need time to think over my arguments, hence why I prefer the keyboard to the vocal cords.

But - based on the mass of comments on the MSM websites recently - it sounds like it could be an "interesting" evening :)

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can you imagine an audience from MSE? It would be like a hippy commune. Love and hugs everywhere! Discusting.

and HPCrs would be a bunch of sad techies in trench-coats with banal accents and thick spectacles

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