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PostSubject: Facebook to field public suggestions over government spending cuts   Fri Jul 09, 2010 5:09 am

Ministers to examine ideas sent to social networking site before making decisions over further cuts to public spending

(Friday 9 July 2010 11.31 BST )

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The government has struck a deal with Facebook to field ideas from the public on further public spending cuts, it emerged today.

Facebook's "spending challenge channel" is an expansion of the social networking site's "Democracy UK" pages, set up during the run-up to the general election, and will be used to take suggestions from the public for saving money ahead of the spending review.
The chancellor, George Osborne, has already asked public sector workers for their views on cuts, to the fury of one trade union. The government claims the exercise has resulted in 60,000 suggestions being put forward in just two weeks.

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