Which policy you would introduce if you were Prime Minister for the day...10 things you said
The YEP asked you which policy you would introduce if you were the Prime Minister for the day.
You submitted a range of answers, from funny ideas to improve your lives to more serious policy changes to reduce poverty.
Here are some of the policy ideas you had:
Debbie Wheelwright: "Put pension age back to 60yr for women."
Rachel Hartman: "No tax dodging. Tax on wealth goes straight to NHS."
Yvonne Sudborough: "Scrap HS2 and copy Switzerland’s public transport system."
Inki Munki: "Over time worked by anyone would be tax free."
Syl Jim Guimaraes: "Hire 30,000 more cops for crime on the streets."
Laird Simon Duckworth: "Bring the pension age down to 55 then I could retire."
Stephanie Orlandini: "Four day working week for a full time contract, 7.5 hours per working day."
Steven Price: "More rights for the disabled!"
Linda Goddard: "All animal abusers get a lengthy prison sentence & life time ban from keeping any animals."
Philip Brennan: "Make it illegal to cover a garden in tarmac."
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