UK Politics

Spending Review: 'If I were chancellor...'

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Image caption Chancellor Osborne is expected to make £11.5bn worth of savings

Chancellor George Osborne is set to announce the government's spending plans for 2015/16 in a speech to MPs in the House of Commons on Wednesday 26 June.

Mr Osborne needs to find a further £11.5bn in savings from government departments in 2015/16.

The expected cuts are set to affect all departments - apart from the NHS, schools and international aid which will continue to be "ring-fenced".

The BBC News Channel will be discussing the spending review on Wednesday, and would like to know what you would do if you were chancellor.

They will put a selection of your suggestions to James Plunkett from the Resolution Foundation and Christian Guy from the Centre for Social Justice at 21:30BST.