Crowdsourcing for fun

The coalition government has been inviting people to suggest laws that might be repealed – a high profile example of crowdsourcing but also one where one assumes that the government isn’t going to take all the suggestions too literatally.  But I’m intrigued by Nick Clegg’s comments that this should unleash an element of fun, reported in http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/10470071 .  Perhaps this is really just collective therapy for the electorate, giving them an opportunity to sound off about their own ideas?

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