Not a good one but it would be fun politically:
Savers may face a fresh raid on pensions as the cost of tax relief passed £50 billion for the first time.
There is also disquiet that at least 70 per cent of the cost goes to members of final-salary pension schemes, who are usually older workers who already have very comfortable pensions.
Abolish it for defined benefit pensions, keep it only for defined contribution. That, not entirely but mostly, screws those public sector pensions and leaves the private sector alone.
It would also, at a stroke, clip that 30% pay premium the public sector has as a result of those very generous pensions.
Not going to happen and I’m not entirely serious. But wouldn’t it be fun?