In further attempts at cost saving measures, the conservative government have decided to change the nature of reality itself, as it has been decided that the presently existing paradigm is no longer financially viable.
Talks are being held in an effort to find what best to do about reality as it has been noticed to be quite pervasive and in some instances extremely uncooperative when it comes to matters of governance and public control.
Ideas ranging from a 'non-departmental public body' to a 'quasi non-governmental organisation' have been tabled, as well as completely handing over the nature of reality to a private concern overseen by a government based 'reality tsar'
Major corporations like Virgin and Sky broadcasting have been putting forward ideas of how they see reality could be run, although some sources say the BBC may be in with a chance if they come up with an attractive alternative to reality at a greatly reduced cost.
Heineken, Scottish Courage's parent company, who up until recently were manufacturing White Lightening Cider, known for its high alcohol strength and low price, popular with those seeking alcoholic intoxication at a minimum price, have also put forward a proposition and cited precedence.