The Guardian has an article on the planned shake up of Whitehall.
It included the following
A total of £16bn will be saved by pressing ahead with the sale of public assets from April. Assets for sale will include the Dartford crossing, the Tote, the student loans portfolio, Ordnance Survey and the Land Registry. In some cases ministers will wait for assets to recover their value after the recession. “This is not a firesale,” Byrne says. “But this is stuff we will bring to the market when the price is right over the next two to three years.” Assets such as British Waterways will be reorganised as mutuals.
For more on the Whitehall cuts here’s the full article Guardian Newspaper