Last year, the Goevrnment did a competition caleld Show us a Better Way that was driven by the Power of Information Taskforce and wanted ideas for how information could be better presented to the proles. Basically crime maps and that sort of thing. According to Tom Watson, in a written response in Parliament "[t]he Show Us A Better Way competition generated a strong public response, with over 450 entries."
Now, if you please excuse my rampant cynicism, if 450 responses from an electorate in excess of 20 million is considered a "strong" response, I'd hate to know what level of response would have been considered weak. I'm now left wondering what the cost of the website and operating the competition actually was.
Perhaps a kindly MP's research assistent may read this and ask the question. Fingers crossed!