Last week, as Westminster discussed Private Members Bills, the Daily Telegraph asked its readers to provide MPs with some inspiration.
Under Commons rules, any MP can introduce a bill, but only a few are ever debated. The ballot to decide which members get time for such debates was held on Thursday. James Wharton, the MP for Stockton South, came top of the ballot.
The readers of telegraph.co.uk/politics did not disappoint, and provided us with a raft of ideas. These are the six that caught our eye. Now, it is over to you - vote below for the Bill you'd like to see debated in the Commons.
The DT reader proposals are:
1) A ten-year term limit for Prime Ministers;
2) A flat tax;
3) A law to encourage the 'greening' of public spaces,
4) Abolish the loophole that leaves student parents exempt from paying child maintenance;
5) A ban on spitting in public,
and most importantly:
6) Repeal the ban on hand guns and re-open shooting clubs
To register your vote simply select the option at the following web page: