What has this Parliament meant to you?
Party leaders have clashed at a final prime minister's questions as parties continue horse trading over bills which must clear Parliament in the next two days before it is dissolved on 12 April. What is this Parliament's legacy?
In negotiations in the period known as the "wash-up" several key measures have been dropped from the Finance Bill, including a 10% tax rise on cider, a 50p broadband duty on land lines and a reduction in libel lawyers' fees.
As parliament draws to a close, Lord Mandelson has said Labour plans to fix the "rupture" between politicians and the public, and the Tories have called for a cut in the number of MPs to renew public trust in Parliament. But Lib Dem leader Mr Clegg says only his party, not the two "old parties", can be trusted with renewing the political system.
What is the legacy of this Parliament? How has it affected your democratic and political engagement? Do you think the political system needs reform?
This debate is now closed. Thank you for your comments.