Should the electoral system change?
A referendum on changing the UK's voting system is planned for 5 May 2011, the BBC understands. Would you support the move?
A vote on changing from first-past-the-post to the alternative vote (AV) could be held on the day of Holyrood, Welsh Assembly and English local elections.But the government must first get it through Parliament and may face a rebellion by Tory MPs.
Many Labour MPs oppose a referendum - something pledged as part of the Tory-Lib Dem coalition deal. It is thought the referendum will be linked to plans to change constituency boundaries, which is a key concern of the Conservatives but something fiercely opposed by Labour.
Is the current voting system fair? Does a change need to be made? Is AV the right option to turn to?