Should MPs get a pay rise?
MPs will get a rise of nearly £1,000 in their basic salary from 1 April, taking their pay to £65,737 a year. Should they turn down the rise?
Doctors and dentists, NHS managers, the judiciary and the senior civil service will also be handed increases of 1.5% for the next financial year. But the Local Government Association says 1.4 million workers in England, Wales and Northern Ireland will get no rise, as authorities try to protect services and minimise job losses.
Downing Street says: "The prime minister is clear that we need to strengthen public confidence in the political system and reduce the cost of politics" and ministers will not take any rise. David Cameron says he intends to cut ministerial pay if the Tories win power at the general election.
Should MPs' pay be frozen? Should MPs vote on their pay? Do you deserve a pay rise? Which workers have earned a pay rise?