Thanks for your ideas for questions for this month's survey. We'll try and use a good number of them this month or next.
One question will seek to identify the politician who provides the most powerful right wing voice within the Conservative Party - outside of the frontbench. Right wing is a somewhat unsatisfactory term but we mean it to be a voice associated with the more robust conservative positions on tax, crime, the family and Europe, for example.
We are proposing this list of right-wingers: Graham Brady, Iain Duncan Smith, Michael Fallon, Lord Forsyth, Michael Howard, Edward Leigh, Norman Tebbit, John Redwood, John Whittingdale and Ann Widdecombe.
Have we got the right list? Who else should be included?