Many of us have never had the chance to show our democratic disapproval of membership of the EU (or its previous guises). Now perhaps, the BBC is offering us a chance.
We want you to suggest a law which you think should be scrapped. Which is Britain's least useful or most damaging law? If possible, be specific. Our panel of politicians (across the spectrum) and legislation experts will sift your nominations to come up with a shortlist of six. That shortlist will go to a vote and, on New Year's Day, we'll announce the winning - or, more accurately, losing - law. At the very least, we hope, we'll fuel debate. But we'll also see whether any politician is brave enough to take the views of Today listeners to the House of Commons.To take advantage of this, here is what you should do. Go to the page in question and write "European Communities Act 1972" in the space provided. Who knows whether they will choose it, but it could be fun if they do.