VOTERS say MP Mike Wood should introduce a law which would bring British troops home from Iraq.
Their response came after the Batley and Spen Labour MP asked them what law they would like to see on the statute books.
Almost half the suggestions about Iraq added that Parliament should be ultimately responsible for deploying forces in the future.
Mr Wood asked for ideas ahead of a ballot when MPs who are picked can introduce their own Bill in the Commons and attempt to make it law.
Normally, MPs drawn in the top ten are bombarded with suggestions from businesses, lobby groups, charities and individuals. For the second year running Mr Wood asked constituents for their views.
He said: "The spectre of Iraq dominates people's thoughts on the present Government and I received almost 70 requests for a law to bring our troops home from Iraq – just under half of which also want Parliamentary approval to be required before troops can be deployed in future.
"Just short of 200 people responded this year and like last year the emphasis was on law and order, pensions and road safety.
"The main difference from last year is Iraq, which remains a major concern to so many people.
"My opposition to the war has been consistent and I want our troops home as soon as possible. But there has to be a responsible withdrawal that does not add to the chaos."
Mr Wood added: "Local people want to see tougher measures to curb anti-social and nuisance behaviour, dangerous and unlawful driving and more money for the police, schools and hospitals. One or two want even tougher immigration laws while others felt extremist parties should be outlawed."
Labour MP Mr Wood said issues surrounding the European Union were surprisingly low in people's priorities.
He said: "I've also been asked to consider introducing a law which would create an official British presidency and one to ban body piercings."