Bob Blackman has been selected to introduce a Private Members' Bill after he was drawn in the ballot draw for the 2016/17 Parliamentary session.
The MP for Harrow East was among 457 other members who entered the ballot with only 20 being drawn at random to introduce a bill.
The first reading of the first three of these Private Members' Bills, including Mr Blackman's, will take place on October 21.
Private Members' Bills are public bills that are introduced by MPs and Lords who are not government ministers, with ballot bills having the best chance of becoming law.
To introduce a Bill a member needs to provide its short title (by which it is known) and its long title (which describes briefly what it does).
Complete texts are not necessary for these bills and some Private Members' Bills are never published in full.
Mr Blackman is currently considering what he is going to put forward as his bill, with several groups pushing to have their own suggestions taken on by him.