Should NHS patients be questioned on their sexuality?
New NHS guidelines advise health professionals to ask for patients' sexuality to ensure that they're not discriminated against.
This morning we were joined by Doctor Peter Swinyard who disagrees with asking patients about their sexual orientation - and Doctor Sarah Jarvis who says there are medical reasons to support the new health guidelines.
Our Good Morning Britain poll revealed that 28 percent of our viewers think it's fine to ask for patients sexual preferences - but 72 percent say it isn't. What do you think?