May understands Britain’s divisions, and has been working to address them. The campaign, however, failed to get her positive plan for the future across.
Whatever the outcome, the Political Rules of Engagement must change if we are to restore trust in our democracy.
The ongoing disaster in Libya demonstrates we are yet to realise that replacing a state with a vacuum is highly dangerous.
If the police planned an unlawful assault on the miners, arrested people on trumped-up charges and then covered it up, we need to know.
It would be much better to help as many people as possible in and around Syria, and other conflict zones.
We can encourage greater international trade and investment without writing off Britain’s working classes.
If this absurd comic-strip Euro-villain didn’t exist, the Daily Mail would have to invent him.
We should deal with police incompetence, not make it harder to secure the prosecution of real criminals.
The Government’s admissions rule for faith-designated free schools is effectively discriminatory against Roman Catholics.
My 2016 wish: a vow of silence from our pompous, hypocritical, self-obsessed political celebrities.