ROY KENNEDY: Electoral law needs to change to keep up with technology.
STEPHEN BUSH: British pro-Europeans can feel confident that the UK will seek to return to the EU at some point in the future. But it is less likely we’ll see the political leadership required to make the UK’s second stay in the EU more stable.
LISA NANDY: For too long we have accepted that immigration and community are at odds. But there is a sensible, decent majority in this country who believe in a global, tolerant, open, outward facing, and diverse Britain.
PAUL MASON: Inertia, inexperience and insularity are the enemy of radical government. Here are 10 suggestions for delivering change in power.
JOHN DENHAM: The electoral importance of towns is inescapable but at Labour’s heart is an unresolved debate about how much we actually want to represent town voters.
BRONWEN MADDOX: How a radical Labour government can work with the machinery of government and why it shouldn’t fear “Sir Humphrey”