Too little attention is focused on the reasons why where you are born and your family background still matter far too much in modern Britain.
Those who try to label and bully us will only make us stronger. And their attempts to do so say more about them than us.
This means not bullying people into voting for the Government, and not making grown men and women cry.
Women in particular suffer from being dependent on their husbands or children to translate for them.
There was a genuine sense of grievance that policy suggestions and campaigning ideas are never listened to.
The difference between us and the Labour is that we deal with the world and reality as it is – not as some utopia we would like it to be.
I believe that a discussion about values could be key to addressing much of the unhappiness which triggered the referendum result.
Politics often expects a quick answer. But the quick answer often isn’t the best. From education to Brexit, complex questions deserve proper thought.
We will push back internally when ideologues call for sensible Ministers to be sacked because they are trying to act in the national interest over Brexit.
Too often, we still take our democratic rights for granted.
The process of choosing members is taking a long time. Some will wonder how departments can continue without full scrutiny for almost four months.
The only way to put an end to something like the ‘school cuts’ campaign was to knock it back hard and repeatedly at the start before it gained traction.
CCHQ and the Policy Board need to take a long hard look at our recent campaign, and work out what we can rapidly learn from it in terms of techniques and messages.
Corbyn isn’t some misguided but well-meaning old man, but a deeply committed socialist intent on crashing our economy.
My local experience as a constituency MP has been a reminder of how nationalisation failed and privatisation works.