Campaigning for the General Election is now really starting to ramp up, but with the year we’ve just had in politics it’s clear it can’t be done in the same old way.
We’ve got to open the whole election process up – and I’m keen to try all the innovative tools the internet offers in doing just that.
That’s why I was delighted by the response to my call for questions on the NHS the other week. You asked me over a thousand different questions, and voted over 40,000 times on which ones were most important to you.
This week, I’m asking for your questions on school reform.
Getting on in life is almost impossible without a decent education. It gives us confidence and purpose, teaches us responsibility and discipline, and shapes our whole outlook on life.
And as we enter a new decade – in a century in which the most valuable skill anyone can have is knowledge – we need to renew the promise of a good education for all in our country.
You can also vote on other people’s questions, and on Friday at 7pm I’ll answer the top-rated questions in a live webcast.
I look forward to hearing from you.