Interesting question: if Gordon Brown, the future Prime Minnister of the United Kingdom, came and invited you for dinner, and, wanting to hear some grass-roots opinions, asked you in no uncertain terms to speak your mind - what you think of this country, what you think of the Labour government and what it has done, what you think people want, what you want, and what you would want from a future government. What would you say? If a prominent politician was to actually listen, what would you tell them and what would you ask? Discard cynicism. Imagine for a moment you are a very optimistic person and you truly believe your concerns and the issues you raise will be taken into account! I'd very much like to hear your thoughts (for a personal project of mine, plus it'll be interesting).