Well, there we have it. The People have spoken and it's had the decided effect of taking us in a specific direction away from where, until now, there has been discord and much of it.
Now, Boris Johnson has had the shackles removed and he has quite a measure of freedom in his parliamentary majority to do all the things that he wants to do.
I have to say, that listening to his victory speech on Friday morning, he displayed a sense of responsibility and - indeed - some humility in acknowledging his debt to the voters who have put him in the position where he is. Further, on the face of it he seems to recognise that vast amount of work that needs to be done - in schools, health, police, equal opportunities and even local communities, to repair the damage of his own party's failings these last near-10 years.
Significantly, and welcomingly, he seems to want to champion green issues.
Now the important thing is that hardly any of this was spoken of in the Tory Manifesto. Th…