Darren Adam is Leading Britain's Conversation every weekday morning from 1am until 4am.
Is it really the job of supermarkets to nudge people towards buying particular types of food? And why can't healthy people enjoy a good deal on unhealthy treats?
Do you think the Labour party believe they'll ever have the power to put their promises into practice?
Margaret Thatcher wanted the UK to be a "property owning democracy" - why has that gone wrong?
Is the Honours List damaged beyond repair now? Rather than doing away with croynism in the Honours List, how about we just do away with the Honours List entirely?
Is the Hinkley Point project and nuclear power the answer to Britain's energy crisis?
As Owen Smith apologises for saying he wanted to "smash" Theresa May, are we too quick to hear what we want to hear?
How can we possibly gather the tax the country needs to function, when people who want to make sure they're paying properly can't even get in touch with the tax authorities?
Should Labour MPs pledge now to get behind whoever emerges as the winner?
What consequences should Sir Phillip Green face? How do we tackle corporate irresponsibility and reform capitalism?
As postal workers say the service is in crisis, how has your Post Office changed since Royal Mail was privatised?