George Galloway's victory is against the lies and cowardice of all three main parties.
All have disregarded the well-founded wish of the great majority of the electorate who want our troops home from a mission impossible in Afghanistan. The Netherlands and Canada did it without detriment. So should we.
The right to die has been a taboo subject for 30 years. Last week's debate powerfully spoke for the great mass of people who want to have autonomy about the manner and timing of their final moments. In Westminster cowardice rules.
Prohibition of some drugs has been 40 years of abject failure that have destroyed many UK lives. Political cowardice has bandaged the mouths of MPs of all parties.
Bradford is a powerful message of a collapse of trust between people and politicians. It should galvanise reforms.