The last election campaign again ignored the serious problems our society is facing. Election debates didn’t discuss challenges of the climate crisis, the increasingly inadequate education system, or equality that would allow all to live well. The House of Commons has found its new members for the upcoming four years, and the real work is ahead. What issues should the newly elected representatives urgently address? And what decisions should we make first, so that we do not become a periphery of a world that won’t be waiting for us?