Guido Fawkes: "Why is The Sun so enthusiastic a supporter of Gordon Brown?"
Not sure you have been reading the Sun as carefully as your question suggests you are.... or that Gordon Brown would agree with you.
Chad: "In thirty words or less, how does Mr K think the Tories can win the next election?"
By Labour continuing to act as they are, imploding and backbiting. Governments lose elections. Also by speaking up more on key issues like tax, welfare and illegal immigration.
RobC: "To what extent does the Sun (and other papers) reflect public opinion and to what extent does it create public opinion?"
It reflects rather than creates. The public's intelligence should not be underestimated.
Chris Palmer: "Under any circumstances, would you be willing to become David Cameron's press advisor?"
It's too late for an old dog to learn new tricks.
Simon S: "Do you regret the paper you work for branding those who voted against NuLab as 'traitors'?"
I have no regrets about working for The Sun.
Chris D: "Do you think that the emergence of minority parties, a resurgent LibDem party, tactical voting, increased voter apathy and devolved government in Scotland and Wales has changed the political landscape beyond recognition?"
The evidence of last week is that the Lib-Dems are not resurgent. Far from it. The remarkable story about the local elections is that disgruntled voters moved straight to the Tories without stopping en route.
Michael McGough: "Many commentators (and Chris Patten) have said that the Tory Party should be in favour of proportional representation, as they are so disadvantaged by the way boundaries are currently configurated. Do you believe this is a good idea or should they go for a pact with the LibDems?"
PR inevitably leads to coalition government. Coalitions are invariably bad news, wherever they occur, because minority parties form the tail that wags the dog.
PassingThru: "Has he ever been mistaken for Sean Connery?"
The upside is that sometimes I get better tables in restaurants, but downside is that the tips have to be commensurate.
Presidentmonkeon: "Why not have comments on your blog?"
We carry emails from readers which are only censored if they are gratuitously offensive.
Chris Palmer: "What is, in your opinion, the most important story you have covered in your time as a Journalist?"
The entire Thatcher years were a non-stop most important story.