Gordon Brown will resolve to be a bit less flippant and bit more serious.
David Cameron will resolve to speak to his Shadow Cabinet colleagues next time he uses public transport to get publicity to work.
Hillary Clinton will resolve to stop reminding people that the Secretary of State is fourth in line to the presidency.
Iain Dale will resolve to make ten new resolutions, numbered in order of importance.
William Hague will resolve to become an even better MP in 2009 by expanding his outside interests a bit.
Guido Fawkes will resolve to speak kindly of all in elected office and to treat them with due deference.
George Osborne will resolve to book his next holiday through Thomas Cook.
Liam Byrne will resolve to let his civil servants know, by memo, that he no longer takes sugar.
Harriet Harman will resolve to persuade Jack to remove his framed January 2009 edition of Total Politics.
Lord Mandelson will resolve to book his next holiday through Thomas Cook.
Barack Obama will resolve to check up where the Secretary of State is in the line of succession.
Bob Marshall-Andrews will resolve to open the big envelope that arrives each week from the Chief Whip and actually find out what that bit of pink paper is.
Alex Salmond will resolve, at last, to bin his Union Flag pants – if only they weren’t so damn comfy!
Jonathan Ross will resolve to dial “141” first when making telephone calls in 2009.
Dominic Grieve will resolve to wear a bow-tie in 2009, thereby making his transition to Walter Softy complete.
David Davis will resolve to work up the courage to tell Shami about his views on capital punishment. But only when the time is right.
Damian Green will resolve to pay more attention the next time he’s invited to donate to the Police Officers’ Benevolent Fund.
Have a great New Year!