Interesting article in todays paper by John Harris. It suggests that clustering is taking place in previously fairly uniform voting areas. Cambridgeshire, Surrey and West Sussex have moved to the left (possibly due to migrants from London). Greens win in East Sussex, Gloucestershire and Kent. Whilst areas in the north have moved to the right. Or is the terminology of left and right out dated. Are people making economic decisions based on their situations, education and beliefs. Just as religion is virtually nonexistent in my world, so the discussions about veganpsm, organic food, poverty and food banks, the wealth gap and the obscenely rich have grown.