Fair do's. That's an interesting map. I spent a lot of time at the top end of Cardigan Bay, always in the 'green bits' and automatically assumed a north south divide. I didn't realise it was so fragmented politically, I'm also surprised the 'green bits' extend so far south, the 'red bits' make sense, I take it that's the coalmining heartlands, but why the 'blue bit' on the south west, out of interest is Wrexham in the red or blue?,
It's been an education, that's the trouble with you teachers.
For what it's worth, my opinion of the Labour party is that they are suffering from the loss of some leading figures in the party due to Corbyn. So that the party is now desperately short of some talented politicians. It will take some years to re-build the party.
Anyone remember when Keir Starmer, Lord Adonis and hundreds of Labour MP’s spent three years using every trick possible trying to overturn Brexit? (A vote which in a large part was about mass immigration.)
Anyone remember when Keir Starmer and deputy Labour leader Angela Rayner ‘took a knee’ for Black Lives Matter – one of whom had just set fire to the Union Jack on the Cenotaph?
Anyone remember when Lady Nugee, otherwise known as Emily Thornberry, one of Labour’s most prominent front bench members, sneered at ‘White Van man with his St George’s flag hanging outside his modest, modern terrace house?
Pages have been written over the last couple of days analysing why Labour lost not only Hartlepool but over two hundred local election seats to the Conservatives. Not a single article has mentioned a few simple things: mass immigration, Islam, race and moral superiority.