There is intergenerational work to be done
The older generation voted for a future the younger generation don’t want. I’m interested in creating spaces in which generations can talk to each other seriously, and respectfully about this and a range of other issues (housing, for example).
There is much work to be done to reach out regionally.
There’s a striking similarity between this and the map of the 2015 election result. Both of the places I can call ‘home’ (London and Cambridge) are islands of progressive politics. There’s a fairly urgent need to take work outside this bubble.
I think regional & rural touring of the arts is vital in this respect.
There is intercultural work to be done.
I hear that when asked to explain their reasoning, many leave voters gave answers that are essentially racist. This can’t be ignored.