I was going to write in the subject 'political view', but I thought I'd broaden it out as there are many non-political views that can clash. I was watching the latest LBC video with Iain Dale debating with a Guardian journalist who couldn't be a friends with a Tory. Iain Dale fiercely rows with Guardian writer who couldn't be friends with a Tory | LBC My own personal view is that Identity politics is a bad thing, and I see people who can't be friends because of a stereotype label as being part of Identity politics. As some will know I'm a disabled guy and during my life I've met and talked to many people from all sides of the political spectrum, mostly on the far-right and some on the far left. I've liked some and not liked others. But I base that on their personality rather than the politics. What are other peoples opinions? Do you have friends of different political/world views? Do you go out of your way to avoid people with different views than your own? Or do you make an effort to try and open communication up with them?