Some recent opinion polls really seem to suggest that the British population have very different political views, suggesting there really is no such thing as value consensus around key issues, as key Functionalist thinkers suggested many decades ago.
According to The Week (30 November 2019) the following rather large differences in opinion have emerged from political polling…
45% of Britons are in favour of Labour’s policy to nationalise the gas and electric companies, 29% are oppossed
56% support nationalising the rail network, but 22% oppose
54% of Britons support putting employees in a third of corporate board seats, while 21 are opposed.
However, according to a recent YouGov poll, there does seem to be value consensus around the idea of providing free broadband for all, at least the vast majority of people support it (just not the means to provide it for free!)
The stats above are all from a recent YouGov poll, you can find out more details here.