I have always been curious about Amy's political views. Was she a Conservative or Labour? I don't think she ever shared this information publicly, but I might be wrong.
If Amy's political views are not known, then we can arrive at a possible conclusion by assuming two things:
1. British Jews are, historically, conservative; therefore—statistically speaking—Amy was more likely to have been Conservative.
2. I remember that Salaam Remi said that 'Some Unholy War' was inspired by Amy's discontent about the war in Afghanistan. Tony Blair, then-Leader of the Labour Party, was the Prime Minister during the war in Afghanistan and the invasion of Iraq, so it could be assumed that part of Amy's discontent was Tony Blair's handling of both invasions and subsequent wars.
I strongly doubt Amy was apolitical as it wouldn't have fit with her strong personality and her strong opinions. There is a difference between not being interested in politics and being apolitical, Amy could maybe not have been interested in politics but still be opinionated when an issue arose as she apparently did with the war on terror.
I know Janis Winehouse answers a lot of questions on Twitter, so she might be able to answer our question. I know asking about someone's political beliefs are considered rude sometimes especially for older generations, but who knows if she might feel like sharing that information.
If you guys had to assume Amy's political views, would you say she was Conservative or Labour-leaning?