In this latest round soon to be finalised, Glasgow is expected to lose one of the seven MPs it sends to Westminster.
Glasgow has steadily had its numbers cut and it could be seen as weakening the link between voter and MP as constituencies become larger.
However, the city is not alone as others face their representation being reduced too, as the overall number of MPs falls across the UK.
Glasgow will still have at least six MPs and has 15 MSPs covering four parties at Holyrood where most decisions that affect day-to-day life and services are now taken.
Between these representatives and the 79 councillors at the City Chambers there are plenty of politicians to whom you can – and should – make your views known.
If politicians seem remote it is only because we allow them to become so, and the only way to make them aware of the people's opinions is to tell them.
It is the periods in between elections that make for a healthy democracy, so – however many MPs or MSPs we have – let them know what you think and what concerns you. That's what they are there for.