Tucked away in an obscure corner of The Telegraph was this item. Guernsey are to discuss whether they should become independent.
Funny how nobody says they're 'too small' , 'too thick', or that they'll be the 'Albania of the Channel Islands' if they become independent.
I'm not sure what the outcome will be, but they're very lucky that the Telegraph discussed it without the kind of scaremongering you can be sure the Telegraph and the Welsh press (supported by the Brit Nats in Labour) would use if Wales was to have a similar discussion in the open (and not behind closed doors).
Britain's dying. If independence is an option for serious debate for Guernsey, then why not Wales?