I'm wondering whether Cornwall councillors should be making a trip to Iceland to campaign in their forthcoming referendum?
As I understand it, the Council still has not had all of the money back that was invested by the former County Council and by Restormel in the failed Iceland banks. Yesterday, the Icelandic President vetoed a law that would have seen the money repaid. The Icelandic constitution is such that if a President uses his veto then the latter goes to a referendum.
File under... tongue in cheek