In all BBC political articles there is always at least 1 paragraph that mocks the government for being cretins*. Here is this article's:
The plans relate to England, as education is a devolved matter. The concept of setting such targets does not exist in Scotland or in Wales, where there are also no school "league tables".Note how the paragraph doesn't lead from or into anything related, and comes at a point where most people will have stopped reading, but not all.
Sneering journalists aside (although don't get me wrong, I point it out because I like it), while most people wax lyrical about moving to Oz or Spain or Guatemala, it's looking increasingly like Scotland is the place to be. They speak the language, kind of. They know what alcohol is supposed to be like. They haven't bulldozed down all their hills yet (England has no hills after Tesco got rid of them in the 14th Century). And they seem to have some kind of political sense. All I have to do is buy an umbrella and I'm set.
Failing that, there's a good chance that Cornwall will split off. Here's hoping I'm the right side of the border when they do so.