WHERE else would you read the The Times other than on a visit to the United Kingdom.
Currently a number of local articles in that famous tabloid seem to offer some sign posts to the future, at least in this nation actually made up of a number of smaller nations.
Currently attached to England at the waist is Scotland, whose population is soon to be offered a referendum as to whether 300 years of joint nationhood will continue.
Northern Ireland is looking increasing like it will eventually rejoin the southern part of the Ireland as the people reportedly become more religiously aligned with Eire.
Then there’s Wales, where we recently visited a mate who previously lived in PNG.
Apparently, as a native of Wales, his daughter was required to learn Welsh at the first school she attended. All road signs are bilingual with Welsh and English added underneath as a possible afterthought for strangers who dare cross the border.