Well Past its sell-by date...
"We are denied our language, culture and history in school," said Dunbar. "The so-called United Kingdom is well past its sell-by date."
Why not after nearly 300 years? If the United States, Southern Irish, Indians, Zimbabwe-ians, etc., rebelled and went their own ways, why not have the Cornish, Welsh, and Scottish be next?
What will happen to the hardcore Orangemen royalists in Northern Ireland if the English decide that devolution of all the parts of the United Kingdom is an excellent idea? Or if the U.K. devolves the monarchy? What has N.I. done for the home counties (London, Kent, Essex, Sussex, et al) lately? In the 21st century of the European Union, smaller unified states under the larger federal whole may make more sense.
Go Cornwall. Go Wales. Go Scotland. Go California.