After a long battle, the results for a constituency which shares an MP and combines on one side the Celtic home of a minority, who Westminster admits “is different”, while the other side inhabits the English Devonians, Devonwall will go ahead. The Boundary Commision, who declares it has to follow the orders given to it by Westminster, and Westminster, who declares the Boundary Commision has come to this conclusion alone, have made what we’re sure was a terrible, heartbreaking decision that must fill them with the utmost sorrow. Or not. Cornwall Council has made its feelings clear and both Cornwall and Devon have declared they will willingly accept one less MP in order to not share an MP, have been ignored, as usual, just for the sake of few people that want a South-West powerhouse to leech off. We’re told on the one hand we’re different, on the other hand we’re told to stop being different. We’re ruining the grand plans. I’ll happily ruin the grand plans, I’ll make a point to.