Nothing more than a straw poll here. Those of you outside of South America or the UK might not be getting this story, but Argentina is taking its case for sovereignty over the disputed Falkland Islands/Islas Malvinas to the UN. At a recent "everyone except the US and Canada" summit of American nations all 32 members present backed the Argentine side of the debate. The dispute, which has been going on for a couple of centuries or so, has been brought back to the agenda after a number of oil companies were granted exploration rights by the islands' legistature in Port Stanley (Puerto Argentine). So, bearing in mind the history, do you think that the islands should "revert" back to Argentina who never really had a permanent settlement on them anyway, or remain a hangover of a long-gone colonial past and stay with the 14000km away UK?