Cornwall used to be an isolated place, a Celtic outlier. Not so much nowadays as lockdown escapees migrate to the West in search of sun, sea and space to breathe. The peninsular was packed for much of last summer but is absolutely heaving this year. Even the G7 leaders are paying it a visit this weekend.
The monobrowed Marxist has been written off by historians as the king of a stagnant empire, but modern politicians could do worse than take a leaf out of his book.