Hey, I'll take good news wherever I can get them. Iceland is doing fine in the good news stakes, unlike, say, Britain where even a potential tea party movement gets snaffled by the Conservative establishment before it can even start. Can't afford to have the people thinking for themselves, especially if the Boy-King does manage to form a government in May.
Anyway, back to Iceland. According to EU News from Iceland, a new opinion poll shows that 56 per cent oppose the country's membership of the EU and 58 per cent do not trust the government to fight for Iceland's interests in the accession negotiations. Very wise, I'd say.