Falkland Islanders have just a few hours left to vote in a referendum on whether they want to remain a British overseas territory.
The outcome is expected to be strongly in favour, although this may ultimately have little impact on the dispute with Argentina which has said it does not recognise the referendum.
ITV News' International Editor Bill Neely reports from Buenos Aires in Argentina:
The result of the referendum may be a foregone conclusion but the Island's Government - and Britain - hopes it will send a signal.
Next week's islanders are expected to vote overwhelming to remain an Overseas Territority of the UK, but will Argentina listen?