Scotland, to me, is home,
Scotland is friends, fun.
I think Scotland
and the people of Scotland
really are intensely proud,
and they really express that well
through their arts
and all different cultural expressions.
So I really love that about Scotland,
and I love living here because of that.
I personally hope that Scotland
continues to thrive,
I can’t say this without being political,
but I see that as being
part of the union –
not because that’s without its faults,
because it isn’t.
And I think
Scotland gets underrepresented;
it’s very South of England-centric,
but I would, personally, rather see us
solve those problems
from within the union,
so I hope that that’s the case.
Either way, I think Scotland will find
its feet and continue to thrive;
it’s a strong relation.
I’m not a nationalist in any form.
I feel Brit–
well, I feel European –
which is another question –
more than anything else,
but I feel British, so I don’t have–
I don’t consider myself English.
and I think we should always try
and maximise what we share.
rather than, kind-of,
highlight the differences, really,
and I think nationalism, over history,
has never really boded well
in the long run
because it tends to, you know, separate
rather than bring together people
even if they don’t always agree,
and even if they’re not always