Richmond & Tobi
[Richmond] Scotland, to me, is a proud country.
[Richmond] I’m proud to be in this country.
[Tobi] Your Scottish actually really
came out there.
[Richmond] I think Scotland has a lot
of potential to do well on its own,
[Richmond] you know.
[Richmond] For the future,
I’d like it to keep its high standards,
[Richmond] free healthcare. All that.
Education as well. That’s very key.
[Richmond] I like those two, those two;
those are very important.
[Richmond] I think, like, the changes
that would be implicated
[Richmond] because of, you know, independence,
would be difficult at first,
[Richmond] but then, I think it will get back on
its feet, you know? But, yeah, I’m for Scottish indy, man.
[Richmond] It’s good that
we’ve got our own parliament,
[Richmond] and I like that we can make
our own decisions.
[Richmond] So, if a fear is, you know,
that being taken away and, you know,
[Richmond] Scotland being roped up into something
that they don’t want to do,
[Richmond] –you know what I’m saying? Yeah.
[Tobi] –I’m just hoping that
[Tobi] everybody’s voice gets heard, as well,
so that it’s not like we’re being told,
[Tobi] ‘Oh, this is what you have to do,
you have no choice.’
[Tobi] But yeah, as long as everybody’s voice
is heard, that’s all we’re hoping for.