Scotland, to me, is Scotland.
That’s our country.
I was born in Scotland.
I’ve traveled the world;
I’ve seen what the world is,
and Scotland’s got a lot to offer.
A lot to offer. But it’s just not–
It’s not managed properly.
I don’t think we can have independence,
I don’t think we can.
I don’t think we’re equipped enough,
I don’t think we’re old enough,
if you know what I mean.
I mean, if you look at our year age
into what we are,
to go and get independence now,
what have we got to offer,
three or four things?
We’ve got to have more than that.
We’ve got the highest social services –
benefits – in Britain.
How can we cope when that payment’s out?
How are we going to do that if we don’t–
We can’t get them to go to work.
They don’t want to go to work.
We’re making it too easy.
So, if we give them it,
if we’ve got independence,
we’ve got to face that bill every month.
Who’s going to pay for it,
the man in the street? The taxpayer?
No, no independence yet.