Scottish independence poll registers 'massive' 72% Yes support in under-35s

Is it bad to feel sad that you’d leave from our point of view while acknowledging and truly believing it would be the best option for you?

Maybe I don’t actually agree with that poster, but that’s how I read it. You’re not just a part of England, you are your own nation and have a distinct national culture. If I were Scottish I would 100% vote for independence. I truly believe it is the best possible option for Scotland itself.

It would mean Tory rule in England, Wales and NI for the rest of the foreseeable future, which would hurt me and those I care about. It’s not my decision to make; to say otherwise would be authoritarian. I would still be sad at the effects it would have on those I personally care about. Is that so wrong?

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