Tuesday, 12 December 2017

TAKE FIVE: Scottish independence

Lee Griffin, 44, cabin crew manager, of Reading Road, Henley
“I don't think it's a good idea. I'm from Scotland but I feel we've got more to offer as a country oif we stick together. Scottish people are very passionate but I think it would be a mistake.”
Lee Griffin, 44, cabin crew manager, of Reading Road, Henley

Lucy Churchill, 29, financial publisher, of Northfield End, Henley
“I don't think Scotland should be independent because of the impact on the economy. It's going to affect the pound and that's worrying so I'm hoping it will be a no vote”
Lucy Churchill, 29, financial publisher, of Northfield End, Henley

Guy Norgrove, 63, retired of King
“I sincerely hope it's a no vote because they would find it difficult to survive as a small country. Their dependence on the NHS and their benefits bill will sink them. It's too close to call which way it will actually go though.”
Guy Norgrove, 63, retired of King's Road, Henley

Darren Johnson, 49, former gardener, of Leaver Road, Henley
“I think Scotland should stay with us but they may decide to go the other wya. They've been part of the country for so long that they might as well stay but they should be allowed to leaveif they want.”
Darren Johnson, 49, former gardener, of Leaver Road, Henley

Francesca Cava, 49, clinic development manager, from Nettlebed
“I'm against it. I think it's extremely sad that we could not be Great BRitain any more and I think the Scottish will regrett it if it goes ahead. I think it's crazy, actually.”
Francesca Cava, 49, clinic development manager, from Nettlebed

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