See here for important background: http://hpanwo-voice.blogspot.co.uk/2012/01/scottish-independence.html.
The famous Scottish comedian Billy Connolly has announced that he will not be voting either way in the upcoming referendum on Scotland's independence from the United Kingdom, see: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-26233388. This makes him one of the few Scottish celebrities to sit on the fence over this question. Others have loudly announced that they are "'Yes' men" like the singer Annie Lennox, the comedienne Elaine C Smith and the actor Sean Connery. Others have spoken out against it, like rock star Sharleen Spiteri, the tennis player Andy Murray and football coach Sir Alex Fergusson. Indecision is often taken for weakness in this world, but should it? What right do we have to judge Billy Connolly? He's currently recovering from cancer treatment and looks and sounds somewhat frail in the video above; he describes himself as "old and cold" and that he's deaf and can't walk properly. What's more he might be one of many people who are now taking a step back from the approaching vote and rethinking; I sincerely hope so. I suspect that those in the public eye who have expressed a stance on Scottish independence might be doing so for the wrong reasons, those in both the for and against camps. As I've explained in the background articles above, I advise the Scots to vote "No". I'm not a flag-waving British Unionist, but I think that this offer of independence to
is just a scam to get all the nations of the UK
under the jackboot of the European Union.