"If Scotland Become Independent, We Will Move To England", Caller Tells Shelagh Fogarty

7 August 2019, 16:34 | Updated: 7 August 2019, 16:36

A caller from Edinburgh who does not support a second Scottish referendum told Shelagh Fogarty that she would move with her husband to England if Scotland ever became independence.

A caller told Shelagh Fogarty: "To be honest with you, if Scotland becomes independent, my husband who is a Scot and also anti-independent - we will move to England."

She added: "There's no two ways about it, we will move."

Shelagh Fogarty asked: "After how long?"

She replied: "For me 30 years, for my husband his entire life."

The caller said although Brexit has changed a lot, it has not altered the argument for Scottish Independence.

She said independence would not be "economically viable" especially if Nicola Sturgeon decides to keep the pound as a currency.

She said that also back in 2014, economically, "it would never had made sense".

Watch the full exchange in the video at the top of the page.

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