I care very much. Because we want to run our affairs, I doubt it will happen, however, that doesn't mean we don't care. It means we care more. The reason we want to go is exactly due to the situation we are in now. Tory gov still pursuing austerity. About to leave the eu. If we aren't to leave then, we want to join with other party's to attempt to halt the Tories and their policies. Circumstances have persuaded most Yes voters to vote SNP due to the farcical scottish Labour Party and the election before last witnessed the Labour Party pronounce they would be more austere than the Tories. That was a betrayal and how they stood shoulder to shoulder with the Tories in the Indy Ref, sickened so many that Labour up here are finished. It is not nationalism in the context of xenophobia. We want and need immigration to rise. We want to continue to offer support to the old and keep higher education free. I'm not a braveheart. The vast maj of SNP voters were previously labour. Don't listen to the right wing press. Oh, and we don't hate the English either.