And we already have devolution and have had since 1997. And yes, I'm fully in support of that. I think it's been greatly to the benefit of Scots for us to be able to control certain things for ourselves. And I'd be in support of the Scottish government getting more devolved powers too.
But we don't have independence, which is different (and is what the SNP want). And I don't want independence. I'm proud to be British as well as Scottish, and I think we're far better off as part of the UK (and part of the EU also) than seperate to it. Most Scots DON'T want independence anyway. But there is a slight risk that enough could be swung in favour of it, if we end up with a conservative UK government. :P Which very much worries me...
For the benefit of the non-Brits, the devolvaed nations of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales are each partly controlled by the British government in London, but also each now has some powers of their own, mostly in health, education and tourism. For example this has resulted in prescription fees being abolished in Wales, and soon to be Scotland too, while patients still pay them in England... it also means Scottish students at Scottish universities have lower fees.
So we have a Scottish parliament in Edinburgh which is currently lead by the Scottish National Party (SNP). However, if the SNP get their way, they will hold a referendum on Scotland becoming completely independent from the UK (which most Scots currently don't want), probably after the general election, in the hope that if the Conservatives get in, enough Scots will be so against being under a British Tory government that they'd then be willing to vote in favour of independence (madness if you ask me).