Natalie Curran, 16, from Glasgow.
I am blind. I am happy to tell people I am blind and then explain there is a little bit of vision. I can see down with my right eye the higher up I look the less I can see. I can see peoples feet more easily than their face. I find blue the easiest to see.
My pituitary gland was destroyed by the tumour and the operation to remove it. When I was eight years old I started to complain of not seeing the board at school and would get really bad headaches and was really sick. Over the course of twelve months, we kept visiting doctors and they said her sight is fine. One doctor said I was lying to get attention. I had a tumour pushing up on my optic nerves to the point it almost snapped one of them, hence the splitting headaches. They did an emergency operation and when they removed it there was a tiny bit left but the surgeon did a miracle. I can't see anything out my left eye and very little out my right and they damaged the pituitary gland which affects my temperature control.
I feel politicians are too far removed from normal life. Even if the UK goes out of Europe I still think its better together. I just want to make a good change.
The thing is, we all live in our own little bubbles but we are all in the same bath tub so we should all stay together. Rather than trying to put a divide between us. Scotland is the water, bubble bath is the English and the Welsh are the soap/shampoo. I always say I like my bubble, my personal space.
I have wavered a little but whenever I remind myself of the arguments I go back to 'No'. People seem to forget it was a Scottish king who united the kingdoms in the first place. James the sixth of Scotland became the first of England.
If there is a 'Yes' vote come September what measures are the 'Yes' campaign going to put in place to ensure cordial relations with England. I don't just want it to be 'hate the English', I think it probably could be. Fine. You can cut the countries in half if yo