Personally I think GB was the worst PM in my lifetime and it was his ilk that lost me a lot of money in the recession and pension. But in politics sometimes people get a second chance. It happened with Kofi Annan after ballsing up Rwanda and making amends with the Kenyan troubles. If he's learned from his mistakes good luck.
Should the Yes Campaign turn out to be the winner, then it will take a couple of years for the initial T's to be crossed and the I's dotted.
Then Scotland, like any other country, will be free to form alliances with anyone else that is interested. There will be a new Parliament in DisUnited Britain and Europe will have to consider how to relate to a new country on it's boundaries.
In my opinion, much of what has been said, in the run-up to the Vote, will turn out to be posturing, but not all of it. It will be up to Scotland to make it's own way.
I will be living there and living with whatever decision has been made. Exciting times.