Jokesters Erect England-Scotland Border Station Makers aim to add 'a bit of a joke' to independence debate By Matt Cantor, Newser User Posted Sep 16, 2014 11:17 AM CDT 4 comments Comments A screen shot from Telegraph video of the prank border station. (Telegraph video) (Newser) – The vote for Scottish independence isn't until Thursday, but travel between England and Scotland already requires a passport. That is, if you fall for a joke border control station that a photographer erected with some English and Scottish friends. An official-looking sign on a highway reads "Scottish Border Agency Passport Control," and Jon Parker Lee and friends have been wearing high-visibility jackets to look like guards, the Telegraph reports. "The debate needed a bit of a joke," Lee says. In other independence-related humor, Englishman John Oliver offered an explanation of the situation on HBO this weekend, explaining that "Scotland and England have been involved in something of a 300-year arranged marriage, and look, I will be the first one to acknowledge, England has been a little bit of a dick since the honeymoon."