Journey to Yes: Why Fraser from Glasgow changed his mind on Scottish independence

A new series from Phantom Power Films finds out why Scots are moving from No to Yes on the independence question

FORMER Labour member Fraser in Glasgow speaks to Phantom Power Films in the first of a new series following people who've changed their minds on Scottish independence and moved to Yes.

Feeling let down by the empty promises made by Better Together in the final days of indyref and concerned about an increasingly rightwing UK out of the EU, Fraser sees independence as the only choice now. 

If you'd like to take part in the series or know someone else who might, contact Phantom Power Films at phantompower2014@gmail.com or on Twitter.

Check out more from the Phantom Power Films collection on YouTube.

Picture courtesy of Phantom Power Films

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