Sun 18 Sep, 2016

By giving people the opportunity to share their journey from No to Yes, the Green Yes campaign is once again playing a critical role within the Yes movement. SGP spokesperson

 

To mark the 2nd anniversary of the independence referendum, the Scottish Greens today (18 Sep) launch a new campaign - No2yes.scot - to give people who voted No in 2014 an opportunity to tell the story of why they have since changed their mind to support independence.

A spokesperson for the Scottish Greens said:

"In 2014 Greens played a key role in the independence referendum. We recognised that for many Scots it was a judgement call, and in light of the 2015 election, the prospect of decades more Tory government or the results of this year's Brexit vote many have reconsidered their choice and many more are thinking of doing the same. This campaign is about giving these voters a platform to tell their stories.

"We continue to believe that independence offers the chance to create a more democratic, equal and green Scotland. By giving people the opportunity to share their journey from No to Yes, the Green Yes campaign is once again playing a critical role within the Yes movement."
 

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