Journey to Yes: Former Better Together campaigner Mike Dailly on backing indy


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

IN episode four of Journey to Yes from Phantom Power Films, high profile campaigner Mike Dailly warns Scotland faces “turbo charged austerity” under the Tories if the country doesn’t choose independence.

The former Better Together campaigner is the principal solicitor of Glasgow’s Govan Law Centre and Govanhill Law Centre. 

Traditionally Labour, Mike was a high profile campaigner for the union during the first independence referendum. After the UK Government’s broken promises on more powers, the prospect of decades of Tory austerity and xenophobia, Mike has come to the conclusion that Scotland needs to take a different path now. 

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

Watch more from the series:

Journey to Yes: Why businesswoman Caroline has switched to Yes on Scottish independence

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

Journey to Yes: Why London-born Dundonian European Daniel will be voting Yes next time

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

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