The new series from Phantom Power Films finding out why Scots are moving from No to Yes on the independence question continues
IN episode six of Phantom Power Films’ Journey to Yes series, Christopher Graham explains how he went from a No voter in 2014 to the leader of the Yes Bikers group, which supports pro-indy events across Scotland and has now expanded into Europe.
In the video, he explains how he voted No based on indyref coverage on mainstream media outlets but, after beginning university shortly after and being exposed to more information, he soon felt he hadn’t been equipped with the tools to make an informed choice.
He adds that a failure from unionist parties to deliver the best for Scotland after making ‘the Vow’ helped seal his decision to move to Yes.
If you’d like to take part in the series or know someone else who might, contact Phantom Power Films at firstname.lastname@example.org or on Twitter.
Watch more from the series:
Journey to Yes: Former BBC broadcaster Tom Morton on becoming a Yesser
Journey to Yes: Former Better Together campaigner Mike Dailly on backing indy
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.
Picture courtesy of Phantom Power Films
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