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Journey to Yes #2

The second in the Phantom Power series looking at people who have moved from No to Yes. Daniel – a Dundee based engineer originally from London explains his change of view …

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  1. Mac says:

    We hear a lot about standing up against ABUSE ( in any form) yet some are happy to support Westminster in its ABUSE of Scotland which is an abuse of everyone whatever their religion,race or persuasion . Shame on you all

  2. Blair paterson says:

    Daniel May have changed his mind but at the last ref., 70to80per cent of Incomers voted no this has a big say in the result no Incomers should have vote in ref.,2 only the people who were born and live in Scotland should be able to decide the future of THEIR country no one else also no postal votes should be allowed they are wide open to fraud unless these 2 things are brought in you will never win independence the powers that be will make sure you won’t so insist that they are applied please

    1. Blair paterson says:

      Is it racist to want the future of a country to be decided by the native people of that country and no one else ? I would say those who would deny the native people of that right are the real racists

  3. Doubting Thomas says:

    Would that not be a breach of EU law?
    Or does that no matter cos its to help the Natsies?
    Surely citizens of the EU who live here are entitled to a vote.
    Or is it just they englanders you are refering to?
    Last time I looked England was still part of the EU.
    The UK including Scotland might not be for much longer but hey why not just be a rascist.
    It’s for a good cause after all.

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