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In 2014, we all made a judgement call about what was best for the future of Scotland. The majority of people in the country decided that the best outcome was to stay as part of the UK. 
The reasons for this are varied and many are still of the same opinion. Nonetheless, it is irrefutable that, since the first Scottish independence referendum in 2014, things have changed. 
Above all things, promises about the future of Scotland within the UK have been broken. Government in Scotland has also delivered positive outcomes for the people of our nation.

For all former No voters, this ought to be more than enough cause to reconsider the merits of independence. For many, it is reason enough to move from No to Yes.

This is a movement for those who are former No voters who have changed their minds and want to be part of the independence movement. This is a movement, too, for those undecided on the issue of Scottish independence and want to find out more about Scotland’s potential. It is also a movement for life-long Yes voters who want to reach a hand of friendship to those reconsidering independence.

This is a movement open to all. Welcome.

Let’s turn Scotland from No to Yes.

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🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿“I think people should have the right to change their mind when circumstances change”

📆The circumstances have changed massively from 2014 & many have gone from #NoToYes on #ScottishIndependence.

🗳It is right that they get to say so in a referendum.

“Show respect & courtesy towards all those who are engaged in these discussions, whatever views they hold. Acknowledge that there are many differing, deeply held & valid points of view […] &, whenever we can, with credible information; Look for common ground & shared interests.”

John Sturrock @Coremediation

A few thoughts about how we might conduct our constitutional discussions in Scotland - with empathy and imagination: https://lnkd.in/eb8uRS88

“In 2014 I was a yes voter and my English husband voted no - 2023, I’m a yes voter again and guess what my husband is going to be voting?”

This #bbcqt audience member outlines why she believes pro-union voters have changed their minds on independence, adding “bring it on”.

🗓September 18th 2014: At 17, I cast my no vote to remain as part of the UK

❌Since, we’ve had Brexit and a slew of right wing Tory Governments we didn’t vote for

💛October 19th 2023: Ill vote Yes with millions of other #NotoYes Scot’s

Let’s win this! 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 @YesScot @theSNP