Former ‘No’ backers explain why they changed their votes to ‘Yes’
FEATURE: Voters who had previously backed a ‘No’ vote in the Scottish independence referendum explain why they have decided to back the ‘Yes’ camp in this piece from The Independent.
Fiona Sarwar, 31, lives in Coupar Angus, Perthshire. She was born in England to Scottish parents and moved back as a teenager. Previously undecided, she decided to vote Yes in February.
“I’ve been interested in Scottish independence since I moved to Scotland. The first essay I wrote in history was about devolution. But I didn’t really decide until the start of this year, when I ordered a copy of Scotland’s Future.