THE Yes Hub is delighted to give advance notice of an important event being held in Dundee early next month in which several people will speak openly about their conversion from No to Yes since 2014.

Dundee and Angus Independence Group are holding the event entitled Journeys to Independence on Friday, May 3 at 7pm, upstairs in the Glens Bar, Clepington Road, Dundee.

The speakers will be former Better Together campaigner and solicitor Mike Dailly, former Edinburgh Conservative councillor Ashley Graczyk, local teacher Morven Ovenstone-Jones and Murray Foote, the former editor of the Daily Record who was the architect of The Vow.

They will talk about the reasons and motives behind their shift from being No voters in 2014 to being supporters of independence. Tickets are free and available on Eventbrite.

Dundee and Angus Independence Group tell us “tickets are going fast, so get them while you can.”

They added: “So much has changed since 2014 and these seismic political events have seen many people change their minds about independence

“This is a must-see event for all of us in the independence movement because we need to understand what issues, events or personal journeys made people change their minds about the value and importance of independence for Scotland.”

The event will be hosted by Dundee and Angus Independence Group member Pat Mackay.