Another person on the ‘Journey to Yes’ cites the BBC

Editor’s note :  Sophie Grace-Chappell moved away from the BBC and from No to Yes!  The BBC failed to provide the relevant positive information about Scottish independence that we all know exists.

Sophie Grace-Chappell is a highly regarded Professor of Philosophy at The Open University and lives in Dundee. Professor Grace-Chappell is transgender and has a particular interest in how power structures impact the society we live in. The idea of internationalism, tolerance and a more caring society is fundamental to her philosophy. The promise of a federal UK through which Scotland’s democratic defecit would be addressed encouraged Professor Grace-Chappell to vote No. The series of democratic betrayals since 2014 and outcome of the Brexit vote gradually convinced Sophie that independence is now the correct moral action for Scotland. Professor Grace-Chappell also discusses the rise of the Tory right-wing authoritarian government and disturbing implications for the LGBT community. A safer and better future awaits if Scotland chooses a different path.


Source :  Phantom Power
Original Publication Date :  May 21, 2017
Archive Link :  Archive.is
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