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 Scots rally for independence in Glasgow after Brexit vote

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PostSubject: Scots rally for independence in Glasgow after Brexit vote   Sat Jul 30, 2016 3:44 pm

[size=34]Scots rally for independence in Glasgow after Brexit votehttps://www.rt.com/uk/354019-scotland-independence-march-glasgow/[size=51]A pro-independence march has seen several thousand people gather in Scotland’s largest city, Glasgow, on Saturday, as calls to cut ties with the UK intensify after it voted to leave the EU following the Brexit vote.[/size][/size]
The demonstrators gathered at the Botanic Gardens and marched all the way to George Square where a rally was held.
They carried Scottish flags, banners reading “Yes” (to independence from the UK) as well as flags of the Spanish region of Catalonia, which is now also fighting to break ties with Madrid.Another banner described the UK after the Brexit vote as “unfettered, undemocratic, uncivilized, [and] unhinged.”

According to the police, between 2,500 and 3,000 people took part in the march in Glasgow.[size=13]The organizers of the rally from the All Under One Banner group have described it as
 “a vibrant and creative people powered event.”

“All that any individual must do is simply turn up and walk the route with everyone, with any involvement over and above that up to each alone,” they wrote on its website as they invited people to come.The group calmed that it will continue organizing marches until Scotland is finally “free.”
Meanwhile, a fresh YouGov poll found there had been no real shift in opinion towards Scottish independence, following Britain’s decision to quit the EU.Fifty-three percent of respondents said that they would vote for Scotland to remain in the UK and 47 percent replied that they would vote for independence.
“One month after the UK’s shock decision to leave the EU, the latest YouGov research in Scotland shows no real shift towards independence,” YouGov representative Matthew Smith said, as cited by the Guardian.“However, a lot could still change on this front in the coming years. Article 50 has not yet been triggered and once details of the Brexit deal emerge it may alter the context of the independence debate,” he added.

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