‘Lots Of Drunk Folk With Strong Views’: Violent Clash Breaks Out in Glasgow After Scotland’s Independence Election

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Police struggled to control crowds in Glasgow’s City Centre last night as groups unofficially aligned with the ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ sides of the Scottish Independence Referendum taunted each other in the streets.

Twitter users reported that pro-union campaigners burned Scotland’s flag, the Saltire, in George Square, and that at least six people had been arrested.

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Scottish Police separated the two groups with lines of hi-visibility coppers, with some on horseback, as flares were hurled across George Square, and demonstrators berated one another.

Reports on the ground suggestted that elements of the far-right British National Party were present, as well as individuals performing Nazi salutes whilst waving the UK flag, better known as the ‘Union Flag’.

Amidst a tense atmosphere, the Yes crowd sang ‘Flower of Scotland’, whilst the No group retaliated with ‘Rule Brittania’. A Police Scotland spokesman said there are about 100 people in each group.

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