In Pictures: Thousands take to the streets to call for Scottish independence vote

In Pictures: Thousands take to the streets to call for Scottish independence vote

Tens of thousands of people have taken part in a rally in support of Scottish independence after campaigners marched through Glasgow.

(Lesley Martin/PA)
(Lesley Martin/PA)

The All Under One Banner event set off from Kelvingrove Park at 1.30pm and passed through the city before finishing at Glasgow Green for a rally.

(Lesley Martin/PA)
(Lesley Martin/PA)

Police estimated that 30,000-35,000 people were at Glasgow Green for the rally, where a number of speakers and musical acts appeared on a stage in the park.

(Lesley Martin/PA)
(Lesley Martin/PA)

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(Lesley Martin/PA)

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- Press Association

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