Glasgow Photonews A man has been arrested after a group including people identified by police as “football risk supporters” turned up at an anti-racism protest in Glasgow. Organisers of Glasgow Says No to Racism said the event was aimed at “sending a positive anti-racist message from Glasgow’s George Square to the world on World Refugee Day”.
Photojournalism Flashpoints erupted after those attending a 'protect the Cenotaph' event held by the National Defence League clashed with the No Evictions Glasgow group. The Justice Secretary also revealed a numbers of arrests have been made over following the ugly scenes. Taking to Twitter, Yousaf said: "Briefed by Police Scotland on disorder in George Sq. Police
Picture News by Brian Anderson Hundreds of counter-protesters have gathered to 'protect statues' at Glasgow's George Square as Black Lives Matter activists demand the removal of a memorial to former PM Robert Peel. Huge crowds of protesters could be seen occupying the square accompanied by a police escort. The Glasgow Youth Art Collective called on Black Lives Matter activists