Criminal proceedings are being taken against the organiser of a massive independence march staged in Aberdeen.
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Organisers of a pro-independence march that attracted thousands of people to Aberdeen say it was a clear indicator of the north-east’s “desire” to split from the union.
Thousands of independence supporters have turned up for a march and rally in Aberdeen. Aberdeen City Council gave the procession the go-ahead at the licensing sub committee on Wednesday. All Under One Banner (AUOB) has organised the demonstration in support for Scottish independence. Read more on the Evening Express website here.
Senior Aberdeen councillors have said the city should pursue a pro-independence group for every penny their march today costs the taxpayer.
Police are bracing themselves for the arrival of up to 10,000 pro-independence on the streets of Aberdeen.
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