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UK: Life goes on in Glasgow after night of unrest00:39

UK: Life goes on in Glasgow after night of unrest

United Kingdom, Glasgow
September 20, 2014 at 10:08 GMT +00:00 · Published

After clashes broke out Friday on Glasgow's George Square following the Scottish independence referendum, life carried on as normal on Saturday morning in the central streets of the city.

Supporters of the ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ campaigns both gathered on the square over revent days, chanting and waving flags before and after the referendum results revealed Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom. During Friday’s gathering, a scuffle broke out and police officers were seen shoving protesters who fled the scene.

84.15 percent of eligible voters took part in the decisive referendum, with the ‘No’ campaign winning by 55.3%. Alex Salmond, who led the independence movement, has resigned following the result.

UK: Life goes on in Glasgow after night of unrest00:39
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After clashes broke out Friday on Glasgow's George Square following the Scottish independence referendum, life carried on as normal on Saturday morning in the central streets of the city.

Supporters of the ‘Yes’ and ‘No’ campaigns both gathered on the square over revent days, chanting and waving flags before and after the referendum results revealed Scotland will remain part of the United Kingdom. During Friday’s gathering, a scuffle broke out and police officers were seen shoving protesters who fled the scene.

84.15 percent of eligible voters took part in the decisive referendum, with the ‘No’ campaign winning by 55.3%. Alex Salmond, who led the independence movement, has resigned following the result.