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Pro-Independence March in Glasgow

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Police reporting 35,000. If that was correct then 10,000 up on last year but have seen estimates of up to 80,000. One thing for sure – there certainly is enthusiasm for Indy. 

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The front of the march was in George square and the back of the march was still in Kelvingrove park, certainly more than 35,000 and nearer the 70,000-80,000 stated by organisers

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Decided lack of cover by MSM. 

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BBC reported it once, then had two unionist snides on evening programmes girning about people daring to take to the streets.

 

The Sunday Herald behaving shamefully

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On Sunday's Daily Politics Scotland Paul Hutcheon & Katie Grant giving their opinion, him pointing out that millions weren't there - I kid you not. And the woman remarking that folk were just having a day out. She also thought that SNP organised the march. Imbalance is one thing – stupidity makes it harder to swallow.

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Speaking of stupidity, the Sunday Herald has managed to take idiocy to Olympic heights. Not content with seriously upsetting most of its readers with quite appalling coverage of the independence march it then runs an editorial the following sunday along the lines of 'how dare you complain, we journalists are superior to you plebs'. Angela Haggerty, their new News Editor, goes on the attack on twitter, then outs Mhairi Black's partner 'by mistake' and then declares herself the victim when those on twitter pull her up for such crass behaviour.  

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