More than 2000 people marched against racism in Glasgow on Saturday. The family of Sheku Bayoh, who died in police custody in May 2015, marched at the front of the demo.
Glasgow: Call by Glasgow Student Antifascists, Plan C Glasgow, Scottish Anti-Fascist Network, Plan C, Glasgow Anti-fascist Alliance, Clydeside IWW and Glasgow Red Resistance for an anti-fascist Unity Bloc at the St Andrews day anti-racism march.
Five LGBT+ activists have been arrested after protesting police involvement in Glasgow Pride.
Police Scotland has confirmed the existence of 1,168 files linked to the policing of protests in 2005 against the G8 in Scotland, including one described as holding “intelligence briefings” on spycops — prompting campaigners to raise new calls for a Scottish inquiry.
Image from Indymedia, showing the Clandestine Insurgent Rebel Clown Army (which a spy cop tried to infiltrate and is a core participant in the Pitchford Inquiry) standing off against officers at Faslane naval base in 2005.