Glasgow politicians hit out at Loyalist violence in George Square


GLASGOW was rocked again last night by ugly scenes as a far right group clashed with evicted asylum seekers. 

Six people have been arrested so far after the Loyalist Defence League disrupted a protest by the No Evictions Group in George Square.  

It is understood that four arrested said they were there to “protect statues” and two said they were part of the No Evictions group. 

WATCH: Angry scenes as right wing group gathers in George Square ahead of asylum seeker rally

No Evictions Network attended the square to protest the treatment of asylum seekers by their accommodation provider Mears. 

READ MORE: Scottish Protestants Against Discrimination hits out at Nicola Sturgeon for reaction to Loyalist violence in Glasgow

The ugly scenes have been called “disgraceful” by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon while leading lawyer Aamer Anwar hit out at the far right thugs. 

Here’s how Glasgow reacted to last night’s violence

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