One day after Scotland voted to stay in the United Kingdom, British nationalists have taken to the streets of Glasgow to celebrate their victory.
The gathering began as a show of British national pride, but it quickly developed into what many witnesses are describing as a riot.
Protesters carrying U.K. flags and banners associated with the pro-Union Protestant Orange Order had to be separated from Scottish independence campaigners by Glasgow police.
One Vine video shows a young woman with a Scottish flag being dragged on the ground by a man holding a British Union flag. Some photos being shared on Twitter also seem to show pro-Union demonstrators performing the Nazi salute.
it’s an interesting thing. Glasgow’s vote was clear… but the rest of Scotland was not…
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