The lively West End area draws a mix of shoppers and office workers, especially to the indie fashion boutiques, funky homeware stores and traditional pubs along Stafford and William streets. Dining options range from upscale hotel restaurants to casual pizzerias and burger bars. In grand Charlotte Square, the restored Georgian House shows period furniture. West is Haymarket station, a hub for trains and trams.
A mass meeting, which was to be held, because, thereafter, was canceled after the wind and rain were predicted.
The British government has not said it supports a further vote on Independence .
"emergency" March was organized in the course of the last month of the election, as the pro-Independence SNP, while the Conservatives won a majority in the UK as a whole.The March took a route through the City Centre from Glasgow Green
The organization staged several similar marches and rallies in The City and cities in the whole of Scotland in the last five years.
AUOB decided that The March would definitely go ahead, despite the cancellation of the rally, tweet with The Group : "If we stop ourselves of some Scottish rain, we March, then we have no chance. The March is on. "
organizers estimated that around 80,000 people participated in The March .
Scottish voters backed remaining in the UK by 55% to 45% in a referendum in 2014 - But Nicola Sturgeon , the SNP leader and Scotland's first minister, says she wants to hold a further vote on Independence later this year.
it will be The currently looks, though, because the British government has made it clear that it will not transfer the forces, which Ms Sturgeon said would be necessary to ensure that any referendum is legal.
The First minister has decided, from the possession of an unofficial referendum similar to the dispute in Catalonia in the year 2017, as they believe that it would lead to Independence , regardless of the result.First minister-the letter
A UK government spokesman said: "We support a second referendum on the UK leaving. to stay
"agreed with the Scots determined part of the United Kingdom, in a once in A Generation referendum in 2014.