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An estimated 16000 people took to the streets in Dundee yesterday calling for a second Referendum.
The march, which was organised by All Under One Banner (AUOB), set out from Baxter Park at around 1 pm on Saturday afternoon before moving through the city and finishing at Magdalen Green.
Neil Mackay, an organiser with All Under One Banner, said “Today was a great day with a lot of support. We are going to continue to keep doing these and put the pressure on the Scottish Government and the media until there is independence. “The march was brilliant and we are going to tidy Magdalen Park up after us so that we leave it better than we found it.”
The next pro-independence march is being held by Forward as One in Dunfermline on 1st of September 2018, followed by the All Under One Banner March in the Capital in October.
Information on the Dunfermline event can be found here.
— Mrs B (@PenneyHarley) August 18, 2018
— Fiona L (@Doodlefi) August 18, 2018
The Dundee march was first on the STV news and second on the BBC. There were interviews as well and the BBC actually mentioned a figure of 16,000, the official figure.
The independence campaign can no longer be ignored. pic.twitter.com/SoGKmV5qtV
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