The first march for independence since the lifting of coronavirus restrictions in Scotland has taken place in Glasgow.
Organised by the Scottish Independence Movement group, demonstrators marched from Kelvingrove Park to Glasgow Green on Saturday afternoon.
It would be “too soon”, organisers earlier said, to hold a rally following the march due to coronavirus.
On a visit to Scotland earlier this month, Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that constitutional change is “not top of my agenda”.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has previously told Johnson that a second independence referendum is a case of “when, not if”.
Sturgeon has pledged to hold a vote on the issue once the country has recovered from the pandemic.