The organiser of a pro-independence march that saw tens of thousnds of people take to the streets of Glasgow has been charged by police.

Manny Singh, 39, has been reported to the Procurator Fiscal for failing to comply with conditions imposed on a procession following Saturday's All Under One Banner match.

The group were ordered to change the start time of their march to 11am by the Public Processions Committee back in April, due to concerns for public safety and disruption to the community.

Organisers ignored the order and continued to issue guidance to participants to meet at 1pm in Kelvingrove Park before heading off at 1.30pm.

Police and fire chiefs were among those calling for the event time to be changed.

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A spokeswoman for Police Scotland said: "Police can confirm that a 39-year-old man will be the subject of a report to the Procurator Fiscal for failing to comply with conditions imposed on a procession."

The offence relates to the Civic Government (Scotland) Act 1982.

Organisers had estimated 100,000 people took part in the march through Glasgow, calling for Scotland to be given full independence.

Police said between 30,000 and 35,000 were at Glasgow Green at the end of the march.

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All Under One Banner have urged followers to support the organiser on their social media.

The group previously blamed political bias for the "eleventh hour" involvement of Glasgow City Council.

Adding: "The idea there will be pandemonium and hysteria on the streets, that's just not the case. We are very well behaved, and are very organised. We are very happy to work with the council."