SCOTTISH independence supporters will gather for All Under One Banner’s (AUOB) March for Independence on Saturday in Glasgow where speakers from across the movement have been confirmed.

Parties including the SNP, Alba and the Scottish Socialist Party have confirmed speakers for the event which will culminate in a rally at Glasgow Green.

There will also be speakers from the Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign, the Scottish Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and the Stop the War Coalition, as well as music acts taking to the stage.

As well as displaying support for Scottish independence, the event will also be a demonstration against Israel’s bombardment of Gaza and for a nuclear-free Scotland.

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AUOB said the event is designed to demonstrate the power of the grassroots movement and every independence supporter, whether they have any party affiliation or not, is invited.

In a post on social media, the organisation said: “All Under One Banner marches welcome all who support Scottish independence.

“It doesn't matter which party you are in, or if in no party; nor who you have voted for in the past, nor where you come from or who you are. If you desire independence then you are most welcome.

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“This mobilisation is the opportunity to express our determined desire for independence and demonstrate the power of the grassroots indy movement.

“Let's make it massive! Be there!”

Marchers are to assemble at Kelvingrove Park from 10.30am for an 11.30am start.

The full list of speakers and acts which will take to the Glasgow Green stage is as follows:

  • Robin McAlpine, Common Weal
  • Eva Comrie
  • Mick Napier, Scottish Palestine Solidarity Campaign
  • Yvonne Ridley
  • Isobel Lindsay, Scottish CND
  • Alison Thewliss, SNP MP
  • Kenny MacAskill, Alba Party MP
  • Ian Grant, Scottish Independence foundation
  • Dugald MacFarlane, Socialist Workers Party
  • Fiona Nelson, Independence For Scotland
  • Angela McCormack, Stop the War Coalition 
  • Bill Bonnar, Scottish Socialist Party
  • Zoë Dingwall-Dauwen
  • Nick Durie, Wyndford Tenants Group
  • Ed and Jason, IndyApp
  • Robbie Mochrie, Scottish Currency Group
  • The Dead Thatchers, Music act
  • The Kymatiks, Music act
  • Kevin Gore, Music act