In pictures: 'Biggest ever' Scottish independence march takes to Edinburgh streets

Organisers have estimated more than 100,000 people took to the streets of Edinburgh today for the All Under One Banner pro-independence march.

Saturday, 5th October 2019, 7:15 pm
Indy march 2019

Supporters gathered in Holyrood Park from noon with the parade - under a sea of flags and banners - bringing the Royal Mile to a standstill.

Comedian Janey Godley was among those leading the march. PIC: Lisa Ferguson
A woman wears a "Proud to be Scottish" bonnet to the march. PIC: Lisa Ferguson.
Say it proud. Picture: Lisa Ferguson

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