Rallies in support of Scottish Independence and self-determination have been called across Scotland and Europe for Wednesday 23 November, the day of the decision by the UK Supreme Court on whether to allow the Scottish Parliament the right to hold a second independence referendum.
The Scottish rallies have been called by an ad hoc group Time for Scotland in conjunction with local independence groups and will feature speakers from the independence movement reacting to the decision of the UK Supreme Court. A pro-EU campaign, Europe for Scotland will also hold meetings/rallies in five cities across the EU.
ecosocialist.scot will have a representative inside the UK Supreme Court in the morning (the judgement starts at 9.45am UK time) and you can follow our coverage on Twitter and Mastodon. A full analysis of the implications of the verdict will follow on this website.
The rallies are in the following locations (as at Monday 21 November 14:00) and full details can be found at the Time for Scotland website.
Edinburgh (main rally) – Holyrood Parliament 5:30pm – 7:30pm
Aberdeen – St Nicholas Square 5:30pm
Borders – Selkirk Square and on to Kirk o Forest 6.30pm
Dumfries – Midsteeple area in the town centre. Beside the Planestanes 5:30pm
Dundee – City Square, in front of the Caird Hall 5:30pm
Glasgow – Concert Hall steps Buchanan Street 5:30pm
Greenock – Lyle fountain in Cathcart Square 5:15pm for 5:30pm
Inverness – Inverness Townhouse Starts 6:30pm
Inverurie – Inverurie Town Hall 5:30pm
Lochgilphead – Front Green Lochgilphead 12noon
Orkney – St Magnus Cathedral, Kirk Green 5:15pm
Perth – Concert Hall Plaza (outside Horsecross) 5:30pm
Skye – Portree Sheriff Court, Portree Square (plus street stall in square depending on weather conditions) 5:30pm