Yousaf: Pro-Palestinian marches on Armistice Day should ‘absolutely’ go ahead
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Scotland First Minister Humza Yousaf discusses pro-Palestine marches, his family’s return from Gaza and the wider conflict and Bonfire Night disorder in Niddrie.Scotland’s First Minister has said plans for pro-Palestinian marches in London on Armistice Day should go ahead, saying he was “beyond angry” at the UK Government’s response.The plans have caused concerns and been condemned by the UK Government, but Humza Yousaf has said describing them as “hate marches” is “unacceptable”.
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