This video from Scotland says about itself:
4 April 2015
The organisers reckon this was the largest EVER anti Trident demo that Glasgow had ever held.
By Paddy McGuffin and Conrad Landin in Britain:
Osborne’s cash for Faslane stirs Labour division
Tuesday 1st September 2015
GEORGE OSBORNE was accused of subverting democratic protocols for the sake of stirring up divisions in the Labour Party yesterday after he announced a further £500 million investment in the nuclear submarine base at Faslane.
The Chancellor said the cash would fund the construction of sea walls, jetties and other projects.
But critics said this further evidence that the government intends to plough ahead with plans for Trident renewal before MPs vote on the issue next year.
“George Osborne is making this announcement today partly to stir it up within the Labour Party, to exacerbate some of the issues around the stance taken by Jeremy Corbyn,” he said.
Faslane is home to missile-carrying Vanguard submarines, and the Ministry of Defence is also expected to base the Successor class on the Clyde when they come into service from 2028.
The Chancellor … savaged the SNP and Mr Corbyn for opposing nuclear weapons, branding the latter a threat to “national security.”
He smarmed: “I’m proud to say that this government continues to recognise that our brave armed forces across Britain have always been resolute in defence of liberty and the promotion of stability around the world.”
The row came as new Scottish Labour leader Kezia Dugdale confirmed the Scottish party would support unilateral disarmament if members voted to do so at its conference in October.
Her deputy Alex Rowley is an avowed opponent of replacement.
Ms Dugdale insisted taking the line would not divide the Britain-wide party.
“It’s devolution and that’s a good thing, people want power to be closer to people,” she said.