Arrests after ‘racist and sectarian singing’ during Orange walks in Glasgow

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Police have made several arrests after “racist and sectarian singing” took place during Orange Order processions that shut streets across Glasgow.

Thousands of people marched on city centre roads and past Catholic churches, prompting counter-protests.

Members of Call It Out, a campaign group that opposes anti-Irish and anti-Catholic bigotry, held vigils outside churches on the routes.