A combination Saltire and European Union flag flutters after a march in support of Scottish independence through the streets of Glasgow, on May 5, 2018. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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Tens of thousands of people, many waving the Saltire flag and beating drums, marched through the streets of Glasgow on Saturday in support of Scottish independence.The annual march has been growing in size since Scotland voted against independence by 55 percent in 2014, from a few thousand to around 20,000 last year.Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland's nationalist First Minister, has threatened to hold a second independence referendum if Scotland's powers are curtailed after Brexit.Brown suggested a second independence referendum could be held as early as 2019 .
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