We were utterly disgusted by the violent scenes we and the world watched unfold in Clapham.
The return of these streets, at its very core, represents women who are safe on our streets. Testifying to the Met police – as soon as it got dark – shows with such disproportionate force how little they care about our safety.
Glasgow is in solidarity with everyone who attended Clapham Common to pay homage to Sarah Everard …
Although we were able to hold a local vigil without any gathering at four locations in Glasgow with minimal police presence, the emphasis should be on the barbaric way in which participants were treated in Clapham. That’s not right and the Met police have to answer for their actions.