A 25-year-old man was arrested following Glasgow's two Brexit day events. 

Both a pro Brexit and an against Brexit event took place in the city centre on Friday 31. 

There was a heavy police presence at the events but they passed peacefully according to Police Scotland

Officers were present at the events to "minimise disruption". 

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Only one man, 25, was arrested over a minor disorder incident on Buchanan Street. 

Pro-EU campaigners gathered at the Donald Dewar statue on Buchanan Street ahead of the official departure time of 11pm.

A separate pro-Brexit group gathered in George Square. 

Superintendent Mark Sutherland said: “On Friday January 31 officers were in attendance at various Brexit-related events which took place in Glasgow city centre.

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“A proportionate policing response was in place to ensure public safety and minimise disruption to the wider city centre community.

“The events passed peacefully with only one arrest of a 25-year-old man in connection with a minor disorder offence in Buchanan Street.”