THE gates have been the starting point of protests, afternoon walks, and even romance through the years. 

Now, Southsiders have wasted little time in using the entrance to Queen's Park to send their newest political message. 

Dominic Cummings has become the latest public figure to feel the wrath of the Glasgow tongue with locals poking fun at his controversial trip from London to County Durham. 

Glasgow Times:

Boris Johnson's senior aide has been criticised from across the political spectrum for breaking lockdown rules by making the near 300 mile trip with his wife and four-year-old son. 

He maintains his innocence and the PM stands by him, but it appears not everyone in Glasgow is convinced.

A banner has appeared on the gates in recent days with a straight talking message to Mr Cummings. 

It read: "Cough? Fever? Visit Durham. One rule of them. One rule for us".

It has since had the words "no one is innocent" marked on it.

Glasgow Times:

The banner comes as pressure continues to mount on Mr Cummings to stand down with a number of senior Tories in Glasgow joining calls for him to go.

READ MORE: Glasgow Tories say Dominic Cummings “needs to go”

As reported by The Glasgow Times, councillors Euan Blockley and Thomas Kerr are among those adding their voice to demands for Mr Cummings to resign.