Union leaders are urging people to stand up for a pay rise for key workers who have been "undervalued and undercut" for too long. 

GMB Scotland has announced another physically distanced demonstration outside Glasgow City Chambers to take place next Thursday evening.

It comes as part of an ongoing campaign for a £2 per hour pay increase for all hours worked by key workers during the pandemic. 

Thursday's protest will be the third such demonstration held in Greater Glasgow in the past few weeks. 

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An event page for the protest reads: "The city's most essential services were in danger of not meeting the challenges faced in responding to the virus.

"It has only been through the commitment and hard work of Key Workers going above and beyond to keep society moving that we have been able to begin a slow march to recovery.

"A supplement of £2ph for all Key Workers will be the key cornerstone of any economic recovery.

"Putting money directly into the pockets of key workers, food on their table and keeping a roof over their head will provide the economic stimulus desperately required to ensure our services are properly funded for years to come."

Those with underlying health conditions and those who are shielding are asked not to attend.