Eight people were arrested during the Orange Order walks in Glasgow.

Around 50 parades left communities in various parts of the city on Saturday morning before merging at George Square in the city centre.

A policing plan was in place to keep the community safe and keep any disruption to a minimum. 

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Following the parades, Police Scotland has revealed a total of eight arrests were made.

These were largely in relation to minor acts of disorder. 

Chief Superintendent Stevie Dolan said: "Officers in Glasgow and Lanarkshire made a total of eight arrests during the Orange Order processions on Saturday, July 6, 2024.

“The offences were mainly for minor acts of disorder.

"A proportionate policing plan was in place and we worked with a range of partners to ensure public safety and minimise disruption to the wider community.

"I would like to thank the vast majority of the participants, and the wider community, who engaged positively and behaved responsibly throughout."