THE Daily Express have “set the record straight” after falsely reporting thousands of pro-independence marchers clashed with Unionist protesters.

The newspaper issued a correction on its website in relation to its article on May 5 about All Under One Banner’s latest Glasgow march.

It incorrectly claimed “thousands of Scottish Independence activists clashed with pro-Union campaigners”.

The correction read: “In fact there were no reports of any clashes between the demonstrators. It was inaccurate for the original headline and introduction to make that claim.

“We have happy to set the record straight.”

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More than 100,000 pro-independence marchers took part in the Glasgow event, according to organisers.

A small number of Unionist campaigners turned out for a counter-demonstration in George Square, with one protester caught on camera calling peaceful Yes marchers “scum” and “b******s”.

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George Square was also the scene of aggression by Unionists in the aftermath of the independence referendum in 2014.

Police intervened after Unionists charged at Yes supporters.