Joyous Yes supporters danced undeterred by the bad weather in the “emergency” All Under One Banner (AUOB) march in Glasgow.

Footage showed people waving saltires and jumping in puddles while drums sounded. The crowd was made up of some of the thousands of supporters that marched through Glasgow today. The video has attracted nearly 2000 views on Twitter.

The march started in Kelvingrove at 11:30am and finished in Glasgow Green. Tens of thousands of independence supporters took to the streets.

It was made up of people playing drums, showing banners and flags from across the world.

A rally was supposed to take place after the march but was cancelled due to high winds and adverse weather conditions. A press conference took place instead.

The UK Government previously said they will not support a second independence referendum. 

The AUOB emergency rally came after the SNP won 47 out of the 59 seats in Scotland, with the Conservatives winning a majority across the UK.

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The National reported today that Boris Johnson's failure to respond positively to Nicola Sturgeon's request for a second independence referendum is showing "contempt for Scotland" and making independence more inevitable, according to Patrick Harvie the co-leader of the Scottish Greens.

AUOB  tweeted that approximately 80,000 people attended the march. Their hashtag #AUOBGlasgow is trending in the United Kingdom with nearly 26,000 tweets. Thousands of people used the tag to show their support for the march.

Top Scottish figures attended the march, from Scottish Justice Minister Humza Yousaf to the depute leader of the SNP Keith Brown.

Nicola Sturgeon tweeted in support for all those marching and apologised for not being there, saying she looks "forward to seeing you all again soon".