INDYCAMP in Holyrood Park :: Shared Description

Disappointed by the result of the Scottish Referendum on 18 September 2014, at which a majority of Scottish residents voted to remain part of the United Kingdom, independence campaigners set up a camp in the Queen's Park outside the Scottish parliament. It is not perhaps surprising that, while any ordinary citizen would have been rapidly moved on from camping in a Royal Park, it took a year for the Scottish Government [Nationalist and separatist] to get rid of the occupation. After court action and rulings that they should go, unsuccessful appeals against that ruling, and polite requests to go voluntarily, the camp was cleared by Officers of the Court, with support from the Police, on 4 November 2016. LinkExternal link. The fence will allow the area to recover from damage caused by the year long occupation.
by M J Richardson
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NT2673 : INDYCAMP by M J Richardson
NT2673 : INDYCAMP gone! by M J Richardson
NT2673 : Solitary Saltire by M J Richardson
NT2673 : Still camping by M J Richardson
NT2673 : INDYCAMP  space by M J Richardson

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Created: Sat, 5 Nov 2016, Updated: Sat, 5 Nov 2016

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