Scotland's leading anti-sectarian charity has called for parade organisers to sign up to a declaration stating they will neither allow nor ignore anything that could "incite or inspire religious and cultural hatred".
Scotland's leading anti-sectarian charity has called for parade organisers to sign up to a declaration stating they will neither allow nor ignore anything that could \"incite or inspire religious and cultural hatred\".
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In its submissions to shape Glasgow's new policy on marches, Nil By Mouth said failure to sign and agree to the declaration should result in action such as future bans on the offending group. It said this should include bands "not officially attached to the organiser".
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