A CELTIC supporters' group has called for a campaign of "harassment" in a bid to fight laws some say are leading to fans being criminalised through disproportionate measures to crack down on hate crime.
MORE than 2000 football fans brought parts of Glasgow to a standstill yesterday, ignoring a police warning about possible arrests by staging an unauthorised march.
Celtic fans today ignored a clear police warning about possible arrests and staged an unauthorised march through Glasgow.
More and more people are now asking if the Scottish Government is going too far in its attempt to halt “offensive behaviour” at football through incessant policing and harassing of supporters.
ONE of Scotland's leading legal figures has condemned a police response to a protest by a group of Celtic fans, claiming the incident smacked of a "police state".