Orders to change the start time of a pro-Independence march have been ignored by organisers.

Emergency services have requested an 11am start due to public safety concerns.

It is estimated that 100,000 marchers would cause "considerable concern" over the safety of the procession and the general public.

Glasgow councillors ruled the march should begin at 11am at a meeting this morning.

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But All Under One Banner claim they will go ahead as planned, having given emergency services 'enough time' to prepare for their rally.

A representative for the organisation said they will meet at 1.30pm on Saturday, May 4.

"We have given you adequate time," he said, adding Glasgow City Council had been unwilling to work with the group.

The committee unanimously ruled in favour of changing the time and reducing the original route.

Chair Annette Christie said there was a "clear risk" if the procession went ahead as advertised.

More to follow.