Anti-capitalism camp in Blythswood Square, Glasgow
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Protesters return to Glasgow city centre

Some of Glasgow's anti-greed campaigners have moved back into the city centre.

Protesters had been camping in the city's Kelvingrove Park after they struck an agreement with the council to move there from George Square.

They have since set up a satellite camp in Blythswood Square, closer to the heart of the city's financial centre.

BBC Scotland's Huw Williams went to the new camp.

  • 17 Nov 2011