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More than 300 protesters congregated in George Square (Image: Daily Record)Get the biggest daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeMore newslettersThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailTHE BREXIT vote prompted a protest in Glasgow tonight with more than 250 people taking to George Square under various banners.They shouted against Donald Trump, racism and Westminster, said refugees and immigrants were welcome in Scotland and demanded a second referendum on Scottish independence.Many waved European Union flags and Saltires at the rally in the city square which was organised on the back of the UK vote to leave the EU in which Scotland overwhelmingly voted to Remain.What is the EU? Google trends show surprising top search results in UK just hours after Brexit voteAnti racism campaigner Johnny Otis told cheering crowds: “People’s views here are about the way forward.”This campaign brought forward the most poisonous elements of our society to the surface on both sides. Racism and prejudice. “He added: “People are desperate for change.How thousands of Scots could still be members of the EU and qualify for an Irish passport”People are desperate for jobs and services.”A tribute to tragic MP Jo Cox stood in the background as protesters waved banners, bearing the words: “No to Racism, No to Trump,” and “End London Rule.”The protest, led by the National Union of Students said that they had joined together in a show of solidarity that they stand against racism.Brits abroad stranded after Brexit vote as holiday makers can exchange or withdraw their moneyMaggie Chapman of the Scottish Green Party and Rector of Aberdeen University led the protest and described the treatment of immigrants and refugees as “barbaric.”She said: “Scotland still welcomes refugees and immigrants.”I’m angry, I’m angry at the result because of the nature of the campaign which was racist and xenophobic.”She added: “We must now spend the next few days, weeks, months and even years resolving that.”Campaigners said it was time that people not from Scotland were blamed for the economic problems within Scotland.Among the melting pot of campaign groups was Pro Indy mum of three Heather Anderson, 44, from Glasgow.She said: “I’m pro Indy, pro Scotland and I’m delighted with the result.”Now Scotland can take back control, now the Scottish people can have back control.Read Nicola Sturgeon full speech where she says a second independence referendum is the table “The EU didn’t do anything for us and we were robbed in the Scottish referendum.” Now it’s time Scotland comes into its own.”Pals Chris Trestrail, 24, Nathan Mitchell, 24, Eamon Duncan, 25 and Tom Sharp, 25, travelled from their home town in Aberdeen to join the peaceful protest..