Scottish Labour leader Jim Murphy and comic Eddie Izzard have condemned “violent” and “aggressive” nationalist protesters as scuffles broke out during the Glasgow walkabout.
Demonstrators, some waving SNP leaflets, branded Jim Murphy a “traitor” and a “warmongerer”, while others chanted “Red Tories out” at the Scottish Labour leader.
Izzard said: “It’s OK having different opinions, but everyone should be able to put their opinion forward. This aggressive, this violent emotion, why violence? Don’t have violence, we should just put our point of view forward and then everyone makes their choice on Thursday.”
Mr Murphy said: “This sort of aggressive nationalism should have no place in our election. We’ve got a few days until we can kick David Cameron out of office, a few days to change our country forever and we won’t be silenced by this form of aggressive nationalism, it’s anti-democratic.”