Far-right Scottish Defence League plans Glasgow demo
The group claims 'gangs' are targeting children but a counter-protest has been organised.
The far-right Scottish Defence League plans to hold a demonstration in Glasgow city centre.
The group has organised the event in George Square next month in response to what it describes as "grooming gangs" in the city.
The SDL - an offshoot of the English Defence League - highlighted reports of teenage girls being targeted.
A recent investigation into abuse in the Four Corners area has led to several arrests, including one for the alleged sexual assault of a 14-year-old.
However, Unite Against Fascism, which has organised a counter-protest, has accused the SDL of capitalising on controversy over the arrest of former EDL leader Tommy Robinson.
Robinson was jailed for contempt of court over a case linked to alleged grooming.
He admitted broadcasting details of a trial at Leeds Crown Court on Facebook and was locked up for 13 months.
A protest in London against his sentence left five police officers injured.
UAF has claimed the SDL is using Robinson's case to "revive their ailing numbers in Scotland" and "rebuild the far-right movement".