What do people in Glasgow think of proposed sectarian legislation?
The Scottish government has published its proposals for legislation to tackle sectarianism related to football, including tough new prison terms.
The bill aims to stamp out abusive behaviour from football fans whether they are watching matches in a stadium, in the pub or commenting online.
It would raise the maximum jail term from six months to five years.
The BBC asked members of the public in Glasgow for their thoughts on the new legislation.
17 Jun 2011
- From the section Scotland