Signs in the anti-capitalist protest camp in George Square, Glasgow
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A night with protesters in Glasgow

Anti-capitalist protesters who have been occupying a corner of George Square in the centre of Glasgow say they have decided to accept an offer from Glasgow City Council to go to a new site at Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery.

Glasgow City Council was concerned the camp could disrupt upcoming events in George Square including Remembrance Sunday commemorations.

They say they hope that will mean the city council abandoning a legal case due to be heard against them at the sheriff court later.

BBC Scotland's Huw Williams has spent the night with the protesters at the occupation camp.