YesBar set to launch pop-ups across Scotland for General Election
Success could lead to permanent hubs
Glasgow's pro-independence YesBar has announced plans for expansion across Scotland in the run up to May's General Election.
The bar on Drury Street, rebranded during the independence referendum and quickly became a hub for Yes supporters.
Owner Jim McLaughlin is now searching for other pubs to follow his lead in taking a political stance and hopes he can convince other owners to take the Yesbar name between 11 April and 9 May.