A new pro-independence camp has been set up in Glasgow and has declared its independence from the pro-independence camp in Edinburgh.
In November of last year, a small group of people decided to camp outside the Scottish parliament in Edinburgh as a "vigil" until Scotland became fully independent of the rest of the UK.
The Edinburgh camp is currently challenging a legal case, brought forward by the Scottish parliament, to have them evicted because they are said to be compromising the political neutrality of the Holyrood site.
On Monday, a rival camp was set up in Glasgow's George Square and a row has erupted between the two camps over control of the "Indy Camp" project. The leader of pro-independence pressure group the Scottish Resistance, James Scott, is understood to have set up the Glasgow camp and has named it "Freedomcamp Glasgow".
The camp is expected to officially launch on Tuesday afternoon and, in a laconic Facebook message, Scott told BuzzFeed News: "The first tent is up and others will follow in the next week."
The one-tent camp is just about visible on the George Square webcam.
Posting on the new camp's Facebook page, he wrote: "In support of our fellow Scottish patriots in Indycamp Edinburgh we have now set up Freedomcamp Glasgow. We are totally independent of the Edinburgh group."
However, despite the Glasgow camp offering support, the Edinburgh camp has distanced itself from its counterpart, writing in a Facebook statement: "Indycamp is a vigil on the parliamentary estate [and] it stands for independence for Scotland.
"We do not endorse the camp in Glasgow ... which we believe has been set up without consultation of the Indycamp indyvigilists that actually man our vigil at the Holyrood parliament estate."
Some in the Edinburgh camp are concerned the actions of the Glasgow camp could jeopardise its court case, due to be heard next week on 9 March, because the Glasgow campers have not promised to adhere by the Edinburgh camp's code of conduct to avoid illegal or nuisance activity on the site.
A spokesperson for Glasgow City Council told BuzzFeed News they were aware of the tent in George Square and will be keeping on eye on developments.