The bill banning ticket touting and unauthorised street trading in relation to EURO 2020 football matches taking place in Glasgow next summer has passed its final stage in the Scottish Parliament.

MSPs unanimously approved the measure, introduced to protect UEFA's commercial rights and prevent exploitation.

Glasgow is one of 12 host cities for the major soccer tournament, which takes place between 12 June and 12 July, and will stage four matches.

After the bill was introduced, opposition MSPs argued that it could be improved in a number of respects which the Scottish Government took on board, and yesterday's stage 3 debate was marked by a consensus that the bill should be approved, though Liberal Democrat Mike Rumbles maintained his stance that UEFA itself should not be exempted from the touting provision.

Click here to view the stage 3 debate.