Orange Order parade past Ardoyne given go-ahead after three-year stand-off



An Orange Order parade at the heart of one of Northern Ireland's most protracted marching disputes will take place today.
Permission for the contentious procession past the nationalist Ardoyne in north Belfast was granted after an historic deal ended a three-year stand-off between the loyal orders and nationalist residents that has cost over £21 million to police.
The Parades Commission - a Government-appointed adjudication body - ruled Orangemen from three lodges could march along the contested stretch of Crumlin Road under strict conditions from 8.30am.
The Police Service of Northern... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 29
Source: Belper News
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