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

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

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 Ireland is expected to mount a significant security operation with more than 600 officers on duty to enforce the Commission's... read more

 
1 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 31
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