TUV, UKIP and PUP criticised over withdrawal from unionist parading group
The UUP and DUP have criticised three smaller parties for withdrawing from a joint unionist group on the north Belfast parading dispute.
The two main parties have denied they have broken pledges they made to the others on discussions in the inter-party talks.
On Monday, the TUV, UKIP and PUP withdrew from a joint unionist response to the impasse over an Orange Order parade.
BBC News NI Political Correspondent Chris Page reports.
09 Dec 2014
- From the section Northern Ireland