Northern Ireland

Man is arrested over 'illegal parade' in Lurgan

Police officer
Image caption The man was arrested by the PSNI's Serious Crime Branch

A 26-year-old man has been arrested in connection with an illegal parade in Lurgan on 23 January.

He was arrested by detectives from the PSNI's Serious Crime Branch.

The republican parade, which began in the town's Kilwilkie estate, was in support of prisoner Martin Corey.

In 2010, the NI secretary of state revoked the licence of Mr Corey, who was jailed in December 1973 for the murder of two policemen.

He had previously been released on licence in June 1992.

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