The Orange Order applied to complete a parade that was restricted on 12 July last year
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'12th completion parade' turned down by Parades Commission

The Orange Order has again been barred from parading along a contentious stretch of road in north Belfast.

Three lodges and two bands wanted to walk along a stretch of the Crumlin Road that separates unionist and nationalist communities on Saturday.

Ulster Unionist councillor Mark Cosgrove said he was "hurt" and "bitterly disappointed" by the decision.

However Sinn Féin's Gerry Kelly said it was a "sensible decision".

Mervyn Jess reports.

  • 04 Jun 2014
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