Mr Cameron said it was right to "bring people together, to try and find a local solution"
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North Belfast parade: Cameron says panel bid to 'defuse difficult situation'

Prime Minister David Cameron has said a decision to set up a panel to examine a parade dispute in Belfast is an attempt to "defuse" a difficult situation.

The panel was announced by Secretary of State Theresa Villiers, to look at ways of resolving the 15-month deadlock over a contentious Orange Order march.

He was speaking to BBC News NI Political Correspondent Stephen Walker

  • 07 Oct 2014
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