Police at the scene of Saturday's parade and protest rally
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Orange Order leader calls for NI protests over Belfast parade

The Orange Order's grand master has called for "peaceful and legal protests" across Northern Ireland, more than 600 days into the north Belfast parade dispute.

Edward Stevenson addressed at a rally in Twaddell Avenue in the city, where loyalists have staged a nightly demonstrations in a row over the Ardoyne parade.

The protests began in July 2013, when restrictions were placed on the return leg of the parade, along part of the Crumlin Road that separates nationalist and unionist communities.

Kevin Sharkey reports.

  • 07 Mar 2015