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Loyalist parade is an exercise in heightening tension

Loyalist parade is an exercise in heightening tension

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A LOYALIST parade on the Ormeau Road in south Belfast commemorating UFF men linked to one of the most notorious mass murders of the Troubles caused widespread outrage at this time last year.
Housing Executive rejects calls to remove UDA parade memorial    Loyalists allowed to hold parade glorifying notorious UDA killers    DUP condemns plans for loyalist parade glorifying UDA killers   

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