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Jamie Bryson and Joe Brolly in talk on policing

GAA pundit, barrister and charity campaigner Joe Brolly. Picture by Mal McCann

Loyalist activist Jamie Bryson and GAA pundit and barrister Joe Brolly will get together for a discussion on policing this week.

The RUC-PSNI 20th anniversary series has been organised by Unionist Voice, an organisation which describes itself as a ‘voice for the grassroots unionist community’.

The conversation will be one of a series of broadcasts and written contributions broadcast between November 1 and 5 on the 20th anniversary of the PSNI.

In a tweet last night, Jamie Bryson, right, said: “This is going to be one of the highlights of the @unionist_voice RUC-PSNI 20th anniversary series.

“In discussion with @JoeBrolly1993 on policing – as you’d imagine, we have very different perspectives.”

The discussion will be available from 7pm on Wednesday on Unionist Voice Facebook and You Tube, where it is described as “one not to be missed”.

Meanwhile, today at 7pm the first part of the series features a discussion between Bryson and PUP leader Billy Hutchinson on loyalism’s relationship – past and present – with policing.

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