Apprentice Boys parade in Derry

Apprentice Boys parade in Derry

Apprentice Boys parade in Derry. Assistant Chief Constable Alan Todd speaking to the media at Police Service of Northern Ireland's headquarters in Belfast about police actions against a loyalist flute band that paraded close to the scene of Bloody Sunday with a Parachute Regiment symbol on their uniforms. Picture date: Monday August 12, 2019. Members of the Clyde Valley Flute Band, from Larne, Co Antrim, had the insignia and the letter "F" on the sleeves on their uniforms as they took part in the loyal order Apprentice Boys parade in Derry on Saturday. See PA story ULSTER Parade. Photo credit should read: David Young/PA Wire URN:44633198 (Press Association via AP Images)

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August 12, 2019 09:01:20 AM
August 12, 2019 01:09:13 PM
David Young
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Parades, Recreation and leisure, Lifestyle
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