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#Loyalism

# loyalism - Monday 6 January, 2014

McGuinness claims 'extreme loyalism' is setting the unionist agenda on Haass proposals

The Deputy First Minister of Northern Ireland made the comments as the Haass-O’Sullivan team published a summary of the proposed deal.

# loyalism - Wednesday 16 January, 2013

Column: The Irish Government must help end the flag protests

The issue in the North over flying the Union Jack requires quiet diplomacy, not grandstanding or lecturing. It’s in everyone’s interest that Dublin help broker a deal, writes Michael Anderson.

# loyalism - Tuesday 18 December, 2012

Column: Why are loyalists so angry about a flag?

The furious protests in Belfast are born primarily of the hurt of abandonment, writes Michael Anderson.

# loyalism - Thursday 6 September, 2012

Loyal order apologises to Catholic parish for marching band music

The Royal Black Institution, a Protestant fraternity, played music outside a Catholic church in spite of advice from the Parades Commission.

# loyalism - Thursday 12 July, 2012

In pictures: Huge bonfires across North for the Twelfth of July Bonfires This post contains images

In pictures: Huge bonfires across North for the Twelfth of July

The Orange Order has said it has a peaceful solution to the Ardoyne dispute.

# loyalism - Saturday 28 January, 2012

Hard man: Ian Paisley's career in pictures Ian Paisley This post contains images

Hard man: Ian Paisley's career in pictures

The firebrand loyalist leader stepped down as a minister last night after six decades of controversy. Check out these highlights – and not-so-highlights – of his career…

# loyalism - Saturday 30 July, 2011

Gallery: The alternative history of the Troubles Scrapbook This post contains images

Gallery: The alternative history of the Troubles

Machine-gun Christmas cards, underwear parties and a singing Ian Paisley: take a look at these snapshots of the conflict’s unseen side.

# loyalism - Wednesday 29 June, 2011

Six arrested after Belfast riots

The PSNI says an investigation is ongoing into last week’s events, which saw a number of people injured and a photographer shot in the leg.

# loyalism - Wednesday 22 June, 2011

UVF blamed for Belfast violence as police fear further tensions

UVF loyalists are blamed for orchestrating the violence, but republicans may be responsible for shooting a photographer.