Peter Osborne, the head of the Parades Commission says loyalist bands could be banned from passing a Catholic church.
Loyalist bands may be banned from passing the only Catholic church on the main Belfast Orange Order parade route on the Twelfth of July. The Irish News is reporting that the action could be taken by the parades commission after a band played sectarian songs outside St Patrick's church in Donegall Street last month. We hear from Peter Osborne, the chairman of the Parades Commission.
about 2 years ago, Belfast, Northern Ireland, United Kingdom