Northern Ireland police say paramilitaries not behind recent violenceLoyalist umbrella group denies involvement, as missiles thrown at police and car set on fire in eighth night of unrest
Northern Ireland police say paramilitaries not behind recent violence
Loyalist umbrella group denies involvement, as number of officers injured rises to 74
NI police chiefs reverse statement on loyalist paramilitaries claim amid violence
NORTHERN IRELAND police chiefs have recanted their previous statement that the violence had been orchestrated by loyalist paramilitaries.
N. Ireland’s Loyalist Communities Council says none of their groups involved in recent violence, as further 19 officers injured
A council of unionist groups have said that its members were not involved in the recent violence sweeping across Northern Ireland and reiterated their support for a peaceful solution to Belfast’s post-Brexit arrangement.In a statement released at noon local time on Friday, the Loyalist Communities Council, which represents the views of unionist paramilitaries, said they were seeking an end to the recent violence which has resulted in the injury …
Loyalist Communities Council releases statement after Belfast violence
In the statement, they urged all Unionists and Loyalists "to remain vigilant to the dangers of fake and anonymous social media accounts, and we urge our people not to get drawn into violent confrontations".
Loyalist paramilitaries deny involvement in street violence and criticise Irish Goverment
Another night of violence in Northern Ireland sees a further 19 police officers injured and two arrests
Northern Ireland police chiefs backtrack on claim loyalist paramilitaries orchestrated violence
Pleas for calm after 19 more police officers hurt and water cannon turned on rioters
PSNI rules out loyalist paramilitary involvement in orchestrating riots
The PSNI has ruled out the involvement of loyalist paramilitary groups in orchestrating the violence seen in recent days.
IN FULL: Loyalist group with paramilitary links denies UDA / UVF riot role
A forum which has brought together figures with links to loyalist paramilitarism has denied that their groups are involved in the street disorder which has flared across the Province for over a week.