The prosecution of ‘Soldier F’ over the Bloody Sunday massacre has been described as “one of the crimes of the century” by the organiser of a protest set to bring parts of central London to a.. Belfast Telegraph - Published
Hundreds of British Army veterans and a group of bikers on Saturday staged a protest outside the BBC in London against the decision to charge a former British serviceman with murdering two people when..
A former British soldier will be prosecuted for two murders in the "Bloody Sunday" killings of 13 unarmed Catholic civil rights marchers in Londonderry by British paratroopers in 1972 - one of the most..
A flute band which wore Parachute Regiment insignia during the Apprentice Boys parade in Londonderry last month was defiant as it also displayed the symbol at a parade in Ballymoney on Saturday. Belfast Telegraph - Published
BANDS from across Northern Ireland and as far away as the east of Scotland will gather at the start of October in a show of solidarity with Clyde Valley Flute Band over the Soldier F emblem row. Belfast Telegraph - Published
Soldier F supporters have been asked not to hold a protest or bring banners supporting the former paratrooper to today's parade marking the 50th anniversary of Operation Banner. Belfast Telegraph - Published
Sinn Fein has said the Apprentice Boys of Derry have shown more leadership than the DUP for acknowledging the hurt caused by bandsmen wearing Soldier F and Parachute Regiment insignia at their annual.. Belfast Telegraph - Published
The brother of one of the alleged victims of 'Soldier F' on Bloody Sunday has claimed that the Royal British Legion told his family it does not support the campaign backing the veteran paratrooper. Belfast Telegraph - Published
Loyalist blogger Jamie Bryson has reported SDLP leader Colum Eastwood to the attorney general over comments he made about a soldier being prosecuted for murders committed on Bloody Sunday. Belfast Telegraph - Published
A Stormont department has said it is wary of beginning legal action against people who illegally fly banners as it may "heighten community tensions" and put its staff in danger. Belfast Telegraph - Published
A Sinn Fein MLA has asked the PSNI to explain why they "stood by and watched" while a banner in support of a soldier accused of murders committed on Bloody Sunday was erected in Ballymoney. Belfast Telegraph - Published
PSNI officers did not intervene when a masked man put up a controversial banner in Armagh city centre supporting an ex-British soldier facing murder charges over Bloody Sunday, a Sinn Fein MP has.. Belfast Telegraph - Published
Loyalists in the Shankill Road area of Belfast have refused to erect 'I stand with Soldier F banners' as they don't want to offend the families of four local men killed by the army, it has been.. Belfast Telegraph - Published
One man has been arrested after a banner expressing support for a soldier charged with two murders on Bloody Sunday was burned in Co Armagh in what police are treating as a sectarian hate crime. Belfast Telegraph - Published