Loyalists and Nationalists Clash in Belfast Amidst Creation of North Ireland Protocol

Loyalists in Belfast gathered against the North Ireland Protocol, which created customs between North Ireland and the rest of the UK, disrupting the Loyalist drug trade. Youth hijacked and burned a bus on Lanark Way, before then clashing with Catholics at the Lanark Way peacewall, where petrol bombs, rocks, and fireworks were exchanged before police arrived to break up the conflict.

Via Maria McCann, Patricia Devlin, Brendan Marshall, Q Radio News, Emma Vardy, Juliette Démas

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