The Northern Ireland Secretary has described the recent trouble in Belfast as "simply incomprehensible" and says the best way to resolve it is through dialogue.
The Northern Ireland Secretary has described the recent trouble in Belfast as "simply incomprehensible" and says the best way to resolve it is through dialogue. Three police officers were injured during clashes with protesters last night - eight people have been arrested. There's anger at the decision to restrict the flying of the union flag at City Hall.
Glen Jordon, who works with the East Belfast Mission, told Premier's Des Busteed during the News Hour he doesn't agree with the government's response:
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