Protests are expected in the North this afternoon, as the Orange Order attempts to march through the nationalist Ardoyne area of Belfast for the second time.
On July 12th, orangemen were denied access to their traditional route by police following a ruling by the Parades Commission.
They made a second request to march the route later today, but were turned down again.
The parade is due to start at 2.30 this afternoon.
Member of the Orange Order and the Protestant Coalition, Willie Frazier believes they should have the right to march peacefully wherever they want to.
The PSNI is appealing for calm after violent scenes for much the past week.
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