Prince Charles Visits Belfast Church at Centre of Marching Season Dispute

Prince Charles has visited a Catholic church in Belfast that is the focal point of the latest bitter dispute of the Ulster loyalist marching season.
The Police Service of Northern Ireland has imposed restrictions on Ulster loyalist bands playing music while passing by St Patrick’s church in Donegall Street.
Northern Ireland’s first minister, Peter Robinson, and deputy first minister, Martin McGuinness, also attended Thursday’s church event.