The junction of Lanark Way and Shankill Road in west Belfast last night
I have spoken with the Chief Constable as he briefs political parties. Thoughts are particularly with those officers injured by the unjustified & unjustifiable violence of recent days.Those responsible must be subject to the full rigour of the law.All must be equal under the law.
Met with @ChiefConPSNI this morning.Ongoing orchestrated violence must end. Those stoking up tensions at interfaces must be faced down. Those inflicting violence held to account. Above all citizens and communities must be protected. Politics leaders must speak with one voice.
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People before Profit tonight refused to support a Sinn Féin motion in Council to get illegally erected banners supporting Soldier F and the British Parachute Regiment down. These offensive banners have traumitised families. People before Profit should have voted to take them down pic.twitter.com/AivZQljOJ4