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A youth holds a flag at a Twelfth of July bonfire. Credit: Julien Behal

A youth holds a flag at a Twelfth of July bonfire. Credit: Julien Behal

A youth holds a flag at a Twelfth of July bonfire. Credit: Julien Behal

It was set up in 2016, spent four years deliberating and finally, at a cost of £800,000, we’ve been told everything we already knew before.

The recommendations of Commission on Flags, Identity, Culture and Tradition (FICT), have been made. But there is no action plan. Nothing will change. Old disputes will renew next year. The question hanging, as ever, is where do we go from here?


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