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BEDLAM: Loyalists and republicans clash either side of the peace wall at Lanark Way in west Belfast

BEDLAM: Loyalists and republicans clash either side of the peace wall at Lanark Way in west Belfast

BEDLAM: Loyalists and republicans clash either side of the peace wall at Lanark Way in west Belfast

Paramilitaries want police to provide them with references so they are able to access a £22million government fund to help them "transition" away from crime.

The controversial public cash 'passport' proposal is contained within Executive Office reports relating to the Communities in Transition (CIT) scheme.


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