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North Belfast: Unionists call for inquiry into 'parades impasse'

10 July 2014 Last updated at 13:39 BST

Unionist leaders have called on the Northern Ireland secretary to set up a legal inquiry into marching issues in north Belfast.

They said there should be a time-bound inquiry into the "parades impasse" and wider issues.

First Minister Peter Robinson, speaking at a news conference in Belfast, said that unionist parties had agreed that "the denial of cultural expression resulting from republican violence and threats of violence would have a consequence determining how members at each level of government will participate".

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