Prominent loyalist Major Ronald Bunting, left, and Rev William McCrea, a minister in the Free Presbterian Church, founded by Rev Ian Paisley, tangle with a British soldier and members of the RUC  blocking an Orangemen's parade defying a N Ireland Government parade ban preventing them marching in Dungiven, Co Londonderry, UK,  Dungiven is a strongly republican town and if the parade had proceeded would almost certainly have led to serious clashes. Ref: 19710613220b<br />
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Prominent loyalist Major Ronald Bunting, left, and Rev William McCrea, a minister in the Free Presbterian Church, founded by Rev Ian Paisley, tangle with a British soldier and members of the RUC blocking an Orangemen's parade defying a N Ireland Government parade ban preventing them marching in Dungiven, Co Londonderry, UK, Dungiven is a strongly republican town and if the parade had proceeded would almost certainly have led to serious clashes. Ref: 19710613220b

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