Jamie Bryson off hunger and thirst strike

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 16th February 2013

Loyalists flag protestors outside Belfast City Hall taking part in a protest at Belfast City Hall this afternoon as part of the ongoing flags dispute.

Spokesman Jamie Bryson, left and Willie Frazer

A campaign of street demonstrations has been ongoing since Belfast City Council took a vote on 3 December which limited the number of days the union flag is flown at Belfast City Hall.

Picture by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

Press Eye - Belfast - Northern Ireland - 16th February 2013 Loyalists flag protestors outside Belfast City Hall taking part in a protest at Belfast City Hall this afternoon as part of the ongoing flags dispute. Spokesman Jamie Bryson, left and Willie Frazer A campaign of street demonstrations has been ongoing since Belfast City Council took a vote on 3 December which limited the number of days the union flag is flown at Belfast City Hall. Picture by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

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LEADING loyalist campaigner Jamie Bryson has come off hunger strike.

The Donaghadee man who had been remanded in custody on six charges connected to the ongoing union flag protests in Belfast today met

Pastor Mark Gordon in Maghaberry prison.

 

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