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A young family walk home after a long night of ‘cultural expression’

On the trail of Orangefest

The 12 July celebrations in Belfast have been branded as a retail-friendly attraction by the local government, but the move belies the cultural provocation of a sectarian ritual. Essay and photographs by Declan O’Neill

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