Grand Master of the Scottish Orange Order expresses regret over injury

THE Grand Master of the Scottish Orange Order has expressed "regret" after a young girl was injured during the weekend march in Glasgow.

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Police made 18 arrests after violence flared at the event. A 19-year-old appeared in court yesterday in connection with an alleged assault.

Henry Dunbar said, "We are truly shocked by what occurred.

"We are sickened by many instances of young teenagers the worse for drink during the course of the day, and there has been a tide of revulsion expressed by Orangemen and women on social media sites."

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