- Feb 20, 2011
BBC News - Parades talks to be held in WalesNorthern Ireland police and politicians are to hold talks in Wales in a bid to resolve tensions around parading.
Sources have said the talks will involve other key players from the community.
The talks were supposed to be private but news of them has begun to leak out.
Official sources such as the Police Service of Northern Ireland have not responded yet to questions about the initiative.
Sources says the location is Wales and the talks are set to take place next week.
The initiative follows public criticism in recent years by senior police officers that politicians have essentially failed to tackle the issue in the winter months, and allowed tensions to spill onto the streets in summer.
Good news hope the talks go well maybe a neutral location will focus minds.