Trouble brewing in Derry?

Following sectarian attacks by loyalists in the Bishop Street-Fountain interface, the PSNI has taken the decision to close gates separating the two communities in the flashpoint area each evening. A catholic family in the Waterside were forced to flee their home this week after an attack on a teenage girl by loyalists, while the BBC are reporting that a bus carrying Apprentice Boys and a loyalist band was attacked today by nationalist youths.
Whilst Belfast has been relatively quiet this Summer- to date, these incidents appear to suggest Derry may give more cause for concern this year. Perhaps some of our Derry readers could provide some thoughts…

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