Families to take part in ‘last’ Bloody Sunday march

The families of those killed and wounded on Bloody Sunday have said next month's anniversary march will be a public thank you to the people of Derry.

It will be the first march since the Saville Report found the dead and wounded innocent.

Some relatives have said it will be the last ever commemoration march.

It is thought the march will be held on the last Sunday in January.

Michael McKinney whose brother was murdered on Bloody Sunday, says the march will bring out mixed emotions: