Relative criticises decision to end annual Bloody Sunday march

The decision to end the annual Bloody Sunday march in Derry has been criticised by a relative of the of the victims. Tomorrow's march, the 39th, will be the last.

Thirteen people died when British paratroopers opened fire on a civil rights march in Derry in January 1972. A fourteenth died later.

A statement signed by the majority of the families said the march was no longer necessary after the Saville Report exonerated the dead and wounded.

However, Kate Nash, whose brother William was killed on Bloody Sunday, told the BBC she believes the move was "very premature".