Apprentice Boys govenor criticised police after weekend riots in Derry

The head of the Apprentice Boys in Derry has criticised part of the policing operation in the city on Saturday, after violence broke out after the annual parade.

Petrol bombs were thrown at police and three vehicles were hijacked.

A mother and her daughter were also dragged from their car near Creggan Street during the trouble.

The police defended its actions and said they had had to make "difficult judgement calls".

Jim Brownlee has said that he feels the PSNI could of done more to stop petrol bombs being thrown from the Citys walls.........

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