Eddie Barrett reports from Dungiven, Co. Derry, where elderly farmer Francis McCloskey was struck by RUC batons in a mêlée near the Orange Hall. He died 24 hours later in hospital.

Ivan Cooper hopes that it will be possible to contain the emotions of the town's people and they will not seek revenge on Mr. McCloskey's death and that common sense will prevail.

According to Barrett, most people believe that the Orange Order is the cause of all the trouble and feel that the Orange Hall should never have been built.