Shipyard workers march to Ulster Unionist Party headquarters in Glengall Street, Belfast, N Ireland, UK, to protest at the government's law and order policy following the Provisional IRA murder of three Scottish soldiers, two of whom were brothers, Private John McCaig, 17 years, and Joseph McCaig, 18 years, and their friend, Dougald McCaughey, 23 years. They were all members of the Royal Highland Fusiliers. 197103120164
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