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Orangeman

a member of a society founded in Ireland (1795) to uphold the Protestant religion, the Protestant dynasty, and the Protestant constitution. Orange Lodges have since spread to many parts of the former British Empire
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He continued: "The Orange institution is greater than any one man and it will continue to be there.
The term "Orange Walk" wrongly implies that this parade is organised by the Orange Institution.
They must make it clear that there are no pre-conditions to be met by the loyal institutions, especially by the Orange Institution, before meetings can take place with them.
The Orange institution was perceived as guilty by association.
The Grandmaster of the Loyal Orange Institution, Ian Wilson, has told members they will need fight to the "tide of green corruption" if there is a Yes vote.
Despite this incident, the Orange Institution is heartened by the support and feedback it has received for this major project from all sections of the community and we look forward, as our promotional material clearly states, to sharing our history so we all can share the future.
I FIND it ironic that a Roman Catholic of Irish descent should choose to slag off the Orange Institution as it approaches the 12th of July ('Is it time for Lodgemarchers to call it a day?
He must state loud and clearly that the Orange institution does not want support from the likes of Johnny Adair and his terrorist cohorts.
With reference to the recent "exclusive" by Stephen Wilkie concerning David Percy, we would like to make it clear that Mr Percy was removed from membership of the Orange Institution a number of years before his involvement in any of the events referred to in this article.
We cannot comment on individual health and safety issues but the Orange institution takes its obligations seriously in this regard.
THE junior members of the Orange Institution will celebrate Liverpool gaining the Capital of Culture title by holding a special parade tomorrow.
The Orange Institution and our partners in the unionist family have pledged themselves to peaceful, lawful protest and political action.