Policy Document of the Loyalist Volunteer Force (Portadown).
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Published by Loyalist Volunteer Force in Portadown .
Written in English


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Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF) Description. The loyalist Volunteer Force is a breakaway group of the Ulster Volunteer Force which refuses to accept the loyalist cease-fire. Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF) Description. An extreme loyalist group formed in as a faction of the loyalist Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) but did not emerge publicly until The Orange Volunteers (OV) or Orange Volunteer Force (OVF) is a small Ulster loyalist paramilitary group in Northern was formed in by loyalists who opposed the Belfast Agreement and the loyalist ceasefires. Over the following year it carried out a wave of bomb and gun attacks on Catholics and Catholic-owned properties in rural areas, but since has been relatively inactive.   Details of Combat 18's links with the Loyalist Volunteer Force - the organisation which placed the bomb under Nelson's car - were found during a search of the home of Ian Thompson, a loyalist .

The Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) is an Ulster loyalist paramilitary group. It emerged in Its first leader was Gusty Spence, a former British Army soldier from Northern group undertook an armed campaign of almost thirty years during The declared a ceasefire in and officially ended its campaign in , although some of its members have continued to engage in. UVF Mid-Ulster Brigade formed part of the loyalist paramilitary Ulster Volunteer Force in Northern Ireland. The brigade was established in Lurgan, County Armagh in by its first commander Billy unit operated mainly around the Lurgan and Portadown areas. Subsequent leaders of the brigade were Robin Jackson, known as "The Jackal", and Billy Wright. THE Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF), which yesterday issued the threat to "citizens of the Republic" if the Government continues to "interfere" in the affairs of Northern Ireland, is the creation. "The Billy Boy" documents the life and times of Billy Wright, a Protestant, loyalist paramilitary leader. Wright was initially a dedicated member of the Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF), until breaking away from the more 'moderate' UVF to form his own group, the Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF).Reviews:

The Loyalist Volunteer Force is an extremist terrorist group formed in as a splinter of the mainstream loyalist Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF). The LVF is composed of hardliners formerly associated with the UVF who refused to accept the loyalist cease-fire. They sought to undermine a political settlement with Irish nationalists in Northern. Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF) YEAR ESTABLISHED OR BECAME ACTIVE: ESTIMATED SIZE: USUAL AREA OF OPERATION: Northern Ireland; Scotland OVERVIEW. The Loyalist Volunteer Force (LVF) is a Protestant paramilitary organization based in Northern was formed in by dissident Ulster Volunteer Force (UVF) members led by Billy "King Rat" Wright and soon became .   The LVF or Loyalist Volunteer Force is a Protestant paramilitary group in Northern Ireland, whose history is dominated by its former leader Billy Wright. It .   Members of the Ulster Volunteer Force are openly patrolling the Garnerville area of east Belfast today as part of a deepening feud with the rival Loyalist Volunteer Force. Mon, 25 Jul, - .