Police in Northern Ireland have been assaulted by oil bombs after the surveys shut in the Get together elections

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Police in Northern Ireland have been assaulted by oil bombs after the surveys shut in the Get together elections
Fifty oil bombs were tossed as police came under assault close surveying stations in Londonderry
An appointive official at one surveying station required a police escort to clear out after a posse of young people crushed windows in the Shantallow Group Centre
Reports said police vehicles being driven away from the scene were hit by at minimum two oil bombs
A representative for the Police Benefit of Northern Ireland said a add up to of 50 oil bombs what’s more, a number of paint bombs what’s more, other rockets were tossed in “sporadic disturbances” over Londonderry
There were no wounds revealed what’s more, no captures made A number of police vehicles were damaged, he said
Meanwhile, early signs were that turnout was down in a few Unionist constituencies
Several Unionist parties were frustrated with the number of voters who turned up at surveying stations
Ulster Unionist what’s more, Law based Unionist sources accepted that in a few constituencies, counting East Antrim, Strangford what’s more, Lagan Valley, the turnout could be as low as 55%
Nationalist parties were content with the turnout in their areas, with the fringe body electorate of Newry what’s more, Armagh anticipated to have a turnout above 70%

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