ITV Daybreak's correspondent Richard Gaisford reports that the flag will fly today over Belfast City Hall.
It is one of 18 designated days for the flying of the union flag.
Protests have continued intermittently in the city since the decision to reduce the number of days that the flag will be raised.
Politicians in the country are concerned over the effects the protests may have had on the economy, and tourism in the city.
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