Hundreds are marching through Cardiff in support of veterans being prosecuted for historic offences in Northern Ireland
The protest was planned to coincide with a demonstration by veterans across the UK.
Protestors walked and rode motorbikes from Sophia Gardens, along the front of the castle and ended up outside City Hall.
It comes after the introduction of a new law, which covers conflicts other than in Northern Ireland, would protect forces personnel from investigation over actions on the battlefield abroad after 10 years.
Last week Defence Secretary Penny Mordaunt said that dealing with the treatment of Northern Ireland veterans was a “personal priority” for her and said that “this has dragged on for far too long and it is time for action.
Among those currently facing prosecution is a former soldier, known as Soldier F, who has been charged with the killing of two people during Bloody Sunday in Londonderry in 1972.
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