Maureen McIlhigga in her front garden in the staunchly Protestant area around the Shankhill Road in Belfast. Union Jacks cover her garden in preparation for the 12th July celebrations. The 12th July marches are held by the Protestant community to celebrate the victory of William of Orange over the Catholic King James II at the Battle of the Boyne in 1690. Maureen, along with others in the community, see themselves as Ulster Scots who are descendants of Presbyterian Scottish migrants. 'Just don't call me Irish!' she says.