It comes after complaints were made about the band The Druids, who were filmed urging British soldiers and their "Orange comrades" to go back "to England" during a performance at the Fleadh.The incident was reported to police but the Public Prosecution Service on Tuesday said the comments did not amount to a criminal offence and there will be no prosecution.Organisers of the Fleadh have now pointed to a video which shows a performer on stage at an eleventh night loyalist event at Woodvale Park making comments which they say are offensive.The video, filmed in July of last year, shows a woman making what they describe as "sectarian remarks" about the Pope and Sinn Féin.Fleadh organisers said: "This event was funded by Belfast City Council and operated without a Belfast City Council entertainment license of which I'm sure the DUP were quite aware of. Maybe the DUP should investigate festivals in their own area before making remarks about other festivals."Police defended the decision not to prosecute The Druids saying there was a "full and thorough" investigation into the complaints and evidence was presented to the PPS.However the PPS said that, on the basis of information provided, "it was not considered that there was evidence of conduct amounting to a criminal offence".SDLP MLA Alban Maginness said he agrees with the decision.He said: "They have studied the incident thoroughly and come to a considered decision based on law and nothing else and decided there isn't sufficient evidence there to bring a prosecution."However unionist politicians have expressed their frustrations with Director of Public Prosecutions Barra McGrory over the incident.William Humphrey, DUP MLA, said: "He states that the PSNI did not actually submit a case file so the PPS never viewed the evidence for themselves."This public rationale and the speed at which the matter was handled will convince more that the PSNI and PPS are trying to sweep this all under the carpet as quickly as they can."Tom Elliott of the UUP said: "I am absolutely disgusted at the lack of courage of the PPS to pursue the Druids for what was clearly a sectarian hate filled outburst."