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Today's Northern Ireland News
Last Updated – January 22, 2019.

Brexit – Hints of rapprochement between DUP and Theresa May: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Reports of dismantling Good Friday Agreement as way out of Brexit mess ruled out by European chiefs: Irish Mirror
Ferghal Blaney

May never considered reopening Good Friday Agreement – further backstop talks planned with DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

On Brexit, having clowns for neighbours is no laughing matter: Irish Mirror
Joe O'Shea

Seize Brexit opportunity to end partition, urges Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner

The Guardian view on Brexit and Ireland – a danger to peace: The Guardian

No deal Brexit would be a disaster for Northern Ireland: Irish News
Stephen Farry

Sligo on Brexit – 'Now it feels more like a game of Russian roulette': The Irish Times
Marese McDonagh

'Remarks aren't surprising and can be linked to wider tensions': Irish Independent
John Downing

It's the defining issue of Brexit, but who understands Northern Ireland?: The Guardian
Matthew O'Toole

England's rebel spirit is rising – and it wants a no-deal Brexit: The Irish Times
John Harris

Unionists and nationalists need to talk to each other about Brexit: The News Letter
Alex Kane

It is not just the economy, stupid – Brexit is about belonging: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Theresa May's Plan B offers little change: Irish News

Mary Lou McDonald – Way to peaceful united Ireland was closed to us before: The News Letter

It's not only the DUP that is sectarian, Mr Clarke... it's all of Northern Ireland politics: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Londonderry car bombing 'nothing to do with Brexit', says Northern Ireland minister: London Evening Standard
Bonnie Christian

Derry security alerts increase as police deal with third incident and attempted bus hijacking: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

MP – vast bulk of people impacted by dissidents are nationalists: Londonderry Sentinel

Gregory Campbell brands Derry bombers 'losers': Derry Journal

Londonderry car bomb – Republican councillors refuse to condemn courthouse blast: Londonderry Sentinel

Derry car bomb – Leading academic Deirdre Heenan slammed for Twitter attack on Theresa May in wake of blast: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Senior Derry academic Deirdre Heenan hits back at Labour MP Kate Hoey after bomb tweet: Irish News

'Terrorists focus on rebranding to snare young via social media' : Irish Independent
Declan Power

Derry bomb – 'People are angry – they don't want this type of activity': The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Derry car bomb another reminder that DUP and Sinn Féin must resolve their differences: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Democracy Matters: The Times

The Irish Times view on Northern Ireland's impasse – when stalemate leaves a vacuum: The Irish Times

Condemnation of Derry bombing has to be unequivocal: Belfast Telegraph

We need a tougher criminal justice approach to terror: The News Letter

Wreaths damaged in Co Armagh war memorial 'hate crime': Belfast Telegraph

Jacob Rees-Mogg presses ahead with appearance at DUP fundraiser despite criticism from NI Tories: Irish News
John Manley

DUP has 'good engagement' with PM: Belfast Telegraph

Stakeknife – British agent Freddie Scappaticci faces child sex abuse lawsuit: Irish News
Connla Young

Sinn Féin MEP Lynn Boylan accused of advocating censorship: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Former INLA man accused of murder to be extradited back to North: Irish Examiner
Ann O'Loughlin

PSNI's highest ranking woman on Troubles murder that made her join police: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

How Martin Luther King inspired a Northern Ireland uprising: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

'Our 'message to world' in first Dáil still resonates as days of the free, sovereign nation appear numbered': Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

'Ireland should declare WAR on UK!' Caller orders India to help FIGHT 'colonial Britain': Daily Express
Charlotte Davis

Getting an Irish passport was seen as a betrayal by father and left me feeling confused about my roots: Daily Telegraph
James Jeffrey

No-deal Brexit could cost N Ireland £5 billion by 2034, CBI warns: Belfast Telegraph

The Irish Times view on Soloheadbeg – a complex legacy: The Irish Times

Tearing down walls – how those who are vehemently opposed can sometimes forge peace: The National (UAE)
Gavin Esler

Monday, January 21

Now May considers rewriting the Good Friday Agreement: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and Christopher Hope

Irish Government rejects prospect of bilateral agreement with UK as Brexit backstop alternative: Irish Mirror
Trevor Quinn

Keir Starmer – Northern Ireland backstop likely in any Brexit scenario: The Guardian
Jessica Elgot

Jeffrey Donaldson – End 'megaphone diplomacy' over Brexit: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Brexit bewilderment along the Irish border (Jan 18): Irish Examiner
Diarmuid Pepper

Red-line compromise key to any Brexit progress for May: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Where there's a political will, there's a legal way – all eyes are on London as we approach 'B-Day': Irish Independent
John Downing

Watch as Sinn Féin MEP Martina Anderson quotes James Connolly when she says 'British government has no right in Ireland': Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

'No solutions' to Irish backstop in May's Brexit call with cabinet: The Guardian
Heather Stewart, Jessica Elgot and Lisa O'Carroll

Ireland's peace may well be sacrificed on the altar of Brexit ignorance: The National (Scotland)
Peter Geoghegan

'The backstop is dead and the no-deal Brexit looms' (Jan 20): Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

The European Union will be in flux until later this year so don't expect early trade deal: The News Letter
Jim Nicholson

Brexit exposes elitist rot at heart of Westminster (Jan 18): The Irish Times
Ella Whelan

'We must move beyond backstops and talk like good neighbours' (Jan 20): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

'EU won't approve changes to deal': Irish Independent
Peter Foster

Brexit – The complex new boundaries between different groups of citizens in Northern Ireland:
Daniel Holder

'It's time for UK to use its get-out-of-jail-free card' (Jan 20): Sunday Independent
Colm McCarthy

Softer Brexit may mean Ireland taps UK bounce (Jan 18): Irish Examiner
Jim Power

For Brexiteers the point is to win, everybody else can go hang: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

Border plan to focus on intelligence-led policing and patrols (Jan 20): Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

SDLP MLA clarifies 'Brits' social media post after Londonderry bombing: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

FF and SDLP to unveil 'shared principles' in coming weeks – but it's 'not a merger': Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Sinn Féin has 'no business' in Westminster but collects €4.5m: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Shot by paramilitaries in his own home – but not "at risk" enough to be moved: Belfast Live
Claire O'Boyle

'By good grace, people weren't killed' – four men arrested in connection with Derry car bomb explosion (Jan 20): Sunday Independent
Rebecca Black and Denise Calnan

Bishop Ken Good slams indefensible bomb attack: Derry Journal

Trade unionists say car bomb could easily have killed: Derry Journal

Dissident bomb fuels fear of return to terror after Brexit: Irish Independent
Tom Brady and Kevin Doyle

Colum Eastwood says bombers acting in opposition to the will of Derry: Derry Journal

Derry last stronghold of 'New IRA': Irish News
Allison Morris

Derry car bomb a reminder of times the city wants to move on from: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Troubles veterans snubbed as Armed Forces and MoD have 'no plans' to commemorate 50th anniversary in August: The Sun
David Willetts

President to speak of 'complex legacies' at Dáil commemoration: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Commemorating our journey to nationhood will not be easy: The Irish Times
Josepha Madigan

Soloheadbeg Ambush: 'History is never simple – we cherish all our citizens': Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Honouring RIC dead a commemorative step too far: The Irish Times
Brian Hanley

Sunday, January 20

Brexit – Unionists and nationalists deeply split on idea of second referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin MEP says 'dangerous' Nigel Farage should not be given publicity: Irish Examiner

Brexit – A grim process of elimination: RTE
Tony Connelly

The DUP faces a historic Brexit decision with uncertain consequences: The News Letter
Sam McBride

PLATFORM – Michelle O'Neill, Sinn Féin vice president (Jan 19): Irish News

'UK's Parliament must assert control before it's too late': Sunday Independent

EU arrogance might yet cause a bigger problem than Brexit: The News Letter

The DUP dilemma is whether or not to stay close to Brexiteer Tories: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Call for lifting of death threat to Belfast journalist: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Bishop Street – Suspected car bomb explodes outside Derry courthouse: Belfast Telegraph

Condemnation of suspected bomb blast at Londonderry court: The News Letter
William Allen

Saoradh speculate 'mine attack' timed to coincide with Soloheadbeg centenary: Derry Journal

PSNI receives warning before car bomb explodes in Derry: The Irish Times
Freya Clements and Amanda Ferguson

Elisha McCallion condemns bomb attack as reckless, unrepresentative of city moving forward: Derry Journal

Fresh appeal over 1993 murder of RUC officer: The News Letter
Brendan McDaid

Belfast site named after women who campaigned against plastic bullets: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP – Blitz memorial 'does not change need for unionist-nationalist statue balance': The News Letter

Families let down again by refusal to sanction reopening of Enniskillen bomb inquests (Jan 11): Belfast Telegraph
Denzil McDaniel

Belfast yellow vest protest derailed by counter demonstration: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Sectarian and hate-fuelled graffiti removed, say SDLP: Portadown Times
Carmel Robinson

Leo Varadkar's running mate Emer Currie says – 'I'd rule out a pact with Sinn Féin': The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

Forty-year-old taoiseach represents new face of Ireland (Jan 18): Irish News
John Manley

Drop in support for Fianna Fáil, Sinn Féin gains three points – poll: RTE
Justin McCarthy

Under-fire Paisley receives support in Ballymena after it emerges he billed charity £6k for first class trip to New York: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Ireland will not experience any Brexit-related shortage of vital medications – Tánaiste: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Fáilte Ireland to invest €5m to get sector 'Brexit ready': RTE
Aengus Cox

Plans for no-deal Brexit vary from department to department (Jan 17): The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Green cards should be given to drivers crossing border in case of no-deal Brexit – MIBI (Jan 17): Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Passport checks on cross-border trains in Ireland may be introduced (Jan 17): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Melia

Illegal cross border dumping businesses run by 'mafia style operations', says Fianna Fáil TD (Jan 17): Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Irish must remain a compulsory subject: Wexford People
Deborah Coleman

Brexit – Poll shows support for Remain at highest since referendum: The Scotsman

Brexit chaos means 'Scots are ready to leave the UK': The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Saturday, January 19

Brexit – Dublin starting to think about a move on backstop: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Coveney – EU will respond in a 'positive way' should Brexit 'red lines' be relaxed: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith and Eoin English

Coveney coaxes May to relax red lines: The Times
Niamh Lyons

Foster rejects claims DUP would consider 'soft Brexit' if UK stays in Customs Union: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

German MP says Border controls in Ireland inevitable in event of no-deal Brexit: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton and Pat Leahy

'Trump's wall in IRELAND!' Jacob Rees-Mogg mocks 'phantom' Brexit problem of Irish border: Daily Express
Freddie Jordan

Bradley ignoring the public's fears in Brexit 'pantomine' – Michelle O'Neill: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'Brexit is extremely damaging to British-Irish relations,' conference told: Irish Examiner

Belfast Brexit conference organisers have pre-ordained agenda, claims MLA: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

'When this Brexit farce is finally solved, we may need to re-evaluate our place in new-look EU': Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

It's carry on talking as DUP says PM in 'listening mode' over its backstop concerns: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Will the DUP pave the way for a softer Brexit?: The Spectator
Katy Balls

'Ulster's 'dreary steeples' still casting long shadow over British politics': Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Ireland has little cause to trust UK on backstop: The Irish Times

May risking peace in Northern Ireland by refusing to take threat of no-deal off table – Labour: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'May did her best but chose the wrong strategy and can't deliver – now she must stand aside while there is still enough time if we're to avoid a hard Border': Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Why Arlene Foster is denying the DUP could live with a soft Brexit: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Brexit, nobody knows anything: The Irish Times
Una Mullally

Keeping 'no deal' as an option is not the same as advocating it: The News Letter

Whatever form Mrs May's Plan B takes, someone will be shafted: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'Read my lips ... there will be no merger of the UUP and DUP on my watch': Belfast Telegraph
Robin Swann

Ex-FBI agent who exposed IRA terrorists lives in constant fear of assassination: Daily Mirror
Rhian Lubin

PSNI return seized files to Jamie Bryson: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Inquest into Raymond McCord Jnr murder could be years away, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Man arrested as police probe 'activities of West Belfast UDA': Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

PSNI launch probe into 'offensive' photo claiming to be the body of LVF terrorist Billy Wright on Ten Year Challenge post: The News Letter
Carmel Robinson

'No evidence' of spy within IRA Birmingham pub bombs cell: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Vernalls

Pub bombings – two Government intelligence folders have gone missing, inquest told: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

ITV apology over Parachute Regiment documentary Northern Ireland screening: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Tory Brexiteers should study War of Independence: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Ian Paisley urged to reimburse charity for first class plane ticket to New York: Irish Examiner

DUP still silent on latest Ian Paisley travel revelations: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Irish passport applications in Northern Ireland have more than doubled: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Post-Brexit Britain may need a constitution – or face disintegration: The Guardian
Vernon Bogdanor

Brexit 'has unleashed such a set of demons' on the UK: The Irish Times
Jennifer O'Connell

It was never about Europe. Brexit is Britain's reckoning with itself: The Guardian
Fintan O'Toole

Friday, January 18

UK Government to put Army on streets in Brexit no-deal to ensure stability – chaos says MP Hazzard: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Checks on both sides of Irish border 'mandatory under no-deal Brexit': The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

NI is actually more secure due to Brexit, says Ulster Unionist: The News Letter

No-deal Brexit would become exercise in damage limitation, says Coveney: Irish Examiner

Mary Lou McDonald – British politicians have 'blatant disregard' for Ireland: Irish News
Nadia Breen

Second Brexit referendum 'very dicey scene', says Bertie Ahern: The Irish Times
Anne Lucey

Brexit border backstop should not be binned, SDLP chief tells PM: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP MP – We would be open to considering time-limited backstop: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Brexit – DUP edges towards customs union: The Times
Oliver Wright

Brexit deadlock – May pandering to 'sectarian Protestant DUP' blasts Tory grandee Ken Clarke: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Brexit – Ken Clarke 'out of touch' over 'sectarian' DUP comment: BBC

'We cannot rely on Arlene and Boris to fix Border': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Brexit talks – Theresa May in listening mode, says DUP: BBC
Jayne McCormack

May's agreeing to backstop was proof she didn't 'get' what DUP are all about: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Backstop 'essential' part of Withdrawal Agreement says Coveney: ITV

Unionists slam Martina Anderson's European Parliament speech: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Brexit – Jeremy Cobyn letter misrepresents DUP stance on no deal: The News Letter

Karen Bradley committed to delivering prosperous, united Northern Ireland society and power sharing in 2019: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

'Foster and the DUP could learn a hard lesson from Brexit – if you can be bought, you can be sold': Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

Brexit conference to rebalance 'misrepresentation' by unionist politicians: Irish Examiner

Belfast Brexit conference organisers defend not inviting unionist politicians: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit talks – What does the DUP want?: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Brexit – 'There is no Brexit fairy coming to help the British Government' – Martina Anderson: Derry Now
Eamon Sweeney

Public 'aghast at Brexit pantomime', says Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner

Was the backstop a good idea?: The Irish Times
Katy Hayward

Brexit – Taking no-deal option off the table 'bonkers': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

May now facing some very tough decisions: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin MPs were the only real abstentions in key Brexit vote: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Dublin has failed to work with London on Brexit and is over reaching, as it has done in the past: The News Letter
Reg Empey

Allow the clock to run down to resolve Brexit conundrum: Irish Examiner
Yanis Varoufakis

If EU refuses to ditch Brexit backstop then UK can leave without a deal: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

The government ought now to have some confidence: The News Letter

After humiliating defeat, time for more realistic approach on Brexit: Irish News

'May fiasco shows we must be ready for a hard border': Irish Independent

Nightmare Brexit defeat sees PM floundering to find an alternative: Belfast Telegraph

A veto worth keeping: The Irish Times

Exit agreement that works for all can be the foundation stone for a better tomorrow: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Ways to deal with backstop but it can't be harder to get out of it than EU, says DUP's Dodds after Prime Minister meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Flying Parachute Regiment flags 'a hate crime', says Bloody Sunday relative: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Why signalling a willingness to let bygones be bygones doesn't mean the problems between the Prime Minister and Arlene Foster will suddenly evaporate: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

'Principle of consent has been dislodged in North – now all gains may be squandered': Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Education Authority not department took decision to drop Irish logo: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Derry businesswoman removed from award finalists list for 'not being from Ireland': Irish Independent
Gareth Cross

The Malign Incompetence of the British Ruling Class: New York Times
Pankaj Mishra

A semi-Brexit, with just England and Wales leaving the EU, is the solution: The Guardian
Kim Lane Scheppele

Thursday, January 17

DUP supporting government in national interest... but lessons need to be learned, says Arlene Foster after meeting Prime Minister May: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Deliver Brexit on basis of 'our shared priorities' says Dodds after no confidence motion defeated: ITV

Solution to 'disastrous' Brexit vote in the hands of Westminster, Taoiseach warns: Irish Mirror
Ferghal Blaney

Brexit – 'Private understanding' in Irish government that hard border now likely: The Independent
Jon Stone

Border checks on trade to follow no-deal Brexit – Coveney and Ross in private conversation caught on tape: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and Philip Ryan

Irish PM denies having secret no-deal Brexit plan for border checks: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Ministers criticise Shane Ross over suggestion of Border checks: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

DUP 'live in a fairytale world' over Brexit says Sinn Féin's O'Neill: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Brexit vote – MPs need to 'wake up' – Eastwood: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

SDLP adds voice to second referendum call by Labour MPs: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

We only ever had a hard border because of Republicans, claims DUP's Sammy Wilson: Irish Independent

German Brexit plan – keep calm and carry on: The Irish Times
Derek Scally

'Take no-deal Brexit off table', urge NI businesses: BBC
Jayne McCormack

PM utterly misread DUP, pushing them away: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Home Office 'flouting' the Good Friday Agreement: Irish World
Colin Gannon

Gregory Campbell blasts European Union 'expansionist empire': Derry Journal

Focus in Ireland, north and south, remains on the backstop: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

DUP has got its wish but now is time for party to tell us all exactly what it wants: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

Sylvia Hermon will always back the government in confidence votes. Here's why that matters: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

'No one wants Brexit, but we have to get real' – concerns raised over policing: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Seeing Brexit withdrawal agreement's defeat and humiliation of PM was political equivalent of sinking the lifeboats and clubbing a seal: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Brexit block – so many possible outcomes, so little time: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

De Gaulle was right – kick England out!: Belfast Media
Mark Langhammer

'Britain's impending departure from EU proves our future can't be guaranteed': Irish Independent
Dorcha Lee

Backstop meant that the Withdrawal Agreement had to fail: The News Letter

The Irish Times view on a no-deal Brexit – the worst-case scenario looms into view: The Irish Times

'Focus now for UK must be on avoiding no-deal crash-out': Irish Independent

Nightmare brexit defeat sees PM floundering to find an alternative: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit defeat – But we cannot give up hope: Irish Examiner

Arlene Foster's border comments spark nationalist anger: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP doubles down on Foster's claim that NI 'never' had hard border: The Irish Times
Jack Power and Vivienne Clarke

Parachute Regiment flags reported to police: Derry Journal

Unionist walkout at council as Sinn Féin mayor is accused: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Police unaware Jamie Bryson held journalistic credentials, court told: Belfast Telegraph

Colin Horner killing – Drama as four men are jailed for life: The News Letter

'Born again' Border Fox O'Hare conned me, admits Willie Frazer: Belfast Telegraph

Robert McGuinness killing – Solicitor says there are 'contradictions' in the evidence uncovered so far (Jan 14): Derry Now
Eamon Sweeney

Netflix Miami Showband massacre series coming soon: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Brexit must not disadvantage northern students in Republic, Belfast academic says: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Ministers to go abroad for St Patrick's Day despite Brexit: The Irish Times
Jennifer Bray

Wednesday, January 16

Brexit – Vote historic for wrong reasons says Arlene Foster: BBC

'We fought TERRORISTS to stay in UK!' DUP warning for eurocrats trying to break up UK: Daily Express
Thomas Hunt

DUP lawmaker claims 'no-deal' Brexit will see Brussels return to negotiations:
David Reid

Brexit – Sir Jeffrey Donaldson says no-deal scenario not threat to peace process: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Ireland to intensify preparations for a disorderly Brexit:
Daragh Brophy

Brexit – 'Economic consequences of no-deal Brexit cannot be ignored' – Elisha McCallion: Derry Now

Varadkar rejects claims of being secretive over Brexit: ITV

Government says vote increases chance of 'disorderly' Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Tanaiste reveals Ireland will have mutual citizenship with UK regardless of Brexit deal: Irish Mirror
Ferghal Blaney

Vast no-deal Brexit Bill will meet March 29th deadline, says Government: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Brexit – SF leader urges Leo Varadkar to 'stand firm' on backstop: The News Letter

Rights of Irish in Britain and British in Ireland protected from no-deal Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Irish border WILL remain open even in a No Deal Brexit: The Sun
Natasha Clark

Ross expects checks on lorries crossing Irish Border in no-deal Brexit: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Cross-border links vital as Brexit looms: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

'This hefty defeat drives the entire process right to brink of carnage': Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit defeat – Work together to find solution and avoid 'disaster' Northern Ireland businesses appeal to politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Brexit – Hardliners step up their resistance to hated Irish backstop: The Times
Henry Zeffman and Sam Coates

A 'No deal' will hit jobs and all-island economy: The News Letter

Northern Ireland prepares for worst-case Brexit scenario:
Neave Barker

'No deal' Brexit would have 'devastating economic consequences' in Ireland:
Órla Ryan

I get why Irish eyes aren't smiling on us. So go to Dublin, sink some Guinness and show them you care: London Evening Standard
Petroc Trelawny

'Keep Calm and Carry On message gets lost as Ross ventures off the Brexit script': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Brexit and the Border conundrum: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

'Our Government cannot allow Brexit charlatans to take us down with them as they sacrifice UK's future': Irish Independent
Colette Browne

Nobody wants to be left standing when the Brexit music finally stops: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

'Reality for UK may be a choice between no deal and no Brexit': Irish Independent
Peter Foster

EU would not accept clarifications, and nor should the UK: The News Letter

The Irish Times view on Theresa May's defeat – go back to the British people: The Irish Times

May's Brexit plan rejected – Vote showed a dangerous dysfunction: Irish Examiner

DUP's Arlene Foster – 'There was never a hard border in Ireland': Irish Independent
Jonathan Bell

Arlene Foster criticised over assertion that 'we never had a hard border':
Daragh Brophy

Appeal allowed in Raymond McCord jnr case: Irish News

Robert McGuinness killing – All witnesses at inquest on the shooting of Robert McGuinness say that he was not carrying a weapon (Jan 14): Derry Now
Eamon Sweeney

Robert McGuinness killing: Forensic report says victim was shot in the back whilst soldier says he 'aimed for the chest' (Jan 14): Derry Now
Eamon Sweeney

Stone must stay in prison until 2024, High Court rules: ITV

Some 1,400 sign up to anti-abortion TD Peadar Tóibín's party: The Irish Times
Jennifer Bray

Longford man jailed for putting bomb on bus during Queen's State visit begins appeal in Irish: Longford Leader
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Donations sought for UDR memorial plaque: Coleraine Times

DUP adviser told Stormont officials not to answer Irish News queries on FOI role: The Irish Times
Brendan Hughes

Ireland rejects Brussels plan to kill national vetoes on tax: The Irish Times
Joe Brennan