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Today's Northern Ireland News
Last Updated – November 20, 2018.

DUP abstain from crucial vote in warning over May's Brexit agreement: The Independent
Shehab Khan

'Government has not honoured bargain' – DUP's Wilson speaks after party abstains in Commons vote: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Tory-DUP relationship 'broken over Europe' – Ken Clarke: BBC
Stephen Walker

Brexit backstop gives NI too many advantages, says PM: BBC
John Campbell

Bradley warns no-deal Brexit will mean WTO customs checks in Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Key Brexit report on Northern Ireland should be published 'without delay' – Taoiseach: Irish Independent
Louise Kelly & Kevin Doyle

Lord Empey claims DUP has failed to protect Union: Belfast Telegraph

'We would be trapped' – Taoiseach comments show hard border never possible, says Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Brexit – Criticism of UFU intensifies over backing of deal: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Irish minister's Brexit reassurance meaningless, claims Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Arlene Foster urged to get down from 'Brexiteer high horse': Belfast Telegraph

Coveney praises 'steely' Theresa May for securing 'good deal for Britain': Belfast Telegraph

Foster – Border backstop is unnecessary EU 'negotiating tactic': The News Letter

'Deck is stacked against her – but PM still has cards left to play': Irish Independent
John Downing

How Brexit meets 2016 concerns of Foster and McGuinness: Irish Examiner
Brian Keegan

"Rather than owning a compromise which they have shaped the DUP prefers to look like its victim": TheDetail.tv
Matthew O'Toole

Whatever the final shape of Brexit, the principle of consent about Northern Ireland's constitutional future remains intact: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

What Brexit Britain really needs is a tactical genius like Joe Schmidt: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

What unionism needs now is clarity and cool-headed thinking: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Don't blame the Irish – the Brexit chaos is all about England: The Guardian
Fintan O'Toole

Ireland after Brexit – Extremists can't have the last word: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Britain's Got Talent posters removed from Belfast City Council after Union flag complaints from staff: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Nolan's documentary highlights injustice of Maguire Seven case: Belfast Telegraph

The Maguire Seven – 'A great British injustice': BBC

Sinn Féin accuse government of withholding legacy funding over Stormont deadlock: ITV

Ballymurphy inquest hears of priest's 'very heavily bloodstained vest': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Break for the Border – grocery shoppers heading North again: Irish Independent
John Mulligan

Sinn Féin lose challenge over sale of Raymond McCreesh Park: ITV

Narrow Water memorial vandalism, man remanded in custody: The Cross Examiner

Sinn Féin candidate Shauneen Baker tried to blow up Belfast airport as teenager: The Sunday Life
Sarah Henderson

Mary Lou McDonald to meet with Máiría Cahill over abuse case: TheJournal.ie
Michelle Hennessy

Mairia Cahill has 'no expectations' in meeting with Sinn Féin leader: Belfast Telegraph

More shoppers making grocery trips to Northern Ireland due to sterling weakness: Irish Independent
John Mulligan

North may serve as post-Brexit 'bridge' to EU, claims Retail NI: The Irish Times
Freya McClements & Gerry Moriarty

Backlash as SFA say only Israel and Scotland flags allowed in Hampden for big game: The Herald
Martin Williams

Brexit must not be 'false choice' between May deal and no deal, says Sturgeon: Belfast Telegraph

If Northern Ireland can get a special Brexit deal, so can Scotland: Scottish Daily Record
Ian Blackford

Monday, November 19

DUP and British government continue to clash over Brexit deal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ireland's deputy premier travels to Brussels for discussions over Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – DUP says choice between bad deal and right deal: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Bradley pushes deal to North's business chiefs: Irish Independent

Jeffrey Donaldson defiant on Brexit stance as businesses and farmers back Theresa May's withdrawal plan: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Bertie Ahern – Brexit deal addresses 'most' of Ireland's 'issues and positions' (Nov 14): Irish Examiner

Fresh concerns raised over controversial border security bill: Irish News
Connla Young

UK poll backs May on Brexit (Nov 18): Sunday Independent
David Wilcock

Theresa May defies Brexit 'Gang of Five' over Irish backstop: The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

DUP is wielding its influence over May in a huge gamble: The Irish Times
Katy Hayward

DUP facing intense pressure over Brexit deal stance: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

'Our Unionist neighbours can rest assured Republic has no hidden agenda around Brexit': Irish Independent
Heather Humphreys

Brexit – can you fix stupid?: RTE
Tommie Gorman

May government's Brexit aims were never achievable – they've been hunting a fantastical beast all along: Irish Examiner
Michael Keating

What lies ahead on Brexit rollercoaster: The Times
Lucinda Creighton

MPs need to support backstop as insurance against a hard border (Nov 16): Belfast Telegraph
Colum Eastwood

A People's Vote is the way forward for a sensible Brexit: Irish News
Steven Agnew

The DUP haven't learned their lesson – never trust the Tories: The National (Scotland)
Peter Geoghegan

'Coveney rightly calls out Sinn Féin's cynical abstention' (Nov 18): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

A set of relationships have been damaged... perhaps irretrievably (Nov 16): Belfast Telegraph
John Dunlop

'The worst Brexit outcome is now the most likely' (Nov 18): Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

Brexit pantomime would be funny except it's a tragedy: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

'Ireland can expect prosperity when Britain is in difficulty' (Nov 18): Sunday Independent
Karl Deeter

Brexit Blunder: The Times
Editorial

'Good case for a second Brexit vote': Irish Independent
Editorial

DUP's nightmare scenario looms: Irish News
Editorial

Competition launched to find Northern Ireland's next police ombudsman: Belfast Telegraph

Brother of Martin McGuinness joining ex Sinn Féin TD in new all Ireland pro-life republican party: Belfast Telegraph

'IRA' claim blaze guns not used to target police: Irish News
Connla Young

Report says Sinn Féin members 'did not cooperate' with police on investigation into Mairia Cahill abuse: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Mairia Cahill calls for meeting with SF leadership (Nov 18): Sunday Independent
Kevin Doyle

Prosecutors leave Bloody Sunday veterans in legal limbo (Nov 18): Sunday Telegraph
Robert Mendick

November 16, 1968 – the day Derry rumbled to sound of marching feet (Nov 16): Derry Journal
Sean McLaughlin

Christmas market sets up next to gravestones at Birmingham Cathedral: Birmingham Mail
Graham Young

As Dublin was bombed Ireland were a kick away from beating the All Blacks (Nov 14): The Irish Times
Keith Duggan

'Even in remembrance, conflict continues over wearing the poppy': Derry Journal
Terry Wright

Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody voices anger at political stalemate in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit is knocking the joy out of Christmas preparations: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

The Union has rarely looked so fragile: The National (Scotland)
Keith Brown

Pro-IRA graffiti spray-painted on Coatbridge war memorial and church sparks outrage: Scottish Daily Record
Nicholas Keyden

Sunday, November 18

Robin Swann – Irish government 'poked unionists in the eye': BBC
Jayne McCormack

Brexit – Lady Sylvia Hermon expects to meet PM over deal: BBC
Gareth Gordon

The DUP is exposed, clinging to pathetic 'No surrender' politics: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

Deal may not be perfect, but it's far preferable to hard Brexit scenario: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Irwin

'Don't be smug on Brexit – we are not learning its lessons': Irish Independent
Ben Tonra

North was always treated differently to rest of UK: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Apathy over Brexit vote and its aftermath is a factor that has led unionism to this grim pass: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Willie O'Dea 'aghast' at the 'comic-book' theatrics to Brexit by 'right wing' factions of UK Government and DUP (Nov 14): Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Intoxicated England needs to sober itself up (Nov 12): Irish Examiner
Suzanne Harrington

Poll shows big majority believes Brexit makes united Ireland more likely – yet unionists still support it, while republicans are against? Did I miss an email somewhere?: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Feargal Cochrane – Northern Ireland shouldn't be the sacrifice at the end of Brexit: The National (Scotland)
Roxanne Sorooshian

Leo Varadkar – 'Irish government wants to build bridges': BBC
Shane Harrison

Traumatised RUC officers pushed into the shadows – QC: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Gregory Campbell – 600% rise in proxy votes 'perverted democracy': Derry Journal

Loyalist attack accused Gibson and Rush remanded in custody: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

How a group of Tory MPs could stop Northern Irish families ever getting justice: New Statesman
Simon Jones

Seeking justice for Belfast's forgotten massacre: Sunday Independent
Kim Bielenberg

Out of the deep horror of conflict, did we see a glimmer of hope?: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Dublin 1974 bombings survivor – 'It needs to be talked about' (Nov 12): The Irish Times
Brian Hutton

McDonald issues legal threat over tweet: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

'Too many Churches have got mixed, wishy-washy messages ... what the people need is a clear lead' (Oct 27): Belfast Telegraph
William Anderson

Martin McGuinness's brother Declan backs pro-life Peadar Tóibín's party: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

Hatred of Windsor Park in 1993 has softened to pantomime: The Irish Times
Michael Walker

Sinn Féin leader lays wreath for Irish soldiers who died in world wars: BBC

Ireland needs to remember its World War I heroes: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
John Spain

Stormont drops challenge over A5 Derry to Tyrone road project due to lack of minister (Nov 15): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Gerry Adams cook book video published on YouTube as former Sinn Féin president appears in ad (Nov 13): Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Stay In: The Times
Editorial

Saturday, November 17

Theresa May admits DUP may not back Brexit deal: The Guardian
Jessica Elgot

Government has 'no hidden agenda' on Brexit: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

'Difficult to avoid hard Border with no Brexit deal' – Varadkar admits: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn and Claire Fox

Ulster Unionist Party slates 'brash behaviour' by Taoiseach: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Coveney wants Sinn Féin in Commons for Brexit vote: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Sinn Féin leader says party will not save Theresa May's Brexit deal by taking seats at Westminster: The Independent
Rebecca Black

Business groups set to deliver unprecedented attack on DUP: Irish News
Gary McDonald

'We need a new leader who can command DUP's respect', says leading Tory Brexiteer: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

'Varadkar got his deal – but it might be too good to be true': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Businesses believe this is a Brexit compromise deal that will work: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

Foster annoyed at NI business leaders' support for Brexit deal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ulster Unionist leader blasts inclusion of backstop in withdrawal agreement as a 'monumental error in judgement': Belfast Telegraph

PSNI are 'not overplaying Brexit border threat': BBC
Chris Page

Brexit – How the deal was done: RTE
Tony Connelly

Backstop must be maintained and protected: Irish News
Mary Lou McDonald

My party can't support deal that handcuffs us to Europe: Belfast Telegraph
Diane Dodds

Northern Ireland – Brexit battle between politics and pragmatism: News.Sky.com
David Blevins

Break for the Border? Brexit turmoil sends ripples of hope and fear through North: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

FT – unionists 'right to be concerned' about Brexit: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

We have no right to be smug about the Brexit fiasco: The Times
Shane Coleman

DUP have failed unionism by backing the Conservatives... and we could all pay for it: Belfast Telegraph
Steve Aiken

'Ireland's fate is now inextricably linked to that of the UK prime minister': Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Theresa the Tenacious has to be admired for fighting spirit: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Lest we forget – Europe will really miss the UK: The Times
Lise Hand

Jamie Bryson wins temporary court order to prevent investigators examining seized computer equipment: Irish News

Man shot in 'paramilitary-style' attack in Londonderry: Belfast Telegraph

Paramilitary style attack leaves man with 'life-changing' injuries: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Raymond McCord says judicial questioning has brought new hope of criminal charges: Irish News

Discovery of dissident weapons haul in boiler house proof these thugs hold absolutely no regard for safety of public: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

West Belfast New IRA guns 'used in previous attacks on PSNI': Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

PSNI find weapons haul on top of hot boiler which caught fire in Belfast: Irish Examiner

Weapons discovery a serious setback to dissident republicans: Irish News
Editorial

Derry's key civil rights march recalled 50 years on: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Unquestioning remembrance obscures truth that WW1 was a futile conflict with no winners: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Republic fans booing God Save the Queen a 'disgrace', says Sinn Féin TD: Belfast Telegraph

Fans condemn 'disgraceful' attack on two Northern Ireland supporters outside Aviva Stadium: Irish Mirror
Stephen Larkin Gavin Quinn

Young Irish footballers could be hit hardest by Brexit: The Times
Gabriele Marcotti

Ireland to remain open door to UK for EU citizens post-Brexit: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Totally bored with Brexit? Bamboozled by the backstop? Believe me, you are not alone: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

'Colombia was inspired by the Irish peace process': Irish Independent
Conor Kane

Friday, November 16

Theresa May – There will be no Brexit deal without Irish backstop: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Brexit – Jeffrey Donaldson says DUP-Tory pact review if deal passes Parliament: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Theresa May claims 'DUP working with us': The News Letter

DUP compares Brexit threat to Northern Ireland to IRA campaign: Belfast Telegraph

Pro-Remain Northern Ireland parties 'positive' after meeting with Taoiseach: Irish Examiner

Brexit – Unionists must do everything possible to defeat this pernicious deal, says Jim Allister: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Robin Swann 'cheap in the extreme' in attacks on DUP, says Ian Paisley in call for unionist unity: Belfast Telegraph

Coveney denies accusation of triumphalism in Dublin: The News Letter

Falls and Shankill agree – Brexit is a shambles: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

UFU call on DUP to back Brexit deal: The News Letter
David Young

Draft Brexit deal better than no deal, say NI business leaders: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Commitment to human rights and equality enshrined in EU/UK 'deal': Irish News
Mairead Holland

Gloss comes off Irish Government's Brexit backstop victory: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Brexit deal reaction – 'It's still not clear if what lies beyond is a smooth exit lane or an abyss': Irish Examiner
Eamon Quinn, Geoff Percival, and Pádraig Hoare

'Brexit 'the new climate change' – the solution is obvious, but too difficult': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Brexit – DUP 'has failed to protect Union and has left us in a terrible mess': The News Letter
Duncan Elder

DUP MPs and not Arlene Foster drive party's Brexit agenda: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Theresa May has ruthlessly but reluctantly felt she had to jettison unionism in Northern Ireland: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Tories throw unionism under the bus once again: The Irish Times
Alex Kane

Like James Molyneaux, the DUP has found to its cost that Albion behaves in unpredictable ways: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Why unionists should now push to remain in the EU: Belfast Telegraph
Arthur Aughey

Back PM on Brexit because Corbyn risks united Ireland: The News Letter
Lord Feldman

'A hard exit now looks the most likely outcome – and it'll deliver a cruel sucker punch to these sectors of Irish economy': Irish Independent
David Chance

Brexit should not have been this complicated ... it was only in EU's interest to muddy the waters over Irish border: Belfast Telegraph
Austen Morgan

The defeat of the EU withdrawal deal is the first imperative: The News Letter
Editorial

Northern Ireland can benefit from Brexit, but only if we're flexible: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Brexit referendum – Second poll would halt the chaos: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Paul Givan slams Sinn Féin petition opposing Union and NI flags: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Jamie Bryson mistakes Munster flag for 'masked terrorist' at football match: The News Letter
Andrew Quinn

Dissidents blamed for Derry gun attack: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Concern over 'increase' in paramilitary-style attacks in Derry: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Is a little known legal process set to play a key role in legacy cases?: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Trial of facts – how the process works: TheDetail.tv
Barry McCaffrey

Ballymurphy inquest – Coroner reports tweet: BBC
Will Leitch

Ballymurphy Massacre inquest – Soldiers 'mocked daughter' as she frantically searched for missing father: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Sinn Féin censored me, insists Tóibín as he quits to form party: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin and Kevin Doyle

Simon Coveney hits out at 'idiots' who booed God Save the Queen at Northern Ireland match: TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

Thank you, President Trump for backing an Irish visa scheme we need desperately: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James O'Shea

Our fears came true – Ireland has moved towards European army: The News Letter
Roger Cole

Sturgeon – Brexit chaos makes independence case stronger every day: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

Thursday, November 15

Draft Brexit deal prevents a hard Border in Ireland: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Irish PM heralds 'pretty good' day as he secures Brexit guarantee: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

'EU has given UK a punishment beating' – Sammy Wilson says PM would not survive Commons vote loss: Belfast Telegraph

Foster accuses Irish Government of being Brexit aggressor: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brexit deal – There must be no ambiguity over Northern Ireland's position, says UUP chief Swann: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle Devane

Northern Ireland parties turn on DUP after 'flawed' Brexit plan is pushed through: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Tánaiste – Brexit negotiations a success but Mrs May will now need to be 'tough, persuasive and resilient' if deal is to survive: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Proposed Brexit deal will be put to Dáil vote – Taoiseach: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and John Downing

Irish opposition leader 'dismayed' by DUP response to Brexit proposal: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Dublin-unionism relations at lowest ebb for 20 years, says Martin: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Civil servants told to stop including DUP in Brexit emails as partnership with Conservatives crumbles: Belfast Telegraph
Joe Watts

'Ministers held their breath as UK went into deal meltdown': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

'I cannot support this agreement' – Commons backlash begins as Northern Ireland minister quits: Irish Independent

DUP perceives Brexit deal as threat to the union – before seeing text: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Border 'a ficticious problem' Dutch expert tells MPs: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Brexit deal commits UK to indefinite stay in customs union: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

The country must now look to Parliament to solve this Brexit mess: Belfast Telegraph
Dennis Kennedy

In the current situation unlikely hero Theresa May is our best hope: Irish News
John Manley

Britain faces chaos if it rejects 'only deal on table', says Coveney: The Irish Times
Brian Hutton

'Theresa May now faces biggest test yet in getting 'her deal' pushed through: Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit deal – Honeyed words, fudge and ambiguity make for a recipe sure to be hard for DUP to digest: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

No-deal exit would hit growth in Ireland more than any other country, warns IMF: Irish Independent
David Chance

How the Brexit withdrawal deal would limit damage to Ireland: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

'Deal is a dog's dinner – but it's the best thing on the menu': Irish Independent
Peter Foster

British people voted to reject the Brussels vision of a new United States of Europe: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

No wonder unionists are nervous about backstop – they remember the Anglo Irish Agreement: The News Letter
Feargal Cochrane

Why prospect of Brexit backstop could mean the best of both worlds here: Belfast Telegraph
Jane Morrice

Editorials

Micheal Martin says risk of SDLP split a consideration in merger talks: Belfast Telegraph

Michéal Martin hopes to conclude Fianna Fáil/SDLP merger talks 'soon': Irish News
John Manley

Man shot in legs in "vicious and brutal" paramilitary attack: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Paisley recalls unionist fury on anniversary of Anglo Irish Agreement: Irish News
Allison Morris

Inquest hears how death of mother-of-eight during Ballymurphy massacre 'destroyed' her family: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Veteran who urged ex-soldiers to boycott Ballymurphy process may face action: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

McGurk's Bar relative claims RUC worked 'hand in glove' with UVF and UVF to protect the killers: Irish News
Connla Young

O'Loan's fury as Welsh offer Northern Ireland women free abortions despite public's opposition in survey: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – Scottish Tory warns of 'sleepwalking into break-up of Union': The News Letter
Duncan Elder

SNP to vote against Brexit deal as Sturgeon demands same status as Northern Ireland: The Scotsman
Hillary Duncanson

Wednesday, November 14

Taoiseach welcomes breakthrough in Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

DUP MP – No-one has compromised Government's Brexit position more than itself: The News Letter

Brexit – Mixed political reaction to Brexit text: BBC

Arlene Foster says DUP will 'oppose deal which weakens Union' as text on how to manage Irish border 'agreed': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Many wouldn't stand for this! DUP could vote down 'unacceptable' deal over Irish border: Daily Express
Tom Nellist

White flags have gone up: Brexit deal a betrayal of the union and handing Dublin power over Northern Ireland – Johnson and Rees-Mogg slam draft text: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin 'won't take up seats to help push through Brexit deal': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Bertie Ahern – Government must back May to 'avoid chaos': The Irish Times
Aine McMahon

Brexit – Theresa May set to be forced to reveal secret legal advice behind Irish border backstop plan: The Independent
Rob Merrick

Brexit – 'No-deal scenario worse for NI than backstop': BBC
John Campbell

'Numbers simply don't add up to get deal through UK parliament': Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit breakthrough – UK handcuffed to EU with Brussels holding the keys and Northern Ireland dependent on Dublin, says DUP's Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Varadkar treads fine line between overreach and triumph on Brexit deal: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

May made a mistake framing backstop in constitutional terms: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Farry

The DUP's overreaching on Brexit could lead to a united Ireland: The Guardian
Dawn Foster

There's no need for an Irish hard border – it's just a barrier put up by scaremongers: The Sun
Kate Hoey

Here's what Theresa May has just agreed on Northern Ireland. And no, the DUP won't like it: The Spectator
Robert Peston

Britain is forfeiting its place in the world: The Times
Eamon Delaney

Brexit poll results are food for thought: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Are you being served? NIO tight-lipped on Secretary of State's time in Northern Ireland: TheDetail.tv
Maresa Fagan

Bertie Ahern says Good Friday Agreement can help safeguard Anglo-Irish relations: Irish News

DUP's Gavin Robinson complains of breach of Good Friday Agreement – which party opposed: Irish News

Mary Lou McDonald defends missing Presidential inauguration for €400-a-plate New York fundraiser: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Lisburn flags issue hoped to be resolved amid ongoing meetings: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Daubing of INLA graffiti on Derry mural promoting education slammed: Derry Journal

PSNI arrest over 'vicious paramilitary-style attack' in Turf Lodge: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Gripping ebbs and flows of Belfast IRA: Belfast Media
Michael Jackson

'Whether you agree with wearing a poppy or not, it's only right that we honour a generation of young Irishmen killed in foreign fields': Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Ballymurphy inquest – Claims UVF sniper fired at civilians: BBC
Will Leitch

Ex-soldiers snub inquest into Ballymurphy killings: The Times
Cate McCurry

Cross-party delegation of Senators offer support for Ballymurphy families: The News Letter
Cate McCurry

Police accused of creating false McGurk's Bar IRA claim: Irish News
Connla Young

'Narrative that hasn't been heard': Irish Echo
Peter McDermott

Council to host Irish and Ulster-Scots events (Nov 7): Derry Journal

'A concise and topical guide to the Irish Border for bewildered Brits': The Irish Times
Ivan Gibbons

NI prepare to face Republic in Dublin friendly: ITV

James McClean will play against Northern Ireland despite fear of abuse: Daily Telegraph
Luke Edwards

Draft Brexit deal 'must be shared' with Scottish ministers: BBC

Tuesday, November 13

62% in North believe Brexit makes united Ireland a more likely prospect: Irish Examiner

Pro-Remain parties urging EU to stay firm on Ireland border 'backstop': Belfast Telegraph
David Hughes

I won't agree a Brexit deal that compromises referendum result, says May: Belfast Telegraph

Simon Coveney praises EU 'solidarity' as Theresa May faces more Tory revolt – how Brexit unfolded today: TheJournal.ie
Stephen McDermott

Brexit: Theresa May on 'kamikaze run' with her plans, says Sammy Wilson: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Gordon Brown says Brexit 'power grab' is a risk to the Union: The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

Sinn Féin could influence Brexit outcome... if they took their seats instead of engaging in stunt politics: DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Senior republican figure Bobby Storey under threat from 'criminal elements': Belfast Telegraph

Police attacked after Remembrance Sunday church-goers pelted with fireworks: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin and IRSP to share unity vote platform: Irish News
Connla Young

Maguire family speak of lasting trauma of wrongful Guildford arrests: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ballymurphy inquest: Soldiers called to give evidence: BBC
Will Leitch

'Unjustified and indiscriminate use of force' caused Ballymurphy Massacre, court hears: Irish Independent
Cate McCurry

Birmingham bomb campaigner: 'I chose not to have children because of Maxine. The thought of losing a child... I'm not strong enough for that': Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

John Downey among attendance at 10th anniversary ceremony in south Donegal: Donegal Democrat
Matt Britton

Trump expected to visit Ireland before he launches his bid for a second term: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

President Trump can deliver a real peace to Northern Ireland with just one move: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

'Use the bit of Irish that you have...that keeps the language alive': TheJournal.ie
Andrew Roberts

UVF killer sat on group which awarded £881,000 from Social Investment Fund to his own project: Irish News
Allison Morris

Belfast woman with Irish passport and US husband told she needs proof to live in UK: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Freya Drohan

Convicted rapist was member of UVF-linked government-funded justice group: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Restoration plan for Milltown Cemetery's republican plot: Irish News

New Zealand opens first Irish embassy in Dublin in preparation for Brexit: Irish Mirror
Aoife Moore

No EU deal could block all-island healthcare: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

If we are heading for an EU army what does that mean for Irish neutrality?: TheJournal.ie
Luke Ming Flanagan


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