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Wednesday, December 15

Off to Dublin in the green for West MP: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Man accused of 'primary role' in Ardoyne violence: Belfast Telegraph

O'Loan back in for third term as DPP chairman: Ballymena Times

Body on beach one of the Disappeared: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Two held over 1973 teenager killing: Belfast Telegraph

Chip shop owner Alfredo Fusco 'shot through door': BBC

Widow's plea for information four decades on: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Stormont Executive approves budget cut plan: Belfast Telegraph

Too many snouts in Stormont's trough (Dec 12): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

PMS lifeline reliant on budget agreement (Dec 8): The News Letter

SF says it does not want 'new lord lieutenant': The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

I'm putting my money on a new political movement: The Irish Times
Elaine Byrne

Anti-terror garda is new Commissioner: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Demo police discuss NI cannons option: UTV Internet

Support for independence at highest in three years (Dec 13): The Scotsman
Andy Philip

Wikileaks

Sinn Fein leaders 'must come clean': The News Letter

Wikileaks revisited (Dec 13): BBC
Mark Devenport

Adams' past could be a big drawback in future: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Pressure on Sinn Fein after leaks: The News Letter
Editorial

WikiLeaks cables – Patrick Finucane inquiry called for after revelations: Guardian.co.uk
Owen Bowcott

Fianna Fail chiefs eyed all-Ireland election bid: Belfast Telegraph
Elaine Loughlin

Tuesday, December 14

Sheehan 'proud to have been in IRA': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin selects Adams to contest Louth constituency: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

SF 'advance' in budget delay: The News Letter

Deal on the budget may be reached within days: Belfast Telegraph

Budget talk: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Sinn Féin needs Labour to mess up if it wants to grow (Dec 12): Sunday Business Post

Can Sinn Féin make a breakthrough in Ireland?: Guardian.co.uk
Michael White

Victims bill sparks Stormont row: UTV Internet

Pipe bomb attack was 'attempted murder': The News Letter

'Exploded pipe bomb' found in Killyleagh: UTV Internet

How God gave strength to murdered MP's widow: The News Letter

New witnesses emerge in Garda collusion inquiry (Dec 12): Sunday Business Post
John Burke

Tory sues Belfast's Federation of Small Businesses for discrimination: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Elliott slams Stormont 'winding up' grant: UTV Internet

SF unhappy with Labour doubts about Derry-Tyrone road: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Let's soldier on with Dole Army: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Many developers in North may have no choice but to go down the Nama route: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Scotland, the Irish, 'sectarianism' and racism (Dec 13): Caledonian Mercury
Phil Mac Giolla Bhain

Wikileaks

WikiLeaks raid claim no surprise – Robinson: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Ahern stands by Adams bank raid claim: Irish Independent
Áine Kerr

Adams and Ahern urged to reveal robbery information: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Historic talks hit obstacle they couldn't overcome: Irish Independent
Áine Kerr

WikiLeaks blows dust layer off dubious past of SF: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Can you believe anything that comes out of this man's mouth?: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

Northern Bank robbery finished IRA: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Role of journalism – Opinion not always fact: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Serious new questions for Adams: Evening Herald
Editorial

Gerry Adams welcomes 'MI5 offer' to disclose files on Pat Finucane murder: Guardian.co.uk
Nicholas Watt

British security services 'must hand over' Finucane files now: Irish Independent
Áine Kerr

Will David Cameron now sanction an inquiry into the murder of Pat Finucane?: Guardian.co.uk
Nicholas Watt

Monday, December 13

PSNI and gardai to join forces on crime: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Cross-Border policing to combat terror threat: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Cross-border police co-operation hailed: Belfast Telegraph

Pipe bomb attack at Antrim home of PUP's Ken Wilkinson: BBC

Bombers 'bring nothing but misery': Belfast Telegraph

Orange hall attacked in Beragh: UTV Internet

Fermanagh priest calls for grave exhumation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

No game of chance, but one question left unanswered: Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Worldwide campaign aims to raise $100m for Irish causes: The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe

Business chiefs in call for tax cut: Belfast Telegraph

Days of genuflection: The Irish Times
Editorial

Nice reliable Protestants could set us on an even keel: The Irish Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

Council to discuss UK's loan to Ireland: RTE

Sinn Féin's Gerry Adams calls on Irish Government to vote against the IMF/EU bailout: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cathy Hayes

Alliance of political rivals can save the nation again: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

The bail-out gouges Irish taxpayers to prop up the euro – Britain should play no part in this shakedown: Telegraph.co.uk
Daniel Hannan

Special Investigation – English Defence League and the hooligans spreading hate on the High Street: Daily Mail
Paul Bracchi And Tim Stewart

Britain to take major step towards written constitution: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope

Wikileaks

WikiLeaks cables – MI5 offered files on Finucane killing to inquiry: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt and Owen Bowcott

WikiLeaks cable describes legacy of distrust left by Finucane killing: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Wikileaks – SF leaders knew of bank robbery: RTE

Ahern was 'convinced' Adams knew of bank raid: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Adams rejects Wikileaks claims: IrishTimes.com
Gerry Moriarty

WikiLeaks cables: IRA used Irish boom to turn 'respectable': Guardian.co.uk
Nicholas Watt

Plugging the Leaks (Dec 2): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Sunday, December 12

Victim definition bill is thwarted: The News Letter

Lisburn branch chair quits UUP: Ulster Star

Machiavellian move kills NI Tories (Dec 9): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Masked gang beat men with baseball bats in Belfast: BBC

Council plays an Ulster-Scots tune in 'sister cities' shindig: Belfast Media

Falls Gaeltacht expands with helping hand from the DUP: Belfast Media
Grainne McWilliams

'Republican Rudolph' sparks festive anger: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Getting into the Christmas flag spirit: Belfast Media

Paisley 'Spitting Image' puppet at London auction (Dec 7): BBC

FAI target England game early in 2012: Sunday Independent
Dion Fanning

David Cameron will send 'temp' to the Vatican after Ann Widdecombe's rejection (Dec 11): Daily Telegraph
Richard Eden

Saturday, December 11

Sinn Féin & two Independents form Dáil group: RTE

SF and left-wing Independents set to burst out of blocs: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Political review – I'd like to be a quarter the man my father was: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Politicians 'failing' Troubles victims: Belfast Telegraph

Terrorist activity 'played down' – Police Federation: BBC

Arrest over Ardoyne dissident gun find: UTV Internet

Man held over north Belfast guns find released: BBC

Paper fights 'Johnny Adair lair' privacy case: Belfast Telegraph

Why must our jails have more pros than cons? (Dec 9): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Seán South of Garryowen's nephew may run for Dáil (Dec 9): Limerick Post
Colum Coomey

Ireland has seen value of grown-up politics too late: Belfast Telegraph
Kevin Myers

English FA denies Republic of Ireland friendly plan: BBC

FAI confirm talks with England: The Irish Times
Mary Hannigan

Artist banned by Ulster Museum has Irish works bought by Tate (Dec 6): Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

WikiLeaks – Pope's offer to Anglicans risked 'violence against Catholics': The Guardian
Heather Brooke, Andrew Brown and Robert Booth

Britain's Catholic ambassador to the Vatican talked alarmist nonsense about the Pope's offer to Anglicans, WikiLeaks reveals: Telegraph.co.uk
Damian Thompson

Friday, December 10

Adams red-faced after adopted county bars him from casting vote: Irish Independent
Elaine Keogh and Michael Brennan

Adams departure is bloodless coup d'etat: The News Letter
Norman Baxter

Sinn Féin 'not getting carried away' with latest opinion-poll surge: Mayo News
Anton McNulty

UUP reveals Council line-up: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

From unity to discord... the UUP has an identity crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Owen Polley

What more do liberals want from Elliott?: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Unionist line of Londonderry Mayors 'not under threat': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Pair accused of killing British soldiers in barracks to stand trial: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Suspect in IRA probe is bailed: Evening Herald

Catholic education not about segregation, says Northern bishop: Irish Independent
Dan Keenan

Commons discuss Ballymurphy killings: UTV Internet

Who did murder our dad? (Dec 6): Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Draft budget must be sorted out soon: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Robinson praises EU help during Troubles: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

AIB – a bonus that beggars belief: Guardian.co.uk
Nils Pratley

Stop the Irish bonus pot: Daily Express
Editorial

Fresh concerns over A5 following Labour comments: HighlandRadio.com

Changing times in Republic: The News Letter
Editorial

England v Ireland – Three Lions to Thai up Dublin date: Daily Star
Duncan Wright

Cardinal Keith O'Brien hits out at anti-Catholic hate: Daily Record
Torcuil Crichton

Orange Order issues warning after council passes new parades policy: The Herald
David Leask

Thursday, December 9

Tories persuaded to keep UUP link: The News Letter

NI Tory party chair Irwin Armstrong to resign: BBC

No wonder Flash Harry wanted to break free from tired old UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

What now for Tories in Northern Ireland?: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Loyalist riots in Rathcoole cost £80k: Belfast Telegraph

Dad convicted of IRA charge: Evening Herald

Ex-MLA bids to be Orange leader: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP leader Ritchie's u-turn on political donations promise (Dec 7): Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Anger as council agrees £1M for 'Unionist events' (Dec 6): Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Mark Durkan calls for Ballymurphy killings inquiry: BBC

Ballymurphy shootings – Minister rules out inquiry: Belfast Telegraph

Victims start petition (Dec 6): Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

How vigilance keeps bias out of workplace: Belfast Telegraph
Bob Collins

20% of motorists to shop across the border: RTE

McGimpsey blames SF for budget deadlock: BBC

Draft budget must be sorted out soon: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Robinson and McGuinness meet Jose Manuel Barroso: BBC

NI finance minister – Corporation tax cut 'totally unattractive': BBC

Irish budget may be 'good for province': The News Letter

The Embassy calls it correctly: Irish Post
Editorial

Osborne – Vote on Irish loan next week: Irish Examiner
Brian O'Mahony

Osborne – Ireland bailout could cost British taxpayers over £7 billion: Daily Mail
Tim Shipman

FAI shelve plans for joint Euro U-21 bid: Irish Independent
Daniel McDonnell

Wednesday, December 8

Former UVF prisoner joins DUP: The News Letter

Ex-UVF prisoner Sandford joins DUP: Belfast Telegraph

No Paisleys on DUP's new officer team: The News Letter

Elliott wants Tories to shut NI branch: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

UUP 'must address why members left': The News Letter

Hill 'humbled' to be chosen by UUP to fight Lagan Valley: Ulster Star

Sinn Fein wrong on police numbers: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Loyalists meet Adams over parades: The News Letter

Hopes high of UVF standdown (Dec 2): Belfast Media

Crowbar pulled through the heel of attack victim: Belfast Media
Kevin McAnena

Equality report: Catholic workforce continues to rise: BBC

Parties fight to keep financial backers secret: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

'Murph families to visit America for support: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

HET report gives family information on soldiers death: BBC

Family's final salute to soldier: Belfast Telegraph

Daughter's letter to McGurk's getaway driver: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Prison Transfers Were All One-Way (Dec 6): (from the Andersonstown News)
Danny Morrison

Government warned not to 'mess with' royal allegiance: BBC

Treasury accused of 'goalpost move': Belfast Telegraph

UUP fury over NIE takeover: Belfast Telegraph

Border no barrier to chill on economy as North anxiously awaits blows from budget: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

A united Ireland will make sense on all fronts: Belfast Telegraph
Mitchel McLaughlin

Don't feel too sorry for the Irish: Telegraph.co.uk
Jeremy Warner

Ireland should leave the euro: Financial Times
Megan Greene

Cowen says he will lead FF into election: The Irish Times
Brendan McDaid

Sacked referees' chief Hugh Dallas is to appeal against his dismissal by the Scottish Football Association: Daily Telegraph
Roddy Forsyth

Dallasgate and the man with no name (Dec 6): Caledonian Mercury
Phil Mac Giolla Bhain

Tuesday, December 7

1,000 more frontline police needed: The News Letter
Mark Rainey & Sara Girvin

Adams makes final Stormont address: UTV Internet

Mairtin O'Muilleoir to represent SF in south Belfast: BBC

Shinners need to think grey: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

UUP Conference – Leader says his party can become a 'franchise' for Tories: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

News Letter analysis of UUP conference: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UUP Conference – While Elliott ticked the boxes, chairman hit the nails on head: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

"A total shambles": BBC
Mark Devenport

Paisley denies paramilitary links: UTV Internet

The last laugh: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Ex-prisoners 'receive millions from Europe': The News Letter
Mark Rainey and Philip Bradfield

Stadium solution: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Talks on Ardoyne parades flashpoint agreed: Belfast Telegraph

Now we can reshape human rights body: The News Letter
Jeffrey Dudgeon

United Left Alliance to run in 14 constituencies: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Ireland Feels Pain of Crisis in Its Purse and Its Soul: New York Times
John F. Burns

More than a third of Irish voters want to rejoin the pound: Telegraph.co.uk
Daniel Hannan

Europe is in crisis. Britain cannot stay aloof (Dec 5): The Observer
Editorial

Town unites against the Goverment's sectarian 'slur' sent to Scottish schools (Dec 5): Sunday Herald
Catriona Stewart

Monday, December 6

Policing Board's Maskey says PSNI has enough officers: BBC

UDA chief – United unionism would deny Sinn Fein top post: Belfast Telegraph

UUP leader Tom Elliott set to hold Conservative talks: BBC

'Carve-up' by Sinn Féin and DUP is not working, Elliott tells delegates: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

'Flash Harry' fires a parting shot at the UUP: Belfast Telegraph

Lundy parade passes peacefully: Derry Journal

Gerard Evans finally laid to rest after 31 years (Dec 5): Sunday Tribune
Suzanne Breen

Disappeared man's killers 'played God', says cardinal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Beacon of hope (Nov 29): Belfast Media
Editorial

Number of Irish people joining British army shoots up (Dec 5): Sunday Tribune
Conor McMorrow

Spending time across the border pays off (Dec 5): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Mural marks women's role in Ulster history (Dec 3): The News Letter

Secular future would be just as conformist (Dec 4): The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Religious card's a joker (Dec 5): Scotland on Sunday
Dani Garavelli

Scotland finds its feet – Is this first step to independence? (Dec 2): The Herald
Iain MacWhirter

The new 'tartan taxes' (Dec 5): Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Sunday, December 5

Number of PSNI officers fell too quickly – Matt Baggott: BBC

UUP leader Elliott 'no dinosaur': UTV Internet

From the Ramada to the Waterfront: BBC
Mark Devenport

Troubled backdrop to UUP conference: The News Letter

What I'd say to the UUP: Belfast Telegraph

Freddie Mercury tribute act quits UUP (Dec 3): UTV Internet

Why Queen tribute singer Flash Harry wants to break free... from the UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Party 'gives voice to working class': The News Letter

Funeral of Gerry Evans takes place in Armagh: RTE

Cardinal condemns Evans' killers: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein should never be able to escape Jean McConville's ghost: Guardian.co.uk
Amanda Foreman

Brace yourselves for Adams in the Aras: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

SF swing can make Gilmore Taoiseach: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Labor/Sinn Fein alliance --could Ireland elect an all left-wing government?: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Fianna Fail will reap as it sowed: Evening Herald
Editorial

Soldiers fly the Cuckoo's Nest: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Bomb squad now being called out six times a week: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Woman faces firearm charge: UTV Internet

Ardoyne parade passes off peacefully: The News Letter

Parties 'must agree over budget': Belfast Telegraph

Budgeting for a healthy economic future: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Europe shouldn't pick at Ireland's bones: The Observer
Nick Cohen

In Ireland, There's an All-Too-Familiar Gloom: New York Times
Graham Bowley

The Catholic church is out of touch with modern Scotland: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Orange Order plan legal action against bid to limit parades: Sunday Herald

Scots Tories says Cameron's plans are a 'drift towards independence': Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Speak your ain leid, but don't get disjaskit if it's no' understood: Sunday Herald
Tom Shields

Saturday, December 4

UUP to hold conference: BBC

DUP 'may review' double-jobbing move: UTV Internet

Prestigious posts for Lagan Valley MP: Ulster Star

SDLP veterans speak out about party disarray: Impartial Reporter

Robinson and Sinn Fein in budget deadline row: Belfast Telegraph

Every vote counts – but what are we voting for?: Belfast Telegraph
Jenny Watson

NI pair remanded over Dundalk mortar: UTV Internet

Controlled explosions in west Belfast: BBC

Fears over Lundy clashes: Derry Journal

"Disappeared" family of Gerry Evans prepare funeral: BBC

Our nation is ready to start reconciling remembrance: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Atwood

FF's damage limitation is now disaster management: Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Rumours of huge Fianna Fáil exodus greatly exaggerated: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Sinn Féin rally hit by big freeze: UTV Internet

McCartan 'regrets' 2012 Olympic fallout: BBC

Comedians must start reflecting our darker real-life local humour (Dec 1): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Lambeg drum tunes up for epic journey (Nov 24): The News Letter

Falling out of love with the EU: The Irish Times
Derek Scally

Soap opera surrounding Hugh Dallas episode reeks of nasty opportunism (Dec 3): Daily Telegraph
Roddy Forsyth

Denmark submits claim over disputed territory: RTE

Friday, December 3

Elliott declined GAA member's support: The News Letter

UUP leader Elliott 'here to stay': UTV Internet

Leading role taken on by 'reluctant' politician: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UCUNF spent most on May election: UTV Internet

150 officers to move to station duty: UTV Internet

Four in court over mortar seizure in Louth: RTE

Suspect 'part of dissident gun gang': Belfast Telegraph

Hopes high of UVF standdown: Belfast Media

Sinn Fein defends MPs move in 2011 NI Assembly election: BBC

Campaigner backs families over display: The News Letter

Troubles obligations costing police: Belfast Telegraph

Republicans urged 'to own up to sins': The News Letter

Saville set up to satisfy Dublin, Nationalists and US: Londonderry Sentinel

Diplomats wait on leaked Belfast cables: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Wikileaks and us: BBC
Mark Devenport

The Hypocrisy of Peter King: CounterPunch
Ed Moloney

TUV slams McGuinness 'peace talk': The News Letter

'Not the Ireland that the volunteers of Kilmichael fought for' – McGuinness: Southern Star
Frank O Donovan

Sinn Féin surpasses FF support in survey: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Planning is at kernel of democracy: The News Letter
Editorial

Costs of Londonderry road would rise significantly if postponed to 2016: Londonderry Sentinel

Alex Salmond says SFA was right to sack Hugh Dallas, but tells of sympathy for referees: The Scotsman
Scott MacNab

Thursday, December 2

Gardai swoop to foil terror attack in the North: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Fourth arrest over Dundalk mortar: BBC

Oglaigh na hEireann is now the main threat: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Brady

RIRA killers were Whacker Duffy minders: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

'No paramilitaries' involved in Cullybackey fracas – DPP told: Ballymena Times

Man is shot in both legs: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Men chased in 'sectarian' assault: BBC

Three men suffer broken noses in sectarian attack: Londonderry Sentinel

Stormont spends £200K on bilingual translation: BBC

Irish translation 'a shocking waste of money': The News Letter

How the cold house has thawed out for Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Economy, not unity, is Irish priority: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Ardoyne man Michael McLarnon innocent, HET report finds: BBC

Flying of St George's flag justified – Poots: The News Letter

Province safe and open for business: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

MP links prisoner transfer to British loan for Ireland: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Test shows shopping in south cheaper: Irish Examiner
Jennifer Hough

God save us from those determined to do right by the country: The Irish Times
David Adams

Anti-Catholicism still rife in Scotland: Irish Post

Support for independence hits a new low: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Scotland finds its feet – Is this first step to independence?: The Herald
Iain MacWhirter

Who needs a referendum on our independence with these new levers to pull (Dec 1): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Scots get new powers: The Irish Times
Editorial

Wednesday, December 1

The DUP is out to destroy us – Elliott: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peacetime DUP closing in on UUP: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Robinson ducks punches but Cowen is counted out: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

SF attempt to form Dail grouping hits snag before talks: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Sinn Féin to seek set-up of Dáil group: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Doherty takes Dail seat today (Nov 30): Donegal Democrat
Carolyn Farrar

Work to do as south gives Sinn Fein a second chance: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Donnelly

Only Empire can save the South ... before Shinners control Dáil: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Three held over M1 Dundalk viable mortar: RTE

Gangster linked to RIRA suspect in Tesco killings: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Still widespread support for policing despite the latest dissident attacks: Belfast Media
Ian Allen

Shankill Star parade application deliberated: Belfast Media
Kevin McAnena

Lundy parade on Saturday: Derry Journal

DUP must stop 'grandstanding' on victims' definition: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

New details revealed on Belfast Troubles killing: BBC

Sunday World apologises to woman who sued over Northern Bank story: Irish Examiner
Vivion Kilfeather

Cross-Border collaboration is essential for enduring peace: Irish Independent
Malcolm Skilbeck

Ford urged to review his position after prisoner freed: BBC

Robinson in warning over budget dithering: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Church queries PMS donations: The News Letter

Watch out FF, Ahern won't be only one to flee politics: Irish Independent
Sam Smyth

SF may test €85bn bailout in the courts: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

More still requires to be done to tackle the scourge of bigotry: The Herald
Jack McConnell

'Weasel' attack on Catholic spokesman in Hugh Dallas furore: The Scotsman

More Scots are now happy to be part of the Union, says poll: The Herald
Brian Currie



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