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Friday, December 15

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says Brexiteers are to blame for border negotiations chaos: Irish Mirror
Deborah McAleese

DUP accuse Taoiseach of 'politicking' as he urges Brexiteers to take responsibility: Irish Examiner

Border still major impediment to final deal on Brexit, Vince Cable says: The Irish Times
Brendan McDaid

Nigel Farage – Irish nationalists looking to 'cause difficulty' over Border ahead of Brexit: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Simon Coveney – Brexit transition period could last five years: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Irish MEP calls for LONGER transition period after Brexit so UK can STAY in single market: Daily Express
Alessandra Scotto di Santolo

EU leaders warn Britain – no backsliding or Brexit deal is off: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy and Patrick Smyth

Taoiseach spells it out – no hard border, no matter what: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

I helped broker the Good Friday Agreement – Ireland's Brexit deal is meaningless:
Jonathan Powell

EU leaders won't smile just yet as Brexit still has some way to go: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Sinn Féin writes itself out of the picture with appeal to Varadkar: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

How dare you, Sammy!: Derry Now
Pat McArt

Colum Eastwood welcomes civic nationalism's letter while bemoaning Stormont's dormancy: Irish News
John Manley

Letter's signatories show contempt and disdain by not saying 'Northern Ireland': The News Letter
Gemma Weir

Brokenshire meets party leaders in effort to restore Stormont Executive: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Gerry Adams and Michéal Martin clash over the north: Irish News

Be honest – if direct rule was introduced in the morning would anyone even notice? asks Eilis O'Hanlon: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Councillors vote to block Irish language legislation (Dec 5): The News Letter

Victims of IRA tell Home Secretary they feel 'abandoned' in their quest for justice: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

How working class Catholic from west Belfast broke the mould as an Ulster Unionist: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

SDLP 'refuse to condemn glorification of terror' in Coleraine: The News Letter

Gary Haggarty told handlers of plot to kill Raymond McCord Jnr, court told: Irish News

Loyalist killer Haggarty should get credit for information he provided, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

We broke our 'IRA playground' promises to unionists – SDLP: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Final verdict on IRA playground due in new year: The News Letter

State failed murder victim Seamus Ludlow and his family, High Court judge says: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Chief Constable beaks silence to defend PSNI stance on Glenanne Gang: Irish News
Allison Morris

Seventeenth century Dutch masterpiece stolen by an IRA gang and Martin Cahill displayed in the Ulster Museum: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

First cross-community carol service for Ardoyne flashpoint: ITV

Sinn Féin outmanoeuvred by Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil on abortion: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Humanists blast religious education for reinforcing sectarianism (Dec 5): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

DUP walkout after branding Trump motion 'ridiculous publicity stunt': Londonderry Sentinel
Brendan McDaid

Trust would 'have to be rebuilt' if sectarianism bill scrapped: The Scotsman

Thursday, December 14

Micheál Martin says Northern Ireland should maintain 'unhindered access' to Customs Union and single market: Irish News
John Manley

'Don't take Brits on their word!' Irish MEP launches savage attack on UK over Brexit deal: Daily Express
Charlotte Davis

"Nationalism not prepared to accept second-class treatment" – O'Dowd: Lurgan Mail
Carmel Robinson

Clause to block UK reneging on border expected to be agreed by EU leaders: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Businessman who headed up remain campaign was not asked to sign open letter: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ireland stronger after David Davis' attempt to derail deal: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Brexit deal a major victory for Ireland but border conundrum remains (Dec 8): The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

We are in Humpty Dumpty land after Friday's EU agreement – a place where words mean whatever we want them to mean: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

Regardless of any trade deal with the EU, border checks will still be needed: The News Letter

DUP deal with Conservatives will 'end in tears', Adams predicts: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

DUP and SF play blame game over crisis in public services due to deadlock: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Colum Eastwood seeks devolved administrations' support for Stormont parties' seat on Joint Ministerial Council: Irish News
John Manley

Anti-DUP expletive tea towel on sale in London: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

DUP councillor calls for Irish Army personnel to get extra points in social housing allocation in Northern Ireland: Irish News
John Monaghan

Court hears graphic detail of ex-UVF commander's murder confessions: Belfast Live
David Young & Michael McHugh

UVF killer Haggarty shot Catholic to hide double life: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Life imprisonment for former UVF commander Haggarty: Belfast Telegraph

House of Lords dismisses complaint over Lord Kilclooney 'the Indian' Taoiseach tweet: Belfast Telegraph

'Informers were untouchable'... RUC officer claims Special Branch endangered his life, and let an elderly lady die, to shield an IRA mole: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Loyalist Jim 'Bimbo' Wilson has teeth kicked out in Belfast club as drunk UDA thugs go on rampage (Nov 20): The Sunday Life

Raymond McCreesh play park will not be renamed: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Why bickering over the name of a leisure centre insults the memory of heroes like Blair Mayne who fought for a free world: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

'Idiot' who kissed Celtic badge as flute band paraded past Lurgan war memorial fined £150: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Massacre victims remembered: Irish Echo

Labour's plan for Northern Ireland to vote on gay marriage: The Times
Patrick Maguire

Irish-Gaelic rebirth has Northern Ireland talking: Toronto Globe and Mail
Paul Waldie

'I can go to Lidl and meet people who speak Irish' – Why are there so many Gaeilgeoirí in Leixlip? (Nov 24):
Gráinne Ní Aodha

'What is the DUP' makes Google's top UK trending queries of 2017: Belfast Telegraph

DUP MP on mission to keep Christ in Christmas: BBC

Labour Senators and Trevor Ó Clochartaigh form technical group: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Oireachtas vote on Eighth Amendment could give women in Northern Ireland access to abortion in the Republic: Irish News
Allison Morris

A Celtic axis turns on upsetting a United Kingdom dominated by England: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Wednesday, December 13

'Arrogant' Dublin has damaged relations – Wilson: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

'Google it,' – Theresa May tells MPs over commitment to Irish border: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit talks to be suspended if Britain goes back on its word: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Ireland given 'distinct strand' in Brexit trade negotiations: Irish News
John Manley

Nationalist plea to Varadkar 'could have come straight from Sinn Féin': The News Letter

Renowned academic says he was motivated by Brexit to sign open letter: Irish News
Allison Morris

Taoiseach insists Brexit comments on the North were not meant to insult Fianna Fáil: Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit deal will give fresh impetus to efforts to restore Stormont, says Brokenshire: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

City of Culture farce pretty much sums up Brexit: The Irish Times
Kathy Sheridan

I respect Arlene – but I voted against Brexit (Dec 10): Sunday Independent
Donna Whyte

McCord hails Dublin legal victory over border poll: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Two women and a man arrested in Strabane anti-terrorism raids: Belfast Telegraph

David Black murder – Man, 41, appears in court: BBC

Magilligan prison report is 'most positive ever': BBC
Vincent Kearney

Legal bid to have perjury charges brought against Freddie Scappaticci: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Extradition will put my life at risk, says suspect (Nov 30): The Times
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Limited jail time expected for former loyalist paramilitary turned informer: Belfast Telegraph

Date set for Gerry Adams' legal bid to overturn convictions for prison escape attempt: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Tributes to campaigning mother of 'Disappeared' victim: Irish News
Allison Morris

Inquest into death of Creggan teenager shot by British soldiers moved from Derry to Belfast: Derry Now

Northern Ireland Troubles Army veterans slam 'witch hunt' – living in fear of a knock on the door: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Loughinisland families take fight to Dublin: Irish News
Allison Morris

Storm-hit memorial to PUP's David Ervine will be replaced: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Legal advice sought after unionists block Easter Rising stone in Carnlough (Dec 6): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Jonathan Rea was 'bullied at school for rejecting sectarianism': The News Letter
Claire McNeilly

Countess Markievicz 'not a role model students' says historian: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Taoiseach Varadkar's shamrock pin expected to spark sales of 50,000 (Nov 14): Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland's ETERNAL peace flame died in October: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

New A5 provides major cross-border boost (Nov 28): Irish News

Essential national infrastructure forgotten about in Brexit border talks: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

What the Brexit deal on the Irish border means for Scotland: The National (Scotland)
Michael Fry

European Court and not London will decide if Brexit deal binding: The Irish Times
Dominic De Saulles

Tuesday, December 12

Brexit Border commitment binding, says British government: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Irish government dismisses David Davis' comments on Brexit deal as 'bizarre': Irish Independent

Paisley – We've done over Varadkar on Brexit: The News Letter

Coveney says North will enjoy GFA status quo after Brexit : RTE

EU blackmailing Government using Northern Ireland, says Ukip's Coburn: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Mullan

Brexit threatens to 'reinforce partition' in Ireland and must be stopped, celebrities tell Irish PM: Daily Telegraph

Taoiseach responds to concerns of northern nationalists in open letter: Irish News
Allison Morris

Nationalist 'uprising' came about out of frustration, says leading lawyer: Irish News
Allison Morris

Brexit deal announcement delayed to 'allow DUP to sort themselves out' – David Davis: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit Q&A – What's going on? Are the British pulling back?: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

There's no question of Republic of Ireland exploiting Brexit as means of moving to United Ireland without consent: Belfast Telegraph
Leo Varadkar

Brexit leads to conflicting demands from Ireland, Scotland, Wales: National Post
Kelly McParland

Tory disarray the hallmark of rolling Brexit agenda: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit – What the papers say... about Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

'Regulatory alignment' with EU could be called 'soft Brexit' (Dec 6): The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Varadkar's triumphant declaration is warning for unionism: The News Letter
David McNarry

Not confused by UK's stance? You should be: Irish Independent

Dublin has to earn the trust of unionists: Belfast Telegraph

It is alarming if there is any possibility that Friday's deal is binding: The News Letter

TUV's Jim Allister – I was aghast to see terrorists sitting in government ... being advised by other terrorists: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

The trouble with closed minds is that they make for very dull, meaningless conversations: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Campaigner to challenge Irish state over border poll: ITV

Press delete – after 47 years, An Phoblacht's 'war' is finally over (Dec 7): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Christmas decorations where loyalist flags once blighted 'shared' housing: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Court hears UDA allegation as two men remanded in connection with Garvagh shooting: The News Letter

Solicitor to challenge decision to return Derry republican to jail just 36 hours after release: Derry Now
Alan Healy

Catholic inmates face discrimination in Magilligan Prison, report finds: Belfast Telegraph

Victims Commissioner – Time running out to tackle legacy: ITV

DUP councillor who supports same-sex marriage retiring – weeks after joining the party (Dec 5): Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Naming Northern Ireland leisure centre after SAS soldier could alienate nationalists, warns SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Angela Rainey

Council 'right to name' new leisure centre after SAS war hero Blair Mayne: The News Letter

Sky News' Adam Boulton says he was replying to abusive tweets with 'you Irish' remark: Irish Independent

Adam Boulton is right – We do need to get over ourselves: The Irish Times
Brian Boyd

Arlene Foster in 'boycott' of BBC following RHI coverage: Irish News
John Manley

Gerry Adams leads the tributes as Sinn Féin ally Jim Cullen dies: Belfast Telegraph

Economic gap across Irish border 'set to widen' as Brexit looms: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Bill will stop Gaelscoileanna prioritising naíonra pupils (Nov 24): The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

For hard Brexiteers to stop May's soft option they must oust her – and soon: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Britain will have to choose next year between unattractive futures: The Irish Times
Janan Ganesh

Monday, December 11

David Davis clashes with Ireland over Brexit deal: The Guardian
Anushka Asthana and Lisa O'Carroll

EU deal 'more a statement of intent than a legally enforceable thing': The News Letter

Brexit secretary wants frictionless border 'regardless of trade deal': BBC

Coveney responds to David Davis' 'statement of intent' comment: Irish Examiner

PM remains positive about Brexit deal as Irish issue warning over commitments: Belfast Telegraph

Irish border will NOT stop Brits getting the Brexit they WANT – Northern Ireland secretary: Daily Express
Charlotte Davis

EU Brexit negotiators express doubts about UK's 'no hard border' offer: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Labour MP – you cannot ditch key EU elements then expect no hard border: The News Letter

Kate Hoey – an Antrim-born MP who said Ireland should pay for Border: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit deal must not undermine status of NI – Orange Order (Dec 6): The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Ireland scuppers the surreal spoof of Brexit: Irish Examiner
Suzanne Harrington

Abortions, births and the Belfast Child Question – Will this Brexit deal make Bristolians second class citizens in Bristol?: Bristol Post
Tristan Cork

Brexit is opening the door to the Balkanisation of Britain: New Statesman
Chris Deerin

Special region status offers us the best of both worlds (Dec 9): Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Damage to freedom of individuals could be worst outcome of Brexit: Irish Examiner
Terry Prone

Now Leo must set aside green jersey for the red of British & Irish Lions (Dec 10): Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Our simple message for London – 'A deal is a deal': Irish Independent

Irish government emerges stronger after Brexit border deal (Dec 10): Irish News

A sigh of relief after a week of brinkmanship (Dec 9): Belfast Telegraph

A revived Stormont administration could play a central role in shaping future trading arrangements with the Republic and Britain: Irish News
John Manley

Tory-DUP deal 'grave threat to political progress' in North, Taoiseach told: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

DUP under increasing spotlight: Irish News

High profile nationalists appeal to Leo Varadkar not to abandon the north: Irish News

Labour MP Harriet Harman says Northern Ireland women still not on equal footing with men: Irish News
Seanín Graham

Minister hails gardaí for bringing dissidents to justice: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Remembering Edgar Graham, murdered in a savage IRA attack (Dec 7): The News Letter

The President of Sinn Féin USA, US General Jim Cullen, has passed away: Irish Voice/

New way to boost working class pupils' performance takes off in Protestant-dominated areas: The News Letter

Are the Irish in Northern Ireland losing their identity? (Dec 1): Irish Post
Erica Doyle Higgins

Sky presenter asks Coveney if 'kerfuffle' over Border worth it (Dec 9): The Irish Times
Dean Ruxton

Sky News presenter says 'some of you Irish need to get over yourselves':
Órla Ryan

'Outsider' could be next boss of gardaí (Dec 8): Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Call for body to implement policing findings: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

EU defence vote triggers Dáil anger (Dec 6): The Times
Niamh Lyons

'We're being asked to sell out our neutrality' – Government accused of trying to rush EU defence deal vote (Dec 7):
Christina Finn

Cross-Border shoppers' €418m spend props up North's economy: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan

An Cultúrlann Irish culture centre saved at final hour (Dec 7): Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

British 'land bridge' to Europe for exports from Republic of Ireland set to remain open (Dec 7): Belfast Telegraph
Colm Kelpie

Ruth Davidson's Irish border intervention shows why Scotland, like Arlene Foster, won't go away (Dec 5): New Statesman
Julia Rampen

Brexit fudge proves to EU that UK is an incompetent negotiating partner (Dec 9): The Irish Times
Chris Johns

Sunday, December 10

Sinn Féin 'not trying to exploit Brexit' to push for united Ireland.: BBC

Row over claims Brexit border concessions 'meaningless': Sunday Independent

Hermon denies being 'on Dublin's side' over Brexit (Dec 6): BBC
Stephen Walker

'No hard Border. No EU red tape': The Irish Times
Susan McKay

In the bars and on the streets of Dublin, suddenly everyone has a view on Foster, May and Brexit (Dec 6): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Hopkins

After 30 pointless years of violence, the border is centre stage in UK politics ... and Sinn Féin had nothing to do with it (Dec 8): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Brussels is really exploiting Irish concerns to try to weaken British democracy (Dec 9): The Irish Times
Brendan O'Neill

Ireland has just saved the UK from the madness of a hard Brexit (Dec 9): The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Trading insults leaves us between a rock and a hard place: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Come on, Arlene!: Sunday Independent
Kim Bielenberg

Theresa May has stopped a hard border by giving those who want a united Ireland exactly what they want: Daily Telegraph
John Coulter

With this deal, Theresa May has essentially committed to a soft Brexit (Dec 8): Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Dublin and DUP have both taken risky stances on Brexit: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

DUP's 'guiding star' is its union with England, Scotland and Wales (Dec 5): The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Grayling – UK does not need identical laws to EU for Irish border trade (Dec 7): The Guardian
Jessica Elgot

The Border deal is vital – but it is not the only crux to be negotiated (Dec 8): Irish Independent
John Downing

The government cannot put the EU before the integrity of the UK (Dec 5): New Statesman
Brendan Chilton

Brexit sees nationalism once again wind up unionism amid sham border fight (Dec 5): Belfast Telegraph
Austen Morgan

Damage to Anglo-Irish relations could be fixed by rejoining Commonwealth (Dec 9): Irish Independent
Ivan Yates

Brexit is a chance for reflection – Our mutual friends, or not? (Dec 7): Irish Examiner

Brexit – DUP silent on '72%' trade claim (Dec 6): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

What is Stormont and how many seats do the DUP and Sinn Féin hold in the Northern Ireland Assembly? (Dec 5): The Sun
Neal Baker and Guy Birchall

Has the SDLP got a future in Derry? (Dec 5): Derry Now
John O'Connell

Former top police officer settles legal action over police investigation into Robert McCartney murder (Dec 8): Irish News

Gardaí honoured for bravery 41 years after IRA ambush (Dec 9): Irish News

George Seawright 'could have followed the same path as McGuinness', says son (Dec 4): The News Letter

Commemorative board to be unveiled for INLA volunteer Colm McNutt (Dec 5): Derry Now

NI hate crime level 'stubbornly high' – watchdog (Dec 5): ITV

SF repeats same-sex marriage call following vote (Dec 8): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Ivan Yates dislikes all 'Nordies' equally (Dec 9): The Irish Times
Mick Heaney

Baileys in jeopardy over Brexit, MP warns (Dec 6): Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

More Irish 'living without any reference to God': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Varadkar's Brexit performance may be main factor in FG lift (Dec 7): The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Councillors approve flying disc golf course to tackle sectarianism and antisocial behaviour (Dec 6): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Pope Francis' call to change Lord's Prayer splits NI's churches: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Gregory Campbell admits being a very reluctant TV licence payer and yearns for BBC promised by John Reith (Nov 30): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Proposal to name Dublin street after former SDLP Leader John Hume (Nov 21): Derry Now

Hard border would hit Northern Ireland tourism badly (Dec 6): Belfast Telegraph

Imagine the clout Scotland would have in the Brexit talks if we were independent already (Dec 6): The National (Scotland)
Alyn Smith

How can the Tories lead Britain when they barely understand it? (Dec 7): The Guardian
Martin Kettle

Saturday, December 9

Arlene Foster welcomes progress but says more work needed on 'managing' Irish border: Irish Independent
David Young

DUP comfortable with Brexit text but SF 'concerned': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Leo Varadkar – Deal not a bid for united Ireland: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Brexit breakthrough – Changes DUP forced through revealed and Donaldson warns party will act if any deviation: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

'It appears the DUP tantrum has achieved small changes' – Eastwood: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

DUP's Sammy Wilson in scathing attack on 'cynical, aggressive and green' Varadkar and Coveney:
Rónán Duffy

Brexit deal – UUP leader says more detail needed on border issues: The News Letter

Adams – 'Border agreement doesn't answer key questions': ITV

DUP begins to sell an ambiguous accord: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Brexit – Issue that nearly scuppered border talks: BBC
Chris Buckler

Brexit and the Irish border – How the Deal was Salvaged: RTE
Tony Connelly

The muddles and missteps behind the DUP's Monday meltdown: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Montgomery

Brexit breakthrough – Prime Minister Theresa May letter to people of Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Theresa May

Ireland is the real winner in the Brexit agreement: The Times
Peter O'Dwyer and Ellen Coyne

What's the Irish view on the Brexit border dispute? Difficult discussions lie ahead: The Guardian
Brigid Laffan

DUP nailed the deal but critics say details are still vague: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Brexit deal represents all things to all men: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Relief as freedom to cross over into Republic remains: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Brexit deal allows for three different types of Irish Border: The Irish Times
Katy Hayward

Progress, yes... but still many questions remain unanswered: The Irish Times
Michelle O'Neill

We had to protect NI's place in the UK... and did just that: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Arlene Foster – Brexit brinkmanship rooted in a border childhood: The Guardian
Robert Booth and Henry McDonald

Now May must have the talk with her cabinet she has been putting off for months: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

A victory today, but No 10 may yet betray DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Why we must broaden the Brexit debate: The Irish Times
Denis Bradley

Hold your nerve, we're closer to undoing the madness of Brexit: The Times
Sarah Carey

You've tip-toed over the first of many minefields on this island and survived but unease about future remains: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

With friends like the EU, Dublin doesn't need enemies: Daily Telegraph
Juliet Samuel

Varadkar put the ball in the English net – now FF has to look to its bench: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

New deal sacrifices certainty for reassurances to unionists: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

British contempt for Ireland shows over Brexit, but Varadkar has his finest hour: Irish Voice/
Ciaran Tierney

Irish border fudge points the way to future Brexit battles: Financial Times
Jonathan Powell

'High-stakes stuff' on Border caused tensions between Ireland and Britain: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Brexit – that was the easy part: Deutsche Welle
Barbara Wesel

Deal raises biggest Brexit question of all: Irish Examiner

So, with Europe's eyes focused on NI this week, just where was Mr Brokenshire?: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Fireworks and counterfeit goods seized in East Belfast by Paramilitary Crime Taskforce: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Blood-stained shoe 'highlights viciousness of Derry paramilitary-style attack': Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Saoradh – Arrested man's wife told no new door until New Year: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Decision to halt prosecutions over loyalist mob Robert Hamill killing overturned: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Michelle O'Neill says there can be no amnesty for British soldiers who served in North: Derry Now

Man charged over window display of snowman holding rocket launcher: Belfast Telegraph

War of words breaks out over War Memorial: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Fianna Fáil TD defends writing letter for terrorist convicted of plotting explosion during Prince Charles visit: Irish Independent
Alison Bray

Unionists back Trump on Jerusalem but SF and Alliance object: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Friday, December 8

UK set to sign up to Brexit Border deal vetoed by DUP: The Herald
Kevin Doyle

Brexit terror warning – Irish hard border 'OBVIOUS target for dissident republicans': Daily Express
Will Kirby

Brexit may damage Ireland more than Britain says George Mitchell: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Northern Ireland border chaos is product of Government's 'incompetence and arrogance', says David Miliband: The Independent
Shehab Khan

Ulster Unionist jumps to Lady Hermon's defence: Irish News
John Manley

Dodds' attack on Hermon is sort of politics that has done unionism no favours: The News Letter
Alan Chambers

Boris Johnson warns May against special NI Brexit arrangement: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit justified due to 'failing' EU – Trimble: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Unionists see Anglo–Irish Agreement parallels with Brexit row: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Sinn Féin to hold Brexit protest in Border village of Rosslea: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

'Sinn Féin are deliberately misleading people about the DUP's position,' says DUP's Diane Dodds: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit protests and new mural in Belfast: BBC

Ignorant of history, Theresa May has allowed herself to be sucked into an Irish quagmire: Daily Telegraph
Nigel Jones

DUP putting its own agenda ahead of the Northern Ireland people – Finucane: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Varadkar must make no Brexit concessions as deal looks likely: Irish Examiner
Jim Power

Ambiguity of deal language stores up trouble for NI in the longer term: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Powell

In Northern Ireland, history repeats itself: Politico
Michael Goldfarb

The UK wants to avoid a hard border with Ireland? Easy – stay in the single market: New Statesman
Alyn Smith

How to resolve the Brexit border conundrum: The Irish Times
Alan Dukes

Brexit – 'The DUP's hardline policies could be the quickest road to a united Ireland':
Caoimhín De Barra

Co-operation is preferable to confrontation – a lesson that Leo and Simon would do well to learn: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

For the DUP, the border question is raw identity politics: The Guardian
Graham Gudgin

May's Brexit Hesperus could still wreck DUP: Irish News
William Scholes

'Unionism' never meant single approach across UK: The Irish Times
David Torrance

Brexit bungled as we stare from sidelines: Belfast Telegraph

Deadlock could do with Blair and Ahern's type of diplomacy: Belfast Telegraph
John Downing

Police arrest woman, 37, in paramilitary probe: ITV

Prison officer released on bail: BBC

Anger at 'disgusting' attack on Larne war memorial: ITV

DUP anger over IRA memorial comments: Derry Now

Foyle MLA calls for restoration of Derry's War Memorial to mark 100th anniversary of ending of WWI: Derry Now

How Garda bugging of Dublin pub led to downfall of ex-IRA man: The Irish Times
Diarmaid MacDermott and Daniel Hickey

'It's disgusting' – Éamon Ó Cuív criticised for writing letter to IRA leader's solicitor during trial:
Garreth MacNamee

Jail for man who ordered dark net grenades: Irish Examiner
Alison O'Riordan

Amnesty for British soldiers a red line issue – Michelle O'Neill: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

'Sinn Féin must think we forgot about Edgar': The News Letter

Loughinisland – Police Ombudsman legally entitled to publish report which found collusion, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Veterans are right to be wary of a statute of limitations: The News Letter

Glennane Gang victims make public appeal to Chief Constable: Irish News
Allison Morris

UUP peer made Lords' Deputy Speaker: ITV

Unionist campaign splits over Brexit and second referendum: The Herald
Tom Gordon

Catholic school teacher who had Bobby Sands mug in class admits loading 'thousand rebel songs' onto colleague's hard disk: Scottish Sun
Paul McGowan

Thursday, December 7

Theresa May to provide new text for Brexit border deal within 24 hours: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

DUP leader Foster – We want a seat at Brexit talks table: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Brexit boost – Ireland willing to pledge that EU border deal WON'T lead to break up of UK: Daily Express
Nick Gutteridge

Leo Varadkar – DUP do not represent all in North: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Taoiseach – Brexit talks can be 'picked up' in New Year if deal not possible: Irish Independent
Padraic Halpin

Varadkar 'will harm Irish economy' by delaying border talks, says DUP's Dodds: Irish Independent
Jonathan Bell

Negotiating deadlock a 'car crash' says ex-NI secretary: Irish Examiner
Trevor Mason and Nick Lester

Irish Brexit fears aired at US Capitol Hill committee hearing: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Willie Hay – DUP will reject any Brexit deal that treats the North differently from Great Britain: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Brexit – 1.5bn reasons PM shouldn't forget DUP: Corbyn says Northern Ireland party 'ruling the roost': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Brexit talks – Lady Sylvia Hermon warns of dissident threat to police if hard-border in place: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Dodds slams Hermon over Brexit stance: The News Letter

Martina Anderson welcomes results of opinion poll: Irish News

'No Border in Ireland' protest to take place at Bridgend this Saturday: Derry Now

Brexit – Separate rules for Northern Ireland would 'unravel entire UK', Ruth Davidson warned Theresa May: The Independent
Rob Merrick

Brexit Secretary David Davis under fire for failure to visit Irish border: Irish News
John Manley

Brexit – Bombardier boss opposes 'Irish Sea border': BBC

Varadkar focusing on practicalities of trade, not the fourth green field: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

For all DUP's tough talk, all is not quite as it would seem: The News Letter
Sam McBride

No, the Northern Ireland Brexit solution was not going to break up the United Kingdom: Daily Telegraph
Colin Harvey

Arlene Foster was absolutely right to say No to EU wording: The News Letter
Jim Allister

Theresa May's handling of the current crisis would make the Charge of the Light Brigade look orderly: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Brexit deal must not threaten the Union: The Scotsman
Ruth Davidson

May day for DUP as party caught in a mass of contradictions over Brexit: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

The DUP hasn't scuppered 'soft Brexit'. In fact, that's what its sensible wing wants: The Guardian
Edward Burke

There's a big elephant in Theresa May's Cabinet room when it comes to Brexit – and it's not the DUP: The Independent
Andrew Grice

As a Northern Irish Leaver I don't fear 'special status' for Ulster – we need it: Daily Telegraph
Sarah Arnold

Theresa May's Irish Headache, and the Final Death Knell of British Imperialism: Vanity Fair
Henry Porter

Brexit or No Brexit, the Irish Border Won't Disappear:
Megan McArdle

Brexit is nothing more or less than the repartition of Ireland ... it will be a calamity of vast proportions: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

The Guardian view on the Brexit crisis – time to stop the fanatics: The Guardian

Ireland and EU stand firm behind the deal: Irish Independent

Restoration of the Assembly is now playing second fiddle to DUP's relationship with May: Belfast Telegraph
John Downing

With Northern Ireland divided, what next for Sinn Féin?: New Statesman
Andrew McQuillan

Why I've reached my breaking point with Sinn Féin tripping us up and refusing to shoulder blame for political deadlock: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Council's city of culture meeting pulled by Sinn Féin: Irish News

General Troubles amnesty would lead to IRA terrorists openly boasting of atrocities – War veteran Beattie: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

MOD 'cut and paste' error in court application ahead of Seamus Bradley inquest: Derry Journal

There has been never been 'full investigation' of Birmingham pub bombings, court told: Irish News
Richard Vernalls

Accused ex-paras seek anonymity in Official IRA murder case: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI to liaise with department over 'Welcome to Northern Ireland' border sign peppered with bulletholes: Irish News
John Monaghan

Varadkar and Government buoyed by Brexit stance on Border: The Irish Times
Aisling Corcoran

Varadkar believes Ireland should join new EU military structure: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Terror plot reminiscent of IRA attacks: Irish News
Allison Morris

Wednesday, December 6

Foster says text of deal came as 'big shock' to DUP: RTE

DUP's Arlene Foster rules out flying to London for Brexit talks over border in Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Damage caused by 'aggressive' Irish government will 'take a long time to repair' – DUP's Dodd: Irish Independent
Richard Wheeler

Voters in DUP heartland back its stance on Irish border agreement: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Government willing to add to Brexit deal to reassure DUP: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Integrity of UK comes first, Brexit secretary David Davis tells MPs in wake of Ireland border shambles: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Poots sparks backlash after calling taoiseach 'Little Leo': Derry Journal
Stephen Gamble

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar branded 'confrontational' by senior DUP politician: Irish Mirror
Ferghal Blaney

Hard border fears return as DUP wield veto over Tories: Belfast Media
Evan Short

DUP only saw Irish border Brexit proposals on Monday morning, says Nigel Dodds: Irish News
Arj Singh, Andrew Woodcock and Shaun Connolly

Arlene Foster claims Irish government 'prevented' DUP from seeing text on border agreement: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Brexit – Government denies trying to keep Border deal details from DUP: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly, Pat Leahy and Denis Staunton

Gerry Adams hits out at 'narrow interests' of DUP and Tories: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Damian Green blamed by DUP for communications breakdown which led to Brexit talks impasse: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope, Jack Maidment and Martin Evans

DUP accuses Irish government of 'flexing its muscles in a dangerous and reckless way':
Sean Murray

Ruth Davidson and Scottish Tory MPs tell Theresa May any Irish Brexit deal must apply across UK: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

'It's the EU to BLAME!' Labour MP is HECKLED as she tries to target EU's motives on Brexit: Daily Express
Joe Barnes

Brexit – Ruth Davidson warns PM against Northern Ireland deal: The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

Derry DUP says party will 'prevent a United Ireland by stealth' following Brexit negotiations: Derry Now

Brexit means a slow creep to reunification, Unionists fear: The Times
Niamh Lyons

Europe predicts United Kingdom could unravel over Irish border: The Times
Charles Bremner, David Charter and Tom Parfitt

May faces cabinet revolt over fears of push for soft Brexit: Irish Independent
Gordon Rayner

Brexit – DUP chief Foster has power but will have to handle it with care: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Arlene Foster 'no longer in the DUP driving seat': Irish News
John Manley

How the coming days will stretch the politics of Brexit to the limit: RTE
Tony Connelly

How EU and Irish unity strong armed the UK on the border question: CNBC
Willem Marx

DUP had role in collapse of Brexit deal – the question is what role: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UK could be set for Brexit without deal after DUP pull the plug: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Irish border row – Theresa May's four options risk a bad-tempered Brexit: Daily Telegraph
Peter Foster

What is the Good Friday Agreement, when was it drawn up and what did the Anglo-Irish deal involve?: The Sun
Tom Michael

Monday's events should focus minds: Irish News
John Manley

To prevent an Irish Sea border, Theresa May will align UK regulations with the EU: The Spectator
Robert Peston

Theresa May gave DUP £1bn for support to prop up her government – now they derail Brexit: Irish Mirror
Andrew Gregory

PM May must find her inner Thatcher to face down DUP Brexit sabre rattling over border: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Theresa May must call the DUP's bluff – this EU deal has to happen: The Guardian
Simon Jenkins

Brexit stakes are raised with DUP's Foster in eye of Euro storm: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Ireland, the EU is playing you like a fiddle: The Spectator
Brendan O'Neill

In rejecting this EU deal the DUP has sold Northern Ireland down the river: The Guardian
Brian Lucey

Why a deal on the Irish border – and a softer Brexit – may be on the cards: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

Northern Ireland is not a bargaining chip: The Guardian
Robin Swann

If Ireland gets a bad Brexit trade deal, Leo, you'll have yourself to blame: The Sun

Strength in Unity: The Times

Relentless pressure from Dublin helped trigger yesterday's shambles: The News Letter

Ireland brings home the folly of Mrs May's choices: London Evening Standard

The Guardian view on the Brexit talks – no veto for the DUP (Dec 4): The Guardian

Brexit – a shambolic day raises the stakes (Dec 4): The Irish Times

Brexit deal debacle piles pressure on Theresa May (Dec 5): Irish News

After heated debate, why cool heads must prevail for NI's future: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit negotiations continue: Softening of zealotry offers hope: Irish Examiner

MPs urge Troubles prosecution amnesty for paramilitaries and service personnel: Belfast Telegraph

Justice4the21 campaigners head to court for crunch legal battle: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Music icon Sting reveals that the IRA made it 'uncomfortable' for him to live in Galway: Irish Mirror
Sharon McGowan

Tuesday, December 5

Irish border proposal unravels as Theresa May hits stumbling block in Brexit talks: Toronto Globe and Mail
Paul Waldie

Latest Stumbling Block in Brexit Talks – The Irish Question: New York Times
Stephen Castle

How DUP wrecked Brexit deal with one phone call: PM was ready to back concession on Irish border that could see Northern Ireland 'stay in the EU' – but her DUP allies pulled out at the last moment: Daily Mail
James Tapsfield, Tim Sculthorpe, Kate Ferguson, Jason Groves, John Stevens and Mario Ledwith

Blow to hopes for Brexit deal as Tory backbenchers back DUP: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton, Fiach Kelly and Pat Leahy

'Deal to avoid hard border will stay': Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe and Fiachra O Cionnaith

It's the responsiblity of a PM to FOLLOW THROUGH – Irish PM SIDESWIPES May over Brexit fail: Daily Express
Rebecca Pinnington

DUP MP accuses Leo Vardakar of 'disrespecting' the people of Northern Ireland: Irish Independent

Allister relieved that deal failure 'protects integrity of UK': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

There is bipartisan support in Washington for Irish position on the Border: The Irish Times
Brendan F Boyle and Brian Fitzpatrick

Brexit row 'caused by political chancers over nothing' – Wilson: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Jacob Rees-Mogg loses plot of Fitzgerald saga: The Independent
Niamh Lyons

Britain 'will be free to deport Irish citizens after EU exit': The Times
Patrick Maguire

Irish in UK could lose right to work after Brexit, says report: The Irish Times
Sorcha Pollak

For Ireland, the border is about emotion as well as economics: London Evening Standard
Tom Bradby

Fear of return to violence if customs checkpoints brought back after Brexit:
Cliodhna Russell

The key sticking points holding up UK's divorce deal with EU: The Guardian
Jon Henley, Jennifer Rankin and Lisa O'Carroll

'Human rights and equality at stake' in Brexit talks say campaigners: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Theresa May sparks DUP fury over offer to 'keep Northern Ireland tied to EU after Brexit' as Scotland demands the same deal: The Sun
Hugo Gye and Alain Tolhurst

Irish border – The 'oxymoron' that could derail Brexit:
Charles Riley

Northern Ireland's fragile peace 'all about the border': Deutsche Welle
Katy Hayward

Britain has accepted 'customs union-lite' for North: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Special status for Northern Ireland 'would breach Good Friday Agreement', Theresa May warned: Daily Telegraph
James Rothwell

Special EU status for North post-Brexit is common sense solution: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle O'Neill

Labour tell Tories that to save the Union they must vote against Theresa May: The National (Scotland)
Andrew Learmonth

This Brexit stall could mean the end of Theresa May's Government – and the beginning of Corbyn's: The Independent
Sean O'Grady

So near, yet so far on key Brexit deal: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

Everyone Got What They Wanted from the Failure of Brexit Negotiations: National Review Online
Michael Brendan Dougherty

Hard Brexiters have just discovered Britain is weaker than Ireland: The Guardian
Fintan O'Toole

The DUP's hand isn't as strong as they think, and they should play it very carefully: The News Letter
Alex Kane

New treaty between UK and Ireland could resolve Brexit border difficulties: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Brexiteers must realise Ireland is not the enemy: The Times
Lise Hand

Brexit news – Scotland, Wales and London leaders say if Northern Ireland can stay in single market, why can't we?: London Evening Standard
Hatty Collier

MP wants Bristol to remain in single market like Northern Ireland after Brexit deal falls through: Bristol Post
Tristan Cork

By stoking fear over a return to a hard border, Gerry Adams is exploiting the Brexit issue: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

SF insists 'bullying' claims just cut and thrust of party politics: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

McDonald urges 'respectful, friendly' Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Sinn Féin pledge that days of political institutions being used to deny people their rights are 'over': Derry Now

Loyalists vow to continue flag protests, five years on from dispute: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Weapons seized in paramilitary investigation: BBC

Soldier who killed Ritchie McKinnie was present on Bloody Sunday: Irish News
Connla Young

'No amnesty' call for British soldiers from Protestant victim's daughter: Irish News
Connla Young

Judge refuses to refer request for Irish language hearing to High Court: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Arlene Foster 'on song' with Sinn Féin MLA for charity: The News Letter

Christmas shoppers lured north by the weak pound: The Times
Michael Cogley

Monday, December 4

Taoiseach's secret deal to break Brexit border stand-off: Irish Independent
Jody Corcoran

Brexit – DUP rails against 'aggressive' Border stance by Dublin: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

DUP leader Arlene Foster warns against 'zero sum' approach to Irish border: Irish Examiner

Theresa May fails to strike border deal with Irish government: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll, Andrew Sparrow and Daniel Boffey

Former taoiseach Bertie Ahern blasts British PM May: Irish News
Connla Young

'Tone down the rhetoric to help secure a deal' – Kenny: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Cabinet to discuss 'credible' UK border plans: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Former IFI chairman's plan to break Brexit border impasse: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Tony Blair – Brexit puts NI peace process at risk: BBC

Blair's Brexit warnings lack credibility – Empey: The News Letter

Trade unions in Ireland and Britain issue joint Brexit warning: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Call for 'written guarantees' on human rights in NI post Brexit: The Irish Times
Kitty Holland

'I think I'll survive a border with the European Union': The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Northern Ireland is already a 'special' case – in spite of Arlene Foster's wishes: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

May caught in the headlights with Dublin and DUP bearing down: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

London and Brussels – we need them both (Dec 3): The Sunday Times
David Quinn

Brexit is ripping open old wounds: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

British media churns out fact-free cheerleading on border (Dec 3): Sunday Independent
Colm McCarthy

There is a solution to the Irish border imbroglio. But blind ideology prevents it: The Guardian
Caoimhín de Barra

The 'dreary steeples' of Northern Ireland are once again at the heart of British politics (Dec 3): Sunday Telegraph
Christopher Booker

Brexit tactics could be Leo's greatest gamble (Dec 3): Irish Independent
Dan O'Brien

Ireland will squeeze the Brexit lemon until the pips squeak: Sunday Herald

Ireland's rocky route through Brexit finally starting to take shape: Irish Independent

Brexit negotiations gather pace – Border about far, far more than politics: Irish Examiner

Irish border issue brewing: Lethbridge Herald

Sinn Féin say Good Friday Agreement facing its biggest threat: Irish News
Connla Young

Another blow for Sinn Féin in west as Gabe Cronnelly resigns from party: Galway Advertiser
Declan Varley

McDonald plans to address spate of Sinn Féin resignations: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Five decades of propaganda ends with the last edition of 'An Phoblacht': Irish Independent
John Downing

Praise due to retiring Barra McGrory: Irish News

Three men arrested by police investigating violent dissident republican activity in Derry released: Derry Now

Former UUP mayor John Scott joins DUP (Nov 27): The News Letter
Russell Keers

'Forgotten' IRA bomb 25th anniversary marked: BBC

One in 10 Irish people will travel across the border to Northern Ireland for a Christmas shopping trip: Irish Mirror
Cormac Byrne

Alliance Party leader lifts lid on illness she hid for 20 years, in hope of helping others: Irish News
Seanín Graham

Britain First Trump retweets 'the truth,' Belfast councillor tells party conference: Belfast Telegraph
David Sharrock

Fianna Fáil rubbish calls to remove words 'Fianna Fáil' from Irish national anthem: Irish Mirror
Cormac Byrne

Tony Blair confirms he is working on 'reversing' Brexit as chief Remoaner claims the deal Theresa May wants from the EU is 'fundamentally un-negotiable': The Sun
Alain Tolhurst

Scotland and Wales 'can't accept' Brexit bill in current form: The Scotsman
Russell Jackson

Brexodus in reverse as EU migrants surge into Scotland (Dec 3): The Sunday Times
John Boothman

Sunday, December 3

Varadkar remains hopeful Brexit deal can be reached as crunch talks continue: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Irish PM 'understands unionist concerns over Brexit': BBC

Republic's stance 'grave danger' to trade talks, warns Dodds: Belfast Telegraph

'It WON'T HAPPEN' Ireland will NOT derail EU deal says May's trade minister: Sunday Express
Joey Millar

Special rights for Irish citizens in UK 'at risk': The Observer
Ben Quinn and Jamie Doward

Border deal on the brink in Brexit talks: The Sunday Times
Stephen O'Brien and Tim Shipman

Fearing for post-Brexit prosperity and peace, farmers demand invisible Irish border: Irish Independent
Clodagh Kilcoyne and Padraic Halpin

Mind the cows – why UK-Irish trade is a Brexit-border headache (Nov 30): Daily Telegraph
Anna Isaac

An open and invisible Irish border will protect peace and prosperity for all: The Sunday Times
Simon Coveney

Division isn't a line drawn on a map, it's in our hearts and minds: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Ireland's Latest Border Campaign Will End in a Quagmire (Nov 28): National Review Online
Michael Brendan Dougherty

Is the Irish border row a ploy to pry Northern Ireland from the UK?: Sunday Telegraph
Daniel Hannan

Brexit at risk of getting bogged down in the muddy field that is the 310-mile border between Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic: The Sun
Graeme Culliford

Taoiseach now has no room for error in Brexit challenge: The Sunday Times

Sinn Féin and Fine Gael unite over another 'tangible Brexit disaster' – the Derry Euro bid snub: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

We are putting down a marker for No 10 – DUP: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

What are the risks for the DUP if it pulls the plug on Theresa May? (Dec 1): New Statesman
Stephen Bush

We will find out soon if the UK govt is as unionist as it seems: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

We need stability, not more uncertainty (Nov 29): Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin's US arm raises €86,000 but spent nothing on party in North: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Sinn Féin confirms Gerry Adams' successor to be chosen at February Ard Fheis: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Gerry Adams's legacy is one of getting things wrong (Nov 29): The Irish Times
Colm Keena

This is the end for Adams and Mugabe... finally (Nov 26): Sunday Independent
Darragh McManus

Decline of the church tilts Ireland to the left: Boston Globe
Liam Stack

Why the resignation of Frances Fitzgerald just wouldn't happen here (Nov 30): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Unacceptable threat to Brian Tierney (Nov 27): Irish News

Teen seriously injured in 'brutal and horrific' Bangor attack – paramilitaries suspected: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

'My brother was killed by IRA on Yorkshire motorway': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

'Collusion' has become almost meaningless – time to give it a firm definition (Nov 30): The News Letter
Doug Beattie

Mary Evans worked tirelessly for The Disappeared (Dec 1): Irish News

Irish language in Northern Ireland sees popular revival amid political controversy: CBC
Don Duncan

Civil Service to draw down first £20m of DUP-Tory pact cash (Nov 28): The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Call Saoirse Ronan British. Go on. . . Please. . . Pretty please! (Dec 1): The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Northern Ireland police force sparks Twitter backlash for 'trivialising rape' with mistletoe warning: London Evening Standard
Francesca Gillett

Gibraltar receives staunch support in Northern Ireland (Nov 28): Gibraltar Chronicle

TV historians' group 'wary' over pro-Union cash offer: The Sunday Times
Mark Macaskill and John Boothman

Saturday, December 2

Ireland will have final say on progress of Brexit talks, says EU: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Brexit – DUP 'bluffing' in Tory threat, Sinn Féin says: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Brexit: Dublin will be big loser if it overplays hand and there's no EU deal – TUV's Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin – If Tories prioritise DUP over people, Ireland should use Brexit veto: The New European
Matt Withers

Claim Sinn Féin would block Stormont for a generation over Brexit 'rubbish,' says party: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Emotive language as EU regions debate Brexit – and urge second referendum: Irish News
Gary McDonald

'Hardline republicans will gain traction if there's a Brexit border': Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

'We don't want a barrier' – Irish border communities fear return of hardship over Brexit: Daily Mirror
Paul Routledge

Tusk's backing for Ireland on Border could not have been stronger: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Brexit Bulletin – Brussels comforts Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Asa Bennett

Standoff over Border is classic Irish-British misunderstanding: The Irish Times
Paul Goodman

Northern Ireland Could Be Brexit's Biggest Casualty: The Atlantic
Yasmeen Serhan

There's no British solution to the Irish problem: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

We'd be bonkers to join Ian Paisley on the UK's Brexit rollercoaster ride to ruin: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

From the Commons to 'little England', Brexit has put the Irish border firmly on the UK map:
Rónán Duffy

Donald Tusk declaration of support raises the Brexit stakes: Irish News

New Irish deputy prime minister 'not ashamed' to be a nationalist: The National (Scotland)
Kathleen Nutt

Sinn Féin apology after MLA compares DUP relationship to domestic abuse: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

PSNI – three men arrested in violent dissident republican investigation: Derry Journal

Dissident Connor's bid to overturn police murder attempt conviction to be heard in February: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Belfast councillor Jolene Bunting banned from Facebook for 30 days: Irish News
John Monaghan

Amnesty plans will not include the RUC: Irish News
Allison Morris

Loughinisland collusion report challenged in court: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Kingsmill inquest – Dublin government publishes draft law for police to testify in north: Irish News
Siobhan Fenton

Tracing of 1971 massacre soldiers by MoD 'flawed': Belfast Telegraph
Siobhan Fenton

Growing up in Belfast – 'I saw British soldiers holding guns every day, so I must have copied them': The Guardian
Hannah Booth

Let It Shine singer loses privacy case over IRA father (Nov 24): Irish News

SDLP to hold British government's 'feet to the fire' over Derry city deal: Belfast Telegraph

Irish/Ulster-Scots participation numbers fall (Dec 1): BBC
Robbie Meredith

Figures shows larger number claims understanding of Irish culture than Ulster Scots culture: Belfast Telegraph

SF unveil special Christmas Martin McGuinness stamp: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Minister Humphries to attend memorial event for VC winner: Drogheda Independent

David Ervine memorial temporarily removed in east Belfast (Nov 28): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Cross-border model is working for children with heart problems (Nov 29): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Don't feel guilty about our colonial history (Nov 30): The Times
Nigel Biggar

Why the Catholic Church has to move on and look forward: The Herald
Kevin McKenna

London's handling of Brexit 'chaotic at best', says Scottish minister: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Friday, December 1

DUP MPs warn Brexit talks could endanger party's deal with Tories: The Guardian
Henry McDonald, Heather Stewart and Lisa O'Carroll

Arlene Foster – DUP will not accept Brexit border in Irish Sea: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brexit not a threat to peace deal, says Foster: The Times
Niamh Lyons and Sam Coates

Irish govt maintains hard line on Irish border after DUP warning: Financial Times
Nicholas Megaw

Theresa May's former Chief of Staff claims Britain needs 'to help Ireland's young and inexperienced leader' with 'impossible Brexit demands': Irish Independent
Jane Last

Peter Robinson – The south needs to wind its neck in over Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Brexit deal on border 'doable', says Ireland's deputy prime minister: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll and Andrew Sparrow

Ireland could get seat at table for Brexit trade talks between Britain and EU: The Sun
Harry Cole

Brexit – Coveney says EU will 'not abandon' Ireland during talks: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Return of border checks inevitable, says MPs' report: The News Letter

Unionist public more open to special status than leaders: The Irish Times
John Coakley and John Garry

Brexit 'biggest opportunity since WW2' says DUP man: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Border won't be fully solved before summit: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Brexit, the border and a bruising day of brinkmanship: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit Bulletin – The Irish iceberg: Daily Telegraph
Asa Bennett

'The Irish are just making trouble because they lost. A bit petty isn't it really?': The Irish Times
Jennifer O'Connell

Brexit – Varadkar 'being smeared by London' as tensions rise: Belfast Telegraph
Niall O'Connor

Brexit – Lack of clarity still surrounds how a hard Irish border can be avoided if UK leaves single market, Commons committee warns: The Independent
Ben Kentish

Nationalist Ireland is using Brexit to further its Irish unity aim, and is pushing London further than it can go at this stage: The News Letter
Graham Gudgin

Theresa May will prioritise what is best for England's 55m voters for Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Could the Irish border bring down the Conservative government?: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

The jingoistic, xenophobic Brexiteer statements about Ireland must stop: The Guardian
Manuel Cortes

DUP – blind to the risks of Brexit: The Irish Times

London must say no to Dublin, even if brings disorderly Brexit closer: The News Letter

Rational discussions needed to solve issue of post-Brexit border: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast and Derry councils urge Westminster to fight EU on culture snub: The Sunday Times
John Mulgrew

Lord Kilclooney 'will not be bullied' over Irish PM tweet: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Sinn Féin putting politics before patients – UUP: The News Letter

Paramiltary shooting victim suffered injuries which could "potentially be life changing": Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

DPP still considering file on murder of Real IRA chief, inquest told: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Ó Clochartaigh leaves Sinn Féin over "unacceptable behaviour": Connacht Tribune

Deals for ex-paramilitaries turning state's evidence 'affect public confidence': Belfast Telegraph

Barra McGrory – Troubles amnesty 'challenging': BBC
Tara Mills

Replacement for Northern Ireland's top prosecutor named: ITV

Enniskillen bomb – Police missed opportunities in pursuit of bombers, new report claims: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Church service in Manchester on Sunday to mark 25th anniversary of Provisional IRA bombs in city: Irish News
John Monaghan

Guildford pub bombings – 'Guildford Four' member wants to make representations for any fresh inquests:
Joshua Smith

The UK's ineptitude over Ireland has set the clock back 100 years: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Loss of 43% of police stations on Irish border raises questions for any EU/UK frontier:
Maresa Fagan

How the Defence Forces are in a state of crisis kept hidden behind barrack walls: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Scotland will fight Brexit power grab, Westminster is warned: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Court threat to force removal of Union flag in Largs after SNP MP 'eyesore' complaint: The Herald
Martin Williams


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