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Friday, February 28

Cameron orders review of secret IRA deal after Peter Robinson's resignation threat: TheJournal.ie
Christine Bohan

No letters sent in Republic, says Government: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Irish government was 'kept in the dark' about IRA suspect letters: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Rowena Mason

On the Runs – Villiers says letters do not confer immunity: BBC

Independent judge to probe 'on-the-run' letters: The News Letter

Judge-led investigation into 'dreadful' IRA suspect blunder: Daily Telegraph
Steven Swinford

Robinson withdraws threat to resign over OTR letters: Irish News
John Manley

On the Runs – Peter Robinson accused of U-turn: BBC

Tony Blair's government struck secret deal with Sinn Fein, says Lord Trimble: Daily Telegraph
Georgia Graham

Tony Blair urged to come clean over secret letters to IRA fugitives: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Blair faces probe into his role in IRA scandal – Former PM could give evidence after Cameron announces independent inquiry into 'get out of jail free' letters: Daily Mail
Tim Shipman

On the Runs – McGuinness calls for end to 'grandstanding': Derry Journal

Gerry Adams – "Political parties" knew about OTR letters: Impartial Reporter

On the run republicans – Unionists must have known all along, insists Gerry Kelly: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

OTR reaction – Police Federation to meet Chief Constable: The News Letter

On the Runs – Loyalist call to scrap HET police team: BBC
Eunan McConville

Director of Public Prosecutions, Barra McGrory, welcomes On The Run review: BBC

Families of Hyde Park bomb victims are 'bitter' but deals with IRA killers were needed to 'move on', says Peter Hain: Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

On the runs – Loyalists were also asked for a list of their fugitives: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Met chief Hogan-Howe denies IRA terror suspects are free in the capital: London Evening Standard
Joe Murphy and Pippa Crerar

OTR reaction – Revelations don't undermine Bloody Sunday case, says relative: The News Letter

250 soldiers may be quizzed in new Bloody Sunday investigation: Daily Telegraph
Ben Farmer and Tom Whitehead

What do controversial On the Run letters actually say?: BBC
Vincent Kearney

OTR reaction analysis – Robinson on brink of having to quit to fulfil threat: The News Letter
Sam McBride

A legal bid over John Downey verdict 'has no chance': Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Cameron chooses not to criticise Blair deal: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

If DUP really objected to list of IRA get out of jail free cards they would pull plug on the whole rotten Stormont setup: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

On-the-runs inquiry has no power to question Blair's role: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

John Downey outrage may herald death knell for Haass: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

Northern Ireland peace process on the brink – Sinn Fein call for Army prosecutions while holding get out of jail free cards: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

On-the-runs fiasco is a reminder of necessity to deal with the past: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Sinn Fein to hold 'homecoming' bash for Hyde Park bombing suspect John Downey: Irish Mirror
Brynmor Pattison

SF homecoming party condemned as 'ghoulish': Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

SF seeks credibility – 'celebrating' Hyde Park case is no way to get it: Irish Independent
Editorial

Kelly no longer suing PSNI: UTV

Army reservist jailed over Fermanagh attack: RTE

Former HET man released over PSNI documents theft: BBC

Ombudsman gives new priority to Patsy Kelly case: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Cunningham given five-year suspended sentence for laundering money: Irish Examiner
Liam Heylin

Gerry Armstrong – We're behind the times on Sunday football (Feb 25): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Thursday, February 27

Furious Robinson threatens to resign over IRA bomb trial: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

Peter Robinson gives Government an ultimatum over secret letters to IRA on-the-runs: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Sinn Féin Alex Maskey – Robinson comments are 'foolish': BBC

Cameron says Downey letter was a 'dreadful mistake': The News Letter

Pressure on Cameron to defuse bomb row: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

On The Runs – Villiers and McGuinness meet for crisis talks: BBC

Gerry Adams says Hyde Park bomb accused should never have been arrested: TheJournal.ie
Christine Bohan

Hyde Park bomb – NI Police Federation 'appalled at grubby deal': BBC

30 more 'comfort letters' since 2010: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

British AG defends IRA 'letters of comfort': The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Unionists put blame on Tony Blair for 'amnesties': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

On The Runs – Policing Board 'briefed in 2010': BBC

Before becoming DPP, McGrory was solicitor for IRA members seeking 'letters of comfort': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Government will not appeal John Downey ruling: BBC

Give soldiers same amnesty as IRA suspects, say ex-Army chiefs: Daily Telegraph
Ben Farmer and Tom Whitehead

If terror suspects, bombers and killers have get out of jail free cards, why not Britain's brave Paras? Furious MPs demand immunity for soldiers: Daily Mail
Tim Shipman and Rebecca Camber

IRA Hyde Park bomb suspect – Anger, frustration, dismay... blunder by PSNI sparks almost universal fury: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

How Hyde Park hearing laid bare John Downey letter blunder: BBC
Conor Macauley

Former IRA man John Downey – Embarrassing error raises questions over justice for victims: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

IRA ceasefire has been one long endgame, with no end in sight: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

There's no justice for those who fought the IRA: Daily Telegraph
Tim Collins

As a key suspect in the 1982 Hyde Park bombing walks free, it's worth remembering what mediation between once sworn enemies really means: The Independent
Mary Dejevsky

Editorials

Victims and survivors at conference resolve – this must not happen again: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Man shot in arms and legs outside Belfast youth centre: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Arrest over theft of 'PSNI documents': UTV

Eamon Collins murder – Suspect released unconditionally: BBC

MOD may resist identifying undercover Army unit, inquest hears: The News Letter

UPRG deny allegations in 'Help For Heroes' case: Coleraine Times

'Forget flags, Giro d'Italia will unite everybody': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Off-the-wall idea for Giro murals: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Irish Prime Minister Should Boycott NYC St. Patrick's Day Parade: Huffington Post
Sean Kay

'CyberNats' out to shut down debate on Scottish nationalism: The News Letter
N R Greer

A Nation once again?: The London Economic
Tomás McGoldrick

Wednesday, February 26

UUP fury that Richard Haass briefed the President: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Pay pension to Troubles victims, urges Kathryn Stone: The News Letter

Ministers block move over PSNI Chief Constable job criteria: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

IRA Hyde Park bombing suspect walks free after 'reckless' error by prosecution: The Independent
Paul Peachey, Jamie Merrill, Cahal Milmo

Betrayal of Hyde Park victims – IRA bomb suspect accused over slaughter of troops and horses walks free because letter from Blair's blundering officials gave him immunity: Daily Mail
Rebecca Camber, David Jones, Sam Webb and Mark Duell

Apology by PSNI for Hyde Park bomb error: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy and Gerry Moriarty

'Amnesty' letters to 187 IRA suspects 'a disgrace': The News Letter

Hyde Park IRA bombing – families attack police blunder: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

Hyde Park bomb – Villiers calls for 'independent' investigation: BBC

Peter Hain 'astonished' at Hyde Park bombing suspect John Downey arrest: Daily Telegraph

Evidence quickly led to convicted IRA member Downey: The News Letter

Hyde Park IRA bombing – 1982 bombing was one of the worst mainland atrocities: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

John Downey's suspected IRA links date back to 1971, court told: London Evening Standard
Paul Cheston

Hyde Park IRA bombing – 200 terror suspects told would not face prosecution in 'comfort letters': Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

John Downey profile: A 'supporter of the peace process' – and convicted IRA member: The Independent
Paul Peachey, Jamie Merrill

On The Runs – How court hearing revealed nature and extent of deal: BBC

The covert deal that was part of a lasting end to the Troubles: The Independent
David McKittrick

Hyde Park IRA bombing – prosecution of suspect could have threatened peace process: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

Good Friday agreement's brokers will applaud decision to free John Downey: TheGuardian.com
Ian Cobain

A disgraceful, squalid deal that leaves justice lying in the gutter: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP slams Dunloy parade as 'glorification of terrorism': The News Letter

'Brass neck' Gerry Kelly to sue chief constable over Land Rover incident: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

McGuinness denounces social media 'racist headbangers': BBC

Flags and murals are a local issue, insist Giro d'Italia organisers: The News Letter

Endgame for dissident republicans? Running out of Semtex, hardly any guns and only 30 members: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Duffy 'victim of 1990 loyalist ambush': UTV

Suspect (19) faces hoax bomb call charges: Lurgan Mail
Carmel Robinson

RIRA gangster goes into hiding after losing Sunday World case: Sunday World
Paula Mackin

Detectives quiz man over murder of IRA supergrass Eamon Collins: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Police arrest man in connection with 'horrific and grotesque' Newry murder: Newry Times

Clinton to address people in Guildhall Square: Londonderry Sentinel

'Make St. Patrick's Day a full public holiday' – Ritchie: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Sunday football – Clergyman plans protest at stadium: The News Letter

Sinn Fein demands Taoiseach Enda Kenny address Dail on latest whistleblower claims: Irish Mirror
Sarah Bardon

My office is dealing with more claims of garda malpractice – Gerry Adams: TheJournal.ie
Daragh Brophy

Developer Tom McFeely squares British bankruptcy bid against IRA past and says Priory Hall 'not a fire trap': Irish Post
Steve Cummins

Don't blame me for Priory Hall suicide, says McFeely: Irish Independent
Luke Byrne and Fiona Dillon

Fine Gael TD's fear over UK exit from EU: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ed Miliband warns Scots 'no currency union if I am Prime Minister' (Feb 23): Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Scottish independence – Nationalists can expect a stiff grilling (Feb 18): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Tuesday, February 25

Victims' champion slams politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Victims give service reforms a cautious welcome: The News Letter

David Cameron slammed by dad of IRA victim: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Black is the new Orange, Gerry – Adams is barking up wrong tree: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

UDA won't force me out, says gun victim Jordan Spence: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Martin McGuinness in 'Maze problem-solving mode': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Bullies who attacked Anna Lo were attacking all of us: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Richard Haass talks – Cross-party proposals on dealing with the past cost taxpayer £250,000: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Rivals clash at Belfast interface: UTV

Dunloy IRA parade 'breaches commission guidelines': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Dunloy marks 30th anniversary of deaths of IRA men Declan Martin and Henry Hogan: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Third of police budget spent tackling terrorism, parades and disorder: The News Letter

Parcel bombs posted to British army offices all sent from here: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Kelly to sue over Land Rover incident: UTV

How can new PSNI Chief Constable take control without being pulled back into the past?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Newry man Stephen Murney cleared of terrorism charges: Newry Times

I was interned, says republican Stephen Murney following acquittal on terrorist charges after 14 months in jail: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Soldier to remain in custody: Donegal Democrat
Eamonn McFadden

Man arrested in Craigavon over dissident activity: Portadown Times

Man in court over warning to drug dealers: UTV

Jailed for urinating on PSNI wreath: Lurgan Mail

Kelly launches police legal action: Belfast Telegraph

No justification for Kelly suing Chief Constable: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Celebration of Irish language in Cookstown and Dungannon: Tyrone Times

Culture Minister Caral Ni Chuilin launches Irish language drive: Belfast Telegraph

Retired detective seeks leave to challenge Smithwick findings: The Irish Times
Aodhan O'Faolain

Clinton shows Queen's has friends in high places: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

England set to visit Dublin next summer for return friendly with Republic of Ireland: Daily Mail
Philip Quinn

Never on Sunday? An unholy row kicks off over Northern Ireland's Euro 2016 tie: Belfast Telegraph
David Whelan

IFA should fight Uefa Sunday game decision, says former footballer: BBC

IFA 'had no say' in first ever Sunday home game: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Controversial Irish rebel song written by former teacher from Cookstown: Mid Ulster Mail

Council calls for independent judicial inquiry into An Garda Siochana: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Scottish independence – Plan B to keep using pound: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab, Andrew Whitaker and Frank Urquhart

You can bank on independence coming at a price: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Monday, February 24

Share-out of Maze centre's £18.1m big blow to Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

How could David Cameron refuse to save my charity? Father of boy killed by IRA hits out after PM turns down plea for cash to help bombing victims: Daily Mail
Simon Walters

Kieran Doherty – Appeal four years after Real IRA murder: BBC

Man sentenced over July 12 rioting in city (Feb 21): The News Letter

Dunloy marks 30th anniversary of IRA men's deaths: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

PSNI refuses hearing loss payments breakdown request (Feb 18): BBC
Vincent Kearney

Why Is Free Speech Not Good Enough for Northern Ireland?: Huffington Post
Mike Harris

UUP and DUP in race to sign quitting Linfield legend David Jeffrey: The Sunday Life
Joe Oliver

Lesson in sharing to be learnt (Feb 17): The News Letter

Economic stability and growth for Northern Ireland outside EU sphere is debatable (Feb 18): Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

When symbolism is not enough (Feb 21): Derry Journal
Editorial

'Slan to Sean' protest over Irish services: Irish Independent
Brian McDonald

Why are Irish language groups protesting?: The Irish Times

Euro 2016 – Northern Ireland to play first ever Sunday international at Windsor Park: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie and Graham Luney

Cross-Border penalty points system put on hold: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Robinsons sell US holiday home – First Minister loses £81,100 on family's luxury villa in the Florida sun: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Aberdeen fans' anthem is Stand Free for a reason.. because they stand free from bigotry (Feb 7): Scottish Daily Record
Michael Gannon

Let's stick together – Scots urged to reject independence (Feb 23): Scottish Express
Ben Borland

Scottish independence – Oil politics centre stage: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Scottish independence – Warnings over pound 'swaying undecided voters' as poll shows strong lead for 'No' vote: The Independent
Oliver Wright

David Bowie isn't the only celebrity to have entered the Independence debate...: Glasgow Evening Times

Bravehearts may balk at leaving union (Feb 23): Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

The Disunited Kingdom: New York Times
Kathleen Jamie

Sunday, February 23

'McGuinness IRA northern Commander in 1995', states republican's prison note: The News Letter

Provos' murder campaign copper-fastened partition: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

'Elvis' crosses the line for peace in Belfast: BBC
Allan Preston

Blocking National Crime Agency 'helps 145 gangs': The News Letter

Why Christian faith is foremost for Ulster politician (Feb 20): The News Letter

A shared future the way to go (Jan 31): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Race or politics, all real barriers are in the mind (Feb 20): Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Minister McGinley's "complete failure" to defend the Irish language prompts resignation call: Donegal Democrat

Fuel crime must lead to more jail sentences: The News Letter
Editorial

Integration 'is two-way traffic' (Feb 19): Belfast Telegraph

International peace expert hails Derry archive project (Feb 6): Derry Journal

Equal rights of LGBT people and their families must be unambiguously protected: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

We will all move together or we won't move forward at all (Feb 19): Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Changing the Garda culture: The Irish Times
Editorial

Celtic – Neil Lennon welcomes Green Brigade return (Feb 17): BBC

No easy fix for sectarianism: Glasgow Evening Times
Stewart Paterson

62% of Britons agree with David Bowie and want Scotland to stay with us: Sunday Express
Marco Giannangeli

Olympic curling medallist, bagpipe champion, kilt wearer – Is Eve Muirhead Alex Salmond's secret weapon?: Independent on Sunday
Tom Peck

Why David Bowie makes the Scottish Nationalists nervous: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

After bullying and Bowie there will be nothing united about this Kingdom following the referendum ...: Sunday Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Ukraine is a country divided against itself. Watch out, Scotland (Feb 21): The Independent
Boyd Tonkin

Saturday, February 22

First Ministers agree to major shake-up in victims' service: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Victims and Survivors Service – Leaders accept recommendations: BBC
Martina Purdy

UKIP warns Unionists – Don't get suckered into Haass deal: The News Letter

UUP boss visits Fountain and says estate is a litmus test for a shared society: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Parades Commission rejects last-minute plea over Dunloy IRA parade: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Cookstown councillor backs Willie Frazer over Sinn Fein plaque row: Tyrone Times
Stanley Campbell

Willie Frazer becoming shirty defies belief: Belfast Telegraph
Jane Graham

Anger over Stormont policy on roadside paramilitary shrines: The News Letter

Offensive 'IRA card' cleared from shelves: Ulster Star

NI21 hopeful – I'm to right of Hitler: The News Letter
Sam McBride

12 deny killing Coleraine community worker Kevin McDaid: BBC

Senior judge warns of prosecution delays in McDaid case: Irish News

David Black murder – Dublin man charged with withholding information: Tyrone Times

Mortar bomb plot prisoner 'penalised over contact with Colin Duffy', court hears: The News Letter

Rioter's wish to go to prison is granted: The News Letter

Bomb victim's family take legal action against retired cops: Derry Journal

42 years since Aldershot was bombed by the IRA: 964Eagle.co.uk

Bus driver who was told to drive bomb to police station receives bravery award: Derry Journal

Sandy Row club's sectarian claims: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Robber fails in action against 'Sunday World': The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Brendan Conway v Sunday World judgement provides long-awaited vindication for investigative journalism: Belfast Telegraph
Olivia O'Kane

Ireland is no cold house but influence of Church is overbearing: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Wolsey

Faith issues – Schools need to include all: Irish Examiner
Editorial

The latest threat to Scottish independence? Eurovision! Scotland warned it is not guaranteed a place if it replaces BBC with its own broadcaster: Daily Mail
Daniel Martin

Scots tell David Bowie to 'f*** off back to Mars': The Irish Times
Harry McGee

David Bowie, George Osborne and the PCS union have given Scottish nationalists momentum: The Spectator
Hamish Macdonell

Bad news Alex – the beating hurt of curling is unionist. All hope is lost (Feb 20): The Guardian
Esther Addley

Is there a difference between voting to get out of the UK and voting to get out of the EU?: The Spectator
Charles Moore

Northern Irish man witnesses Basque terrorists Eta give up weapons: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle Smyth

Gerry McKenna to deliver peace lecture in Iraq: Coleraine Times

Friday, February 21

Call for NIO intervention over flouting of parade law: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

UUP joins criticism of Dunloy IRA parade: The News Letter

Unhappy Spratt tells Nesbitt – I'm not a child: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Fein organ grinders act as if it's Tsarist Russia: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Frazer's views are not representative: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Gregory in a twist over success of H-block song: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

These new IRA parcel bombs suggest an exasperating tenacity: TheGuardian.com
Malachi O'Doherty

Security threat poses doubt over venue for IRA men's inquest: Irish Independent

'Disappointing' response to Bloody Sunday witness appeal: PSNI: Derry Journal

Loyalists plan mass protest over Magherafelt Council plaques: Mid Ulster Mail
Stanley Campbell

Gerry Kelly invited to Hydebank for jailbreak talk – inquiry launched: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Saving the Irish language is easy: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Brendan Patrick Keane

A big day for language equality: Donegal Democrat
Editorial

Northern Ireland got 94% less than Republic from EU fund: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Bring back Red Hand of Ulster as Northern Ireland Tourist Board's logo – Ukip: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Trinity scholars break from 400-year-old prayer tradition (Feb 15): Evening Herald
Joyce Fegan

Time to excommunicate religion from our schools: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Irish amateur boxers at Stormont over sectarianism: BBC

Academics – sectarianism in Scotland goes beyond football and is 'not limited to the West': The Herald

'Sectarianism and anti-Irishness in Scotland is a serious issue', says diplomat: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Scottish independence – currency union warning 'backfires' on Westminster: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

David Bowie abused by CyberNats after pro-UK Brits speech: Daily Telegraph
Ben Riley-Smith

Scots Catholics of Irish descent no longer live in fear of independence: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Benefiting the UK is most logical option (Feb 13): The Scotsman
James Mirrlees

Japan's 'Irish Question': Weekly Standard
Dennis P. Halpin

Thursday, February 20

Call for NIO intervention over flouting of parade law: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

UUP joins criticism of Dunloy IRA parade: The News Letter

Unhappy Spratt tells Nesbitt – I'm not a child: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Fein organ grinders act as if it's Tsarist Russia: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Frazer's views are not representative: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Gregory in a twist over success of H-block song: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

These new IRA parcel bombs suggest an exasperating tenacity: TheGuardian.com
Malachi O'Doherty

Security threat poses doubt over venue for IRA men's inquest: Irish Independent

'Disappointing' response to Bloody Sunday witness appeal: PSNI: Derry Journal

Loyalists plan mass protest over Magherafelt Council plaques: Mid Ulster Mail
Stanley Campbell

Gerry Kelly invited to Hydebank for jailbreak talk – inquiry launched: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Saving the Irish language is easy: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Brendan Patrick Keane

A big day for language equality: Donegal Democrat
Editorial

Northern Ireland got 94% less than Republic from EU fund: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Bring back Red Hand of Ulster as Northern Ireland Tourist Board's logo – Ukip: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Trinity scholars break from 400-year-old prayer tradition (Feb 15): Evening Herald
Joyce Fegan

Time to excommunicate religion from our schools: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Irish amateur boxers at Stormont over sectarianism: BBC

Academics – sectarianism in Scotland goes beyond football and is 'not limited to the West': The Herald

'Sectarianism and anti-Irishness in Scotland is a serious issue', says diplomat: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Scottish independence – currency union warning 'backfires' on Westminster: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

David Bowie abused by CyberNats after pro-UK Brits speech: Daily Telegraph
Ben Riley-Smith

Scots Catholics of Irish descent no longer live in fear of independence: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Benefiting the UK is most logical option (Feb 13): The Scotsman
James Mirrlees

Japan's 'Irish Question': Weekly Standard
Dennis P. Halpin

Wednesday, February 19

'No alternative to Haass' – SF: Derry Journal

Minister of Justice maintains position on PSNI chief constable appointment rules proposal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Factional in-fighting at Stormont leaves us at mercy of Tories: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

'My life was in peril', says Lord Mayor on Woodvale attack: The News Letter

Woodvale Park – Belfast mayor Máirtín Ó Muilleoir 'feared for his safety in loyalist protest': BBC

Gerry Kelly Land Rover row driver may now face internal PSNI discipline probe: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Support for police officer in Gerry Kelly Land Rover case: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

David Black murder was reprehensible – Fianna Fail leader: Mid Ulster Mail

Two soldiers arrested over suspected involvement with dissident republicans: Irish Examiner

Real IRA leader Michael McKevitt in bid to overturn terror conviction: BBC

How pair survived ambush by UVF: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

PSNI overtime bill 'over £72m' for 2013: UTV

Chinese politician racially abused online by Northern Ireland loyalists: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Anna Lo 'disappointed' by racist abuse after flag and mural comments: The News Letter

Giro d'Italia – Arlene Foster says no to calls to remove murals: BBC

Giro d'Italia – Removing Belfast terror murals a 'is just hiding our sectarian behaviour': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

DUP wrong to attack Lo's flag plea: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Family silence after Sinn Féin apologies: Wexford People
Maria Pepper

Kingsmill – Haunted by nightmares, tortured by a survivor's guilt, at last Alan feels he is being listened to: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Bailie

Kennedy comments as Coroner's Inquest into Kingsmills Massacre re-opens: Newry Times

Former IRA prisoner's brother wants own legal representation at inquest: The News Letter

Frazer in sick 'Murph insult: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Willie Frazer's fury over 'GAA shirt' in EastEnders dismissed as absurd and inappropriate: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Roadmap needed for shared education: Belfast Telegraph
Danny Kinahan

Cunningham confesses to two counts of money laundering: Irish Examiner
Liam Heylin

Ireland and Britain seek to boost tourist numbers with common visa: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Irish civil service 'needs Patten-style language job quotas': BBC

People should be 'promoting' and 'celebrating' the Irish language: The Irish Times
Sorcha Pollak

Celtic song row still causing hurt: The News Letter

Unionist angered by 'rebel' song: Derry Journal

Scottish independence – Most Scots back 'devo max': The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

As Scotland Mulls Independence, A Stupid London Plays It Dirty: Forbes.com
Eamonn Fingleton

Currency talk more than bullying: The Scotsman
Allan Massie

Tuesday, February 18

Uncertainty over Obama meeting: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

New IRA sent bombs to army recruitment centres, Met confirms: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland – the peace process and the dissident menace: The Independent
David McKittrick

'Irish unity should be about people, not territory' – Fianna Fáil leader Michéal Martin: The News Letter
Alex Kane

When teasing stops, Allister has a big decision to make: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Willie Frazer fury over 'GAA shirt' in EastEnders – but it's only a school PE top: Irish Independent
Chris Kilpatrick

Willie Frazer defends Eastenders' Ballymena GAA jersey tweets: The News Letter

IRA memories of Libyan tyrant secreted away: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Smithwick cast a cloud on all gardai, say veterans: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Kingsmill survivor says informers helped IRA murder 10 Protestants: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Kingsmills massacre – Alan Black says state agents involved: BBC

Sinn Fein 'reneged on welfare pledge' – Wilson anger at £5m monthly coast of impasse: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Irish language campaigners to demonstrate in Belfast: BBC

EU respects Irish language more than our leaders do: Irish Examiner
Laura Gaynor

Why it is too late now to save the Irish language: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Kevin O'Brien

Plans for hourly 90-minute Dublin-Belfast rail link: The News Letter

Abuse cover-ups must be revealed – Unionists need to be probed: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Giro d'Italia – Call to remove murals and flags from NI route: BBC

Ban all paramilitary flags and murals during Giro d'Italia, MLA says: Irish Mirror
Una Murphy

BBC bans Celtic supporters song 'glorifying IRA': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Catholic manager Fenlon tipped to take over at Linfield: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Alistair Darling – Scottish Independence debate over the pound and the EU seen as 'defining': The Independent
James Cusick

Alex Salmond's fury over Barroso's EU membership rebuff: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Brown

Barroso's remarks on Scottish independence are as ludicrous as his record in office: TheGuardian.com
John Palmer

Alex Salmond's plan to win the independence referendum by reassuring Scottish voters is in ruins: Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

Whether Unionists Like It or Not, Scottish Independence – However Defined – Is Now a Serious Proposition (Feb 12): Huffington Post
David Torrance

Scottish independence – bracing for the Oops Scenario: The Guardian
Al Kennedy

Monday, February 17

Hoax alert evacuates Carrickfergus homes: UTV

Carrickfergus bomb alert – Fourth security operation in same street in less than a month: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

MI5 followed me to Lithuania: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

MI5 responsible for deciding who gets home protection: Irish News
Connla Young

A blunder that mars the success of last year's G8 summit (Feb 8): The News Letter
Editorial

I have a dream today... but the reality of shared education in Northern Ireland is a nightmare: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

We must not allow the US-Irish ties that bind weaken: Irish Independent
Trina Vargo

Why stop at election posters – should we not remove flags and paramilitary murals from the route of the Giro d'Italia?: Irish News
Marie Louise McCrory

Thousands march for language rights: The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caollaí

'More must be done to stop inadvertent roaming' – Fearon (Feb 4): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Corporation tax cut has potential to create 58,000 jobs in Northern Ireland – McGuinness (Feb 14): Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Good Relations programme to engage young people (Jan 28): Newtownabbey Times

No borders to education (Jan 20): Derry Journal

Scuppering organ donation 'opt-out' plan in Northern Ireland is just crazy (Feb 13): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Dublin mayor calls for British legion hall to be saved: The Irish Times

Christians feeling marginalised – cleric (Jan 30): The News Letter

Pope Francis to receive formal invite for Irish visit: Irish Mirror
Sarah Barndon

Garda Ombudsman powers should be strengthened urgently, says O'Loan: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Scottish decision will recast Irish-UK links (Feb 14): The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

Independent Scotland 'would find it extremely difficult to join EU': The Guardian
Rajeev Syal

Scotland probably would not have to have its own separate currency first before joining the euro: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Lilico

Now Scots know – an independent Scotland won't be Salmond's 'same-but-slightly-different' vision: The Spectator
Hamish Macdonell

Nothing to lose but our debt (Feb 16): Sunday Herald
Robin McAlpine

The Prime Minister's message about independence was as much to the rest of the UK as to Scotland itself (Feb 9): The Independent
Editorial

Saturday, February 15

UK Army office parcel bombs 'an attack on the Peace Process': Irish Post
Niall O'Sullivan

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Andrew Allen murder probe – man released without charge: Derry Journal

'New IRA' main suspects behind letter bombs: Daily Telegraph
Ben Farmer

Army Bomb Scare – Philip Hammond Says 'We Have Not Taken Our Eye Off The Ball With Northern Ireland': Huffington Post

Kent professor blames "fragile peace process" for suspect package attacks: YourCanterbury.co.uk
Joe Bill

The easy option for harried terrorists: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Gerry Adams' tweets – Ducks, teddy bears and a dog called Snowie: BBC
Martina Purdy

Landmark Dublin view to open to the public: RTE

Jim Allister: Once dismissed as 'fringe player' – few now would describe TUV leader in such terms: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Online threats to McGuinness probe: Derry Journal

'Constructive' debate the order of the day away from feuding and squabbling in glare of media: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambre

'Threats sent my son to bridge': Derry Journal

Finucane anniversary marked in Derry: Derry Journal

Release Devenny files – Eastwood: Derry Journal

Seeger anthem showed civil rights marchers they could overcome: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Why the Irish language is dying in Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Ulster Scots committee plan: Larne Times

Tory John Lund – Villiers has done zilch for Northern Ireland: The News Letter
Sam McBride

NI21 calls Northern Ireland Assembly 'embarrassing': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Not quite how others see us: Derry Journal
Editorial

NI21 corporation tax warning – Executive needs to shake up 'outdated and inadequate' budget system if change is to take place: Belfast Telegraph
David Elliott

Anger at Celtic fans' support for song 'glorifying' hunger-strikers: The News Letter

Landmark Dublin view to open to the public: RTE

Anti-poster campaign nonsensical, says ex-MEP: The News Letter

GSOC controversy highlights the joke of a democratic Ireland: Irish Examiner
Michael Clifford

Right direction for sectarianism drive: The Herald
Editorial

Alex Salmond under pressure to produce alternative currency plans: TheGuardian.com
Severin Carrell

Scotland referendum – Yes vote would not guarantee all of Alex Salmond's independence plans: The Independent
Andrew Grice

Scotland referendum – politics at the business end: The Guardian
Editorial

Britain is doomed – even if Salmond loses September's independence referendum: The Spectator
Ed West



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