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Wednesday, January 31

Elections for Ulster assembly get the go-ahead for March: The Times
Fran Yeoman

Pressure mounts on DUP over power sharing: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Final impediment to devolution removed says Hain: UTV Internet

IMC praises Sinn Fein policing commitment: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Crime victims should go to police – McGuinness: Derry Journal

Loyalists are 'slowly moving from crime': Belfast Telegraph

Renegade republican terrorists 'a serious threat': Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham and Tom Brady

Will Stormont break the Jim Wells jinx?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Game on for Stormont but it's your move now Dr Paisley . . .: Irish Independent

IMC report set to follow a well-established script: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Once Again, The Big Transition: The Blanket (Jan 28)
Dolours Price

N. Ireland peace at last – or is it?: Chicago Sun Times (Jan 30)
John O'Sullivan

Will actions follow Sinn Fein's words?: The News Letter

Paisley the peacemaker?: The Guardian
Peter Taylor

Optimism in Northern Ireland: Los Angeles Times (Jan 30)

Little time for a political sincerity test: Belfast Telegraph

IMC findings – Report paves the way for devolution: Irish Examiner

PSNI make new appeal over McCartney murder:
Patrick Logue

SF urged to help in McCartney case: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Proposed protocol totally misses the point: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Ahern meets with new US Envoy: UTV Internet

Commission examines O'Loan probe: Belfast Telegraph

Orde anger at collusion response: BBC

Unionist failure to attend meeting prompts angry rebuke from McCord: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

'Terrosist crimes' must be probed says Allister: UTV Internet

Family of IRA 'nutting squad' victim want collusion inquiry: Sunday Life (Jan 28)
Stephen Gordon and Chris Anderson

Disgusting justification for sectarian murders: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

"Rioters tarnished the memory of those who died on Bloody Sunday" – John Kelly: Derry Journal
Laurence McClenaghan

Building bridges to a brighter future: The News Letter

I love my family, dying bomb victim told police: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Framed man criticises UDR victims' fund: (from the Irish News, Jan 27)
Seamus McKinney

New MI5 base to monitor both sides of Irish Sea: Irish Democrat (Jan 29)
Joe McVeigh

SDLP to launch economy document:

Orange Lodge backs Catholic stance on adoption: The Scotsman
James Kirkup

Tuesday, January 30

Adams calls for public to co-operate with PSNI: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Dan Keenan and Mark Hennessy

DUP gives a cautious welcome to Sinn Fein's historic North move: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Dominic Cunningham

Paisley's reaction to SF move: UTV Internet

'No delivery means no government': The News Letter

Blair and Ahern weigh up Sinn Féin vote: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Parties must follow through on commitments says Hain: UTV Internet

Dodds questions timeframe for testing SF policing move: Belfast Telegraph

Rough ride for FAIR: The News Letter

Government is to confirm election: BBC

SF boycott gone but not forgotten: UTV Internet

Nothing should be allowed to derail process, says Reid: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

New PUP leader makes appeal: UTV Internet

'Sinn Fein could help smash crime: Daily Mirror
Alan Erwin

Sinn Féin to hold meeting with Methodists: RTE

Paramilitary monitors' report due: BBC

What was it all for? asks a grieving RUC mother: The News Letter

Not enough change, say victim's family: (from the Irish News)
Marie Louise McCrory

What 'yes' vote means in the long term as Rubicon is crossed: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

N. Ireland's decisive move toward peace: Christian Science Monitor
Mark Rice-Oxley

History will judge importance of 'Yes' vote: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

A giant leap, but it's not the end of brinkmanship: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

DUP left coming to terms with responsibilities: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

SF Seeks to Curtail NI Policing: The Blanket (Jan 19)
David Adams

Sinn Fein on the police beat: Boston Globe

The vote is over – now for proof of bona fides: The News Letter

Has devolution come any closer?: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-IRA prisoner to stand against SF:

Assembly bid by father of young murder victim: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Flanagan likely inspired by military and political elite: (from the Sunday Journal, Jan 28)
Eamonn McCann

The buck stops where exactly?:
Robin Livingstone

More topsy-turvy times ahead after revelations: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Collusion evidence – trickle becomes a flood: Irish Democrat (Dec 30)
David Granville

President McAleese plays a risky constitutional game: Irish Independent
Justine McCarthy

Shoukri granted bail: UTV Internet

Two cleared of UDA and gun charges: The Scotsman
Brian Horne

War of words erupts over CRJ draft:
Damian McCarney

Oath challenge lawyer now a judge: BBC

Ex-hunger striker complains over MI5:

Monday, January 29

Sinn Fein Endorses Plan for Ulster Police Reforms: New York Times
Eamon Quinn

Sinn Fein accepts police force: Los Angeles Times
William Graham

Adams wins historic vote from Sinn Fein to back Irish police forces: The Independent
David McKittrick

PMs welcome Sinn Fein police move: BBC

Paisley and Ahern welcome 'landmark' party decision: Irish Independent
Breda Heffernan

Paisley says SF 'must deliver':

Adams tells faithful – we must do a deal on policing: Irish Independent
Lorna Reid

Party has lost argument on policing says MEP: (from the Irish News, Jan 27)
Claire Simpson

Now it's over to you: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

A momentous day for both the IRA and law and order: The Times
David Sharrock

The final compromise: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Pressure on DUP after SF says 'yes' to policing: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

It's hello Mary Lou goodbye to the old brigade: Irish Independent

Done & Dusted: The Blanket (Jan 28)
Anthony McIntyre

Not quite everyone sang from the same hymn sheet: Irish Independent
Lorna Reid

Where to now for the republican refusniks?: Sunday Life (Jan 28)
Ciaran McGuigan

A quantum leap for Sinn Fein, now it's up to DUP: Irish Independent

Why it suits Sinn Fein to do policing deal now: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards


Back the police. . . and our fight for justice: Sunday Life (Jan 28)
Stephen Breen

Once again fings ain't what they used to be: (from the Irish News, Jan 27)
James Kelly

Handling recommendations 'naive': Sunday Life (Jan 28)
Alan Murray

McAleese condemns 'despicable' collusion: UTV Internet

Ombudsman 'needs access' to MI5: (from the Irish News, Jan 27)
William Scholes

"Culture of subservience" established by MI5: (from the Sunday Times, Jan 28)
Liam Clarke

Orde on the Line: Irish Voice/

Don't swap your guns for begging bowls: The Times
Tim Hames

Republic has a debt to pay – Buchanan: Ulster Herald
Michael Devlin

Students call on TCD to fly the flag every day: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Bill would put Ulster hour behind London: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 26)

Sunday, January 28

SF members set to back policing: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Historic deal as Adams rolls back the years of hate: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Devolution or Dublin, DUP is told: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

New police gain trust on a bipartisan beat: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Militant republicans shout surrender but unionists should say 'well done Gerry': (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Fein marches onward into cul-de-sac: Sunday Business Post
Vincent Browne

Adams sells his message: Sunday Business Post
Brian Feeney

A truce is not the same as peace: The Spectator
Charles Moore

Today the Provisionals embrace 'Northern Ireland': The Observer
Henry McDonald

Whither Late Sinn Fein?: The Blanket (Jan 21)
Michael Gillespie

Ex-prisoners may run against SF: UTV Internet

Collusion officer gets PSNI promotion: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Ex-RUC officers threaten to oust 'agents': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

My campaign 'is not about the RUC but about justice': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

McCord blasts MP for 'shameful' remarks: The News Letter (Jan 25)

NI report shocks but it cannot help us move on: Sunday Independent
Alan Ruddock

Did MI5 pay the murderer Haddock?: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

How Britain created Ulster's murder gangs: Sunday Herald
Neil Mackay

How collusion was built into the system: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

They left my informer free to kill: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Who will pay for mass murder?: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

The victims deserve justice: (Jan 26)
Martin Morgan

The home truths ...: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

A police force with a history of collusion hopes for a fresh start: New Statesman

Turning a blind eye: Irish Echo

Flim-flam Flanagan: Sunday Mirror
Richard Stott

MP – Flanagan's position untenable: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Asset recovery costs us a fortune: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

Murdered man's mother calls for probe of 'Stakeknife' role in killing: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Playwright forced into hiding 'will not be silenced': Irish Independent (Jan 27)
Anne-Marie Walsh

Revealed – Killeen in IRA bomb man plea: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

I'm proud to be British – but let's put the Union to the vote: Daily Telegraph (Jan 19)
Jeff Randall

Saturday, January 27

Adams set to carry uneasy policing vote: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

'We're the mainstream republicans now' – say anti-PSNI group: Derry Journal

CIRA says no to Adams invitation: BBC

Ard fheis police verdict only a start – DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

No need for Tammany tactics this time: (from the Irish Times)
Ed Moloney

Sinn Fein should bite the bullet as books are now balanced: Irish Independent
Bruce Arnold

Hain hopeful as Ulster's political endgame draws to a close: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

IMC to issue new report next week: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

North politics? Let's change the subject: Irish Independent

Sinn Fein stands poised at cross-roads: Belfast Telegraph

Adams apologises to volunteers' families: Derry Journal

Team to probe collusion killings: BBC

Unionists are 'in denial' over report – McCord: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ex-Branch officers refused to help inquiry, insists O'Loan: Belfast Telegraph

Mother claims police know who killed son: Derry Journal

Orde's Vow: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

The police played dirty tricks and deadly games. So what's new?: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

The realities of a very dirty war: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Unionists too must play role:

Haddock's drug den and the link to a gun tragedy: Belfast Telegraph

Reflections on the late David Ervine: The Blanket (Jan 9)
John Coulter

Portadown LVF boss jailed for 28 years:

Loyalist in feud murder retrial: BBC

Survivor labels McDougall plan a sop to the DUP: (from the Irish News)
Catherine Morrison

Pain of victims: The News Letter

Tohill issues mercy plea for kidnappers: (from the Irish News)

Arrest 'not unlawful' – IRA trial hears:

Reaveys ignore FAIR as apology calls grow: Newry Democrat

Fair planning protests as 'issue is still very much alive': (from the Irish News, Jan 24)
Valerie Robinson

Martin McAleese meets Orange Order:

'No' to Derry – Campaign to continue: Derry Journal
Stephen Emerson

Londonderry designation must remain: The News Letter

A tale of two cities: Derry Journal

1976 State papers

The hidden role of the SAS: Irish World (Jan 10)
Tom Griffin

Friday, January 26

Empey questions DUP's strategy over devolution: The News Letter

Adams in 'police manners' promise: BBC

Tele to publish SF policing pamphlet: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Adams gets Border backing over Sinn Fein in policing: Impartial Reporter

McCabe widow gives SF 'benefit of doubt' on policing: Irish Examiner
Brian Hutton

SF pamphlet campaign 'just more words': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Duddy confident motion on PSNI will be passed: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan Duddy

Republicans blasted over Polish 'police': The News Letter

Leadership will secure convincing support to make move on policing: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

First step to accountable policing is support: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Weighing up the scales:
Evan Short

Special Branch facing second collusion probe: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

'Take back the George Cross':
Damian McCarney

Politicians and public unite in defence of RUC: The News Letter

Ex-informer defends RUC against critics: The News Letter

Ombudsman thanked us says former Special Branch chief: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton and Mark Hookham

MEPs redress SF collusion email: The News Letter

O'Loan, what she didn't say: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Albiston

State terrorism was used to uphold the Union:
Gerry Adams

Let's not speak of how the media and Provos collude: Belfast Telegraph
Kevin Myers

Stalling of O'Loan report to blame for bad timing: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Ombudsman's report – Start at the top:
Des Wilson

Our man has some neck to tell Blair he should give O'Loan more clout: Irish Examiner
Pat Brosnan

Days of Decision in Ulster: New York Times

Dodds seeks assurances on merger: The News Letter

Emblems linked to marching season:

Dissidents 'targeting McGuinness': BBC

Garda tells of delay in arresting IRA cash suspect: Irish Independent
Sorcha Griffith

SF rejects plans to compensate UDR families: Belfast Telegraph

Report on victims of Troubles wins praise: The News Letter

Justice schemes 'halted 500 attacks': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Praise for CRJ:
Evan Short

London still calling the tune to the Derry air: Irish Independent
Ian Graham

Victory for common sense: The News Letter

Scots independence could be what England needs: The Herald
Harry Reid

Thursday, January 25

Unionists block calls for collusion report debate: The News Letter

'Collusion' on the agenda at policing board meeting: UTV Internet

Durkan names three RUC chiefs who spurned collusion inquiry: Irish Independent
Vivienne Morgan

Named ex-Branch officers hit out at O'Loan:

Former senior Branch men blast 'rewriting of history': The News Letter

DUP defends policemen who hampered collusion inquiry: Ireland_On-Line

Ahern calls for British action on collusion:

Ahern rebuked for 'casting first stone': The News Letter

Raymond McCord calls for Flanagan to be sacked: UTV Internet

Denial an insult says brother of UVF victim: (from the Irish News)
Allison Morris

McCord angry at Purvis refusal: The News Letter

Father's praise for 'brave' officer behind informer: The News Letter

Informer saved my life says campaigning dad: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

'Remember he saved lives': The News Letter

Home truths about the collusion debate: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

British politicians remain silent despite revelations: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

UVF murders – police must reveal all: Belfast Telegraph

'Throw Purvis off policing board': The News Letter

Policing debate in Derry at boiling point: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Polish immigrants who want to join police are 'mercenaries' claims republican group: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Police debate mirrors history: BBC
Mark Devenport

Violence flares as police investigate attack: Derry Journal (Jan 23)

The Rule of Whose Law?: The Blanket (Jan 9)
Mick Hall

The best of buddies?: Belfast Telegraph
Emily Moulton

Loyalist accused told to leave NI: BBC

SF woman to address Bloody Sunday march despite clash with Ard Fheis: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

MPs want NI justice schemes vetted:

Court sees train station's CCTV footage in IRA membership trial: Irish Independent
Sorcha Griffith

Kidnappers face jail sentences: (from the Irish News)

Payout for those hit by Troubles: Irish Independent

Fenian folks need title too: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 22)
Pól Ó Muirí

Is the Union still relevant?: Scotland on Sunday (Jan 21)
Murdo MacLeod

Wednesday, January 24

SF seeks Stormont debate on O'Loan's collusion report: Belfast Telegraph

Police board meets on O'Loan report: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Dermot Ahern to discuss collusion report with SDLP and SF: Belfast Telegraph

Remember sacrifices of hundreds – Dodds: The News Letter

Police and UVF links – who at the top knew?: The News Letter

Ex-RUC chief defies critics over killings: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Defiant Flanagan comes out fighting: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

The most poignant moment of the day: The News Letter

My fears for McCord's life: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

UVF victim's family want justice: BBC

Murder files must be reopened – McWilliams: The News Letter

Murdered while police turned a blind eye: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

Brother feels 'let down' by the police: The News Letter

The latest instalment in a whole series of damaging disclosures: (from the Irish News)

Collusion with loyalists was British security policy: (from the Irish News)
Susan McKay

Meeting held on SF policing move: BBC

History in the making: Derry Journal
Ian Cullen

Killing The Messenger: The Blanket (Jan 21)
Martin Galvin

Police reforms must be built on to win respect: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

PSNI must show lessons have been learnt: Belfast Telegraph

Window on our troubled past becomes a little clearer: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Families call for Adams apology: Derry Journal

McCord to stand in NI election: BBC

Family of murdered SF man to meet Police Ombudsman staff: Belfast Telegraph

New PUP boss inspired by key loyalists: UTV Internet

IRA charge man had €94,000 in Daz box court told: Irish Independent
Diarmaid Mac Dermott

Top garda to testify in IRA case: UTV Internet

Judge frees 'Real IRA leader' on €40,000 bail: Irish Independent

Ireland pledges to pour millions into reviving north: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

All-island cash plan to benefit the North is hailed by Brown: Irish Independent
Bernard Purcell

DUP welcomes planned NDP spending in northern counties: Belfast Telegraph

Dobriansky new US envoy to NI:

Labour's growing pains in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Gordon Lucy

Northern Ireland's lessons for Iraq: BBC
Mike Wooldridge

'Englishness' on the rise as everyone feels less British: The Scotsman
Peter MacMahon

Tuesday, January 23

Report – N. Ireland Police Shielded Killers: Washington Post
Mary Jordan

N. Irish police hid crimes, report says: Los Angeles Times
Kim Murphy

RUC special branch had 'serial killer on books': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Dan Keenan, Frank Millar and Alexandra Cochrane

Nationalist fury over 'serial murder funded by the State': Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Dominic Cunningham

Collusion between the police and terrorist informants 'cost 15 lives': The Scotsman
Gerri Peev

No 1 – a serial killer with a salary: The Herald
Michael Settle

Orde offers apology to families of victims: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Parties left reeling by exposé of collusion: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham and Gene McKenna

Durkan calls on Flanagan to resign: RTE

Blair 'profound regret' over collusion:

Pressure mounts on Ahern: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Hain promises prosecution over police collusion: The Herald
Michael Settle

No prosecution of police officers who aided killers: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin and Dan McGinn

O'Loan challenged to identify officers: (from the Irish News)
John Manley

RUC probe hit 'wall of silence' by former officers: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

Junior officers 'supported at highest levels of RUC and PSNI': The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

'Our fight to achieve justice for Raymond does not end with this': Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham

'Vindicated' ex-detective would gladly give evidence to inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Collusion evidence missing or destroyed: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Special Branch officers 'much to be proud of': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Ombudsman's report reveals how policing has changed for the better: Irish Independent

This exposes Britain not as peacemaker, but perpetrator: The Guardian
Beatrix Campbell


Policing – SF woos grass roots as DUP dissent grows: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Sinn Fein winning the battle on policing: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Only A Fool: The Blanket (Jan 19)
Anthony McIntyre

Fine Gael demands that British come clean over loyalist attacks: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

PUP elects Purvis as new leader:

Men deny membership of banned UDA: BBC

Two arrested in Tohill probe: UTV Internet

Cork man to go on trial over alleged IRA: Belfast Telegraph

Row erupts over call for all-Ireland football team:
Roisin McManus

Ahern's football team a 'cynical' play: The News Letter

Death threats are linked to Ballymurphy feud:
Gemma Burns

Pedal plan for peaceline set to hit top gear: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Morton

Republic unveils cash plan for NI: BBC
Shane Harrison

Monday, January 22

DUP rebels move to stop Agreement: The Observer (Jan 21)
Henry McDonald

McGuinness puts focus on two governments: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

McGuinness dismisses opposition: BBC

Positive response for Adams on policing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Dan Keenan

Policing deal will not cement partition, says Adams:

Fr Reid confident SF can deliver on policing: (from the Irish News, Jan 20)
Allison Morris

Time is right for policing decision: Sunday Life (Jan 21)
Gerry Adams

IRSP drops support: Sunday Life (Jan 21)

RUC 'colluded with loyalist killers': The Times
Sean O'Neill

Retired detectives to examine controversial killings of the Troubles: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Report will call on PSNI to reopen murder cases: Irish Examiner
Colm Heatley

Hain – O'Loan report 'uncomfortable reading': RTE

Cops – We were only following orders: Daily Mirror

Attorney-General's mystery files: Sunday Life (Jan 21)
Alan Murray

Policing report 'devastating' but SF urged to hold its nerve: Irish Independent
Dan McGinn

Police face civil action over UVF murders: The Observer (Jan 21)
Henry McDonald

Victims of loyalist violence meet O Loan: RTE

Haddock is the tip of the iceberg: Sunday Life (Jan 21)
Brian Rowan

'Cat' considers ombudsman co-operation: (Jan 18)
Ciarán Barnes

Paisley called on to apologise to murdered brothers' family: (from the Irish News, Jan 18)
Allison Morris

PUP to select Ervine replacement:

Parties pay tribute to legend of peace process: (from the Irish News, Jan 20)
James Kelly

Luck of the Irish pays off big time: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

A shot to the heart for cupla focail: Sunday Business Post (Jan 14)
Emmanuel Kehoe

Labour wants Scotland in the Union purely for selfish reasons: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 19)
Eric Waugh

Honest debate on the Union: Scotland on Sunday

Sunday, January 21

About 2,000 to attend Sinn Fein ard fheis on policing: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

A crucial vote, but we're hopeful: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Dissidents roar 'No, no, no' to SF policing plans: Derry Journal (Jan 19)

Larry the Chef's new found support for PSNI: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

SF to meet with families of 'fallen comrades': Derry Journal (Jan 19)

SF refused permission for judicial review of IMC: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 19)

Secrets in Stormont Confidential: BBC
Mark Devenport

New police shift patterns 'could force officers out': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

NIO designs would ruin policing here: The News Letter (Jan 19)

It's a bad time to gamble on policing: Belfast Telegraph

Dossier of death: (from the News of the World)
Martin Breen

RUC collusion officers still in police force: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Special Branch officers will get away with collusion: (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

Sectarian killing that began evil chain of death: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

RUC was running UVF gang: Sunday Business Post
Colm Heatley

Can of worms opens on world of informers and their handlers: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Haddock on the bottom rung of collusion ladder: (Jan 19)
Mark Thompson

Victim's dad demanded inquiry: (from the News of the World)
Martin Breen

'David Ervine should have been arrested over my son's murder': (from the Sunday Tribune)
Suzanne Breen

Adams meets campaigning dad of victim: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Why I disliked and distrusted David Ervine: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

The sound of silence: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Sunday march clashes with policing Ard Fheis: Derry Journal (Jan 19)

Bloody Sunday remembered at march: BBC

What price unity?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

SDLP vows to fight for equality over tax: The News Letter (Jan 19)

Saturday, January 20

SF holding first policing meeting: BBC

Adams talks offer 'only for publicity': (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Former police chief approved cuts to PSNI: The News Letter

It's all change on the policing issue:
Martin Morgan

Mystery still surrounds what shinners were led to believe: (from the Irish News, Jan 18)
Newton Emerson

DUP denies GO-BETWEEN: The News Letter

I'll work with the DUP says Adams: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Policy reports may remain secret: BBC
Mark Devenport

Another special moment on road to peace: (from the Irish News, Jan 18)
Jim Gibney

O'Loan uncovers RUC collusion with killers: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty and Dan Keenan

Report to confirm collusion – SDLP: BBC

Over ten years of cover-ups left nineteen people dead:
Ciarán Barnes

Victim's family brand appeal a 'PR stunt':
Ciarán Barnes

PUP to choose new leader next week:

DUP drop two Assembly members: UTV Internet

Fraudster and 'burn flag' hard liner in DUP race:
Áine McEntee

Michael Stone remanded in custody:

Sinn Fein lose funding court battle: UTV Internet

Bush's special envoy to step down: BBC

Greens leader joins Parades body: UTV Internet

Lodge invites Catholics to use its hall: The News Letter

Ahern calls for united Irish soccer team:
Paul Anderson

Minister cheering for Ireland Utd: Irish Independent
Grainne Cunningham

Public to pay McDougall court bill: UTV Internet

SDLP backs corporation tax cut call: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Morton

Deputy leader interviews – Peter Hain: New Statesman
Martin Bright and John Kampfner

Give Scotland its economic independence and it will start to flourish like Ireland: The Independent (Jan 17)
Deborah Orr

Three centuries on, still offering excellent value: The Times (Jan 17)
Magnus Linklater

Friday, January 19

St Andrews wins support, but poll shows chances of success are slim: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Republican Sinn Féin rejects Adams offer of talks:

Return to violence not ruled out: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Brett

Armed factions need time – Adams: BBC

Hard debate for police union: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Policing meeting set for Clonard:

Sinn Fein Grasps the Nettle: Irish Voice/

A good deal will all depend on timing: Belfast Telegraph

Clonard debate is great opportunity:

Federation chief warns of threat from dissidents: The News Letter

Ramsey family say a tearful goodbye to their home of 26 years: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

DUP faces lobby anger: The News Letter

Price denies election rumour:
Roisin McManus

Dougan follows through on resignation threat: (from the Irish News, Jan 16)
Bimpe Fatogun

Ervine's brother willing to fight for PUP leader's seat: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Cooption move a grand gesture: (from the Irish News, Jan 16)

Call for cross-border inquiry into Omagh bomb: RTE

Even having confessed, agent stayed free to take more lives: (from the Irish News, Jan 17)
Barry McCaffrey

€18m assets frozen in IRA money laundering probe: Irish Examiner
Noel Baker and Dan McGinn

The history of a trial without precedent: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Real IRA suspect bailed despite fears: Irish Independent
Sorcha Griffith

Crown appeals loyalist acquittal: BBC

Belfast as Gaeilge? There's as much chance of aliens landing:
Manchan Magan

Minister challenged to defend Maze plan: The News Letter

Hain dares to defy a do-nothing Blair: Daily Telegraph

Thursday, January 18

Adams offers to meet dissidents over PSNI:

Garda chief speaks out on NI policing debacle: UTV Internet

Adams will ask S.F. members to back police policy: Irish Echo
Anne Cadwallader

SF defiant over bullet threats: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Time for flat-earthers to get a grip on reality: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

What if Pat Ramsay lived in England, not the Bogside?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Historic, maybe: Irish Echo

Calls for rescheduling of ard fheis over dates clash: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Orde warns of 'over-regulation' risk:

Police cuts plan 'ill-conceived': BBC

Why we need to spy on the spies: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Ryder

Independents battle main parties for seats: Newry Democrat

Prisoner stood out among loyalists: Sunday Life (Jan 14)
Alan Murray

Ervine would have understood where Reds' supporters were coming from: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 16)
John Laverty

Ervine's wife moved by tributes: BBC

Collusion report to name RUC officers:

'UVF collusion report must lead to inquiry for there to be justice': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Report on RUC/UVF collusion in killings: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

IRA men's families in Lords challenge bid: UTV Internet

Sorry: Newry Democrat

Judge to consider Omagh verdict: BBC

Primate says end royal ban against Catholics: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Independence for Scotland would be crazy, says Blair: The Guardian (Jan 17)
Patrick Wintour and Severin Carrell

A vow to empower the people to decide their future: The Herald (Jan 17)
Alex Salmond

Wednesday, January 17

NI deadline depends on St Andrews deal – Blair: RTE

Deal dissidents 'in the minority': BBC

SF policing meetings to begin at weekend:

IRA man's family accuse SF leaders of 'dishonesty': Derry Journal

Death threats sent to SF councillors: Irish Independent
George Jackson

Sinister twist to dissident threats: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir and Brendan McDaid

McGuinness admits Sinn Féin is playing for 'big stakes' on policing: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Gunmen get secret pardons: (from the News of the World, Jan 14)
Martin Breen

Attacks force ex-Mayor from home: UTV Internet

Courage and determination: Derry Journal

Poor reward for policing pioneer: (from the Irish News)

A working class hero is something to be: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

PUP leader was exception to universal truism: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Parties must step up to their marks: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 15)

Direct rule is 'harming society': BBC

Closing statements in Omagh case:

Omagh lawyer warns of travesty of justice: RTE

Omagh bombing verdict may take weeks: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Apology over murder 'treatment': BBC

Cop held over missing files: (from the News of the World, Jan 14)
Martin Breen

Ombudsman probes Adams shooting: BBC

Peter Curistan – Life after the House of Commons allegations: Belfast Telegraph (Jan 10)
Laurence White

We do not want to submit relatives to a further agony of hopes raised only to be dashed: Sunday Life (Jan 14)
Kenneth Bloomfield

Hain refuses to put up white flag over court case: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

An age-old injustice that must be settled: (Jan 8)
Liam Andrews

Hain warns of 'Balkans Britain': Belfast Telegraph
Mark Hookham

Can the Union survive?: The Herald (Jan 16)

For Better, for Worse: The Times

Tuesday, January 16

No move on NI deadline, says Hain: BBC

Hain shifts focus to Unionists: UTV Internet

Paisley comments boost North hopes:

Stakes high as Adams gambles that SF will back policing move: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

McGlinchey slams SF policing move: UTV Internet

Broad welcome for Sinn Féin move:

SF opens grass roots debate on policing: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

DUP criticises SF policing motion:

DUP is 'signed up' for new police – Ahern: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Will all parties heed the unspoken plea for politics to be done?: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Community must gear up for new era on policing:

Parties question motive behind abolition of assets recovery body: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

"Innocent people" comment is welcomed by victims' families:
Damian McCarney

Ervine funeral a remarkable display of hope: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Ex-UDA boss Gray 'penniless': UTV Internet

Party members' invite to McCord report: Sunday Life (Jan 14)
Stephen Breen

Omagh bombing was carried out by CIRA & RIRA: UTV Internet

Omagh bomb trial expected to end: BBC

Ramsey quits Bogside after 15 attacks on home: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Mother of INLA hunger striker to stand if elections go ahead: (from the Irish News)
Connla Young

Interview with Geraldine Finucane – Breaking the glass ceiling: Village (Jan 11)
Justine McCarthy

Hain to fight victims ruling: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Findlay faces disciplinary action: BBC

UUP critical of Brown article: (from the Irish News)
Claire Simpson

Brown defends UK but Act of Union ignored: Sunday Herald (Jan 14)
James Cusick

Welsh firmly back Britain's Union: BBC

Poll shows support for English parliament: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Referendum on split would need backing of whole UK: The Scotsman
Alan S Reid

The Big Question – What would happen if Scotland achieved its independence?: The Independent
Paul Kelbie

After 300 years, is there a future for the Union?: The Herald
Ian Bell


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