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Tuesday, January 31

McNarry – I've been betrayed, abused and hung out to dry: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Veteran Assemblyman 'will hardly be missed': The News Letter

David McNarry went too far in interview says Tom Elliott: BBC

Membership of secret talks teams revealed: The News Letter

UUP is a coalition of individuals: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Timeline to a party's meltdown ...: (from the Belfast Telegraph)

'I didn't take decision lightly': The News Letter
Tom Elliott

Peter Robinson takes the grandstand view: BBC
Mark Devenport

DUP outrage at boundary plan: UTV

Ex-RUC officers' jobs – senior police call for audit office probe: BBC

Senior PSNI officer sees battle with dissident republican violence as being a long haul: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Temporary staff was seen a 'short-term fix', former senior police say: BBC
Vincent Kearney

'Police threatened to ruin my life' – claim: Derry Journal

'Dark side' of policing still a concern for republicans: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Old Bailey bomber Marian Price's detention 'used as dissident recruitment tool': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

SDLP MLA Pat Ramsey critical of Marian Price detention: BBC

Duffy could be a real peace-maker: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

McGuinness Irish unity comments 'unrealistic': The News Letter

Large turnout at Uniting Ireland conference: Derry Journal

Robinson set trap for naive – McCrea: The News Letter

Robinson's GAA visit 'positive step': UTV

Robinson's move a game-changer: Belfast Telegraph

Computer is examined in Stephen Carroll court case: BBC

Former Sinn Féin councillor's DNA 'on jacket in car allegedly used by killers':
Henry McDonald

Man jailed for petrol bomb attack after parade: BBC

Lord Saville – Bloody Sunday was Derry's 'most terrible day': BBC

Bloody Sunday killings 'an appalling injustice': The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Eamonn McCann resigns as Bloody Sunday Trust chairman: BBC

Flag will fly for Jubilee: Lurgan Mail

What about the damn glam scam, eh, ma'am?: Belfast Media

Senior officer had Fleadh team role: UTV

Senior civil servants dealing with church 'should be screened': Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Reinstate our man in the Vatican, say FG TDs: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

No need for a tartan army when Salmond is around: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Civic Scotland 'will not agree second referendum question': Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Ed Miliband pledges to fight Salmond 'toe-to-toe' over referendum saying 'separation would not help people of Scotland': Daily Mail
Emma Reynolds

Labour puts a thoughtful case for the Union: The Herald

Monday, January 30

North in 'united Ireland vote by 2016': Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

UUP in crisis as McNarry resigns: The News Letter

Dissidents pose less of a threat as splits widen: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Top judge talking baloney – Hain (Jan 27): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Bloody Sunday anniversary marked: The Irish Times
George Jackson

'Bloody Sunday was poison. Finally our city is moving on': The Independent
David McKittrick

Derry is now a better place:
Jeananne Craig

Release IRA tapes says Jean McConville's daughter: BBC

Anger over 'hidden away' royal pictures: The News Letter

Basketball peace scheme comes on in leaps and bounds: Belfast Media

Beyond the pale – a city underclass bent on anarchy: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Warm welcome as smiling Robinson gets to grips with Gaelic football: Irish Independent
Lesley Houston

Fleadh goes North for first time: Irish Independent
Breda Heffernan

Troubles legacy blamed for Protestant migration from south Armagh: Newry Times
Paul Malone

An Irishman's Diary (Jan 28): The Irish Times
Frank McNally

In Swiftian tradition dean fires parting shot (Jan 29): Sunday Independent
Eamon Delaney

'Ireland Stand Up' is leading a powerful grassroots campaign to reverse the closure of Ireland's embassy to the Holy See – the politicians will now retreat (Jan 25): Catholic Herald
William Oddie

Pope unlikely to visit Republic but trip to North may be on the cards (Jan 28):
Michael Kelly

Irish want referendum on fiscal treaty: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Varadkar claims referendum option not democratic: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

European Treaty – Desire for a referendum: Irish Examiner

Scottish independence – Posing a simple question proves far from easy (Jan 27): The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

I still want to be in UK, says Alex Salmond: The Scotsman
Scott MacNab

Independence Part 1 – How Scotland has changed (Jan 29): Sunday Herald
Iain MacWhirter

Untied kingdom: Financial Times
Brian Groom

Ending the Union ends the UK and Salmond knows it: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Are we about to witness the end of Britain?: Daily Mail
Dominic Sandbrook

Sunday, January 29

Basil McCrea questions David McNarry's future in the UUP: BBC

If parties do unite, they need to do it soon (Jan 25): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Tories planning Ulster re-launch (Jan 25): The News Letter

If we open our minds the walls will come tumbling down: Belfast Telegraph

Security services making a killing from the Troubles (Jan 27): Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Events to mark Bloody Sunday anniversary: RTE

Memories of a radical lawyer (Jan 25): Derry Journal
Sean McLaughlin

Dramatic move as Senator John Kerry steps into Boston College dispute: Irish Voice/
Brian Fitzpatrick

View Garland should be tried in Ireland at heart of ruling (Jan 28): The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Robinson attends Gaelic football match: UTV

Peter Hain memoir – charm offensive won Paisley over: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Rev Ian Paisley ends 60 years of full-time ministry (Jan 27): BBC
Mark Simpson

Celebratory atmosphere at farewell service for Paisley (Jan 28): The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Bishop accused of incitement to hatred in homily: Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly

Derry to host Fleadh 2013: UTV

Irish Minister says Ireland's neutrality on Hitler was morally bankrupt: Irish Voice/
Cathy Hayes

Shatter spoke for Irish Protestants as well as the Jewish congregation: Sunday Independent
John Paul McCarthy

Cross-Border Conference on Addiction to help Newry Cuan Mhuire: Newry Times
Paul Malone

No further tax powers for Scotland, says David Cameron: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Scots should back calls for a parliament for England (Jan 26): The Scotsman
Eddie Bone

Who most wants independence for Scotland? The English…: The Observer
Andrew Rawnsley

Over to the people to have their say (Jan 26): The Herald

Tory iconography in a Whig nation (Jan 25): Daily Telegraph
Daniel Hannan

David Cameron calls for reform of European court of human rights (Jan 25): The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Europe's top judge – Cameron is wrong about human rights (Jan 25): The Independent
Nigel Morris, Jerome Taylor

Court in the dock (Jan 27): The Irish Times

Saturday, January 28

Tom Elliott 'explores' UUP-DUP cooperation: BBC

McNarry under fire over DUP talks claim (Jan 25): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

McNarry quits UUP assembly group: UTV

David McNarry, his party leader and a Friday night phone call: BBC
Martina Purdy

Unionists urged to attend SF united Ireland debate: BBC

Former prisoner is to chair Belfast policing: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Commissioner 'should oversee PPS': Belfast Telegraph

Gardai seize cache of dissident arms in apartment raid: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Northern Ireland terrorism suspect is just a trainspotter, lawyer says:
Henry McDonald

Message to those trying to wreck our city: Derry Journal
Claire Allan

Duffy – 'It's the H-Blocks again': Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

Ex-IRA chief could be tried here over Korean forgery plot: Irish Independent
Mark Hilliard

Ex-republican leader who never wavered in protesting innocence: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Extradition application refused but judge refers case to DPP: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

John Kerry Getting Involved in U.K. Case Over Irish Republican Army Fighters:

Judge tosses lawsuit seeking to block subpoenas for handover of secret IRA tapes (Jan 24): Washington Post

Boston College Caught In Dispute Over Belfast Project:
Sacha Pfeiffer and Lynn Jolicoeur

Neil Hyde 'has named Martin O'Hagan murder gang': BBC

'Sunday' anniversary must be 'iconic day' for demonstration 'Time for protest not over' march organisers: Derry Journal

Struggle Through Decades to Overturn Massacre Lies: Huffington Post
David Tereshchuk

Bloody Sunday helped reconcile Southern nationalists to partition: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

IRA convictions against husband and wife to be quashed: BBC

'Waterboard' torture claims heard: UTV

Conflict over 'Prime Time' apology: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Meeting queen leads to door marked 'Exit': Belfast Media
Jude Collins

All-island plan for alcohol pricing: UTV

Irish, NI and Scottish governments to pursue €7bn joined-up energy grid? (Jan 26):
Carmel Doyle

Treaty wording may help Irish Government avoid referendum (Jan 27): The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

Taking On Soccer Violence, One Derogatory Chant at a Time: New York Times
Sarah Lyall

More than just a Scottish question: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

'It won't work' is not good enough (Jan 27): The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

If Britain is so great,why can't they sell it to us?: The Herald
Ian Bell

Saying No to independence is not enough: The Scotsman
Henry McLeish

Friday, January 27

Empey – Scottish split 'may reignite Troubles': The News Letter

Nicholson hands UUP an age-old headache: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Unionist unity is illogical, impractical and wrong: The News Letter
Michael Shilliday

Hain memoir remarks 'unwarranted': BBC

Facing legal fury, Hain hits back: The News Letter

Security alert in Co Fermanagh: UTV

IRA membership trial collapses: The Irish Times

Man to face to terrorism charges: UTV

Donegal murder – 'more will face justice': Donegal Democrat
Declan Magee and Diarmaid MacDermott

Split over Bloody Sunday march plan: Belfast Telegraph

Family vow to clear Bloody Sunday victim's name: BBC

In the shadow of Bloody Sunday: Irish Examiner

Smithwick Tribunal – Tribunal defends garda's collusion warnings: The News Letter

Commemorations can be strong unifying influence: The Irish Times
Brian M Walker

Partition has 'shattered' Derry-Donegal, claims MacLochlainn (Jan 24): Derry Journal
Catherine McGinty

Fleadh decision due on Saturday: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

SF man to challenge gun licence snub: UTV

Row over banner: Lurgan Mail

Westminster visit for Ballymena's Creative Peace Mural Society: Ballymena Times

Celtic still to learn fate from UEFA: The Herald
Michael Grant

Martin McGuinness – How I fell in love with cricket (Jan 25):
Patrick Kingsley

School provision a Catholic right, says cardinal: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Parental control shaping education: Belfast Telegraph

Alex Salmond – 'Chancellor would bite our hands off to keep the pound': The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Nuclear subs will stay in Scotland, Royal Navy chiefs decide: Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup

Scottish independence referendum – Alex Salmond takes to the world stage to sell Scotland's story (Jan 26): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Mixed reaction to Scottish plan: UTV
Ken Reid

Why is Salmond so afraid of the 'S-word'?: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Are independence scare stories more likely to have the opposite effect? (Jan 22): Sunday Herald
Ian MacWhirter

Cornish party Mebyon Kernow sees the future in black and white:
Steven Morris

Thursday, January 26

McNarry 'has minutes of inter-party talks': The News Letter

More questions than answers over DUP-UUP discussions: BBC
Martina Purdy

Parties must move beyond peace process divide: The News Letter
Lee Reynolds

Peter Hain's memoirs – insights into haggling that led to Northern Ireland power-sharing deal: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Hain accused of attack on justice: The News Letter

Paterson condemns bomb attacks: Belfast Telegraph

Colin Duffy acquittal raised in Commons by William McCrea: BBC

Teen told to apologise to policemen's families: Derry Journal

Andrew Burns' family express sympathy for killer's family: BBC

DUP councillor would 'rather die' than be snapped with SF: Mid Ulster Mail

How Bobbie can show us all what respect really is: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Showdown: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Boston College Researchers Drink with the IRA, and Academics Everywhere Get the Hangover:
Harvey Silverglate & Daniel R. Schwartz

Boston College archives case has long reach: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Army's smuggling report 'exaggerated': The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

1981 murder case against Swatragh man 'collapses': Mid Ulster Mail

No Oscars for Margaret Thatcher's Irish legacy: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

Sinn Fein votes in favour of official apology to Irishmen who fought Hitler: Irish Voice/
Patrick Counihan

A time to pardon: The Irish Times

U-turn by Ulster Council on Derry fleadh welcomed: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Pregnant woman distressed after Irish passport issue: Derry Journal

Kyle Lafferty – My sectarian abuse every day: Scottish Sun
Nick Sharpe

Scottish independence – Momentous day as Salmond outlines referendum vision: The Scotsman
David Maddox, Eddie Barnes & Shan Ross

Verse used to put the case for and against Scottish independence: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Alex Salmond's 'loaded' question for Scots on breaking away – 'Do you agree your country should be independent?': Daily Mail
Tim Shipman

Poll boost as Salmond starts on historic path: The Herald
Brian Currie, Robbie Dinwoodie and Martin Williams

Alex Salmond's wish is for a home rule option for Scotland – and he'll get it:
Martin Kettle

Game, set, but a long way from match for Oor Eck: The Herald
Iain MacWhirter

If Mr Cameron fails to stand up to the devious, slippery Alex Salmond, the end of the Union will be his wretched legacy: Daily Mail
Stephen Glover

"Elephant and three Celtic fleas": BBC
Betsan Powys

Slippery Salmond is yet to convince: Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday, January 25

US judge finds no basis to stop release of IRA interviews: The Irish Times
Kevin Cullen

Federal judge dismisses suit that sought to block release of interviews by former Provisional IRA members: Boston Globe
Travis Andersen

Interviews About IRA Murder Head to Britain: Courthouse News Service
Rose Bouboushian

We won't give up terror tapes, say researchers: The News Letter

Boston College has undermined all researchers and journalists who rely on confidential sources (Jan 18): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Dark truths from our past lie silent in Boston College: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Simpson

UUP meeting after claim of secret DUP talks: The News Letter

Parties 'working together on Westminster matters': The News Letter

Unionists invited to attend Derry's unity conference: Derry Journal

We will listen: Dromore Leader

Supergrass accused won't give evidence: UTV

Photographs of PSNI officers 'found on hard drives': BBC

Martin Kelly jailed for dissident murder of Andrew Burns: BBC

Champion power-lifter denies any knowledge of IRA activities: Irish Examiner

Fury at two-day security alert: Derry Journal

Derry bombers 'have nothing to offer' – DPP: Derry Journal

'Colombia Three' not on the agenda, says vice-president: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Tributes to IRA bus blast driver: The Advertiser Series
Stuart Minting

SWP supporting 'Sunday' march: Derry Journal

Driver told to remove ribbon: Derry Journal

Leaders hit out at Derry Fleadh snub: UTV

Derry Fleadh bid to go ahead after decision reversed: BBC

Migration 'a legacy of the Troubles': The News Letter

Hunger Strike play set for Armagh: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Plaid victories 'could deliver independence referendum': BBC

England will be better off without Scots, says 'Anglophile' Alex Salmond: Daily Mail
Tim Shipman

Time to make a devo deal: The Scotsman
John Curtice

Can the Union handle a rude English awakening?: The Herald
Ian Bell

Alex Salmond – crossing the border:

Scots referendum triggers fears of Spain breakaway: The Herald

Tuesday, January 24

Boston researchers fight against seizure of IRA interviews:
Henry McDonald

Feds seek to dismiss lawsuit over secret IRA tapes: Boston Globe

BC legal battle to unfold before students: Boston Globe
Milton J. Valencia

Could they shed new light on a decades-old murder? Boston College ordered to release IRA tapes: Daily Mail

McConville death secrets in Boston archive: The News Letter

Boston College defends role in fighting tapes action: BBC

Caught in a tug of war: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Unionist parties in top level co-operation talks: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

United unionism – are we about to see a DUP and UUP alliance?: BBC
Martina Purdy

Now is the moment to sharpen up or be left behind: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Removing barriers in people's minds will bring down walls: Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Derry tourist office reopened after bomb attack: BBC

Ballykelly security alert 'elaborate hoax': Derry Journal

Man due to face terrorism charge in Londonderry: BBC

Battle for hearts and minds key to stifling terror threat: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Families want UVF handlers prosecuted: UTV

Hain stresses need to get along: UTV

Hain says 'best job' was NI Secretary role: BBC

Surprise at Ulster Council rejection of Derry fleadh application: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Fury as Derry bid to host All-Ireland fleadh rejected: Irish Independent
Eimear Ni Bhraonain

Just ignore the 'UK' part of the culture title: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Off-key fleadh call should be reversed: Belfast Telegraph

ITV slammed by watchdog for passing off clip from a video game as footage of IRA attack on British helicopter in flagship news show: Daily Mail
Richard Hartley-parkinson

Paisley travels to Africa for peace and reconciliation efffort: Ballymoney Times

DFM 'to stay clear' of Scottish debate: UTV

Dump Scots and unite with South – Get Ireland back with the Brits: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Scottish referendum poll suggests Alex Salmond has mountain to climb:
Tom Clarke

IPPR report – More English think devolution and Welsh assembly harmful: BBC

Scottish independence referendum – First Minister's aides in hush-hush meeting with English campaigner: The Scotsman
David Maddox

UK break-up debate 'too Scottish', says First Minister Carwyn Jones:
Matt Withers

England learning to fly its own flag: The Scotsman
Peter Jones

Monday, January 23

Police dismiss Duffy's 'planted DNA' claims: The News Letter

Profile – Brian Shivers already has 'death sentence' (Jan 22): Sunday Telegraph
Duncan Gardham

Bring on 'Northern Ireland Spring': The News Letter
Alex Kane

UUP ill-advised to cosy up to the DUP: Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams no fear about Boston College tapes: BBC

Judge to BC – Turn over more materials: Boston Globe
Travis Andersen

Martin McGuinness prepared to meet Queen in future:
Henry McDonald

Suspicious device found in Ballykelly: UTV

Our message to bombers (Jan 21): Belfast Telegraph

County Tyrone Orange Hall daubed with republican graffiti: BBC

Attack on Orange hall sparks Twelfth fears: The News Letter

Bloody Sunday relatives want Paras 'hunted down like Nazis' (Jan 22): (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Fein leader requested a private meeting on the eve of IRA ceasefire: The News Letter

Disgust at Magherafelt republican 'merchandise' available online: Mid Ulster Mail

Derry fails in 2013 All-Ireland Fleadh bid: BBC

Were you a nurse during the Troubles?: Derry Journal

Standing up to keep our Vatican embassy: Irish Examiner
Mary E Fitzgibbon

Dean criticises Catholic Church's 'lack of ecumenism': The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Ireland, the Commission and the Holy See (Jan 19):
David Quinn

Former referee denies knowledge of offensive anti-Catholic rant: STV

Grow up, Salmond tells UK: The Herald
Brian Currie

English voters grow resentful of Scotland's 'special privileges: The Guardian
Peter Walker and Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – Backlash warning as English identity rises: The Scotsman
David Maddox

A rational debate on independence is the way forward: Sunday Herald

Sunday, January 22

Republican cleared of murders says DNA was planted in car: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

Colin Duffy in 'state persecution' claim: BBC
Mark Simpson

Duffy – My sorrow over shot soldiers: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

So what do you know, Duffy?: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Terminally ill killer Brian Shivers will die behind prison bars: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Bishop condemns bombing: Londonderry Sentinel

Blasts won't stop us creating peaceful and prosperous Derry: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid and Donna Deeney

International support for Irish Language Act at 'boiling point': Belfast Media

Old foes predict a golden future in Northern Ireland even as the bombers strike: Sunday Telegraph
Cole Moreton

McGuinness open to meeting Queen: Burnley Express

Belfast, divided in the name of peace: The Observer
Sean O'Hagan

Supergrass witnesses have 'flawed memories': BBC

Judge continues Haddock trial: UTV

Glenvarna man pleads guilty to explosives charge: Newtownabbey Times

Judge fed up with court regular: Impartial Reporter

Victim's family still seeks 'closure' over Teebane massacre: Antrim Times

Teebane bomb 'intended for Magherafelt company': Mid Ulster Mail

Play marks anniversary of Bloody Sunday: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Uniting Ireland conference launched: Derry Journal

Would it be Dumb to Hold a Referendum?:
Deaglán de Bréadún

Ireland is last-chance saloon for many English pros: Irish Echo
Dave Hannigan

Charles Sale – Olympic football rejections not due to national concerns (Jan 18): Daily Mail
Charles Sale

Scottish independence referendum – Liberal Democrats deputy leader Simon Hughes calls for English devolution: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Scots extremists in warning over referendum: Sunday Express
Allison Cameron

We're proudly Scottish – but still British: Independent on Sunday
Douglas Alexander

Saturday, January 21

Brian Shivers found guilty of Massereene murders:
Henry McDonald

Republican guilty of murder of former Edmonton schoolboy Sapper Patrick Azimkar: Enfield Independent
David Hardiman

Barracks killer was terminally ill: Belfast Telegraph

Duffy to speak after his acquittal for murder: RTE

For the THIRD time in 20 years, notorious republican beats terror charges: Daily Mail

Old Bailey bomber to stand trial over Real IRA murder: Daily Telegraph
Duncan Gardham

Massereene – Justice a 'bit closer': Belfast Telegraph

Contrasting kinds of shock for Duffy supporters and soldiers' families: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Massereene massacre was 'distilled evil': UTV

Sapper Mark Quinsey's sister – We will never see justice: Birmingham Mail
Christina Savvas

Patrick Azimkar's parents say part of him lives on with them: BBC
Sharon Ferguson

Massereene: UTV
Sharon O'Neill

McGuinness and Robinson condemn Derry double bomb attacks: Derry Journal

Dissident republicans blamed for Londonderry bombs: BBC

Officers praised for bomb evacuations: The News Letter

Ill elderly forced to evacuate care home due to bomb attacks: Londonderry Sentinel

Man questioned over dissident activity: UTV

'We won't go away' – RAAD: Derry Journal

'Dissidents' behind armed robbery: Tyrone Times

Protest outside court: Lurgan Mail

Tories trying to poach our MLAs, claims David McNarry: Belfast Telegraph

Tom Elliott stokes up Republic row: Belfast Telegraph

People in Northern Ireland should have a say in new Irish constitution – TD:

Eirigi, SDLP, Sinn Fein and Davy Hyland furious at ex-RUC officers role in PSNI: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Supergrass trial goes on as one of accused cleared: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Victim's brother still seeks 'closure' over Teebane massacre: Ballymena Times

Sunday families back march move: Derry Journal

Hatred and intolerance is learned, not innate behaviour (Jan 19): Impartial Reporter
Julian Thornton

Little man syndrome rears its head again: Belfast Media

Right royal night out for Martin in London: The Irish Times

Friday, January 20

Two explosions at separate locations in Derry:
Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland police on full alert after Derry bombings: The Independent
Deric Henderson

Major disruption after Derry blasts: Belfast Telegraph

Verdict due over Massereene murders: UTV

Massereene killings intensified Northern Ireland peace efforts: BBC
Mark Simpson

Can Robinson woo a UUP on the rebound?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Deal 'not delivering' for former prisoners: The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Former RUC officer criticises rehiring process: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Republican on explosives and arms charges: Impartial Reporter

IRA membership trial under way: The Irish Times

Village attack teenagers released: UTV

BC Ordered To Hand Over Belfast Tapes, Will Not Appeal Ruling: The Heights (Boston College)
David Cole

The Boston College IRA tapes controversy – A reply to Niall O'Dowd: Irish Voice/
Ed Moloney & Anthony McIntyre

Making sense of that Boston College mess: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

If trust is lost, future promises naught but troubles for research:
Peter Geoghegan

How bus driver's death led to Diplock hearings: The News Letter

SDLP's outrage at Sinn Fein royalist jibe in Jubilee row: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan McDaid

Troubled Fleadh bid is back on track after board row: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

IFA deny stalling McClean's switch to Republic: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Luney

Georgian minister looks to Irish peace process: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Irish legal threat hangs over EU fiscal treaty: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Lemass would have wanted us to be at the heart of Europe: Irish Independent
Ronan Fanning

We'll take Scottish regiments to form our new defence force, Salmond says: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Scottish independence – Cameron should 'pull out' of independence debate: BBC

The Northern Ireland question – Alex Salmond's ticking bomb:
Crispin Black

If it's true anti-English sentiment is on the increase, there is only one reasonable response: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

New school of thought on sectarian debate: The Scotsman
Kenny Farquharson

Thursday, January 19

Elliott questions one unionist party: UTV

No rejection of DUP link from Elliott: The News Letter

David Ford welcomes commitment on justice ministry: BBC

Alliance Stormont roles at risk: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-prisoners to discuss Good Friday Agreement: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

The detention of IRA veteran Marian Price harks back to internment:
Eamonn McCann

Dissidents 'behind fuel racket': Belfast Telegraph

Police won't act on UVF beating, says campaigner: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Respect' shown if parades are banned believes LOCC: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

£2m project aims to remove Northern Ireland peace walls: BBC

Belfast's ugly peace walls are better left standing – US funding for effort to take them down is misguided: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Incredulity at missing police reports into Armagh man's murder: The Cross Examiner
Christine Keighery

Leaders angry over BC case ruling: Irish Echo

College has fought to deny access to interview materials: The Irish Times
Thomas E Hachey & Robert K O'Neill

BC case a show, or just foolishness?: Irish Echo
Chris Bray

The IRA isn't interested in truth, it wants information: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

SDLP criticises NI Assembly Commission's Language Policy on Irish: Newry Times
Paul Malone

US ambassador denies reports he is about to step down: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Green light for Fleadh bid: Derry Journal

Taxpayer has to foot bill for 'bankruptcy tourism': Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Vatican embassy must still be closed, says Irish government: Belfast Telegraph
Fionnán Sheahan

Creighton backs bid to re-open Vatican embassy: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Queen gives Irish soldier medal for acts of bravery: Irish Independent
Barry Duggan

Rangers suspend chef after pictures of him posing next to IRA shrines appear on his Facebook page (Jan 17): Scottish Daily Record
Stephen Stewart

No chance to play blame game in full devolution divorce: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Scots independence 'detrimental': Belfast Media
Michael McGimpsey

Regionalisation won't apply to MPs? Well, what a surprise: Belfast Telegraph

Scottish independence referendum – Give me a vote, demands English-based Scot: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Economics emerges as central to Scotland's future (Jan 13): Financial Times
Chris Giles and Sarah O'Connor

Does Quebec have answers for us?: The Scotsman
Bill Jamieson

Wednesday, January 18

Unionist unity call: Lurgan Mail

Robinson 'would like' one Unionist party: UTV

Colin Lewis to take over Al Hutchinson ombudsman duties: BBC

Ex-RUC officers in 'sensitive' policing jobs: BBC
Vincent Kearney

DEL future: The News Letter
Sam McBride

It'd be great if Lord Sugar could lay waste to Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

How do we get new faces into Stormont?: The News Letter
N R Greer

NI peace wall removal initiative announced: RTE

Time for vigilantism to stop: Derry Journal

Pipe bomb found near Belfast school:
Henry McDonald

'Belfast pipe-bomb was designed to kill': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown and Megan Kelly Maguire

'Wipeout' threat to brothers: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

McCord to raise loyalist paramilitary concerns with Robinson: BBC

Supergrass legal arguments to go online: UTV

Derry sectarian attack investigated by police: BBC

Flag to move: Ballymena Times

Disgust as DUP fail to mark SF councillor's bereavement: Tyrone Times

Army families protest over firm's charity ruling: The News Letter

Permanent memorial for Kingsmill massacre: The Cross Examiner

Noble boxing initiative gives kids a fighting chance: Belfast Telegraph

Ambassador Dan Rooney to step down from Irish post says son: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Corporation tax – decision by summer: Belfast Telegraph

Group to protest Vatican embassy closure: BBC
Jennifer O'Leary

Woman in attempt to overturn former IRA hunger striker's bankruptcy: Belfast Telegraph
Tim Healy and Louise Hogan

Northern Ireland MPs fear losing control at Westminster: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Keep your nose out of it, Tom: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Queen's academic examines West Lothian Question: BBC
Stephen Walker

West Lothian question inquiry 'risks creating second-class MPs':
Severin Carrell

The greater threat to the Union comes from England: Daily Telegraph
Daniel Hannan

Tuesday, January 17

Ford seeks guarantee on future as Minister: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

David Ford – protect tenure of Justice ministry: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

New year brings doubts over fragile peace (Jan 11): Irish Echo

Old Bailey bomber Marian Price to stand trial: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Veteran republican in court on firearm and explosive charges: Impartial Reporter

An Avoidable Tragedy – Long Kesh 1981 (Jan 9):
Deaglán de Bréadún

Fine Gael students in Cork propose honor for Iron Lady Margaret Thatcher: Irish Voice/
Patrick Counihan

Why we need a second Iron Lady: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Who knew? Scotland and Ireland love The Iron Lady (Jan 10):
Charles Gant

Brendan Duddy's 'red book' on web: Derry Journal

Numbers game is becoming a reality (Jan 12): Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Derry interface incidents down: Derry Journal

Frustration for residents as McFeely takes UK bankruptcy (Jan 14): Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

McFeely's lawyers did not know he filed for UK bankruptcy: The Irish Times
Fiona Gartland

Governments seek more European peace money: BBC

Gilmore backs €300m EU peace fund bid: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Struggles within modern republicanism laid bare (Jan 15): Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Ex-President says yes to renaming of Boyne Bridge (Jan 11): Meath Chronicle

Boy, 16, attacked by four men after asking them to stop sectarian songs: The Scotsman
Craig Brown

Warning over legality of Scottish referendum: The Independent
Katrine Bussey

Independent Scotland would be 'humiliated' like Zimbabwe over pound: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Scottish independence by numbers: The Spectator
Peter Hoskin

Ireland's travails a salutary tale for breakaway Scots: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Elliott

It's pointless to hold back the tide of history: The Scotsman
Tom Nairn

Amid the talk of Scottish independence, it's now time to answer the English Question: Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

What happened before Quebecers said Non (Jan 12): The Scotsman
Alisa Henderson

Bye Bye, Canada (Jan 12): New York Times
Francisco Toro

Monday, January 16

Boston tapes 'give hope to victims': The News Letter

PSNI legal bid for Boston College IRA tapes 'not way to truth': BBC

Sorry still the hardest word – at Stormont and beyond: BBC
Martina Purdy

Workers protest after military charity snub: The News Letter

The New Face of Sectarianism in Northern Ireland: Huffington Post
Tara McEvoy

Dissidents link to armed robbery: BBC

Man charged over soldier bomb: UTV

Gareth O'Connor murder investigation – 16,000 pages of evidence uncovered: Newry Times
Declan McAteer

Hunger-striker's daughter denounces Sinn Féin: (from the Sunday World)
Suzanne Breen

Service to mark 20th anniversary of Teebane massacre: BBC

Twenty years on, Teebane families voice frustration: The News Letter

Suspects' interview notes ruined by asbestos: The News Letter

When the war ends (Jan 3): Belfast Media
Gráinne Brinkley

School campus plan a model for N Ireland: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Council of State tells us much about Higgins (Jan 15): Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Public decries closure of embassy to the Vatican: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Unionist MP's anger as US drops 'Scots-Irish' term from census list: Belfast Telegraph
Matthew Symington

In puzzling move US Cenus bureau to differentiate Irish Scotch and Scotch Irish: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Cameron agrees Salmond summit: The Herald
Kate Devlin

MoD drawing up plans to withdraw Trident from Scotland: The Scotsman

'Split would spark rethink on union': South Wales Evening Post

Empey in warning over Scottish independence: The News Letter

Scottish 'divorce' will throw North's identity into chaos: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

The hidden agenda behind fight against independence (Jan 14): The Herald
Ian Bell

Cut out the blarney and talk sense: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Scottish independence – Bannockburn divided on everything except the euro (Jan 13):
Severin Carrell

Union vote not just for the Scots: Belfast Telegraph

Referendum must offer Scots a clear choice – Yes or No (Jan 15): Sunday Herald

Blow for Scots as poll shows 79% support in England for voting curb on their MPs:
David Williamson

Time for a West Lothian solution: The Herald


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