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Saturday, July 15

Ahern – devolved deadline is still on: Irish Independent
Senan Molony

Paisley 'appealing to lowest common denominator': Derry Journal

New hope as 'Twelfth' strolls by at a peaceful pace: Irish Independent

Talk and walk go hand-in-hand – Adams: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

Parade allowed to take banned route again SF: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

PSNI accused over Butcher Street incidents: Derry Journal

Summer litmus test must be passed: The News Letter (Jul 4)

Is this culture?: Daily Ireland
Mary Lou McDonald

The Twelfth: Derry Journal

Crowning Mr Unionist: The Blanket (Jul 3)
John Coulter

Loyalist paramilitaries angered by Paisley claim: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

UDA statement on its future expected soon: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Craig appeal one year after brutal murder: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 11)
Jonathan McCambridge

Omagh trial judge warns prosecutor: Irish Independent

US sword of Damocles still hanging over Belfast man: Daily Ireland
Jim Dee

Funding row won't affect MI5 plans: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Why the quest for justice and the search for the disappeared must go on, hand in hand: Irish Independent

Remains of seven have never been discovered: (from the Irish News, Jul 12)

Council defends decision to ban H-Block exhibition: Daily Ireland
David Lynch

An honour to have been part of Blanket protest: (from the Irish News, Jul 11)
Anthony McIntyre

Sinn Fein confident of Dail seat for Waterford: Waterford News & Star (Jun 2)
Aileen Mulhall

Irish language rights to cost EU €677,000: Irish Independent

MEP calls for faster action on use of Irish: Daily Ireland

Friday, July 14

Paisley's 'offensive rant' slammed: UTV Internet

DUP dismiss concerns over Paisley speech: The News Letter

Ahern 'allays loyalist concerns': BBC

We won't spill our blood or fill graves, loyalists tell Paisley: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Dominic Cunningham

Vote 'will make direct rule fairer': The News Letter

DUP is the thorn in the side of the GFA: (from the Irish News)
Jim Gibney

Peace must be dared: Belfast Telegraph
Roy Garland

Hello, anyone at home?: Daily Ireland

Breakthrough in talks is unlikely: The News Letter

Flags bearing murdered teenager's name a disgrace: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

'He is bringing common sense to the Orange Order': The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

'Parades not about creating division': (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Orange history told in Irish film: The News Letter

Get set for the sash the tourist wore: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 12)
Lindy McDowell

Founded on and fuelled by bigotry: Daily Ireland
Jude Collins

Sectarianism is major issue: (from the Irish News)

Stolen hunger strike posters retrieved: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Hunger strike sports shirts spark fury: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Wounds of 1981 hunger strike remain raw for the fiancée of Martin Hurson: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Lords move on Irish party money: BBC

SDLP anger at bid to ban cross-border fundraising: Ireland_On-Line

Fuel fraud boosts boom in property: The News Letter

Britain's US point man on North is quite the caregiver: Daily Ireland
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Judge may exclude Omagh evidence: BBC

Sinn Fein in march talks with police: UTV Internet

Revealed how British threatened harsh sanctions over SAS arrests: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Paramedics' union calls on Frazer to retract claim: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Thursday, July 13

Power sharing with SF over our dead bodies – Paisley: Irish Independent
Dominic Cunningham, Chris Anderson and Ian Graham

Push comes to shove for our MLAs: Belfast Telegraph

Ardoyne keeps lid on violence: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne Henry

Praise after 'peaceful Twelfth': BBC

Army off streets for July 12: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

'Tolerance' and 'dialogue' must become part of Orange vocabulary: Impartial Reporter

Should the Orange Order end its annual marches?: Belfast Telegraph
David McKittrick

Orangemen play it smart for Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph

McAleese holds party to celebrate Battle of the Boyne: Irish Examiner
Louise Hogan

Ahern to meet loyalist grouping: BBC

Paramilitaries blame brothers for Lisa murder: Sunday Life (Jul 9)
Alan Murray

SF riding the tide in political sea change: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

'Pretty Much a Busted Flush': The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

IRA revisit burial sites of Disappeared with forensic: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

New efforts to recover bodies of Disappeared: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

SF strive to find remains: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Hain reserves comment on findings: (from the Irish News)
Bimpe Fatogun

Decision to 'disappear' McConville raises important questions today: (from the Irish Times, Jul 12)
Ed Moloney

What about demanding this inquiry, Gerry?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Push on for extradition treaty hearing: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Dissidents 'behind hoax package': BBC

Story waiting to be told: The News Letter (Jul 7)

Craig appeal one year after brutal murder: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Billboard returned with Orange help: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Homes attacked in north Belfast: UTV Internet

Tax deal 'could rescue North': Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Wednesday, July 12

Hopeful build-up to a peaceful Twelfth: Irish Independent
Ian Graham

North Belfast parade passes peacefully: RTE

Orangemen locked out in Cenotaph mix-up: Derry Journal

Marching to a different drum: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Soldiers stay off streets as PSNI handles security: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Disgusting: Daily Ireland
Connla Young

Stabbing victim was ex-loyalist paramilitary: The Scotsman

Loyalist vandals in school attack: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Imperfect peace is taken for granted: (from the Irish News)
William Graham

Extra Time Will Not Be Decisive: The Blanket (Jul 7)
David Adams

Devolution – can it save academic selection?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Cabinet due to approve new system to find IRA 'disappeared': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

IRA 'was wrong' over bodies issue: BBC

IRA statement beyond belief: (from the Irish News)

Belfast murals to be replaced: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Nationalist anger over £3m mural paint plan: (from the Irish News)

Down a cul-de-sac: Daily Ireland

UVF must come clean – McCord: Sunday Life (Jul 9)
Alan Murray

Orange hall is destroyed in arson: BBC

Human bomb spy probe: Sunday Life (Jul 9)
Stephen Breen

Equality street: (Jul 6)

Married couple nominated for bravery award: Belfast Telegraph (Jul 8)

Bloody Sunday relative rejects newspaper claims: Derry Journal

Tuesday, July 11

Drumcree's handful of police: Belfast Telegraph

Drumcree must 'rest in peace': Daily Ireland
Eamonn Houston

Orangemen test the water on talks: The News Letter

Unionists 'should be proud of the Twelfth': The News Letter

'Twelfth festival' funding challenge: (from the Irish News)
(Margaret Canning

Order allowed to lay wreath at town church: The News Letter

History is key for Orangemen to draw a road map for change: The Sunday Times (Jul 9)
Liam Clarke

How memories can alter perceptions: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Clean up and lighten up the bonfires: Belfast Telegraph

Eleventh hour efforts for 12th: (from the Irish News)

Bonfire tradition: The News Letter

Congressman calls on governments to stand firm on November deadline: Daily Ireland
Jim Dee

Fears justice groups are own 'police': Belfast Telegraph

McConville forced by IRA to make spy confession: Irish Independent

Continued republican callousness is obscene: The News Letter

Vilest of the vile: Irish Independent

UVF force mum to flee Ulster: Sunday Life (Jul 9)
Stephen Breen

Police Ombudsman is an 'excellent role model': The News Letter

O'Loan expected to criticise RUC probe: Sunday Life (Jul 9)
Alan Murray

Collusion question still hanging in mid-air: Daily Ireland
Máirtin Ó Muilleoir

Looking Back on 1981: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Barron inquiry typically leaves more questions than answers: Daily Ireland
Mick Hall

New murals to rid Ulster of dark days of the past: The News Letter

Monday, July 10

Two thirds in North now oppose peace deal: The Sunday Times (Jul 9)
Liam Clarke

Secret UDA talks revealed: Sunday Life (Jul 9)
Stephen Breen and Alan Murray

'All you need is love' as the fury fades over Drumcree's parade: Irish Independent

Drumcree dispute 'a dead issue': UTV Internet

Paisley anger over Dunloy parade: BBC

Orange anger is directed at parades chief: Irish Examiner
Dan McGinn

Protestants urged to resign from Parades Commission: UTV Internet

We can't let Eleventh Night become an annual hate-fest: Sunday Life (Jul 9)
Alan McBride

IRA derided over its defence of McConville murder: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan and Liam Reid

Prove my mum was an informer: Sunday Life (Jul 9)
Brian Rowan and Stephen Breen

IRA 'informer' claim sparks McConville fury: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

McConvilles to seek apology for informant slur: The Sunday Times (Jul 9)
Carissa Casey

The IRA's still dealing with its past: Sunday Life (Jul 9)
Brian Rowan

'Rich' SF should pay McConvilles: Sunday Independent (Jul 9)
Jim Cusack & Alan Murray

Politicians Act on Priest's Final Wish: The Universe

Father Faul Saved Many Lives: The Blanket (Jul 7)
Richard O'Rawe

SDLP call for suspension of CRJ funding: (from the Irish News, Jul 3)
Seanin Graham

Donaldson concern at Tory plans: UTV Internet

Community tries to pull young back from brink: (from the Irish News, Jul 4)
Maeve Connolly

The catalogue of the Troubles: The Guardian
Fionola Meredith

Report points to RUC reservist's farm as base for UVF operations: (from the Irish News, Jul 6)
Valerie Robinson

Community art project awarded £3m: BBC

Family casts doubt on Blaney 'peace deal': The Sunday Times (Jul 9)
Stephen O'Brien

Gardai watching dissident Sinn Fein group: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Sunday, July 9

Sinn Fein warns on deal deadline: BBC

Envoy's nuclear fallout: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

Intimidatory flags 'wholly unacceptable': Belfast Telegraph
Ruari McLaren

Flying a despicable flag of convenience: Daily Ireland (Jul 7)

MP calls for ban on jailed Liverpool Orangemen: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Low-key security presence at Drumcree parade: RTE

Drumcree's historic links to the Somme: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

'Warm welcome' for Donegal parade: BBC

Evening parade given go ahead: Daily Ireland (Jul 7)
Ciarán Barnes

IRA insists victim was informer: BBC

Anger as IRA smears Jean McConville again: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack & Don Lavery

IRA told – end lies about 'disappeared' mother: The Observer
Henry McDonald

McConvilles are fully vindicated: Sunday Independent

IRA must admit fully to injustice: (from the Irish News)

Beware new planning corruption – from SF: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Ex IRA man to publish new mag: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

GAA distances itself: (from the Irish News)

23 extra police officers for south Armagh: Newry Democrat

Nationalists call for PSNI to withdraw claim on occupied Crossmaglen land: Daily Ireland (Jul 6)
Connla Young

Bridging a bitter divide: Sunday Business Post
Niamh Connolly

Observe the sons and daughters of Ulster going to the Somme: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

How Catholicism fell from grace in Ireland: Chicago Tribune
Tom Hundley

Voters back English-only parliament: The Observer
Ned Temko

Saturday, July 8

Kenny, Rabbitte in power-sharing pessimism: RTE

Opposition talks crime in the North: Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Hain achieves all-party consensus: BBC
Martina Purdy

Sinn Féin is as fit for government as DUP: (from the Irish News, Jul 7)
Denis Bradley

Taoiseach urged to call summit: Daily Ireland
David Lynch

Contentious march is restricted: BBC

Shed loads of cash bring wondrous joy to brethren: Daily Ireland
Robin Livingstone

West versus the rest over 'Bigotfest' event: (from the Irish News, Jul 6)
Newton Emerson

Shameless loyalist gang hang more flags: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Court reserves PIRA appeal judgement: RTE

Was Kenny Pushed?: Irish Voice/

Emotional time for proud family: Daily Ireland
Roisin McManus

Official – mother of 10 shot by IRA was not an informer: Daily Telegraph
Tom Peterkin

Paisley speaks with victim's mother: UTV Internet

O'Loan censures police on McConville murder inquiry: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Relatives want 1975 bombing inquiry: (from the Irish News, Jul 6)
Valerie Robinson

Council plan needs to be debated and amended: The News Letter

Teens from U.S., Northern Ireland learn to work together and improvise in theater and art museum: Fort Worth Star Telegram (Jul 6)
Heather Ann White

Monteith wants the future of Scotland put to vote: The Scotsman
Hamish MacDonnell

No easy answer to the English question: The Times (Jul 5)
Peter Riddell

Friday, July 7

Irish Republic's main opposition leaders to meet DUP: UTV Internet

Governments Talk Tough: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

A culture of crime that threatens normality: The News Letter

DUP meets Hugh Orde: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

O'Loan clears police over parade: BBC

Parades Commission rules on Ardoyne parade: UTV Internet

Orange link with loyalist killers: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

DUP vow to defy Equality Commission:
Ciarán Barnes

Concern over loyalist flags in the Waterside: (from the Irish News)

Hospital criticised over flags: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

New York Chef Charged in Spy Case: Irish Voice/
Sean O'Driscoll

Post Traumatic Stress Syndrome: The Blanket (Jun 29)
Dolours Price

Paisley meets IRA victim's family: BBC

No evidence for McConville agent claim – O'Loan: RTE

Disappeared must be found: (from the Irish News)

Blast victim's relative hits out: Daily Ireland

Kingsmill – Thirty years on: Belfast Telegraph
David Patterson

King Accused of Sinn Fein Snub: Irish Voice/
Sean O'Driscoll

Roger Casement tribute scrapped: Ballymoney Times

'Scottish-sized nations have an advantage': Sunday Herald (Jun 25)

Thursday, July 6

PM appeal over Assembly talks: UTV Internet

Sinn Fein told – support the law: The News Letter

Mystery over Assembly business: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Cut fuel duty in Northern Ireland to foil organised crime, urge MPs: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Organised crime still stumbling block – MPs: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Moving the goal posts in Northern Ireland: Springfield Republican

Last Army watchtower in S.Armagh to be removed: UTV Internet

Crossmaglen uproar after PSNI land u-turn: Newry Democrat

Hermon repeats PUP pact criticism: UTV Internet

Orange Order 'cloak' for Mersey UVF two: Daily Mirror
Pat Hurst

Police call for 'calm' band parades: Ballymoney Times

Barred Black in appeal for calm: The News Letter

PSNI appoints Scottish ACC for public inquiries: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

We need Great Britain football team, says Blair: The Times
Owen Slot

PSNI 'watch flags being erected': BBC

Lisburn council censured by Equality Commission over flag flying: UTV Internet

Councillors clash over Somme flags: Impartial Reporter

Poles' furniture put on bonfire: The News Letter

Sectarianism 'must be eradicated': BBC

Rasharkin riots 'a disgrace': Ballymoney Times

Army's baton round fire at Whiterock riot 'justified': UTV Internet

Loyalists had licence to kill Catholics, finds inquiry: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien

Bombers 'treated better than victims': Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

Baron Report – Search for justice set to drag on: Irish Examiner

Solving the murders of Ulster's past: The News Letter

Bloody Sunday Inquiry has cost £400m, claims Minister: Belfast Telegraph

Murphy v Frazer for council seat: Newry Democrat

Nesbitt presses Hanson on human rights: The News Letter

Terrorism is now a global franchise: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Hard to explain: The News Letter

Aberdeen leaders condemn anti-English attacks in city: The Scotsman
Frank Urquhart

Wednesday, July 5

Summer timetable for MLAs: UTV Internet

NI progress 'threatened by crime': BBC

Lots to commend nanny-style intervention: (from the Irish News)
Breidge Gadd

Future is as clear as the past, as usual: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

NI 'a back door for people smuggling': UTV Internet

Ihab Shoukri refused bail: UTV Internet

Brothers in arms: Sunday Life (Jul 2)
Stephen Breen

Mersey pair were 'officers' in UVF: Daily Mirror
Pat Hurst

Council to fund St Patrick's Day event: UTV Internet

Police case ends after 100 days: BBC

Dunclug divisions deep despite unity after Michael's murder: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Polish friends: Derry Journal

Council broke its flags rule: Daily Mirror

Blind injustice: Sunday Life (Jul 2)
Stephen Breen

Death brings Fr Faul: (from the Irish News)
Anthony McIntyre

Somme lines re-drawn: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Opposition hits out at bill that 'threatens Irish neutrality': Irish Examiner
Harry McGee

Government can't be trusted on battle groups: Daily Ireland
Patricia McKenna

Bloody Sunday – Full inquiry, cost £400m. July 7 bombs – No inquiry, 'too expensive': Daily Telegraph
George Jones and Jonathan Petre

We must not give Cameron the chance to tear our country apart: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Tuesday, July 4

McGimpsey attacks DUP and Sinn Fein: The News Letter

SDLP demand end to mud-slinging: UTV Internet

Assembly expected to hold debate: BBC

Prayers of the faithful 'key' to a more peaceful Drumcree: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Aid grant to Orange Order takes the biscuit: (from the Irish News)
Tom Kelly

Order must strive to broaden appeal: Belfast Telegraph

Mavericks defiant despite leadership being banged up: Sunday Life (Jul 2)
Alan Murray

Paisley to meet IRA victim's mum: BBC

Disappeared issue 'can be solved': BBC

My hero son was pawn in dirty war: Sunday Life (Jul 2)
Stephen Breen

Not enough evidence of police stress – QC: The News Letter

PSNI appoint new assistant chief: BBC

The town where DUP won't share power with anybody: (from the Irish News)
Maeve Connolly

Dissidents probe after bomb find: BBC

'I won't be forced out by murderers': Sunday Life (Jul 2)
Chris Anderson and Stephen Gordon

FIFA could have banned us – Wells: The News Letter

Brighton bomber sues British tabloid: Irish Examiner
Dan Buckley and Conor Keane

Monsignor Denis Faul – Tribute: The Blanket (Jun 24)
Ruairí Ó Brádaigh

Talks 'ongoing' over Blaney reunion: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

Devolution rules out Scots Prime Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Andy McSmith

Anti-English feeling 'at its strongest in nationalists': The Scotsman
Hamish MacDonnell

Catholicism 'faces biggest crisis since Reformation': The Times
Ruth Gledhill

Martin McGuinness meets Tamil Tigers: UTV Internet

Monday, July 3

UPRG influence grows as politics replaces violence: Sunday Life (Jul 2)
Stephen Breen

Blame game is hitting the headlines again: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

Judas 118 or DUP Strategy of Subversion?: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Criticism of funding to promote 'inclusive celebration': (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Cover blows spy's secret: Sunday Life (Jul 2)
John McGurk

Booklet claims terror chief was framed: Sunday Life (Jul 2)
Ciaran McGuigan

Belfast, where victims do have their say: The Guardian
Erwin James

CIRA boss 'set up weapons sting': Sunday Life (Jul 2)
Ciaran McGuigan

McCartney case — key charge is withdrawn: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Baroness Paisley to take her seat: BBC

Somme commemoration was a turn in our history – McAleese: Irish Independent
Brian Dowling

The fighting Irish: Daily Telegraph

In the dock – arrival of British warship in Dublin sparks protests: Irish Examiner (Jun 30)
Senan Hogan and Brian Hutton

SNP hierarchy facing split over vote for independence: The Scotsman
Peter McMahon

Anti-English sentiment and Scotophobia ill-serve anyone who likes being British: Sunday Herald (Jul 2)
Muriel Gray

Sunday, July 2

Conviction shows SF is still linked to IRA crime despite new bid for power: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Body to provide 'mixed housing': BBC

IRA suspect not allowed to hear son's voice: The Sunday Times
Sean O'Driscoll

Stakeknife authors fear book will be banned: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Army misses out: The News Letter (Jun 26)

Disappeared plea to Paisley: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Unionist accused of sectarianism after school vote: Daily Ireland (Jun 29)
Ciarán Barnes

Jail Food Protest Escalates: Daily Mirror (Jul 1)
Allison Morris

Parades on DVD? The future really is Orange: The Sunday Times
Carissa Casey

Hail the King of the snoops: Sunday Independent
Colum Kenny

Fond memories of Fr Faul: (from the Irish News, Jun 24)
Newton Emerson

It's just so much hot Eire: The Sunday Times
Kathy Foley

Love versus hate?: Limerick Leader

Her Majesty is well worth the money spent on her: The News Letter (Jun 29)

Union Jack – representing the rabble: Sunday Business Post (Jun 25)
Emmanuel Kehoe

A tribute to the Irish heroes of the Somme: The Sunday Times
Richard Oakley Mark Tighe and Matthew Campbell

All-party unity in tribute to fallen Irish of the Somme: Sunday Independent
Larissa Nolan

60 held after Scotland's biggest Orange walk: Scotland on Sunday
Nicholas Christian

Saturday, July 1

Plan 'B' put in place if devolution deal fail: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Deal deadline does not 'tie DUP': BBC

Sinn Fein/DUP talks claims 'pathetic': The News Letter

Two dates on offer – it's up to Ulster's politicians to choose: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peter Hain is 'team player for DUP': Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Leaked minutes reveal Stormont war of words: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Order must not be used to enforce Ulster laws: The News Letter

Political stalemate not acceptable...: Daily Ireland

Plain speaking on devolution deadline: Belfast Telegraph

Money matters: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Orangemen banned from Garvaghy Road: UTV Internet

Carnival times as Orangemen are sold to tourists: The Times
David Sharrock

Third member of Parades Commission has Orange Order links: (from Hot Press)
Eamonn McCann

Civil servant faces court grilling on appointment: (from the Irish News, Jun 28)

Garvaghy Road resident pursues Hain over appointments to Parades Commission: (from Hot Press)
Eamonn McCann

Unionist hypocrisy: (Jun 26)

Shoukri charges will not stand in court: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

Hain told – come clean on McGuinness claims: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Three IRA members were 'Special Branch agents': Newry Democrat

Hunger for truth...: Daily Ireland
Laurence McKeown

DUP to attend Somme commemoration in Dublin: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan and Stephen Collins

'Ambush made me go for vote': The News Letter

Case 'poses questions for SF': (from the Irish News)

Lawyers want Omagh charges dropped: Newry Democrat

Majority favours speaking rights proposal – Adams: Irish Examiner

'Rise up and Reclaim the Republic' says new group: Village (Jun 22)
Scott Millar

Legion called to shun UVF: Daily Ireland
Ciarán Barnes

The Somme and British identity are all a part of us: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Union Jack – representing the rabble: Sunday Business Post (Jun 25)
Emmanuel Kehoe

The London Bombing – One Year On; We haven't absorbed the lessons: The Spectator
Philip Bobbitt


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