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Tuesday, July 15

'Nonsense' to suggest Robinson about to retire, says Arlene Foster: The News Letter

Capital idea for Unionist leaders – Loyalists need Dublin input: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Northern Ireland parades – Theresa Villiers to meet unionists: BBC

Villiers 'needs to listen' on Ardoyne: UTV

Orange Order urged to build on peaceful Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Police criticised over Garvaghy gathering: Irish News
Connla Young

Catholic priest who attended the Twelfth – it wasn't Protestant enough for me: The News Letter

Three Belfast men accused of rioting on the Twelfth: The News Letter

The Twelfth – Temporary respite, but definitive answer still needed: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Much-derided 'graduated response' succeeds in its first objective and could secure return parade: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ardoyne/Twaddell 'fiasco' in Belfast 'a repetition of the failed tactics of the past': The Irish Times
Brian Kennaway

From relaxed spectators of City Hall, to a sea of drunk teens and sectarian singing: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

A joyful Twelfth that has boosted notion of Orangefest: The News Letter
Editorial

Peaceful Twelfth deserves praise: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Young girl (5) has sectarian slogan painted on face – Police investigating image showing child with anti-Catholic slur: Belfast Telegraph

Attack on Orange hall 'shameful', says Order: The News Letter

Fleming condemns Eglinton flag theft: Derry Journal

Eglinton attack condemned by DUP Alderman: Londonderry Sentinel

Sinn Fein councillor blasts tricolour kerbstone painting in Draperstown: Mid Ulster Mail

Legion fury at 'despicable' attack on murdered soldiers' memorial: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Petrol bombs have been thrown at a police station in east Belfast: The News Letter

Police station bomb attack condemned: Irish News

No surprise that unionists fought forced marriage: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

'State secrecy put ahead of civil rights,' IRA mole's lawyer argues: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Talks to begin on compensation from Libya for IRA victims: Belfast Telegraph

New hope for compensation for victims of 1996 Canary Wharf Gaddafi-sponsored IRA bombing: The Docklands and East London Advertiser
Mike Brooke

A shared future for our young: Belfast Telegraph
Tina Merron

Open Irish passport office in Derry – Kelly: Derry Journal

Scottish independence – Alex Salmond claims Britain is 'one of the most unequal countries in the developed world' (Jun 8): Independent on Sunday
Serina Sandhu

Scottish fight for independence stretches back seven centuries in Bannockburn (Jun 30): The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Whether Scotland votes yes or no, London wins: TheGuardian.com
Dave Hill

Yes or No? Scotland's stars take sides in independence debate (Jul 13): The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Time running out for Yes vote (Jul 13): Scotland on Sunday
Editorial

Monday, July 14

Orange Order and politicians praised by PSNI: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peaceful Twelfth raises hopes parades row can be resolved: Irish Independent
Adrian Rutherford

Unionist politicians pledge to step up political campaign against Parades Commission: RTE

Secretary of State Theresa Villiers welcomes peaceful Twelfth: The News Letter

Band breaks determination: Irish News
Connla Young

Smallest parade adds its weight to protests against Ardoyne ruling: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Orange lodges stage protest during Magherafelt parade: The News Letter
Stanley Campbell

North breathes sigh of relief as Twelfth comes to peaceful end: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sense of community and heritage runs deep through rural Orange heartland: The Irish Times
Patrick Freyne

Orange Order fanatics resemble KKK more than a cultural group: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Roberts

Efforts to rebrand the Orange Order are doomed to failure: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Dismay over flags outside church: Belfast Media
Evan Short

No incident at event: Portadown Times

Badly in need of democrats: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Death bid accused gets bail altered to see bonfire (Jul 12): Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

IRA victims welcome Libyan negotiations: The News Letter

Family of late Conservative MP Airey Neave want Channel 4 show axed: Daily Express
Eleanore Robinson

A nauseating new low in British broadcasting: Daily Mail
Norman Tebbit

How dare Channel 4 defame Airey Neave's memory: Daily Telegraph
Bruce Anderson

The Twelfth – Moral stance of Asher bakery applauded at Limavady: The News Letter

Scarva – Thousands expected at annual 'Sham Fight': BBC

Did you live along the border during the Troubles? This project is seeking your voice…: TheJournal.ie
Susan Ryan

Simpson calls for Corporation Tax to be devolved following changes to regional aid: Banbridge Leader

DUP minister Nelson McCausland slammed after he accuses MLAs of 'a witch-hunt' (Jul 10): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Group of Irish British army pensioners attend Dublin ceremony: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Celebrating heroes – New-found maturity: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Kenny's big plan to halt rise of Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Fionnan Sheahan

Church won't have to kick out the awkward teachers because it won't let them in (Jun 25): The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Why a Brexit might be good for Ireland (Jul 13): Sunday Independent
Peter Casey

Scots' fears of EU exit boost independence support: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

If England are rubbish, why would a UK football team be any better? (Jul 10): Gloucestershire Echo
Editorial

Churches will use Magna Carta anniversary to 'reassert Britain's Christian heritage' (Jul 13): Sunday Telegraph
John Bingham

Sunday, July 13

Kenny and Cameron must 'rescue' the North: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

Northern Ireland marching season – One man stabbed in clashes before Orange Order parades: Independent on Sunday
Ian Johnston

Twelfth of July Orange parades in Belfast pass off mostly peacefully after nationalists call off protests over decision to block part of their route: Daily Mail
Lizzie Edmonds

Twelfth protests peaceful, but tensions remain high: Sunday Independent
Alan Murray and Jim Cusack

'Up to 40' in fight at Ormeau Bridge: UTV

Orange Order parades – Police chief praises 'responsible attitude': BBC

Belfast parade ban 'unites unionism like never before' in peaceful protest: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

More than 50 protests are organised across Province: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Order pledges to 'get rid of watchdog': UTV

Twelfth: Loyalist parade past Belfast Catholic church passes peacefully – Minor scuffles between police and supporters: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Argument in flute band about playing outside Catholic church after plea by Orangeman: The News Letter
Sam McBride

The Twelfth – village's shame over the flag-flyers who went too far: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Drumcree protest given fresh impetus by secretary's presence: Portadown Times

Orange parade goes ahead in face of local opposition: Fermanagh Herald

Stern faces abound amid attempts to bring levity to Twelfth: The Irish Times
Dan Griffin

Mutual respect the only way forward for all of us: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

The Twelfth – a celebration of a key moment in history: The News Letter
Editorial

Ardoyne parade impasse in north Belfast can be broken (Jul 11): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Sectarian attack on Ballycastle Orange Hall: BBC

McGuinness condemns Ballycastle hall attack: Ballymoney Times
Una Culkin

Soldiers' memorial damaged in Belfast: UTV

Tony Blair must explain IRA 'comfort letter' deals, say MPs: Sunday Telegraph
Tim Ross and Robert Mendick

Fury over Channel 4 insult to MP killed by the IRA – Family of Colditz escapee and war hero Airey Neave demand TV series is axed: Daily Mail
Adam Lee-Potter

PM's aide heads to Libya to seek payout for IRA victims: Sunday Telegraph
Robert Mendick

Top Army Generals contacted by Bloody Sunday probe team: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Northern Ireland is now like a society living on a loan from Wonga (Jul 9): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

The Garth Brooks fiasco 'could cost Province's hospitality industry too': The News Letter

Department says Sinn Féin claims over Garda jobs 'not true' (Jul 11): The Irish Times
Conor Lally

The Guardian view on Ireland's critical week (Jul 8): The Guardian
Editorial

The Twelfth – Orange Order will resist SNP attempts to take Scotland out of the United Kingdom: The News Letter

Scottish Independence – Could It Be A 'Ticking Time Bomb' For Northern Ireland?: Huffington Post
Jack Sommers

Scottish independence poll shows stalling Yes vote: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin

Britain will be ruined as world power if the Scots vote with bullying, tawdry Alex Salmond, says Alistair Darling: Daily Mail
Simon Walters

'I was brought up in the Orange Order and I'm voting 'Yes': Sunday Herald
Lauren Reid

Never mind Scottish independence, let's balkanise the whole island: The Guardian
Lucy Mangan

The Great British/EU break-up (Jul 7): Irish Examiner
Kyran Fitzgerald

Saturday, July 12

Orangemen to avoid Twelfth standoff with police in Belfast: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Grand Master – 'If your view of protest is violence ... please stay away': The News Letter

Ardoyne march – Twaddell Avenue resident loses parade ruling challenge: BBC

Orange Ardoyne parade to turn around after brief protest; youths urged not to fall into 'republican trap': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Implement Belfast Telegraph's Ardoyne parade proposal, unionists urge: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Ardoyne parade proposal – It is an idea that just might offer a way forward: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Hope on the streets of Northern Ireland for a calm Twelfth of July: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ardoyne parade – Police ready to act, but hope they won't have to: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

One in three PSNI officers on duty to be in north Belfast: The News Letter

Derry is an example to follow, says PSNI chief: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Unionist plans will only create uncertainty and fear, says SDLP: The News Letter

Orange Order hold annual Twelfth of July parades: BBC

Finlay urges Unionists not to forget Rasharkin and Dunloy: Ballymoney Times

Rounders...the perfect game to round off Twelfth celebrations: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Orange Order's country cousins can teach Belfast's brethren a real lesson: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Kennaway

Parade row began in 2012 when dissident riots were rewarded: The News Letter
Editorial

Hundreds of loyalists convicted of rioting in Belfast, says minister: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Bonfires lit across Northern Ireland ahead of 12th marches: The Irish Times
Dan Griffin

Condemnation after lynched figure depicting a Catholic placed on loyalist bonfire: TheJournal.ie
Michael Sheils McNamee

NW SF councillors' posters on huge Belfast bonfire: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Burning elections posters is a hate crime – Fleming: Derry Journal

Burning of Sinn Fein posters 'is voodoo, not culture': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

£80,000 of public money up in smoke: Belfast Media
David Whelan

DUP claims statue on bonfire was a 'social media spoof': The News Letter

Anger as sash and flag drape new public art: Portadown Times

Explanation for funding delay 'not good enough', say victim groups: The News Letter

How can we move on while memorials to terror keep appearing?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Fixing Northern Ireland's terrorist murals with fairy dust and disco balls: Daily Mirror
Anna Leach

Statue of Mary vandalised in west Belfast – Police treating attack as sectarian hate crime: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Letter bomb found at sorting office: Belfast Telegraph

Stormont education chair will wait for Sands awards response: The News Letter

Protestant Council worker angered by McCann comments: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

McCrea backs bakery at centre of 'gay marriage cake' storm: Newtownabbey Times
Victoria Leonard

'Gay' cake row – DUP man defends 'politically correct Gestapo' remarks: The News Letter

Orangmen to resolve against Scottish split: Londonderry Sentinel

Ulster Unionists say Scottish independence poses "a threat to the union": Voice of Russia

Scottish independence – 'Yes' at 41% in new poll: The Scotsman

Gibraltar chief backs Cameron on Union: The Herald

Scottish independence – Scotland 'must choose head of state': BBC

EU membership after a Yes vote: The Herald
Editorial

Friday, July 11

Catholic-Protestant feud flares anew in Northern Ireland: USA Today
Andrew Smith

Ardoyne parade – Unionist leaders including Peter Robinson call for legal inquiry into north Belfast march dispute: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew and David Young

Unionists and order outline 'graduated response' details: Irish News
Allison Morris

Orange Order 'is calming situation' says Drew Nelson: BBC

Nothing should be done to undermine Parades Commission – McCartney: Derry Journal

50,000 to go on the march at 18 Orange 12th parades: The News Letter

Twelfth July – Three flagship Orange demonstrations: BBC

Robinson slams Chivers over band comments: Londonderry Sentinel

Parade deemed 'successful' but residents still want talks: Impartial Reporter

Twelfth marked by big gesture: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Belfast city centre – Half of shops open on Twelfth: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Twelfth – Time for all unionists to stand up and be counted, says Orange Order Grand Master: The News Letter

Rebranding the Twelfth won't ease tensions on either side: Irish Independent
Jane Hardy

Tourism could rescue our economy, but we'd rather drown in sectarianism than grasp hold of lifeline (Jul 8): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Happy Twelfth?: Belfast Media
Des Wilson

Inter-unionist competition defines response to march ban: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Promote Twelfth more, BBC urged by Ulster Unionist: Belfast Telegraph

Fresh calls over tyres on 11th bonfires in Northern Ireland: BBC

Suicide victim memorial 'placed on loyalist bonfire' in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Sinn Fein election posters removed from Limavady bonfire: BBC

Unionist culture lit up by towering infernos: The News Letter

A new track or the gravy train will be derailed: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Work may need to be done on Stormont structures: BBC
Martina Purdy

Revitalised Stormont is needed: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Peace must be built on truth, not lies: Irish Catholic
Nuala O'Loan

Flags in Castlederg could hit three day music festival, Sinn Féin warns: Ulster Herald

Let's show respect to Union flag: Belfast Telegraph
Jo-Anne Dobson

Nine attacks on police officers each day: UTV

Man charged with IRA membership granted temporary bail despite objections by gardai: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

The clock is ticking (Jul 10): Irish Examiner
Ray Kinsella

Voting No because I love Scotland: The Scotsman
John McTernan

Romanticising the Scots does Scotland no favours: The Guardian
Michael Settle

SNP arguments against the Union also apply to the EU (Jul 7): The Herald
David Torrance

Thursday, July 10

'Get back to Haass talks' – PM: UTV

Rebooting Stormont... Is David Ford onto something?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

North Belfast parade – Unionists and Orange Order issue statement: BBC

Orange Order – We can't guarantee parade protests will be peaceful: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Senior TUV member calls for 'evidence of graduated response': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Councillor urges villages are included in parading talks: The News Letter

Twelfth tension – What do Orangemen think about the Ardoyne parade crisis?: Belfast Telegraph

After hours of critical Ardoyne parade talks, just 25 words from Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Police 'aware' of Mary statue on bonfire: UTV

'Steps taken to protect homes' near bonfire site: Carrick Times

Bonfire close to a west Belfast interface is close to collapse: Irish News
Connla Young

Boney advice is so much hot air: Belfast Media

Illegal flags raising tensions, says SDLP: The News Letter

Stretched PSNI cannot sustain summer of violence, warns David Ford: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Orange Dis-Order threatens North peace once again: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

MP slams PSNI over 'IRA parade': The News Letter

Polarised views not confined to Ardoyne interface: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

IRA comfort letters could fuel more killings, warns father of terror victim: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

Sister of bombing victim tells of her OTR letters anger: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Law chief John Larkin blasts Theresa Villiers' block on Loughgall inquest: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Villiers Loughgall killings inquest move criticised: BBC

Civil liberties group to challenge Loughgall inquest decision: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Lisburn bomb victims remembered 26 years on: Ulster Star

Bishop seeking information from school on Bobby Sands awards: The News Letter

Bring back direct rule and get things done for ordinary people (Jul 7): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

NI council workers to join strike: UTV

Only unions can provide bulwark against poverty: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Dodds – Need for 'conscience clause' to protect Christians: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

An unbaked cake shows Northern Ireland must still improve on gay rights: TheGuardian.com
Andrew Muir

Bowled over by the history of a hat beloved by Orangemen (Jun 25): Belfast Telegraph
Don Anderson

Orange Walks – Religion, nationalism and booze is a disaster in the making: Scottish Daily Record
Annie Brown

Warning of new sectarian divide between faiths and secularists: The Herald
Brian Donnelly

Thinking the unthinkable when No really means No: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

England are too rubbish at football to compete and should form a United Kingdom team, claims Tory MP: Daily Mail
Tom Mctague

Wednesday, July 9

Crisis talks as tension grows over parades: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Taoiseach appeals for 'calmer heads' to prevent conflict over July 12th Orange Order march: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Executive calls for 'lawful' Twelfth: UTV

Parading – Two-line executive statement leaves much unsaid: BBC
Mark Devenport

Orange Order – don't burn tyres on bonfires: Belfast Telegraph

Operation was 'seige like' says Sinn Fein: Coleraine Times

Ardoyne parade row – Escalation of tensions in no one's interest: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Unionists need to show their gameplan (Jul 7): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Political unionism and Orangeism's 'graduated response' to Ardoyne parade determination will be tactically short sighted: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

Flag row 'not reflective' of Dervock area: Ballymoney Times

£80m will be lost unless Stormont urgently decides how to spend it: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Alliance leader David Ford calls for Stormont "reboot": BBC

On the Hill – Status quo sounds fine for MLAs at Stormont (Jul 3): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Idea of alliance with SF makes Labour blood boil: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Role of Sinn Féin in policing their own communities needs addressing: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Why we should be wary of Sinn Féin in government: The Irish Times
John A Murphy

New IRA in commander cock-up: Sunday World
Paula Makin

Father to give OTRs probe evidence: Belfast Telegraph

IRA mole Martin McGartland to have case against MI5 heard in secret: TheGuardian.com
Owen Bowcott

Fears over secret closed door hearings increase after former IRA mole is denied access to his own case: The Independent
Ian Burrell

Fury as Villiers blocks new Loughgall inquests: Irish News
Connla Young

Unionist outrage over Bobby Sands Irish language bursary awarded to pupils at west Belfast school: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Libertines and Pogues pay tribute to Gerry Conlon: Irish Post
Steve Cummins

Stormont Standards chief Bain clears Spratt again over 'nutters': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Kincora – Time we knew full truth of Belfast's house of horrors: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

'I grew up in a republican area, I couldn't go and tell the RUC' (Jul 7): Belfast Telegraph
Michael Connolly

Crucifix to stay in the classroom as report urges inclusiveness (Jul 2): Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Voters in North urged to contribute to Europe debate (Jun 19): The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

Ban the Orange Marches – Family of injured 12-year-old bottling victim demand end to Orange Order walks: Scottish Daily Record
John Ferguson

New calls for English devolution sparked by independence debate: The Herald
Michael Settle

English media make Scotland a nation of lab rats in Brigadoon: The Guardian
Ruth Wishart

Independence – If Scotland votes No, what next?: The Scotsman
Adam Tomkins

Would a Constitution save Britain from the EU? (Jul 8): Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

Tuesday, July 8

Orange Order chiefs march to camp Twaddell in north Belfast, but keep 'graduated response' protest plans secret: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Appeals for peace as north awaits 'graduated response': Irish News
John Manley

UUP formally request to discuss Ardoyne ruling at executive meeting: BBC
Mark Devenport

Ardoyne protest threat dropped: The News Letter

Sinn Féin and SDLP brief Taoiseach and Tánaiste on parade tensions: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sensible to use new portable peace wall at parade flashpoints – chief constable: The News Letter

We hope there will be a peaceful conclusion to Ardoyne parade issue but reality is some wish to cause maximum amount of mayhem: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

Riots should only take place in 'Game of Thrones': The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Does the Orange Order face 'total bigotry' in the North?: Irish Independent
Eoghan McNeill and Joseph Conroy

Such a shame we elect those who beat the tribal drum: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

The increasing appeal of the parade at Rossnowlagh: The News Letter
Editorial

Lo calls for respect over bonfire poster: UTV

UUP leader calls for immediate removal of election posters from bonfires: The News Letter

Sabotage of Eleventh bonfire in Maghera 'an attempt to raise tensions': Mid Ulster Mail

Union flag put up in Dervock Catholic church grounds: BBC

Demand to remove 'offending and intimidating' UVF flags: The News Letter

Cycle of hate must be broken: Belfast Telegraph
David Latimer

Minority frontier communities stand by their culture (Jul 3): The News Letter
Editorial

Shinners must Stoop to conquer: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Police attacked amid Strabane alert: UTV

'Paramilitary threat' to Ballycastle benefit claimants in Ballymoney: The News Letter

Racists smashed windows of house in east Belfast, says deputy Lord Mayor: Belfast Telegraph

Cars daubed with sectarian graffiti: Newtownabbey Times

Bi-lingual sign vandalised: Impartial Reporter

March in the dark, judge tells loyalist yob: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

New PSNI chief Hamilton agrees with Baggott – Take Troubles cases from PSNI: The News Letter

Human kindness and heroism shine out from North's Kingsmill atrocity: The Irish Times
Alf McCreary

The Ballymoney trail – David Burnside's voyage from Troubles to oligarchs' PR: The Guardian
Robert Booth and Henry McDonald

New inquest opens into army killing of Silverbridge man: The Cross Examiner

How a little bit of woolly thinking can make us all feel happier (Jun 30): Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Orange Order defiant over right to march in cities: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

I feel like raining on this Orange Lodge parade (Jun 26): The Herald
Ruth Wishart

Scottish Independence exclusive – The decision on Scotland is 'irreversible', says Alistair Darling: The Independent
Andrew Grice

Why independence is on the minds of Scottish islanders: TheGuardian.com
Madeleine Bunting

What is United about our Kingdom?: New Statesman
Lucy Fisher

Monday, July 7

DUP and Sinn Fein in new row over republican Speaker of the Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Talks walkout wrong – McCallister: The News Letter

Orange Order vow to up the ante in protest at Ardoyne ban – We'll have effect on Northern Ireland 'governance', says Grand Secretary Drew Nelson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Grand Master backs united unionist approach to Commission: The News Letter

Kenny, Cameron discuss Crumlin Road parade tensions: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Danny Kennedy – Executive should discuss north Belfast parade: BBC

Commission not helping the creation of shared space says leading Orangeman: Portadown Times

'Knee-jerk reaction' on parades not enough: UTV

Order ditches 'knee-jerk' reactions to play long game with commission: The News Letter

President delaying response to Orange Order parade invite: Irish Examiner
Paddy Clancy

UUP plea for rural Twelfth coverage: The News Letter

In a word. . . Drumcree: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Belfast Orangeism – loud, proud and bigger than ever, yet working to clean up its image: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Northern Ireland sinks to Jeremy Kyle style politics: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Silent majority can no longer afford to look other way: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

MLA warns over dangers after tyres added to town bonfire: The News Letter

Alliance's Anna Lo 'disgusted' by loyalist bonfire posters: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle Smyth

Take time to study real history (Jul 3): The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Eleventh night bonfires – Let's not fan the flames of hate (Jul 2): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Society paying price for Loyalism's 'forgotten generation': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

John McCallister writes off NI21 future in stinging attack on Basil McCrea: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Orange hall graffiti attack 'a sickening hate crime': The News Letter

UVF thugs threaten friends of Bulgaria drowning victim James Kelly – 'Stay away from funeral': Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran Barnes

Man shot in leg in north Belfast: UTV

Jean McConville's daughter – 'If I give up fighting, they've won' (Jul 6): The Observer
Elizabeth Day

Why were Gerry Conlon and others denied the support they needed? (Jun 23): Irish Post
Sally Mulready

Why religious education has an important role to play in our society (Jul 3): The Irish Times
Gareth Byrne

Scottish independence – Yes 41%, No 59% in new poll: The Scotsman

SNP's 'retribution threat' to pro-UK Scottish firms: Daily Telegraph
Auslan Cramb and Claire Newell

Girl rushed to hospital after being hit in the face with a bottle during Orange Order parade brawl in Glasgow: Scottish Daily Record

Orange Order should scrap its march: Sunday Herald
Editorial

Good Friday model strengthens hope for Kurdish issue: Daily Sabah

Sunday, July 6

We're not boycotting north-south council, say DUP: The News Letter

McGuinness says unionist parties following UVF 'tune': RTE

Robin Eames' ideas offer no shortcuts to an agreed Northern Irish past (Jul 4): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Orange Order to meet over protest action, Rossnowlagh parade told: BBC

Order's annual Drumcree protest: The News Letter

Finlay blasts Parades Commission decision: Ballymoney Times

Orange Order leader asks Higgins to attend parade: Sunday Independent
Greg Harkin

Chief constable's measured advice must be heeded: The News Letter
Editorial

NI21 is damaged beyond repair (Jul 3): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Conservatives' co-chairmen quit after poor election result (Jul 3): The News Letter

Tyrone man admits damaging SF posters (Jul 4): Irish News
Brendan McDaid

BC exercise in idealism reopened old wounds: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Gerry Conlon – An innocent man and troubled soul (Jun 23): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Jailed for racist and sectarian comments: Derry Journal

Official IRA say they will 'retaliate': Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

MP tells of fears over republican ceremony: The News Letter

Pearse found wanting in Bruton review: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Nelson McCausland – Committee votes that 'deliberately misled' (Jul 3): BBC

New political space has created new opportunities for Left and progressive politics following electoral demise of Irish Labour Party (Jul 2): Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

Politics-free policing may be a step too far for Justice Minister (Jul 2): Evening Herald

Significant drop in Irish numbers of priests and nuns (Jul 5): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Dump church baggage for reform to be real, Eamon: Sunday Independent
Colum Kenny

Ulster Project to begin summer fling (Jul 2): Hutchinson News
Maria Betzold

Sinn Féin's Gerry Adams vanishes somewhere at Heathrow: Sunday Independent
Shane Ross

Is sectarianism really dying?: Irish Post
Richard Pruden

18 arrested at Glasgow Orange Order parade: The Scotsman
Lyndsay Buckland

Orange Order vows march to save Union will go ahead after violence mars Glasgow walk: Sunday Herald
Neil Mackay, Judith Duffy, Tom Gordon and Catriona Stewart

Yes campaign must attract grey vote (Jul 4): The Scotsman
Kate Higgins

A disunited kingdom would be a mess – it needs to be kept together (Jul 3): The Spectator
James Forsyth

The long struggle of the English Democrat (Jul 4): BBC
Alex Hunt

How we could make a federal UK work (Jun 29): Sunday Herald
Murdo Fraser

Saturday, July 5

SF accuses DUP of yielding to hardline elements over parade: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Unionists stay tight-lipped on proposed plan of action: Irish News
John Manley

Peter Robinson and Mike Nesbitt agree decision to ban parade should be accepted and urge any protests to be legal: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Order backs call for peaceful protests: UTV

Police will ensure parade does not go past Ardoyne, vows Hamilton: The News Letter

Growing fear of tensions during Twelfth of July parades: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Ardoyne parade – 'We are at boiling point... this sends out wrong message': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Ardoyne parade row – Could the aptly-named Harmony Lane be the answer?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Twaddell camp may still be in place in another year, says leading voice: The News Letter

Sort out march disputes – traders: Belfast Telegraph

Efforts to address issues piecemeal and under resourced – commission: The News Letter

Republic's Orangemen go on the march: The News Letter

Ardoyne parade – Just half-a-mile long but a blot on all our futures: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'The parade takes five minutes to pass, five minutes of respect': The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Portadown's elastic road: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Lack of progress on the march: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ardoyne Twelfth parade – Once again, the line must hold: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Pressure points and unintended consequences: BBC
Mark Devenport

Dangerous waters: UTV
Ken Reid

Orange Order's agenda now at the centre of unionist politics: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Only protest if you can do it entirely peacefully: The News Letter
Editorial

Ardoyne Twelfth parade – Row over benighted piece of Tarmac needs settled forever: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Hillary Clinton – I care deeply about what happens in Northern Ireland: Irish Independent
Anita McSorley

PSNI blitz on 'New IRA' and east Belfast UVF thugs in full swing: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Sectarian graffiti sprayed on Co Antrim Orange Hall: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Cars shot at in Clough hate attack: UTV

Magherafelt man jailed for calling Polish officer a 'foreign f**k': Mid Ulster Mail

Leading republican 'told Robert McCartney's sisters his killers should get a bullet in the head': Irish Mirror
Alan Erwin

TUV fury at school awards in honour of Bobby Sands: The News Letter

Was BBC's Good Morning Ulster wrong to interview KKK's Frank Ancona? No, because free speech is a warts-and-all liberty: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Co-operation Ireland maracycle from Belfast to Dublin – weary cyclists rest their legs after a marathon fundraising effort (Jul 1): Belfast Telegraph
Colin O'Carroll

Local Exchange Program Fosters Peace in Northern Ireland: NBCPhiladelphia.com
Maggie Bowers

Trinity seeks to triple intake of Northern Ireland students (Jul 4): The Irish Times
Joe Humphreys

New teaching institute sparks religious row (Jun 30): Irish Independent
Sarah Mac Donald

Scottish independence – Better Together 'bomb threat' probed: BBC

Flag flap – If Scotland opts out of the U.K., the Union Jack could need dramatic surgery: National Post
John Ivison

Cameron – Silent majority must speak up for Union (Jul 3): The Herald
Michael Settle

Scotstoun – where Scottish independence feels like a threat: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

Going Scot free may not be such a great idea: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

Britain is part of a secret Anglo-Saxon world conspiracy. How can it also be part of Europe? (Jul 3): The Spectator
Ed West

Friday, July 4

North-South meeting postponed in face of unionist boycott: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern Ireland unionists urged to return to talks after parade ban walkout: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Pan-unionist boycott begins, with warning of more: The News Letter

Unionists' protest stance condemned: Irish News

Essential that 'rule of law' is respected says Secretary of State: The News Letter

Fresh fears that Northern Ireland's Stormont government could topple: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Orange Order parade barred from part of Crumlin Road on 12 July: BBC

Unionists warn there will be protests over decision to bar Orangemen walking up Crumlin Road: Irish Mirror
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Parades Commission defend their determination: The News Letter

Chief Constable George Hamilton – Twelfth violence 'not inevitable': BBC

Order in appeal for calm after 'preposterous decision': The News Letter

Row over local bonfire tyres: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Commission 'dragged migrants into arch dispute': The News Letter

Dungannon's DUP and Sinn Fein representatives condemn 'blatant naked racism' of Moygashel graffiti: Tyrone Times
Shauna Corr

Council doesn't fly Union flag over Belfast City Hall for Prince William's birthday... and Ruth Patterson is not happy: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Shadow Secretary of State gets flags briefing on visit: Carrick Times

Irish day of national unity still years away: Providence Journal
Steve Coronella

Fresh turmoil for NI21 as executive member quits over Basil McCrea: The News Letter
Sam McBride

John McCallister on Basil McCrea – 'We will never be friends again... this has been the most toxic experience of my life': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Basil McCrea's ego was a problem – John McCallister: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Blitz on UVF thugs to continue, says PSNI chief George Hamilton: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Security alert ends at Thiepval Barracks in Lisburn: BBC

Workmen find 'viable' bomb in Killough: UTV

Gardai raid houses after RIRA tip-off: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Parties unite to condemn IRA gunmen mural: The News Letter

Sinn Fein defends mural depicting IRA hunger striker Kieran Doherty's funeral in west Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Border Orange hall restored (Jul 2): The News Letter

Inquest for Irish republican who was MI5 spy inside Sinn Féin adjourned: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Welfare row and the credibility gap over devolution of tax: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Legal challenge to Peter and Iris Robinson conduct report withdrawn: BBC

Pressure mounts to publish report into conduct of Peter and Iris Robinson report: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Sinn Féin duo to visit Australia: Irish Echo (Australia)
Padraig Collins

Anti-discrimination training for gardaí to be developed after report – O'Sullivan (Jul 3): The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Sinn Féin slammed for failure to support WWI commemoration: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Panorama's attempt to investigate politics in Tower Hamlets has sullied their reputation (Jul 2): The Independent
Ian Burrell

Anglo-Irish relations face uncertain future if UK leaves the EU: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

'I would be heartbroken if Scotland voted for independence', says David Cameron in emotional plea to keep the UK together: Daily Mail
Tom Mctague

Say 'naw' Galloway tells voters (Jul 2): The Scotsman
George Kerevan

Can you be Scottish and British?: The Guardian
James Walsh

Scotland's decision and implications for Ireland, North and South: The Irish Times
Editorial

Thursday, July 3

NI talks on flags, parading and the past to resume at Stormont: BBC

Northern Ireland peace process in a 'state of stagnation' Cameron is warned during first one-on-one talks with Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams and Martin McGuinness: Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness in Westminster talks over Stormont roadblocks: Belfast Telegraph
David Young and David Hughes

Gerry Adams urges David Cameron to save peace process from "state of stagnation" and fulfil Good Friday Agreement: Irish Mirror

Sinn Féin has 'good' meeting with Cameron: RTE

Mary Lou McDonald criticises Cameron as Sinn Féin meets the Prime Minister: Irish Post
Niall O'Sullivan

Leaders identify different issues: Belfast Telegraph

Optimism for agreement thin on the ground: Irish News
John Manley

SF stance on welfare an 'outrage' – Robinson: The News Letter

Unionists hail Eames 'U-turn' over the definition of a victim: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Five unionist groups – including DUP and UUP – make united call to let north Belfast parade through: The News Letter

Hamilton's 'wall of steel' helps Mini Twelfth pass peacefully: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Protest peaceful at Belfast PSNI station: The News Letter

Restrictions as permission given for morning Ardoyne Twelfth parade: The News Letter

Loyalists urged not to burn Pope effigies on Eleventh night bonfires: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Eleventh night bonfires – How centuries-old tradition is (very) slowly evolving: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Byrne

Irish Ku Klux Klan flag perpetrator branded an 'idiot' by minister: Irish Independent
Amanda Ferguson

BBC Radio Ulster criticised for KKK interview: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Moygashel foreign nationals graffiti investigated by PSNI: BBC

Flying of loyalist flags 'doing damage to tourism': Fermanagh Herald

'Image problem' may explain fall in NI visitor numbers, report says: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Bomb alert at British army HQ in Northern Ireland: RTE

PSNI's battle with dissident republicans is carrot and stick realpolitik: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Government seeks closed hearing in case against dissident republican: TheGuardian.com
Owen Bowcott and Henry McDonald

Black murder accused to sue police and PPS: Lurgan Mail

DUP presses Nesbitt on statues: The News Letter

NI21 deputy leader John McCallister resigns from party he formed with Basil McCrea: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

John McCallister confirms NI21 exit: BBC
Gareth Gordon

NI21 to lose half its public funding after deputy leader McCallister quits: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Kevin McDaid case man is arrested again after band parade: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

BBC's Panorama team loses confidential information relating to a secret British Army unit: The Independent
Ian Burrell

No appeal over Hyde Park suspect ruling: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Decision not to appeal Downey bomb case ruling defended: The News Letter

A reminder of what it was like to be Irish in the wrong place at the wrong time: Irish Post
Joe Horgan

Former RUC man still 'holds key' in Sgt Joe Campbell murder: Sunday World
Hugh Jordan

Campbell – 'New council must drop divisive Derry title': Londonderry Sentinel

Claims DUP trying to bury Assembly report on Iris Robinson: Sunday World
Steven Moore

Corporation tax – Cost of devolving tax to NI still not known: BBC
John Campbell

David Cameron to tell 'silent majority' of Scots to speak out against independence: Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup, and Ben Riley-Smith

Scottish Independence – England 'should send Scotland a love letter to save our marriage': London Evening Standard
David Churchill

Wednesday, July 2

Sinn Fein meeting David Cameron at Downing Street: BBC
Shane Harrison

Put blame where it belongs – the parties (Jun 30): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Understaffed, lonely, checking under the car for bombs – what it's like policing the Irish border: Belfast Telegraph
George Hamilton

Respect needed over parades: The News Letter

'Mini Twelfth' parade in east Belfast passes off peacefully – Police erect 'wall of steel' around Short Strand: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Parades Commission – Strabane parade detrimental to community relations: Londonderry Sentinel

Thousands attend Somme Commemoration: UTV

'We burnt 60 tricolours last eleventh night... and we'll do the same this year': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

More parades and more bands, but Order says 'culture war' is real: The News Letter

Cash still needed for Northern Ireland's interfaces: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Johnston

PSNI wins flag protest verdict appeal: UTV

Ku Klux Klan flag erected in east Belfast: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

First Minister Peter Robinson condemns 'idiot' after Klu Klux Klan flag appears in east Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Prison officer murder charge dropped: UTV

Fresh probe into fatal garda shooting of IRA raider: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Loyalist granted bail to appear on Jeremy Kyle gets three-month sentence: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

9 jailed for 'ugly sectarian attack' which left man dead: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

Top cops closing in on Raymond McCord's murderers: Sunday World
Jim McDowell

Change the definition of 'victim', says top CoI man: The News Letter

Hands off our walls: Londonderry Sentinel

DUP – New prison at Magilligan must begin soon says Campbell: Derry Journal

Cameron speaks of NI's recovery: The News Letter

Northern Ireland shared education – Three sets of schools selected: BBC

SDLP – Ramsey says 'teacher training review must recognise ethos': Derry Journal

One was rather impressed with the fast and wonderful game of hurling: Irish Examiner
John Fallon

John Bruton – 'Easter Rising damaged Irish psyche': Irish Independent

Protestant 'homes' survivors want apology (Jun 26): Evening Herald
Laura Larkin

MLAs' welcome for war-monger US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland leaves a bad taste: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Euroscepticism has boosted Tories but may yet sink them: The News Letter
Editorial

Without significant change, Britain is heading towards the EU exit door (Jun 30): The Spectator
James Forsyth

Catholic priest and Church of Scotland minister join forces to lead anti-sectarian drive in hilarious video: Scottish Daily Record
Keith McLeod

Scottish independence – Why don't the English want more power?: BBC
Esther Webber

Home Rule or Nothing for Scottish Labour: The Scotsman
Cailean Gallagher

Prosperity put at risk by ending the Union (May 22): The Herald
Catherine MacLeod

The Nationalists are losing the independence referendum and Alex Salmond needs a game-changer: Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

Tuesday, July 1

Electoral deal with the SDLP possible, says Mike Nesbitt: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Alex Kane interviews Mike Nesbitt – Confident UUP leader offers olive branch to nationalism: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Assembly motion on parades to call for tolerance, restraint: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hopes for executive parties' commitment to peaceful parading season: Irish News
John Manley

Northern Ireland business leaders in talks appeal: BBC

'Low confidence' in parades watchdog: UTV

Northern Ireland's new chief constable under pressure over police shortfall: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Police from Britain on riot standby: Irish News
Maeve Connolly

New PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton upbeat as daunting July looms: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Bring back Direct Rule for summer: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

End of term blues for our politicians at Stormont? (Jun 27): Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

Talking and events: UTV
Brian Rowan

Sinn Fein ally Richard Haass was a dumb choice to chair Northern Ireland peace talks: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Chief Constable pressed on McGuinness' gun claim: The News Letter

Chief Constable George Hamilton: 'We will pursue Ronan's killers': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Needs of victims must come first – Hamilton: The News Letter

Let's rally behind new police chief George Hamilton: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Loyalist Jim Dowson builds 'evangelical army' for 'holy war': Sunday World
Steven Moore

'Significant progress' made over Larne bonfire management: Larne Times

Heavy police presence as four are remanded on terrorism charges: The News Letter

Ballymoney pipe bomb – Ballymena Road re-opens after controlled explosion: BBC

Republican Brendan Conway loses legal battle over Maghaberry prison strip searches: Belfast Telegraph

Government mulls inquiry into garda killing of Real IRA man: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

O'Dowd rejects 'sectarian decision' claim: The News Letter

Crowd-pulling GAA clash may be staged in Omagh on same day as Twelfth demonstration: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

It's a shame to miss the football (Jun 25): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

It is high time for an All-Ireland team at the World Cup: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Cameron's empty threat to the EU – PM is losing the argument because even his allies in Europe do not believe him: The Independent
Andrew Grice and Nigel Morris

Latest poll – Yes 35%, No 54%, Don't Know 12%: The Herald

'I'm voting "Aye", notionally, reservations notwithstanding': The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Yes, of course the BBC is biased against Scottish Nationalists: The Spectator
Alex Massie

What's the matter with Scotland? It's full of Scottish people. (May 29): The Spectator
Alex Massie

Wise up England, you'd be better off without Scotland: The Conversation
Bryan Glass

England's identity crisis – what does it mean to be English? (May 20): The Guardian
John Harris



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