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Sunday, July 15

May warns Brexit legacy cannot be 'hard border': RTE

UK headed for soft Brexit even WITHOUT Irish border issue, May's aide reveals: Daily Express
Carly Read

Brexit – The dream may have died. The nightmare continues: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Northern Ireland is still at risk of a disastrous internal UK border at Irish Sea: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

McGuinness and Hume got over far worse – Shadow SoS: Derry Journal

Democracy only works if we hold those in a position of power to account (Jul 8): Impartial Reporter
Dylan Quinn

Gerry Adams offers to meet those responsible for attack on his home: Belfast Live
Nathan Hanna

Attacks on home of Gerry Adams 'disgraceful' – Eastwood: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Coveney and Foster stand 'in solidarity' with Derry residents: BBC

Bloomfield bonfire injunction "most significant event of this year's Twelfth", says SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Eleventh Night in Northern Ireland is a holiday of hate: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

Why putting the Orange tradition at the heart of Northern Ireland culture would be a step towards genuine equality (Jul 12): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Like many lucky generals, Leo Varadkar has a flaky side too (Jul 8): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Orange Lodge boss blasts followers who 'sing songs about the past' and tells them 'You are not welcome': Scottish Sun
Paul Thornton

Orange Order seeks relaunch of lodge at Trinity College Dublin: The Sunday Times
Sean Pollock

Gang of masked youths wanted over sectarian arson attack on special needs school: Belfast Telegraph

Newry Cenotaph attack condemned as 'sickening': BBC

Irishness means more than hating England (Jul 8): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Police failed to send suspected UVF killer's file to prosecutors (Jul 9): Irish News
Connla Young

Maurice Hayes – My dad's greatest legacy is that you can be more than one thing, says daughter Clodagh (Jul 9): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Tributes to flamboyant unionist peer Laird, dead at 74 (Jul 11): Belfast Telegraph

The Irish border and its farms will slaughter a US deal: The Sunday Times
Dominic Lawson

Eyebrows raised over Northern Ireland councillors 'Rose of Tralee' reference (Jul 12): Belfast Telegraph

Air Corps helicopters fly over Border to help North's fire service (Jul 11): Irish Independent
Ryan Nugent

Presbyterian clergy 'worse than children' at Church's General Assembly (Jul 10): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Presidential election confirmed as Sinn Féin decide to field candidate: Irish Independent
Wayne O'Connor

Woman 'quizzed' by Birmingham Airport police – for using a Northern Irish £10: Birmingham Mail
Jilly Beattie

The Catholic church has brutalised Ireland. But still we welcome the pope (Jul 9): The Guardian
Emer O'Toole

Developer Comer answers Church cash appeal for Papal visit (Jul 8): Sunday Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Scots Tory in DUP 'dark money' row instructs lawyers over BBC documentary: The Herald
Tom Gordon

Saturday, July 14

Gerry Adams home attacked with 'explosive device': Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Gerry Adams calls for meeting with people who attacked house: The Guardian
Kevin Rawlinson

Sixth successive night of violence in Londonderry: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

PSNI chief blames 'New IRA' for attacks on officers: Irish Independent
Aoife Moore and David Young

'Londonderry riots being orchestrated by cowards hiding in the shadows': The News Letter

Londonderry will not be dragged back to the past says McDonald ahead of rally: Belfast Telegraph

DUP slams Sinn Féin's 'double standards' over city violence: The News Letter

Dissident republicans guilty of child abuse, says Police Federation: The News Letter

Derry violence leaves people 'angry, heartbroken and infuriated': Belfast Live
David Young

"Not in our name" – Solidarity rally held in Derry this evening in opposition to ongoing violence: Derry Now

Derry riots – Gerry Adams demands 'rationale' for house bomb amid violence blamed on dissident republicans: The Independent
Joe Watts

Call for MLAs' pay to be redirected to help meet the policing bill for recent mayhem: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

David Norris disturbed by Derry violence and glad not to be associated with 'shower' of bonfire builders in the North: Derry Journal

New siege of Derry as the residents of Fahan Street cower and pray for relief: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Derry – from shining beacon of hope to scenes of streets in flames: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Violence in Northern Ireland puts pressure on Good Friday pact: Financial Times
Arthur Beesley

Donaldson calls on Dublin to respect remit of British/Irish body: The News Letter

Travel security 'will be stricter post-Brexit', says Taoiseach: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell and Elaine Loughlin

EU chief warns Tories of no deal if UK reject Irish backstop: The National (Scotland)
Kathleen Nutt

Northern Irish border not a decisive factor for Theresa May's soft Brexit decision, says top aide: The Sun
Harry Cole

'This is a wake-up call!' Furious row erupts as Brexiteer MP says Trump could SAVE Brexit: Daily Express
Oli Smith

Time is running out for a UK Brexit solution: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Brexit will mean new customs checks in Ireland, Tánaiste says: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Ireland's Brexit strategy is kicking up a gear: The Irish Times
Simon Coveney

The Brexit white paper is a grand delusion which EU will reject: The News Letter
Stephen Farry

Orangemen won't meet Sinn Féin 'for at least a generation': Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Orangeman John Aughey, jailed for driving into crowd in Ardoyne, joins marchers at main Belfast parade: Irish News
John Monaghan

Orange Institution of today needs to be fit for purpose, says Gibson: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Not enough Twelfth on TV: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Cluan Place police bonfire video emerges and officer stood down: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

UVF leader met DUP hours before controversial Bloomfield walkway bonfire set alight: Irish News
Allison Morris

Twelfth parade – Man accused of calling police "fenian b*****ds" must remain in custody: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Sinn Féin to play anti-establishment card with choice for presidency: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Irish people unamused as Donald Trump refers to Ireland as a part of the UK: Irish Mirror
Aakanksha Surve

DUP's Little-Pengelly tells of hopes for equality at suffrage event: Belfast Telegraph

RTÉ head of sport says broadcaster does not stop people in the north watching gaelic games: Irish News
John Monaghan

FIFA launches investigation into fans' chants of 'no surrender': The News Letter

Forget football, it's independence that's really coming home: The National (Scotland)

White House 'doesn't think Scotland is part of the UK': The Scotsman

Sneering liberals must accept the rights of the Orange marchers: The Herald
Kevin McKenna

Orange Order parades to be re-routed away from Glasgow church where priest suffered sectarian attack: Scottish Daily Record
Laura Paterson

Friday, July 13

Stephen Farry voices concern as NIO says Tory-DUP deal spells 'exciting times': Irish News
John Manley

There must be no Irish language act, Orange Order insists: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brexit White Paper promises 'frictionless' border: BBC
John Campbell

UK's Brexit White Paper – all you need to know: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

EU will say UK's customs proposal is unworkable: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Ireland hails UK move towards 'much softer Brexit': Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – May's White Paper sidelines thorny Border issue: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Ireland should be UK's friend, not foe: Irish Independent
Editorial

Stormont collapse – MLAs paid over £9m: Impartial Reporter

Orange Order hails Karen Bradley as first Secretary of State to attend Twelfth parade: Belfast Telegraph

Bonfire builders do not represent Unionist community – McDonald: RTE
Brendan Wright

Once controversial Orange Order parade passes off peacefully in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

'I'd be a bit eccentric' – Limerick Catholic who loves the Twelfth: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

Orange parade passes St Patrick's Church in Belfast to single drum beat: Irish News

Police officer 'stood down' over 'bye bye' bonfire remark: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

A 'small minority can terrorise communities', says Martin: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Bonfire crackdown welcomed: Irish News
Editorial

Residents on Fountain estate say empty Stormont setting bad example: Belfast Telegraph

The ties that bind and divide – Tribalism remains a toxic force: Irish Examiner
Editorial

The Irish Times view on violence in Northern Ireland – a salutary reminder: The Irish Times
Editorial

Ex-soldiers hired to remove loyalist bonfire material: Irish News
Allison Morris

Police investigating Crumlin hate crime: BBC

Sinn Féin MLA slams sectarian hate attack on Orange Hall ahead of the Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Grand Master pays tribute to 336 Orange Order members killed during Troubles: Belfast Telegraph

Romanticising IRA terrorism sends out a message that murder was OK: The News Letter
Chris Smyth

Castlederg – pride in 'firm stand' during Troubles: The News Letter

Legal challenge after Irish medium school left in limbo (Jul 4): TheDetail.tv
Lindsay Fergus

Fresh trouble in Derry's Bogside on Twelfth night: ITV

Summer Brexit showdown on cards as ideology overshadows practicality (Jun 24): Sunday Independent
Ailish O'Hora

Police remain in the Bogside area tonight as land rovers come under continuing attack from crowds throwing petrol bombs and missiles: Derry Now

Petition to ban Glasgow Orange Walks won't be considered by council despite gathering 75,000 signatures: Scottish Daily Record
Jack Aitchison

Orange Order leader – 'Foster fuss shows Scots prejudice': The National (Scotland)
Kirsteen Paterson

Arlene Foster got 'rapturous reception' at June Orange Order parade in Scotland: Irish News
Editorial

Thursday, July 12

DUP joins Brexit Tories to threaten rebellion against Theresa May: Belfast Telegraph
Ashley Cowburn

Simon Coveney says it has been a 'good week for Brexit': The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Whitehall's 'potty' plan to keep NI lights on if no Brexit deal: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Hard Brexit would result in 40,000 job losses, Minister for Finance warns: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

'Ireland has become front and centre in Brexit debate and British politicians are having to get their heads around that': Galway Advertiser
Charlie McBride

Brexit and rights a route for republicans to closer unity with EU: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Why revived talks process and a period of direct rule are not mutually exclusive: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

Trouble flares for a fifth straight night in Londonderry: The News Letter

Dissident republicans blamed as trouble flares in Derry for fifth night: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain and Rebecca Black

'Mindless' attacks on fire fighters need to stop: Derry Journal

Democratic representatives of Derry appalled by events in the Bogside – Reilly: Derry Journal

Police confirm two 'crude but viable' devices were discovered close to Derry's Walls after fifth night of trouble: Derry Now

Fears lives will be lost if Londonderry violence continues: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Chief Constable rejects criticism of policing in Londonderry – 405 officers deployed despite 'myths': Belfast Telegraph

Futile violence witnessed in Derry an obstacle to radical change: Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

No excuse for Derry violence: Irish News
Editorial

Hijackings and 'pipe bomb blast' amid bonfire-linked violence in NI: RTE
Brendan Wright

Bus passengers left shaken after Co Down bus hijacking: Belfast Telegraph

East Belfast UVF exploits at odds with rule of law pledge – Police: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Police to investigate Ballymurphy Massacre banner on Belfast bonfire: Belfast Telegraph

St James' Swifts issues statement after bonfire displays flags: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Cluan Place – police remain in attendance: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Belfast Eleventh night trouble 'small minority of people who have no regard for their communities', say police: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Recent acts of terror cannot be tolerated: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Huge King Billy tattoo for Orangeman to mark Twelfth: BBC
Ali Gordon

Our proud tradition goes from strength to strength: The News Letter
Edward Stevenson

Forgotten Zaoui true face of legacy issues: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Duke and Duchess of Sussex ring peace bell on Dublin visit: The Guardian
Caroline Davies

Mood shifts from fun to sombre as royals visit Famine memorial: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell and Jack Power

Why Prince Harry and Meghan Markle went to Ireland: Macleans
Patricia Treble

Former Dublin Lord Mayor Christy Burke to consider Áras bid: RTE
Conor McMorrow

Sinn Féin TD Caoimhghin O Caolain denies interest in presidential run but refuses to rule u-turn if asked by Mary Lou McDonald: Irish Sun
Craig Farrell and Kieran Dineen

Will it be the old or new Michael D who shows up for election campaign?: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Derry anti-war group to protest against Donald Trump visit: Derry Journal

Plan to deck Big Ben clock tower in England flags dubbed 'boost for Scottish independence': The Herald
Alistair Grant

Ireland's Security Council bid shows us what an independence could be: The National (Scotland)
Alyn Smith

Wednesday, July 11

Leo Varadkar – EU should relax on Brexit red lines: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin and Fiachra O Cionnaith

'We will remain united with EU' to get the best deal from Brexit: Irish Independent
Shona Murray and Kevin Doyle

MPs resign vice-chair roles in protest at NI 'backstop': BBC
John Campbell

Rees Mogg hears of Brexit Border woes: Impartial Reporter

Theresa May soldiers on in face of more resignations as Michel Barnier voices concern about Chequers deal: Irish News
John Manley

A new Prime Minister would still be bound to DUP, insists political expert: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Brexit could be the makings of a Corbyn primed to lead nation: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Ulster Unionists oppose 'parallel' police body: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Victims of Troubles in Republic excluded from legacy proposals: Irish News
Noel McAdam

Truth or justice may never come, but we can still keep loved ones' memories alive: The News Letter
George Larmour

Unionists hit out at Sinn Féin for 'romanticising murder' over IRA commemoration: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

'I take great pride in putting on the sash that my father wore': The News Letter
Graeme Cousins

The Twelfth – Not yet a Mardi Gras for all: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Twelfth of July highlights the North's uncertain future: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

Shrunken NIO goes on big recruitment drive: The News Letter
Sam McBride

IRA's Docklands bomb was our life sentence, says daughter as 'forgotten' victim Zaoui dies: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Daughters speak of losing their mother: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Fourth night of Derry violence an 'act of pure evil' as shots fired at police: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Youth sets himself on fire as riots grip Derry: Irish Independent
Leona O'Neill

Fountain residents fearful but defiant after sectarian attacks: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Our activists were trying to prevent attacks on Fountain and one had his car torched – Saoradh: Derry Journal

We sought guarantees that attacks on the Fountain estate would cease – IRSP: Derry Journal

Derry's council to host special meeting to discuss 'ongoing criminal behaviour and sectarian attacks' in the Bogside: Derry Now

Christian leaders describe Derry street violence as an 'affront to society': Derry Journal

50-year-old man charged with intentionally encouraging or assisting Londonderry riot: Belfast Telegraph

Sinister republican elements behind targeting of Protestant residents: The News Letter
Editorial

Anger after woman's car is torched 'because she was flying Union flag': Belfast Telegraph
Jenna Gardiner

Warrenpoint 'hate crime' poppy wreaths replaced: BBC

Belfast City Council Bloomfield bonfire injunction secured at final hour: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Bloomfield Walkway – Belfast bonfire lit hours after court order: BBC

Walkway bonfire builders claim this is last year at controversial site: Irish News
Allison Morris

Bonfire makers must use common sense: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Bonfire builders should face the consequences of their actions: Irish News
Editorial

Public excluded from trial of IRA accused as surveillance evidence given: The Irish Times
Eoin Reynolds

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle in Ireland – Politician's faux pas after meeting royal couple: Irish Mirror
Russell Myers

Meghan Markle IS IRISH! Her Irish gran married a Brit soldier and was SHUNNED by family: Daily Express
Alahna Kindred

Harry and Meghan's first trip is just an Irish school tour: The Irish Times
Patrick Freyne

Sinn Féin to make decision on Irish presidency move this weekend: Belfast Telegraph

Irish people cannot begrudge England a World Cup win: Irish Mirror
John Kierans

Scots need to ditch 'anyone but England' attitude: The Scotsman
Henry McLeish

English public have given Brexit crisis and controversial Trump visit the boot... for something they can cheer about instead: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

World Cup Brings England Together at a Time of Division: New York Times
Ceylan Yeginsu

Church at centre of Orange Walk priest attack probe calls for parade routes to be changed: Scottish Daily Record
Paul Ward

Tuesday, July 10

DUP MPs remain concerned over Border 'backstop': The Irish Times
Noel McAdam

Anarchy in UK – Brexit talks could stall as British PM faces potential leadership heave: Irish Examiner
Eoin English and Juno McEnroe

Boris Johnson resignation a 'game-changer' – but many will want to see Theresa May survive crisis: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

David Davis 'disagreed with UK's NI Brexit policy': BBC
John Campbell

Tánaiste plays down impact of UK Brexit secretary: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Ireland must not become collateral damage amid 'Tory civil war' over Brexit – Mary Lou McDonald: Irish Independent
Rebecca Black

DUP 'unhappy' with aspects of May's Chequers Brexit plan: The News Letter

Brexit has split the UK cabinet – but is it also dividing communities?: TheDetail.tv
Paul Gosling

Brexiters seem to forget that 'no deal' is not legally an option: The Guardian
Brendan Howlin

Northern Ireland politicians still divided on Brexit plans as Tories face major crisis: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Johnson quits May's cabinet – Good riddance: Irish Examiner
Editorial

The Irish Times view on the political turmoil in London – Lurching to a reckoning: The Irish Times
Editorial

Resignations leave British government in Brexit chaos: Irish News
Editorial

Legacy amendment dropped as Northern Ireland budget passes: BBC

MPs call for an end to 'betrayal' of military veterans: The News Letter

Derry Sinn Féin MLA says efforts to give British soldiers immunity 'shameless and insulting to families': Derry Now

Government must not repeat mistakes of the past, Paisley warns: The News Letter

Northern Ireland secretary Bradley urged to take control as MPs warned vacuum threatens Northern Ireland peace: Belfast Telegraph
Dan O'Donoghue

Burning of Union Flags 'attempt to heighten tensions' before Twelfth: The News Letter

Arrests after Randalstown parade video shows 'man aiming gun at marchers': Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Little Orangemen marching out the door in run-up to the Twelfth: The News Letter
Graeme Cousins

Bloomfield Walkway bonfire a 'risk to life and not wanted' says PUP's Kyle: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Belfast council plans injunction to force Stormont officials to act over 'unsafe' bonfire: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden and Allan Preston

Desecration of soldiers' memorial at Narrow Water condemned: The News Letter

Loyalist Mark Harbinson tells of his relief after he's cleared of firearms offences: Belfast Live
Ashleigh McDonald

Prominent loyalist Mark Harbinson is no stranger to the legal system: The Sunday Times
Suzanne McGonagle

PSNI officers and passer-by injured in Derry disorder: ITV

Men, aged 50 and 20, arrested, and teen, aged 16, charged over Derry disorder: Derry Journal

Appeal issued to parents of children in the Bogside area after trouble flares again just hours after community rally: Derry Now

Fountain attacks anti-republican – Donnelly: Derry Journal

'Senseless violence' is pitting working class Protestants and Catholics against one another – trade unions: Derry Journal

Derry Protestants feel besieged as youths throw petrol bombs: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Protestant enclave once a thriving community: Irish News

Mairia Cahill will be 'brave voice' for party on council, says SDLP leader Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph

Hope is essential – IRA graffiti in Belfast painted over with Pride flag: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

The race for the Áras is on: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Harry and Meghan visit Ireland against Brexit backdrop: The Guardian
Caroline Davies

Armed Gardai to keep a watch on dissidents ahead of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal visit: Irish Independent
Ken Foy and Conor Feehan

Royal visit 'worth millions in free publicity' – Failte Ireland: Herald.ie
Allison Bray

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Dublin visit to Great Famine memorial will be royal family recognition of Ireland horror: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Orange Lodge Grand Master slams thugs who launched bigoted attack on priest during Boyne Parade: Scottish Daily Record
Nicholas Keyden

Monday, July 9

May faces down hard Brexiteers, and now the real work begins: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Leo Varadkar 'more optimistic' Brexit deadline will be met: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Tánaiste – UK Brexit proposals could be basis for serious negotiations: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Cautious DUP welcome for Chequers Brexit proposal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Hard Brexit could leave food rotting at border, Asda boss warns: The Independent
Ravender Sembhy

Davis's resignation no surprise but it delivers a fresh crisis for May: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

The economic consequences of the Irish border question: Financial Times
Jonathan Ford

Brexit game has changed but fudge is still on the menu: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

What is being asked of Britain in the talks on Brexit is without precedent (Jul 8): Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

A soft Brexit would be no hardship for the DUP: The News Letter
Alex Kane

I want a Brexit that won't leave everyone on this island a loser (Jul 8): Sunday Independent
Steve Aiken

May secures soft Brexit mandate – Unhinged were outflanked: Irish Examiner
Editorial

The Irish Times view on London's Brexit position – A deal is a long way off: The Irish Times
Editorial

Theresa May's Brexit plans still lack credibility: Irish News
Editorial

EU court to assess Brexit impact on extraditions: The Times
Seán McCárthaigh

Smugglers 'abusing' soft Ireland border checks to get people into UK, National Crime Agency warns: The Independent
Lizzie Dearden

If the brats won't oblige each other, then Mother Bradley better prepare to roll up her sleeves: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Policing in Northern Ireland – how the past threatens the future: TheDetail.tv
Paul Nolan

We can't allow terrorists to be seen as the moral equals of legitimate state forces: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Appointment of new Garda Commissioner: Southern Star
Editorial

Orangeman vows to continue protests over Drumcree dispute: The News Letter
Cate McCurry

Orange Order calls on Bradley to start talks as Drumcree stand-off marks 20 years: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Plans to remove pallets from controversial east Belfast bonfire have stalled: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

PSNI watch bonfire rebuilt next to electricity sub-station – threat to thousands of homes: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Fire crews tackled more than 1,800 bonfires in five years: TheDetail.tv
Rory Winters

Criminal damage on poppy wreaths in Co Down town treated as a hate crime: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI probe criminal damage to memorial: The News Letter

Loyalist Mark Harbinson cleared of firearms offences: Irish News

Thugs target Protestant enclave in a second weekend of Derry rioting: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

'Faceless minority' condemned for attacks on Fountain and police: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Former Defence Secretary Michael Fallon is trying to stop taxpayers' cash being spent hounding Troubles veterans through court: The Sun
David Willetts and Matt Dathan

Irish terror victims are 'ignored by government': Belfast Telegraph

Quinn uncle – I identified the blackened bodies of my nephews: Irish News
Connla Young

Former Irish Labour Senator Máiría Cahill joins SDLP: BBC
Enda McClafferty

DUP's Ian Paisley withdraws from Twitter: Irish News
John Monaghan

Labour initiative to remove role of religions in schools: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Viewers angry after missing out on Armagh game: Irish News
John Monaghan

England granted cosmic consolation for the lousy luck of having Rees-Mogg and Farage (Jul 8): Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

Mike Russell – Scotland needs more protection: The Times
Hamish Macdonell

Priest in tears after Orange march yobs shout 'Fenian scum, beast and paedophile' in hate crime attack: Scottish Daily Record
Sally Hind

Sunday, July 8

Britain will not get everything they want in deal, says Coveney: RTE

Varadkar and May speak after PM secures approval for soft Brexit: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly and Rachel Flaherty

The Chequers die is cast: RTE
Tony Connelly

DUP has chance to uphold Brexit (Jul 4): The News Letter
David McNarry

Like the scouts, be prepared for the worst Brexit outcome (Jun 28): The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

An uncertain end to latest chapter in the highly complex Brexit saga: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Shift to softer Brexit good for Ireland but big problems remain: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

Judgment means it's more essential than ever this Stormont stand-off is ended: Belfast Telegraph
Edmund Curran

Leading Belfast lawyer warns that north is "sleep walking into a constitutional disaster": Irish News
John Monaghan

Despite our obvious problems, there is plenty for everybody to be grateful for: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Co-operation Ireland's Peter Sheridan – I pride myself in being able to see things from 'the other side' (Jun 9): Irish News
Joanne Sweeney

Jamie Bryson says removing East Belfast bonfire materials would "undermine positive work": Belfast Live
Robert Ainley

Orange Order 'surprised' by Garvaghy Road comments: The News Letter
Clint Aiken

Time to flag up supported self-regulation as the route to tackling Twelfth turf wars: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

Only Orange parade in the Republic passes off peacefully: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

30 petrol bombs thrown during incident in Derry last night after police attacked while dealing with incident at the Fountain estate: Derry Now

Children blamed for petrol bomb attacks in Derry: RTE

Liberal Presbyterians have question to answer over letter: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Presbyterianism's disastrous month casts doubt over its long-term future (Jun 30): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Protestant churches in Ireland push to keep religious education as a core subject in primary schools: The Sunday Times
Colin Coyle

The Phony War on "Taliban Ireland" (Jun 25): First Things
John Waters

Having a token vote to remove the blasphemy law is pointless (Jun 17): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Equal marriage campaigners welcome taoiseach's commitment on LGBT rights (Jun 26): Irish News

Mary Lou McDonald's plan to spoil the coronation: The Sunday Times
Stephen O'Brien

'Weather knows no borders' – Sinn Féin senator calls for all-Ireland weather alerts during emergencies: TheJournal.ie
Cormac Fitzgerald

ICMSA – Ireland-Britain trade more important than border (Jun 26): Irish Examiner
Noel Baker

Non-English Brits unhappy to hear Three Lions roar: Belfast Telegraph

Irish football fans warm to Three Lions in new era: The Sunday Times
Sean Pollock and Colin Coyle

Duchess of Sussex's visit to Dublin will be world away from last trip to the city... when she pulled the perfect pint of Guinness: Sunday Telegraph
Hannah Furness

City roads at standstill as Orange parade endures sweltering temperatures: Sunday Herald
Holly Lennon

Saturday, July 7

UK backs Brexit deal to honour most EU rules and avoid Border: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Soft Brexit proposal welcomed on both sides of Irish border: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Tánaiste 'looking forward' to seeing what the UK's Brexit approach is made of: TheJournal.ie
Cianan Brennan

Nicholson welcomes agreement and urges Europe not to reject new offer: Belfast Telegraph

Barnier moves to reassure unionists over Border backstop: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Michel Barnier wants less drama in Brexit backstop: BBC
John Campbell

May finally outlines post-Brexit plan for EU trade – but that's the easy bit: Irish Independent
Jill Lawless

Is May's 'third way' just another Brexit fantasy?: The Irish Times

How Britain will look to 'avoid friction at Border': Irish Independent
Christopher Hope

Theresa May slaps down Gavin Williamson's plans for IRA amnesty as unionists call for Defence Secretary to quit: The Sun
Harry Cole

Northern Ireland politicians vocal in their opposition to Troubles amnesty call: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Yet another grossly naive amnesty suggestion by a Tory MP – Donaldson: The News Letter

Relatives give mixed reaction to terrorist pardon plan: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Bradley faces court challenges over ongoing Stormont vacuum: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Arlene Foster claims Sinn Féin have 'surrendered power': Irish News

Northern Ireland parties divided over who should take decisions in absence of Stormont Executive after incinerator ruling: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Karen Bradley desperate to avoid taking charge of Stormont: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Dramatic day for UK politics, with unknowable impact: The News Letter
Editorial

Time to end the political drift: Irish News
Editorial

Court's incinerator decision an indictment of the lamentable state of politics here. It's time for MLAs to put up or shut up: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Police ready for peaceful Twelfth... but prepared for all outcomes: Belfast Telegraph

Drumcree dispute 'cannot run on forever and ever and day' – Hewitt: The News Letter

Orange Order still protesting Drumcree, 20 years on: Irish News
Noel McAdam

Relocated Belfast bonfire still threat to our homes, say fearful residents: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Bloomfield bonfire material removal 'would be a regressive step', community group warns: The News Letter

Potential loyalist backlash expected to plans to remove controversial bonfire: Irish News
Allison Morris

Loyalists to show solidarity by burning 'Mid Ulster Council flags': The News Letter
Stanley Campbell

Nationalist councillors call for the removal of Eleventh Night bonfires being built on council-owned property in Mid Ulster: Irish News
Connla Young

Jolene Bunting launches "lobby group" amid Standards Investigation: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Heavy police presence as five loyalist accused sent for trial: The News Letter

'It was an accident' – Sinn Féin Dublin MEP who liked offensive tweet about Arlene Foster: Irish Independent
Aoife Moore

Naomi Long hails 232 Presbyterian signatories of letter: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Irish Presbyterian schism after ties severed with Church of Scotland over same-sex marriage: The Herald
Brian Donnelly

Brexit prompting spike in Irish passport applications: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Sinn Féin take GAA campaign for coverage in the North to RTÉ and BBC: Derry Now

Beeb defends GAA coverage after Sinn Féin-led protest: Belfast Telegraph

How to be an England fan in Ireland – 'We just laugh it off': The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

England football team remains Ireland's dark obsession: The Irish Times
Keith Duggan

The least we owe England is to keep on hating to the end: The Irish Times
Ken Early

Italian mayor demands England pay 247 years' worth of royalties for using St George's flag: The Independent
Peter Stubley

Friday, July 6

SF still run by unelected individuals, says Martin: Irish Independent
David Raleigh

Denis Bradley says Sinn Féin needs to urge Catholics to join police: Irish News
John Manley

DUP, Sinn Féin and SDLP not represented at Stormont legacy meeting – 'It's pretty shocking': Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson backs amnesty for IRA terrorists in secret letter to the Prime Minister: The Sun
Harry Cole

No 10 slaps down Williamson over 'Troubles amnesty for terrorists' plan: Belfast Telegraph

Call for transparency over poll showing strong united Ireland support: The News Letter

DUP will ensure PM delivers on Brexit pledge – Dodds: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Fireworks expected over May's latest Border plan: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and Shona Murray

Sinn Féin accuses government of 'power grab' over NI Brexit plan: BBC
John Campbell

EU unity cracks on Brexit? Austrian Chancellor warns the Irish border standoff must NOT be allowed to force 'hard' UK departure: Daily Mail
James Tapsfield

Bradley 'disrespectful' to Hermon over forces letter: The News Letter

The WTF of Brexit: RTE
Ian Cooper

Unless there is a clever plan, a happy Brexit summit today is unlikely: The News Letter
Editorial

Birmingham pub bomb families welcome 'positive' political meeting: Belfast Live
Rebecca Black

As Ann Travers says of SF leader's tweet – 'What a joke!': The News Letter
Editorial

Northern Ireland public deserve to see Executive restored so its decisions build a healthcare system fit for the future: Belfast Telegraph
Karen Bradley

Arlene Foster's efforts to move DUP on from toxic past encouraging: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Drumcree March – Why is the Orange Order parade so divisive and what role do the DUP play?: The Independent
Joe Sommerlad

Where's US ambassador? Alas, nowhere to be found: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

PSNI threaten to publish identities of suspects involved in 'horrific' attack: The News Letter
Carmel Robinson

Up Close looks at paramilitaries still controlling communities: ITV

Belfast Councillor Jolene Bunting's conduct being investigated: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Families despondent as fresh McGurk's Bar bomb inquest rejected: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Presbyterian ministers 'hurt' by hard line on same-sex couples: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Republican group stages 'action against colonialism' by spraying over 'Victoria' on Dublin street sign: TheJournal.ie
Cormac Fitzgerald

Ireland to hold referendum to remove 'women's place is the home' clause from constitution: Daily Telegraph

Limerick to honour England star Harry Kane with top civic honour: Irish Mirror

If all you have to worry about is Stephen Nolan wanting England to win the World Cup, then you really need to get out more: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

JK Rowling hits out at Scottish nationalists on Twitter: The Herald
Alistair Grant

Thursday, July 5

Tánaiste discusses Brexit with senior UK politicians: RTE

NIO's legacy proposals flawed, says Beattie: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Minister refuses to delay Garda Commissioner's appointment: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Reaction to Drew Harris exposes SF hollow rhetoric: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

No decision on whether to cut MLA's pay – Northern Ireland Secretary: The News Letter
Aoife Moore

Bradley refuses to confirm additional PSNI funding post-Brexit: ITV

Paisley warns Tories over armed forces: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Unionists have to grapple with the middle-class tantrum over Brexit: The News Letter
Owen Polley

If losing Johnson or Gove is price of a Cabinet united over Brexit, it is one May should cheerfully pay: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

DUP councillor wears band uniform at Belfast City Hall meeting – Sinn Féin want answers: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

No plans' to re-name Robinson Centre despite Belfast council policy: Irish News

Belfast Ormeau residents hold protest over unionist flags in Ballynafeigh: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist bonfire set alight in Co Derry: Irish News
Connla Young

FBI darknet tip-off led to garda Semtex sting, IRA trial told: Irish Independent
Eoin Reynolds

Man jailed for keeping guns for dissident republicans: Irish News

Portadown car attack could have ended as "sectarian murder", police say: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Man used INLA to get brother to sign over family farm, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Birmingham pub bomb families – Meeting political leaders a positive step forward: Belfast Telegraph

Attorney General John Larkin rejects McGurk's Bar inquest request: Irish News
Connla Young

Grand Central Hotel a boon for Belfast area which suffered during Troubles (Jun 26): Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Unholy council row over Irish signs at cemetery: The News Letter

Unionist politicians out of touch on LGBT rights, says Beattie: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

BBC's Stephen Nolan 'proud to be British' but he'd support Republic of Ireland too: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Armagh GAA match airing online can be viewed in Northern Ireland says RTÉ: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'Remove royal statue for more parking' – Sinn Féin TD: Irish Independent
Ken Foxe

In Ireland, blasphemy can cost you $30,000. A referendum could change that. (Jun 13): Washington Post
Siobhán O'Grady

Our dislike of the English team – A faulty logic: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Scots Good Morning Britain fans' fury as Piers Morgan won't stop talking about England's World Cup win: Scottish Sun
Blair Meikle

Scots and Welsh ministers want Brexit papers before talks: BBC

Sinn Féin and SDLP urged to end 'one-sided' boycott of Israeli goods: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Wednesday, July 4

Northern Ireland instability to be discussed at Anglo Irish co-operation forum: Irish Examiner

Now the last remaining SF red lines must go (Jul 28): The News Letter
Editorial

Government doesn't believe UK will deliver progress on issue of Border: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Brexit talks CANNOT progress – Tusk says Irish border must be solved before UK can move on: Daily Express
Joe Barnes

May could be called out for delaying tactics on Irish border – Sinn Féin chief: The News Letter
Cate McCurry

'The border issue is about much more than trade and money' – Leo Varadkar: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

'Too much focus on Border question and not enough on Ireland/UK trade in Brexit talks' (Jun 26): Irish Independent
Claire Fox

Leo Varadkar 'trying to BULLY Britain' warn DUP – 'We CANNOT let him succeed': Daily Express
Laura Mowat

Brexit creates problem on Northern Irish border (Jun 26): NPR Illinois
Sam Beard

Unionists can't afford Northern Ireland to be seen as a place apart (Jul 2): The News Letter
Alex Kane

How is it with Brexit dealings that the DUP has learned nothing and forgotten nothing as well?: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

We should follow Peter Robinson's road map to unification (Jun 16): The Irish Times
Denis Bradley

Derry MP says Tories and DUP are prioritising 'toxic pact' over rights of NI citizens: Derry Now

White line picket on the Ormeau Road to highlight area's diversity and opposition to flags: Irish News

Derry MLA calls for cool heads and leadership after interface incidents in Bogside and Fountain: Derry Now

Society must cast sectarianism aside (Jun 26): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Lord Alderdice's parting shots (Jul 2): Belfast Telegraph

We didn't feed bonfire builders, say police after social media claims: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Man targeted by loyalist mob in Portadown still in hospital: Irish News
Allison Morris

Omagh bomb – Legal challenge delayed until February 2019: BBC

Walker Report published online: Irish News
Connla Young

Killing Haughey: Village
Joseph de Búrca

Mary Lou to mull list for Áras: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Higgins faces fight for a second term as SF set to pick candidate: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Fine Gael, Fianna Fáil row over which party is closer to Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Scope of legal challenge to A5 road project widened: The News Letter

Major new cross-border housing project to be launched to 'share experiences and embrace diversity in communities': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

The Irish Times view on the new Garda commissioner – An outsider takes the helm (Jun 26): The Irish Times
Editorial

Ex-RUC man's art draws on trauma of the Troubles (Jul 2): Belfast Telegraph
Greald Lennon

Catholic education in Ireland is in trouble. Can it survive the end of the "Baptism Barrier?": America Magazine
Carly-Anne Gannon

Penny Mordaunt – Same-sex marriage in Northern Ireland is in my in tray: ITV

£60k bill for two royal visits to Northern Ireland part of £4.7m cost of a globetrotting monarchy: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to visit Famine Memorial and emigration center in Ireland (Jun 26): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

'Abortion represents the killing of an innocent member of the human family' – Derry councillors split over motion calling for decriminalisation of abortion in the north (Jul 2): Derry Now

Northern Ireland one of 'most restrictive abortion regimes': AlJazeera.com
Alasdair Soussi

Tuesday, July 3

Wilson – Time for PM to play hard ball with EU over customs deal: The News Letter

DUP accuses Taoiseach and EU of trying to bully UK over Border: The Irish Times

Theresa May admits she hasn't cut a deal on Northern Ireland with the EU and it's time to 'urgently' speed up Brexit talks: The Sun
Hugo Gye

Irish border checkpoints could return, warns Labour: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – London calling for Tánaiste amid warning from DUP: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Ireland-UK trade 'more significant' than Brexit Border question: The Irish Times
Eoin Burke-Kennedy

No matter what Theresa May insists, there is no "Third Way" on the Irish border problem: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

'No blank cheques' for PM says DUP after May meeting: BBC

PM gives reassurance to unionists, but still no clarity on Brexit: The News Letter
Editorial

DUP leader dismisses intergovernmental conference as 'talking shop': Belfast Telegraph

47,000 injured in the Troubles risk becoming forgotten tribe: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Lord Alderdice denies criticising Alliance Party with 'bridge' remarks: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Why Saturday's neighbourliness between Orange Order and GAA members holds out hope for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

GAA and Orange Order exchange visits a welcome development: Irish News
Editorial

DUP's Stalford silent as own minister slams him for going to GAA Sunday game: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Arlene Foster at PinkNews event – Larger firms are fully welcoming, says Conor Houston (Jun 29): Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

DUP call on Republican leaders in Derry to 'get a grip' on its communities after petrol bomb attacks on the Fountain estate: Derry Now

Attacks on unionist Londonderry estate 'not by locals': The News Letter

Thousands take to streets of Belfast as the Somme parade passes off peacefully: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Glenanne Gang victim's family slam loyalist killer's tribute banner erected in Northern Ireland village (Jun 29): Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Pub bombings campaigners to meet Sinn Féin boss: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

30 years on – The Falls IRA blast that killed two civilians and a British soldier: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

The Irish Times view on Garda reform – Look outside (Jun 26): The Irish Times
Editorial

Varadkar – our Troubles 'insights' bolster Irish UN Security Council bid: The News Letter

The Irish Times view on the presidency – Higgins should set out his stall: The Irish Times
Editorial

Ex-cleric slams 'barbarians within the gates' of Church: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Varadkar meets EU leaders who learnt English in Ireland (Jun 26): The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

NI woman to tell Labour – We need change on abortion now: The News Letter

Say Nope to the Pope denies trying to stop people attending Dublin Mass: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Anyone but England? Northern Ireland World Cup fans split over backing Southgate's boys: Belfast Telegraph
Christine Carrigan

SNP's football law was a serious mistake (Jul 2): Sunday Herald
Editorial

Monday, July 2

DUP to meet PM after NI governance assurance: The News Letter

Jeremy Corbyn 'not interested' in NI – Baroness May Blood: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Alderdice says Alliance no longer building bridges – and slams Presbyterian Church's baptism ban: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Government gets the right man to run the Garda (Jul 1): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Why the republican narrative of nationalist hostility to policing is historical revisionism which must be confronted: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Doherty

Call for confederate flags in East Belfast to be taken down: Belfast Live
Joanne Fleming

Resident fears loyalist bonfire 'too close to homes': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'Tensions high' as second bonfire set alight: The News Letter
Carmel Robinson

Council admits it cannot fine groups who break bonfire policy: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Belfast man beaten by balaclava-wearing thugs after bidt to 'entice' victim outside: Belfast Telegraph

Nine CIRA accused to face trial in MI5 secret recordings case: The Cross Examiner

Foster and O'Neill to meet Birmingham pub bomb families: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Meeting is first step on important journey: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Police treating paint attack on Republican memorial as a 'hate crime': Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Annual Battle of the Somme Anniversary Parade in Belfast to 'honour all who fought from Ireland': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin absent from Somme anniversary event in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Second Trump pick for US Ambassador to Ireland drops out sparking Irish government alarm: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

First unionist Senator turned down Orange Order as teen: Belfast Telegraph

Reject bigotry, Foster asks Orange Order members on Scottish visit: The Irish Times
Eoin Wilson

Foster attending GAA match was 'retrograde step' insists minister: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Foster and the GAA – Sometimes reaching out is the beginning of a journey: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Arlene Foster accused of 'peddling nonsense' over bridge to Scotland: Irish News
Lynsey Bews

Architect welcomes DUP's call for Scotland-Northern Ireland bridge: The National (Scotland)
Kathleen Nutt

An NI-Scotland bridge is a fine idea, even if it is far into the future: The News Letter
Editorial

Moral ground moves but church must stand on the rock of Christ (Jun 28): The News Letter
Brian Kennaway

Catholicism to overtake Anglicanism in the UK: The Southern Star

Leo, those uppity women, and a right unholy row (Jul 1): Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Archbishop tried to prove a point unamenable to be proven: Irish Examiner
Terry Prone

Burning Mass tickets isn't part of the fight (Jul 1): Sunday Independent
Gene Kerrigan

Economist casts doubt on north's 'Heathrow dividend' (Jun 27): Irish News
Gary McDonald

Sunday, July 1

Gerry Adams calls for Irish unity referendum – 'We will persist and we will prevail': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin calls for 'tangible benefits' from governments' meeting: The Irish Times
Noel McAdam

Unionists are very divided but will need to co-operate amid so many huge challenges: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

There's a new sheriff in town – how former PSNI officer Drew Harris will change the gardai: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

"No promised land" for NI economy after Brexit, warns CBI: BBC

'The British seem to be in limbo land over Brexit': Sunday Independent
Ken Whelan

The Brexit poll which reveals how Britain views Northern Ireland (Jun 27): RTE
Feargal Cochrane

'Brexit will be a long-running soap opera': TheDetail.tv
Matthew O'Toole

Diplomatic silence as Dublin awaits US ambassador: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

Protestant residents targeted in petrol bomb attacks: The News Letter

Monument to IRA men killed by RUC attacked with paint in Co Armagh: Belfast Telegraph

Participants praised as Whiterock march passes off peacefully: The News Letter

Oliver Traynor, linked to Omagh bomb, bankrupted by tax bill: The Sunday Times
Colin Coyle

Derry court hears 'INLA' involved in Donegal land dispute after man appears on blackmail charge: Derry Now

Sinn Féin President tells Dublin Pride 'the North is next for marriage equality': Belfast Telegraph

DUP may be unable to block gay marriage bill, party leader says: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Arlene Foster at PinkNews event – Credit to DUP's Foster for again leaving her comfort zone: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

DUP leader Arlene Foster calls for Scotland-Northern Ireland bridge: News.Sky.com

DUP leader's calls for Northern Ireland-Scotland bridge dismissed by Scots political parties after Orange Walk event: The Herald
Peter Swindon

Michael Conlan shown fighting under British flag on BT Sport – and fans are not happy: Irish Mirror
Eamon Doggett

Reality Check – The Brexit challenge for Irish trade: BBC
Chris Morris

Spectre of Brexit leads to drop in Northern Irish students applying to Trinity: The Sunday Times
Nick Bramhill

President Higgins wants seven more years – but what's the point of a second term?: Sunday Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

Ahern – I'd never run against Higgins: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

Irish people being led into political stitch-up with Michael D Higgins and the presidency: Irish Mirror
Henry Mountcharles

Presbyterian college should be standing up for freedom of academics, not silencing them: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Mary McAleese criticised over 'incendiary' remarks on baptism: Irish Catholic
Colm Fitzpatrick

Saying nope to the Pope with such vehemence requires real fanaticism: The Sunday Times
Brenda Power

Defending the indefensible? Why the Catholic Church wants no talk of women's ordination: Sunday Independent
Sarah Mac Donald

The SNP's anti-bigotry law was a disaster from the beginning: Sunday Herald
Paul Hutcheon






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