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Saturday, July 30

Leading unionists dismiss Irish unity poll as 'irrelevant distraction': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Time not right for a border poll – Charlie Flanagan: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Brexit vote means agreeing a new Ireland: Irish News
Martin McGuinness

'70% of Ulster' wants to become part of a unified Ireland and back a historic border referendum following the Brexit vote, says new poll: Daily Mail
Anthony Joseph

Belfast Telegraph online Border poll – useful to gauge interest, but it's no forecast: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Sinn Féin left red-faced after IRA message hidden in Gerry Adams meme promoting united Ireland: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

'Any new frontier between Britain and the EU must be around Ireland – not across it': Tyrone Times

Britain moving towards a semi-detached relationship with Europe: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Hidden IRA message in Sinn Féin meme sparks spat with Dublin Fine Gael TD: Irish Post
Erica Doyle Higgins

UDA recruitment poster covered over: Irish News
Connla Young

Loyalists parade in Belfast to commemorate UDA leaders: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Loyalists flout rules in Belfast march glorifying UDA killers: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Contentious republican parade banned from Belfast city centre: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Fury as anti-internment march banned from city centre: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Loyalist band played at Roselawn Cemetery: Irish News
Connla Young

Damage to Irish signs around Park condemned by SF: Londonderry Sentinel

Pensioner living in Glasgow granted bail on charge of withholding information about IRA spy murder: The Herald

Troubles victims could be in line for pension pots, leaders confirm: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Government 'should pay legal bill for families of Birmingham pub blasts victims' (Jul 19): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Secret British Army camera used to spy on IRA on sale on eBay: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Jim Sands of the Ulster Unionist Party suspended after writing open letter saying he wished more Irish flags were burned: Irish Post
Pearse Corcoran

Female police officer kicked in the face in second attack in five months: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

BBC not commenting after Jim Wells announces plans to sue Stephen Nolan: The News Letter

Paul Frew – DUP MLA being sued by schoolgirl: BBC

No boost in support for Scottish independence despite Brexit, new poll finds: Daily Telegraph
Ben Riley-Smith

Thousands of independence campaigners on the march through Glasgow city centre: Scottish Daily Record

Battle to avoid hard Brexit is under way: The National (Scotland)
Michael Gray

Friday, July 29

Two-thirds would back a united Ireland if a referendum was held tomorrow, poll finds: TheJournal.ie
Michael Sheils McNamee

Look at Brexit as an opportunity – Adams: Irish Echo
Evan Short

Arlene Foster needs to see the bigger picture on Brexit: Irish News
Martin O'Brien

DUP opposition to Brexit forum purely parochial: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Theresa May will play the long game on Brexit: Irish News
Alex Kane

Brace yourselves – Brexit will take years ... and years: Irish Independent
John Downing

Protestants have marginally more faith in PPS than Catholics – figures: The News Letter

UDA work with us, but UVF aren't in a good place, says DUP MP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP's Durkan want agreed plan for bonfires amid fears councils lack will to tackle scourge: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The common good badly served by Orange Order: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

July seems so unfair: Belfast Media
Andrée Murphy

'Veiled threat' to Féile an Phobail staff is a 'sinister development': Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Printer caught selling counterfeit notes to suspected IRA man has sentence cut: Sunday World

Police appeal over sectarian attack in west Belfast: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Irish language signs damaged in Co Derry: ITV

School distances itself from governor who backed the burning of tricolours: Irish News
Connla Young

Denis Donaldson murder – man charged in connection with killing of spy: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Shocking moment New INLA man arrested in connection with Vinnie Ryan murder: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

Bail refused to hotel bomb accused: Derry Journal

Man accused of IRA membership released on bail: Sunday World

Colin Bateman hails 'result' as Paisley and McGuinness movie The Journey selected for Venice Film Festival: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Decision to show Bobby Sands film in Enniskillen 'divisive': Irish News
Gareth McKeown

I'm no threat, says first Catholic canon to take up ecumenical role at Belfast CoI cathedral: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Free Derry Corner 'should remain a living monument': Derry Journal

Corporation tax cut to cost Northern Ireland £500m: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

BBC's Nolan sued by Jim wells over gay 'child abuse' story: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Humphreys seeks lasting legacy from 1916 centenary: RTE

Fianna Fáil overtakes Fine Gael as most popular party as Labour still in the doldrums: Irish Mirror
Niall Moonan

Ireland's neutrality risks becoming a victim (Jul 25): Irish Examiner

Thursday, July 28

Sinn Féin cumann chairman repeats leadership contest call: Irish News

Brokenshire – I want justice for all, including victims of security forces' criminality: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

James Brokenshire – Handshakes and smiles as tourists meet 'nice man in a suit': BBC
Enda McClafferty

Ex-BBC Caldwell man to advise Secretary of State Brokenshire – reports: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Give more powers to Stormont, urges SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Do not 'relegate' victims, Troubles campaigner tells Executive: The News Letter

Clinton would seek talks on Brexit fallout if elected: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Brexit is the beginning of the end for Northern Ireland: New Statesman
Kevin Meagher

Do we really want to give Irish passports to all these Brits?: The Irish Times
Christopher Kissane and David Kenny

In post-Brexit era the rights sector has to change its ways: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Northern Ireland businesses being fleeced of thousands of pounds every month by paramilitary extortion gangs: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Belfast's Ardoyne parading talks to be resurrected: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

No terror trappings, warns Parades Commission over march in memory of killers: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Christie Robinson back in court for Adrian Ismay murder case: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Concerns voiced over length of UDA security operation in Carrickfergus: The News Letter

Row erupts in council chamber as members discuss motion aimed at promoting tolerance: Ballymena Times
Lorna McKay

PSNI refusing to comment further on Billy Wright poster in Dungannon: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Condemnation of 'sinister' UDA recruiting poster Posted: Ulster Herald
Ronan McSherry

Police Federation – Anyone found guilty of attacking an officer should be jailed: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Former Sinn Féin councillor and father charged over death threats: The Irish Times

'He's a very strong person' – Olympics-bound Saskia Tidey on father's IRA kidnap ordeal: TheJournal.ie
Paul Fennessy

Statue of Francis Ledwidge unveiled at Richmond Barracks: The Irish Times
Megan Mc Dermott

Belfast's St Anne's Cathedral appoints Catholic priest as canon for first time: BBC

'Trident spending exposes hypocrisy of Tories' – Brady: Newry Times

The Journey – Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness movie to debut at Toronto International Film Festival: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Peer facing 80p court case feels 'set upon' since bestiality row: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Why attacks on clergy and church property aren't just crimes... they are sacrilege: Belfast Telegraph
Martin O'Brien

Why the brutal slaughter of a French priest is a reminder of rank barbarism closer to home in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Anglo-Irish trade ties at risk as Theresa May put under pressure to leave customs union: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Cogley

British push to abolish customs union is 'madness': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Let's be thankful we jumped the sinking ship called Europe: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Talk of indyref2 is premature: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Wednesday, July 27

New NI Secretary – Perpetrators of Troubles crimes must face justice: Sunday World

Funds to tackle paramilitarism 'blocked by British government': Irish News
John Manley

No return to dark days of the Troubles: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

'Soft' border could be run by technology, says Kenny: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Former European Parliament president calls for rethink on hard border fears: Belfast Telegraph

The Border issue involves principles that matter to the UK and EU states: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Tory turmoil is why Theresa May can only waffle about border: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Pragmatic one day, dogmatic next – will real Theresa May please stand up? (Jul 20): Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

High-tech hard border no better than checkpoints: Irish Independent
Editorial

'Eurosceptic Sinn Féin like Saul on road to real goal of United Ireland': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

'Irish unity referendum needs to be on the agenda' – Murphy: Newry Times

Did Enda shoot from the hip on the reunification question?: Mayo News
Áine Ryan

UUP suspend election candidate Jim Sands after tricolour comments: Irish News
Connla Young

North Belfast – Disputed parades talks to resume: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Bonfire wrecked my home – I watched them build it, now I'm sitting watching men rebuild my gutted house: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

Controversial Billy Wright banner remains on display: Ulster Herald
Ronan McSherry

Dissident republicans blamed for latest punishment shooting: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

West Belfast mural row erupts over plans for destruction: Irish News
Connla Young

DUP anger as 'forces' removed from motion: Derry Journal

Two held in Ireland over murder of British spy Denis Donaldson: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Brothers' murder by loyalists to feature in Border Stories TV series: The News Letter

Hillary Clinton warned of bomb threat day before Bloody Sunday report was published: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

La Mon bomb widower Terry Lockhart dies at 72 in Asia: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

We Must Not Ignore the Rise of English Nationalism: Newsweek
Tim Oliver

It is stupid sectarian business as usual for the North's councils (Jun 2): The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Britain is more secure inside Europe than outside (Jul 26): The Irish Times
Suzanne McGonagle

Tuesday, July 26

Theresa May tries to ease 'hard border' fears on Northern Ireland visit: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Brexit means Brexit, Theresa May tells an unimpressed Martin McGuinness: The News Letter

Arlene Foster plays down Stormont divisions over Brexit: Irish News
John Manley

Theresa May does not represent North, says Adams: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Irish eyes are warily watching Brexit: CNBC
Catherine Boyle

Brexit to hamper policing practices: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Europe offers models for Northern Ireland border: Financial Times
Jim Brunsden

Ex-justice minister Ford among group set to mount legal challenge over Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Enda Kenny to prioritise trade in first talks with PM Theresa May: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

May wants a deal to suit whole of UK . . . not just the North: Irish Independent
John Downing

Three state union may be the answer to Brexit: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Not much sign of pulling together over Brexit uncertainty: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Bad luck, Martin McGuinness – Theresa May and Arlene Foster will ensure Brexit does not lead to a united Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Hard borders are a fact of life for those outside EU: The Scotsman
Editorial

Prime Minister's visit the right step at the right time: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Theresa May's visit to Northern Ireland is not in the least late: The News Letter
Editorial

Time to hit paramilitary criminals where it will really hurt... in their pockets: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Crimes targeting church property must be condemned: Irish News
Editorial

Church arsons are an attack on us all: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Man in his 20s shot by masked gang in West Belfast: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Gun attack in republican Belfast district branded 'shameful': The News Letter

Bonfire group hits back at poster claims: Portadown Times

Cops accused of hypocrisy over pallets: Belfast Media
Conor McParland

Controversial Billy Wright poster removed after two week row over murder boast: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Irish minister's tribute to UK diplomat murdered by IRA: The News Letter

Unionists remember victims of IRA's Black Friday bombardment of Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Football squad based near massacre site hail 'new dawn': The News Letter

Oscar winner plans film about UVF massacre of six men at Heights bar in Loughinisland: Belfast Telegraph

Jim Wells 'vindicated' after accuser admits fabrication: ITV

How Kevin Vickers caused headaches for Irish diplomats after manhandling protester: GlobalNews.ca
Patrick Cain

Business chiefs call for all-Ireland road network: The News Letter

NI waters too shallow to host subs, says Aiken in blow to Trident jobs plan: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Stormont should now move towards libel law reform (Jul 20): The News Letter
Editorial

Theresa May is preparing a Brexit fudge which will disappoint everyone: Daily Telegraph
Rupert Myers

Alex Salmond sets out prompt timescale for second Scottish independence referendum: The Independent
Jon Stone

Sturgeon – independence may be best for Scotland amid Brexit upheaval: TheGuardian.com
Libby Brooks

Monday, July 25

Gerry Adams – United Ireland is not the only option: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

United Ireland out of the question for more than a decade, Leo Varadkar believes: Irish Mirror
Trevor Quinn

Kenny and Martin are grandstanding about a united Ireland, says Martin Mansergh: TheJournal.ie
Darragh Peter Murphy

Theresa May visits Northern Ireland to insist border controls will not be erected after Brexit: Daily Telegraph
Laura Hughes

Irish Government plays down UK reports of Brexit deal: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Brexit set to face legal challenge in Northern Ireland: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Wider implications for Ireland of Brexit need to be brought into the open: The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

Theresa May makes intriguing appointment to NIO (Jul 23): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Over to Theresa May: Irish News
Editorial

All hail Caesar Adams... but his time at helm is almost over (Jul 24): Sunday Independent
Willie O'Dea

If Provos got rid of Semtex, why are we still discovering it? (Jun 24): Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Billy Wright poster row – PSNI 'removed Margaret Thatcher banner': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

PSNI must clarify position on offensive displays (Jul 21): Irish News
Editorial

Was Twelfth march missed opportunity for traders?: Ulster Star

Victims of Bloody Friday remembered at Belfast City Hall: Belfast Telegraph

People like the McGoldricks and Gordon Wilson the real heroes of Northern Ireland's fractured land: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Building bridges for peace in Scariff: Clare Champion

Extraordinary story of the ordinary GAA club that saw off an army (Mar 30): The Irish Times
Seán Moran

Warning that Brexit could make roaming charges higher: TheJournal.ie
Aoife Barry

EU Referendum online polling 'the gold standard' following accurate prediction (Jul 21): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Welcome to Drum – the only Protestant village in Republic of Ireland (Jul 20): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Ibec's €12bn cross-border infrastructure plan launched: Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan

School admissions bill fails to go far enough, say groups (Jul 7): Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Students are being forced to study religion, group claims (Jul 20): The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Children and parents will pay the price for Bruton's surrender to church power on the 'baptism barrier' (Jun 7): Irish Independent
Colette Browne

Cornwall votes decisively for Brexit – then seeks 'assurances' that it won't lose the £60million a year it gets in EU subsidies (Jun 24): Daily Mail
Flora Drury

Brexit – Welsh Leave vote a populist revolt against political elites (Jun 25): The Irish Times
Leighton Andrews

Unionists 'must present options for Scotland's EU future' (Jul 24): Sunday Herald

Sunday, July 24

Brexit impact assessment a waste of cash: Londonderry Sentinel

Ford blasts DUP 'hypocrisy' on EU farm funds plea (Jul 19): The News Letter

Enda Kenny and Micheal Martin's cavalier attempts at electioneering suit unionism very nicely (Jul 21): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Wise up and stop beating the tribal drum on unity: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

United Ireland is a lovely idea but public must choose between patriotism and empty pockets: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

Sinn Féin's southern progress is curtailed by party in north (Jul 23): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Adams must stay on as leader to keep Sinn Féin out of power: Sunday Independent
Mairia Cahill

Wise words of Isaac Watts ring true in these uncertain times: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Crumlin alert – Pipe bomb left on car in village: BBC

Secretary of State tells of 'sadness' after second arson attack on Presbyterian church: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Finlay calls on McShane to condemn Dervock bus attack: Coleraine Times
Claire Cartmill

Orange Order condemn band's bus being torched: The News Letter

Dervock Flute Band on parade 24 hours after 'hate attack': Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

After our son was murdered, my husband and I planned to take our own lives, but then God stopped us: Belfast Telegraph
Stephanie Bell

'The hunger strike terrorists' – The British press and the hunger strikes (Jul 5): The Irish Times
Roseanna Doughty

Fifty years after being jailed with Ian Paisley, I still sorrow at IRA man's death: The News Letter
Ivan Foster

Loyalist paramilitary mural reimaged: Lurgan Mail

Anniversary marks 10 years of peace building (Jul 19): McPherson Sentinel
Cheyenne Derksen Schroeder

Major changes in UK may destabilise North's economy (Jul 23): The Irish Times
John Fitzgerald

Irish language schools – Department finds funding for nurture units: BBC
Robbie Meredith

It's Time for Northern Irish Politicians to Stop Using Marriage Equality as a Bargaining Chip: Vice
David Gilmour

'It is one of my regrets that I left without a female Assistant Chief Constable coming behind' (Jul 11): Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Corbyn's call to Conor McGinn's dad would've been given short shift: Irish News
John Manley

Unite leader Len McCluskey – MI5 involved in 'dark practices' against the Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn: Belfast Telegraph

Bizarre McGinn episode has done damage to Corbyn camp (Jul 7): Irish News
John Manley

Brexit – never have so many men been so spineless in so short a time: Irish News
Allison Morris

Hollande's hand of friendship is very welcome but we should be wary too (Jul 23): Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Price of Brexit for Ireland is damaging fog of uncertainty (Jun 25): The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

What the Irish view of Brexit can teach us: The Hill
Bill Owens

Alan Cumming – 'Who's to blame for Brexit? Stupid. English. People.': Sunday Herald
Brian Beacon

Friday, July 22

Enda Kenny says no united Ireland vote in medium term 'or perhaps ever': Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Fine Gael minister Leo Varadkar says he will live to see united Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Unity Referendum 'must form part of Brexit talks' – MLA: Derry Journal

No appetite for Brexit return to watchtowers on Irish border, leaders say: Belfast Telegraph

Foster positive about common travel area continuing post-Brexit: ITV

We must keep open borders – Taoiseach: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Common travel area 'can't survive' Brexit – McGuinness: ITV

Martin McGuinness – Northern Ireland stands to lose millions in EU funding: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'E.U. result worse thing since partition': Derry Journal

Time to accept EU result, UUP tells McGuinness: The News Letter

Republic can be NI's voice on the inside of the EU, says DUP MP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Scotland, Wales and N Ireland could demand vote on Brexit terms: TheGuardian.com
Steven Morris

Foreign ministers think Ireland is set to leave the EU: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Donegal air and DUP don't mix when it comes to Brexit: Irish Independent
John Downing

Kenny contradictory on Brexit and border: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Controversial UDA-linked parade banned from main south Belfast road: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Ballycastle Twelfth fracas band has bus torched at hall: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Calls for Peace Bridge Curfew: Derry Journal

Billy Wright banner is symbol of a past we don't need: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

One in five in shadow of peace walls on anti-depressants: Irish News
Allison Morris

Lord Alderdice hails 'step change' plan to tackle paramilitaries: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'We will not allow hate to become acceptable': Derry Journal

Protestant church reaching out to neighbours across the peace line: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Slab Murphy has no chance of bail – judge: Irish Independent
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Bloody Sunday 'deal' claims 'not true': Derry Journal
Sean Mclaughlin

Conor McGinn – Corbyn plan to phone ex Sinn Féin cllr father 'ridiculous': Irish News
John Manley

Move on libel law reform, Nesbitt urges Executive: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Gay marriage on Isle of Man now leaves NI more isolated, claims campaigner: The News Letter

Enda Kenny to arrange Nama meeting with Mick Wallace: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

King loyal to his party's conservative base: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Louth facing Brexit fallout: Dundalk Argus
Francis Carroll

Newry human rights lawyer (24) wins prestigious award (Jul 8): Irish News
Gareth McKeown

School admissions bill – Time to tackle the baptism barrier (Jul 11): The Irish Times
Editorial

The pilgrims' progress that puts EU poll in perspective (Jun 25): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Beyond the rhetoric, Ireland and Germany are in the same boat and need to trade with UK: Irish Independent
Ralf Lissek

President Hollande's friendship and hope (Jul 22): Irish Independent
Editorial

Why it's time to accept the fact that Brexit may never actually happen: The Independent
Jim Edwards

Fine Gael MEP warns of potential disintegration of EU (Jul 20): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Scotland on the brink of independence, says SNP's Westminster leader: Daily Telegraph
Auslan Cramb

We cannot afford to be an unloved backwater within an unloved backwater (Jul 12): The Herald
Fiona Rintoul

Friday, July 22

Leo Varadkar claims border poll could undermine relations with North: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Talk of Border poll 'silly right now', says SDLP leader: The Irish Times
Declan Conlon

Dodds welcomes Secretary of State's rejection of calls for border poll: Newtownabbey Times

Unionists in Northern Ireland tell us why they are still happy to stay in UK post Brexit: Irish Post
Kylie Noble

Why Enda Kenny's lack of respect to Arlene Foster over all-Ireland talks on borders is contemptible: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

I gasped at the bad timing of Kenny's ill-judged musings about a border poll: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

Now is not the time to talk about Border polls: The Irish Times
Colum Kenny

Hoping to see a united Ireland? Time travel is a lot more likely: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Leaders to hold Brexit talks at British-Irish Council summit in Cardiff: Belfast Telegraph

Margaret Ritchie – The new PM must accept NI's pro-Remain majority: The News Letter

Hollande agrees on special status for Border: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy and Suzanne Lynch

Make Cross of St Patrick Northern Ireland's flag, says Tory as unity poll row rages on: Belfast Telegraph
Jack Maidment

Political leaders come and go but Gerry Adams clings on: Irish News
Alex Kane

Blueprint on paramilitary crime far too weak – Ford: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Paramilitary action plan critics 'throwing mud' says Claire Sugden: BBC

Society must push on towards removing terrorist influence: The News Letter
Editorial

Belfast efforts to stop Catholic kids from mimicking loyalists bonfires: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Evan Short

New South Belfast mural tells the story of family fighting in both Easter Rising and The Somme: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

'Limavady Loyalists won't be cowed on flags': Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

Billy Wright banner – Police stance 'adds further insult to grievous harm': Belfast Telegraph
Laura Abernethy

PSNI say Billy Wright banner 'hate incident' but not 'hate crime': Irish News
Connla Young

Belfast hammer attack victim's brother is loyalist 'supergrass' accused: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Man arrested in connection with murder of Vincent Ryan: Irish Mirror
Robert Hynes

Man jailed after being caught transporting a gun for the 'New INLA': Herald.ie
Ken Foy and Sonya McClean

Attacks on bilingual signs 'idiotic and futile' – Ó Muirí: Newry Times

855 ex-soldiers quizzed over Troubles deaths in 'politically-driven witch-hunt': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

DUP MP – McGuinness should be more even-handed on Troubles inquests: The News Letter

Soldier suspected of teen's killing 'also plotted to kill Gerry Adams': Irish News
Connla Young

Director Brendan J Byrne on new Bobby Sands doc 66 Days (Jul 21): Irish News
David Roy

Belfast war memorial close to republican plot nominated for listed status: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Important film about Bobby Sands, and why everyone should watch it: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

First Minister Arlene Foster – 'I can sing Fields of Athenry very well': Belfast Telegraph

Collapse in sterling is 'two-edged sword': Fermanagh Herald
Roisin Henderson

Cross-border fund invests £1m to tackle youth crime: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Report recommends Northern Ireland libel law reform (Jul 20): The News Letter

Irish-American Gerry Adams associate Peter King is Donald Trump backer: Irish News
John Manley

Attorney General – No Scottish veto over Brexit: BBC

A question of nationhood (Jul 5): The Herald
Rosemary Goring

Britain's lasting legacy to the EU – English (Jul 19): The Irish Times
Donal Carey

UK's loss of EU rights and obligations has wide consequences (Jun 28): The Irish Times
Colm Keena

Thursday, July 21

Brokenshire tells Commons – No need for border referendum: The News Letter

Ex-Labour chief calls for London and Dublin to jointly run North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Irish reunification is best idea around post Brexit- SDLP leader says: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Vote on presidency for North's citizens could be 'catalyst' for united Ireland: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Enda Kenny's comments show he has given little thought to Irish unity: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Enda Kenny, Irish unity & Brexit – getting past the phoney debate: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Will a return to the pound be the price of Irish unity?: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

No zeal for Irish unity despite Kenny's call: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Enda Kenny needs 'space' to negotiate best Brexit deal for Ireland says Fine Gael MEP: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Common Travel Area with Republic 'a priority' says NI secretary Brokenshire: BBC
Stephen Walker

Could the cross of St Patrick be a flag of unity for Northern Ireland?: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

'Secretary of State role must go' – Murphy: Newry Times

Belfast Peace Wall 'good riddance' message to Theresa Villiers: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Cabinet audit – what does the appointment of James Brokenshire as Northern Ireland Secretary mean for policy?: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

After 33 years is it time for Gerry Adams to go away, you know?: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Is Gerry Adams an asset or a hindrance to the Sinn Féin project?: Irish News
John Manley

'Troubles' legacy – McGuinness to push for release of inquest funding: Derry Journal

The BBC and the hunger strikes (Jul 6): The Irish Times
Robert Savage

PSNI logs 40 reports of incidents at Twelfth bonfires: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Fury as Narrow Water massacre memorial attacked: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Parachute Reg. flag hoisted in Waterside 'provocative' (Jul 15): Derry Journal

Peace Bridge curfew calls following further drunken sectarian rampage: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

South Armagh police appeal for witnesses after 'sectarian hate crime': Newry Times

Man arrested over dissident activity in Lurgan released: ITV

Half of planned European terror attacks mostly linked to Northern Ireland: The News Letter

Terror Threats – Europol chief does not foresee border poll or the reunification of Ireland sparking trouble in North: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Police chief says loyalist killer Billy Wright Cappagh banner 'won't offend everyone' and PSNI must attempt to achieve balance: Belfast Telegraph

Solicitors for Tony Taylor take legal action amid claims vital medication was withheld: Irish News
Connla Young

Concerns raised over Electoral Office plans to roll out online registration in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Calls for Irish passport office in Northern Irelan: Newry Times

Border shops hoping weak pound will see trickle from Republic becoming a flow (Jul 18): Belfast Telegraph
Mark O'Regan

'Mobile phone users will suffer from Brexit' – Fearon: Newry Times

Remain peer's plea to listen to Leave side of EU debate: The News Letter

UK gives up planned presidency of European Council to focus on Brexit: Irish Independent

Ireland's newspaper commentators wonder at the outcome of Brexit: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

What does Brexit mean for Ireland?: Ottawa Citizen
Terry Glavin

Now is time to plan for it – Post-Brexit world: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Tory Davidson urges Theresa May to have 'positive engagement' with Scotland (Jul 12): BBC

Alex Rowley says Nicola Sturgeon has right to call new independence vote: The Herald
Daniel Sanderson

Rangers fans angry after Siri says club is four years old: BBC

Wednesday, July 20

Border poll could be part of 'visionary' talks around Brexit: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Minister says border poll 'issue for communities of Northern Ireland': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Campbell dismisses border poll calls: Londonderry Sentinel

Enda Kenny's remarks on potential border poll are 'foolish' and 'mischievous' – DUP MP Ian Paisley Jnr: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Gerry Adams – Republic must now move towards referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Uncertainty over NI border may aid terrorists – SDLP MP: The News Letter

After Brexit, Northern Irish politics will again be dominated by the border: The Guardian
Ian McBride

Border poll – NI Parties are divided over Enda Kenny's comments: BBC

Enda Kenny's remarks on potential border poll are 'foolish' and 'mischievous' – DUP MP Ian Paisley Jnr: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Brexit increases chance of a united Ireland – Adams: The News Letter

Secretary of State represents nobody here – McGuinness: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Now Northern Ireland jumps on Brexit-bashing bandwagon and calls for re-united Ireland: Daily Express
Simon Osborne

Kenny comment on Border poll aimed at Europe, not North: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Stress on peace and the border seen as better approach to UK-EU negotiations: Irish Independent
John Downing

There is momentum for change following Leave result: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Brexit both an opportunity and a threat for SF: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Arlene Foster needs to listen to Martin McGuinness on Brexit: Irish News
Brian Feeney

The Border poll call re-surfaces: The Irish Times
Editorial

A nation once again? Well, maybe some day: Irish Independent
Editorial

Adams – No truth in five-year retirement plan: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Senior Sinn Féin figures back Gerry Adams's leadership: Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Féin missed its chance to usurp Fianna Fáil – now it faces serious challenges south of the Border: Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

Sinn Féin's poll slide raises questions for Gerry Adams: BusinessPost.ie
Hugh O'Connell

Tackling paramilitarism – NI Executive sets out £50m plan: BBC

Peace IV fund to benefit projects 'within weeks': ITV

Rural DUP theft victim declares – We unionists are going nowhere: The News Letter

UUP condemns plans for UDA commemoration in Belfast: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Flaming Twelfth as bonfire wreaks havoc on homes (Jul 16): The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

PSNI response to Billy Wright poster row dubbed 'disgraceful': Irish News
Connla Young

Dissidents in 'talks' on new anti-agreement party: Portadown Times

Police investigating after Narrow Water memorial vandalised: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Man arrested in Lurgan by police probing dissident republican activity: Portadown Times

Man jailed after being caught transporting a gun for the 'New INLA': Herald.ie
Ken Foy and Sonya McClean

Ex-para who may face court over IRA man's death slams justice system: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

UK vote leads to spike in applications for our visas: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Brexit will require change in Government spending: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brexit to be challenged in High Court in October: Irish News
John Aston

Brexit boosts support for Welsh independence, poll finds: The Independent
Jon Stone

We might not like it but we have to abide by the Brexit vote: The Herald
Rosemary Goring

Why a radical new Act of Union could resolve the UK's political crisis: Belfast Telegraph
David WB Burnside

To preserve the Union, we might have to go our separate ways: Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

Tuesday, July 19

Brexit talks should include United Ireland, says Kenny: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Adams welcomes FF call on Irish border poll: ITV

Kenny opens up Pandora's Box on North that could have seismic effect: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Brexit – Taoiseach says UK must not be isolated: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Brexit – Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness to talk to David Davis: BBC

Martin McGuinness issues Brexit warning to new NI Secretary: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Brexit fallout affecting Ireland more than any other EU country: The Independent
Dara Doyle and Marc Champion

Public bemusement greets James Brokenshire on his first engagement in Belfast: Irish News
John Manley

First call by a Sinn Féin official for Adams to resign as leader: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Sinn Féin TD says Adams may not be leader by next election: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Martin McGuinness defends leadership of Gerry Adams: Irish News
John Manley

Loyalists plan march in Belfast to glorify UDA killers: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Call for tolerance and peacefulness: Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

Twelfth disturbance – McShane to take legal action: Ballymoney Times

Warder murder accused took part in Ardoyne anti-parade protest: Belfast Telegraph
Sarah Henderson

Storey calls for full investigation in McShane's actions: Ballymoney Times

Departments still silent on DUP minister lighting bonfire: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Jackson calls for unionist leadership after Parachute Regiment flags appear in Waterside: Londonderry Sentinel

Flag theft at Newry republican monument: Newry Times

Belfast bomb parts accused 'has multiple IDs': The News Letter

Why the changed political battleground is now about gaining control of the past: Belfast Telegraph
Graham Spencer

Pub bombings – inquest funding bid is being considered – Home Office: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

It's past time-to-go time, Enda – political life is unfair and brutal (Jul 18): Irish Independent
John Downing

Irish Politics – A study in instability: The Irish Times
Editorial

'I used to throw rocks at people on the Falls Road, now I pray with them': Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Demand for birth certificates for Irish passport applications soar: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Scottish independence 'fast approaching' after Trident vote, SNP's Angus Robertson claims: The Independent
Alexandra Sims

'Transfer thousands of Trident jobs to Ulster': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Trident vote guarantees Scotland will chose independence, says Navy whistle-blower William McNeilly: The National (Scotland)
Greg Russell

Ex-SNP leader Gordon Wilson says Yes Scotland should be resurrected: BBC

SNP's summer independence drive to launch 'within weeks' despite Brexit: The Herald
Daniel Sanderson

Which Brexit Will May Choose?: Foreign Affairs
Matthias Matthijs

Bastille Day horror – To the French, Nice attack is like the poppy day bomb in Enniskillen: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Monday, July 18

Brexit – Fianna Fáil leader hopes vote will encourage Irish reunification: BBC

Micheál Martin backs Taoiseach's Brexit proposal: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

DUP support is not essential in post-Brexit dialogue – Martin: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

SF insists Brexit is not a done deal: Fermanagh Herald
Roisin Henderson

Brexit vote – NI first minister says 'whole of UK is leaving EU': BBC

Border between Republic and Northern Ireland difficult issue says UK's Brexit minister: Irish Examiner

Ireland is the passenger in the Brexit car crash (Jun 30): The Irish Times
John Fingleton

Brexit crisis needs new Irish forum: Irish News
Editorial

Enda Kenny and Gerry Adams under pressure to step down as party leaders: Irish Mirror
Paula McEvoy

Gerry Adams will be allowed to choose his time to go: Irish News
Chris Donnelly

Discussions under way to set up new anti-agreement republican party: Irish News
Connla Young

Kris Hopkins – New NIO minister survived two IRA attacks: BBC

There are times when we seem to be led by donkeys: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Reckless side to loyalist bonfires: Irish News
Editorial

Hillsborough solicitors back pub bombings inquest legal aid plea to new Home Secretary (Jul 15): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Man learns of loyalist death plot by reading Loughinisland report: Irish News
Connla Young

MP to challenge BBC over funding for Bobby Sands film: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Martin playing the long game – Restoring FF to prominence: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Nama head lodges complaint about Frank Cushnahan (Jul 13): Irish News
Claire Simpson

Kenny says A5 funds in doubt due to Brexit: Londonderry Sentinel

Finance Minister visits Narrow Water Bridge site (Jun 22): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Disappointment for Irish language schools (Jun 29): Irish News
Editorial

Irish is a living language that safeguards Ireland's soul (Jul 6): The Irish Times
Pol O Muiri

A Bright Star in Ireland's Sad Religious Prognosis (Jun 6): Catholic World Report
John P. McCarthy

How schools' baptism barrier can be removed without breaching Constitution (Jun 23): The Irish Times
Conor O'Mahony

New start Theresa May deserves settling in period: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Sturgeon – Second independence referendum could be next year: BBC

I'd prefer Scotland doing an Estonia than being dragged out of the EU by Brexit: The Herald
Kenny MacAskill

Nicola Sturgeon needs to keep Scotland in the EU. But how? (Jun 24): The Guardian
Lesley Riddoch

No real reason to open second indyref debate (Jun 25): The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

Nicola Sturgeon dismisses Angela Eagle's claim that Scotland is comparable to Liverpool or London: Independent on Sunday
Jacob Furedi

Police step in after SNP deputy leadership contender targeted by sectarian hate: The Herald
Daniel Sanderson

Kashmir has clear parallels with Ireland, Spanish Basque and Quebec: Kashmir Monitor
Dipankar Gupta

Sunday, July 17

SF grassroots call for Adams to 'get off the stage' and step down: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Brokenshire to make strong case for North (Jul 16): Irish Examiner
Editorial

New man James Brokenshire has chance to make a difference (Jul 15): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

David Cameron – Departed prime minister's role in Northern Ireland politics: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Cameron's stance on NI caused consternation – but made Stormont more stable (Jul 15): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Cameron's reign good and bad for the north, says economist: Irish News
John Manley

Online petition service to give the public a voice at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

At the Belfast Field, strong support for UK's vote for Brexit: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

'Battle not the bottle' still work in progress on the Twelfth despite encouraging signs (Jul 13): Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Castledawson Twelfth – Call for Protestants to stop watching and start marching: The News Letter

Loyalists don't need lectures in bigotry from those liberals who gleefully demonise them: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Illegal cigarettes easily available in rural Cork areas (Jul 16): Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

New Garda-PSNI task force targets Provo smugglers: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

INLA Godfather faces internal war as dissidents cash in on gangland feud: Sunday World
Nicola Tallant

New PM urged to act over legal funding for Birmingham pub bombings victims (Jul 13): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Unionists outraged as public money used to fund film about Bobby Sands' IRA hunger strike: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Sinn Féin quiet on McGuinness 'Provo medal': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Rathlin's tongue-in-cheek bid to unite with Scotland in wake of Brexit 'disaster' (Jul 12): Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

Should the people of Rathlin Island join Scotland and remain in the EU? (Jul 13): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Can we commemorate 1916 and the Somme together? (Jul 16): The Irish Times
Richard Kearney

Should the Irish State hold the copyright to Amhrán na bhFiann? Fianna Fáil thinks it should (Jul 11): TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

Quietly the price of peace in Northern Ireland examined (Jul 11): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cahir O'Doherty

Boris Johnson cultivates 'bumbling clown' image, says Alliance's Long (Jul 14): BBC

Healing division in schools – the lessons from Ireland (Jul 12): The Guardian
Louise Tickle

Scotland is in a strong position to block Brexit, says Nicola Sturgeon: Independent on Sunday
Tom Peck

Opportunity now for UK and EU to build a better relationship (Jul 1): Irish News
Alex Kane

The hard work for independence is now beginning: Sunday Herald
Editorial

Can Theresa May save the UK? (Jul 14): New Statesman
Editorial

Saturday, July 16

Gerry Adams – Sinn Féin leadership is up for discussion: BreakingNews.ie

Gerry Adams told to step down by Sinn Féin cumann chairman: Irish News
John Manley

Calls for Adams resignation from within Sinn Féin are 'unprecedented': Irish News
John Manley

New Secretary of State 'doesn't want to see a return to border of the past': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

New NI secretary – Finances and Troubles legacy are priorities: The News Letter

DUP's Donaldson hails new Secretary of State Brokenshire: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

British cabinet reshuffle: 'Theresa Villiers will be no loss'- says Martina Anderson: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Villiers' input will not be missed says Mid Ulster Sinn Féin MLA: Mid Ulster Mail

Rather than being apathetic, Villiers was implementing Cameron's central policy: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Council backs motion for Border Poll on united Ireland: Leitrim Observer

Theresa May – border controls very probable: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Sinn Féin lawyers to challenge Brexit: Ulster Herald
Leona O'Neill

British government 'on collision course' with EU, says McGuinness: RTE

Lord Kilclooney calls on Ireland to exit the EU to protect border towns such as Dundalk: TakoftheTown.ie

MP explains voting both for and against Brexit motion: Fermanagh Herald
Roisin Henderson

Ambassador – no side deal with Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Colm Kelpie

Case against Rasharkin residents spokesman Sean Hanna dropped: Irish News
Connla Young

A peaceful Twelfth means a peaceful north Belfast: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Finlay raises McShane Twelfth incidents with Local Government Commissioner: Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

Orange Master in call for fair parading laws: Portadown Times

Sinn Féin man calls for 'zero tolerance approach to bonfire hate crimes': Newtownabbey Times

"I felt like I'd been punched" – Alliance candidate on seeing his election posters on bonfires: Larne Times

Priorities of minister under spotlight (Jul 14): Irish News
Editorial

Catholic family's car torched in Ballycastle: Irish News
Connla Young

Two held as coffee jar bombs found in Belfast flats: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Tony Taylor not to face charges: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Pub bombings – a difficult and emotional task ahead (Jul 1): Birmingham Mail
Christopher Stanley

Tributes paid after British Army shooting victim dies: Belfast Media
Conor McParland

Football boss thanks ex-PM over Bloody Sunday probe: Belfast Telegraph

Meet new boss at Stormont, who's joining a list of mandarins on £120,000 a year: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

7,045 locals joined the June rush for Irish passports: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Rise of 'New Politics' totters on the brink of something terrible: Irish Independent
David Quinn

More than half of British people believe the UK will not exist in ten years, new poll finds (Jul 14): The Independent
Caroline Mortimer

Theresa May tells Scotland – You've had your vote on independence: The Herald
Daniel Sanderson

Theresa May suggests Brexit delay as she says no Article 50 until Scotland gives go-ahead: Daily Telegraph
Laura Hughes

No one wants indyref 2, says Scottish Secretary David Mundell: Scottish Daily Record

New Act of Union proposed to 'stabilise' UK post-Brexit: The Scotsman

Leavers couldn't have done a better job destabilizing Britain: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

England's Last Gasp of Empire (Jul 12): New York Times
Ben Judah

Why the United Kingdom will not leave the European Union: London Free Press
R. Michael Warren



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