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Monday, July 31

DUP says Varadkar's latest Brexit intervention is 'pure politicking': Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Border row overshadows Taoiseach's Northern Ireland visit: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Tensions between DUP and Taoiseach as border issue looms large: Irish News
Allison Morris

Perfect Brexit storm is gathering and north is glaringly exposed: Irish News
John Manley

'Just what is going on in Dublin?' asks DUP of Irish statements on Brexit: The Irish Times
Harry McGee and Amanda Ferguson

Post-Brexit borders may bring £1bn bill: Irish Examiner
Lucy Meakin and Eamon Quinn

Brexit is turning into a nightmare divorce with Ireland stuck in the middle: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Brexit and the Irish Border dilemma: The Irish Times
Editorial

Brexit border confusion must be cleared up: Irish News
Editorial

Sinn Féin says Executive can only be restored if 'rights are implemented and agreements honoured': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

It is possible to identify as both British and Irish and that is an awkward truth for Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

IRA flags in north Belfast 'wrong and unwanted': Irish News
John Monaghan

Call for 'transparency' over Belfast council bonfire injunction: The News Letter

Police investigating reports of sectarian graffiti: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Paramilitaries put price on head of sneak thieves who burgled teams during match: Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Unheard victims and Peace Process dissenters to be focus of new project (Jul 5): Derry Journal

Ten years since end of Operation Banner – and start of Helvetic: Irish News
Connla Young

45 years on, the people of Claudy gather to remember nine victims of IRA atrocity: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Claudy survivor – I don't think we will ever get justice: Londonderry Sentinel

Relevance of Ireland at issue in US amid echoes of peace process (Jul 29): The Irish Times
Suzanne McGonagle

Our pub was bombed twice in the Troubles, reveals betting tycoon: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland's segregated schooling system senseless and huge waste of cash, says Dunbar: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Uniformed officers in Pride parade 'shows how far Belfast has come': ITV

Survey – Voters polarised on same-sex marriage, Brexit, an Irish Language Act in Northern Ireland (Jul 28): Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

'Peroxide' minister Canon Mark Watson makes apology to congregation: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Anniversaries of revolutionary period will be fraught, says Martin: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Irish Protestants 'must feel free to talk about their past': The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Mayors at odds as attendance at event sparks protocol row (Jul 30): Sunday Independent
Wayne O'Connor

Armed Guards – an unavoidable response to heightened threat (Jul 30): Sunday Independent
Tom Brady

Brexit may not be dead yet but it is certainly unwell: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

Sunday, July 30

UK government 'not in the right mental space' over border: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Phil Hogan disappointed by pace of Brexit negotiations: BBC

Ireland must be tough to avoid being sold out in Brexit deal (Jun 27): The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

An Irish Sea border would damage British-Irish relations: The Spectator
Pádraig Belton

Our patience with UK on Border has run out (Jul 29): Irish Independent
Editorial

Ireland and the EU – recasting the European project (Jul 28): The Irish Times
Editorial

'Don't ever give up on peace' (Jul 29): Derry Journal
David Latimer

Stand by for Blair-era talks in a stately home (Jul 29): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Poll results not likely to worry MLAs (Jul 28): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Further battles still lie ahead if equality is to be achieved in Northern Ireland politics (Jul 28): Belfast Telegraph
Colum Eastwood

Landmark ruling gives hope to those who have waited 40 years for justice (Jul 29): Irish News
Allison Morris

As judge rules police blocked proper probe into Glenanne Gang, the cries of the victims for justice continue to echo (Jul 29): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Judge delivers indictment of PSNI in Glenanne case (Jul 29): Irish News
Editorial

Nostalgia – It was damnable, damnable, says Claudy GAA stalwart and councillor on 20th anniversary of bombings: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Warrington bomb victim's dad tells of touching call from Princess Diana: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Memorial Mass for Lady Mountbatten: Sligo Champion

Investigator "100 percent sure" stolen art from legendary heist is in Ireland (Jul 12): CBSNews.com
Seth Doane

What sort of Ireland might we have had if conflict had not happened? (Jul 29): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

'Now is the time to heed Billy McConville's plea for justice': Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Fulfil Billy McConville's dying wish and compensate abuse victims, brother says: The News Letter

Peter Robinson's surprise comments on abuse victims get broad welcome (Jul 27): Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle and John Manley

It's difficult to tell whether Peter Robinson is having a go at his successor or flying a flag on her behalf (Jul 27): Irish News
John Manley

Not for the faint-hearted – A day in the life of Dublin's new armed guards: Sunday Independent
Mark Condren

Newbuildings lands to be vested for A5 this year: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Will Brexit push up the cost of an Ulster Fry? (Jul 25): Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Break from the Border turned Carlingford into a boom town: Sunday Independent
Kim Bielenberg

Gaelscoileanna to provide faith classes for a variety of religions (Jun 12): The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Easter Rising cannot be considered a 'just war' leading moral theologian (Jul 29): The Irish Times
Barry Roche

2020 Census could be an opportunity for America's Irish: Irish Echo

£20,500 Uefa fine makes Celtic total £230k in 10 years: The Scotsman
Stephen Halliday

Let us rule our England with an English parliament: Sunday Express
Frank Field

'This is the ultimate slap in the face' Former soldier lost his legs in Afghanistan but English hospital will no longer treat him because he's Scottish (Jul 28): Scottish Daily Record
Stephen Stewart

Saturday, July 29

British government rules out moving Border to Irish Sea after Brexit: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Irish Sea border 'utter madness' – DUP's Donaldson rubbishes Dublin Brexit proposal: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

'Ireland will not design a border for Brexiteers' defiant Leo Varadkar hits out: Daily Express
Ross Logan

Paisley, Tebbit and Trimble all savage idea of Brexit border in the sea: The News Letter

Leo Varadkar and Simon Coveney should 'go away' and 'calm down' over border solution – David Trimble: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

DUP will use Westminster influence to block Irish Sea border proposal – Nigel Dodds: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Coveney says there is 'no proposal' for Irish Sea border: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan and Vivienne Clarke

Only solution for Irish border will be UK remaining in EU single market – Jonathan Powell: Belfast Telegraph

Bertie Ahern says there is no possibility of Ireland leaving the EU – 'We're mad, but we're not that mad': Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn and Colm Kelpie

Varadkar's comments on Brexit are a sharp message to London: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy and Mary Minihan

Taoiseach must halt scare tactics and focus on co-operation: Belfast Telegraph
Jeffrey Donaldson

'Love Actually' turns sour as Leo opts for an 'Ireland first' Brexit strategy: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Ireland may fancy its chances outside the EU: Daily Telegraph
Liam Halligan

British lack of co-ordination on Brexit 'beggars belief': The Irish Times
Patrick Logue

US politician with local links criticised for praising former IRA leader: Banbridge Leader

Union fears Belfast council staff 'collateral damage' of bonfire disputes: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Games without frontiers for youngsters at Belfast Interface event: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Belfast council to approve removal of material from nationalist bonfires: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'Sinister' Sinn Féin plot to ban all bonfires in Belfast: The News Letter

Bonfire motion 'Sinn Féin cultural supremacy': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Loyalists flout parading rules in Belfast march honouring UDA men: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

UDA parade peaceful but media 'shoved': The News Letter

People behind IRA flag in North Belfast accused of trying to "intimidate": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Arson attack in village was 'sectarian hate crime': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Royal Marine 'forced to pretend to have republican sympathies', court hears: Belfast Telegraph

Walk-out at Sinn Féin man comments 'not enough': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP and unionist councillors united in protest over Enniskillen bomb remarks: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

DUP calls for Sinn Féin council chair to quit after walkout over Enniskillen bomb comments: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin Chairman Stephen McCann – 'I'll be Chair for all' says SF Chairman after DUP, UUP and SDLP walk out: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

SF council chair should condemn bombing or go now: The News Letter
Editorial

Glenanne gang – Judge questions state's commitment to investigating alleged collusion: Belfast Live
David Young and Shauna Corr

Victim's daughter calls for independent investigation into Glenanne without further delay: Irish News
Allison Morris

Victims' calls 'fall on deaf ears': The News Letter

Series of commemorations planned to mark 36th anniversary of INLA hunger striker Kevin Lynch: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Gardaí killed in 1980 bank robbery in Co Roscommon remembered: The Irish Times
Ciara McCaughley

New Irish language pre-schools to open in Armagh and Toome: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Poll – Only 29% oppose reform of abortion laws in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

£4.8m spent to educate Republic of Ireland students in NI: BBC
Robbie Meredith

Hollywood actor Jack Reynor's mother thrown out of Sinn Féin: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Britain told it does not own Lough Foyle: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Wales will use its devolved powers to fight a Brexit power grab from Westminster: New Statesman
Carwyn Jones

Uefa hit Celtic with £20,500 fine for 'illicit' Green Brigade banners and blocked stairways during Champions League clash against Linfield: Scottish Sun
Rebecca Gray and Ben Archibald

Irish in Britain should show solidarity with Muslims: The Irish Times
Kylie Noble

Friday, July 28

Ireland wants a SEA border with the UK as minister rips up Britain's proposal for high-tech customs checks along Northern Ireland frontier after Brexit: The Sun
Neal Baker

Irish want sea border with UK after Brexit: The Times
John Walsh, Henry Zeffman, Patrick Maguire, Oliver Wright

Brexit – Fresh fears for Irish border over free movement ending in 2019: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Anderson welcomes Barnier GFA pledges: Derry Journal

Home Office's lack of action on post-Brexit Border 'is shocking': The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan

Clarity needed on Brexit arrangements: Irish News
Editorial

Sinn Féin must be prevented from using veto of fear over peace process: The News Letter

Sinn Féin's united Ireland 'not safe' for unionists – war hero Beattie weighs into twitter row over 'our soldiers': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

US politician 'spinning a McGuinness myth': The News Letter

Unfortunately, I think politics is heading towards a very bad place: Irish News
Alex Kane

Down and out SDLP mowed down by 'tribal juggernaut' (Jun 27): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Britain First – Far-right party are to speak at Belfast rally: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Belfast anti-terror rally 'does not promote dangerous ideology': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Belfast rally featuring far-right leaders to take place close to planned republican parade: Irish News
Connla Young

'I trust the people of Belfast will treat Britain First with the contempt they deserve': Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Swann calls for more police patrols around Orange halls: The News Letter

Belfast City Council calls special meeting to discuss bonfires: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Increased resources urged for police after Orange hall attack in Cloughmills: The News Letter

Terror Marine Ciarán Maxwell 'suffered PTSD after 2002 attack': BBC

Royal Marine Ciaran Maxwell had bomb parts delivered to late grandmother's home, court told: Belfast Live
Scott D'Arcy

Memory of murdered mum to fore as campaigning son makes same final journey: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Council walk-out over Stephen McCann Enniskillen bomb comments: BBC

Alleged IRA bomber interviewed by gardaí over Birmingham blasts: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Angry pub bombing families boycott new inquests: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Brid Rodgers to lead civil rights movement commemorations: Belfast Telegraph

Concert to commemorate hunger strikes: Galway Advertiser

A homage to 'The Beloved Community' (Jul 19): (from the Irish Echo)
Sean McManus

That time Bono went to war against the IRA (Jun 28): New York Post
Hardeep Phull

Irish News columnist branded "bitter" by Orange Order's David McNarry (Jul 26): Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Brexit push for Irish votes in Britain: Irish World

Irish Language Commissioner received record complaints last year (Jun 27): The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caolla&iacut;

Scotland receive £4,000 fine from Fifa for booing God Save the Queen: BBC

Outrage as 'Irish terrorism' mural appears in English seaside town: Irish Post
Aidan Lonergan

Controversial mural is painted over: Essex Echo
Kirsty Hough

Lessons from Northern Ireland (Jun 8): National Review Online
Noah Daponte-Smith

Thursday, July 27

Brokenshire insists differences over Northern Ireland Executive 'relatively small': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Allister calls for implementation of direct rule – but 'not by stealth': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Why I'm still optimistic that Stormont parties will reach agreement: Belfast Telegraph
Christopher Moran

No return to hard borders says NI Secretary of State James Brokenshire: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cahir O'Doherty

North should get special EU status, says Gerry Adams: The Irish Times
Suzanne McGonagle

We could lose out as divided Tories led by lame duck PM May go back to war over Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Irish language act a 'political necessity', Alliance MLA says: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Arlene Foster will back Irish language act, claim activists: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF are using Irish language as weapon in a cultural war: The News Letter
Robin Swann

Gerry Adams uses Washington meeting to challenge James Brokenshire on bonfire 'silence': Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Féin has been accused of trying to "eradicate" bonfires: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Talks to avert repeat of bonfire at Northern Ireland flyover fail as youths pile up material: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Senior Sinn Féin man says unionists should be funded to learn about culture – and STOP burning bonfires: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

DUP's Christopher Stalford meets residents of bonfire-damaged flats: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Orange Order rejects former chaplain's 'sectarian' claim: The News Letter

UDA parade on Belfast's Ormeau Road – remove paramilitary trappings says DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Contraband cigarettes and tobacco seized during loyalist paramilitaries probe: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Royal Marine with Irish Republican links built bombs used in dissident attacks: Daily Telegraph
Martin Evans

Dissident Marine Maxwell's target list included PSNI bases and power stations in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Henry Vaughan

Sinn Féin top spenders for Assembly elections but polls taking toll on parties' finances: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Police Ombudsman launches informer tape probe: Irish News
Connla Young

SF mayor urged to apologise after addressing rally for jailed dissident: The News Letter

High Court to decide whether to extradite wanted Belfast man over murder of David Black: Irish Independent
Alison O'Riordan

McManus raises UVF McCord murder: (from the Irish Echo)
Evan Short

London Supreme Court to hear case for inquiry into Pat Finucane murder: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Families boycott new Birmingham pub bombings inquests: Birmingham Mail
James Rodger

Corry on trial over IRA bombing of Army base in Germany: BBC
Damien McGuinness

Enniskillen bomb memorial to be unveiled on 30th anniversary of IRA attack: The News Letter

Money for Troubles memorial wall raised three years early: Belfast Telegraph
Stephanie Bell

Son of 'Disappeared' Jean McConville brought his family back together, funeral told: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh and David Young

I'm Irish too you know – UTV's Paul Clark hits back in Gaelic after Sinn Féin's O Donnghaile's 'our' soldiers jibe: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Support for UTV's Clark after Sinn Féin criticism: The News Letter

Sinn Féin seeks to take seats back from three councillors amid row: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Sinn Féin MP Brady to travel to South America to oversee elections as international observer: Belfast Telegraph

Government ban on petrol and diesel cars 'pie in the sky' – Wilson: The News Letter

Wednesday, July 26

Brokenshire – Government considering new tactics ahead of powersharing talks: The News Letter

Brokenshire to brief George Mitchell and top Congress officials during visit to US: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Seamus Mallon accuses DUP and Sinn Féin of 'failing' Good Friday Agreement: BBC

Sinn Féin dismiss Seamus Mallon claim that Stormont's big two parties have 'failed' the Good Friday Agreement: Irish News
John Manley

Jeffrey Donaldson says Sinn Féin has excluded itself from funding decisions: Irish News
John Manley

Bill of Rights is only platform on which to build sustainable government: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

Today the DUP, tomorrow the Democratic Islamist Party: The Irish Times
Simon Berthon

Northern Ireland parties spent £150k on election – Sinn Féin biggest spender: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Stormont parties' poll spending 'less than half of previous election': The News Letter

DUP need to wake up to dire consequences of British Brexit chaos: Irish News
Brian Feeney

US politicians and Irish-Americans attend Martin McGuinness Mass: The Irish Times
Suzanne McGonagle

McGuinness a 'funny kind of Christian' – IRA victim's sister: The News Letter

Loyalists to march in mixed communities to commemorate UDA men: Belfast Telegraph

Top Presbyterian says Orange Order is sectarian – DUP slams claim: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Presbyterian minister in 'careful words' call following Orange Order 'sectarian' row: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Top Orangeman's message of respect ignored amid howls of criticism: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Orange Order member McNarry lifts lid on 'ride the goat' ritual for new recruits: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Anger as Orange banner stolen from hall: The News Letter
Russell Keers

Sectarian attacks on Orange halls continue: Belfast Telegraph
Christine Carrigan

Derry Sinn Féin mayor wears chain of office to rally for dissident republican: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Councillor claims he challenged police over drug dealers: Irish News
Connla Young

Ombudsman throws out Scot's claims of racism and ill-treatment by police: The News Letter

Court hears "belief evidence" of Chief Supt that accused man was IRA member: Sunday World

High court judgment 'breakthrough' on collusion: Irish News

Claudy families still craving justice as they prepare to honour the dead: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Claudy bombing is the forgotten atrocity – victims: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

The hero taxi drivers on the night of the Birmingham Pub Bombings: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Funeral for victims' campaigner William (Billy) McConville to be held tomorrow: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Northern Ireland political deadlock 'could scupper key A5 project': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Social Media – Journal readers react to Orange Order R.I.P. stance: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Orange Order shoots itself in foot with 'RIP' furore: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Former Sinn Féin MLA criticises party leader on abortion: Irish News

Life-time ban for Linfield fan who sang Super Rangers at Celtic tie: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Saddened Celtic boss Brendan Rodgers appeals to Green Brigade to keep politics away from Parkhead: The Herald
Matthew Lindsay

Sinn Féin cancels meeting with Israeli politicians: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Claim that RUC-trained Sri Lankan unit massacred family-of-10 to be probed: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Tuesday, July 25

Mary Lou McDonald backs Gerry Adams to remain at summit of Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin and Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Michelle O'Neill – Unacceptable for Tory and DUP MPs to make funding decisions for north: Irish News
John Manley

How politicians both north and south can stop Irish language being a weapon in SF's arsenal: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Making up the numbers – a Fianna Fáil-Sinn Féin coalition: The Irish Times
Editorial

Victims families will 'fight on' (Jul 5): Belfast Telegraph
David Young

UK business leaders 'sceptical' about high tech Border: Irish Independent
Sarah Collins

Michelle, how is it 'respectful' to taunt victims in rebel songs (Jul 20): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Vote of no confidence against Chairman Stephen McCann?: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Loyalists plan march in mixed area of Belfast to honour UDA killers: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sandy Row bonfire a dispiriting reflection of unionism: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Orange Order condemns weekend attacks on two halls: ITV

Call for immediate release of Derry man Tony Taylor: Derry Journal

Special branch men claim officers working for drug dealer (Jul 24): Irish News
Connla Young

Sinn Féin to raise police corruption claims 'at highest levels': Irish News
Connla Young

Londonderry sectarian attacks could reverse decades of progress – DUP: Londonderry Sentinel

'Rise in sectarian attacks' in park near Peace Bridge: ITV
Gareth Wilkinson

Billy McConville will be remembered as a 'courageous' campaigner for abuse victims: Irish News
Allison Morris

Douglas Murray – 'Yes, Bloody Sunday Inquiry was worth it ... what was the alternative?' (Jun 26): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Orange Order members told 'ditch RIP on social media' (Jul 24): Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Failure of leadership has brought us an Ireland of inequality and division (Jul 22): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

North involved in transporting water to Republic after thousands in Louth and Meath affected by supply crisis: Irish News
Deborah McAleese

Abortion funding move underlines Tory self-interest (Jul 5): Irish News
Jim Gibney

Former Presbyterian Moderator Morrow slams Republic's abortion proposals (Jun 8): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Stella Creasy 'received Jo Cox-style death threat from anti-abortion activist' (Jul 6): London Evening Standard
Kate Proctor

Former Presbyterian Moderator Morrow slams Republic's abortion proposals (Jun 8): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Why do we still have the Troubles, ancient battles and weary hatred in our football? (Jul 20): The Herald
Neil Cameron

Why Scotland must act as an independence nation (Jul 2): The Herald
Neal Ascherson

Independence in the EU will catch Sturgeon out – people don't want either (Jul 21): The Scotsman
Keith Howell

Monday, July 24

Gerry Adams denies he will step down as Sinn Féin leader in autumn: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Gerry Adams interview – Big decisions needed on which road to take: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Gerry Adams in US visit to highlight fears over hard border: Belfast Telegraph

Can Trump save the Northern Ireland peace process? James Brokenshire flies into DC for talks on the impasse that has left devolution in pieces: Daily Mail
Kate Ferguson

James Brokenshire to meet Donald Trump administration over Stormont deadlock: Belfast Live
Deborah McAleese

Don't be fooled by Adam's US 'peace' visit, teen pleads: The News Letter

Unionism will need to counter SF propaganda in US: The News Letter
Editorial

Micheál Martin criticises Sinn Féin and rules out future coalition: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

'Irish in court? You would need a rainforest and an army of staff' (Jul 3): The News Letter

PLATFORM – Patsy McGlone SDLP: Irish News
Patsy McGlone

Native Irish speakers regard the zeal of the converted as more harmful than useful: The News Letter
Pádraig Standún

Policy on the hoof and a dead horse strategy (Jul 23): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Preserving peace in Ireland after Brexit: Financial Times
Tony Barber

Tory Environment minister Gove meets DUP but 'cancels' on Sinn Féin: Irish News

Allister – We must act before terror bail leads to tragedy: The News Letter

Police Ombudsman fears budget cut could radically reduce role: Belfast Telegraph

Police Ombudsman releases video on your police stop and search rights (Jun 28): The News Letter

'Special Branch' informer tactics revealed: Irish News
Connla Young

Band accused of playing "sectarian songs" in Newry reject Charlie Casey's comments: Newry Times

Anger after Belfast man is shot twice in the legs: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Paint bombs thrown at Orange Hall in Co Antrim: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

'Wake me in middle of the night,' Bill Clinton told David Trimble: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Flattery, persuasion and arm twisting – Bill Clinton's peace process phone calls: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Why without the RUC there would never have been a peace process: Belfast Telegraph
William Matchett

Pain never goes away, says brother of IRA Hyde Park bomb victim: The News Letter

Hyde Park relatives in justice plea: Belfast Telegraph
Ryan Hooper

She held no animosity – Remembering Patricia Knatchbull: RTE
Tommie Gorman

Son of Disappeared victim Jean McConville loses cancer battle: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

East Belfast UVF mural replaced with images of football stars: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Peace is the winner at interface games (Jun 7): Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Cross-border trade won't be affected by Brexit, says Gove: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Halleron

Kinahan-Hutch feud edges into Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Labour joins backlash against rape clause being rolled out in Northern Ireland: The Independent
Rachael Revesz

Nationalists should be careful what they wish for: The Herald
David Torrance

Tamil widow blames RUC for training team she says killed her family: The Irish Times
Phil Miller

Sunday, July 23

Direct rule looms as Tories confirm £1bn is not dependent on working Northern Ireland Executive: Belfast Telegraph

Michelle O'Neill faces backlash from SDLP and UUP leaders over swipes in Belfast Telegraph article (Jul 21): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Why is Coveney stirring Stormont pot? (Jul 20): The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Coveney needs a crash course on the real peace process: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Tough times for James Brokenshire: Irish News
Editorial

Strabane has unfinished business 20 years after ceasefire (Jul 19): The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Time for Sinn Féin to take Westminster seats and fight Tory Brexit: Irish News
Tom Collins

Any 'special status' for Northern Ireland would see Irish Sea becoming the border (Jul 19): Belfast Telegraph
Jim Nicholson

It's vital our voice is heard in Brexit talks (Jul 19): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Paramilitary-style shootings continue to haunt the North (Jul 20): The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Families of IRA Hyde Park bomb attack victims hold march: BBC

SF talk about equality but glorify IRA barbarity: The News Letter
Trevor Clarke

Ulster teens thank American Legion: Alliance Review
Cheyanne Gonzales

Top comedians to put on a class act in aid of integrated education in Northern Ireland (Jul 21): Irish Post

Post Tory-DUP deal, Northern Ireland's economic outlook has not improved: Sunday Guardian (New Dehli)
Peter Probert

Belfast peace wall removal opens up fresh social vistas (Jul 21): The Irish Times
Vicky Cosstick

Why 'think before you tweet' should be golden rule for NI's politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Powersharing crisis 'threatening mitigation payments to welfare claimants' (Jul 19): The News Letter

Brexit – 'Ideological crap about sovereignty and taking back control': The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

The bad dream that is Brexit can't stand too much reality: Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

EU citizenship confusion post-Brexit (Jul 22): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Softening pain of Brexit for Ireland: Sunday Independent
Editorial

Leo Varadkar's appointment as Taoiseach gives Fine Gael dramatic boost in the polls: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

NI's old enemies must start listening to Jesus: Belfast Telegraph
Walter Lewis

Stop moaning and work to build a Church people want to be part of (Jul 21): Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

Sacramental preparation does not belong during regular school day (Jul 19): The Irish Times
Daniel Faas

Ulster Unionist Party slams Green Brigade for 'sickening' banner at Champions League clash with Linfield (Jul 20): Scottish Sun
Laura Murray

Linfield pursue redress from fans after Celtic disturbances: The Scotsman
Angus Wright

Crying "traitor" at Yessers who vote Labour won't help the independence movement: The Herald
Angela Haggerty

Coexistence projects are key to building peace (Jul 19): Jewish News
Joan Ryan

Saturday, July 22

Beattie – 'Troubles pension should be included in talks': The News Letter

SF idea of rights and equality is a pretext to attack NI's place in the UK: The News Letter
Owen Polley

Devolution the big loser as Brokenshire re-allocates Stormont cash: Irish News
Newton Emerson

IRA ceasefire – cementing a hard-won peace: The Irish Times
Editorial

D.C. tribute to Martin McGuinness: Irish Echo

Bertie Ahern warns of 'big danger' facing Border areas post Brexit: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

There's still time to change your mind! Irish ambassador BEGS UK not leave single market: Daily Express
Aurora Bosotti

Controversial nationalist bonfire in north Belfast removed from site near flats: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Calls for Derry peace bridge to be closed at night because of sectarian attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Unionist fears of 'bad old days' in Londonderry: The News Letter

Bogside bonfire talks 'should not be left to last minute': Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Threat from towering bonfires is a serious concern: Irish News
Editorial

The fault lies not with the Parades Commission but with Dunloy Lodge: The News Letter
Brian Kennaway

Man shot in both legs in 'brutal and horrific' North Belfast attack: Belfast Live
Chris Sherrard

Man seriously injured and car torched in 'brutal' attack: ITV

Facebook appeals £3,000 award to flag protester over online comments (Jun 13): Irish News

Estate agent Philip Johnston will be remembered fondly despite UDA allegations, former colleague insists: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

North's politicians are leaving human rights to the courts (Jul 19): The Irish Times
Les Allamby

PSNI's Chief Con given October 1 deadline to disclose alleged collusion files: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Empey on 45th anniversary – 'Bloody Friday was text book terrorism': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Sinn Féin squirm as hypocrisy over Manchester and London attacks is laid bare for everyone to see (Jun 8): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Aggressive SF bid to rehabilitate IRA is at the heart of divisions: The News Letter
Editorial

Northern Ireland man denies 'arranging' car crash: Belfast Telegraph
Tim Healy

DUP's Tory deal funds 'need to be quickly translated into construction projects': The News Letter

Brexit question over new ferry crossing must be resolved swiftly, executive says: Belfast Telegraph

Ireland is mission territory, and the Church needs a leader rather than just an onlooker: Irish Catholic
Patrick Treacy

Tourism boost as new cross-border ferry sets sail: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland's politicians are more remote than ever... and I blame the Americans (Jun 8): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Draft Stormont can only dream of sucking diesel (Jun 9): Irish News
William Scholes

Regina Doherty accuses TD of making 'cheap' claims over blogger case: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil must act to fix crisis of confidence in our gardaí (Jul 19): Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit likely to threaten cross border funding (Jun 24): Dundalk Argus

More than a million Irish face UK mobile roaming risk (Jun 24): Irish Independent
Adrian Weckler

Irish Republican march in Airdrie set to bring travel disruption this weekend: The Herald

Celtic close GB section for next two home games after paramilitary banners controversy: The Herald
Alison McConnell

Friday, July 21

Conservatives suggest £1billion isn't dependent on Stormont reforming: Belfast Live
Deborah McAleese

DUP's Sammy Wilson calls for 'straight answer' from Brokenshire over allocation of £1bn secured in Conservative deal: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Wilson – 'Sinn Féin happy to stall on £1bn funding injection': The News Letter

£1bn DUP cash will be spent with or without Executive – Sir Jeffrey Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

DUP's Poots speaks Irish as he blasts Sinn Féin 'recklessness' on language Act: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Sinn Féin challenge DUP to 'call its bluff' as Edwin Poots tempers his language on Irish: Irish News
John Manley

Irish campaigners warn against 'paper exercise' over language act: The News Letter

Don't use Irish language as a 'political weapon', Minister tells MacGill: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

New twist to Troubles pensions saga: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Band instrument grants 'will not resume without NI executive': BBC
Robbie Meredith

Executive could be in place quickly, it wouldn't take much for that to happen: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle O'Neill

Brexit – More detail needed on Good Friday Agreement impact, says Barnier: BBC
John Campbell

'Flexible and imaginative' approach to Irish border needed, David Davis says: Belfast Telegraph

Free movement to continue 'for at least two years after Brexit': The Irish Times

'Brexit no-deal would be chaos for the North': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Half in, half out – EU territories 'show the way for Northern Ireland': The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Brexit talks – an acrimonious divorce looms: The Irish Times
Editorial

Brexit group pens letter to Tillerson: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Abuse victim 'exploded' when Mary Lou 'smirked and sneered' at her in Dáil: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Sammy Wilson slams SF councillor's anti-DUP tweet: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

New Lodge – Material removed from bonfire site: BBC

SF says bonfire next to Belfast flats 'not wanted and dangerous': Belfast Telegraph
Christine Carrigan

Bogside bonfire talks 'should not be left to last minute': Irish News
Seamus McKinney

McDonald – 'Burning of McGuinness effigy on loyalist bonfire was a hate crime': TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

DUP's Emma Little Pengelly offers to meet residents of bonfire-hit flats: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sandy Row residents want houses built on bonfire site: The News Letter

George Gilmore murder accused refused bail: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

UDA-linked Belfast estate agent Philip Johnston found dead at his home: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

'Sectarian gang' filmed brutal Londonderry park attack on phones, says victim: Londonderry Sentinel

Irish government urged to intervene in case of US man held 'hostage' in North over wife's refusal to be British: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

SDLP leadership backs rally for release of dissident paramilitary: Londonderry Sentinel

Q. How do we know Gerry Adams tried to break out of Long Kesh? A. He wrote about it: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Questions are piling up over the Birmingham pub bombings: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Event marks 35th anniversary of Hyde Park IRA bomb: The News Letter

Hyde Park bomb relatives welcome Corbyn letter but add he has much to prove: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Orangemen warned to 'reject Rome' and not use RIP on social media: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

UEFA charge Celtic with three offences including illicit banners during Linfield clash: The Herald
Alasdair Mackenzie

Fuming Celtic chiefs blast Green Brigade ultras over "illicit" banner during Linfield clash as club are hit with 12th Uefa fine in six years: Scottish Sun
Ben Archibald

Sectarian singing and pro-IRA banner display at Celtic match to be investigated by police: The Herald
Stacey Mullen

Linfield and Celtic fined by UEFA over Windsor Park incidents: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Belfast bigot who sang 'F***** b*******' at Celtic game to 'face wrath of his wife' after court fine: Scottish Daily Record
Ashlie McAnally

Thursday, July 20

McGuinness could have avoided North's political stalemate, Poots says: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Warning NI 'just drifting along' as Brokenshire revises budgets: The News Letter

MacGill Summer School – Brexit has exposed 'false construct' of Border: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SDLP's Eastwood defends diplomat who called for Ireland to leave EU: Belfast Telegraph

MEP says Irish in UK should be able to elect MEPs post Brexit: BBC
John Campbell

DUP will play its part to promote NI's case in Brexit negotiations: Belfast Telegraph
Diane Dodds

Democratic verdict of the north has to be respected as well: Belfast Telegraph
Martina Anderson

EU and UK 'singing off same hymn sheet' on Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Northern Ireland's divisions run deep, but we are no tinderbox awaiting Brexit match: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

We need a devolved administration fully engaged in the Brexit debate: Irish News
Editorial

Families of Hyde Park IRA victims hail 'backing from Jeremy Corbyn': The News Letter

I liked and admired Corbyn on our trip to El Salvador but we disagreed on IRA: The News Letter
Chris Hudson

There are signs the DUP and Labour are developing closer links: Irish News
Simon Doyle

DUP slams Gerry Adams' bid to quash prison escape bid verdicts: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

BBC NI accepts error in reporting 'Maze' over 'Long Kesh': Irish News

Gerry Adams is still a rebel with a cause (Jul 15): Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Sinn Féin strategists under pressure to come up with a new big plan: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Sinn Féin and Westminster – Time for party to finally move on: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Junk dumped on green area in North Belfast ahead of 'internment bonfire': Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Fears over 'anti-internment' bonfire near Belfast flats: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

After peaceful Twelfth, trouble at Windsor Park a stark reminder of sectarianism still in our midst: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Bonfire-hit apartment residents given assurances damage won't be allowed to happen again: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson and Cate McCurry

DUP absent from meeting over flats damaged by Belfast bonfire: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP's Emma Little Pengelly hits back at criticism of her bonfire response: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Council admits mistake but says bonfire injunction still valid: The News Letter

Rally to demand release of Tony Taylor: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Damien McLaughlin – lawyer claims risk of inhumane treatment if extradited over Black murder: Irish News

I did not sneer at Cahill, insists Sinn Féin deputy after minister's claims: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

20th anniversary of landmark 1997 IRA ceasefire: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Crime Commissioner and minder "hid in doorway" to avoid me says pub bombings campaigner: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Birmingham bomb victim's brother has no faith in Hayes police probe: The News Letter

Case of Michael Hayes shows limitations of any truth and reconciliation process: Irish News
Allison Morris

Theresa May voices support for same-sex marriage in North: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Third of Republic's hotels see fall in cross-border trade: Belfast Telegraph

Irish passport rush – demand jumps 50% since Brexit vote: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

State's Irish language strategy is 'dead horse', says Senator (Jul 19): The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Scotland and Wales formally call for funding boost after DUP deal: The Guardian
Frances Perraudin

Sectarian banners unfurled at Celtic Park after cops form human barrier during Celtic's Champions League qualifier against Linfield: The Sun
Rebecca Gray and Alex Terrell

The Guardian view on Scotland's indyref2 – Sturgeon has faced reality (Jun 27): The Guardian
Editorial

Wednesday, July 19

Gerry Adams to appeal convictions for prison escape attempts: BBC

'Take your seats at Westminster' – Former Irish Ambassador urges Sinn Féin to end 102-year abstention and swear allegiance to Queen : Irish Post
Aidan Lonergan

Border friction as UK/Irish joint approach unravels?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Brexit is 'already damaging political stability in the North': The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit talks with devolved ministers must be more effective, peers warn: Belfast Telegraph

Polish artist to set off from Muff on unique Brexit border project: Derry Journal

Brexit – Support for a second EU referendum is growing, finds poll: The Independent
Ashley Cowburn

Preserving peace in Ireland after Brexit: Financial Times

Irish government is north's best defence against DUP's disastrous Brexit: Irish News
Brian Feeney

People deserve transparency over Brexit arrangements (Jul 18): Irish News
Editorial

Time's running out to recognise victims: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

King condemns 'bigotry' behind McGuinness effigy: Irish Echo

Belfast council did not place injunction notices at bonfire sites: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

UUP fined for failing to declare £12,000 of Assembly election spending: The News Letter

MP should know that bonfire damage to apartments is about the rule of law, not about insurance: The News Letter
Paula Bradshaw

Bonfires must not become the new battleground for the intolerant: Irish News
Jim Gibney

The root cause of anti-Catholicism in North (Jul 12): (from the Irish Echo)
Sean McManus

Flying of Para flags alongside Union Flag and Ulster Banner a provocative bid to 'raise tensions': Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Willie Frazer returns to Dundalk to confront Gerry Adams – or did he?: TalkoftheTown.ie

Why Republican dissidents have not – and will not – go away: The Irish Times
Richard English

John Paul Wootton moves off republican wing at Maghaberry: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Londonderry is the actual name of the city and the county: The News Letter
Editorial

DUP claims Sinn Féin is 'attempting to use Bloody Sunday victims for political advantage': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Birmingham pub bombings – Police request BBC's IRA suspect interview: BBC

Ex-RUC officer tells of bond with Martin McGuinness, the man who tried to have him killed: Belfast Telegraph

Enniskillen families 'want Cenotaph plaque removed' (Jun 27): Impartial Reporter
Jonathan Rainey

Actress Joanna Lumley to join the Dalai Lama in Derry for Children in Crossfire event: Belfast Telegraph

Court hears landowners rights not taken into account in North-South connector decision: Irish Independent
Tim Healy

Ireland's abortion regime to be scrutinised by British politicians: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Ireland has 'significant' human rights gaps: Irish Examiner
Joe Leogue

Priesthood crisis is 'caused by hostility' (Jun 7): Irish Independent
Sarah MacDonald

DUP branded 'hypocritical' over Tory public sector pay cap: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

What's the point of Ruth's Tory MPs? 'Zero influence' claim as DUP bags £1bn (Jun 27): The National (Scotland)
Kathleen Nutt

Celtic left stunned by UEFA's decision to charge Leigh Griffiths for "provocation": The Herald
Neil Cameron

Linfield fans buzzing ahead of trip to face Scottish champions Celtic: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Tuesday, July 18

'Sinn Féin is trying to exploit Brexit' – FF: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Gerry Adams challenges Fianna Fáil leader Micheál Martin to 'get serious' on Irish Unity: Derry Now

Unionist 'culture act' proposal unacceptable to nationalists: Irish News
John Manley

Irish lobby group says counterpart's estimates for cost of legislation are too low: Irish News
John Manley

It is about time unionists called Sinn Féin's bluff over its demand for new human rights legislation: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

A Bill of Rights is an underhand political project (Jun 26): The News Letter
Editorial

Middleton laments Donegal senator's 'over-reaction' to use of 'Londonderry' on Irish State map: Derry Journal
Niall Deeney

New electoral map of Northern Ireland is truly disturbing, but life here is more complex than just two tribes (Jun 13): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Tory-DUP agreement – Derry must get 'city deal' (Jun 27): Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Sinn Féin councillor calls on residents to sue fellow councillors and Belfast City Council after bonfire debacle: Irish News
John Monaghan

Complaint by SF councillor hits a sour note with loyalist band: Belfast Telegraph

Sandy Row residents hit out at DUP MLA Christopher Stalford over response to bonfire: Irish News
John Monaghan

Council probing three Belfast bonfire injunction breaches: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Resident's of Sandy Row apartment block still in the dark over bonfire repairs: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Pioneering new mindset could enhance the Twelfth: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Unionists could do with learning more about history they celebrate: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Orange Order must build on peaceful Twelfth and move forward: Irish News
Martin O'Brien

Belfast police catch pallet thieves and return items to business: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Stolen pallets 'destined for anti-internment bonfire': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Protester wrestled by ambassador apologises to avoid criminal record: Irish Examiner
Tom Tuite

Pengelly tells of online abuse as peer warns of 'tipping point': Belfast Telegraph
Jack Hardy and David Young

MPs call for IRA Birmingham bomb maker to be extradited to Britain: Irish Post
Aidan Lonergan

The 169 people injured in the Birmingham Pub Bombings: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Would CIA allow this scrawny malevolent coward to walk free? (Jul 13): Wolverhampton Express and Star
Rob Golledge

The former IRA man who became a peacemaker: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Curtain rises on policing the Troubles: Irish Examiner
Colette Sheridan

Galliagh, Derry city – portrait of a post-ceasefire area: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

DUP-Tory deal putting English patients' lives at risk, says MP doctor: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – Coveney says 'tech alone will not solve border issue': BBC

Tory Brexiteer says Irish no fonder of Brussels than Britain is: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Europe's concern for Ireland is sincere, but solutions less clear (Jun 26): Irish Independent
Sarah Collins

UK still in denial over what is required for Brexit: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

NCA told to end nine-month silence on Project Eagle probe: Irish News
John Manley

Commemorating 1919-23 will be much bigger challenge than 1916 – historian: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Celtic striker Leigh Griffiths faces UEFA charge for provoking Linfield fans: The Herald
Alasdair Mackenzie

Linfield vows to ban louts who marred Celtic game as club faces fine: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Scots cops in warning over hate crime and disorder ahead of Celtic v Linfield after ugly scenes at Belfast match: Scottish Sun
Matt Coyle

Police Scotland work with PSNI ahead of Celtic's Champions League clash against Linfield at Parkhead: The Herald
Stacey Mullen

Monday, July 17

Irish language groups reject unionist 'culture act' proposal: Irish News
John Manley

Irish language act a vehicle to hollow out our Britishness – Allister (Jun 27): The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Moderate advocates of Irish language act should turn their ire on pro-Gaelic hardliners, not on reasonable sceptics (Jul 8): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Gaeilge and Ulster Scots – or the Gulag: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Billion-pound question – Can Northern Ireland parties come to some sort of agreement? (Jun 27): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

This DUP deal turns the tables on Gerry Adams (Jun 28): The Times
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Compulsory Irish has failed in the Republic, at huge cost to taxpayers (Jul 8): The News Letter
Robin Bury

Rebuilding of arson-hit Orange Order hall under way: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Quality of debate and analysis needs to improve (Jul 7): Irish News
Denis Bradley

Anger over "blatantly sectarian songs" played on the streets of Newry: Newry Times

The Twelfth is now over, so it's time to move along: Irish News
Tom Kelly

A realistic speech about the Order's need to make alliances (Jul 3): The News Letter
Editorial

Gary Haggarty case could 'destabilise' the UVF (Jun 28): Irish News
Connla Young

TD's concern for men who 'tried to kill PSNI officer' (Jun 27): Belfast Telegraph
Ruaidhri Giblin

Fake Birmingham apology is part of the IRA's twisting of history (Jul 15): The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Life in south Armagh – 'It was the GAA that kept me out of IRA': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Martin McGuinness, cricket and the republican prisoners known as 'Long Kesh MCC': The News Letter
Alistair Bushe

Begrudgery of Bono may also mask toxic tribal agendas (Jul 16): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Poll – Should Ireland consider hosting the 2022 Commonwealth Games? (Jul 14): TheJournal.ie
Cormac Fitzgerald

BPAS withdraws abortion fees for Northern Irish women (Jul 3): The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Conflicting abortion decisions show we live in unpredictable times (Jul 4): Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Leo Varadkar to invite royals William and Kate to Ireland: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Catholic parents lash out at Martin school comments (Jul 11): Irish Independent
Sarah MacDonald

Republic stands to win big on Brexit uncertainty: Irish Echo
Michael Curran

Political will to reform bloc – Britain can still remain in EU: Irish Examiner
Editorial

With Brexit on a knife-edge Scotland and Wales may yet call the shots (Jul 16): Sunday Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Grand Orange Lodge rage over media coverage but refuse to apologise for Hitler costume photos: Scottish Daily Record

No place for hatred in modern Scotland (Jul 16): Sunday Herald
Editorial

The devolution settlement has been bypassed once. Will it happen again? (Jul 6): The Spectator
Lauren McEvatt

Can N. Ireland peace model solve conflict here? (Jul 15): Jerusalem Post
Yonah Jeremy Bob

Sunday, July 16

DUP and governments need to match Sinn Féin commitment to power-sharing – O'Neill: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

I regret that a unionist MLA has not welcomed the £1.5bn the DUP has delivered NI: The News Letter
Jeffrey Donaldson

Scots MP launches bid to break Tory-DUP pact at Westminster: Sunday Herald
Andrew Whitaker

Top economist positive about pact (Jun 27): The News Letter

Extra £1bn for Northern Ireland will barely dent public finances (Jun 27): The Guardian
Phillip Inman

Bone-headed bonfire builders are embarrassment to Orange parades: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Teenager attacked in home by gang of men in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Three ways to tackle this scourge of 'justice' meted out by thugs: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Kennedy

A secret police built on fear and brutality must be resisted (Jul 12): Belfast Telegraph
Deaglan O Donghaile

Irish classes in schools appropriate – Orange Order (Jul 7): The News Letter

Addicted to peace – former alcoholic used lessons from recovery to end the Troubles (Jul 10): The Times
Jennifer O'Brien

How political failure and row over party funding drown out progress on reforming organ donation laws (Jul 8): Belfast Telegraph
Jo-Anne Dobson

Major interest in new portrait prints of Martin McGuinness: Derry Journal

Critics loved The Ferryman. But I'm from Northern Ireland, and it doesn't ring true: The Guardian
Sean O'Hagan

Regina Doherty blogger controversy private, Taoiseach says (Jul 11): The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Challenges for Church as it clears the first hurdle ahead of Pope's Irish visit (Jul 15): Irish Independent
Sarah MacDonald

The government's abortion commitment is good news. But it's not enough (Jun 29): The Guardian
Elizabeth Nelson

Linfield issues statement over objects thrown onto pitch at Celtic game: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Peaceful football match a fitting end to Twelfth week (Jul 15): The News Letter
Editorial

I was charged after singing Boys of the Old Brigade at Celtic game and it almost ruined my career: Scottish Sunday Mail

'They are a DISGRACE!' Germany lashes out at UK during explosive Brexit talks with Ireland: Sunday Express
Joey Millar

'Boring' Brexit a turn-off, says RTÉ editor: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Passport checks on trains 'most viable' hard Border option (Jul 5): Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

A frictionless Border is impossible, an invisible one undesirable (Jul 15): The Irish Times
Katy Hayward

Brexit risks are real, we must be awake to them (Jul 15): Irish Independent
Editorial

Brexit – A long unwinding begins (Jul 14): The Irish Times
Editorial

Ruth Davidson must move Unionism away from indyref2 (Jul 7): The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

Outrage over Orange hall Halloween partygoers dressed as Hitler and the Pope: Sunday Herald
Peter Swindon

Scots brave it out under Sturgeon but is Davidson their saviour?: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Orangemen's Day – Six things about the N.L. holiday (Jul 12): Southern Gazette (Marystown, NL)



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