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Thursday, June 15

May to hold Northern Ireland talks as DUP deal delayed: The Guardian
Andrew Sparrow

Sinn Féin to meet Theresa May over planned DUP deal putting Northern Ireland power-sharing at risk: The Independent
Rob Merrick

Loyalist hopes over DUP's deal 'may see rise in parade tensions': Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

DUP must now deliver for the loyalists who turned out to vote: Irish News
Allison Morris

Jon Snow corrects claim DUP 'demand' ban lifted on Orange marches: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

'The future's Orange' DUP MP's crass joke raises concerns over party's deal with Tories: Scottish Daily Record
Torcuil Crichton

No mystery about Arlene Foster's shopping list for talks with Theresa May – the DUP's demands were spelled out two years ago: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Gosling

Why the Irish question still matters for British politics: Toronto Globe and Mail
Rebecca Graff-McRae

DUP deal is dragging out, but the outcome is assured: The News Letter
Sam McBride

No, Sinn Féin won't take their seats – not even for Jeremy Corbyn: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Foster would be foolish to overplay DUP's strong hand: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

The DUP should beware of hubris: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Why DUP and SF successes bode ill for agreement and offer only deadlock and sectarianism: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

I'm a liberal unionist but I welcome the DUP-Tory deal: The News Letter
John McCallister

The next loyalist death lands at Downing Street's door: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

The Guardian view on the Tory government – coalition of chaos (Jun 13): The Guardian
Editorial

It's win-win if Arlene Foster strikes right balance: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

The Tory-DUP talks get off to a seemingly good first day: The News Letter
Editorial

Scottish Government confirms Arlene Foster sent letter on gay marriage: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Ruth Davidson urged PM to protect LGBT rights in dirty deal with DUP yet remains silent over sectarianism (Jun 14): Scottish Daily Record
Joan McAlpine

No action taken yet on political donation transparency pledge: Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Féin calls for MPs' speaking rights in the Dail: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Voting fraud in Northern Ireland has been going on for years, says former Electoral Office chief: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Foyle 'vote theft' victim calls for recount: The News Letter

SF MP McCallion's complaints about size of London hotel room 'embarrassing', says DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

UPRG-linked rep seeks info on PSNI firearms: Belfast Media

Sinn Féin accuses Belfast City Council of 'facilitating an illegal bonfire' after staff and vehicles used to move pallets from Sandy Row site: Belfast Telegraph

Jesse Jackson – Martin McGuinness was a peacebuilder like Martin Luther King: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Scottish Tories lambast SNP over murdered soldiers: The News Letter

Bullet that killed pregnant teen in Belfast was 'same as soldiers used': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

From Larne to the White House, Norman's 'Our man in Washington': Newtownabbey Times

RHI inquiry star witness appointed head of north's civil service: Irish News
John Manley

'Some people in Northern Ireland are so f****d up,' says Paddy Barnes after admitting regret over MBE award: Irish Mirror
Eamon Doggett

Enda Kenny hailed a 'patriot' as he steps down as Taoiseach but insists – 'This has never been about me' (Jun 14): Irish Mirror
James Ward

Minister for Foreign Affairs Coveney is key Varadkar appointment: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Ahern warns May must realise she has no mandate and no majority for hard Brexit: Irish Independent
Jenny McCartney

Plans to operate soft Border 'well under way', says Donohoe: The Irish Times
Fiona Gartland

Derry may enjoy less than two years of free roaming in Europe as a result of Brexit – Martina Anderson: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Welsh Government urges 'constitutional reconstruction' to meet Brexit challenge: Belfast Telegraph

Whatever you do, don't mention an independence referendum: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Wednesday, June 14

UK Government 'absolutely steadfast' in commitment to peace process – Theresa May: Irish Independent
Andrew Woodcock

Foster poised to seal pact with Tories that puts DUP at heart of government: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

John Major – Tory-DUP deal risks jeopardising Northern Ireland peace: The Guardian
Rajeev Syal and Peter Walker

Tory-DUP talks – David Trimble says critics should 'grow up' and accept Sinn Féin funding cut demands: The Independent
Tom Peck

DUP risks being fall guy in any deal – Lord Trimble: Belfast Telegraph
Elizabeth Arnold

Flanagan vows to 'hold Brokenshire to account' in talks: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

DUP could do great service for whole of Ireland – former TD: The News Letter

Call for Northern Irish political parties to be forced to declare donors: The Guardian
Rajeev Syal, Owen Bowcott and Henry McDonald

UUP hits out at Paddy Ashdown's 'crass and offensive' remarks about NI: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

DUP must press for proper support for terror victims – Omagh lawyers: The News Letter

Sinn Féin say they will not take up Westminster seats: The News Letter
Sam Shedden

Unseated – the Sinn Féin MPs whose absence strengthens May's hand in Commons: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Who is Michelle O'Neill? Sinn Féin leader and former Northern Ireland health minister – all you need to know: The Sun
Guy Birchall

Republicans will be hoping that DUP/Tory deal will all end in tears: Irish News
John Manley

This is how the U.K. election may destabilize Northern Ireland: Washington Post
Kimberly Cowell-Meyers and Yvonne Galligan

The scariest thing about the DUP? They're clever enough to make their deal work: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

The extent of religious influence on the DUP vote is over-stated in NI, let alone GB: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Orangemen march 2017 – What is it? Who are they? How they link to the DUP?: The Independent
Samuel Osborne

A Tory-DUP deal is a destructive pact that makes no sense at all: The Guardian
Martin Kettle

Theresa May's Alamo – Why Irish Influence Will Unnerve English Voters: Huffington Post
Nathan Coyle

Northern Irish politics is bizarre, but not because we are all religious zealots: Daily Telegraph
Sarah Arnold

Don't take Labour's grasp of NI history with a pinch of salt ... try a pillar: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Forget scaremongering, let's just all keep calm and carry on: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

It's not about what the DUP makes May do – it's what May lets them do at home: iNews.co.uk
Karl McDonald

Varadkar and Foster to meet amid nerves over Tory-DUP deal: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

New Taoiseach must be fully engaged on north: Irish News
Editorial

Stormont's return key to united Ireland strategy, says Sinn Féin chief Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP MLA John Dallat says people 'are fed up with the stalemate and bickering' and urges parties to come together: Derry Now

No all-party roundtable Stormont talks until Thursday 'doesn't inspire confidence' in process, says Alliance: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Sinn Féin would be mad to sign up to Stormont deal while DUP has leverage at Westminster: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Gerry Adams not ready to join list of retirees – 'My day will come, but not today': Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Sinn Féin co-opt two new MLAs in West-Tyrone and Foyle: Belfast Live
Nathan Hanna

New Sinn Féin MLA heads community group that lost employment case: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Féin to sell Martin McGuinness prints for £529: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Foyle fraud claims tip of the iceberg, says SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Fermanagh and South Tyrone affected by voter fraud, claims UUP's Elliott: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Chief Electoral Officer Virginia McVea confirms her office received 12 complaints of alleged voter impersonation in Derry – 0.017% of electorate: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Teenager cried out for his 'mammy' as masked men attacked him with iron bars: The News Letter

Lorraine Taylor calls for mass rally in support of jailed husband Tony: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Retired police challenge Loughinisland collusion report: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Northern Ireland's former state pathologist carried out at least one autopsy on someone shot dead every day of 1972, inquest hears: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Judge allows naming of former soldier who has not been located: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Kenny broke promises on Kingsmills disclosure, say victims' families: The News Letter

Brian Burns withdraws as Trump's nominee for Ambassador to Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Tuesday, June 13

Arlene Foster tells Sinn Féin – Restore devolution or face direct rule: Belfast Live
David Young and Deborah McAleese

Deadline to restore devolution will not be renewed, insists Brokenshire: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Brokenshire not keen on Stormont mediator move amid DUP deal criticism: The News Letter

Blast from the past – David Trimble claims Sinn Féin is cynically exploiting Brexit for votes: TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

A deal with the DUP will be painful for Theresa May, and put peace at risk: The Guardian
Peter Hain

Power-sharing must be restored: The Irish Times
Editorial

Time for politicians to get back to work: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Unionist talks with Tories 'a tremendous opportunity' for the North, insists Foster: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Fears for Northern Ireland peace as new revelations of DUP paramilitary links put pressure on Tory deal: Irish Mirror
Jason Beattie and Nick Sommerlad

Sinn Féin 'out to stop' Theresa May before crunch DUP talks: Daily Star
Tom Evans

Gerry Adams – Tories and DUP will be 'coalition for chaos': ITV

DUP 'will support the Tories for as long as Corbyn leads Labour': ITV

Labour outrage over DUP-Tory deal 'sickening hypocrisy': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Leo Varadkar warns UK not to get 'too close' to DUP: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin and Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

John Bruton warns reliance on DUP will create difficulties: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Fears that DUP supporters want return of banned loyalist march as price for keeping Tories in power: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

Nationalists warn British government against allowing Garvaghy Road march: Irish News
Connla Young

Jon Snow under fire for claiming DUP pushed for marching deal: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

DUP target of blatant lies and vilification – Orange leader: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Tories and DUP 'drew up secret hung Parliament deal after 2015 election': The Independent
Rachel Roberts

No gay rights change in GB, says veteran DUP MP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sectarian issues largely off agenda in DUP-Tory negotiations – sources: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Scots Tory chief Davidson storms out of interview over DUP questions: Belfast Telegraph
Narjas Zatat

DUP denies their anti-Tory election poster has come back to bite them: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

General Election 2017: Oh no, the rest of the UK notice us now...: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Who are the DUP – The Northern Ireland political party at centre of world interest: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

There's something everyone has missed about the DUP and the Fixed Term Parliaments Act: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

The Free Presbyterian Church of Ulster will be running the UK.: The Irish Times
Matthew d'Ancona

Why it's vital that Foster secures deal that benefits all in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

Foster and DUP have cards to play and are right to try and strike a deal: The News Letter
Alex Kane

History speaks for itself on the DUP: The Irish Times
Eamonn Mallie

DUP suddenly very serious players and stakes could hardly be higher: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

The DUP Makes Britain's Governing Coalition More Representative, Not Less: National Review Online
Michael Brendan Dougherty

Why critics are wrong on DUP's gay rights stance: Belfast Telegraph
Jeffrey Dudgeon

Sinn Féin delegation to visit London to push for special EU status for Northern Ireland and re-establishment of Stormont institutions: Belfast Telegraph

Hurlers on the ditch never win the game, Mr Adams: Irish Independent
Editorial

Eastwood – SDLP won't shirk 'unprecedented and uncomfortable' response to deep political change in interests of the country: Derry Journal

SDLP group to discuss Fianna Fáil merger after election loss: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Foyle MLA to raise concerns over 'stolen votes' with election chief: Londonderry Sentinel

Police raid new dissident republican group's offices in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin condemn continued imprisonment of Derry republican Tony Taylor as a 'denial of justice': Derry Now

Book suggests there were republican concerns about informer Denis Donaldson in late 1980s: Irish News
Connla Young

Campaigners to demand same-sex marriage rights at Belfast march: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Hard Brexit may not be on the cards, says Flanagan: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Police arrest two men as a Liverpool loyalist march turns violent while passing a city centre Irish bar (Jun 11): Daily Mail
Darren Boyle

Monday, June 12

Give us billions to back you, Ian Paisley party tells Theresa – DUP to demand new 'economic package' in Northern Ireland as part of deal with the Tories: Daily Mail
Jason Groves

Taoiseach warns Theresa May that DUP deal mustn't put Good Friday Agreement at risk: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

Talks to restore powersharing in Stormont resume amid fears over DUP/Tory deal: Irish Independent
David Young

Clock ticking on talks as parties seek independent chair to oversee process: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

James Brokenshire will stay on as Northern Ireland Secretary after reshuffle: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

North faces reintroduction of direct rule, says James Brokenshire: The Irish Times

Enda Kenny – Westminster needs Irish nationalists: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

DUP stance on loyalist paramilitaries called into question: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Labour' McDonnell man believes DUP could back party on some votes: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Wheeler

A deal for every vote – How the DUP will support Theresa May: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Mallon and Trimble differ on need for London to stay neutral: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Why DUP's London role could hasten Stormont's return: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Repercussions of Tory/DUP deal 'severe for Northern Ireland': Belfast Telegraph

Courtship of DUP looks to have begun at Balmoral Show: Irish News
John Manley

Theresa May ought to be alarmed – the DUP is flexing its muscles: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Price of DUP deal likely to be economic aid and no vote on Irish unity: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Cash, not moral issues, likely to be driving force of DUP support for May: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

It looks like Gerry Adams will stand back and watch British politics turn in on itself: Irish News
John Manley

DUP deal and loss of key advisers will force May to change priorities: The Guardian
Alan Travis

Kenny's 'concern' over DUP deal increases May's woes: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Former Stormont spin doctor on why there is much more to the DUP than meets the eye: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

UK election leaves Irish Government with a weak hand in the North: The Irish Times
Ray Bassett

Talk about hypocrisy, Sinn Féin cosied up to DUP when it suited: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP must rise to the occasion and show it can strike credible political partnership: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Coalition of chaos doomed to failure: The Herald
Editorial

Betraying all of this island – Sinn Féin says 'no': Irish Examiner
Editorial

Confidence and supply deal is the best way forward: The News Letter
Editorial

Theresa May must explain her high-risk DUP deal: Irish News
Editorial

Orange Order asks DUP to use banned sectarian Drumcree march in negotiations with Theresa May: The Independent
Rachel Roberts

Calls for DUP to reveal source of €500,000 Brexit donation: The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan and Adam Ramsay

Sinn Féin 'unofficial' polling cards not an offence, says PSNI: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP labeled rivals 'Tory boys' over electoral pact, says Kennedy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Keeping Arlene Foster in the background was a vote winner for the DUP: Irish News
Claire Simpson

UUP aims to come back after 'disappointing' election: ITV

DUP man celebrated election with photo of terror group flag in Downing Street: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin not first republicans to enjoy electoral success in Derry and South Down: Irish News
Claire Simpson

SDLP disappointment and fear of return to polarisation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Electoral failure of SDLP is a real tragedy: Irish News
Tom Kelly

UK Government attempted to halt Kenny's unity clause before EU meeting: Irish Independent
Rebecca Lumley

There must be no amnesty or re-writing of past, says Foster: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Ballymurphy families wary of amnesties: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Belfast man shot 45 years ago wants PSNI removed from case: Irish News
Connla Young

Council spends £1,000 on Easter Rising memorial consultation: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Petition launched calling on Theresa May to extend marriage equality to Northern Ireland: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

DUP urged to 'change its position' on LGBTI issues by Scottish Secretary: Belfast Telegraph

Sunday, June 11

Theresa May's desperate deal with the DUP could have terrifying implications for peace in Northern Ireland: Daily Mirror
Joshua Taylor

DUP move does 'not necessarily' undermine peace process, Irish minister says: The News Letter

Anti-DUP petition hits 500,000 as anger grows over Tory deal: London Evening Standard
Sebastian Mann

Tory alliance with DUP sparks Downing Street demo as angry protesters descend on Whitehall: The Sun
Brittany Vonow

Theresa May's plan to govern with DUP support thrown into confusion: The Observer
Michael Savage and Henry McDonald

Arlene Foster to meet Theresa May on Tuesday as DUP say talks still ongoing over agreement with Tories: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

DUP will support Conservatives on 'big issues' – Michael Fallon: The Guardian
Jessica Elgot and Heather Stewart

DUP will extract a high price to prop up a Tory minority: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Arrangement between DUP Tories "will end in tears" says Michelle O'Neill: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Britain's Election – What the D.U.P. Is, and What It Wants: New York Times
Ed O'Loughlin

Meet the DUP MPs who now hold the balance of power: Sunday Telegraph
Henry Bodkin

Theresa May's new DUP ally 'wrote to Scottish government to demand gay marriage curbs': Independent on Sunday
Jon Stone

Theresa May – A Prime Minister propped up by a party tainted with terror: Sunday Herald
Karin Goodwin and Andrew Whitaker

Theresa May's grip on power loosens as her bid to strike a deal with the DUP descends into farce: Independent on Sunday
Rob Merrick

Will Theresa May's Coalition Bring New Troubles to Northern Ireland?: ForeignPolicy.com
Simon Jones

No, Theresa May, the DUP will not join a formal coalition: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Brexit will not bring Irish unity now DUP hold sway in Westminster: The Irish Times
John Cushnahan

Result bolsters the Union and hastens need for Brexit deal with Republic: Belfast Telegraph
Lord Kilclooney

Mrs May's deal with the DUP threatens 20 years hard work in Ireland: The Guardian
Jonathan Powell

Our two-party state doesn't augur well for reconciliation: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

New influence for the DUP but it needs to tread with tact and caution at this perilous time: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

The DUP was in trouble. Now it'll believe God's on its side: The Guardian
Malachi O'Doherty

Wheeler-dealer DUP, kingmakers for now but their day in the sun could be short-lived: Sunday Independent
Fergal Keane

DUP now the king (or queen) makers: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

What should Catholics think of the DUP?: Catholic Herald
Alexander Lucie-Smith

How one woman's misfortune can be another's opportunity: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Restricting abortion rights unlikely to be a priority for the DUP-Tory pact: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

With the DUP thrust front and centre, it's time they showed a broader outlook and help deliver a good Brexit deal for NI: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

The word on the street... Falls voters agree we are now more polarised than we've ever been: Belfast Telegraph
Christine Carrigan

East Belfast – Our exit poll at Elmgrove gave first clue of huge DUP vote: The News Letter

The DUP – How Northern Ireland public rate leader Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Sue Doherty

Gerry Adams is the most successful party leader in this election (Jun 10): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

How Sinn Féin got bitten by its own crocodile moment... bomber Kelly on the campaign trail: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Anti-terror lawyer – The DUP now has the influence to secure Libya compensation: The News Letter
Jason McCue

Sinn Féin a 'cult' and 'lining their pockets' in power quest – Mannix Flynn: Sunday Independent
Mark O'Regan

15-year-old boy attacked with iron bars in paramilitary style attack: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Boost in Irish signing up to serve Her Majesty: Sunday Independent

The Scottish Tories are back – and the independence referendum is going nowhere fast: Sunday Herald
Iain Macwhirter

SNP to shelve second independence referendum until 2021 after losing 21 seats in general election: Scottish Daily Record
Mark Aitken

Apology – Thomas Brennan: Sunday Independent

Saturday, June 10

From the Devil to the DUP – 400,000 sign petition against new government: The Irish Times
Rajeev Syal

Alastair Campbell slams Theresa May's 'sordid, dangerous, distasteful deal' with DUP which 'threatens Northern Ireland peace process': Belfast Telegraph

'I am engaged to a Catholic Irishwoman from Wexford' – Scottish Tory leader ahead of DUP deal: TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

Ruth Davidson says Theresa May has given her assurances over gay rights as petition against Tory-DUP deal reaches almost 500,000: Belfast Telegraph

Sammy Wilson warns Tories of 'a price to be paid': Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Turmoil in Tories over DUP link-up: Irish Independent
June Last

'Much too early' to discuss formal DUP deal with minority Tories – Donaldson: The News Letter

Tory courtship is bound to end in tears – Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Coveney hopes DUP can ensure a soft Brexit after Tory deal: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Unlikely as it may seem, the DUP has been planning for this day: iNews.co.uk
Sam McBride

The Tories are forming a coalition with a party backed by terrorists: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

DUP now the talk of the town after win: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

DUP deal to carry high price in more way than one: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Why is the DUP so controversial? The party's stances on abortion, gay marriage and climate change explained: The Independent
Lucy Pasha-Robinson

The lack of a progressive alliance in Northern Ireland was a historic error of judgement: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

A Tory-DUP coalition is the only option, but it won't be easy: The News Letter
Editorial

Gerry Adams – Referendum on Irish unity now inevitable after General Election results: Belfast Telegraph

DUP surge gives it 'stronger hand in talks with Sinn Féin': The News Letter

Sinn Féin 'ready to resume talks aimed at re-establishing Stormont Executive after watershed election': Belfast Telegraph

'This could undo 20 years of work' – Fears for devolution in Northern Ireland as May gives up neutrality to cling to No 10 with the help of the DUP: Daily Mail
Tim Sculthorpe

Naomi Long fears for the future of Stormont: Belfast Telegraph

Michelle O'Neill – Nationalist opinion is looking to leadership at home... not Britain: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Speedy return of Stormont likely consequence of UK election: The Irish Times
Denis Bradley

Political map makes plain the Balkanisation of Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

All bets are off on a Stormont deal while DUP has a hold over Tory government: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Our own problems must not be allowed to fester any longer: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

SDLP left to lick its wounds after being wiped out at Westminster: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'I am here for long haul' says SDLP leader after crushing defeat: The News Letter

Election has sounded the death knell for the SDLP: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Eamonn McCann in claim over SF 'polling booth rule breaches': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Michelle Gildernew says anti-Brexit vote clinched it: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

A close run thing, but relieved Lady Hermon insists DUP will never win North Down seat: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Little Pengelly's comeback unseats former SDLP leader: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Gregory Campbell – 'A result beyond our wildest, wildest expectations': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

General Election: East Belfast – It's time to get back to work... voters' message to politicians as the dust settles: Belfast Telegraph
Rachel Martin

First republican MP for Derry since Eoin MacNeill took his mandate into First Dáil won't be taking her seat – Adams: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Brady (SF) storms to victory in Newry and Armagh: Portadown Times

General election – Upper Bann: 'We need social issues sorted as we have virtually no say in Westminster': Belfast Telegraph
Victor Gordon

Middle ground punished in Orange versus Green battle: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Cock-a-hoop DUP consigns March misery to the dustbin: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Police investigate loyalist graffiti attack at Rasharkin GAA premises: Ballymoney Times

Micheal Martin – SF are 'letting down their electorate' by allowing DUP to be sole voice in Westminster: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Adams hits back at 'hurler on the ditch' Martin over Sinn Féin abstentionism: TheJournal.ie
Paul Hosford

At least 11 gunmen in Kingsmill murder gang: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Democratic Unionists want Team GB to be renamed before agreeing to prop up Conservative government: The Sun
Fred Nathan

Team GB have rejected DUP's demand to rebrand as Team UK: Daily Mirror
Patrick Lion

Episcopalian move on gay weddings rapped: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Who is Ruth Davidson, the Scottish Tory leader who just saved her party from oblivion?: The Independent
Shehab Khan

Friday, June 9

Northern Ireland – DUP on course for gains that could help prop up Tories: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

DUP set to be 'kingmakers' with Tories in new hung Parliament: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP kingmakers 'will do what is best for NI' – Foster: ITV

Gregory Campbell – 'We will not be NI branch of Conservatives in a Hung Parliament': Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

DUP relishes prospect of role in hung Parliament – but will back Tories: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Nationalist voters abandon SDLP in favour of abstentionist Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gerry Adams confirms Sinn Féin will NOT be taking seats in Westminster: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

SF not taking seats 'not an issue' – O'Neill: ITV

North Antrim – Ian Paisley sees 'unionism awakening': The Irish Times

DUP takes three of four Belfast seats: ITV

Nigel Dodds wins North Belfast but SF now within 2,000 votes of DUP: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

GE2017 – Sinn Féin's Michelle Gildernew wins Fermanagh-south Tyrone seat: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards and Meadhbh Monahan

History made as Elisha becomes first Sinn Féin MP for Foyle: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

South Down – Hazzard climbs political mountain to unseat Ritchie in Mourne country: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

DUP's Emma Little-Pengelly retakes South Belfast for unionism: The News Letter

Strangford – Jim Shannon calls for unionists to stand under one banner: The Irish Times

South Antrim – UUP man loses out to DUP challenger: The News Letter

Lady Sylvia holds on to North Down, but her vote is slashed as DUP poll strongly: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Mid Ulster – Francie Molloy's mind turns to upcoming Stormont negotiations: The Irish Times

Google says DUP 'most searched UK political party': ITV

DUP and Sinn Féin tighten grip on Northern Ireland politics: Belfast Telegraph
Darwin Templeton

Election results 2017 – Could DUP be Westminster kingmakers?: BBC
Mark Devenport

By the time you read this……: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

Chances of a Stormont deal not looking good: Irish News
Alex Kane

Gerry Adams congratulates Corbyn after shock election result – but won't do a deal with Labour: The Sun
Neal Baker

Six ways this UK election result impacts on Ireland: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

What does the British result mean for Ireland?: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

There's little here for us to cheer as Brexit uncertainty prolonged: Irish Independent
John Downing

I feared same fate as the two corporals in 1988, Orangeman accused over Ardoyne crash told detectives: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Former PSNI chief Duncan McCausland sues over 'wrongful arrest': BBC
Vincent Kearney

Ex-West Yorkshire Chief Constable sues former force over 'negligent' criminal probe: Yorkshire Post
Rob Parsons

Continuity IRA says it will end its 'futile' campaign: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Gardai probe 'New IRA' group's bomb trade with Hutch gang: TheJournal.ie
Garreth MacNamee

Aidan O'Driscoll died from shock and haemorrhage after multiple gun shots – inquest: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Powerful symbolism at Flanders: Irish News
Editorial

TD accused of 'intolerant populism' on Church attack: Irish Catholic
Greg Daly

What May's failed gamble means for the Irish economy: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

Election result could delay start of Brexit talks, European Commissioner warns: The Herald

SNP plans for second independence referendum suffers major setback: The Irish Times

Thursday, June 8

Voters prepare to cast ballot for seventh time in three years: Belfast Telegraph

More than 700,000 expected to vote in Northern Ireland Westminster election: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Poll – DUP's Arlene Foster 'least trustworthy, least likeable' party leader: Belfast Telegraph
Sue Doherty

Gerry Carroll – We serve the interests of ordinary people, not London or Brussels : Belfast Telegraph
Gerry Carroll and Steven Agnew

'The Union is at stake'-Middleton's poll warning: Londonderry Sentinel

Election Diary – It's a badge of honour that terror groups hate us, say Alliance: The News Letter
Sam McBride

11,000 to have votes cast by someone else in General Election: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Suspected abuse of proxy system could lead to results being challenged in court: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Sinn Féin and SDLP target younger voters – but will it pay off?: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Eastwood fighting for his MPs' political lives: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Why Sinn Féin's abstentionism from parliament ensures it is an irrelevancy at election time: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

SF must exorcise the demon of abstentionism: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

It is possible that online political squabbling is keeping us safer: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Whatever the result of election, politics is only way forward: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Rarely has it been more important to return unionist MPs: The News Letter
Editorial

Labour's Keir Starmer says IRA comments were 'regrettable': BBC
Stephen Walker

Do your utmost to restore the Assembly, clerics urge: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Fears that future of border will be dictated by terror threat: Irish News
Allison Morris

David Davis says London attacks will not affect Irish border arrangements: Belfast Telegraph

Leo's hopes the North can get a "soft Brexit" are wildly optimistic: Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit – protect peace by granting Northern Ireland 'honorary EU membership': EuroNews.com
Jane Morrice

'History haunts this place' – how Brexit is fuelling Ireland's sectarian debate: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Sinn Féin backs 'minimum force' on shoot-to-kill of terror suspects: The News Letter

New SDLP Deputy Mayor, Colr. John Boyle, says equality is a 'cornerstone' and respect a 'foundation' stone of our democracy (Jun 6): Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

25 years on, police pay respects to murdered North Yorkshire special constable Glenn Goodman: Yorkshire Post

Man released pending report after arrest in relation to 1982 James Gibson murder: The News Letter

Killed IRA man's brother concerned over post mortem photographic records: Belfast Telegraph

A mother's sorrow (May 26): Derry Journal

Legacy inquests – Too much focus on state Troubles victims could leave the many victims of terrorism with a deep sense of injustice: The News Letter
Neil Faris

Claudy bomb victim calls for immigration clampdown saying Enoch Powell's 'Rivers of Blood' prophecy is coming true: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Author June Caldwell – 'My book on Johnny Adair's mistress caused a storm' (Jun 6): Belfast Telegraph
Lee Henry

William and Irish PM attend Battle of Messines centenary commemoration: Belfast Telegraph

Island of Ireland Peace Park founders to be honoured on centenary of Messines battle (Jun 7): The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

'We desperately miss you over gay row' Church of Scotland tells Irish counterparts (Jun 6): The News Letter

Hard Border post-Brexit will encourage smugglers, Seanad told: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

BBC to examine what makes the GAA More Than A Game: The Anglo-Celt

Wednesday, June 7

Less than 1% separates Sinn Féin and the DUP, new poll shows: Belfast Telegraph
Sue Doherty

Loyalist paramilitary support for unionists prompts debate clashes: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Foster – DUP 'fundamentally rejects' endorsement from paramilitary groups: The News Letter

DUP 'divorces' from Loyalist endorsement: BBC
Gareth Gordon

UUP and DUP distance themselves from Loyalist group statement: ITV

Alliance accuses loyalist umbrella group of issuing 'sinister' statement: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Kilclooney slams Alliance over stance on EU special status: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP's Mallon hits out at Sinn Féin, claiming party only looks to its 'own version of rights': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Victims 'disgusted' as Shankill bomber Kelly canvasses for Sinn Féin in North Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Fermanagh-South Tyrone – Can UUP incumbent keep Sinn Féin out?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

General election 2017 – In North Antrim the Paisley dynasty looks strong as ever: Ballymoney Times

Foyle – Anti-Sinn Féin vote to help SDLP's Durkan hold seat: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

General Election 2017 – SF confident in Mid Ulster: The News Letter

Constituency Profile – North Belfast: ITV

Belfast East – Alliance and DUP go head to head in tight battle: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

SDLP's Ritchie attacks hoax letters 'dirty tricks': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Vote for Sinn Féin is a vote wasted – only SDLP can challenge Tory cuts: Belfast Telegraph
Colum Eastwood

Border poll the election goal for SDLP and Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Alex Kane

Border poll by another name – how election results in North may prompt SF to take historic step on seats: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Brexit should be at heart of election debate, so why is the silence so deafening?: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

We are living in a time when people seek change beyond expectations: Irish News
Jim Gibney

The Guardian view on Northern Ireland's election – not just border country: The Guardian
Editorial

UK election – the North's neglected crisis: The Irish Times
Editorial

Brexit and protecting Northern Ireland's interests are key issues in this election: Irish News
Editorial

'Lily-livered' Corbyn unfit to be PM, says Provo victim's brother: Belfast Telegraph

Leo Varadkar's Irish unity white paper beckons: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Man accused of trying to kill Carrick pub doorman cut off electronic tag in 'moment of madness', High Court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Campaigner Raymond McCord takes legal action against PSNI over inquest delay: The News Letter

New Lodge Six families seek new inquests: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Remains of disappeared victim Ruddy returned to Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Prince William to join Enda Kenny for Battle of Messines centenary commemoration: The News Letter

First World War battle unites relatives across North's divide: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Are we really as neutral as we think we are? (Jun 6): Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Tuesday, June 6

State of the union focus of election in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Leaders' TV debate halted after Alliance chief Naomi Long's dizzy spell under studio lights: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Long comes back fighting after health scare during TV debate: Irish News
John Manley

Dodds shows he's an old hand while O'Neill is strangely subdued in TV debate: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Sinn Féin candidate quizzed publicly on Graham murder: The News Letter

Loyalist umbrella group warns "all unionists and loyalists against voting for Alliance Party candidates": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

East Belfast looks like a two horse race but who will win in key battleground: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

View from Belfast South – the battle for the most diverse seat in Northern Ireland: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

SDLP claims Mairtin O Muilleoir's sums wrong in election leaflet row: Belfast Telegraph

General Election – Fermanagh and South Tyrone a tough fight for UUP: The News Letter
Nicholas Whyte

SDLP veteran Mallon joins campaign with swipe at Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph

Gregory Campbell labelled 'MP for north's redundancy capital': Irish News
John Manley

'Sinn Féin only party with red-lines' – Foster responds to O'Neill's power-sharing remarks: Belfast Telegraph
Sue Doherty

Theresa May and Arlene Foster want to drag us out of Europe ... they can't be allowed to succeed: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle O'Neill

'I don't give a s**t about the IRA' – This woman's reaction to a Conservative campaigner has gone viral: Irish Independent
Zaina Alibhai

Corbyn's 'ignorance' over '74 IRA bombs 'shocking': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Jeremy Corbyn can't rewrite his reprehensible IRA history (May 31): CityAM.com
Ben Kelly

If there's a hung parliament, Gerry Adams will present his wish list to Jeremy Corbyn: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Hit, kicked and spat at – 80% of police officers attacked in past year in Northern Ireland (Jun 1): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Bonfire material stacked close to hotel where tourist buses were set on fire: Irish News
John Monaghan

Police appeal as funeral held for murder victim Colin Horner: Belfast Telegraph

Man held over IRA murder of bus driver who was shot in front of schoolchildren: Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

Disappeared victim Seamus Ruddy repatriated from France: BBC

Legacy inquests – Human rights convention appears to be silent on investigations into terrorism (May 30): The News Letter
Neil Faris

Varadkar election an exercise in the 'real politics' longed-for in the north: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Devolution of corporation tax power to Assembly isn't likely 'even if government restored' (Jun 1): Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Theresa May 'playing with fire' on Brexit's impact on Ireland: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Irish navy may join EU counter-terrorism mission: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

London Bridge terrorist could have used Northern Ireland as back door into Britain: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Schiller

London attack – UK police should be armed says RUC veteran: BBC

Church's influence on schools is far greater than on health (May 30): Irish Independent
John Walshe

We deserve a secular State for a pluralist people (May 15): The Irish Times
Michael Nugent

Willie Rennie – Scots don't want second independence vote (May 29): BBC

Theresa May warns Scots – Jeremy Corbyn will sell out Union to Nicola Sturgeon for power: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Monday, June 5

Northern Ireland police cuts 'mean unsolved Troubles cases might be dropped': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

As Stormont has crumbled, tribal politics has flourished (Jun 3): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Claire Sugden – When the Government was brought down, it made me question why we do this: Belfast Telegraph

DUP right not to respond in kind to Sinn Féin red lines (Jun 1): The News Letter
Editorial

Dodds to deputise for Foster in TV leaders' debate tonight: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Election Diary – Sinn Féin silent on Gildernew 'bigot' claim: The News Letter

General Election 2017 – West Tyrone set to be republican-led at the polls once again: Londonderry Sentinel

General Election 2017 – Newry and Armagh dominance for Sinn Féin looks set to continue: The News Letter

DUP and Alliance in East Belfast showdown: Belfast Telegraph

General Election 2017 – No Lagan Valley upset expected in DUP stronghold: Ulster Star

General Election 2017 – East Londonderry win for Campbell almost certain: Londonderry Sentinel

A dog bite, a leaflet eaten – the trials of Alliance canvassers (May 30): Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

A boost in the unionist vote is the essential and peaceful reply to SF's unity bid (Jun 2): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Important that nationalist voice is heard at Westminster: Irish News
Tom Kelly

DUP accuses Michelle O'Neill of bid to 'whitewash history' with terror comments: Belfast Telegraph

Michelle O'Neill has dashed hope of new republican thinking: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Sinn Féin can learn from open leadership contests: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Corbyn refuses to say if he warned Abbott off 'IRA interview': The News Letter

Councillor defends tweet calling Corbyn a 'terrorist lover' following London attack: DevonLive.com
Zoe Stevens

Corbyn's 30 years of talking to terrorists – How Labour leader has taken tea with IRA bombers and welcomed agents of the Hamas terror group as 'friends': Daily Mail
Guy Adams

Loyalist organisations have 'dearth of political analysis': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Dee Fennell has had his bail conditions varied (Jun 1): Belfast Live
Ashleigh McDonald

Two in court over explosives find: BBC

Escalation of gang feud stopped by TNT seizure: Irish Independent
Jim Cusack

London attacks – IRA violence no different to this, says Docklands bomb victim: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

London attack – Business as usual best answer to terror, says Paisley: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Derry pastor – Time to terrorise the terrorists: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Is there anything the British establishment can learn from the Troubles in fight against new terror?: Irish News
Allison Morris

Republic will become magnet for Northern Ireland talent after Brexit – warning (Apr 27): Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Invest NI dismisses O'Dowd corporation tax claim (May 31): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Féin tax plan would transform local politics (Jun 1): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Sinn Féin HR chief pressured adviser for 'voluntary' wage donations: Irish Independent
Maeve Sheehan

What the Monk and Mary Lou McDonald have in common: Irish Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Republican pogroms against Protestants in south act as timely warning from history (Jun 1): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Visit to Messines – Poignant trip for Enda Kenny (Jun 1): Irish Examiner
Editorial

'Neutrality and pluralism are not particularly good reasons for taking God out of our Constitution': TheJournal.ie
Thomas Finegan

I'm glad a gay man of colour will be Irish prime minister, even if I abhor his politics: The Guardian
Emer O'Toole

Soft border 'would prevent Ebola spreading' (Jun 2): Belfast Telegraph

Brexit negotiating time is short – and it won't just be the UK that will suffer: Irish Independent
Colm McCarthy

Unionists are on the march thanks to the SNP: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

Sunday, June 4

Tories – We will end political donation secrecy: The News Letter

Commission failed to spot wrong dates on accounts of two parties: Belfast Telegraph

'I could never back Labour if Corbyn was its leader', says Hermon: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Even now Jeremy Corbyn struggles to fully condemn the IRA: Sunday Independent
Alex Massie

Even after Enniskillen massacre, Corbyn and the hard left would not condemn the IRA: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Jeremy Corbyn's past views on conflict in Northern Ireland leave many questions to be answered (Jun 2): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Corbyn is not a leader who unionists should prop up: The News Letter
Editorial

In some ways there is little difference between nationalism and unionism (Jun 3): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Beattie concerned at propsect of 'parallel police force (May 30): The News Letter

US donors gave €17,600 to Sinn Féin's 2017 NI campaign: The Irish Times
Jack Power

There should be no hierarchy of victims: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Journalist is wrong – PIRA murders of civilians were deliberate more often than they were accidental: The News Letter
C.D.C. Armstrong

O Muilleoir wants to be MP... but he must decry IRA murders in the area: Belfast Telegraph
Christopher Stalford

Continuing someone else's journey: Village
Sarah Campbell

Dublin explosives were destined for use in Northern Ireland: BBC

Police get more time to question men after Semtex cache found in Dublin: Belfast Telegraph

Six kilos of TNT could have made 30 bombs: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

DUP minister's officials first heard of Irish funding U-turn on Twitter (May 31): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

On Ireland's Border – 'That Sad Old Game': New York Times
Garrett Carr

'Stop interfering!' Furious Irish MP hits out at meddling EU over debt row: Daily Express
Joey Millar

Calls for suspension of ongoing 'racist' Operation Gull initiative: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

How Irish America thinks, votes and acts: The Irish Times
Liam Kennedy

Brexit technology firm used by DUP in Northern Ireland elections: TheDetail.tv
Niall McCracken

Tourism group warns of Brexit hit if Border returns (May 30): The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Martin Galvin to 'gather support in the US for those fighting' Co Tyrone gold mine: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Garda top brass 'are toxic shambles', says Mary-Lou McDonald (Jun 2): Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Latimer's rapport with O'Neill: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Why Christians will have to learn to disagree about same-sex marriage: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

By backing gay marriage, Church of Scotland has given approval to sin: The News Letter
Brian Kennaway

Gaelic signs a spurious SNP vanity project? Grow up. (May 17): The Scotsman
Malcolm M Combe

Saturday, June 3

DUP rejects barbs over Foster's absence from election debates: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

General election – Workers' Party bemoans 'sectarian' poll: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Police probe online abusive messages to Sinn Féin candidate: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

BBC clarify Máirtín Ó Muilleoir claims about Emma Little Pengelly's father: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Unionists slam ex-mayor over rival father jibe: Belfast Telegraph

Linfield chief is latest sporting figure to endorse politician as he gives backing to Little Pengelly: Belfast Telegraph
Eamon Sweeney

Election Diary – Peter Robinson back in the political game: The News Letter
Sam McBride

General election – SDLP in Foyle may be unseated by SF: Londonderry Sentinel

Newry and Armagh – Border seat is Sinn Féin's to lose: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Constituency profile – Mid-Ulster: Belfast Telegraph

Constituency profiles – Fermanagh & South Tyrone: ITV

Constituency profile – East Antrim: Belfast Telegraph

Another DUP victory expected in Strangford: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Election posters theft and vandalism reported to police: The News Letter

General election 2017 – Are you suffering from electionitis?: BBC

SF confident of at least one gain while SDLP are in battle just to hold ground: Derry Journal
Chris Donnelly

Can we believe all the false promises in election run-up?: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Heat of election brings out the primitive side of politicians who appeared house-trained: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Restoring delicate political equilibrium could be key to resurrecting Stormont: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Arlene is starting to wobble about standing aside: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Orangeman accused of driving into crowd 'hit them like skittles', court hears: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Case against Colin Horner murder accused 'weak and circumstantial' says lawyer: The News Letter
David Young

Tories attacked for 'fake news' video edited to show Corbyn refusing to condemn IRA – when he did: The Independent
Rob Merrick

No, Sinn Féin is not going into coalition with Jeremy Corbyn: iNews.co.uk
Karl McDonald

Two arrested after bomb found in Dublin north inner city: The Irish Times
Conor Lally and Jack Power

Massive New IRA bomb bust as 6kg Semtex haul is seized in city taxi: Herald.ie
Robin Schiller

Dissident Fennell has bail varied to aid childcare: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Row over 'perfect' IRA bomb comment: The News Letter

PPS to decide if Ivor Bell will face prosecution in Jean McConville case: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

McBreartys thank family friend and mural artist Kevin Hasson and watch as, Bridie, the mother of IRA Volunteer George unveils a plaque in memory of her late sons (May 31): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Museum to address concerns over inclusion of military names: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Bloody Sunday families protest over Army names on exhibition: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Man 'constantly harrassed' by Army and RUC during Troubles has no issues with under-fire museum exhibition: The News Letter

New Lodge Six relatives call for new inquest: Irish News
Connla Young

Kingsmills suspect hair tested for inquest: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

David McNarry – 'Wouldn't be a bad thing if Dublin went underwater due to climate change': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Gay Lawmaker, Leo Varadkar, Is in Line to Be Ireland's Prime Minister: New York Times
Ed O'Loughlin

Arlene congratulates Varadkar who will be first gay Irish premier: Belfast Telegraph

Tory view on Brexit a 'disaster' for Ireland – Bertie: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Fears over the erection of 'ghost custom posts': Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

'Brexit ripped my heart out.' How the UK Irish are voting: The Irish Times

General Election 2017 – March for Scottish independence to take place through Glasgow: The Herald
Aftab Ali

Friday, June 2

UUP indicate that they would not back Corbyn in hung Parliament: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Labour gains may force Sinn Féin to change abstentionist policy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Brexit – Belfast council to seek special status for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

'We'll give Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales their say on Brexit': TheNewEuropean.co.uk
Keir Starmer

DUP's support for Brexit defies all logic: Irish News
Denis Bradley

Naomi Long calls for referendum on future UK Brexit deal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Féin's Hazzard hits back at SDLP over Brexit referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UUP leader warns of united Ireland by back door: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Arlene Foster will not take part in TV election debates: Irish News
Allison Morris

DUP – Unfair of BBC to exclude us from debate when smaller parties included: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Constituency Profiles – Foyle: ITV

Constituency Profile – Upper Bann: Irish News
Gary McDonald

UDA endorses DUP's Pengelly in South Belfast – Foster feeling the heat: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF candidate is asked about IRA murder of lawyer: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Sinn Féin candidate John Finucane contacts police over tweets mocking father's murder: Irish News
Allison Morris

Cliftonville boss backs Finucane for North Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Kinahan calls for open and inclusive Union: The News Letter

Assembly poll a wake-up call for unionism – only a vote for DUP can get us back on track: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Under pressure SDLP is moving into Sinn Féin's territory: Irish News
Alex Kane

GE17 – Sinn Féin call for speaking rights in the Dáil during Enniskillen visit: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

General election 2017 – Call for language act a sign of the times: BBC

Cost of proposed Ulster Scots academy not known – Foster (Jun 1): Irish News
John Manley

Cross-party backing for city Cultúrlann: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Questions over finances of Stormont's parties fuel calls for transparency: TheDetail.tv
Claire Smyth

'Life-long' Colin Horner friend refused permission to attend funeral over police reprisal fears: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Orangeman accused of running over teenager was 'in fear of his life': The News Letter

Orangeman 'could not recall' driving over teen girl at march flashpoint: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

Teen hit by Orangeman's car at North Belfast parade "thought she was going to die": Belfast Live
Michael Donnelly

Latest gangland murder victim had active role in 'New INLA' gang: Irish Independent
Ken Foy

Republican group Action Against Drugs claims responsibility for two killings: Irish News
Connla Young

Londonderry hotel bomb accused plead guilty: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Ex-Sinn Féin councillor on prison 'IRA wing' after being jailed for 12 years for torture: Herald.ie
Andrew Phelan and Ken Foy

Louth man convicted of IRA membership: Sunday World

Corbyn Labour victory would have colossal implications for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Why Corbyn's IRA views should be dissected (Jun 1): The Herald
John McLellan

Kingsmills witness accused of making up Captain Robert Nairac story: BBC
David Maxwell

Inquest hears of 'smell of death' at Kingsmill scene: ITV

Widow left 'disgusted' after names of RUC officers listed beside IRA dead in museum: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

'Slain by the IRA, they died as heroes': The News Letter

Army knew of loyalist bombing suspects: Belfast Media
Michael Jackson

Thursday, June 1

North could get honorary EU membership after Brexit, says former European Commission head: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Dodds – Post-Brexit customs or passport control at Irish Sea out: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Council calls for special status: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Northern Ireland's post-Brexit status separate issue from national question, Alliance Party warns at manifesto launch: Belfast Telegraph

Evidence backs SoS's 'bizarre' claim about nationalist voters: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Put border poll off 'for generations', says DUP's Foster: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Alliance gains would send shockwave through Northern Ireland politics, says Naomi Long: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'We aim to move beyond orange and green': Derry Journal

'TUV is bulwark against republican Brexit agenda and DUP backsliding': Belfast Telegraph
Jim Allister

DUP had 'no permission' to use chief exec image says council: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Arlene Foster responds to Jim Wells 'Sinn Féin not welcome in unionist town' tweet: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Westminster 2017 – North Belfast: Irish News
John Manley

Battle lines drawn but who will win South Belfast?: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Westminster Analysis – Polling day can't come soon enough: Irish News
John Manley

Why the most depressing thing about Northern Ireland's tribal politics is that it's being driven by young people: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Don't Mention Anti-Catholicism in The North: (from the Irish Echo)
Sean McManus

There's only one party who could save Theresa May in a hung parliament: The Independent
Michael Hugh Walker

It's time to start paying attention to Northern Ireland's 18 MPs: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Corbyn went out on limb with Provos all the time, claims peer: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit is more pressing issue than Corbyn's Sinn Féin meetings 30 years ago: Irish News
Allison Morris

I served in Northern Ireland – and Corbyn's understanding of the Troubles has been proven right by history: MorningStarOnline.co.uk
Richard Rudkin

Labour's wriggling over its past meetings with terrorists is enough to make your hair curl, no matter what Abbott says: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Foster repeatedly declines to rule out briefly stepping aside as First Minister: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP Irish funding U-turn on Twitter 'inappropriate' says campaigner: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

UDA-linked magazine urges support for DUP candidates: Irish News
Allison Morris

'All paramilitaries should disband,' says DUP's Foster: BBC
Gareth Gordon

DUP chief Foster met UDA boss days after loyalist murder in Bangor: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Second arrest in Colin Horner murder investigation: Carrick Times

Man linked to loyalist feud has curfew relaxed so he can have 'social life': Larne Times

Unionists 'alarmed' as Alliance chooses Lord Mayor at the centre of an Ombudsman probe: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Police Federation calls for right to challenge ombudsman: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Police Ombudsman rejects Police Federation claims of a 'witch hunt' against officers: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Victim of today's attack is linked to INLA bomber and cartel associate Johnny Keogh: Sunday World

Campbell blasts the Sinn Féin 'hypocrisy': Londonderry Sentinel

Former gun-runner and POW John Crawley says IRA Volunteer George McBrearty stood resolutely at the 'tip of the spear' in struggle for United Ireland: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Pub bombers could finally be named and shamed at inquest – QC: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Inquest into IRA Birmingham pub bombings could redetermine 'guilt or innocence' of Six, coroner told: Irish News
Richard Vernalls

Kingsmills suspect 'travelled in same bus', court hears: BBC
David Maxwell

Kingsmills probe manpower 'totally inadequate' inquest hears: The News Letter

DUP proposes public holidays as part of Northern Ireland centenary celebrations: The News Letter

Northern Ireland corporation tax will be decided at Westminster, says Paisley: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Flanagan believes 'messy' Brexit outcome can be avoided: The Irish Times



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