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Saturday, June 30

Victims divided over SF chief's Royal handshake: The News Letter

Sinn Féin Councillor blasts McGuinness handshake: Donegal Democrat

McGuinness on warpath at party's London reception: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Handshake will mean nothing without action: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Handshake symbolises Northern Ireland's new politics (Jun 27): BBC
Mark Simpson

A handshake for peace, but discord in Northern Ireland remains: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Sanders

Behold the Home Rule handshake: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Monarch's efforts to heal old wounds seals deal (Jun 28): Irish Examiner
Steven McCaffery

If McGuinness and queen can move on, so can we (Jun 28): Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

The Handshake was belated but not historic: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Historic handshake: Toronto Sun
Simon Kent

Act of theatre means nothing in the real world: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Are Sinn Fein brave enough to shake my hand? (Jun 27): Irish Independent
Austin Stack

All shook up: The Economist

A Handshake in Belfast: New York Times

Queen courageous facing the devil: Calgary Sun

Tension mounts as Newry gets set for Orange parade: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Head of Parades Commission can give 'no guarantee' on breaches: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Annual Drumcree parade facing up to ban number 14: Portadown Times

Arch vandalised ahead of parade: Belfast Media

McCrea launches scathing attack on UUP councillor's terrorist remarks: Mid Ulster Mail

PSNI may force out its veterans: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

'No threat' against community worker: Derry Journal

Policeman killer's uncle on bail: UTV

Sinn Fein select Gildernew replacement: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Owen Corrigan tells Smithwick Tribunal Government wanted criminal Martin Cahill killed: RTE

Historic Orange Order visit might help Seanad's cause: The Irish Times

Documentary shows how sport has power to cross sectarian divide: Newtownabbey Times

Our model of religious education limits choice (Jun 25): The Irish Times
Eoin Daly

Appeal for parades to be moved to public parks: The Herald

Friday, June 29

McGuinness hits at PM on peace process: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

McGuinness accuses Cameron of lack of engagement in North: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Martin McGuinness – Queen handshake was 'offer of friendship to unionists':
Roy Greenslade

Martin McGuinness says Queen handshake 'highly symbolic': BBC
Stephen Walker

Sinn Fein Queen handshake took 3.7 seconds but was longest of the day: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

At least the level of control would have put McGuinness at ease: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Historic handshake is right thing for peace process, says widow of officer kiled in IRA attack at Warrenpoint: Scottish Daily Record
Kevan Christie

McDonald's stance on queen 'nauseating': The Irish Times
Jimmy Walsh

Martin's 'hello, goodbye and God bless' to queen (Jun 28): Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Hand of peace is a huge step forward: Scottish Sun
Robin Galloway

One handshake but a giant leap for both parties: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Kenny

Fruits of the peace process begin to ripen: Belfast Media
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

North is a better place than it was, but the two communities are still divided by so much. (Jun 27): Irish Independent
Ed West

The sky didn't fall in on Handshake Wednesday (Jun 27): BBC
Mark Devenport

SF wasn't going to let itself misread mood again (Jun 28): Irish Independent

The Queen meets Martin McGuinness – a cruel gimmick forced on the Monarch by Cameron's government: Daily Telegraph
Peter Mullen

Will visit leave Queen shaken but not stirred?: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell


Bomb bereaved 'won't be having tea' with Glenholmes: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Silence on religious discrimination case is worrying (Jun 28): The Irish Times
David Adams

RAAD info withheld on secret service law: Londonderry Sentinel

There can be no contradictions when it comes to equality: The News Letter
Michael Shilliday

Parades Commission to rule on Crumlin parade: Ulster Star

Kinahan calls for tolerance over Crumlin Twelfth parade: Antrim Times

Fears in Crumlin ahead of march: Belfast Media

Appeal for calm after Twelfth bonfire set on fire: Antrim Times

'Zero tolerance' on paramilitary flags: Ballymoney Times

PSNI and DRD Pass The Buck On Flags: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Man charged over paramilitary shots: UTV

Sectarian abuse of Little on Twitter reported to police: Impartial Reporter

Pearse Doherty will not have to repay travel expenses: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

'Traditional' Tory views articulated by Paterson (Jun 25): The News Letter

NI peers oppose Lords reform plan: BBC
Stephen Walker

Constitutional change – Sovereignty of our people remains: Irish Examiner

Plans to limit Orange walk policing cost: The Herald

Scottish independence – Alistair Darling warns of 'no way back' (Jun 25): BBC
Brian Taylor

Thursday, June 28

Sinn Fein's McGuinness to make speech on Irish/UK relations following historic handshake with Queen: Belfast Telegraph

Clasping Hands, Ex-Guerrilla and Queen Briefly Bridge a Divide: New York Times
Alan Cowell

My goodness McGuinness!: The Sun
Jason Johnson

Republican groups criticise handshake: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Congressman Peter King on how Queen's historic handshake could lead to a United Ireland: Irish Voice/
Molly Muldoon

Queen meets McGuinness – It's a wonderful moment, says daughter injured by IRA Mountbatten bomb: Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

President says handshake 'removes an obstacle': The Irish Times
Harry McGee and Aishling Phelan

Adams – We must build on meeting: Irish Examiner
Lyndsey Telford

Protestant clergyman hails meeting: Belfast Telegraph

Another taboo broken, says First Minister: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Queen pays tribute to Irish hosts as she wears bright green outfit for peace-making mission in Belfast: Daily Mail
Deborah Arthurs

Just one handshake in 500,000: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

The Queen-McGuinness handshake – what the body language revealed:
Peter Collett

Years of bitterness banished by handshake of hope: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Queen's handshake in Northern Ireland felt across Britain: Toronto Globe and Mail
Sonia Verma

For the queen, IRA violence hit home:
Michael McGough

Royal Handshake Sealing End of 'Troubles' Upsets Some:
Harvey Morris

Path to peace marked with clasp of hands: Irish Examiner
Steven McCaffery

The handshake of history: UTV
Ken Reid

Republicans move from clenched fist to open handshake: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Why Queen handshake will show Sinn Fein's Martin is a real leader: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Martin and Ma'am: Irish Echo

Sinn Fein Royal gesture will seal move to the middle ground: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

My take on the 'historic handshake' – A cynical stunt to tighten Sinn Fein's grip on the South: Daily Mail
Mark Dooley

Martin McGuinness – from convicted terrorist to political establishment: Daily Telegraph

We can't undo the past, but we can make sure it never happens again: The Scotsman
Trevor Ringland

By shaking the Queen's hand, Martin McGuinness accepts her sovereignty:
Anthony McIntyre

I'm sorry, even in the name of peace, it was wrong to take his bloodsoaked hand: Daily Mail
Max Hastings

Sinn Fein handshake with Queen boosts the cause of peace: Belfast Telegraph

NI jubilee visits – 1977 versus now: BBC
Peter Taylor

Memories of 1977 and a 'terribly tense' royal visitor: The Independent
David McKittrick

'Leadership shown' in removal of paramilitary flags: Carrick Times

Unionists invited to Dungiven AOH: Londonderry Sentinel

Attempts to stir up tensions fail: Newtownabbey Times

Fly the Union flag with respect: The News Letter
N R Greer

Everyone's a winner before a ball is even struck at Portrush: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Rangers in crisis – Fans hold Ibrox protest: BBC

Police probe Twitter 'threats' to Rangers star Andrew Little: Scottish Daily Record
Stuart McDonald

Coventry City player Deegan's IRA tweet probed: Belfast Telegraph

Why Scotland should stay a partner in the United Kingdom:
Alistair Darling

Wednesday, June 27

Royal visit unites Enniskillen community: Irish Examiner
Steven McCaffery

Twenty-five years after IRA bombers murdered 12, the Queen receives joyous welcome in Enniskillen ahead of historic handshake with Martin McGuinness: Daily Mail
Rebecca English

A sense of coming together as many turn out to greet 'Banríon Eilís a Dó': The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Queen visits Catholic church during Enniskillen trip: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Jones, Steven McCaffery and Michael McHugh

Queen praised for Catholic church visit: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

'Historic handshake' for Queen and ex-IRA leader: The Independent
David McKittrick

Queen and Martin McGuinness to shake hands: BBC
Mark Devenport and Peter Hunt

Drama of McGuinness and queen to be staged in private: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Disgusted' at Queen meeting: Derry Journal

Positive welcome for McGuinness-Queen meeting: Derry Journal
Catherine McGinty

Handshake symbolises Northern Ireland's new politics: BBC
Mark Simpson

Handshake between Queen and McGuinness more than a gesture: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

What shaking hands with Queen Elizabeth means to Sinn Fein: Daily Telegraph
Paul Bew

Can Queen Elizabeth, ex-IRA chief Martin McGuinness shake 'The Troubles'?: National Post
Adrian Humphreys

Has anyone asked the Queen if she wants to shake hands with McGuinness? Let's hope she has disposable gloves: Daily Mail
Andrew Pierce

Shaking Hands with Murder?: National Review Online
John O'Sullivan

Arise, Sir Martin McGuinness of Londonderry: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Despite the Queen's handshake with Martin McGuinness there is little reconciliation:
Simon Jenkins

Black Mountain trouble over Queen sign: UTV

Republicans refuse to end Belfast mountain protest against Queen's visit:
Henry McDonald

Sinn Fein to appoint Megan Fearon as Stormont's youngest MLA: BBC

Culture shock for Stormont's youngest MLA, Megan Fearon: BBC
Mark Devenport

McGuinness to be Miriam's first guest: Irish Independent
Ken Sweeney

Republican vigilantes target accused drug dealers in Northern Ireland: Toronto Star
Rick Westhead

MI5 chief warns of dissident threat: Belfast Telegraph

Graffiti daubed on Orange Order arch: UTV

Wounded beneath rubble, I was sure we faced death (Jun 24): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Loughinisland relatives win aid battle: UTV

McFeely battles against jailing by court: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Scottish independence – end the Punch and Judy contest and listen to voters:
Martin Sime

Call for Jersey's independence: The Independent
Sam Lister

Tuesday, June 26

Britain's Queen Elizabeth to begin Northern Ireland visit: RTE

Queen to visit atrocity town Enniskillen today ahead of Martin McGuinness meeting: Daily Telegraph

McGuinness a Judas for meeting Queen, say ex-IRA men: (from the Ulster News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Graffiti challenge to McGuinness decision to meet the Queen: BBC

McGuinness insists he has 'support' to meet Queen: Derry Journal

McGuinness won't 'hide behind doors' on historic handshake: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Why the big fuss? Trimble's take on Sinn Fein meeting Queen: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffrey and Michael Brennan

McGuinness' 'courageous' move hailed: Derry Journal

Higgins hails historic handshake: The News Letter

Bethan Jenkins AM takes break from Twitter after McGuinness-Queen row: BBC

Queen setting the bar high for all in Northern Ireland: The Herald
Colette Douglas Home

Why Royal visit will truly be a handshake of history: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Sinn Fein woe sealed with a handshake: The News Letter
Alex Kane

The handshake and the wider context: The Irish Times

Another admirable act by McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph

I'm not the Queen – making my non-regal status clear: BBC
Mark Devenport

How stopping rioting can just be a matter of fun and games: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Crumlin residents opposed to Orange Order Twelfth plans: BBC

Local woman selected as new Sinn Fein Assembly Member: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Price move welcomed: Derry Journal

Sandy Row erases infamous UVF terror mural: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Fresh probe into Army's killing of Manus Deery (15) in 1972: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Enoch could have made it all work: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Treasury resists N Ireland corporation tax cuts plan: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Derry enjoys a revival after years of strife in Northern Ireland (Jun 24): Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Mackenzie Carpenter

'No better time for all-island economic cooperation' – Ritchie: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Grocery shopping trips to the North halved during second quarter of year: Irish Examiner
Geoff Percival

Durkan calls for stronger links: Derry Journal

Sinn Féin TD awaits outcome of €8k claim: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

'A one-way ticket to uncertainty' – Alistair Darling launches campaign against Scottish independence with rallying cry to keep the country in the UK: Daily Mail
Martin Robinson

Scottish independence – Darling ridicules Salmond's claims:
James Meikle

Monday, June 25

Queen meeting 'emotional for republicans': UTV

Sinn Fein agrees to turn queen handshake into 'Kodak moment': Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Families Of IRA Dead 'Back Queen Meeting':

The British establishment completes the decommissioning of Martin McGuinness (Jun 22): Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

Visit is expression of our desire to engage with our unionist neighbours: Irish Examiner
Gerry Adams

The Queen will do her duty with grace (Jun 23): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Ruth Dudley Edwards

It's no longer IRA-Sinn Fein – Tebbit: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Féin picks Rosie McCorley as new West Belfast MLA: BBC

Doherty tries to pay for car with his unused expenses: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Who picks up the restaurant bills, Martin?: Daily Mail
Andrew Pierce

'Working class loyalist areas need a voice': Newtownabbey Times

My wife's cruel injury robbed her of so much: The News Letter

'Terrorists should have been sought out and punished like Al Qaeda': Mid Ulster Mail

'Saville's report killed my mother': Derry Journal

Seeking the truth amid the memories: Belfast Telegraph

Higgins hopes for State visit to Britain: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

No matter what slogans say political inertia rules the day (Jun 19): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Mary and Martin McAleese to receive peace award in Tipperary next month: The Irish Times
Tom Ryan

It's wall gone wrong: Belfast Media

US link well worth it: Belfast Telegraph

McFeely bankruptcy application expedited: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

'Congress offers hope of a fresh start for church' (Jun 23): Irish Independent
Roderic Crowley

IFA must build from the bottom to keep top stars (Jun 21): Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Scottish independence – Alistair Darling warns 'no way back' after split: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Labour must weld Unionists into fighting force: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Why the union flag is flying again (Jun 21):
Owen Hatherley

Dual identity crucial to Falkland Islanders and Scottish alike (Jun 24): Scotland on Sunday
Murdo Fraser

Sunday, June 24

Allister speaks out on McGuinness meeting the Queen: Ballymena Times

'No objection' to release of McGuinness' royal meeting photo – Adams: RTE

Sinn Fein Queen meeting welcomed by President Michael D Higgins: BBC

RTE lulled by SF song and dance on Queen handshake: Sunday Independent
Brian Hayes

SF firebrand and British royal taking a risk for peace (Jun 23): Irish Independent
Maurice Hayes

Sinn Fein's 'cheap little power game' with Queen: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran & John Drennan

Handshake of history (Jun 22): Daily Telegraph

Northern Ireland politics – when a handshake speaks volumes (Jun 22):

Hope and history rhyme in a handshake: Belfast Telegraph

An overdue gesture that signals hope (Jun 23): Irish Independent

SF meeting Queen a giant leap forward (Jun 23): Irish Examiner

Republicans hold Belfast demonstration against Queen's visit: BBC

Sunday Business Post/Red C poll suggests three point drop in Sinn Féin support: RTE

SF is riding gravy train all the way to Government: Sunday Independent
Concubhar Ó Liatháin

Months of talks lead to peaceful Tour of the North: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Anger at 'paramilitary flags': Newtownabbey Times

David Ford calls for agreement on contentious flags: BBC

Maginnis accuses UUP party leader of 'gross mistake': Tyrone Times

Real IRA supplied pipe bomb that blew little PJ's fingers off: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

John Duddy joins Marian Price campaign: Derry Journal

Family gravely worried about Price after hospital move: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

A schoolgirl's campaign to free her father: Tyrone Times

If you are not part of the solution ... you are part of the problem!: Impartial Reporter
Mary Lynch

McFeely tried to save his skin, not Ireland: Sunday Independent
Julia Molony

Irish officials in talks on scholarship cut (Jun 23): The Irish Times
Georgina O'Halloran

Does the plain-Jane start of the 'No' campaign to save the Union embody a problem?: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

The currency conundrum (Jun 23): The Herald

Saturday, June 23

I.R.A. Ex-Commander to Shake Hands With Queen: New York Times
Douglas Dalby

Martin McGuinness and Queen to shake hands 'in private' during landmark meeting next week: The Independent
David McKittrick

Queen to shake hands with former IRA leader Martin McGuinness: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope

Queen's speech in Dublin catalyst for change – Adams: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Robinson says Sinn Fein right to meet Queen: BBC

Fury as Martin McGuinness agrees to shake hands with Queen in historic first meeting between senior IRA figure and monarch: Daily Mail
Daniel Martin

McGuinness-Queen talks welcomed: Belfast Telegraph

Clinton hails huge step for Anglo-Irish history: Irish Independent
Barry Duggan

A historic encounter that will push peace process politics several steps forward: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

A handshake across a chasm of hate: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Queen's handshake with former IRA leader smoothes the way ahead: The Scotsman
Craig Brown

Royal handshake will be peace process milestone Show results: The Herald
Ellen Thomas

Profile – Martin McGuiness: The Scotsman

Queen's handshake with Martin McGuinness shows deft touch:
Nicholas Watt

Calls for Murphy to face ministerial code inquiry: The News Letter

Comission hits back in Drumcree row: Portadown Times

'Keep calm' appeal over Tour parade: The News Letter

Finaghy loyalist flags are flying again: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

British-Irish Assembly draws all-party praise: The News Letter

Old Bailey bomber Marian Price 'moved to hospital': BBC

Outrage at picture of armed IRA men: (from the Ulster News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

IRA volunteers commemoration: Derry Journal

Judgement reserved in Gerry McGeough legal challenge: BBC

McGeough 'suffers pardon inequality': UTV

Claims of 'malice' after ex-garda casts doubt on Robinson rescue: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Father of UVF victim joins relatives to mark Loughinisland atrocity anniversary: Portadown Times

Storey claims bishops talk to SF but not DUP: The News Letter

Mitchell grants in doubt as US withdraws funds: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Shock as US ends funding for Mitchell Scholarship program – Attacks on Irish American community by Mitchell director Trina Vargo backfire: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

New questions on identity and Europe: The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

Friday, June 22

Armed Forces flag to fly for six days at City Hall: BBC

Armed forces flag for Belfast City Hall angers Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Flags row erupts week before Queen's visit: Impartial Reporter

Loyalists erect flags outside Catholic primary school and church in Carrick: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

DUP fury as Union flag driving licence plan may not apply to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Moseley

Sinn Fein's Martin McGuinness may meet the Queen: Daily Telegraph

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness at British-Irish talks: BBC

MPs praise British-Irish assembly: Belfast Telegraph

Only thing forum will define is a way forward: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Murphy rejects findings on NI Water job: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Relief' over DRD discrimination ruling: UTV

Tribunal findings deeply unsettling: Belfast Telegraph

Man hurt in west Belfast shooting: UTV

Mother mourns son Andrew Allen who was shot dead in republican war on drugs: The Independent
David McKittrick

Hyland claims PSNI harassment: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Invitation to Marxist 'was not a mistake': The News Letter

DUP councillor elected Mayor: Antrim Times

Twelfth parade re-routed for the first time in over 30 years: Mid Ulster Mail

Ballymurphy – track down the massacre paras: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Army 'waterboarding victim' who spent 17 years in jail is cleared of murder:
Ian Cobain

Last man to receive death sentence in Britain has conviction quashed because he was 'waterboarded to extract confession': Daily Mail
Simon Tomlinson

Ex-RUC officers 'trying to withold information' in deaths probe: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Omagh bombing civil retrial 'could mean relatives testify again': BBC

Robinson hits out at civil servants for delay on tax: Belfast Telegraph

Widespread sympathy for Rangers: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Ireland has rationalised its myths out of existence: The Irish Times
John Waters

Faith schools shouldn't get public cash – Nesbitt: The News Letter

Cross border projects get EU funding boost: Derry Journal

MPs urge RTÉ to reconsider plan to close London bureau: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Liverpool's Orange lodges and the parading season:
Declan McSweeney

Thursday, June 21

IRA still have a big say in Sinn Fein, says ex-MLA and RUC man: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Top dissident says Sinn Fein 'must be genuine' about talks: Belfast Telegraph

Violent Londonderry-based Irish republican group boasts it 'can do everything the IRA used to do': The Independent
David McKittrick

RAAD republican group threatens more PSNI attacks: BBC
Liz MacKean

32CSM claim discovery of 'tracking device': Derry Journal

Union offers best future, says Order: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness 'to greet Queen in Irish': Belfast Telegraph

Stoneyford parade conviction is overturned: Ulster Star

Council's war of words over military flag gaffe: The News Letter

Victims sit together on NI forum: UTV

Eibhlin Glenholmes 'has right to join forum': BBC

Survivors' forum looks to future: Belfast Telegraph

One in four in IRA members were informers Smithwick Tribunal told: BBC

Ex-garda says he had not known of murders: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Search for the truth may prove to be a lost cause: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Ballymurphy massacre families are told probe not in public interest: Belfast Telegraph

Campaigners angry at rejection of public inquiry into Ballymurphy deaths:
Henry McDonald

Gunned down as he left his friend's farm: The News Letter

Sinn Fein minister found guilty of discrimination:
Henry McDonald

'Religious bias' in SF minister's office: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DRD religious discrimination case 'could have ramifications': BBC

Sinn Fein under fire over Westminster expense claims: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein faces two inquiries over abuse of TDs' expenses: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

SF silent over average wage query: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Sinn Fein is set to review its salary structure for TDs: Belfast Telegraph

The 'war' is over but Sinn Fein has lost none of its ruthlessness: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Corporation tax cut 'could generate 58,000 top jobs' in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Clare Weir

Driving licences to be adorned with Union Flag to 'reinforce a sense of Britishness': Daily Mail
James Chapman

Churches fear for schools' identity: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Why are we still debating the small change of independence?: The Herald
Iain MacWhirter

Wednesday, June 20

Elliott – it appears McGuinness will meet Queen: Impartial Reporter
Sarah Saunderson

Creggan parents allege "heavy handed" policing: BBC

Dissident talks a step worth taking: Belfast Telegraph

O'Hagan poised for Council return: Derry Journal

Murphy relinquishes Assembly seat: The Cross Examiner
Christine Keighery

Billy Leonard's journey from RUC reservist to Sinn Fein MLA: BBC
Mark Devenport

IRA men 'apologise' for Frazer father's murder: The News Letter

Value of ex-garda's anti-subversive work questioned: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Smithwick Tribunal – Owen Corrigan denies he was IRA/Garda double agent: BBC

Justice minister told to reconsider Christy Walsh compensation move: BBC

Secret government papers reveal 'Motorman' plans: Derry Journal

Few minds on football as Loughinisland pays respects to massacre victims: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Ruane says Loughinisland commemorations 'successful': Newry Times
Paul Malone

Loughinisland – 18 years on, the memories of atrocity are as clear and painful as ever in village bar: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

The late Sean O'Callaghan will be commenmorated on the Square Crossmaglen on Sunday 24 June: Dundalk Democrat

Have Derry people got stranage heads?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

UUP leader's bid to silence Maginnis over gay remarks Hitler-like, says ex-party grandee: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Maginnis 'has massive support' on gay stance: The News Letter

Nesbitt falling short in his role as UUP leader: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

The party of public spectacle carries on: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

MoD asks council to fly Armed Forces flag for a week: BBC

Senior PSNI officer earns Irish award: UTV

Principal who United community gets OBE: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCann

Consultation on Prison Service's draft Employability Strategy launched (Jun 18): Londonderry Sentinel

How SF is breaking the rules on TD expenses: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

Chief Minister to attend British-Irish Council summit meeting: Isle News (Jersey)
Sam Le Quesne

Celtic fans warn SPL they will boycott games if Rangers get back into league: Scottish Daily Record
Hugh Keevins

Scottish independence – Alistair Darling challenges plans for currency union:
Severin Carrell

Independence and the church: BBC
Brian Taylor

True Wales boycotts Welsh legal jurisdiction consultation: BBC

Tuesday, June 19

Secret Troubles memo could prompt fresh legal action:
Owen Bowcott

Families claim soldiers given go ahead to shoot-to-kill: BBC
Vincent Kearney

SF 'ignore republican role in the Troubles': The News Letter

Mike Nesbitt meets Trouble's victims in Moneymore: Mid Ulster Mail

IRA victims remembered: The News Letter

Kennedy welcomes Taoiseach's commitment to discuss Kingsmills: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Saville's 'unfinished business': Derry Journal

Inquiry call to uncover Omagh 'secrets': UTV

The Torture Hypocrites: Counter Punch
Ed Moloney

Allister – Carroll murder "no more foul and wicked" than RUC killings: Dromore Leader

Carroll killers terms 'unduly lenient': UTV

UUP officers defect to Conservatives: BBC

Ulster's Tories are too conservative: The News Letter
Alex Kane

UUP peer – Nesbitt will regret gay rap: The News Letter

Politicians must explain their actions: Belfast Telegraph

Assembly cull divides Northern Ireland parties: BBC
Mark Devenport

Shaky Shinners must get Royal: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Why Martin's handshake will not cause awe in the US: Belfast Telegraph

McGinn blasts Millvale Road UVF flag: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Hoax emergency calls cost £3m: UTV

Families emotion as Irish football team mark 1994 Loughinisland atrocity: BBC

Irish soccer star McClean returns to Twitter: Derry Journal

Nama role 'very important' in Northern Ireland: BBC

A lot done – but the church is at a crossroads: Irish Independent
Garry O'Sullivan

Politics and religion – preaching to the converted: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Congress was all the better for being free of politicians: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Free Presbyterian Church of Scotland independence warning: BBC

Rangers liquidation – Club need donations to go forward, says Dave King: The Scotsman
Stephen Halliday

Leadership now of the essence as Scottish game reaches watershed: The Herald
Richard Wilson

Monday, June 18

Former Sinn Fein MLA believes Martin McGuinness will meet Queen: BBC

Sinn Fein's Anderson 'respects' unionists' links to the royals: Belfast Telegraph

TUV councillor opposed Marian Price motion: Ballymoney Times

Dissident attack claim should be 'treated with caution': Ulster Star

DUP wrong on d'Hondt says UUP's Harkness: Portadown Times

Omagh bomb victims' relatives 'have new evidence': BBC

Irish football team to mark 1994 Loughinisland atrocity: BBC

Keane backs black armbands gesture: The Kerryman

Orange Jubilee parade in London: The News Letter

McCausland challenged over special housing preference for loyalist areas:
Barry McCaffrey

Conditions must improve or City of Culture will have failed: Londonderry Sentinel

Politicians are not addressing issues that worry voters (Jun 13): Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

MLAs must read stark writing on the wall from poll (Jun 16): Belfast Telegraph
John Garry

Lord Maginnis has whip withdrawn by Ulster Unionists over gay slur: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Maginnis loses UUP whip over homosexual remarks: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Air your opinions but do not insult (Jun 14): Belfast Telegraph

Anglicans threaten rift with government over gay marriage (Jun 12): The Guardian
Ben Quinn

Faith schools can help bridge gaps in divided communities: The Irish Times
Tony Blair

Priestly sins have shaken faith of Irish Catholics, says pope: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Joyous finale as Pope's words receive standing ovation: Irish Examiner
Evelyn Ring

Without Pope, Eucharistic Congress was a pale shadow of its former self: Irish Voice/
Dáithí Ó Sé

'Cranfield Code a pertinent example of cross-border success' – Hazzard (Apr 18): Newry Times
Paul Malone

RTé signal block angers local fans: Belfast Media

European crisis could pay off for Nationalists (Jun 8): The Scotsman
George Kerevan

Irish speaker to discuss reconciliation: Gulf Daily News

Sunday, June 17

Life term for killing police should mean life – Spence: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Jennifer lands top Stormont role: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

What really went on inside DSD when DUP demanded religious breakdown of Housing Executive staff:
Barry McCaffrey

Gildernew to step down from Assembly to focus on MP role: Tyrone Times

Poll a stark warning to political leaders (Jun 15): Belfast Telegraph

Honorary degree for local MLA recognises peacebuilding efforts: Belfast Media
Stephen McVey

Silence on North A Grave Moral Lapse: (from the Irish Echo)
Sean Mc Manus

'There must be justice for victims of Loughinisland massacre' – Ritchie: Newry Times
Paul Malone

'I will never stop telling people the truth' – niece: Derry Journal

Taoiseach's promise on Kingsmills: The News Letter

Support for one Ireland football team: UTV

Council's new letterhead to include Irish: Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Faithful to fill the Park for final day of blessings: Sunday Independent
Bronagh O'Hagan

Well, just who would you like living next door to you? (Jun 14): Belfast Telegraph
Michael Wardlow

Farry – self-interest of institutions must not hold sway (Jun 4): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Will gay marriage end in divorce for church and state?: Sunday Telegraph
Cole Moreton

What does it mean to be British – and does it still matter?: The Observer
Yvonne Roberts

Fears over anti-bigotry bids (Jun 1): The Herald

Ways must be found to keep Rangers in top flight (Jun 13): The Scotsman

War of words over size of Scots Army (Jun 13): The Herald
Kate Devlin

Scottish independence – Campaigners gear up for defence of Union: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

'A federal Europe would be a step on the right path': Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Saturday, June 16

Sinn Fein considers meeting queen during jubilee tour: Irish Independent
Sarah Stack

McGuinness does not rule out queen: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Victims post for ex-prisoner could be a clever diversion: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Who is part of the problem and who is part of the solution: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

The trouble with public holidays and ill winds (Jun 14): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

SF woman hits back at remarks of 'relic': Belfast Media

Police chief wants more recruitment (Jun 14): Belfast Telegraph

Mark Harbinson loses bid to overturn abuse convitcion: BBC

Police arrest man in dissident republican probe: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Fresh bid to clear Bloody Sunday victim's name: BBC

Nail bombs 'must have been planted' – rights watchdog: Derry Journal

McFeely's UK bankruptcy order cancelled as Irish bid not revealed: Irish Independent
Shane Hickey and Louise Hogan

McFeely plays British card in failed UK bankruptcy defence: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Catholic grammar schools top performance list (Jun 13): BBC

More action and fewer words needed for our shared future (Jun 6): Belfast Telegraph
May Blood

No more free degrees for Northern Ireland students in Republic (Jun 14): Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Adams backs Narrow Water Bridge Project: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Corporation tax – Myth of consensus on cuts exposed by poll: Belfast Telegraph
Eugene McGlone

Derry's Peace One day mystery benefactor revealed: Derry Journal

Kenny touts all-island soccer team: Irish Examiner
Terry Reilly and Juno McEnroe

Brits to Provide United Front in Quest for U.S. Biz on U.K. Shores (Jun 13): Hollywood Reporter
Stuart Kemp

How Catholic Church is no longer centre stage in Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Even bishops couldn't jump the queues: The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Teachers slam SNP 'diktat' over Scottish question in English exam (Jun 10): Sunday Herald

Stop seeing separation in black and white: The Scotsman
Gerry Hassan


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