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Friday, June 30

Northern Ireland power-sharing talks extended after deadline passes: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Restoring power-sharing is "possible and achievable" say British and Irish governments: ITV

Sinn Féin and the DUP hit out at each other after talks deadline passes: Irish News
Claire Simpson

SDLP and Alliance issued joint statement during Stormont talks: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Northern Ireland could return to direct rule from Westminster: Belfast Telegraph

Ulster-Scots can't be equated to Irish language – DUP founder: The News Letter

Irish language revival key objective of PIRA – Allister: The News Letter

Stormont talks – No-one surprised as the DUP-SF marriage of convenience fails to make it up the aisl: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'I'm a Protestant, and she's a Catholic:' Belfast friends worry over political stalemate: CBC
Margaret Evans

Clock runs down on yet another Stormont deadline: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Unclear what Brokenshire will do as deadline is missed: The News Letter
Sam McBride and David Young

Stormont crisis: So much for deadlines – show goes on, as does the usual blame game: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

It has to be asked if Northern Ireland is simply ungovernable: Irish News
Martin O'Brien

North's elastic deadlines stretched as parties fail to agree: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Major risks for DUP, as well as for Sinn Féin, in any form of direct rule: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stormont crisis – More talks, fresh elections, or direct rule... the unenviable options that face Brokenshire: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

We've been talking about peace for 25 years, but still don't understand what we're saying to each other: Irish News
Alex Kane

DUP losing battle for Irish-free zone: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Patience is wearing thin with Northern Ireland's parties: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Commons passes Queen's Speech with the support of the DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Gavin Cordon, Arj Singh and Sam Lister

Any unionism worthy of the name will care what the rest of the UK thinks about us: The News Letter
Carl McClean

Outrage as Loyalists paint kerbs outside Holy Cross primary: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

SF are very keen on equality... so how come they think that they're more equal than everyone else?: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

DUP motion to change flag policy rejected by Mid Ulster Council: Tyrone Times

Sinn Féin MP hits out at cherry picker 'blocking road to erect flags': Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

IRA victim slams 'double standards' over memorials: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Hoods store bonfire material under tower block homes in New Lodge: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Anger over Virgin Mary image on Northern Ireland shopfront: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Rodgers – 'Headstrong' bonfire builders need to listen to reason to avert danger: The News Letter

Participants reminded Twelfth is 'not about the bottle': Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Colin Horner murder – Two accused with 'strong link to UDA' appear in court: Belfast Telegraph

Donaldson family's plea over ex-MI5 agent's journal: BBC
Vincent Kearney

DUP secures Tory support to seek Libyan terror payouts: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Pub bombings families face fresh wait to see if suspects will be named at new inquest: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Family of teen killed by soldier allowed to challenge decision not to prosecute: ITV

Audit office report is a reminder of the scale of RHI scandal: The News Letter
Editorial

Human rights commission appeals NI abortion ruling: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Pro-life groups shocked by Tory abortion pledge: The News Letter

Abortion ruling by British government, a major test of newly formed DUP/ Conservative party alliance: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

British intelligence services could be forced to disclose secret activities in legal challenge: The Independent
Chloe Farand

'I was disgusted' – Complaints over 'Vulgar Victoria' posters placed around Cork: TheJournal.ie
Hayley Halpin

Bruton still needs legal approval for baptism barrier ban: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Thursday, June 29

Power-sharing talks – Northern Ireland has until 4pm to avoid return of direct rule: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

DUP tells Republic of Ireland to back off as talks deadline looms: The News Letter

SF calls for 'energy' in drive to reach Stormont deal: ITV

NIO silent on alternatives to Stormont deal: Irish News
John Manley

Talks to bring back Assembly go on but Irish Language Act is still final obstacle: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Irish language has all the protections it needs – Empey: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Sinn Féin reject Peter Robinson's claim that Tony Blair duped republicans over Irish language act: Irish News

Only 'stand-alone' legislation will satisfy Irish-speaking body: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Ulster-Scots 'forgotten in some ways': BBC
Robbie Meredith

As we play waiting game, parties plough on in bid to strike a deal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Northern Ireland power-sharing talks on course for failure: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Reversal of fortunes changes the dynamic at Stormont: Irish News
Allison Morris

That whooshing sound you hear is just another talks deadline going by: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

DUP right to stand up to Dublin's meddling in NI: The News Letter
Editorial

Theresa May refuses to answer SNP's DUP deal question: BBC

'He's a nationalist, not a unionist!' May delivers fiery SNP slap down over Tory-DUP deal: Daily Express
Joe Barnes and Darren Hunt

DUP deal – SNP threatens formal dispute with UK Government over £1bn Northern Irish cash injection: The Independent
Katrine Bussey

Tories have started calling DUP MPs their 'honourable friends': Irish News
Andrew Woodcock

DUP help Tories defeat bid to scrap public sector pay cap and recruit more police: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Wheeler

DUP MPs 'worth more than Ronaldo' after Theresa May's desperate deal, says MP: Daily Mirror
Mikey Smith

Stop saying Northern Ireland doesn't deserve the £1bn given to us by Theresa May – it's long overdue: The Independent
Michael Hugh Walker

Veteran behind protest group hails 'great victory' over Military Covenant: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Minister indicates NI will form part of anti-terror review: The News Letter

Wages cap – Sinn Féin say public service workers are 'first victims' of DUP and Tory deal: Belfast Telegraph

The DUP's deal with the Conservatives is not a bribe – it will strengthen all of Britain: Daily Telegraph
Nigel Dodds

Theresa May's DUP deal could put confidence back into provincial Britain: The Guardian
Simon Jenkins

Dodds silences Commons sniping with plea on behalf of vulnerable constituents: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Reality for SF is that national identity is not swayed by Brexit: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Leo Varadkar – It will be 'extremely difficult' to maintain open border after Brexit: Irish Mirror
Padraig Halpin

Springfield residents meet Parades Commission: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Judges back decision not to disclose full dossier on UVF murder of Bobby Moffett: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

'Widespread concern' as flags appear across region: The News Letter

Police carry out searches in connection with George Gilmore and Mark Gourley murder investigations: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Police probe after shots fired at republican funeral: Belfast Telegraph

Masked men fire shots at republican funeral: The News Letter

Pub bombings decision day: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Coroner to hold "witness surgery" over British army killing: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Foyle MP urges local people to attend equal marriage rally: Derry Journal

Liam Neeson backs calls for marriage equality in Northern Ireland: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Court to rule if Northern Ireland abortion laws violate human rights: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Marching Against The DUP: Huffington Post
Fran Springfield

Catholic grip on education being slowly loosened: The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Ex-Celtic player sorry for Linfield laser claims: Derry Journal

Britain warned Ireland against 'opportunistic' Brexit attack on City: Daily Telegraph
Peter Foster

Battle of Bannockburn event turns sour after Irish Republican band turns up: Scottish Daily Record

Wednesday, June 28

Northern Ireland's devolution deadline nears: News.Sky.com
David Blevins

Crunch talks held at Stormont as parties bid to thrash out powersharing deal: The News Letter
David Young

Stormont talks deadline 'remains achievable', Brokenshire says: Belfast Telegraph

Trump asks Taoiseach for clarity on Northern Ireland peace process: Newstalk.com
Fionnuala Jones

Stormont talks – DUP's Poots suggest parallel process might be on the cards: Belfast Telegraph
Sue Doherty

DUP say SF needs to 'knuckle down' in negotiations: The News Letter

Sinn Féin – DUP are not budging in talks: The News Letter

Majority of NI voters want reform of Stormont, according to latest polling: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

These are the six stumbling blocks halting an agreement at Stormont: Belfast Live
David Young

Tony Blair deceived Sinn Féin on Irish language at St Andrews, says ex-DUP chief Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Robinson – SF should be prepared to promote Ulster Scots culture: The News Letter

Irish Language Act hampering Northern Ireland power-sharing: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Peter Robinson signals approval for Irish language law: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP councillors struck dumb on prospect of Irish language act: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Now Sinn Féin's turn to step up to plate for greater good and do deal on Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

DUP trying to sell Irish language act U-turn as a victory: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Court to review policy on Ireland border poll: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Fresh uproar as it's revealed Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell will headline speeches at mass demonstration against DUP Saturday: Irish News
Harry Cole and Matt Dathan

Victims group hits out at DUP/Tory deal on legacy amid fears of side deals: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Scots ministers escalate dispute over Tory-DUP deal funds: BBC

Commons speaker rejects SNP request to debate £1 billion DUP deal: The News Letter
Richard Wheeler

Welsh Minister Carwyn Jones hits out at deal that 'kills idea of fair funding for nations and regions': The National (Scotland)
Kathleen Nutt

Orange Order dismisses speculation over parading 'side deal' in DUP-Tory pact: Irish News
John Manley

The DUP must not let this Tory deal damage the Good Friday agreement: The Guardian
Gerry Adams

DUP look smug as they put Sinn Féin on the spot: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

As any Muppet can tell you, Gerry Adams – it isn't easy being green: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

DUP/Tory deal is horribly bad for Sinn Féin: Irish News
Brian Feeney

DUP road cash will leave Ireland more 'united': Irish Independent
Paul Melia

Why the single biggest obstacle to the creation of a 32-county united Ireland is... Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Revealed – How many UUP voters support talks about DUP merger?: Belfast Telegraph

Troubled past – the paramilitary connection that still haunts the DUP: The Guardian
Ian Cobain

Daily Mirror challenged by DUP over 'crackpot' headlines: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

'Wrong on so many levels' – Daily Mail's DUP cartoon sparks outrage online: Irish Independent
Sasha Brady

Lampooning English Press cartoonists should really learn where to draw the line: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McGimpsey

Border fears will push UK towards softer Brexit – Hogan: Irish Independent
Sarah Collins

DUP pledge funds for shared housing projects days after party is criticised over response to UVF flags: Irish News
Connla Young

Loyalist village wants banner of UVF murderer put back up, claims residents' association member: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Belfast City Council won't say if chief knew about bonfire pallets storage: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Two arrests in PSNI murder bid probe: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

PSNI clear 10 of 317 paramilitary-style 'punishment' attacks: Irish News
Andrew Madden

MLA sorry for jumping the gun on RHI papers: Belfast Telegraph

Own goal for ex-Celtic player Miller who was mistaken about 'snipers' at Linfield's Windsor Park ground: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Linfield hit back at "hysterical" press articles ahead of potential Celtic clash: The News Letter

Nicola Sturgeon puts IndyRef2 on hold as she tells Holyrood she will now focus on influencing Brexit: Scottish Daily Record
Andy Philip

Orange Order walk – Major Glasgow streets to be closed on July 1 for procession: The Herald
Aftab Ali

Tuesday, June 27

Jeremy Corbyn – Tory-DUP deal 'not in the national interest' and only helps Theresa May cling to power: The Independent
Samuel Osborne

Michael Fallon defends £1bn DUP deal amid backlash: The Guardian
Peter Walker and Anushka Asthana

DUP's opponents say Tory deal is not blank cheque for hard Brexit: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Fears DUP could demand MORE cash in two years as part of 'grubby' pact to prop up Theresa May: Irish Mirror
Jason Beattie and Dan Bloom

Tory-DUP deal equivalent of '£500 per person in NI': ITV

Adams – Assembly will ensure cash shared fairly: The News Letter

Tory-DUP deal pledges regional cash windfall but welcomes not universal: Irish News
John Manley

Scottish and Welsh leaders blast 'grubby' deal between UK Government and DUP: The Herald
Michael Settle

DUP are 'milder form of Ku Klux Klan', says George Galloway: The Independent
Harriet Agerholm

Opposition to DUP deal 'hypocrisy of the highest order' Nigel Dodds says: The News Letter

Language on legacy 'odious': Irish News
Connla Young

Sinn Féin to 'resolutely oppose' any preferential treatment for British soldiers: Belfast Telegraph

DUP-Tory pact offers mere 'platitudes' about police and military – TUV: The News Letter

No mention of the Irish border in DUP's Tory deal: TheJournal.ie
Paul Hosford

Pressure on Sinn Féin to compromise as DUP seal £1bn deal with Tories: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Just first course of what DUP envisages as a lengthy meal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Another gamble? Theresa May's £1bn deal with DUP carries many risks: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Package of support can provide impetus to help Northern Ireland Executive move forward: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

DUP £1.5bn deal is a good one but who gets to spend it?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

How long will DUP prop up May and Tories?: ITV
Robert Preston

Who is Arlene Foster, the DUP leader and new power holding Theresa May's leadership together?: The Independent
Lucy Pasha-Robinson

DUP deal has saved May's skin for now – at cost of much unease: Irish Independent
John Downing

This shoddy DUP deal will ultimately cost Theresa May far more than £1bn: The Guardian
Martin Kettle

Theresa May in survival mode as she does a deal with unloved DUP: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Jeremy Corbyn and anti-DUP stripper did a fantastic job in livening up my Saturday: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Arlene Foster's focus on cash not sash is a win-win for DUP and all of Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

The Guardian view on the Tory-DUP deal – Theresa May is in denial: The Guardian
Editorial

A good deal for Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Editorial

DUP has bought PM time but her government is fatally weakened: The Herald
Editorial

DUP give a politics masterclass – May pays £1bn price for power: Irish Examiner
Editorial

A hopeful day for NI after a promising DUP-Tory deal is sealed: The News Letter
Editorial

DUP deal with Tories will put pressure on Sinn Féin: Irish News
Editorial

Juncker adviser rejects special status for North: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Pressure mounts on Northern Ireland parties to seize day, re-establish Executive and reap all benefits of windfall: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Stormont talks – Simon Coveney warns time 'running out': BBC

The generous Tory-DUP deal will need stability to be successful: Irish News
John Manley

If Stormont is to be restored, Sinn Féin will have to go back much humbler than when they exited...: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Dissidents 'blooding' teens for even worse violent acts: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Image of weapons found in republican-dominated Belfast district: The News Letter

Guns seized 'similar' to those used in paramilitary-style attacks: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Split rocks dissident group as 23 members walk out in protest against Belfast leadership: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Man arrested after UVF banner of murderer Somerville is removed from outside primary school: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Colin Horner shooting – Mechanic's garage used as "staging post" for a loyalist feud killing, court hears: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

New IRA-Libya compensation bill makes its first appearance: The News Letter

Duo hit during fatal shooting of Marian Brown had to cower by wall, inquest hears: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

Monday, June 26

Tories and the DUP reach £1bn deal to prop up minority government: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Anushka Asthana

'We share many values' – Theresa May signs deal with Arlene Foster's DUP to support a minority UK government: Irish Independent

DUP deal will make the Tories the nasty party again, says Lord Patten: Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

DUP-Tory deal – Here's what the £1.5billion package is to provide: Belfast Live
Chris Sherrard

Tory-DUP deal – Why are the Northern Irish unionists so controversial?: The Independent
Lucy Pasha-Robinson

Who is Arlene Foster? Democratic Unionist Party leader and former First Minister of Northern Ireland: The Sun
Patrick Knox

DUP will work to deliver for people who put trust in party: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

The Conservative-DUP deal is great news for the DUP, but bad news for Theresa May: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

DUP less focused on Stormont as Westminster talks drag on: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Church leaders in power-sharing plea to NI politicians: BBC

NI bill of rights not outstanding issue, says gay UUP councillor: The News Letter

'Removal of flags not responsibility of PSNI': Larne Times

After years of peace we seem incapable of outgrowing cultural boundaries: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Just when Northern Ireland needs humility, all we are likely to see is hubris: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

No matter what happens this week, there is no escaping our nightmare: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Davis suggests 'invisible border' in Ireland after Brexit: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Demographics are shifting towards a united Ireland – we must have a plan: Belfast Telegraph
David McWilliams

A socialist challenge in the North of Ireland: Socialist Worker
Todd Chretien

Sinn Féin 'flouting election rules in North', says PBP: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Sinn Féin urged to move on from 'violent past' as MP McCallion praises IRA volunteers: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Belfast council refuses to replace bonfire pallets stolen from storage: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Belfast council's fingers burnt over involvement in bonfire fiasco (Jun 24): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Serious questions about where the UVF will go in future: The News Letter
Aaron Edwards

UVF poster 'an example of terrorist idolatry': The News Letter

Man shot in the legs in North Belfast: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Two men arrested over paramilitary style shooting in North Belfast: Irish News

Armed dissidents blamed for brutal attack on Derry teen: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Gardai quiz Real IRA man over shooting of Hutch Pal 'Mago': Herald.ie
Robin Schiller

Lone wolf terrorist who pretended to be a Swedish model bragged of her attempt to murder police officers on Twitter and Facebook: Daily Mail
Alex Matthews and Keiligh Baker

Barr welcomes help and support for Armed Forces veterans: Banbridge Leader

Papers alleging British Army waterboarding in NI uncovered: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Seamus Ruddy tortured and murdered over links to Lebanese arms deal: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ex-soldier faces trial over death of innocent man shot in the back in Northern Ireland field: Belfast Telegraph

Women in NI shouldn't pay for abortions – McDonnell: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Hayhurst

Leo Varadkar pledges to press case for NI same-sex marriage: BBC

We must support our LGBT brothers and sisters in NI: The Irish Times
Una Mullally

'27 states have Irish interests at heart': Irish Independent
Sarah Collins

Celtic are right not to take tickets for the Champions League game with Linfield that nobody wants (Jun 24): Scottish Sun
Bill Leckie

Ayrshire dad brands ex a 'dirty Orange b*****d' in row over son's Celtic top (Jun 22): Scottish Daily Record
Edwin Lawrence

SNP's soft Brexit quest leaves independence in strange place: The Herald
David Torrance

Constitutional wrangling puts devolution at crossroads (Jun 20): The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Sunday, June 25

Adams – Rights and respect key to 'convincing unionists' on Irish unity: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

We need new approach to convince unionists about united Ireland, says Gerry Adams: Belfast Live
David Young

Northern Ireland stuck in a hokey-cokey union: The Sunday Times
Conor Brady

'We're not dinosaurs' insist DUP Westminster power brokers: News.Sky.com

Scotland and Wales will not automatically get more funding from the Tories multi million pound deal with the DUP: Sunday Telegraph
Ben Riley-Smith

Ulster's DUP want a 21-mile bridge linking Northern Ireland with Scotland: Daily Mail

If legal challenge blocks DUP-Tory deal, constitutional crisis will ensue: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Women's march – Activists protest against Conservative deal with DUP: The Independent
May Bulman

Nelson McCausland – DUP is a fairly compassionate party (Jun 12): Irish News
Susan Thompson

Watching DUP play kingmakers of UK politics best done from behind couch (Jun 10): Irish Independent
David McWilliams

Dinosaur chasers betray their guilty consciences over DUP hunt: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Top UUP figures – we still believe in liberal unionism (Jun 10): The News Letter

Calls for more control after DAERA Queen tweet (Jun 20): Irish News
Connla Young

Living in the shadows ... peace wall stories brought to life by new project in east Belfast (Jun 23): Belfast Telegraph
Christine Carrigan

Public art replaces Union flag and pole in Co Derry town (Jun 10): Irish News
Connla Young

Whiterock parade passes off peacefully: ITV

Questions need answered over Belfast council's involvement in storing pallets linked to controversial bonfires: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

The reality is that identity matters and always will (Jun 23): Irish News
Alex Kane

The wounds of history (May 19): RTE
Tommie Gorman

Border trails show IRA's campaign of 'ethnic cleansing': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Essays raise further doubts about the legacy inquest plans (Jun 7): The News Letter
Editorial

This charity has been building peace in Northern Ireland for nearly 40 years: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Sheila Langan

The Protestant minister who has extended a warm welcome to local priest to celebrate Mass in his church: Belfast Telegraph
John Meagher

Shameful hounding of Tim Farron proves there's nothing so illiberal as the liberal-Left (Jun 22): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Unrealistic to expect politicians to separate their faith from who they are (Jun 19): Irish News
Tom Kelly

New Sinn Féin MP McCallion attends WWI service (Jun 12): Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Celtic supporters' club in Brendan Rodgers' hometown urges fans NOT to risk their safety by travelling to Linfield clash: Scottish Sun
Chris Doyle

We can't be neutral on terrorism – Varadkar (Jun 23): Irish Independent
John Downing and Sarah Collins

State can look at North citizenship only after Brexit decisions (Jun 24): The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Northern farmers buying up land in Republic due to Brexit (Jun 21): Irish Independent
Jim O'Brien

EU Cross Border funding for Carlingford Lough (Jun 14): Dundalk Democrat
Donard McCabe

Brexit will not affect Derry-Dublin road upgrade, Transport Minister says (May 31): Irish Independent

Brexit – Hard border in Ireland is biggest fear among frontier folk of Tyrone: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Only that woman from the DUP can save us from Brexit now: The Guardian
Stewart Lee

Brexit could turn to 'bromance' if British voters get a second chance: Sunday Independent
Ann Fitzgerald

An Irish solution to an Irish problem on Border (Jun 23): Irish Independent
Editorial

London stumbles towards the exit (Jun 23): The Irish Times
Editorial

Brexit changes Scottish independence context, says games firm boss: The Herald

Andrew Bovie – 'What drives me ultimately is protecting the Union': Aberdeen Press and Journal

Militant Irish Republican group plan Scottish rally to recruit new supporters: Scottish Daily Record
Norman Silvester

Saturday, June 24

Man legally challenging deal with Tories vows to go all way: The News Letter
Sam McBride

MLA Beattie calls for calm heads over military covenant row: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Shadow chancellor calls for transparent Tory/DUP deal: ITV

Anti-DUP march to take place in London today: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Dear England – Here's who the DUP are: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Hardball DUP tactics in Tory talks could one day rebound on unionism: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

DUP's talks with Tories 'a distraction for Stormont': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

'Little evidence of progress' at Stormont – Alliance Party: BBC

Expect Sinn Féin to wait until autumn before saving Stormont: Irish News
Newton Emerson

DUP acknowledges Irish language act costs are 'reasonable': Irish News
John Manley

DUP quiet over claim Poots said Irish language Act costs 'reasonable': Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

Colum Eastwood considered quitting after losing all SDLP MPs: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Brexit – Solution needed for Irish border 'now': BBC
John Campbell

Border in the Irish Sea is 'only solution': Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Simon Coveney's emphatic insistence on 'special status' and an 'invisible border' welcomed by Martina Anderson: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Residents attend protest rally against UVF flags in south Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

UVF victim 'forced to relive horror of dad's death' as killer celebrated: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Tyrone tribute to UVF murderer Wesley Somerville removed: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Independent probe into council bonfire fiasco: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Council told loyalist paramilitaries behind theft of almost 3,000 pallets from unsecured site: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Bonfire anger – Sandy Row residents in uproar over pallets loss: Belfast Telegraph
Christine Carrigan

Belfast council staff 'fearing for safety' after bonfire pallets theft: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Storage of Belfast bonfire pallets to be probed by council: BBC

Press barred from bonfire pallet controversy meeting: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

UVF supergrass Gary Haggarty gets life for five murders and 195 terror offences: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Supergrass trial – Police ignored Gary Haggarty's warning and let my son die: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Gary Haggarty – Victim's son says killer 'shouldn't see daylight': Irish News

Who were 'Supergrass' Gary Haggarty's five murder victims?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Victims' relatives vent anger over police informer 'who was allowed to kill at will': Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Collusion runs through the Haggarty case from start to finish: Irish News
Allison Morris

Geordie Gilmore – PSNI receive second anonymous letter containing vital information: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Ivor Bell trial decision delayed in Jean McConville murder case: Irish News
David Young

Decision over Ivor Bell trial delayed until Autumn: ITV

Marian Brown – Ex-Army officer gives shooting account: BBC
Kevin Sharkey

Soldier on duty when Marian Brown shot dead accused of inventing gunmen story: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Northern Irish women deserve equality. That's why I'm challenging abortion law: The Guardian
Stella Creasy

Presbyterian church slams trend of 'illiberal liberals': The News Letter

Champions League – Celtic won't take tickets for potential Linfield trip: BBC

Celtic fans angry as Hoops turn down tickets for potential Linfield clash: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Celtic fans plan Linfield trip despite ticket embargo: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

'If we go back to a hard border, I might as well forget about it': Irish Independent
Claire Mc Cormack

Friday, June 23

Military Covenant 'part of DUP-Tory deal': BBC
Vincent Kearney

DUP-Tory deal facing Sinn Féin backlash over military covenant: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP hold secret talks with Labour and Lib Dems in bid to heap pressure on Theresa May to accept their spending demands: The Sun
Matt Dathan

Tories edging closer to a desperate deal with the DUP: Daily Mirror
Ben Glaze

'It's completely stupid... utter crap' – Stephen Rea doesn't hold back on Tory DUP deal: Irish Independent
Kirsty Blake Knox

'Time running out' for Stormont talks – Sinn Féin: BBC

Instead of chasing the moonbeam of Irish unity, SF should restore Stormont: The News Letter
John Cushnahan

Brexit Border talks complicated by delay in resumption of Northern Executive: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Brexit – Irish Prime Minister says 'door remains open' for UK to stay in EU: The Independent
Joe Watts

Coveney reveals his plan for invisible Border with North: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Frictionless border desire of businesses across island of Ireland – CBI: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

What can the North learn from a small German-Swiss town?: The Irish Times
Derek Scally

Why a special deal for Republic and the North is vital in the world beyond Brexit: Irish Independent
Leslie Budd

How does the Irish border affect the Brexit talks? (Jun 21): The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

UDA's political wing defends DUP election endorsement (Jun 14): Irish News
Allison Morris

SDLP's Attwood still drawing £55k pay despite losing his job as MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Half of Belfast bonfire site pallets in storage owned by supply-chain firm (Jun 22): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Féin – Ratepayers should sue Belfast council for bonfire pallets storage: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

3,000 bonfire pallets stolen in raid on Belfast council depot: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

What is an Orangeman?: iNews.co.uk
Karl McDonald

Call for PSNI to remove UVF tribute banner in Co Tyrone: Irish News
Connla Young

Rally protesting against flying of flags in South Belfast planned: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Flying paramilitary flags, like UVF banners in Belfast, is menacing attempt to exert control over vulnerable communities: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

South Belfast flags row underlines Stormont's insincerity over shared space: Irish News
William Scholes

Controlled explosion carried out on viable device in Co Derry: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Anger as bomb puts residents out of their homes: The News Letter

Gary Haggarty pleads guilty to 200 terrorism offences: Belfast Live
David Young

Boreland murder – Three men to stand trial accused of destroying car: The News Letter

IRA compensation bill is set to be heard early next week: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Marian Brown inquest – Army patrol 'came under attack': BBC

Parents of Provo shot by RUC in legal bid to quash inquest ruling: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Call for 'more robust' response to hate crime in NI: ITV

Ex-Ulster BNP race hate boss does u-turn in online peace message: Sunday World
Steven Moore

Paddy Clancy on how Catholic and Protestant communities have given Ireland cause to celebrate: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Brexit – Irish passport office needed in Belfast, says Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph

Rise in numbers of visitors to North from Republic: The Irish Times

Frank Cushnahan tried to get Attorney General to take the media to court: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Not even Britain seems to be clear on its Brexit position: Irish Examiner
Jim Power

Life of former US ambassador Dan Rooney celebrated in Dublin (Jun 20): The Irish Times
Elaine Edwards

Celtic's potential Champions League trip to Linfield pencilled in for July 14: The Herald

Linfield fans react to new date for potential Celtic match: BBC
Kevin Sharkey

Thursday, June 22

May warned to end austerity if she wants DUP support: The News Letter
Richard Wheeler

DUP says deal with Tories 95% complete: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

'We are no pushover' – very good chance of DUP deal with UK by next Thursday: Irish Independent
Guy Faulconbridge

DUP broke off talks with Tories for 36 hours this week as they demand £2billion for Northern Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope

DUP's Sir Jeffrey Donaldson plays down reports of £2bn request to Tories: BBC

Weakened Tories good news for Libya-IRA victims – Empey: The News Letter

DUP fuming after Green MP Caroline Lucas calls them dinosaurs: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Calling the DUP 'dinosaurs' is allowed – Commons speaker: The News Letter

Can the DUP prop up a short-dated prime minister?: ITV
Robert Preston

Showering Tory-DUP cash on unreformed public services may be of little long-term benefit to NI: The News Letter
Esmond Birnie

Decisions to make for the UK kingmaker: Irish Examiner
Mary C Murphy

It is surprising that there is no word yet on a DUP-Tory deal: The News Letter
Editorial

May's Brexit flip-flop does little to instil confidence: Irish News
John Manley

Northern Ireland emerges as the thorniest issue in Brexit talks: Politico.eu
Charlie Cooper

Tory-DUP talks holding Stormont to ransom, says SDLP's Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SDLP leader predicts deal to restore Stormont by autumn: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Féin rubbishes SDLP claims of imminent deal with the DUP: Irish News
John Manley

Housing wait for Catholics shows need for equality policy – SF: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Equality and rights hold the key to restoration of power-sharing Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Daithi McKay

Unionist outrage at name change: Londonderry Sentinel

DUP fined £4000 for errors in Assembly election spending details: The News Letter

Confederate flag is removed: Ulster Star
Neill Cobain

DUP MP says there is 'no demand' for removing terror flags flying in her constituency: The Independent
Harriet Agerholm

Emma Little Pengelly urged to call for Ormeau flags removal: Irish News
Connla Young

Nationalist residents call off Whiterock parade protest: Irish News
Connla Young

Belfast council storing 2,500 pallets for another bonfire site: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Dissident Republican denies undercar bomb attack on Catholic police officer: Belfast Live
John Cassidy

Sentence handed to 'long wolf' bomber is not long enough, says sister of Stuart Downes: Irish News
Allison Morris

Marian Brown – Ex-pathologist says 'no certainty' over fatal bullet: BBC

'Day of Reflection' held to acknowledge hurt and pain of Troubles: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Government silent on whether anti-terror measures include NI: The News Letter

I'm a feminist, a leftist and a republican but I don't think the pro-life DUP is anti-woman: The News Letter
Anne McCloskey

Linfield and Celtic discuss possible July 13 Champions League qualifier: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Tom Boyd insists Celtic are entitled to take their ticket allocation in Belfast: The Herald
Alison McConnell

New date needed for Linfield/Celtic tie: Irish News
Editorial

Justifiable concerns won't spoil big game: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Brexit report overturns data on Northern Ireland trade with the EU: TheDetail.tv
Niall McCracken

How a hard Brexit could cost Ireland 49,000 jobs and €200m a year: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie and John Mulligan

Theresa May says Scottish parliament may be able to vote on Brexit plans: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

SNP fury at post-Brexit 'power grab' as Theresa May and Nicole Sturgeon head for constitutional collision course: Scottish Daily Record
David Clegg

It's looking increasingly like Nicola Sturgeon hasn't got the foggiest idea what to do about IndyRef2 (Jun 21): Scottish Sun
Editorial

Wednesday, June 21

DUP issues warning as Tories now look to Lib Dems for majority: Irish Independent
David Young and Colm Kelpie

Tory-DUP deal thrown into fresh doubt as deputy PM Damian Green says agreement only a 'possibility': The Independent
Rob Merrick

DUP says it 'can't be taken for granted', putting Tory deal in doubt: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Andrew Sparrow

DUP tells Theresa May to 'cut deal now or run cap in hand for next five years': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Tory-DUP pact under threat as Theresa May faces possible legal challenge over Good Friday Agreement: The Independent
Lucy Pasha-Robinson

SF says any DUP-Tory deal must not undermine politics in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP slow to come to ailing May's aid: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP sources – Number 10 in 'chaos': Channel4.com
Gary Gibbon

DUP may pay a high price for supporting Tories: Irish News
Jim Gibney

The values of the DUP are far removed from mainstream UK, writes Professor Roy Foster: London Evening Standard
Roy Foster

'Things can quickly run out of control' – Ex-Irish President Mary McAleese on dealing with a divided country: Daily Telegraph
Peter Stanford

Sinn Féin adamant Foster cannot be first minister: The News Letter

Fears main focus of Sinn Féin and DUP not on Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

May's Brexit flip-flop does little to instil confidence: Irish News
John Manley

SF banked on an Assembly poll in October – DUP's electoral comeback has changed all that: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Sinn Féin will play the long game as chaos reigns in British politics: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Why southern nationalists sneering at Northern Irish unionists is beyond the pale: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Local remedies to legacy issues and unmet needs of victims must be a priority: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

Careful examination of the SHA legacy structures is needed: The News Letter
Editorial

Foster's letter to Scottish Government on same-sex marriage disclosed: ITV

Foster 'must apologise' for gay marriage letter: The News Letter

Orange Order refused access to Springfield Road: Belfast Media

Whiterock parade ruling 'rewards republican intransigence and bad behaviour': The News Letter

Visit of civil rights icon is criticised by DUP MP: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

DUP's Pengelly slammed over 'let it be' attitude to terrorist flags in mixed estate: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

'Abide by the protocol' says DUP: Banbridge Leader

Calls to remove Confederate flag in Lisburn: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

MLA John Dallat lodges complaint with police over parade 'attack': The News Letter

Lone wolf Northern Irish terrorist, 31, who pretended to be a Swedish model to entrap men into helping her plot to murder police officers is jailed for 16 years: Daily Mail
Keiligh Baker

Cop speaks out on night Christine Connor tried to kill them: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Facebook page used by Christine Connor still being hosted online: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

'Lone wolf' bomber Christine Connor is from a republican family and lived a deluded fantasy: Irish News
Allison Morris

Brothers caught making bomb in shed jailed: Mayo News

'SuperProd' is all at sea: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Omagh bomber wants Dublin to pay for prison inspection in Lithuania: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Continuity IRA rocked by child sex abuse claims: Sunday World
Patricia Devlin

Marian Brown soldiers 'thought they were being shot at': BBC

Londoners seek Irish passports to secure European connection: BBC
Tara Mills

There'll be trouble if Celtic come to Belfast on Twelfth, say locals: Belfast Telegraph
Christine Carrigan

Scottish riot cops on stand-by to head to Northern Ireland for Celtic's potential clash against Linfield: Scottish Sun
Gordon Tait

Tueday, June 20

Coveney – We must protect North deal: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Irish border deal 'may be at end of Brexit talks': Belfast Telegraph
David Hughes

Louth's Gerry Adams says Taoiseach must bring fresh approach: Dundalk Democrat
Donard McCabe

Victims group to put pressure on parties over Northern Ireland legacy issues: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Numbers game shows DUP and SF are commandeering centre ground: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Is the price of an amnesty for the security forces just too high to contemplate?: Belfast Telegraph
Kieran McEvoy

Varadkar – Tory-DUP deal not threat to Good Friday Agreement: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton and Patrick Smyth

Stormont talks – Urgent need to restore devolution says Coveney: BBC

Talks to strike deal with DUP 'ongoing', says Downing Street: The News Letter

Theresa May pledges to publish the details of any Tory-DUP deal amid concerns over the cost: The Independent
Rob Merrick

NI Tories' chairman 'quite happy' at PM's talks with the DUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Time to stay calm: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

As DUP deal with Theresa May there's a sense of politics having to change: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Taoiseach Leo Varadkar says border between Northern Ireland and the Republic must be "invisible": Irish Mirror
Craig Hughes

British and Irish governments 'committed' to work on common Brexit goals: ITV

Taoiseach raises prospect of UK row-back on Brexit plan: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn and Niall O'Connor

Brexit – 72% of Northern Ireland's 16-year-olds would vote 'remain', survey reveals: Belfast Telegraph
Sue Doherty

Northern Ireland now emerging as pivotal issue in Brexit talks: Irish Independent
Sarah Collins

Our future with Brexit will be shaped by events in London and Belfast: Irish Independent
John Downing

Leo meets Theresa May – It was never going to be about small talk: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

SDLP showed 'disrespect' and 'bizarre' judgment: quitting councillors: The News Letter

Catholics waiting six months longer to be housed than Protestants in Northern Ireland – report: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Whiterock parade barred from marching through Workman Avenue gate: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Ban on Whiterock parade passing Belfast peace line is branded 'ridiculous': Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

John Dallat 'drove against flow' of Kilrea parade: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Emma Little Pengelly sees no demand to remove UVF flags: BBC

Anger as vandals destroy Newry cenotaph wreaths: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

Republican 'lone wolf' who used model's photo to lure man into police murder plot will be sentenced today: Irish Independent
Deborah McAleese

Monaghan man to be sentenced for IRA membership: Sunday World

DUP say 'all paramilitary flags' should be removed amid concern over UVF flags in shared neighbourhood: Irish News
Connla Young

Call for the removal of UVF and Israeli flags in Kilkeel: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Colin Horner murder suspect Ryan Smyth refused bail: Belfast Live
Deborah McAleese

Cheung murderers needed money to 'pay off drug debt to paramilitaries' – court told: Ballymena Times

Belfast man recalls night pregnant teen girlfriend Marian Brown was shot dead in 1972: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Relatives of Troubles' victims meet with outgoing Irish Ambassador: The Cross Examiner

833 Irish passport applications from NI in a day: Belfast Telegraph
Gordon Deegan

Shock as 'Orangemen' march through street in West Belfast: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Gay marriage in Northern Ireland should be permitted, says Taoiseach Varadkar: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Celtic could face Northern Ireland side Linfield in Champions League qualifier, sparking major security worries: Daily Telegraph
Roddy Forsyth

Celtic v Linfield – Fans excited and also apprehensive ahead of possible dream match: Belfast Telegraph
Christine Carrigan

Monday, June 19

Leo Varadkar meets Theresa May as he aims to renew Ireland's close bond with UK: The News Letter

Varadkar to meet British PM as Brexit talks begin in Brussels: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan, Patrick Smyth and Amanda Ferguson

Arlene Foster's DUP leadership could scupper powersharing talks, Sinn Féin warns: Belfast Telegraph

Stormont hopes fade as Sinn Féin claims DUP living in a 'fools paradise': Irish News
Allison Morris

Eastwood – Two weeks enough time to strike Stormont deal: The News Letter

Labour want figures for all deals struck between DUP and Tories: Belfast Telegraph
Lizzy Buchan

McCausland – Cultural Marxism misrepresented DUP: The News Letter

The DUP policies you might not know – from a vast bridge to a new holiday (Jun 16): The News Letter
Sam McBride

The real test of any DUP deal is what Ireland gets out of it: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

We should all fear Theresa May's deal with DUP: Yorkshire Post
George McManus

Demonising the DUP disgraces the Irish Republic: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

'No 10' needs to realise it's a small state and no longer No 1 (Jun 16): Irish Examiner
Alison O'Connor

This deal with the DUP is just another sign of the Tory disregard for women's rights (Jun 13): New Statesman

Britain Fears a Culture War. But Evangelicals Aren't Going to Fight. (Jun 16): Christianity Today
Andrea C. Hatcher

John Major knows exactly how delicate the balance of Northern Irish politics is. Theresa May should listen to him (Jun 13): The Independent
Editorial

DUP must stand up and silence the critics (Jun 13): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Thrown by the election result, Gerry Adams realises he has painted himself into a corner: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Despite Tory weakness, we can rule out Sinn Féin taking Westminster seats: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Former special adviser in unprecedented comment talks 'tactics': Irish News
Allison Morris

DUP wants out of EU customs union, says Ian Paisley jnr: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Brexit could be a matter of life or death for Northern Ireland: EuroNews.com
Robert Hackwill

Ex-spin doctor – UUP Virgin Cola of politics, no one is buying it: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

MLA Dallat's car attack claim challenged by marshal: BBC

Cost of policing loyalist feud in Carrickfergus tops £2 million: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Support is urged for police forced to move home due to threats (Jun 17): Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Sinn Féin MLA slams 'threatening' visit to North Belfast man: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Pay and you're OK – Top dealers left off list of shame (Jun 16): Belfast Media

Loyalist pastor Alan Campbell condemned for racist and sectarian views dies at 67 (Jun 15): Belfast Telegraph

SDLP suffers new blow as City Hall trio quits party in abortion row: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Protestants share their church with Catholics: Sunday Independent
Patsy McArdle

Taoiseach and Irish groups locked in that old céilí dance: The Irish Times
Pól Ó Muirí

London's Irish embassy hit by record rush for citizenship: Irish Independent
Gordon Deegan

DUP deal with Tories 'could speed up corporation tax devolution to NI' (Jun 13): Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Brexit must not jeopardise Altnagelvin service that saved 27 Donegal lives in first nine months – Dr. John Woods (Jun 16): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Europe may offer 'soft Brexit' and let UK stay in Single Market, hints German Foreign Minister: The Independent
Joe Watts

Ireland must push for an EU 'Brexit fund': Irish Independent
Editorial

Sunday, June 18

IRA victims may get MILLIONS of pounds in compensation as part of DUP deal to keep Theresa May and Tories in power: The Sun
David Wooding

DUP has position of 'opportunity and responsibility' in talks with Conservatives – NI Chamber president: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Orange Order says it has made no demands of the DUP (Jun 13): Irish News
Allison Morris

Celebrity atheist Richard Dawkins and Stonewall chief among DUP critics (Jun 13): Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Those besmirching DUP clearly haven't read our manifesto (Jun 13): Belfast Telegraph
Simon Hamilton

DUP's crush on Britain will end badly (Jun 16): The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Will local politics suffer as a result of Tory DUP coalition?: Impartial Reporter
Shona Morrison

Prime Minister Theresa May didn't deserve vicious abuse... and we in Northern Ireland shouldn't be sneered at either: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

What next in the series of extraordinary events?: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Gerry Adams preparing supporters for a Stormont return (Jun 17): Irish News
Newton Emerson

General Election 2017 – What now for SDLP and Ulster Unionists?: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

'It would be dreadful to go back' – communities living in fear of a return to the old ways: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Bonfire material burned at two sites in South Belfast: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Council wrong to facilitate notorious bonfire (Jun 16): Irish News
Editorial

SDLP's John Dallat has car kicked and thumped by mob during loyalist parade: Belfast Telegraph

Man due in court tomorrow charged with murder of Colin Horner: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Former IRA 'blanket man' to launch jail cancer case (Jun 16): Irish News
Connla Young

Rev. Jesse Jackson lays wreath at Martin McGuinness' grave (Jun 15): Derry Journal

'Disappeared' teacher Seamus Ruddy's killers cut off life of wholesome qualities, funeral hears: Sunday Independent
David Young

Tories and unionists need to stand firm and reject anti-state Troubles probes imbalance: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Corbyn's understanding of Ireland's "Troubles" proven right by history (Jun 16): People's World
Richard Rudkin

Shankill bomb victim's mum never got over daughter's loss, say family (Jun 13): Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Nicola Sturgeon urged to do more to help Scottish victims of IRA (Jun 17): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Presbyterian Church may as well insert the word 'Free', so far to the Right has it travelled: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Most of Northern Ireland strongly backs abortion law reform, survey finds: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Let's talk about the DUP and women's rights: Gulf Today
Sarah Ditum

To pile in on DUP about abortion seems glib and opportunistic (Jun 13): Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

The Tories and the DUP – Why it's complete waste of time for Theresa May to chase the religious right in the UK (Jun 13): Christianity Today
Andrea Hatcher

Varadkar leaves Galway and the Gaeltacht in the ha'penny place: Galway Independent

Leo Varadkar, Ireland's Fortunate Son: The Nation
Margaret Spillane

No extra cash for Scotland from DUP deal (Jun 16): The Herald
Kate Devlin

Lodge Life – Fermanagh Twelfth to be broadcast live on BBC (Jun 15): The News Letter

A glimpse of what our post-Brexit border could look like – Swiss cheese: Irish Independent
Kim Bielenberg

British people have changed their minds on Brexit, poll finds: The Independent
Chris Baynes

Reverse Brexit – Scots should unite, expert says: The Herald
Brian Donnelly

Meet the DUP – staunch friends of Israel thrust into the spotlight: Jewish Chronicle
Marcus Dysch

Saturday, June 17

Sinn Féin urge new Taoiseach Leo Varadkar to call for vote on Irish unity: Irish Mirror
James Ward

First major post-Brexit survey shows no surge in support for Irish unity: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP will support Conservative's Queen's Speech: BBC
Mark Devenport

Michelle Gildernew – New MP slams Theresa May as a "messer-upper": Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Arlene Foster – It takes two to tango and we're ready to dance: Belfast Live
Brian Hutton

Adams slams DUP for 'failing to show up' at vital Stormont talks: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Varadkar confident of powersharing deal in Northern Ireland: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

'They think we're backward' – how voters in Northern Ireland see Theresa May's DUP deal: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

How will the DUP exercise its new-found power?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP promises to use pact with Conservatives to tone down austerity: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Jessica Elgot

Arlene Foster – An Ulsterwoman with the keys to power: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Two Northern-Ireland-born writers on their fears but also hopes for Theresa May's deal with the DUP: WalesOnline.co.uk
Cathy Owen and David Williamson

Northern Ireland is stuck in the same old political rut: CNN
Nic Robertson

DUP's increased influence increases chances of Stormont's resurrection: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Are the English Fit to Govern Themselves?: New York Times
Fintan O'Toole

Ireland is back on the menu in Westminster: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Parties facing up to the fact that all the political moves have been played: Irish News
Newton Emerson

After this election, the Northern Ireland Question returns: New Statesman
John Bew

Britain's future depends on a party made in the destructive image of Ian Paisley: The Guardian
Ian Jack

It's not the first time the Tories have been forced into bed with Unionists – and this long alliance is troubling: The Independent
Robert Fisk

Corbyn's soaring popularity shows the risks facing the DUP: The News Letter
Editorial

DUP leader calls for 'sensible Brexit': ITV

'What kind of Irish leader would swear loyalty to the English Queen?': TheJournal.ie
Gerry Adams

Fermanagh south Tyrone – More people voting along polarised lines: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Unionism is spooked by 'radical and uncalled for' boundary change plans: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Voter fraud endemic since the foundation of Northern Ireland – study: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Daughter of Loughinisland victim vows to represent all as Sinn Féin MLA: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ulster loyalist Willie Frazer visits Dundalk to confront Gerry Adams: TalkoftheTown.ie

Threats 'force police to move home', says PSNI: BBC

Jesse Jackson's 'one sided' visit to Londonderry queried: Londonderry Sentinel

United Communities area 'covered' in UVF flags in broad daylight: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Housing body helped in Belfast council storage of bonfire pallets: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Funeral of 'Disappeared' victim Seamus Ruddy to be held: Belfast Telegraph

Orange Order leader Harold Gracey thanked Billy Wright for UVF Drumcree support: Irish News
Connla Young

Ex-soldier in bid to have charges over 1974 killing ditched: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Decision not to prosecute soldier who killed Derry boy Daniel Hegarty 'perverse', court told: Belfast Telegraph

Tributes to former Crumlin Road Gaol IRA commander and poisoning target Tommy Roberts: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

40 mourners pay their last respects at funeral of controversial loyalist pastor: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Orange Order to mark opening of heritage centre in Limavady: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Archbishop Eamon Martin – Pope Francis visit to north would be hugely symbolic: Irish News
Joanne Sweeney

Barring Northern Irish women from NHS abortions is no technicality – it's a deeply political act: New Statesman
Sian Norris

Co Fermanagh's Ryan McCluskey pokes fun at DUP on Twitter: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Ambitious e-border plan can help keep trade flowing: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

How Ireland's new Prime Minister Leo Varadkar embodies social change: BBC
Chris Page

Friday, June 16

'No deadline' for DUP-Tory deal says Nigel Dodds: BBC

Tory-DUP 'grubby deal' must be transparent, insists Nicola Sturgeon: The Herald

Adam Price demands Wales also gets windfall if DUP win cash for Northern Ireland: WalesOnline.co.uk
David Williamson

Owen Smith to be made shadow Northern Ireland secretary (Jun 14): New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

'Murph families' concern at possibility of 'dirty deal' between Foster and May: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Downing Street meetings were political theatre without any drama: Irish News
John Manley

Managing DUP mavericks could prove to be party's sternest test (Jun 14): Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

One Political Career Is Not Worth All This: Esquire.com
Charles P Pierce

Last Thursday was a very good day indeed for the DUP, for the Union and for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

I have long battled with the DUP over gay rights, but I do not find them hostile now (Jun 13): The News Letter
Jeff Dudgeon

DUP should pin down commitments that will outlast this temporary political arrangement: Irish Catholic
Martin Mansergh

DUP deal with May could boost chances of reviving Stormont Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

No, bringing in the DUP will not shatter peace in Northern Ireland. Here's why...: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

When dust settles, DUP will have chance to set record straight (Jun 13): The News Letter
Editorial

Gerry Adams tells Theresa May DUP deal puts her in breach of Good Friday Agreement: The Independent
Tom Peck

Time running out to salvage NI powersharing, warns PM: The News Letter
David Young and Gavin Cordon

Leo Varadkar to meet with DUP and Sinn Féin separately as Westminster rule in North looms: TheJournal.ie
Paul Hosford

UUP leader Robin Swann – Bringing in Stormont talks chair 'a waste of time': The News Letter

Arlene Foster has performed an impressive act of political self-reinvention, while Gerry Adams reduced to parroting empty slogans about Irish unity: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Strengthened DUP makes restoration of the executive more likely: Irish News
Alex Kane

So, Gerry Adams, tell us – Whatever happened to 'Smash Stormont'?: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Boundary changes could make Sinn Féin biggest party in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

General election 2017 – Foyle 'vote fraud' investigated: BBC
Enda McClafferty

SDLP's Mark H Durkan to meet PSNI over Foyle voting fraud: The News Letter

Colm Gildernew nominated to fill his sister Michelle's Assembly role: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Elliott vows to stay in politics: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Key Trimble lieutenant quits 'amateurish' UUP after 35 years: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Féin bears Queen no ill will, says Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Belfast council to hand over stored bonfire pallets to firm claiming ownership: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Féin seeks to block return of pallets and 'facilitation of illegal bonfire' by Belfast City Council: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin – parades call 'beggars belief': Portadown Times

UVF flags put up in mixed area: Irish News
Connla Young

Orangeman John Aughey found guilty of injuring teen girl after driving over her: Belfast Live
Michael Donnelly

John Aughey was prominent Orangeman during Ardoyne parading dispute: Irish News

Elisha McCallion raises Tony Taylor case at Downing Street: Derry Journal

Man arrested for semtex attack on PSNI: The News Letter

Mullan – Rev. Jesse Jackson compares Martin McGuinness to MLK and Mandela: Derry Journal

The SNP is not doing all that it can to help us uncover the IRA murderers of three Scottish soldiers: The News Letter
Matt Jury

Equality probe into Irish language grants and community halls funding decisions: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Top music streaming sites pull 'disgusting' UDA album: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

UK 'committed to close and special partnership with Republic post-Brexit' – May tells Varadkar: Irish Independent
David Young

Theresa May's failure could work in Ireland's favour: Irish Examiner
Jim Power



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