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Friday, March 31

Party meetings take place ahead of talks intensification next week: Irish News
John Manley

Lord Chief Justice raises concern over impact of Stormont crisis: ITV
Jane Loughrey

O'Neill 'putting Sinn Féin before cancer patients': The News Letter

DUP defends bid to include military covenant in 'culture act' alongside Irish language: Irish News
John Manley

Let's try a bit of truth recovery... Adams alone was responsible for pulling plug on Stormont negotiations: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

A second election would be the most polarising in my lifetime: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Gerry Adams never wastes a crisis: Prospect
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sinn Féin holding us all to ransom (Mar 28): The News Letter
Editorial

NI talks breakdown – Where there's a will, there's a way (Mar 27): The Irish Times
Editorial

Fresh thinking needed at Stormont (Mar 28): Irish News
Editorial

Righteous anger as blame game begins (Mar 27): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Dobson says unionist co-operation must not break up UUP: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Theresa May's 'tunnel vision' on Brexit 'a matter of grave concern' for SDLP: Belfast Telegraph

DUP insist they were right to ask for delay on Brexit referendum spending 'as others misrepresented facts': Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

'Northern Ireland cannot be ignored on Brexit' – McGrath: Newry Times

Corporation tax may not be devolved by April 2018 due to Stormont collapse admit government officials: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

No more clinging to coat-tails of our bigger neighbour in Europe: Irish Independent
John Downing

Good Friday is Ireland's Brexit talks ace card: Irish Examiner
Jim Power

So, how will Northern Ireland parties protect our compelling interests after Brexit?: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Ryder

Minister reveals he urged McGuinness to apologise for IRA acts before he died: Belfast Telegraph

Council probes east Belfast 'celebration event' on day of Martin McGuinness funeral: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Loyalists defend "cultural fun day" event which coincided with Martin McGuinness funeral: Irish News
John Monaghan

Sinn Féin slams council over no book of condolence for McGuinness: Newtownabbey Times
Russell Keers

Winkie Irvine's short memory on Sophie Long McGuinness tweet row: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

McGuinness funeral showed flexibility denied to many families: Irish News
Martin O'Brien

The Troubles did not find Martin McGuinness. He found them: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Brady 'concerned' ahead of major Newry band parade: Newry Times

Northern Ireland security alert sparked by BB gun: Belfast Telegraph

Second arrest over shooting at Derry bookmakers: ITV

Derry shooting victim had just served jail term for dissident bombing: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Republican facing charges over gun attack on police has bail condition relaxed: Irish News

Under-car bomb accused's bail application to attend daughter's First Communion refused: Irish News

Belfast street art takes satirical look at Eleventh bonfires: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Victim of IRA bomb in Harrods joins Survivors Forum: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Top psychiatrist – The IRA were not psychopaths, but calculating killers: The News Letter

Fermanagh GAA deny breaking rules by hosting SF event: Irish Independent
Rebecca Black

Gerry Adams overstates potential cost of RHI scandal by billions: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Garda has lessons to learn from Patten reform of North policing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gerry Adams calls on Irish government to publish Brexit 'negotiating position': Belfast Telegraph

A UK exit from EU security measures would have major impact for Ireland: Irish Independent
Declan Power

David Davis wants 'more devolution, not less' after Brexit: BBC

Scottish independence – Sturgeon to press on with referendum: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Do Scots really back Sturgeon over Brexit? The polls suggest not: The Guardian
John Curtice

SNP faces big question – what now for Nicola?: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

May cannot now preach to Scotland about self-determination: The Guardian
Nicola Sturgeon

Thursday, March 30

James Brokenshire – We want optimum deal for Northern Ireland post-Brexit: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Brexit – David Davis writes to Stormont parties: BBC
John Campbell

'We didn't cause this, but we have to deal with the reality,' says Kenny: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

SF leader renews call for special status for NI in the EU following Brexit: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Derry groups protest over Brexit 'act of savagery': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

MEPs travel to Ireland to examine full impact of Brexit: Irish Examiner

Jeremy Corbyn backs referendum on a united Ireland: The News Letter

Brexit should not undermine NI's place in UK – unionists: The News Letter

Shankill reaction – Bring on Brexit but not a united Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

PM says Tories not neutral on NI remaining part of UK: BBC

Ireland won't be a 'proxy' for UK in Brexit talks, says Flanagan: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Unique relationship with Ireland key part of Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Theresa May

It's a good day for democracy as our EU exit becomes inevitable: The News Letter
Diane Dodds

PM finally triggers Brexit and we face a long, hot summer of discontent: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Northern Ireland has our only EU border. Theresa May ignores it at her peril: The Guardian
Siobhan Fenton

England just doesn't understand the consequences of Brexit for North, says family of man killed at Border: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Triggering Article 50 begins journey into the unknown: Irish News
Editorial

An exciting time for Britain, despite the uncertainty: The News Letter
Editorial

Emails reveal DUP sought to delay release of Brexit expenses: TheDetail.tv
Niall McCracken

Adams says Sinn Féin 'has no problem' with Foster as DUP leader: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

Northern Ireland MLAs to get pay rise despite no work and call to halt salaries: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin's Gerry Adams slams Paterson over call to axe MLAs' wages: Belfast Telegraph
David Dawson

Adams – DUP Culture Act 'meaningless' proposal: The News Letter

'I sense five main parties are still keen to keep talking and form an Executive': Belfast Telegraph
James Brokenshire

Flanagan welcomes British reluctance to return to direct rule: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Fianna Fáil's Micheal Martin blasts DUP and SF for 'wasting years': Belfast Telegraph
David Dawson

Sinn Féin walk-out 'has put welfare concessions at risk': The News Letter

'We're still committed to talks that will resolve all outstanding issues': Belfast Telegraph
Michelle O'Neill

Now Sinn Féin has lost the run of itself: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Why Sinn Féin dishonoured McGuinness's political legacy by pulling the plug on talks: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Sinn Féin deny gearing up for new election with voter clinics: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Eulogising of McGuinness has re-traumatised victims, says man whose brother was murdered by the IRA: The News Letter
Ken Funston

Son of man killed by IRA urged Martin McGuinness to apologise to victims: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Ex-UDR major – We should never forget McGuinness links to murder: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Loyalist bonfires – 113 built on Housing Executive land without approval: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Man shot in both legs in Glenowen: Derry Journal

'Paramilitary threat' to teenager accused of slash attack: The News Letter

Geordie Gilmore murder – Two arrests made over killing of ex-UDA chief: Belfast Telegraph

Enda Kenny pledges support for Omagh bomb families at US capital event (Mar 24): (from the Ulster Herald)
Peter Kelly

Guildford Four man Paddy Armstrong in legacy appeal: BBC
Kevin Magee

Elliott 'confident' of Commons debate on Libya-IRA payments: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

CrimeCall reconstruction of INLA killings: Irish News
Connla Young

Woman loses fight for IRA bomb inquest: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Outrage as Guardian front page appears to show Britain stealing Donegal, Cavan, Leitrim and Monaghan for Brexit: Irish Mirror
Anita McSorley

Wednesday, March 29

Lord Hain to PM – 'Nothing more important' than keeping peace process moving: The News Letter
Jon Vale

Direct Rule from Westminster 'not an option', says Sinn Féin: The News Letter
David Young

Michelle O'Neill – Only option James Brokenshire entitled to take is to call an election: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

DUP's Nigel Dodds – Sinn Féin has decided time for devolution is over: The News Letter
Jon Vale and Lizzy Buchan

Sinn Féin's Conor Murphy – Perhaps we are still in talks, I don't know: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Stop paying politicians in North if they won't do deal, MP urges: Irish Independent
Lizzy Buchan

Northern Ireland business world 'can't afford' cost of talks failure: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Direct rule is inevitable as long as 'pragmatism' remains a dirty word: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

Don't bet on James Brokenshire saving devolution in Northern Ireland: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

James Brokenshire is out of his depth as Northern Ireland Secretary: The Spectator
Pádraig Belton

Time for DUP to accept the game's up: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Major parties can't dodge responsibility: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Article 50 – The view from Northern Ireland: BBC
John Campbell

Relative of SF MLA says party does not fund his anti-Brexit group: The News Letter

Irish situation to be explicitly recognised in Brexit move: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Ministers to protect funding for PSNI after collapse of Stormont talks: The News Letter
Lizzy Buchan

Martin was always there – patient, willing and kind: Derry Journal
Raymond McCartney

Soldier's mother – Good McGuinness did can't wipe out heartache he caused: The News Letter
Aasma Day and Philip Bradfield

Martin McGuinness – The politics of pragmatism: Irish Examiner
Kyran Fitzgerald

The Irish fight against British colonialism: Ottawa Citizen
Claire Delisle

McGuinness was a freedom fighter, not a terrorist, who negotitated peace: Irish News
Jim Gibney

The remarkable transformation of McGuinness – From ruthless paramilitary to cuddly peacemaker (Mar 25): Sunday Independent
Kim Bielenberg

DUP minister lighting bonfire 'an offence' says Stormont official: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Behind Maghaberry's walls – the prison left behind by peace (Mar 25): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Former soldier turned dissident in isolation after threats: Irish News
Allison Morris

Londonderry supergrass Gilmour 'died from natural causes' (Mar 27): The News Letter

Loyalist bonfires – 113 built on Housing Executive land without approval: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Shopping list for chemicals used in explosives found in IRA accused's house: Sunday World

Government must act to use frozen Gaddafi billions for IRA victims, says UUP MP: The News Letter

Stacking Up (Jan 16): Village
Frank Connolly

Daughter's bid for 'Good Samaritan' bomb inquest rejected: The News Letter

'Patten-like' commission to help reform scandal-hit Garda: Irish News
Brian Hutton and Ed Carty

Country should unite for 'momentous Brexit journey' – May: The News Letter

UK is drunk on sovereignty – and all puffed up with no place to go: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

A sad day alive with possibility – Britain triggers EU divorce: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Scottish parliament votes for second independence referendum: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Voters should have right to choose Brexit or independence, says Nicola Sturgeon: The Herald

Wrong to think time will bring a Yes vote: The Herald
Kenny MacAskill

PM cannot delay referendum forever: The Herald
Editorial

May facing mother of all distractions: The Scotsman
Editorial

Constitution 'no longer fit for purpose', Labour taskforce insists: Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday, March 28

Arlene Foster blames Sinn Féin as Northern Ireland talks stall: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Peter Walker

James Brokenshire – 'Short window of opportunity' exists to break Stormont deadlock: Irish Independent
Brian Hutton, David Young and Michael McHugh

Downing Street not ruling out PM Theresa May Northern Ireland visit: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Calls for independent Stormont talks chair expected to get louder: Irish News
John Manley

Adams influence not helping Stormont institutions – Donaldson: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Naomi Long: Not once have all parties been around the table together – no-one was chairing the talks: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

SDLP – 'Deal still possible': The News Letter

UUP 'yet to decide on future Executive role': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

The deadline that wasn't – Elliott hits out over talks: The News Letter

Lord Empey – Northern Ireland likely to be without government for a year: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Stormont chaos means Speaker Robin Newton keeps his £87,000 salary: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Money for nothing cannot be justified, insists Carroll: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Protesters at Stormont call for Irish Language Act as political agreement breaks down: Irish News
John Monaghan

Allister fears DUP will concede on Irish language act: The News Letter

Just four months ago Foster and McGuinness wrote in this paper that politics was changing for the better: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Brokenshire left facing some very tough decisions: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Gerry Adams and Arlene Foster may lack necessary rapport to overcome differences: Irish News
John Manley

Politicians must redeem public's faith in wake of Stormont gloom: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gerry Adams playing high-risk game that could bring final collapse of Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

With civil service rule now in place, direct rule a small step: The News Letter
Sam McBride

If Brokenshire gets it wrong, he could leave Northern Ireland even more divided: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

If Gerry Adams is hell-bent on destruction, let's make sure he takes the rap: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

O'Neill the ideal northern leader as Sinn Féin work out McGuinness legacy: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

For better or worse, unionist unity looks a matter of when, not if: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland 'can rejoin EU after Brexit if it votes for reunification': The Independent
Ashley Cowburn

May slammed for going to Scotland instead of focusing on Stormont crisis: The National (Scotland)
Kathleen Nutt

Northern Ireland 'could be one of hardest hit' Brexit regions: The Irish Times
Dan Roberts

Northern Ireland's place, in Britain and EU, has never been so uncertain: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ireland cannot block final Brexit deal even if terms not favourable: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Sinn Féin silent on Belfast election posters: The News Letter

Dissident republican factions in Maghaberry split: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

PSNI refuse to say if weapons discovered in south Belfast were used to kill: Irish News
Connla Young

Winston Rea trial 'delayed over documents stand-off': Belfast Telegraph

Man shot in the leg at bookies in Co Derry: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Ex-IRA man – Sinn Féin were never going to reveal truth: The News Letter

BBC refuses to say how many complained in wake of Martin McGuinness funeral coverage: Belfast Telegraph
Claire O'Boyle

Sister of IRA murder victim Winston Cross left outraged by the 'hero's send-off' for Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Presbyterian friend likens ex-IRA chief to Saint Paul: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

DUP criticise Causeway Council book of condolence for Martin McGuinness: Ballymena Times

'Rot in hell Marty' sign removed from Moygashel wall: Tyrone Times
Shauna Corr

Victims have shown resolve in face of 'terrorist idolatry': The News Letter

I had no love for Martin McGuinness, but I had no hate for him either: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Monday, March 27

Northern Ireland power-sharing talks break down: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Sinn Féin pull the plug on Stormont talks less than 24 hours before deadline: Irish Mirror
Ryan Smith

Sufficient progress 'not achieved to form Executive' – Foster: ITV

Eastwood – DUP hasn't heeded message from public: The News Letter

Secretary of State 'determined to see a functioning Executive in place': ITV

Elliott brands talks process as 'the worst': The News Letter

Q&A – What is going on in Northern Ireland?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionists must not be panicked by disgraceful SF tactics: The News Letter
Editorial

New election or return to direct British rule looms as Northern Ireland talks fall apart: Toronto Globe and Mail
Ian Graham

Martin McGuinness was devoted family man whose personable nature saw him extend hand of friendship to unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Daithi McKay

Martin McGuinness – a man for all seasons and all sports: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Beacom

Why Mike Nesbitt's successor must keep his vision of a non-sectarian society alive for next generation: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Third election in year looms large as Monday deadline approaches without agreement: Irish News
John Monaghan

Over 50 years he took the IRA to war, to armed peace, to politics: Irish Independent
John Downing

Martin McGuinness was a product of the hostile environment he grew up in (Mar 25): Irish Examiner
Victoria White

Time to get it right at Stormont: Irish News
Editorial

Fresh crisis in the North as Sinn Féin-DUP talks collapse: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Trimble backs Hamilton over attendance at McGuinness funeral mass: The News Letter

BBC, Tony Blair, Bill Clinton fawn over terrorist: Daily Express
Nick Ferrari

To deny Martin McGuinness was a terrorist is to belittle his long walk to peace (Mar 25): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

'Martin McGuinness left behind many widows – including myself' (Mar 25): Daily Telegraph
Radhika Sanghani

Long – Another election would be vanity project: The News Letter

Alliance is re-energised on the back of a strong election: Irish News
John Manley

Council Peace IV bid to work with 'on the runs' and others involved in Troubles: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Garda Commissioner Nóirín O'Sullivan 'should consider her position': BBC

Varadkar – Garda Commissioner is 'part of the solution not part of the problem': Irish Independent

The absence of credible policing: The Irish Times
Editorial

'If the Clintons can move on from Trump, so should we': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

United Ireland most likely option if unionists outvoted: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

A week of two terrorists – One good and one bad (Mar 25): Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Populist talk about Ireland following Britain out of EU is simply madness: Irish Independent
Charlie Flanagan

Ireland's love triangle (Mar 25): The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

No crocodile tears for language to be worn as a green nationalist sash: Irish Examiner
Victoria White

PM says Brexit-plan to 'strengthen Union' ahead of Sturgeon meeting: BBC

Tory talk of union hides soft underbelly of English nationalism: The Irish Times
Paul Goodman

Scotland was not an oppressed nation says Alex Salmond, when asked why nationalists there were never violent: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Shared values with England that Scottish independence won't change: The Herald
Kevin McKenna

The Union under threat: EU Observer
Benjamin Fox

Unionists, beware of recreating Project Fear (Mar 16): The Scotsman
Ayesha Hazarika

Indyref2 sure to be a bruising affair (Mar 16): The Scotsman
Euan McColm

Sunday, March 26

GFA needs to feature in UK EU deal and North should have a get out clause – Durkan: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

As Stormont crashes another devolution deadline, can the Churches point a way to reconciliation? (Mar 24): Irish News
William Scholes

Martin McGuinness' wife Bernie reveals "our hearts are broken": Belfast Live
Chris Sherrard

Dignitaries are asked about SF man's violent past: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

ANC – Comrade McGuinness was a trusted ally of the South African people during apartheid (Mar 24): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Victims Commissioner Judith Thompson – Why I attended McGuinness funeral and not IRA victims' service (Mar 24): Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

McGuinness Claudy atrocity questioning 'halted by politics' (Mar 23): Londonderry Sentinel

I never really disliked McGuinness, says IRA survivor: The News Letter

'I was inspired by Martin' – Michelle O'Neill: Derry Journal

Sinn Féin badly damaged by loss of Martin McGuinness: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sinn Féin is now in a strong all-Ireland position (Mar 24): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

IRA abandoned violence only when it knew it would get a tactical advantage and concessions in politics: The News Letter
Jamie Bryson

To deny Martin McGuinness was a terrorist is to belittle his long walk to peace: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

When does a terrorist become a 'freedom fighter' and statesman?: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Negotiators from Dublin found McGuinness more likeable than Adams (Mar 22): Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

McGuinness travelled a long way but his past was so ruthless it cannot be ignored: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

My friend Martin McGuinness who led his troops to the peace table: Sunday Independent
Don Mullan

He was savagely cruel, but only McGuinness could end the terror: The News Letter
Ed Moloney

Blessed are the peacemakers who did right from the very start: Sunday Independent
Fegal Keane

Martin McGuinness and the real nature of terrorism (Mar 25): The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Everyone who grew up in North faced the same stark choices: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

The Irish Mandela? You must be mad! The day his mask slipped and I saw McGuinness the monster, writes: Daily Mail
Kevin Toolis

Unpicking McGuinness legacy will take time (Mar 25): The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Northern Ireland – a little violence, perhaps?: The Telegram (St. John's)
Gwynne Dyer

From the archives: Martin McGuinness – Profile of a Provo (Mar 22): The Irish Times
Nell McCafferty

Adams milked the McGuinness funeral as our politicians folded: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

'No time to indulge prospect of another election' – Naomi Long: ITV

Robin Swann pledges to be 'champion for the union' as UUP leader: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Assembly Election 2017: Sinn Féin always the winners – UUP always going to be hit hardest (Mar 24): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Roadside bomb with command wire used in Strabane attempt to kill police (Mar 24): ITV

Man arrested over Strabane bomb attack: BBC

'They SHAFTED us!' Ireland will punish Brussels with shock EU exit, says Dublin think tank: Daily Express
Joey Millar

Query over Holyrood stance on ISIS versus IRA terror: The News Letter

Scotland could remain in Europe until IndyRef2 is held says EU report: Scottish Daily Record
Mark Aitken

Case for independence needs a proper answer to currency question (Mar 23): The Scotsman
Kenny MacAskill

With its attic full of national icons, England can't move on. Scotland can (Mar 25): The Guardian
Ian Jack

Saturday, March 25

Brokenshire – Common ground for parties as talks deadline looms: The News Letter

Charlie Flanagan sees chance to deal with legacy issues 'once and for all': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin accuses Minister of blocking families' access to justice: The News Letter
Michael McHugh and Deborah McAleese

Underfunding 'impeding' ombudsman probes: The News Letter

Talks set to continue but optimism evaporating: Irish News
John Manley

A case of 'as you were' as talks resume: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Fudge and compromise required as deadline looms: Irish News
John Manley

With all we know about terror, how can we risk Northern Ireland's peace?: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Alliance Party conference – Naomi Long says decision to walk away from Executive 'not taken lightly': Belfast Telegraph

Unionist fury is not what it used to be: Irish News
Newton Emerson

I was wrong to say Martin McGuinness funeral would be provo fest – Belfast councillor McGimpsey: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Victims' anger as their champion goes to McGuinness funeral: The News Letter
Niall Deeney and Philip Bradfield

DUP leader Arlene Foster signs condolences book for terror attack victims: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Martin McGuinness – Church explains allowing tricolour at funeral: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Martin McGuinness funeral – Orange Order silent on DUP's Simon Hamilton attending: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sophie Long quits Progressive Unionist Party: Belfast Live
Chris Sherrard

Call for immediate removal of Moygashel 'rot in hell Marty' sign: Mid Ulster Mail
Shauna Corr

Hilary Clinton moved to tears by former US president's eulogy at McGuinness funeral: Belfast Telegraph

PUP member who resigned over tweet thankful for support: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness – 'We knew he was for us and would never let us down': The Guardian
Ian Cobain

FARC says McGuinness was a 'revolutionary' and friend of the Colombian people: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

McGuinness certainly made the most of life's rare second chance: Irish Independent
Billy Keane

Why they came to pay respects to McGuinness – The mourners, young and old: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

'We don't really hate each other any more' – people of Derry on life after McGuinness: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Irish Republicans will mythologise McGuinness, their lucky general: Financial Times
Kevin Toolis

Why Martin McGuinness will be remembered for hundreds of years to come: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

Today's Terrorists, Tomorrow's Statesmen?: National Review Online
John O'Sullivan

Tebbit is wrong to say forgiveness wasn't earned: The Irish Times
Breda O'Brien

Martin McGuinness was right: there can be no return to the status quo – but what do we put in its place?: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Funeral showed parties can work together, but it will be a different Assembly we see: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

It may take next generation to point a way for Ulster's future: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Only those at war can truly seal the peace: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Martin McGuinness changed, but cannot be forgiven (Mar 22): The Scotsman
Editorial

The Guardian view on Martin McGuinness's funeral – enlarging the definition of 'us': The Guardian
Editorial

Martin McGuinness funeral – Displays of mutual respect which give us hope deal possible: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Lessons from a week of terror: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Tony Blair and his henchmen and a shameless bid to rob John Major of his brave legacy: Daily Mail
Peter Oborne

Swann to take over as Ulster Unionist leader without a contest: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Derry bonfire talks fail to reach an agreement: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

UDA commander Geordie Gilmore will take secrets of a murder spree to his grave: The Sunday Life
Sarah Henderson

Thug who nailed man to floor linked to INLA mob working for Kinahan cartel: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

Brexit – UK and EU seek alternative to hard Irish border: BBC
John Campbell

Customs controls and Border tariffs 'inevitable' after Brexit – research: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

The British are bluffing – a bad Brexit deal is better than no deal: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

Friday, March 24

Northern Ireland Secretary of State Brokenshire believes talks deal 'achievable' by Monday: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

If Theresa May refuses to take part in talks during Northern Ireland visit it'll show just how little she cares: Naomi Long: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Jeffrey Donaldson – Not right for Gerry Adams to set Stormont talks ultimatum: Belfast Telegraph

London must stand up to threats from Gerry Adams: The News Letter
Editorial

Continuing peace work must be McGuinness's legacy, insists Bill Clinton: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Arlene Foster applauded at McGuinness funeral: The News Letter

A warm welcome for DUP chief suggests she made the right call: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Foster attendance at McGuinness funeral provokes praise and outrage: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Arlene Foster's presence at Martin McGuinness funeral hugely symbolic gesture to nationalists: Belfast Telegraph
Edmund Curran

Jim Allister – 'Foster prioritising deal with SF over of victims' feelings': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

For the sake of the future Arlene Foster had to attend Martin McGuinness's funeral: Irish News
John Manley

Martin McGuinness funeral – They came from far and wide... but Arlene Foster made toughest journey: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Durkan – McGuinness more concerned about Brexit than his own health: Irish News
Catherine Wylie and Aine Fox

'He was just Martin' – Bogside reacts to McGuinness funeral: ITV

Barack Obama – Martin McGuinness had 'persistent belief' in better future: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Praise for McGuinness only adds to our pain, says victim: Banbridge Leader

Adams under fire for graveside 'freedom fighter' address: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

PUP women resigns after criticism of her McGuinness comments: Irish News
Allison Morris

TUV's Jim Allister rails at BBC for 'smearing' IRA victims: Belfast Telegraph

Death of Martin McGuinness – Book of condolence opened at Enniskillen Townhall following 'full support' from councillors: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

It ended where it all began for Martin McGuinness, as a packed Bogside accompanied him on final journey: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

The full truth has to be told about Martin McGuinness: Londonderry Sentinel
Gregory Campbell

Despite dark shadows from an IRA past, he was open, warm and likeable: Irish Independent
Brian Cowen

Martin McGuinness funeral – Anyone who'd never gone to Mass may have thought applause was standard: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Now we await the next tier of Sinn Féin 'visionaries': Irish Independent
John Downing

Ultimately, there is only one judgement of Martin McGuinness: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Martin McGuinness funeral – At the last, it was the IRA man being buried, not the mere politician: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Our divisions underlined following Martin McGuinness's death: Irish News
Alex Kane

Terror victims attend their own service as McGuinness buried: The News Letter

Will Bill Clinton spare a thought for IRA victims?: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Martin's dream of a united Ireland lives on: Belfast Media
Caoimhe Quinn

I once knew him as 'Martin' and I later depersonalised to 'McGuinness' after my own hurt got in the way: Irish Independent
Mairia Cahill

Martin McGuinness owns Derry one last time: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Martin McGuinness a divisive but key figure on long road to peace: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

More 'McGuinness moments' needed at Stormont and beyond: Irish News
Editorial

Allister – Attempt to kill police shows folly of 'lauding terrorists': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Two arrested in capital over car bomb murder attempt on PSNI man: Herald.ie
Ken Foy

John Boreland shot in the chest and then head, bail hearing is told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Police presence at loyalist funeral of George Gilmore: The News Letter

Omagh bomber fights extradition: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Brexit costs will damage, not boost case for united Ireland: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Muslim IRA victim condemns terror attack: The News Letter

Thursday, March 23

Sinn Féin oppose any extension to Stormont talks deadline: BBC

'No paramilitary trappings' at McGuinness funeral: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Arlene Foster to attend Martin McGuinness funeral Mass in Derry: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

McGuinness funeral to take place at scene of IRA-church clash: The Irish Times
George Jackson

Former US President Bill Clinton and ex British PM Tony Blair to attend Martin McGuinness' funeral: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie and Ryan Smith

Government defends 'Derry' tribute to McGuinness: The News Letter

Decision to fly Dáil Tricolour at half-mast made by Ceann Comhairle: The Irish Times
Harry McGee, Pat Leahy and Gerry Moriarty

Unionist councillors condemn books of condolence for Martin McGuinness: The News Letter

U.S. political leaders express sadness at death of Martin McGuinness: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

US State Department pays tribute to Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Allister – McGuinness goes to his grave 'having shown no remorse or regret': The News Letter

Martin McGuinness a 'statesman', says Sir Nigel Hamilton: BBC
Mark Simpson

Widow of IRA 'human bomb' victim has no forgiveness for McGuinness: The News Letter

Unionist councillor Ruth Patterson condemns 'sickening' bonfire lit to celebrate Martin McGuinness's death: Irish News
John Monaghan

Residents at unionist housing estate 'want to respect Martin McGuinness death': The News Letter
Michael McHugh

PUP members threaten resignation over Sophie Long McGuinness' condolence tweet: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Bogside proud Martin McGuinness 'was one of ours', says community worker: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

McGuinness a 'political father figure' to successor Michelle O'Neill: Belfast Telegraph

Lord Kilclooney – 'Sinn Féin need someone with the same qualities as Martin McGuinness': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Baroness Paisley felt urge to text Martin McGuinness day before his death: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness never had road to Damascus moment, says Gerry Adams: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Bloody Sunday bereaved urges adoption of Martin McGuinness' peace process mantle: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness traitor remark 'extraordinary' – Hugh Orde: BBC

Former British soldier to return medal after being 'disgusted' at tributes paid to Martin McGuinness: Irish News
John Monaghan

IRA victim's sister – McGuinness should have told truth on death bed: The News Letter

McGuinness could have answered so many of our questions – pub bomb campaigners: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Martin McGuinness death – I'll never know why my husband was used as human bomb, says Patsy Gillespie widow: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

The day Martin McGuinness banged the Lambeg Drum: The Irish Times
Alex Salmond

Northern Ireland Troubles' victims don't get garlands of peacemakers, their legacy is heartbreak: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Martin McGuinness – 'Seeing her son walking down Stormont steps with Paisley was great for my mum': Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Northern Ireland braces for uncertain new era after death of McGuinness: Toronto Globe and Mail
Conor Humphries

What happens now that Martin McGuinness is gone?: The Irish Times
Jonathan Powell

Martin inspired generations of republicans like me with his ability to transform pain into possibility: Irish Independent
Eoin Ó Broin

Having despised him, some unionists may soon be nostalgic for McGuinness: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Martin McGuinness learnt his negotiation skills in the cauldron of Derry: The Irish Times
Denis Bradley

My relationship with Martin McGuinness was unique – it was closer, more complicated and formidable than many friendships: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

Martin McGuinness' journey from gun to politics helped seal peace and British rule in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Ian Paisley

Martin McGuinness's violent past made peace in Northern Ireland possible: The Guardian
Ed Moloney

Compromise approach Martin McGuinness was lauded for may just have died along with him: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

I wanted to know if McGuinness had those 'waking in the night, bathed in the sweat of remorse' moments: Irish News
Alex Kane

Forgiving Martin McGuinness is not an act of weakness but of power: The Guardian
Suzanne Moore

A legacy of terror persists beyond politics: Irish Independent
Jim Cusack

Arlene Foster needs to muster some of Martin McGuinness's grace: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

PSNI officers 'very lucky' to survive Strabane bombing: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Police take three hours to seal off scene of Strabane attack: Irish News
Allison Morris

Attack may have been designed to hijack historic day: Irish News
Allison Morris

British Legion distances itself from Army veterans' legal campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Kenny again cites the North and Brexit as reasons to remain on as Taoiseach: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Wednesday, March 22

Government believes it can secure Brexit deal on Border: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Brexit – There will be a hard border. The only question is where?: The Irish Times
James Anderson

If Scotland leaves the U.K., will Northern Ireland be next?: America Magazine
David Stewart

If unionists are in crisis (and they are), then they are not the only ones: Belfast Telegraph
John Wilson Foster

Assembly recalled to allow politicians to reflect on life of Martin McGuinness: Belfast Live

'I'll miss Martin hugely' – Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams: ITV

Sinn Féin members carry Martin McGuinness's coffin home in Derry: ITV

Mary Lou McDonald becomes emotional during Dáil speeches on McGuinness: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Martin McGuinness – Book of condolence opens in Derry: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Martin McGuinness dies – Opinion split on Londonderry's Waterside: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness – mourners gather in Sinn Féin stonghold of West Belfast for candlelit vigil: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

A few miles apart in Belfast, two sharply contrasting reactions to death of McGuinness: The News Letter

SF needs to measure up to McGuinness legacy, says Kenny: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran and Michael O'Regan

PM hails McGuinness's 'essential contribution to journey from conflict to peace': The News Letter
Sam Lister

Northern Ireland leaders struggle with McGuinness's legacy: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Former US President Bill Clinton pays tribute to 'courageous' Martin McGuinness: Irish Post
Erica Doyle Higgins

McGuinness became peacemaker wholeheartedly – Tony Blair: The News Letter
David Hughes

Ian Paisley pays tribute to McGuinness' journey towards peace: The News Letter
David Young

David Trimble's last letter to Martin McGuinness – Many would feel 'greater optimism' if you were at the helm in current political crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Row erupts in Progressive Unionist Party over Martin McGuinness tweet: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

John and Pat Hume speak of Martin McGuinness's 'indelible print on politics in Ireland': Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Queen sending private message to Martin McGuinness' wife following death of Sinn Féin chief: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

President Michael D. Higgins pays tribute to Martin McGuinness' personal warmth, courtesy and immense contribution to peace: Derry Journal

Martin McGuinness death – I couldn't forgive him but he was sincere about making peace, says Colin Parry: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness has taken Enniskillen secrets to his grave: The News Letter
Deborah McAleese and David Young

IRA victim's sister says 'the truth died' with Martin McGuinness: The Irish Times

Shankill Road bomb victim – I believe McGuinness regretted deaths: The News Letter

IRA victim's brother highlights McGuinness' role in peace process: Ulster Star
Neill Cobain

Martin McGuinness went from one extreme to another – Jean McConville's son Michael: Belfast Telegraph

Martin McGuinness 'an example' of how to protect fragile peace process: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'A courageous political leader' – Church of Ireland Bishop pays tribute to Martin McGuinness: Derry Journal

James McClean – McGuinness 'a hero of mine': Derry Journal

Teachers' strike deferred following McGuinness' death: BBC

Police told to drop investigation into Martin McGuinness's role in 'Bloody Monday': Daily Telegraph
Patrick Sawer, Robert Mendick and Christopher Hope

Ireland knew two Martin McGuinnesses – the man of violence and the man of peace: The Irish Times

Martin McGuinness' IRA past in Derry: BBC
Vincent Kearney

The Martin McGuinness I knew: The Irish Times
Gerry Adams

Martin McGuinness was a coward who only sued for peace to save his own skin: Daily Telegraph
Norman Tebbit

How Martin McGuinness left behind the grim rhetoric of war: The Irish Times
David McKittrick

The redemption of Martin McGuinness: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

Even in death, this 'personification of war and peace' remains shrouded in secrecy: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

'He had to go into the trenches and try and build bridges and bring those people with him': Irish Examiner
Bertie Ahern

The road I travelled with Martin McGuinness: The Irish Times
Eamonn Mallie

Martin McGuinness was always content to play second fiddle to Adams: Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

Martin McGuinness – Behind the mask: The Irish Times
Kathryn Johnston

Arrest over murder of top loyalist: Belfast Telegraph
Harriet Line

Irish signs not subject to equality screening: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Ex-soldier Hutchings to face attempted GBH charge: BBC

Tuesday, March 21

Martin McGuinness, an I.R.A. Leader Turned Peacemaker, Dies at 66: New York Times
Robert D. McFadden

Martin McGuinness, former IRA commander and deputy first minister of Northern Ireland, dies at 66: Daily Telegraph
Patrick Sawer, Robert Mendick and Danny Boyle

Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams pays tribute to Martin McGuinness with Luke Kelly song: Irish Independent
Denise Calnan

Unionist leaders express condolences after death of Martin McGuinness: The News Letter

McGuinness' decade as deputy first minister: BBC

Terrorist turned Statesman – McGuinness walked political tightrope in final decade of career: Irish Independent
Clodagh Sheehy

How Martin McGuinness moved from IRA violence to mainstream politics: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Historic moment as Martin McGuinness and the Queen shook hands: Belfast Telegraph

Movie star Jane Fonda paid surprise visit to Martin McGuinness during Troubles: Irish Independent

How Martin McGuinness and Ian Paisley forged an unlikely friendship: Belfast Telegraph

Martin McGuinness – How British politicians warmed to the 'man with clear chilling eyes': The Independent
Andrew Grice

Tough-minded, abrupt, likable, human – Martin McGuinness: The Guardian
Alastair Campbell

Sinn Féin to spell out Brexit opposition to Theresa May: The News Letter
David Young

Adams urges Kenny to stand up for Ireland over Brexit: BBC

DUP sides with 70 MPs and peers to accuse BBC of 'unfair' Brexit coverage as May sets start date for talks: Belfast Telegraph

Calls for united voice on Brexit ahead of Theresa May visit: Irish News
John Manley

Could Brexit mean a referendum in Northern Ireland?: BBC
Mark Mardell

Last rites for Britain as Theresa May triggers Article 50: Irish News
Tom Collins

Theresa May to fly in, but whether she joins Stormont talks is still up in the air: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Stormont negotiations 'must ramp up in next 48 hours if deal to be done': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Little sign of progress in Stormont talks: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Mood at Stormont Castle remains positive but it's a race against time to secure a pact: Belfast Telegraph
David Dawson

Unworkable Sinn Féin demands make deal almost impossible – Wilson: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Enda Kenny has no say over direct rule, say furious unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Direct rule might be the only way out of Stormont impasse: The News Letter
Editorial

Thank you for all the laughs, Martina, and for showing us a side Sinn Féin tries to conceal: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Nesbitt's mixed messages have left UUP with most of its old problems: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Loyalists not itching for new war and to suggest otherwise is dangerous: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

'F*** the IRA' graffiti daubed at iconic dark hedges made famous by Game of Thrones: Irish Independent
Claire Williamson

Alliance sorry over IRA chanting error: The News Letter

Anger at Royal British Legion ban on veterans' campaigners: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Solider fire three times at unarmed man in Northern Ireland, court told: Plymouth Herald
Deborah McAleese

Pope would be warmly welcomed in Ireland in 2018 – Flanagan: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Far-right millionaire – I'll use social media network to back Scottish independence: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Celtic chief Brian Wilson – Nationalists are engaged in a "deliberate attempt to sectarianise Scottish politics": The Herald
Tom Gordon

Alex Salmond – Independent Scotland to join EFTA to get into single market more quickly: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

The Guardian view on May and Scotland – blame Brexit gambles (Mar 16): The Guardian
Editorial

Brexit can't just be for England, Theresa May must make it work for Wales too: Daily Telegraph
Rupert Myers

England's idea of unionism is not shared in the rest of UK: The Irish Times
Richard Wyn Jones

Can England avoid a meltdown of national identity?: The Guardian
Paul Mason

Monday, March 20

DUP MP Jeffrey Donaldson dismisses Taoiseach's claim of agreement on no return to direct rule: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Allister tells Dublin to 'mind its own business': The News Letter

'Last chance saloon' as Stormont talks enter third week: ITV

Unionists stuck in the past need to realise the world is changing: Irish News
Tom Kelly

UUP were big losers under PR voting system, study shows (Mar 18): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Century ago Belfast was 'anvil of the Empire' now it's ceased to be a unionist city (Mar 7): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

A United Ireland? That should be no problem, sir! (Mar 19): Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

Gerry Adams Praises Student Leadership in Campaign for Irish Unity (Mar 14): University Times
Sinéad Baker

Students at Trinity vote to remain neutral on united Ireland (Mar 16): Belfast Telegraph

What will a united Ireland stance mean?: University Observer
Eithne Dodd

Be very careful what you wish for (Mar 19): Sunday Independent
Editorial

Woman arrested and police call for calm after 'reckless' murder of prominent loyalist: TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

UDA feud shows some loyalists more equal than others: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Ireland's Call – From 'Bandit country' to Brexit's frontier: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

It is a relief that the PM has commented on legacy scandal (Mar 15): The News Letter
Editorial

Transparency is essential over RHI controversy: Irish News
Editorial

Former Northern Ireland assembly members in line for severance packages (Mar 15): Derry Now

'No severance pay off' for former press secretary David Gordon (Mar 4): Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Rules on second jobs for MPs could be changed after George Osborne's newspaper appointment: Irish News
John Monaghan

Criticism of Catholic Church descends into mob mentality as detractors rush to judgment (Mar 18): Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Trump should be shown the respect his position deserves when he visits NI... after all, we need friends in high places (Mar 18): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Toppling the chariot – again* A riddle to solve: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Secular schools best reflect reality of changing Ireland (Mar 14): The Irish Times
Lefre de Burgh

Ireland's links to Europe set to grow stronger as Brexit edges closer (Feb 28): Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Truth, lies and the implausible other dimension of the post-fact Brexiteers (Mar 19): Sunday Independent
Colm McCarthy

'No one is talking about it' – has Sturgeon misjudged mood for independence? (Mar 17): The Guardian
Matthew Engel

IndyRef2 will make the last independence referendum in 2014 look normal: Scottish Sun
Andrew Nicoll

Independence is Scotland's choice. May should let them get on with it (Mar 17): The Guardian
Simon Jenkins

Brexit casts a long shadow over Sturgeon's indyref2 (Mar 16): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Referendum delay may suit Sturgeon (Mar 17): The Herald
Editorial

NI mother bringing lessons of our peace process to Colombia: The News Letter

Sunday, March 19

Political stability in Northern Ireland is 'UK responsibility': BBC

Adams is the bearded Farage and SF is now Ireland's Ukip: Sunday Independent
Willie O'Dea

Stark Catholic-Protestant population change suggests Union is not be as safe as some people say: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Election was followed by loose talk of nationalism winning: The News Letter
Austen Morgan

If ever a united Ireland is to come to pass, we must all be utterly fearless: Sunday Independent
Fergal Keane

Reunification is inevitable and the EU can help: The Irish Times
Bernie Duffy

Flying kites for a united Ireland only raises old tribal tensions: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Sinn Féin can no longer claim ownership of Irish unity: The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

UUP and DUP offer visions for a Protestant-minority NI: The News Letter

Why Stormont Senate is once again scene of heated debate: Belfast Telegraph
Eddie McIlwaine

Mid Ulster Unionists in "proud" tribute to outgoing MLA Sandra Overend: Tyrone Times

Mike Nesbitt 'in denial' over his SDLP vote transfer call – DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

PSNI plans STG20m cuts from April amid political uncertainty: ITV

Police should have better things to do than raiding offices for abortion pills: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Mother of 11-year-old shooting victim Francis Rowntree has died (Mar 16): Irish News
Claire Simpson

Yanis Varoufakis: The IRA was terrorism – but so was the campaign of the British Army: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Flying the flag for Commonwealth Day: Ulster Star

Poll – DUP concern at plan for Irish signs on Derry buses: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Irish – is it time to declare a language emergency?: Galway Advertiser
Ronnie O'Gorman

All-island voting for President would be a big mistake: Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

St Patrick could yet be unifying figure in Northern Ireland's struggle with the past (Mar 17): Belfast Telegraph
Martin O'Brien

There's still a green seam to be mined in White House: Sunday Independent
Kevin Doyle

Why Trump is the first US President the Irish aren't rooting for (but try stopping our politicians visiting for St Patrick's Day): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

'My new friend' – Donald Trump and Enda Kenny (Mar 18): The Irish Times
Editorial

The leave fanatics will have their hard Brexit – even if the price is the union: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Nicola Sturgeon 'heading for extreme independence outside British single market', Gordon Brown warns: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Ruth Davidson – 'Scots do not want a referendum': BBC

Prime Minister calls for unity at Welsh conference: South Wales Argus
Rob Owen

English nationalism is rising – but hard Brexit is not the way to assuage it: The Observer
Michael Kenny

Brexit unleashed an English nationalism that has damaged the union with Scotland for good: The Independent
Patrick Cockburn

Scottish Independence Can Wait: New York Times
Editorial

DUP MP Jeffrey Donaldson dismisses Taoiseach's claim of agreement on no return to direct rule: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Saturday, March 18

Enda Kenny and Theresa May 'rule out return to direct rule in NI': Irish News
David Young

Alliance says deal is doable but others are not so optimistic: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Enda Kenny and Theresa May united – Direct rule not an option if talks end in failure: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Peace campaigner priest hopeful of Stormont agreement before deadline: Irish Catholic
Mags Gargan

Catholic population set to dwarf Protestants in years ahead: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Mary McAleese – Brexit could create fresh division in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Ireland 'won't be following UK in quitting the European Union': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Exploring shape of post-Brexit Ireland: The Irish Times
Editorial

No reason to doubt Arlene Foster is innocent in RHI scandal, says Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

The list helps paint a picture but the inquiry will get to the heart of the scandal: Irish News
John Manley

Trump set to visit in 2019 says Ian Paisley: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

'We will be there for you'... words uttered by Trump that signal glorious chance to reset clock on NI/US relationship: Belfast Telegraph
Ian Paisley

Howlin says he will not attend events if Trump visits Ireland: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke and Suzanne Lynch

Kenny walks fine line as he plays to two different audiences in DC: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Whatever we feel about Trump, his Irish visit is a necessary evil in the world of realpolitik: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

A visit by President Trump would prove quite a coup: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Trump pays tribute to that most Ulster of US presidents: The News Letter
Editorial

Mr Trump comes to Ireland, courtesy of his new friend Enda: Irish Independent
Editorial

TSA gives Sinn Féin leader Gerry Adams a rude farewell: Washington Examiner
John Siciliano

Locals in lucky escape after two pipe bomb blasts in Bushmills: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Loyalist link to Bushmills pipe bomb attacks: Irish News
Allison Morris

Man charged with attempted murder of former leading loyalist, Darren Moore: The News Letter

Expect more PSNI platitudes after UDA feud killing: Irish News
Newton Emerson

I'll not be wearing my chain, insists Sinn Féin mayor criticised over 1916 event: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Mike Nesbitt: I caused hurt by not supporting law change on gay marriage – but I do now: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Border poll – 'Nationalists will say the recent Assembly elections show things are trending in their direction': TheJournal.ie
Caoimhín De Barra

Jail for IRA man caught with half-tonne of fertiliser in van as he headed to 'drinking session': TheJournal.ie
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Nail-gun brute is big player in 'New INLA' and feared enforcer: Herald.ie
Ken Foy

Families of IRA men Martin McCaughey and Dessie Grew take inquest verdict fight to Supreme Court: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Police a step closer to catching UDA killers in 1987 murder of Lorraine McCausland: Sunday World
Roisin Gorman

Arlene Foster hits out at Dublin's stalling over Kingsmill files: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Irish Language Act is 'essential' says principal of Irish language school in Dungiven: Derry Journal

MP's unease that top director plans new Maze escape movie: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little and David Young

Enda Kenny to stay 'until North crisis is resolved': Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith and Elaine Loughlin

A history of partition and Europe's role: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Our Patron Saint has done us proud, but have we done the same for him?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

'Very serious' decline in number becoming priests in Ireland: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Taoiseach blows out Mary Robinson's light: The Irish Times
John McManus

Gordon Brown pushes 'patriotic' third option for Scotland after Brexit: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

'Referendumb' billboard unveiled by pro-Union activists as SNP gather for party conference in Aberdeen: Scottish Daily Record
Tony Clerkson

Indyref2 discussion is doomed to be disaster of dumbing-down drivel: The Scotsman
Kirsty McGunn

Scotland could abandon currency union with UK, says Alex Salmond: Financial Times
Henry Mance

Friday, March 17

Common Travel Area can survive Brexit, says David Davis: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

British rule out Irish border posts on leaving EU: Derry Journal

Allister welcomes UK government's 'no new barriers' pledge post-Brexit: The News Letter

Brexit minister's 'free-flowing border' remarks branded laughable: Irish News

Creating hi-tech Irish border system 'won't be easy': BBC
Mark Devenport

George Mitchell warns against return of hard Border: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Ireland and Brexit negotiations – Deal-makers toy with our future: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Enda Kenny was a good friend of Northern Ireland...his successor as Taoiseach has big boots to fill: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Brokenshire is completely out of his depth (Mar 15): Irish News
Brian Feeney

Claims on NI power-sharing talks progress 'entirely misleading': The Irish Times
Pat Leahy and Amanda Ferguson

Stormont mood music appears to be good but can the parties sing from the same hymn sheet?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Compassion, not taunting, must be the ethos of the Irish talks process: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Church leaders must take tougher stance over shambles at Stormont (Mar 11): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Laugh lightly at the Tom Elliotts of this world: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Bernadette McAliskey – 'Sinn Féin's talk of border poll is game-play, it doesn't want united Ireland it can't control': Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Unionists query 'absurd' £19m cost of Irish language act for NI: The News Letter

Arlene Foster's private room not approved by election officials: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Unionists have been far too pessimistic about the Stormont election results: The News Letter
Graham Gudgin

Some big house unionists do not want a loyalist about the place: The News Letter
Jim Wilson

Irish language failures rightly damned – MLA: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Loyalist feud – Man severely beaten with baseball bats and hammers in Co Antrim pub: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie and Sarah Scott

Gilmore was part of deadly faction of UDA with long history of feuding: Irish News
Allison Morris

Killer of leading loyalist George Gilmore remains at large: Irish News
Allison Morris

Robinson criticises Anderson's 'belligerent utterance': BBC

Martina Anderson's Brexit 'rant' referred to Troubles song The Men Behind The Wire: Irish News

Connswater Greenway bonfire site being removed due to 'pride in the area' say bonfire collectors – but refuse to be drawn on where tyres come from: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Fears growing over Shankill bomber Sean Kelly's influence on New IRA after he's linked to three shootings: The Sunday Life
Sarah Henderson

Traitors' comment over Catholic judges condemned: The News Letter
Jon Vale

James Brokenshire – Legacy system 'not working for anyone': The News Letter
Jon Vale

Legacy process must focus on terrorists: The News Letter
Tom Elliott

Just a handful of northern politicians join St Patrick's Day celebrations in Washington: Irish News

Remember the other Irish on Friday: Port St. Joe (FL) Star
James Burns

Gerry Adams should be the last person to criticise Trump over attitudes to women: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Giving presidential vote to migrants is a foolish plan from a lame-duck leader going on a solo run: Irish Independent
Shane Coleman

Votes for the diaspora – A pointless distraction (Mar 15): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Tories set to snub plans for Indyref2 in bid to prevent poll for four years: Scottish Daily Record
Torcuil Crichton and David Clegg

Nicola Sturgeon can't rely on Brexit to win Scottish independence: The Guardian
John Curtice

It would be foolish to define ourselves by what we are not: The Herald
Alison Rowat

Theresa May is dragging the UK under. This time Scotland must cut the rope: The Guardian
George Monbiot

Nicola Sturgeon's move raises stakes in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Thursday, March 16

Common Travel Area can survive Brexit, says David Davis: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

British rule out Irish border posts on leaving EU: Derry Journal

Allister welcomes UK government's 'no new barriers' pledge post-Brexit: The News Letter

Brexit minister's 'free-flowing border' remarks branded laughable: Irish News

Creating hi-tech Irish border system 'won't be easy': BBC
Mark Devenport

George Mitchell warns against return of hard Border: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Ireland and Brexit negotiations – Deal-makers toy with our future: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Enda Kenny was a good friend of Northern Ireland...his successor as Taoiseach has big boots to fill: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Brokenshire is completely out of his depth (Mar 15): Irish News
Brian Feeney

Claims on NI power-sharing talks progress 'entirely misleading': The Irish Times
Pat Leahy and Amanda Ferguson

Stormont mood music appears to be good but can the parties sing from the same hymn sheet?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Compassion, not taunting, must be the ethos of the Irish talks process: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Church leaders must take tougher stance over shambles at Stormont (Mar 11): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Laugh lightly at the Tom Elliotts of this world: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Bernadette McAliskey – 'Sinn Féin's talk of border poll is game-play, it doesn't want united Ireland it can't control': Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Unionists query 'absurd' £19m cost of Irish language act for NI: The News Letter

Irish language failures rightly damned – MLA: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Arlene Foster's private room not approved by election officials: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Unionists have been far too pessimistic about the Stormont election results: The News Letter
Graham Gudgin

Some big house unionists do not want a loyalist about the place: The News Letter
Jim Wilson

Loyalist feud – Man severely beaten with baseball bats and hammers in Co Antrim pub: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie and Sarah Scott

Gilmore was part of deadly faction of UDA with long history of feuding: Irish News
Allison Morris

Killer of leading loyalist George Gilmore remains at large: Irish News
Allison Morris

Robinson criticises Anderson's 'belligerent utterance': BBC

Martina Anderson's Brexit 'rant' referred to Troubles song The Men Behind The Wire: Irish News

Connswater Greenway bonfire site being removed due to 'pride in the area' say bonfire collectors – but refuse to be drawn on where tyres come from: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

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Eilis O'Hanlon

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Shane Coleman

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Torcuil Crichton and David Clegg

Nicola Sturgeon can't rely on Brexit to win Scottish independence: The Guardian
John Curtice

It would be foolish to define ourselves by what we are not: The Herald
Alison Rowat

Theresa May is dragging the UK under. This time Scotland must cut the rope: The Guardian
George Monbiot

Nicola Sturgeon's move raises stakes in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
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