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Wednesday, May 15

Peter Robinson rounds on 'Jeremiahs' who oppose shared future proposals: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson 'fed up to back teeth' of shared future critics: The News Letter

Enda Kenny to raise peace process concerns: The Irish Times

Crime agency block 'will hamper policing': BBC

Five sentenced over Broadway riots: UTV

Rocket accused 'is card carrying member of SF': Derry Journal

Man 'recruited' to bomb Stormont: UTV

Parties 'fear' integrated schools: The News Letter

Unionist parties lock horns over shared education system vision: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Opportunity for positive change must be grasped: Belfast Telegraph
Patricia Murtagh

Nesbitt pushes ahead with free speech law for Ulster: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Rory McIlroy and Graeme McDowell could be on team Northern Ireland: The News Letter
Paul Kelly

Belfast-set thriller The Fall joins the few dramas to tackle the Troubles:
Mark Lawson

Maybe Stormont shouldn't say "so what?" to UKIP rise:
Steven McCaffery

A Tory-led exit from Europe would unleash a carnival of reaction: The Guardian
Seumas Milne

Union with Ukip's England? Spare us (May 12): The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Salmond – 'Independence only way to ensure EU stay': The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Tuesday, May 14

Northern Ireland's top policeman gives wake-up call on paramilitaries: The Independent
David McKittrick

Bradley questions OFMdFM on how it will pay for shared future proposals: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Orange Order may shun PSNI chief Baggott's talks in Cardiff: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

Nigel Farage gets Sinn Féin's EU policy wrong: BBC

More money for ex-IRA prisoners: The News Letter
Fiona O'Cleirigh

A timely Alliance to beat Shinners – Unionist fact will have major PUL if steered right: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Bombers 'not living in real world': Tyrone Times
Patricia Devlin

'Terrorist basement' accused acquitted: UTV

Colin Duffy abandons legal action over 1997 murder charge: BBC

Arrest in Derry dissident probe: UTV

Man pleads guilty to grabbing at police camera during flag protests: The News Letter

GAA team storms off pitch over allegation of sectarian remark: Irish Independent
Colm Keys

McGuinness reaffirms commitment to stalled A5 road scheme: The News Letter

£1bn rail link plan – Document reveals ambitious proposals for Derry to Sligo service: Belfast Telegraph

Cross-border power line hold-up 'costing consumers £25m': The News Letter

Dental 'tourists' leaving Republic in search of cheaper care (May 10): The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Obama warns Britain that leaving the EU would be an isolationist step: The Scotsman
Isabel Hardman

The Referendum Mirage: Daily Mail
Peter Hitchens

Independent Scotland could be defence risk for whole of UK, senior MPs warn: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

Scottish independence referendum – Making the changes: BBC
Brian Taylor

Monday, May 13

Adams more logic than Salmond over UK exit – Farage: The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

G8 summit – a moment that demands imaginative solutions from Northern Ireland's leaders: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Costs of PSNI officers revealed (May 9): Belfast Telegraph

War memorial smashed and poppy wreaths shredded in attack: Belfast Telegraph

Boundary changes will cut nationalist representation: Ulster Star

Kevin McAleer has made us all think through laughter (May 12): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Corporation tax move would have to benefit Treasury – Boris Johnson: BBC

Peer warns over Stormont's blocking of 'free speech' bill: The News Letter
Sam McBride

We'll pay high price if free speech laws undermined (May 11): Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Seanad Reform Bill proposes vote for emigrants and Northern Irish: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Bitter row can't conceal fact that detectives need informers (May 10): Irish Independent

Soldiers' courage finally vindicated: Belfast Telegraph

I don't regret smuggling guns for the IRA, says media tycoon (May 12): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Who has a right to claim North Sea oil? (Apr 15): BBC
Steven Brocklehurst

We must be ready to leave the EU if we don't get what we want: Daily Telegraph
Boris Johnson

'Big beasts' backing Britain's exit from EU will inevitably rattle our cage too (May 11): Irish Independent
James Downey

Sunday, May 12

No Assembly elections until 2016: The News Letter

Issues not addressed in shared future strategy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Loyalists condemn PSNI Welsh talks: The News Letter
Sam McBride

CJI raises concerns over police still filling civilian roles in PSNI (May 9):
Barry McCaffrey

Jailed solicitor seeks move to more open settlement: The News Letter

Coleraine war memorial attacked: UTV

Jerry McCabe killing still haunts Sinn Fein: Sunday Independent
Willie O'Dea

Family appeals to McGuinness and Adams over IRA bomb in Birmingham: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Killer launches appeal over 1973 sectarian murder: The News Letter

Northern Ireland jail where Republican inmates staged a hunger strike during the Troubles is to be turned into a luxury hotel: Daily Mail
Anna Edwards

'IRA didn't threaten to kill Dave Allen – we were fans and watched in prison': Evening Herald
Ken Sweeney

Starchitect's Maze peace centre forgot the Irish (May 9): The Independent
Jay Merrick

Libel lawyer Paul Tweed to tell MLAs why free speech reform is wrong: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Presbyterian in a pickle: The Economist

Synod warned of threat which could close majority of Church of Ireland schools (May 11): The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Go bankrupt in the UK, Dunne urges families (Apr 13): Irish Independent
Grainne Cunningham

Blackburn streets used as background for Belfast 'Troubles' drama (May 7): Lancashire Telegraph
Bill Jacobs

UK's military standing 'would be damaged by leaving EU' (Apr 23): Daily Telegraph

Independence – Brown urges Scots not to give up on UK: Scotland on Sunday
Eddie Barnes

Adviser to German government – 'indy Scotland would still be in Europe': Sunday Herald
Paul Hutcheon

Saturday, May 11

Obama to visit Belfast ahead of G8: UTV

Obama to press for fresh impetus on 'shared future' during Belfast visit: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Much-anticipated proposals given a cool welcome: Irish News
John Manley

Uniting communities: Derry Journal

Bridging the North's divisions: The Irish Times

Nesbitt pulls out of SF conference in protest at O'Dowd remarks: BBC
Gareth Gordon

King visit can boost 'fragile' peace process: Derry Journal

Northern Ireland youth 'disillusioned' by continuing sectarianism: The Irish Times
Mary Fitzgerald

Loyalist concern over parading talks: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Neither Parades Commission nor Orange Order invited to secret summit: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP and UUP shared cost of unity candidate's campaign: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Lawyers act to have prisoner transferred: Derry Journal

Operation Dulcet arrest released: UTV

Loyalist Bobby Rodgers contests evidence in Eileen Doherty murder appeal: Belfast Telegraph

Birmingham pub bombings – Peter Robinson backs inquiry calls: BBC

Sinn Fein members know who murdered my father, claims Irish prison officer's son: Belfast Telegraph
Mark O'Regan

Dutch media owner reveals youthful dalliance with IRA: The Irish Times
Peter Cluskey

Voice's Carla in IRA hell: The Sun

Snapshot – 'Union Jack Flag in Tree, County Tyrone, 1985': Financial Times

City of Culture company denies unionist claims of 'hiding UK title': BBC
Mark Simpson

Celtic fan Paul Hamill sentenced over sectarian abuse (May 9): BBC

Two more arrests after Celtic v Rangers Under-17s Cup Final: BBC

There's no question about it – the UK must remain in the European Union, whatever Boris says: The Independent
Chris Bryant

Will an EU referendum kill the Scottish independence referendum? (May 9): The Spectator
Alan Trench

It's a changing 'special relationship' as the US shifts its focus away from the UK (May 8):
Trina Vargo

Friday, May 10

Robinson and McGuinness set out plans to start tackling division: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Shared future – How ambitious is Stormont's latest peace plan?: BBC
Mark Devenport

DUP aspiration to have flag on all government buildings: The News Letter

Man arrested by flag protest taskforce: UTV

We've had the flags crisis, now it's 'Back to the Future':
Steven McCaffery

Private NI parades talks in Wales: UTV

US Government pledges support for peaceful future in Northern Ireland: The News Letter

Robinson and McGuinness want "peace walls" down within 10 years: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Basil McCrea wants to be Northern Ireland's first minister: BBC
Gareth Gordon

DUP six repay £144k profits from second homes funded by taxpayer: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Woodcock and James Tapsfield

McGuinness relative's PSNI search 'unlawful': UTV

Police in NI 'cost more' than in England: UTV

Olympic security shambles firm G4S handed contract to guard the world's most powerful leaders during UK summit: Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

Military help drafted in for G8: UTV

Hammer attack: Carrick Times

RIRA gang kidnap then shoot man: Evening Herald

Derry man guilty of leading republican parade walks free from court: Belfast Telegraph

Murdered prison officer's sons hopeful of answers after Adams meeting: Irish Independent
Brian Hutton

McCartney shares memories of Bobby Sands: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Ukip joins campaign against 'peace centre' on site of Maze prison:
Henry McDonald

Design row over peace-building centre: The Independent
Tom Peck

Less than 1% of protestants attend GAA matches: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Gaelic is about sport not religion, says young Protestant footballer: The News Letter
Aine Fox

'UK' not used enough to promote City of Culture – MLAs: BBC

London moves to allay Ireland's fears on in-out EU referendum: Financial Times
Jamie Smyth

Thursday, May 9

Deal on controversial Northern Ireland flag flying 'very close': Irish Independent
David Young

'Mature political dialogue' needed to ease tensions, says police chief: The News Letter

Ex-serviceman drove dangerously after Union flags protest: Derry Journal

Why the Assembly parties continue continue to oppose Opposition: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Ban on political double-jobbing could extend to Republic: The News Letter

Double-jobbing ban extended to Dail: UTV

London Notebook – Queen's Speech may have unintended consequences: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

MLAs don't do enough to help us, say police: Belfast Telegraph

Orangemen granted permission for service in park: Portadown Times

Man charged with IRA membership has bail varied for nuptials: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Derry teenager in punishment shooting takes own life:
Henry McDonald

Family of murdered prison officer Brian Stack 'now know who killed him': Irish Independent
Brian Hutton

Ex-Provo fails to overturn conviction for murder bid: The News Letter

Taoiseach to meet families of Omagh bomb: Irish Independent

We must make the leap to a single education system: Belfast Telegraph
Denis Rooney

"Abandoned pledges and broken promises":
Tina Merron

A5 cash 'must go to other road projects' says CBI: BBC

UUP – If Executive won't guard free speech, we will: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Baffling silence on free speech threat: Belfast Telegraph

Families of deserters left shunned: Irish Independent

Fighting tyranny – A pardon is the least we owe soldiers (May 8): Irish Examiner

Shame of an Irish state that despised its own citizens: The News Letter

Pleas for Rory to tee off in Rio: Irish Examiner
Brendan O'Brien

He's our Paddy! He's not your Paddy: Irish Independent

Queen's Speech – The words of others: BBC
Brian Taylor

Wednesday, May 8

£10k to erect new flagpoles in Belfast: UTV

Wilson – I made decision in February: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

DUP flags move 'a ploy to get care homes off the front page': The News Letter

Gerry Adams to meet family of IRA murder victim Brian Stack: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

US priest hopes for 'a brighter, better Northern Ireland': Irish News
Gail Bell

Killers seek review of witness arrest: UTV

Legal bid for independent oversight in police murder appeal case: The News Letter

Insight – Families want collusion answers: UTV

Gerry McGeough murder bid appeal dismissed: BBC

IRA man's bid to overturn attempted murder conviction fails: Belfast Telegraph

'Sunday' families meet PSNI: Derry Journal

Integrated teaching ad slammed for requiring Catholic certificate: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

MLAs seem slow to slam IRA signs: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Irish soldiers branded deserters for fighting alongside Britain in WWII are finally pardoned: Daily Mail
Kerry Mcdermott

Unionists welcome pardon for Irish who joined British army to fight Nazis:
Henry McDonald

A wrong put right by Ireland: Daily Telegraph

Rory McIlroy's Olympic choice 'entirely up to him', say chiefs on both sides: Belfast Telegraph
Nicola Anderson

Bill triggering Seanad abolition poll expected within weeks: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Ex-chancellor calls for UK exit from EU: Irish Examiner
Gonzalo Vina

Tories could soon be steering Britain, with us, out of Europe: The Herald
Ian Bell

Defending the Right Union: The Spectator
Jim Gallagher

Former Loyalist chief Adair is madly in love: Scottish Sun
Irina Nelson

Tuesday, May 7

PSNI chief 'is a disgrace': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

'Taking Belfast's peace walls down solves nothing. They should be higher' – Protestants and Catholics agree time is not right to dismantle barriers: The Independent
David McKittrick

Analysing the threat from Irish republican dissidents: BBC
Peter Taylor

Adams' TV non-confession leaves us further from truth (May 3): Belfast Telegraph
Eamon Delany

May Day for my new Young Guns – Republicans need a youth movement that has clout: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Ballymoney bomb alert – Road reopened after controlled explosion: Belfast Telegraph

Ritchie demands justice for Massereene Victims: Antrim Times

MI5 allegedly applies for secret court session after informant sues for being denied protection: The Independent
Ian Burrell

SF and SDLP should pay to remove IRA signs – Ringland: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

O'Dowd advisory group has passed first test on inclusion: Belfast Telegraph
Siobhan Fitzpatrick

Hatch dubs DUP 'hypocrites' over Dickson Plan: Portadown Times

Shared schools report is an opportunity lost (Apr 24): Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Kenny urged to step in on bridge project: Dundalk Democrat

SDLP councillors bring Narrow Water Bridge to Fianna Fáil Ard Fheis: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Fans sang dropped national anthem at match: The News Letter

Stormont must not turn its back on reform of libel: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Nothing progressive about abolishing Seanad Éireann: The Irish Times
Conor Brady

After Belfast, Boston: Huffington Post
Lisa Catherine Harper

Leading Irish American philanthropist arrested for embezzlement of $1million from his charity: Irish Voice/

The Ukip threat: The Irish Times

Alex Salmond's independence case has 'hit wall of hard facts': Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Monday, May 6

Good Friday pact flawed and elitist, says top historian: Irish Independent

Agreement failed to repair our deeply divided society (Apr 9): Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

We've moved forward, but shared future still awaits (Apr 11): Belfast Telegraph
David Ford

O'Callaghan 'not worried' as Sinn Fein threatens legal bid: Irish Independent
Laura Butler

Time Adams gave us straight answer: Belfast Telegraph

Soldiers deaths 'a hammer blow' for battalion (May 4): The News Letter

Dissident link to attack on bankrupt politician Killally (May 5): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Amnesty's plea to UN over legacy: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

'Politics should not be intertwined with sport' says MLA over national anthem row (May 2): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Referendum on abolition of Seanad likely to take place in October (May 2): The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Stormont guilty of failure over its libel law response: Belfast Telegraph
Paul McDonnell

ROI vessels let in by O'Neill deal: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Re-educating offenders will help banish the spectre of sectarianism: The Herald
Dave Scott

UKIP's rise threatens to spur Eurosceptic tone in British politics (May 4): The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Why must Scotland take a pounding in currency row?: The Herald
Iain MacWhirter

Irish lesson for independent Scottish forces (Apr 14): Sunday HeraldDorcha Lee

Sunday, May 5

Assembly 'has power to create an Opposition': The News Letter

Taking Adams through the wasteland of IRA atrocities: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

UKIP success 'template for politics in NI': The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Stormont parties' funders to stay secret: The News Letter

Petrol bomb attack 'attempted murder': UTV

Failure to resolve Massereene murders means more people will die: The News Letter

Loyalist protest over Irish Cup anthem decision: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Politicians singing the same old song over National Anthem (May 2): Belfast Telegraph

DUP respond to mounting Maze plan anger: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Old prison sparks new outrage (May 1): Global Post
Corinne Purtill

We are offering a chance to take step back from brink (May 2): Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Republican march in Enniskillen to mark Bobby Sands death: Impartial Reporter

Murdered jail chief honoured 30 years on: Sunday Independent
Louise Hogan

Hillsborough disaster and Omagh bombing show that out of tragedy, football can be remarkable healing force: Daily Mirror
John Prescott

Orange and GAA event promoted Irish fluency drive: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

So what does it mean to be Irish in 2013?: Irish Independent
James Hamilton

Wilson halted libel bill debate: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

A crock of gold for libel tourists who bring cases to Emerald Isle: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

The 'Orange oarsman' – Alan Campbell on life in the Order (Apr 30): The News Letter
Laura Murphy

Two more men arrested over disturbance at under-17 Glasgow Cup Final between Celtic and Rangers: Scottish Daily Record
Ben Spencer

Short films to capture local experience of living along the Border: Dundalk Democrat

Local schools 'skate for peace': Newry Times
Paul Malone

67% back pre-referendum settlement: Belfast Telegraph

At last, a vision for independence: Sunday Herald

Saturday, May 4

Man cleared of murdering two soldiers at Massereene barracks:
Henry McDonald

Shivers acquitted of Massereene murders after DNA evidence called into question:
Barry McCaffrey

Lawyer denounces 'miscarriage of justice' that saw Brian Shivers jailed for sapper murders: Belfast Telegraph

Murdered soldier's mother shocked by Massereene verdict: The News Letter

Massereene barracks solder's mother verdict shock: The Scotsman
Angus Howarth

Questions raised by Brian Shivers' case: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Judge bans Jamie Bryson from Irish Cup final: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Councillors' leaving pay 'depends on Troubles service': BBC
Kevin Magee

Northern peace process a stalemate between enemies who loathe each other: The Irish Times
Duncan Morrow

Plans for first mixed Catholic and Protestant school in Northern Ireland approved: The Independent
Michael McHugh

Clarke comments on Shared Education report (Apr 30): Newry Times
Paul Malone

The Secret Decision That Could Make Us The Libel Capital Of The World (May 1): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Bigoted Ulster still says no – Stormont votes against gay marriage as NBA player Jason Collins comes out: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

New fault lines and old: The Economist

Marriage and inclusion (Apr 30): Derry Journal

Recession hits plans to fund cross-border canal: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Neil Lennon sent Twitter bullet taunt: The Scotsman

Welsh FM – 'Reject Scottish independence pound plan': The Scotsman

English patriotism is one of the overlooked reasons for UKIP's rise: The Spectator
Guy Lodge

Bilingual signs put town back on the map (Apr 23): Irish Independent
Majella O'Sullivan

The Hunger Gains (May 2): Slate
Brian Palmer

Friday, May 3

Arlene could be First Minister – but Robinson going nowhere just yet: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Ardoyne teenager confronts the Secretary of State over the legacy of the Good Friday Agreement (Apr 30): Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

In Belfast, Northern Ireland, Peace but No Prosperity:
Colm Heatley

How building bridges will tear down the peace walls (Apr 30): Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

NIO considering giving Stormont further powers: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Clarify the flags protocol' – Baggott: UTV

Flag issue must be resolved, says councillor: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Tensions simmer in Northern Ireland months after flag protests (May 1): Global Post
Corinne Purtill

Is the flag row running out of political steam?:
Steven McCaffery

Men face trial in connection with gun attack on police on 12 July: BBC

PSNI to recruit trainee officers: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

We must travel a long and winding road on marches: Belfast Telegraph
Garvan O'Doherty

The Justice Department's Assault On Northern Ireland's Peace Process And The First Amendment: The Public Record
Dustin Slaughter

Paint bomb attack at Orange hall: UTV

Sectarianism explored in Derry: Derry Journal

Man denying IRA membership was arrested wearing wig and woollen hat: Irish Independent
Niamh O'Donoghue

Don't ignore unionist anger on Maze, warns Orange Order: The News Letter
Sam McBride

How the Maze prison could tell our labyrinthine story of horror: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Councillors in spat over UDR memorial: The News Letter

Bobby Sands no hero, but terrorist says Robinson: Impartial Reporter

PSNI rebuffs coroner over Special Branch's handling of Stalker report:
Barry McCaffrey

Irish historical myths pose problem for unionists: The News Letter

O'Callaghan insists row with Adams during 'robust' interview is 'no worry' (May 1): Irish Independent
Laura Butler

New-look council boundaries for Northern Ireland – how 26 will go into 11 in carve-up: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

New Northern Ireland council boundaries a step closer: BBC
Mark Devenport

Choice still mine: Irish Sun
Brian Keogh

Fifa chief Jim Boyce's anthem row plea for supporters to behave at Irish Cup final: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Undo offensive behaviour at football law: The Scotsman

Claims millions being wasted by anti-bigotry campaigners (Apr 30): The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Thursday, May 2

Boston College tapes – IRA recordings on Jean McConville death 'may bring about Gerry Adams' downfall': Belfast Telegraph
Louise Hogan and Fionnan Sheahan

Adams digs yet another hole for himself on 'Prime Time' TV: Irish Independent
Eamon Delaney

DUP abandons cenotaph Union flag campaign at Belfast City Hall: BBC

239 people arrested over flag protests: The News Letter

Belfast after the Troubles: Global Post
Corinne Purtill

What if we packed up our Troubles ... just for one day?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Londonderry arrest over dissident republican activity: BBC

Action is needed against republican fuel criminals: The News Letter

Let's end scourge of fuel laundering: Belfast Telegraph

Derry's Walls security gates to be taken down: Derry Journal

Report into Omagh bomb claims atrocity could have been prevented: The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caollaí

Garda collusion probe poised to enter final stage: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

RUC memorial move sparks concern: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Stalled UDR ceremony go-ahead sparks row: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Ministers at loggerheads over Narrow Water Bridge: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peer questions £800K spent on land for stalled A5 road: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Duke of Kent lays wreath honouring Easter Rising dead: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

Enniskillen to get £250m makeover for G8 summit (Apr 29): The News Letter

Unionist parties meet IFA over national anthem row: BBC

No threat to anthem at NI international matches – DUP: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Cash available for 'Building Peace Through The Arts': Ballymena Times

Mitcham patriot ordered to remove 'unsightly' St George's and Union flags: Wimbledon Guardian
Lauren May

Derry Proposals for Colombian Peace: Derry Journal

William Hague – Scots independence plan not my job: The Scotsman

Scotland's currency row – a critical moment for the 'yes' campaign: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Wednesday, May 1

'Peace process is rock solid': Derry Journal

Stormont – with what shall we mend it?:
Steven McCaffery

More flags than ever in NI: UTV

'Rent a cherry picker to take flags': Irish News

Political parties 'should pay for flags to be removed': The News Letter

Union flag protester Matthew Gordon 'cut off electronic tag': BBC

Man charged over east Belfast riots: UTV

'Talk down Belfast's peace walls': UTV

Orangefest for Netherland's new 'King Billy'... and an invite to celebrate Twelfth: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Man facing charges linked to Ryan death disappears: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

One person arrested per week on suspicion of terrorism in Ireland: Irish Voice/

Judgement reserved in trial of Derry man accused of leading republican parade: Belfast Telegraph

Smithwick publishes fourth interim report: RTE

Gerry Adams repeatedly denies knowledge of string of IRA murders: Belfast Telegraph
Luke Byrne

Officials sceptical of IRA navy base bomb claim: Derry Journal

Fuel sludge 'dumped at same place as bodies': Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Stormont veto of free speech law 'will put off investors': The News Letter
Sam McBride

McGuinness – Executive fully committed to A5: BBC

£800k paid in advance for A5 land (Apr 26): UTV

Gilmore 'confident' over EU peace fund: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ministers at loggerheads over Narrow Water Bridge: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Martin McGuinness in IRA/IFA mix-up: BBC

EC blueprint for federal Europe will be step toward further integration (Apr 23): Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

Scottish independence – Damage to UK's reputation 'inevitable' say MPs: BBC

Scotland in the spotlight: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan


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