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Saturday, May 31

Paisley issues challenge on peace process challenge: UTV Internet

Fudge and we're lost - Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

UUP Council meeting date set: UTV Internet

Irish Government 'Must Act as an Equal': Derry Journal

Blow the bridge! sorry, I mean: Build the bridge: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Dublin's Deafening Silence: Derry Journal

Making final step towards Democracy: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland Civil Service 'More Representative of Population': The News Letter

Labour MP faces expulsion: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt

Ian Gow must be spinning in his untimely grave: Daily Telegraph
Tom Utley

I am a scapegoat, says Finucane murder suspect: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

Finucane accused held after year-long operation: Irish Independent
Ivan McMichael

MI5 and FRU 'Involved' in Fullerton Murder: Derry Journal
Ian Cullen

Who killed my husband?: Ulster Herald
Nigel McDonagh

My father is dead nearly 16 years and we feel it every day: (from the Irish News, May 13)
Sharon O'Neill

Collusion - Police Heads Will Roll: Derry Journal

Ambitious Cowen plays a waiting game: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 30)
Eric Waugh

Police search lake for latest victim of loyalist feud: The Times
David Lister

Parade Scrapped: (from
Ciaran Barnes

Church's SF invite row rumbles on: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Security lapse endangers republican prisoner's life: The Blanket
Martin Mulholland

Museum to be built on Bloody Sunday site: Belfast Telegraph
Larry Deeney

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Army QC calls on media to name IRA men: The Times
Christopher Walker

Friday, May 30

Adams leads protests over Ulster elections: The Guardian
Matthew Tempest

Thousands join North election delay protests: Irish Independent

Protests and 'mock election' on day Assembly poll was due: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Election Delay 'Taking Focus off Progress': The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Fresh moves needed to find a solution: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Uncertain future for Northern Ireland: BBC
Kevin Connelly

A tenner says this fog’s not for clearing: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

The Piffle of the IRA: Fortnight
Malachi O'Doherty

Blair Consulted on IRA Ceasefire: Irish Voice/
Brendan Anderson

Outrage over Labour MP's praise for IRA: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Sparrow

Trimble attacks 'inconsistency': BBC

Unionists divided as British deny plan to scrap Royal Irish: Irish Examiner
Alan Erwin

UUPs' message 'confusing': BBC

A year in the life of the Lord Mayor: (from
Catherine Morrison

Summer peace is within grasp: (from the Irish News, May 28)

Man charged with murder of Belfast human rights lawyer Pat Finucane: The Independent
David McKittrick

Release of UFF killer may have cost lives: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Ferry Fights Deportation Move: Irish Voice/
Sean O'Driscoll

House arrest term for guns woman: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Adams to Address Book Fair: The News Letter

Bigger Cross-Border Fight on Crime Urged by NIO: The News Letter

Volunteer Patricia McKay: The Blanket (May 8)
Brendan Hughes

PUP leader embarks on Sri Lanka peace trip: UTV Internet (May 27)

Thursday, May 29

Halted N. Irish election dents power-sharing process: Christian Science Monitor
Anne Cadwallader

DUP On Basis for Settlement: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Dail rejects Sinn Fein motion on North elections: RTE

Church 'regrets' election move: BBC

Fury over UUP Dail comments: UTV Internet

Ahern must seek reform programme: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Royal Irish battalions saved from redundancy: The Times
Michael Evans

Axing of Royal Irish branded 'PR nightmare': Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

UUC to discuss regiment: BBC

The Royal Irish does a great job… so it had to be hacked: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Two held over Finucane murder: The Times
Christopher Walker

Looking for answers: The Independent (May 27)
Jon Robins

British urged to admit collusion: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O'Neill

Adams urges meeting with loyalists: UTV Internet

Poling pay row 'travels' further: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Waving the do-gooders bye bye: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

New Yorker denies role in break-in: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Provo Spy Ring Has Details of Over 2,300: The News Letter
Stephen Dempster

Loyalist's murder 'retaliation': BBC

IRA truce priest helps broker Eta ceasefire: Daily Telegraph
Isambard Wilkinson

Wednesday, May 28

Northern elections 'must go ahead in autumn': Irish Independent
Gene McKenna and Geraldine Collins

DUP 'won't be pressured on agreement': UTV Internet

Haass may act as arms monitor: Irish Independent
Susan Garraty

Doubts over future of Irish regiment: The Independent
David McKittrick

Ulster leak sounds Last Post for the Royal Irish: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

More Double Standards: Derry Journal

Trimble warns against violence: BBC

Nationalists Urged to Follow Suit: The News Letter

Tolerance of Street Rioting Must be Zero: The News Letter

Adams challenged over Drumcree: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF demand intelligence is called off: UTV Internet

I Needed Unionist to Back My Corner: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

'Cops tole me to kill Nelson': (from the News of the World, May 25)
Martin Breen

NI Ombudsman to probe leak charge: UTV Internet

Stakeknife case likely next week: Irish Independent
Ivan McMichael

The cruelty of a pirate called Stakeknife: Daily Telegraph (May 13)
Adam Nicolson

Re-Open Files on Unsolved Murders: The News Letter

Victims’ group ‘appalled’ at being used as political bargaining tool: (from, May 9)

Children 'must learn tolerance': Belfast Telegraph (May 3)
Kathryn Torney

Red card shown on Old Firm violence: (from the Irish News)
Seamus McKinney

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Journal Story Prompts Bloody Sunday Ban: Derry Journal

Tuesday, May 27

MP Repeats his Call for Rejection of Declaration: The News Letter

Preventing rioting - just a call away: BBC
Mark Simpson

Sinn Fein plans poll protest: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Only mutual togetherness brings peace: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Actions will speak louder than words: Belfast Telegraph

Hope brightens for reconciliation: (from the Irish News)

Reaching out: (from

Deeds Better Than Words in Peace Moves: The News Letter

Former IRA man 'can be deported': Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

Sectarian riots on talks table: BBC

Long hot Summer: (from
Jarlath Kearney

Bugging row officer in court: BBC

Bill for oversight commissioner slammed: UTV Internet

Victims' families back Sunday Life: Sunday Life (May 25)

MP warns of hidden agenda: (from the Irish News)
Patricia O’Hara

Notorious court to join Belfast 'terror trail': The Times (Apr 25)
David Lister

Irish Don't Care About Unity, Lynch Told UK: The News Letter

Lynch Pins: The Blanket
Eamonn McCann

Monday, May 26

Republicans 'must bridge gap with unionists': UTV Internet

UUP wings 'polls apart': BBC
Mark Devenport

No cup of cheer in sport or politics: (from the Irish News, May 24)
James Kelly

Cutting through the Waffle: (from, May 8)

'Nutting squad' murders linked to SF chiefs: Sunday Life (May 25)
Alan Murray

Scappaticci in High Court action: Irish Examiner
Jim Morahan

Scap was never a target says UDA: Sunday Life (May 25)
Alan Murray

Sinn Féin lord mayor treads fine line: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Garvaghy ruling slammed: (from the Irish News, May 24)
Bimpe Fatogun

Order's flag ban is lifted by church: Belfast Telegraph (Apr 18)

Written in Stone: 'Im sorry I denied McMichael': Sunday Life (May 25)
Stephen Breen

Loyalists 'bungled' two bids to assassinate Haughey: Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford

Flag Fury: (from, May 8)

Finucane's son takes on republic's legal system: Sunday Life (May 25)
Brenda O'Neill

Concern Over Claudy Bomb Film Plans: Derry Journal (Apr 29)

Mountbatten's injured grandson has no bitterness: Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford

Lynched corporals 'worked for undercover unit': Sunday Life (May 25)

British role in Northern Ireland is a model for disaster: (from Irish-America Magazine)
Tom Hayden

The can-do general for war and peace: Daily Telegraph
Alice Thomson

Sectarianism still shaming Scots: The Scotsman
Claire Smith

Sunday, May 25

Adams makes pledge to save peace process: Scotland on Sunday
Nicholas Christian

Sinn Fein 'to reach unionists': BBC

The danger of addiction to Northern Ireland ...: Belfast Telegraph
Barry White

A brave and generous man: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Sinn Fein man in kidnap sues: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Gone without a trace: (from the Irish Times, May 24)
Suzanne Breen

PUP campaigns to drive racists out of Ballymena: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Police target Mad Dog's terror cash: Scotland on Sunday
Ian Johnston

This Week does a hatchet job on journalists' coverage of Stakeknife: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Scappaticci takes North's security minister to court: Sunday Business Post
Barry O Kelly

Blair not only one embarrassed: Belfast Telegraph (May 20)
Chris Thornton

Strong on opinion, short on disclosure: it’s in the Post: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Sensing something wicked on the way: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Collins case stirs bitter memories in the North: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Photography teacher bridges divide in N. Ireland: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Where Threats Are Always Orange: New York Times
Sarah Lyall

Ulster 'too dangerous' for US students: Belfast Telegraph (May 20)
Sean O'Driscoll

Sinn Fein plays political football: The Sunday Times
Scott Millar

Pilgrims prepare for St Anthony's 'tour' of Ireland: Scotland on Sunday
Nicola Byrne

Saturday, May 24

Unionists to discuss declaration: BBC

Cutbacks in army linked to end of IRA activities: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Trimble condemns 'ethnic cleansing': (from the Irish News)
Sharon O’Neill

A Fair Trial: The Blanket
Bernadette McKevitt

PSNI equality law contested: Belfast Telegraph (May 14)

O'Loan Told to be Positive on Police: The News Letter
Alan Erwin

Cost of North protection scheme soars: Irish Examiner
Sean Mac Carthaigh

Better Policing does not Need More Firearms: The News Letter

Policing meeting should have gone ahead - SF: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

Poll protest was wrong: (from the Irish News)

Victims' families plan Stone action: BBC

Stone - let's find the truth: Sunday Life (May 18)

Where is the outcry at loyalist offences?: (from the Irish News)

Portrait unites Ulster divisions: The Guardian
Peter Lennon

Orange Must Consider Alternative: Derry Journal

Flagging fortunes: (from, May 8)

Pride without prejudice - Sectarianism in Football: Belfast Telegraph
Damian Smyth

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Journal Identifies Observer B: Derry Journal

MI5 dictating Saville intelligence presentation: (from the Sunday Tribune, May 11)
Eamonn McCann

Friday, May 23

Police Meeting Protest 'Shows Sinn Fein Are Out of Touch: The News Letter

Sinn Fein and the right to free speech: Belfast Telegraph

MLA offices move 'a farce' - DUP man: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

While actions speak louder, words matter: (from the Irish News, May 13)
Breidge Gadd

I'll meet Scappaticci - says victim's mother: Belfast Telegraph
Mary Fitzgerald

Disappearing The Truth: The Blanket (May 18)
Anthony McIntyre

Spooks are not so easy to spring from their closets: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Who's guilty of collusion now?: (from the News Letter)
Suzanne Breen

Fact, Fiction And Stakeknife: Irish Voice/

Truth can sometimes be difficult to handle: (from the Irish News)
Newton Emerson

PSNI tried to infiltrate us, say dissident republicans: Sunday Business Post (May 11)
Barry O'Kelly

Rough justice: (from, Apr 28)

DUP's plan 'could build unity': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Pirouetting around the gun’s barrel: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Watch this space for new generation of DUP leaders: Irish Examiner (May 1)
Noel Whelan

San Francisco internee: (from, May 8)

Pub raid 'linked to Ulster terrorists': The Herald
Bruce McKain

McAleese’s dark side: The Sunday Times (May 11)

Army slaughters British in pitch battle: Irish Independent (May 16)
Ben Quinn

Stormont’s uneasy truce for art’s sake: The Sunday Times (May 18)
Jan Battles

Cross-Border group chief suspended in loan probe: Irish Examiner (May 21)
Michael O’Farrell

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

'Innocents' killed on Bloody Sunday: BBC

Thursday, May 22

Hold poll in North soon, urges Haass: Irish Independent
Gene McKenna

How Bush's man 'is hooked on seeing process through': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Murphy defends decision to postpone North vote: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Unionists need to learn to box clever: Belfast Telegraph
Eric Waugh

Sinn Fein to demonstrate over stalled elections: The Guardian

Wreckers are happy living with wreckage: (from the Irish News)
Brian Feeney

Is everyone really out of step except republicans?: Belfast Telegraph
Steven King

Six acquitted of C-IRA membership: RTE (May 8)

Police quiz IRA informer 'linked to Stakeknife': UTV Internet

How informers forced the Provos to the peace table: Irish Echo
Jack Holland

Lies, intrigue and smokescreen to keep the truth hidden: (from The People, May 18)
Greg Harkin

Tourism plea for Orange marches: UTV Internet

Omagh police partnership meeting disrupted: RTE

Ending the silence on extortion: (from, Apr 28)

Just One Word to Describe Our Political Situation: The News Letter
Ciaran McKeown

Evidence 'destroyed over health fears': (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Kingsmill massacre to be re-examined: Belfast Telegraph (May 13)
Michael McHugh

Orange kids come south to pay homage to King Billy: Irish Independent (May 19)
Elaine Keogh

Three men sought for attack on Neil Lennon: Daily Telegraph (May 10)

Celtic calls for schools to tackle bigotry: The Sunday Times (May 11)
Joanne Robertson

Death of IRA man Red Mickey Doherty: (from the Irish News, May 16)
Seamus McKinney

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Inquiry soldier admits shooting gunmen: Financial Times
Richard Milne

Wednesday, May 21

Leaked Stakeknife reports tried to wreck peace process, says Cowen: Irish Examiner
Aidan Hennigan and Fionnán Sheahan

Doom and Gloom 'Failing to Impact' Says UUP Leader: The News Letter
Ciaran McKeown

Democracy is imperilled by Blair's hard-ball diplomacy: The Herald (May 2)
Alf Young

It’s time for some political enforcement: Irish World
Peter Kelly

Royal Irish Regiment to be victim of peace deal: The Times (Apr 19)
David Lister

Trying to square the political circle: Belfast Telegraph

Opinion poll is cause for hope: (from the Irish News)

Politicians Do Not Deserve to be Patronised: The News Letter

'Outing' of Brit mole in IRA eyed with suspicion: Boston Herald
Jim Dee

Irish cops have spy in IRA: News of the World (May 18)
Martin Breen

Stakeknife controversy could put MI5's operations at risk, security advisers warn: Financial Times
Jimmy Burns and John Murray Brown

'Stakeknife' cuts both ways: The Blanket (May 13)
Brendan O'Neill

Haunted by an informer: Boston Globe (May 20)

MoD 'must prove' that Nelson is really dead: (from the Irish News)
Barry McCaffrey

Loyalists Planted Device at Republican Office: The News Letter

UVF feud 'put to bed' says Hutchinson: (from the Irish News)
Roddy McGregor

Body set to rule on Garvaghy parade: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

We Have the Facts - Now Let's do the Debate: The News Letter (May 19)

It's time we admitted that the Irish national psyche is as British as roast beef: Sunday Independent (May 4)
Eoghan Williams

Ulster police eye trauma payout: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

Parties seek election compensation: BBC

Ulster journalists' arrest intimidatory, say leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Samuel Rosenfeld: Irish Independent (May 17)

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Soldier rejects contempt charge: BBC

Tuesday, May 20

Talks to advance NI political process: BBC

Republic's voters lay blame for talks logjam: Belfast Telegraph
Ben Lowry

Blair 'right to postpone poll': BBC

McGuinness warns over elections failure: UTV Internet

Haass calls for elections 'soon': BBC

Polls give the IRA food for thought: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness Rejects Claims of Republicanism Crisis: The News Letter

Trail for Truth on Alleged Spy in IRA Proves Tricky: Los Angeles Times (May 19)
William Wallace

I'll meet families, 'innocent' Scappaticci says: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

An Irish Murder Mystery: Time
Chris Thornton

How husband and wife were 'nutted': (from The People, May 18)
Greg Harkin

Shadowy Forces: The Blanket
Eamonn McCann

Honest disclosure needed, not expensive inquiries: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Brake needed on the wheels within wheels: (from the Irish News)
Roy Garland

Time for dirty war 'sources' to put up or shut up: (from

Just How Dirty is Dirty?: Derry Journal

Ulster police lack strategy for agents: The Guardian (Apr 19)
Rosie Cowan

Unionists decry scrapping of the flag: (from the Irish News, May 17)
William Scholes

Change at top 'heals UVF split': Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran O'Neill

Mum with links to Adair forced to leave: Sunday Life (May 4)
Alan Murray

Loyalists behind most paramilitary attacks: Irish Examiner (May 2)
Fionnán Sheahan

Spy code 'flouted to bug calls': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Ian Malone - UK soldier, Irish hero: Sunday Independent (Apr 27)

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Saville told shots were fired at army: Belfast Telegraph

Monday, May 19

IRA need not give up on Irish unity, says Murphy: Daily Telegraph
Thomas Harding

45% of voters say IRA unclear on ending paramilitary acts: The Irish Times
Mark Brennock

"Talk of Irish unity is a distraction": Sunday Business Post (May 18) — Trimble interview
Sean Mac Carthaigh

'Unionists will not contest seats in the Republic,' says Trimble: UTV Internet

Perfidy Swirls Around Tales Of 'Stakeknife': Washington Post
Glenn Frankel

Freddie Scappaticci breaks his silence: (from
Robin Livingstone

Why this man is Stakeknife: Sunday Herald (May 18)
Neil Mackay

Ex-spy handler fears for Stakeknife's life: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

More IRA moles are set to be exposed: The Times
Michael Evans

US website owners deny responsibility for `Stakeknife' story: Sunday Business Post (May 18)
Paul T Colgan

IRA grilled Stakeknife twice then stood him down: Sunday Life (May 18)

With peace process in the balance, Stakeknife saga puts IRA on a sharp edge: Irish Independent

The bluff and counter-bluff in fingering Freddie: The Sunday Times (May 18)

Ghosts in the killing machine: Sunday Independent (May 18)
Jim Cusack

PSNI search former Ulster agent's home: UTV Internet

Scappaticci sentenced me to death: (from The People, May 18)
Kevin Fulton

Stakeknife's world of doublespeak: The Observer (May 18)
Henry McDonald

Britain takes a leafout of Hitler's book: (from the Irish News)
James Kelly

Torment - Families demand truth of Stone killings: Sunday Life (May 18)
Stephen Breen

UDA warn - we'll kill 10 catholics: Sunday Life (May 18)
Alan Murray

Unwelcome in the U.S.: Rocky Mountain News (May 12)
Sarah Huntley

Cops 'No Show': (from, May 12)
Jarlath Kearney

NI police stage reconstruction: RTE

Family believe man has been executed: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Irish-American settles over paper's article: Belfast Telegraph (May 16)

Sunday, May 18

Three more spies in IRA 'to be named': Sunday Telegraph
David Bamber

Rogue agents 'to expose' 80 IRA moles: Scotland on Sunday
Brian Brady

Revealed - five British spies inside IRA: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Burnside dismisses call for spy inquiry: UTV Internet

Police raid home of army agent suspected of Stakeknife link: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

Stakeknife unmasked - Tracking the bloody trail of an IRA mole: Toronto Star (May 17)
Sandro Contenta

Former FRU handler says Scappiticci is Stakeknife: (from The People)
Greg Harkin

Stakeknife character does not exist - IRA: Sunday Business Post
Barry O'Kelly

IRA's GHQ riddled with informers: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Scap pal JJ Magee was NOT an informer: (from The People)
Greg Harkin

Mysteries multiply at heart of Stakeknife saga: Independent on Sunday
David McKittrick

'Stakeknife' driven into peace process: Sunday Business Post
Paul T Colgan

Spy story lifts peace stalemate boredom: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Let the truth be told: The Observer
Henry McDonald

The forgotten man caught in the crossfire: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Secret no more: The Sunday Times
Liam Clarke

The truth about the world of Stakeknife: Sunday Telegraph
Sean O'Callaghan

Spies, secrets and lies: Scotland on Sunday
Mary Fitzgerald & Brian Brady

Is he or isn't he?: Sunday Telegraph
John Ware and Alasdair Palmer

As cunning as a baby lamb: Sunday Independent

Stakeknife spin a last attempt on republicanism?: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

The new parlour game 'Spot the Tout' will run and run: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

De Brun on message: Irish Echo

Ogra Sinn Fein stage Dublin protest: UTV Internet

Death threats and harassment by the RUC/PSNI: The Blanket (May 12)
Joe Dillon

Landmark ruling makes IRA sympathies legal: Sunday Business Post

Crisis in North delays Queen's visit to Dublin: The Observer
Nicola Byrne

SDLP man to defend stand on flags: Belfast Telegraph (May 6)
Claire Regan

Saturday, May 17

Stakeknife revelations hurt IRA and army: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan and Richard Norton-Taylor

Adams accepts Scappaticci denial: RTE

Family of IRA victim forced to revisit the past: The Guardian
Stuart Millar

'Stakeknife' Questions Blunted by Anger: The News Letter
Alan Erwin

Stakeknife and a deadly game of truth or dare: The Times
Ian Cobain and David Lister

Stakeknife shrouded by cloak and dagger: Financial Times
Jimmy Burns and John Murray Brown

Dirty tricks are common currency of undercover agents everywhere: Irish Examiner
Ryle Dwyer

Living a lie - the secret world of the informer: Irish Independent — Part II
James Rennie

To be blunt, Stakeknife may be mistake-knife: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Come spy with me: (from the Irish Times)
Ed Moloney

Lies, damn lies and the media: (from

Who Knew - Who Knows - Who Will Tell?: The Blanket
Anthony McIntyre

Blair must declare undercover 'war' over: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Witness 'told' to become informer: (from the Irish News)
William Scholes

Security inquiry calls split Policing Board: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Reject joint declaration - UUP secretary urges: UTV Internet

We Must Face Future Confidently - Nesbitt: The News Letter
Ciaran McKeown

Call to halt police link-up: UTV Internet

PSNI officers now likely to apply for senior Garda job: Irish Independent (Apr 19)
Tom Brady

November deadline for Assembly elections: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Walker

Boundary review's 'ripple effect': BBC
Mark Devenport

New survey backs US use of Shannon: Irish Independent
Brian Dowling

Loyalist feud threatens families: BBC

Adams high in 'popular' poll: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Thornton

Families call for end to bombs 'cover up': (from the Irish News, May 16)
Valerie Robinson

Councillors kick about stadium plan for H-Blocks' site: (from, Apr 21)
Fiona Brady

Hunger strike jail to be site of sports stadium: The Observer (May 11)
Henry McDonald

Friday, May 16

Adams - Political process in danger: UTV Internet

Election Delay Shows Dubious Democracy: The Blanket (May 12)
Eamon Lynch

UUP running from elections - Wilson: UTV Internet

Ex-agent reports Stakeknife to police: The Guardian
Rosie Cowan

'Stakeknife' gets benefit of doubt from Sinn Fein: The Times
David Lister

Fresh claims in IRA spy saga: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Library may have been used to spy on Sinn Féin: (from the Irish News)
Sharon O’Neill

Opposition to Stakeknife inquiry: BBC

Agent may spend life in safe houses: The Guardian (May 12)
Nick Hopkins

Local man comes out of hiding to rubbish Stakeknife stories: (from
Anne Cadwallader

Stepping out of shadows to risk his life in spotlight: Irish Independent (May 15)
Alan Murray

We were right to name Stakeknife, say reporters: The Guardian
Ciar Byrne

What is the truth behind the story of Stakeknife?: Daily Telegraph
Matt Born

The cover-ups, the lying, the deceit, the whitewash and the shame continue: (from

Stakeknife is as real as the toothfairy: (from the Irish News)
Jude Collins

Shroud of the foggy dew: Sydney Morning Herald
Peter Fray

The story of Stakeknife is full of holes: The Guardian
Danny Morrison

Differences of opinion on who is allowed to murder whom: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

A filthy episode: (from

SF missing man appeal: UTV Internet

Written in Stone - Murder in the cemetery: Sunday Life (May 11)
Stephen Breen

Killer’s story supports SF claims: Irish Examiner

Families to tackle garda on Omagh probe: UTV Internet

SF jail call is rejected: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan McCambridge

All of us are Called to Grow up, Says Bishop: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

--------- Bloody Sunday News ---------

Shootings 'a tragedy' — soldier: Belfast Telegraph


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