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Friday, May 31

Old Bailey bomber Marian Price freed from jail:
Henry McDonald

Woman who bombed the Old Bailey with her sister in 1973 IRA attack is to be freed from prison following republican campaign: Daily Mail

Marian Price release welcomed: Derry Journal
Michael McMonagle

Is game up for bid to block advisers bill?: The News Letter

SDLP U-turn a victory for victims (May 29): The News Letter

A strong woman who can make our politicians jump: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Robinson and McGuinness try to lift the gloom: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Orange service in park set for judicial review: Portadown Times

Man jailed for his part in Somme commemoration riot: The News Letter

Judge questions G8 policing levels: UTV

Colin Duffy released in dissident probe: UTV

Derry men deny having items connected with terrorism: Derry Journal

Smithwick Tribunal – Officer denies IRA information leak: BBC

Doors must not be shut on democracy: Belfast Telegraph

Maze boss says he understands the site's 'sensitivities': BBC

Galloway hits back at Campbell's 'poor representative' attack: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Céad míle fáilte for Council Irish officer: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Catholic sector wants teacher 'job bias' law dumped: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Orange Order Lodge hoping for Obelisk dig: Drogheda Independent
Hubert Murphy

£800k paid out to farmers over A5 may be written off: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

It's a rematch! England confirm they will travel to Dublin for Ireland friendly: Daily Mail
Colin Young

The next coronation should be a civil partnership ceremony: The Guardian
Simon Jenkins

Thursday, May 30

SDLP leader denies party split: The News Letter

West Tyrone Sinn Fein MP hits out at SDLP over Special Advisers Bill: Highland Radio

Sinn Fein – Staff may lose jobs through bill: The News Letter

The trouble with 'mad, swivel-eyed loons': Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Prominent dissident Duffy arrested in the North: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Woman arrested over PSNI bomb attack: UTV

Man has bail varied for wedding where IRA co-accused will be best man: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Dissident republican graffiti attacks follow City of Culture event: BBC

Female flag protestor jailed for throwing stones at police: The News Letter

Man held over mortar bombs seizure 'under pressure to become informer': Belfast Telegraph

Keith John Burnside's rape conviction quashed on appeal: BBC

Smithwick Tribunal resumes public hearing: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

UK security 'linked me to murders': Irish Independent

Families demand apology for 'sickening' Bloody Sundae cocktail: Derry Journal
Julieann Campbell

'Bloody Sunday' cocktail – Adventure Bar apologises: BBC

Patrick Maguire – A time to heal: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Close-up Census figures are revealing: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

London Notebook – No love lost in Commons over same-sex marriage: Belfast Telegraph

Groups awarded €1.5 million for "tireless" cross-border peace work:

Boyne cable bridge to be named after President Mary McAleese: Meath Chronicle

British police to patrol coastal waters for G8 summit in Northern Ireland:

Vince Vaughn's North doc launches on Netflix: RTE

Ghosts laid to rest as England and Ireland supporters give show of mutual respect: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Independence will make life harder for Scottish athletes says Sir Chris Hoy (May 28): Scottish Daily Record

Scottish independence – Chris Hoy 'abused' online: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Wednesday, May 29

Bill blocking ex-prisoners from becoming special advisers to ministers likely to be passed: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Ann Travers to deliver victim bill petition to SDLP: The News Letter

Floundering SDLP bows to pressure: Belfast Telegraph

Attorney General John Larkin offers to take on bigger role at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Does Northern Ireland need lustration?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Northern Ireland still long way from peace, declares Nobel winner Mairead Maguire: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Sinn Fein meet Parades Commission over Portadown Mini-Twelfth: Portadown Times

Parades Commission ruling for Portadown mini Twelfth slammed: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

PSNI train G8 police to drive landrovers: UTV

Loyalist civil rights campaigners plan to protest at G8 summit: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Dissident republicans in Belfast use bogus 999 call to attack police:
Henry McDonald

PSNI officers escape injury after pipe bombs thrown at car: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

RIRA chiefs boot out Ryan brothers in bitter cash row: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

'Approaches' to mortar accused to 'turn supergrass': Derry Journal

'IRA gang' tried to blackmail businessman: UTV

Complaint over 'bias' in tour of Maze prison: The News Letter

Minister told to look at payout for wrongful conviction in bomb plot: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Former agent seeks damages payment from Ulster newspaper: The News Letter

Funds approved for new cross-border bridge on Carlingford Lough: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Widespread delight as Narrow Water Bridge funding approved: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Protestant boxing club club snubs Sinn Fein Sports Minister Caral Ni Chuilin: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Ringland affirms challenges to GAA over IRA medals row: The News Letter

GAA nominated for European Union's 'citizens prize':

Global Peace Forum can help change 'hearts and minds': Derry Journal

Former IRA man arrested in Senegal: The Irish Times
Paddy Agnew

Media gag on radical Muslims 'futile as ban on Sinn Fein': Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday, May 28

Blocking bill is "two fingers up" to unionists – Mallon: BBC

Ann Travers hails plea by Seamus Mallon to SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Flag protesters take to an untraditional route: Irish News
John Manley

Let us play role in talks, says SF councillor: Newtownabbey Times

Bible-Thumpers go sacramental: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Police must eschew interference in the political process (May 16): The News Letter

Gardai probe dissident link to tanker theft: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Brady

'Guy who took tanker would be shot if he didn't': Irish Examiner
Elaine Keogh

Jailed republican Marian Price to find out if she will be released: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Republican to take case to Europe: Lurgan Mail

Derry's children united to light flame of peace (May 16): Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Should Paramilitary Murals in Belfast Be Repainted?: The Atlantic
Tricia Tongco and Shweta Saraswat

A very expensive lesson in learning (May 22): Belfast Telegraph

Gaelic coaching sparks row at school: Lurgan Mail

GAA 'ignored' letters about IRA medals handed to boys: The News Letter

Why England fans should surrender their traditional chant:
Mark Perryman

What happened to Combat 18 after the '95 Landsdowne Road riot?:
Raf Diallo

Huge leap in people with Irish addresses applying for British bankruptcy: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Ireland needs to sort bankruptcy tourism: Belfast Telegraph

No says Diarmaid Ferriter. Without the Upper House power will be in the hands of a tiny elite beyond any scrutiny: Irish Independent
Diarmuid Ferriter

Terrorism will never destroy sheer courage and goodness: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Six Nobel laureates attend Belfast peace conference: BBC

Scottish independence – Tories deny 1970s oil claims: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Scotland's tough call – stay in the UK, or stay in the EU? (May 19): The Guardian
Angus Roxburgh

Monday, May 27

SDLP unlikely to support Stormont ex-terrorists ban (May 26): Sunday Independent
Alan Murray

Removing flags with no assent endangers workers – Kennedy: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

'Talk about the Twelfth in Carnlough' – SF plea: Larne Times

Ulster Unionists call for councils to mark funeral of murdered soldier: The News Letter

Positive economic benefits from Loyal Order parades (May 23): The News Letter

Rise in numbers made homeless by intimidation (May 16): BBC

Northern Ireland's (Truth) & Reconciliation Process? (May 21):
Steven McCaffery

Ninety-two per cent favour united Ireland in local 'poll': The Irish Times
Una Bradley

Renewing the constitutional fundamentals of the Good Friday Agreement (May 21): (from the Irish News)
Colin Harvey

University proud of efforts to help transition to peace (May 22): Belfast Telegraph
Hastings Donnan

Finance Minister's 'brinkmanship' over bridge deeply worrying, says McKevitt (May 22): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Why Alan Shatter should have held his fire: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Seanad's future – Abolition an admission of failure: Irish Examiner

Britain's monarchy is an invocation of a reactionary past: The Guardian
Tanya Gold

Lennon bomb plot convict 'posted' loyalist messages: The Scotsman

Jon Daly – If anyone has an issue with an Irish Catholic joining Rangers in 2013 it's their problem, not mine: Scottish Daily Record
Gordon Waddell

'Scotland remains a hostile place for Catholics to live in': The Herald
Cate Devine

Scottish independence – UK underplayed value of oil (May 20): The Scotsman

Better off out of it – a slogan whose time has finally come (May 22): The Herald
Ian Bell

Sunday, May 26

Attwood denies SDLP tensions over SPAD bill: The News Letter

Sinn Fein MLA Alex Maskey – No party can ignore issues like parading: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Former Sinn Fein councillor concerned at party direction: Lurgan Mail

Should truth be separated from reconciliation? (May 20):
Steven McCaffery

Pipe bomb explodes in Belfast suburb: Irish Independent
Brian Hutton

Orangemen remember those killed in the Troubles: Impartial Reporter

Community relations award for key figure in Derry parades resolution: Derry Journal

Sometimes it takes a Jeremiah to see reality of bitter life here (May 23): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Trade Minister says A5 ruling 'clearly disappointing': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Teen who lost grandfather to troubles to attend US peace conference: Impartial Reporter

Film star Vince explores the Art of Conflict (May 17): The News Letter

Breakthrough on EU "discrimination" against Irish language: Donegal Democrat

Time to learn the lesson about Church and state (May 15): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Major business conference needs to focus on results (May 8): The News Letter
N R Greer

Only political insiders would mourn the passing of the Seanad (May 23): The Irish Times
Paschal Donohoe

Jon Daly on being an Irish Catholic Rangers player: The Scotsman
Paul Forsyth

Mum's fury as sectarian thug, who beat and abused her on a train, escapes a jail sentence: Scottish Daily Record

Saturday, May 25

Ex-prisoners debate 1998 Agreement peace deal: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Loyalist banner sparks outrage: Newtownabbey Times

PUP condemns reporter threats: Belfast Telegraph

Now let's build this shared future for all: Belfast Telegraph

BBC apologises after Sinn Féin minister complains over 'SF/IRA' label: The Irish Times
Fiona Gartland

TUV calls for petition support: Banbridge Leader

Alert after city dissident search: UTV

Peace conference opens in Londonderry: BBC

Carál Ní Chuilín overturns PRONI archive refusal (May 23): BBC

Terror suspect allowed leave from prison if accompanied by GAA club chairman: The News Letter

John Downey charged with murder of four British soldiers in Hyde Park bombing: RTE

'Micky bo' killers sentenced for schoolboy murder: The News Letter

PSNI 'may have to foot £50m G8 bill', says Gerry Kelly: BBC

Nesbitt and Neeson star in 'troubles' film: Carrick Times

Film star Vince Vaughn brushes up on the history of Northern Ireland's murals for his new film: Belfast Telegraph
Una Brankin

Ministers defend cost of international travel: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Londonderry regeneration body, Ilex, fails to fill second top post (May 20): BBC

Seanad – Harte calls for urgent cross-Border initiative against diesel laundering (May 24): The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Paddy believes the Narrow Water bridge must go ahead: Dundalk Democrat

The night Lansdowne became a battlefield: Evening Herald
Eamon Carr

Rangers sign former Republic of Ireland under-21 striker Daly: The Irish Times

Religious control of schools is neither tolerant nor inclusive (May 23): The Irish Times
Sheila Maher

Army failed to learn the lessons of Massereene: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Suzanne Breen

Boris Johson Wants London To Be Financially Devolved, Like Scotland And Wales (May 15): Huffington Post
Tom Moseley

Friday, May 24

McGuinness wants deal on parades, flags and the past to be in place before Christmas: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Flags row 'had negative impact on teens': UTV

Congressmen calls for full implementation of Good Friday Agreement: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

Full decommissioning 'not certain': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Good Friday referendum – Nationalists and Alliance reflect: BBC
Martina Purdy

Loyalist plan to submit 100s of parade applications: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Ulster People's Forum planning civil rights marches: The News Letter

IFI funds 'mediator' post to deal with 'threat-making agencies': Londonderry Sentinel
William Allen

Stormont's shared future strategy – what if it works?:
Steven McCaffery

Ann Travers 'more hopeful' after meeting SDLP leadership: BBC

Threats against Ulster journalists are "unacceptable": The News Letter

Journalists' union welcomes PUP support over threats: BBC

Londonderry man 'asked to turn supergrass': BBC

How did gang thug Rice get to live high life in New York?: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Public records office withheld files unlawfully – solicitor: BBC
Vincent Kearney

New strategy for shared education unveiled by Stormont leaders: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Sinn Fein hypocrisy on Wallace affair defies belief: Irish Independent
Paul Wiilliams

Freedom accolade for TA soldiers: Belfast Telegraph

Irish language denial a human rights issue, says Higgins: RTE

Narrow Water bridge trouble: Dundalk Democrat

Queen's University honours former US president Bill Clinton: BBC

With G8 leaders on the way, Northern Ireland ramps up security: Christian Science Monitor
Jason Walsh

Policing Board – G8 policing and security costs in region of £50m: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

David Miliband warns that British weakness in Europe could hold back Ireland: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

England fans warned against singing anti-IRA songs at Wembley by Roy Hodgson: The Independent
James Olley

No place for a slogan of hate: Daily Express
John Dillon

Wednesday, May 22

Ann Travers fury as SDLP blocks terror aide ban: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Prisoner elite getting millions, says Attwood: The News Letter

UPF's "bemusement" at PSNI talks in Cardiff: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Peter Robinson accused of 'ranting' at critics of shared future plan: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Good Friday Agreement referendum – Unionists reflect 15 years on: BBC
Martina Purdy

'Us and them' issues at the heart of our identity crisis: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Tribal politics are preventing merger of two teacher training colleges we can't afford – claim: Belfast Telegraph
Anna Maguire

Conference on dealing with NI's past: UTV

DPP – Issues over historic cases must be addressed Warning society 'drifting along in vacuum of some uncertainty': Irish News
Michael McHugh

Loyalists trying to avoid history's traditional route (May 17):
Steven McCaffery

New Prisoner Ombudsman appointed: UTV

Man shot in legs and ankles during paramilitary-style attack: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Four men jailed over 'Red Hand Defenders' blackmail plot: BBC

Suspect in Lithuanian mob boss slaying was RIRA torture victim: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Ulster Unionist leader calls for 'Bog Child' to be removed from schools reading list: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Mr Gove... Then and now: BBC
Mark Devenport

My best history lesson – teaching Northern Ireland and the Troubles: The Guardian
James Cannon

Peace studies centre opens at Queen's: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'We can't let the fuel gangsters win' – Bradley (May 16): Newry Times
Paul Malone

End political paranoia and secrecy on overseas travel costs (May 18): Belfast Telegraph

Large cuts loom for EU peace pot: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

No more No Surrender – Why it's time to admit the anti-IRA chant has no place at an England match: Daily Mirror
Oliver Holt

Celtic star Anthony Stokes says he's learned from mistakes he made as young player as he eyes Scottish Cup glory: Scottish Daily Record
David McCarthy

Scottish independence – Corporate tax slash pledge: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Scottish independence – it's still (almost) all about oil: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Tuesday, May 21

I expect terror attacks during G8 summit, admits police chief: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Davis

Wales policing talks to continue in NI: UTV

Gerry Adams – Peace process issues 'must be addressed': BBC

Northern Ireland's past looms large again in five-hour debate: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Special advisors' bill passes another hurdle: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

SPAD bill – SDLP will try to block new special advisers legislation at Stormont: BBC

Ban on political advisers with jail record set to fail: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Primacy of an accountable PSNI is paramount' – Ruane: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Commissioner slams PSNI 'thug' leaflets: UTV

Ambush won't stop patrols in west Belfast – police chief: Belfast Telegraph

Londonderry peace event faces unionist criticism: BBC

Twelfth fears over Ardoyne 'stalemate': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Murray

National Union of Journalists demands threats be withdrawn: BBC

British 'opt-out' from EU could complicate law enforcement in Irish 'bandit country': Washington Post
Jamie Smyth

G8 police get boiler suits to disguise them amid fears Northern Ireland summit could be targeted by terrorists: Daily Mail
Chris Greenwood

Opaque and dangerously unaccountable – the verdict on MI5 five years on:
Barry McCaffrey

Brendan 'Bik' McFarlane leader of prison breakout: Belfast Telegraph

Tough times for Gerry Adams in Republic over IRA denials (May 2): The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Nationalists need 'Foreign Embassy': (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

United Ireland Debate a huge success: The Cross Examiner

Suspensions of 'n' word footballers will stand: Irish News

Conflict studies institute launched: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Scottish independence – Treasury claims savers would not be protected: BBC

Independence referendum will leave emotional scars: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Ex-soldier told to repaint his St George's flag front door by housing association after it was deemed offensive and distressing: Daily Mail

Monday, May 20

Talks on policing events in North see commitment to non-violence: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

Cardiff police talks did not cover parades or flags unrest: Irish News

Cardiff talks should make Northern Ireland summer 'safer': BBC

McGuinness – 'So what?' remark by minister unfortunate choice of words: Irish News
David Roy

Parties more interested in a carve-up than shared future (May 13): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Interesting parallels between Tories and unionists in Northern Ireland (May 16): The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Bid to bridge division highlighted: Belfast Telegraph

King says Derry can be inspiration to world: Derry Journal
Martin McGinley

Window smashed at politician's office: The News Letter

Boundary Proposals to be considered: Mid Ulster Mail

Union Jacks Over Council Property: Belfast Media

Freemasons on march in Derry: Belfast Telegraph

CIRA didn't murder Kieran: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

'Fuel fraud criminals should be put in fear of the criminal justice system' – Kennedy: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Where else but Northern Ireland would a killer on a school board even be mooted as a possibility?: The Independent
Robert Fisk

G8 summit will put Northern Ireland under security lockdown: The Independent
David McKittrick

IRA bomber sings rebel songs in Celtic fans' Belfast bar: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Allen

Cancer battle won't stop David McClarty MLA: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Adams fresh raises concern for Narrowater Bridge project: Dundalk Democrat

Now Foster is flying out to do business with boys from Brazil: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Banks at risk if Scotland becomes independent: Irish Independent

British identity is key to debate on independence: The Scotsman
Andrew Wilson

Unionists 'knocking seven bells' out of Scottish nationalists in referendum debate: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Lessons for a fruitful peace process from Northern Ireland:
Gary Spedding

Sunday, May 19

Cardiff talks – 'Dialogue and non-violence essential': BBC

No breakthrough in talks over Twelfth parades: Irish Independent

Residents groups criticise parades talks in Cardiff (May 18): Irish News
Connla Young

Robinson prophets little in throwing Book at UUP (May 16): (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Protestant girls beaten over Catholic friend: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Man beaten up in sectarian hate crime: Ulster Star

Conference in call to destroy stereotype of 'poor' Protestants: The News Letter

TUV want people to sign Maze petition: Portadown Times

Balmoral show in pictures – Maze site hailed as massive success: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

A Prison Site's Future Stirs Up the Ghosts of Its Notorious Past: New York Times
Douglas Dalby

Garda and PSNI to link systems: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Jeremiah couldn't take libel case today: The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Forget protesters, this world summit is Gr8 chance for us to shine at last (May 16): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Derry gets its cultural kicks and a new start from local heroes: The Observer
Henry McDonald

Irish grads sting UK for college fees: Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

England manager Roy Hodgson tells fans to cut out anti-IRA songs at Ireland friendly: Sunday Telegraph
Henry Winter and Jason Burt

Constitutional convention rejects motion on Seanad (May 18): The Irish Times
Ruadhan Mac Cormaic

UVF terrorist, who had a key role in a bomb plot, was hired to look after health and safety at a major hospital building project in Glasgow: Scottish Daily Record
Mark McGivern

Galloway attacked for SNP Catholic slur: Sunday Herald
Liam Kirkaldy

Independence – Brown urges Scots not to give up on UK: The Scotsman
Eddie Barnes

Scottish independence – divorce makes sense for both parties (May 17): The Guardian
Iain Banks

Let's quit EU say 46% of voters in poll: Sunday Telegraph
Patrick Hennessy

Saturday, May 18

PSNI 'community talks' begin in Wales: UTV

Cardiff talks not about brokering parade deal – PSNI: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Martin Luther King's son arrives ahead of peace event in Londonderry: The News Letter
Michael McGlade

Spark for peace idea struck in far off Helmand: Londonderry Sentinel

Out of the darkness: Derry Journal

Paisley focuses on Jeremiah after Robinson quip: The News Letter

Parades Commission – 'Right choices' needed over marches: BBC

'Choices to be made' on parades – Osborne: UTV

RAF flagpole brings drama at Limavady Borough Council: Derry Journal

PSNI finds suspect bomb at site of gun attack: The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Police gun attack 'absolutely disgraceful' says McGuinness: BBC

PSNI defend pulling officer out after ambush: The News Letter

Teenager shot in punishment attack: Belfast Telegraph

Men jailed over Co Tyrone explosives: UTV

Man faces extradition to Northern Ireland on terrorism charges: Irish Examiner

Trade union in Marian Price row: The News Letter

Clarke calls for justice for Massereene killers: Antrim Times

39th anniversary of Dublin and Monaghan bombings: RTE

Kennedy 'wasting' public money on signage, claims Fearon: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Taoiseach urged to raise bridge cash delay with DUP ministers: Irish News

British and Irish identities vie for loyalty across the religious divide: The News Letter

Census also details national identity: Irish News

Historic joint session for North-South legal groups: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Call for A5 investment strategy: Derry Journal

SF's tax stance blown out of the water: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Including Northern Ireland in golf's World Cup was a blunder!: The News Letter

Scott Stark given banning order for sectarian singing: BBC

Labour MPs join Tories in demanding referendum on EU: (from the Belfast Telegraph)
Liam Clarke

Why I fear the sneerers will beat the romantics in the battle for Scotland: Daily Telegraph
Graeme Archer

Scottish independence – Pound at heart of debate: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

'Scottish nationalists are fascist scum' – Nigel Farage hounded by mob says they were driven by hatred of the English: Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

Friday, May 17

Cleric slams Peter Robinson's 'wicked misuse' of prophet's name: The News Letter

Security at Stormont always under review says assembly: Irish News

Belfast republicans' staged burglary lures police into armed ambush:
Henry McDonald

Man held after gun ambush on police causes terror in street: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Poole

Ex-detective questions wisdom of police involvement in Wales talks: The News Letter

Northern Ireland Parades Commission to continue difficult role: BBC
Martina Purdy

Order in Twelfth 'contingency plan': UTV

Revealed – Wales police talks will cost £26,000: The News Letter

UVF symbols flag up bigger issues for peace: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Man to stand trial accused of Union flag street disorder: Belfast Telegraph

Top loyalist condemns attack on Catholic girl: The News Letter

NUJ condemns loyalist threats against Northern Ireland journalists:
Roy Greenslade

Martin Corey detention to be challenged in European court: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Gardai say two gym gun attacks could be linked: Evening Herald
Conor Feehan

Man arrested while wearing a wig guilty of IRA membership: Irish Independent
Natasha Reid

UKIP councillor defends angry response over Finucane apology: Irish Post
Niall O'Sullivan

Chilling testimony before congressional hearing on Pat Finucane death – New hearings told how informer was murdered before he could give evidence: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Higher unemployment among Catholics, figures show: The News Letter

Northern society changing slowly from embedded patterns of the past: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Irish people in UK 'less likely to identify themselves as British' than other groups: Belfast Telegraph

Funding for Narrow Water bridge may be lost: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Michael Collins and Eamon de Valera would not be allowed drive taxis under new Bill, SF claims: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Shatter – Only criminals will benefit if Britain leaves EU (May 15): Irish Independent
Fionnán Sheahan

France seek Europe political union within two years: The Scotsman
Ingrid Melander

Scottish independence – British identity 'key to referendum': BBC

Thursday, May 16

Officials 'turned blind eye' to Pat Finucane killing: Daily Telegraph
Peter Foster

US Congress critical of UK inquiry into 1989 killing of Pat Finucane:
Ewen MacAskill

Michael Finucane testifies on Capitol Hill: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Journalists 'given death threats': Belfast Telegraph

Further dissident republican violence is feared after bodybuilder shot in Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Brady, Sam Griffin and Luke Byrne

Brother of murdered dissident republican Alan Ryan denied bail: Irish Independent

Orange Lodge didn't meet Rasharkin residents over march move: The News Letter

Two unionists out on a limb as they oppose plans for park service: Portadown Times

Man sought £1bn over PSNI recruitment: UTV

Police called to give evidence in witness bugging case:
Barry McCaffrey

'Police officers to give evidence' over alleged attempt to sabotage Stephen Carroll murder appeal: Belfast Telegraph

SF slammed for response to Birmingham bomb family: The News Letter

Justice4the21 – fighting for the truth about the Birmingham pub bombings: Birmingham Mail
Mike Lockley

PSNI confirms fresh move to obtain Boston College transcripts: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Ulster GAA admits no evidence of probe into IRA medals complaint: The News Letter

Ulster Council attempting to breach the great historic divide: The Irish Times
Sean Moran

Corporation tax bid is kept alive by new proposals: Belfast Telegraph

Irish police will get powers to block mobile phone signals for G8 summit in Fermanagh: Belfast Telegraph
Fionnán Sheahan and Tom Brady

William McCrea votes to leave Europe: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Grew

The future of the Seanad: The Irish Times


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