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Sunday, May 31

McGuinness describes Stormont crisis as 'very grave situation': The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Northern Ireland political deadlock 'looks foolish on world stage': BBC

Time to replace the benefits cheque with a reality check: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Longest serving MP in Northern Ireland thanks his supporters: Ulster Star

Alice Cooper's words rang true in General Election 2015 (May 15): Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

Sinn Fein mayor comes under fire for 'insulting' comment about the Army on social media: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Gardai now probe leaks about IRA sex abusers: Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

I'm tired of Adams's nonsense, and I've challenged the coward to a debate: Sunday Independent
Mairia Cahill

'It's time to move on from Raymond McCreesh Park issue' – Kimmins urges Unionists: Newry Times
Paul Malone

IRA play park row – SDLP will vote to change name: The News Letter

Britain's Secret Terror Deals – collusion claims to be raised at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'Official' IRA hid 5,000 AK-47s in secret bunkers: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Rewriting of history causing anger – Ringland: The News Letter

O'Hagan family offer £50,000 reward for info (May 29): UTV

Police set to interview former IRA chief over Birmingham pub bombings (May 25): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Local murder in Orange Order film: Ulster Star

Peter Robinson attends Irish Open: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Northern Ireland Assembly "failing" on integrated schooling commitments: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

Unclear if minister will face sanctions over gay marriage views: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Is Catholic Church paying for the sins of its fathers?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Controversy over Dáil claims raises serious issues about democracy (May 30): The Irish Times
Michael McDowell

Our parliament cannot be silenced (May 30): Irish Examiner
Editorial

We owe a debt to the diaspora, but right to vote would be step too far (May 21): Irish Independent
Dan O'Brien

Stark warning for future of Irish in Gaeltacht areas (May 30): The Irish Times
Éanna Ó Caollaí

If we really value Irish then we have to work harder to protect it (May 30): Irish Independent
Rónán Ó Domhnaill

Old Firm friends or bitter rivals... either way, they are what keeps us all watching: Belfast Telegraph
Julian Taylor

Michael Gove determined to scrap the Human Rights Act – even if Scotland retains it: Independent on Sunday
James Cusick

The Tories must make the case for a Bill of Rights: Sunday Telegraph
Editorial

Scotland's Bra Queen – I have been driven from my home by the vitriol of Sturgeon's 'CyberNats' – The real reason the millionaire is heading south...in her own words: Daily Mail
Michelle Mone

A Tory party in thrall to Ukip, a PM heading for disaster ... but Scotland belongs in Europe no matter what: Sunday Herald
Nicola Sturgeon

Saturday, May 30

British and Irish governments to intervene in Stormont stalemate: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Kelly under fire on Stormont House Agreement claims: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Ministers to meet Treasury officials after budget failure: The News Letter

OFMdFm can't even give cash away: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

DUP leader Peter Robinson discharged from hospital after heart scare: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Human cost of public life can be high price to pay (May 26): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

'Why was our offer to end tyre-burning on bonfire turned down?': Belfast Media
David Whelan

Mid Ulster balance of power tips towards SDLP: Mid Ulster Mail

Teen stole Sinn Fein wreaths in revenge for loyalist memorial attack: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Milltown killer could be freed under early release guidelines: Irish News

Assault rifle used in seven unsolved murders and betting shop raid in Northern Ireland is discovered on display at Imperial War Museum exhibition: Daily Mail
Jenny Awford

Kenny's 'broken promise' on Kingsmills files release: The News Letter

Obama, Congress must act after BBC documentary: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Remember atrocities, but do not live in hate: Irish Examiner
Editorial

On-the-Runs scandal took no account of innocent Troubles victims (Mar 31): Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Son, this is your Irish heritage (May 20): Glens Falls Post-Star
Ken Tingley

Legacy of peace at Glencree: Wicklow People
Mary Fogarty

Thousands urge Tesco to retain products: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

Magherafelt DUP councillor deflects criticism over 'homosexuality not legal' remark: Tyrone Times

Presbyterian minister at odds with church over gay marriage: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

What Ireland's Same-Sex Marriage Vote Means for Northern Ireland: Slate
Liam Hoare

Marriage vote gives us a new global identity: Irish Independent
Eoin Hahessy

Ireland still wedded to church: Boston Herald
Steve Coronella

Irish gays, U.S. religion and the future of faith: Baptist Standard
Editorial

The Angelus is staying... and it's going to cost us €20,000 to keep it: TheJournal.ie
Michael Sheils McNamee

Irish language declining faster than thought: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

British Legion's 'Uslster' blooper on RUC badges (May 25): Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Friend of Mad Dog accused was asked by police to turn informer, court hears: Glasgow Evening Times

Call to cut public cash to football if sectarianism sanctions ignored: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Royal fever takes over media: Sligo Champion
Jessica Farry

Conservatives attacking the Human Rights Act have forgotten their party's tradition of defending liberty: Daily Telegraph
Stewart Wood

Majority of Irish people want to remain in EU, even if UK leaves: Irish Independent

Does Britain want to be a leader or loser in Europe? (May 28): Daily Telegraph
Peter Wilding

Dublin mayor – 'Catalonia deserves independence': TheLocal.es
Jessica Jones

Friday, May 29

Northern Executive fails to agree a budget: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stormont ministers to meet Treasury officials after failing to agree budget: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh and Lesley-Anne McKeown

Arlene Foster – No movement on welfare reform bill: BBC
Mark Devenport

Stormont crisis – Thanks to Sinn Fein and elements of SDLP we have the worst of all outcomes, says DUP's Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Concern expressed at Northern Ireland political stalemate: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

It's elementary, Madam Secretary ... surprise yourself and your MLAs (May 25): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Impasse at Stormont: The Irish Times
Editorial

More Catholics have confidence in the PSNI than Protestants: Belfast Live
David Ottewell

Only through the UUP can the Tories fulfil their duty in NI: The News Letter
Alistair Lexden

Claim that hundreds of deaths in North happened due to collusion: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Amnesty demands action over BBC findings on Northern Ireland killings: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

PSNI boss questions claims on scale of Troubles collusion killings: BBC

Gun in museum revelation has 'added insult to injury': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

NI paramilitary informant murders – a life lost, a life saved: BBC

Peter Robinson gets bowl of fruit from Martin McGuinness during hospital visit: BBC

'How damning it takes illness to spark a NI civility outbreak?': Londonderry Sentinel
Terry Wright

Adams' antics soured that sweet royal Irish visit (May 24): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Call for Military Covenant in NI: Londonderry Sentinel

Military Covenant – Nationalists reject DUP veterans call (May 27): BBC
Vincent Kearney

Call for Sinn Fein to lift 'Maze veto': Ulster Star

Dungiven Hunger Strike memorial targeted: Derry Journal

McLoughlin seeks assurances following dissident arrests: Leitrim Observer

Ulster Unionists meet equality body over Newry playpark: The News Letter

We were failed miserably by system, claim alleged victims of rape and IRA cover-ups: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Magherafelt councillor will face calls to retract 'homosexuality should not be legal' comment: Mid Ulster Mail

'I think it's time NI caught up with the rest of Britain and Ireland': Lurgan Mail

McKay in gay rights appeal: Ballymena Times

Same sex marriage – Churches must live with the new reality or wilt further: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

The 'gay cake' ruling against a Christian bakery could lead to even more discrimination (May 19): Daily Telegraph
Padraig Reidy

Pearse McAuley faces charges relating to threats on wife's life: The Irish Times
Aine McMahon

Micheál Martin should talk to the orphaned conservative voters: Irish Independent
David Quinn

Ireland's media silenced over MP's speech about Denis O'Brien: The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

Scottish football still ignoring sectarianism and should face sanctions, experts tell Government: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Northern Ireland's Union flag protests find an echo in South Africa (May 11): TheDetail.tv
Paul Nolan

Thursday, May 28

Villiers 'reluctantly' mulling taking over welfare in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McGuinness – Welfare cuts would be a 'huge mistake': Irish News
Simon Doyle

Unionists hit back at 'Scrap NI' remarks by Sinn Fein's Barry McElduff: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Queen's speech – Government sets out plans for Stormont House Agreement legislation: BBC

Stakes high in Northern Ireland welfare reform crisis: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Warning that welfare cuts impasse will delay justice for Troubles victims in North: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

Welfare reform bill – Time to suspend this farce: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

President Obama needs to act urgently on Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Gravest threat yet to Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Robinson continues to make good progress after 'heart attack': The News Letter

Sinn Fein chief McGuinness visits Robinson in hospital: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Gerry's a royal pain as Charles shows he really is a class act: Sunday World
Paddy Murray

British royals shouldn't be encouraged (May 26): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

PSNI prepare for difficult summer with parades and disputes: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

PSNI seriously under-funded, says North's police union chief: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

NI police officers who fled homes after republican threats to lose rent support: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Gangland thug 'Buffalo' Billy warns how Real IRA members now 'legit targets': Sunday World
Nicola Tallant

'UDA foot soldiers' face trial for attempted murder: The News Letter

Did the UK state collude with NI paramilitary killers?: BBC

The night Ian Paisley accused TV legend Bill of being drunk (May 27): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Florida rescinds its MacBride Law: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Failure to fix corporation tax 'putting jobs at risk': The News Letter

Donaldson praises Jenny Palmer's contribution to local politics (May 21): The News Letter

'Gay cake' case – Ashers bakery to appeal discrimination decision: BBC

Gay cake verdict shows laws needed to allow for differing views, says DUP's Sammy Wilson (May 20): Belfast Telegraph
John Porter

The more things change, the more they stay the same – this time it's no different: Irish Independent
Ivan Yates

Golf fever in air but Stormont won't be swinging into action: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF – Let's synchronise NI-Republic bank holidays (May 26): The News Letter

Coveney says no to all-island sheep meat label (May 22): Agriland.com
Richard Halleron

Queen's Speech 2015 – Plan for British Bill of Rights put on the back burner: The Independent
Oliver Wright

David Cameron's rights Bill is a fallacy (May 21): Belfast Telegraph
Patrick Corrigan

It makes perfect political sense to back away from the British Bill of Rights: Daily Telegraph
Janet Daley

UK referendum – For the benefit of all in EU?: The Irish Times
Editorial

Offer Wales 'same devolution deal', says Plaid Cymru MP: BBC

Wednesday, May 27

Northern Ireland power sharing in crisis as welfare bill fails: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Rejection of welfare bill an act of 'political terrorism' – UUP: The News Letter

McGuinness vows SF will continue to fight Tory cuts: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Charlie Flanagan warns on implications of Northern deadlock: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Peter Robinson given welfare debate briefing in his hospital bed, as he recovers from heart attack: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

NI First Minister Peter Robinson 'stable and improving': BBC

Arlene Foster could keep steady hand on the tiller if Peter Robinson steps aside: Belfast Telegraph
Christopher Woodhouse

After welfare vote fails, what next for the power-sharing Executive?: The News Letter

Robinson's absence will fuel pessimism over deal to break deadlock: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Crisis on welfare changes nearing climax as Stormont limps on: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Scots showed how to oppose Tories without breaking bank: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Trouble ahead at Stormont?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Welfare reform – Waiting to see who'll blink first in Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Sinn Fein will create crises until it is penalised for doing so: The News Letter
Editorial

Captain Doug Beattie accuses government of 'abandoning' Northern Ireland military veterans: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Flags to go up on June 1 – down in September: Portadown Times

Portadown flags protocol could be copied in other areas: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Homes at east Belfast interface evacuated: Irish News
John Monaghan

'Jock' Davison shot with Soviet-style gun, say Northern Ireland police: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Cahill urges SF to clarify issues over accused's defence: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Deafening silence on Mairia Cahill case: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

IRA play park row commission wholly discredited – Kennedy: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Assembly preaches integration but still segregates using 'shared schools': Londonderry Sentinel

Protest planned for gay marriage equality in the North of Ireland: Irish Post
Fiona Audley

CoI 'must honour' parishioners in gay marriages: The News Letter

Pastor's fury at taxpayer-funded tourism drive over gay marriage: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Gay marriage vote is food for thought for unionists: The News Letter
John McCallister

Would any gay person here vote to keep partition?: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Spare a thought for those who voted No in Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Ireland's huge cultural shift: Scranton Times-Tribune
Editorial

English fans barred from travelling to Dublin soccer match: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

'Aer Lingus literally flew the flag for Ireland during the dark days of the Troubles': Irish Independent
Mike Lavery

'**** all Taigs' – Vandals desecrate Catholic church by daubing sectarian slogans on its walls: Scottish Daily Record

EU exit 'only possible' if all four nations of UK agree to it, Nicola Sturgeon says: The Independent
Nigel Morris

Labour right to back EU vote, but also to warn against rash exit (May 25): The News Letter
Editorial

Tuesday, May 26

Northern Ireland first minister Peter Robinson suffers suspected heart attack: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

McGuinness concern after Peter Robinson taken to hospital: Derry Journal

DUP to keep top job as leaders unite in wishing speedy recovery: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Northern Ireland welfare reform debate expected to go ahead: BBC

Peter Robinson to miss key vote after suspected heart attack: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Peter Robinson – reputation as unforgiving DUP negotiator: The Irish Times

Robinson faces uncertain political future after heart attack: Irish Independent
Liam Clarke

Kyle Paisley hints his twin is the man to tame DUP nest of vipers: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Why the SDLP could waver as welfare reform D-Day looms in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein – Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales should join forces to fight welfare cuts: Belfast Telegraph
Martin McGuinness

Assembly on the brink ... scheme could stop meltdown: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Sort out the welfare mess now (May 22): Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Reborn in the Irish mainstream, Sinn Féin boosted by anti-austerity stance: AlJazeera.com
Graham Clifford

Realism needed in welfare row: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Historic handshake between Gerry Adams and Britain's Prince Charles shows 'how far' Ireland has come – Ban Ki-moon: Irish Independent
Mark O'Regan

Sinn Féin and the royal visit – political opportunism disguised as reconciliation: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Mairia Cahill hasn't gone away, Mr Adams: Irish Independent
Editorial

John McCallister – 'Basil brought down NI21. We weren't focused on politics': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

UUP councillor's disquiet over Nesbitt's softening opposition to same-sex marriage: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

'Why I left Fianna Fail' – Averil Power on her departure from party in her own words: Irish Independent
Averil Power

Bryson lodges appeal against flag conviction: Irish News

'Smaller parties being discriminated' against: Derry Journal

Davison murder probe to feature on Crimewatch: UTV

Adams is a coward for refusing live debate, says Mairia: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Niall O'Connor

Equality Commission washes its hands of IRA play park name: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

No cause for celebration after gay wedding cake fight (May 24): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Same-sex marriage vote an 'unmitigated disaster' for Church: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Disaster of vote on president's age shows politicians need to grow up: Evening Herald

Inside Track – David Leask on how "narrow nationalists" banned Europeans from voting on Europe: The Herald
David Leask

We must get rid of the dreadful Human Rights Act (May 13): Daily Telegraph
Allison Pearson

Monday, May 25

Arlene Foster hopes welfare impasse does not lead to collapse of the assembly: BBC

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness told to 'up their game' to bring Protestants and Catholics together (May 21): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'I would have met Charles if it meant advancing peace process' – Doherty: Ulster Herald

A meeting of two men, but not of minds: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

This was more like an assault than a handshake: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sinn Fein meet PSNI to discuss tensions in north Lurgan (May 22): Lurgan Mail
Carmel Robinson

Secret files claim IRA terror suspects here were given amnesty: Irish Independent
Robert Mendick

Authorities have apologised to me. So should Adams: Sunday Independent
Mairia Cahill

Criticism as Adams denies rape cover-up: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Mary Lou seeks to defend Adams over Mairia 'uncle' claims: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Northern Ireland under pressure after Irish gay marriage referendum win: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Sinn Fein vows to continue gay marriage campaign in Northern Ireland: The News Letter

Gay marriage vote – Presbyterian Church disappointed at result: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Locals laud Ireland's vote on gay marriage: Boston Globe
Laura Crimaldi

All churches in Ireland in need of 'reality check': The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Church Faces Murky Future as Irish Support Same-Sex Marriage: New York Times
Danny Hakim

A paradigm shift the Irish were more than ready for: Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

The striking thing about the Yes camp was its intolerance: Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Neill

Tolerance in victory: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Young voters give wake-up call ahead of next election (May 24): Irish Independent
Adrian Kavanagh

Everyone a loser in 'gay cake' row (May 20): Belfast Telegraph
Peter Lynas

Religious faith and homosexuality – the perfect recipe for intolerance (May 20): Daily Telegraph
Allison Pearson

Ashers verdict may be right in law, but it leaves deep unease (May 20): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Palmer quits DUP ahead of discipline hearing (May 20): The News Letter

Victims query Bishop's Easter Rising address (May 19): The News Letter

Human Rights Act – SNP launch cross party talks in bid to block David Cameron's plans to scrap Act: Belfast Telegraph

Britain needs a Bill of Rights for the individual and the country: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Tributes paid after civil rights founder O'Hagan dies at 81 (May 11): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Scottish independence – Support grows for Yes: The Scotsman

Experts call for no new independence referendum for 15 years (May 20): The Herald
Kate Devlin

Scotland should have right to veto British exit from Europe, says SNP representative: The Independent
Chris Green

EU referendum: David Cameron to deny under-18s and European Union nationals the chance to vote: The Independent
Oliver Wright

How Britain Became European: New York Times
Vernon Bogdanor

Juncker and Cameron to discuss UK's future before EU poll: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Sunday, May 24

Prince Charles – Curtain falls on historic royal visit steeped in positives: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Prince challenged Christians to be channels for reconciliation: The News Letter
Norman Hamilton

Prince Charles visit – Reconciliation can hurt, but not like losing a loved one: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

The truth behind the Sinn Fein smiles: Sunday Telegraph
Tim Collins

Mullaghmore is moving on with Royal approval: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

IRA killers may have been offered immunity: Sunday Telegraph
Robert Mendick

Why Charles shakes Gerry Adams' hand – but avoids a loyal patriot: Daily Mail
Peter Hitchens

Peace is worth the long wait – Prince Charles visit (May 20): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Royal visit a big boost to our standing: Evening Herald
Editorial

Royal restraint in the face of IRA gloating (May 19): Daily Mail
Editorial

McCartney welcomes SDLP support over welfare: Derry Journal

Time's up warns Mark H Durkan, over lingering political posters: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF and DUP at daggers drawn while SDLP hold balance of power: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Mairia Cahill reacts furiously to claims by Gerry Adams that she was abused by her uncle: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

McCartney welcomes recommendations to support vicitims: Derry Journal

Gerry Adams on Stormont impasse: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

The Orange card trumps the Green – Austerity wins the election (May 18): InternationalViewpoint.org
John McAnulty

No answers, no solutions and no hope (May 19): Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Sinn Fein and TUV clash over Good Relations policy: Ballymoney Times

UUP behaviour at the count 'unacceptable': Portadown Times

Court told UDA murder plot accused seen having conversation in street: Sunday Herald
Carolyn Churchill

Derry Sinn Fein councillor 'strenuously' denies allegations of benefit fraud (May 21): Derry Journal

Border gang attempt to abduct man from shop: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Shoppers show their solidarity for beleaguered Ashers bakery: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

The moral of the gay wedding cake row – the law can't create tolerance (May 20): The Guardian
Simon Jenkins

Ashers 'gay cake' decision is a threat to our freedom of conscience (May 20): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Ashers saga raises questions about freedom of conscience (May 20): The News Letter
Editorial

Gay marriage Yes vote shows how much Republic of Ireland has changed: BBC
Shane Harrison

Panti Bliss – 'Ireland is no longer ruled by the Catholic Church': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Ireland has said 'yes' to gay marriage and 'no' to Catholicism: Sunday Telegraph
Tim Stanley

SF reiterates call for gay marriage in NI: UTV

Trying to turn gays straight is legal in NI: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Stormont isn't just on the wrong side of history on gay marriage – it's worse than that: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Diarmuid Martin – Catholic Church needs reality check: The Irish Times
Alison Healy

SNP 'to block human rights repeal': Belfast Telegraph

Tories at war over plan to scrap Human Rights Act: Sunday Telegraph
Tim Ross

Attempting to scrap the Human Rights Act would be 'shameful' and have 'enormous' consequences for the UK (May 20): WalesOnline.co.uk
David Williamson

Britain's demands from EU may trigger referendum in Ireland (May 20): Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

Scotland may have to leave the EU even if it votes to stay in, David Cameron confirms (May 20): The Independent
Jon Stone

Richard Burgon MP calls for the abolition of the monarchy as he takes oath of allegiance to the Queen in Parliament (May 21): The Independent
Kiran Moodley

Saturday, May 23

'It is time we became the subjects of our history and not its prisoners': Irish News

Prince Charles visit – South shows its true face: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

'Special, very special' – Prince Charles hopes to return to West as royal visit continues in Belfast: Irish Independent

Prince Charles visits Corrymeela – 'A model to all who strive for peace and reconciliation': Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Plenty of warmth for Prince Charles and in one instance, a bit too much: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Gerry Adams on meeting Prince Charles: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Time for a new kind of 'Ulster covenant' to rekindle the peace process: The Irish Times
Andy Pollak

We all need to forgive – but never forget: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

Prince Charles visit – Taboos broken, but we need to heed the political message: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Visit of Prince Charles – The long road to reconciliation: The Irish Times
Editorial

Paddy's self-respect washed away in drool of royal visit: Connacht Tribune
Dara Bradley

Prince Charles' sensitive words are in stark contrast to those of Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

North's DPP apologises to Mairia Cahill after mishandling of allegations of sexual abuse: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Daniel McConnell

Sir Keir Starmer report is a vindicaton of Maíria Cahill: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Fianna Fáil claims Gerry Adams has serious questions to answers: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

'Sinn Féin did not do enough' – Burton: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Maíria Cahill calls on Sinn Féin to accept report and to apologise: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Cahill – I'm vindicated but my alleged abuser will never face justice: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Two faces of Sinn Fein – Gerry Kelly joins protest while Martin McGuinness shakes hands with Prince Charles: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Starmer report – Mairia Cahill and other alleged IRA rape victims 'let down' by PPS: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Abuse victim tossed around political arena like a broken toy: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

When Gerry met Charles: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Amnesia an affront to victims of terrorism: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Hard politics a bigger challenge than handshake with prince: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Welfare reform – SDLP 'cannot accommodate' welfare proposals: BBC

Peter Robinson's stark message to all parties on welfare vote – It's our last chance to avert meltdown: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

High price of reforms deadlock: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Death threats issued as tensions rocket in Lurgan: Lurgan Mail
Carmel Robinson

Loyalist bandsman jailed for £1m Belfast cocaine haul: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Pair accused of UDA extortion to face trial: The News Letter

Boston College tapes – Decision delayed in loyalist Winkie Rea's fight to block police: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

The ghosts of that violent day, when innocence itself was torn apart, are finally allowed rest: Irish Independent
Liam Collins

Murder victim's brother launches legal action against PSNI over claimed investigation failings: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Law is not only an ass, it has opened up door for the 'thought police': Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Ashers bakery case "neither a targeting nor persecution of Christians": TheDetail.tv
Michael Wardlow

Gay cake row bakery 'limiting services' to only provide birthday and baby-related celebration cakes: Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Election official removes crucifix from parish hall: Irish Catholic
Greg Daly

Roy Hodgson feared reaction to Jack Grealish England call-up: BBC

England's friendly with the Republic of Ireland is pointless and a mistake: The Guardian
Barney Ronay

Ireland is facing its sectarian past – now it's England's turn: The Guardian
Fintan O'Toole

Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair murder plot trial – Police kept watch on two men accused of conspiring to kill ex-Loyalist leader, court hears: Scottish Daily Record
Wilma Riley

Friday, May 22

Prince Charles shakes hands with Martin McGuinness during Royal visit to Belfast church at centre of parading disputes: Belfast Telegraph
David Young and Claire Cromie

Prince Charles and Camilla welcomed at Catholic church in Belfast: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Prince Charles to visit NI peace centre Corrymeela: BBC

Prince Charles asked to meet girl bereaved by Paras on Bloody Sunday: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Prince Charles encouraged by North's efforts: Irish Examiner
Michael McHugh

Prince Charles visit can inspire politicians to move forwards: Belfast Telegraph
Alan McBride

General Mike Jackson who witnessed Narrow Water aftermath salutes Prince Charle's bravery: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Camilla joins Charles in getting to grips with Gaeilge on Belfast trip: Irish Independent
Alan Martin

Handshake 'does not absolve republican terrorists': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Máiría Cahill hopes review will help rape victims: RTE

Amid forgiveness in Mullaghmore we should not forget the past: The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

Hopes visit will 'revive memories' of massacre victims: The News Letter

Royal visits – Handshakes with Sinn Féin symbolise restoration and reconciliation: BBC
Chris Page

Prince Charles Visit – 'No longer victims of our difficult history': Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

Why glad-handing royals has nothing to do with the peace: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

A dramatic Royal visit that is without precedent: The News Letter
Editorial

Turning another page in the history books: Irish Independent
Editorial

Welfare reform – leaked document outlines financial crisis facing executive: BBC

Finance Minister outlines Stormont budget crisis: UTV
Louise Convery

SDLP refuses to say if it will back petition of concern: BBC

Why has Northern Ireland's "nice party" gone to war?: New Statesman
Kevin Meagher

DUP faces threat of extinction, says Ian Paisley's son Kyle: Belfast Telegraph

UVF boss breaks ceasefire with shoot order: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Loyalist bandsman jailed for £1m Belfast cocaine haul: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Florida poised to rescind MacBride legislation: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Winkie Rea in last-ditch bid to block Boston tapes: UTV
Alan Erwin

American bakers in own 'gay cake' row rally behind Ashers family: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley Houston

OFMDFM blasted for funding body which took on cake case: The News Letter

Ashers 'gay cake' case – Quoting Bible in 21st century is no argument: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Gay cake row has given No campaign a massive boost': Irish Independent
Adam Cullen

Urgent action needed to preserve United Kingdom, thinktank says: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Early decision is best for all – Cameron opens EU debate: Irish Examiner
Editorial

The reinvention of the SNP: The Guardian
David Torrance

Tories must not axe Human Rights Act (May 20): The Scotsman
Allan Massie

Thursday, May 21

Prince Charles visits scene where Lord Mountbatten was killed by the IRA: The Guardian
Caroline Davies and Henry McDonald

Prince Charles – My grief over IRA murder of Earl Mountbatten helped me share Ireland's agony: The Independent
David McKittrick

Prince Charles – 'Earl Mountbatten's murder helped me understand Ireland's agonies': Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner

Relatives of Bloody Sunday join Prince of Wales at service for peace: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Royal visit – Belfast-born ex-Irish president hails 'grace and beauty': The News Letter

Massacre families call on Prince Charles to apologise for Parachute Regiment killings: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Mullaghmore murders – IRA victim's mother 'felt healing balm': BBC

Success of visit does not warrant royal involvement in 1916 events – Adams: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Prince Charles meets Gerry Adams – Arlene Foster attacks BBC for 'lack of balance' in report: Belfast Telegraph

Danny Morrison recalls meeting Prince Charles at Glastonbury: BBC
Sharon Ferguson

Royal visit – Change of mood as feted couple retrace historic steps: The Irish Times
Kathy Sheridan

Prince Charles in Ireland – Peace-building paved way for Mullaghmore visit: BBC
Iain McDowell

Ghastly memories... but the warmest of Irish welcomes – ROBERT HARDMAN follows Prince Charles on the road to reconciliation as he visits the very spot where his 'honorary grandfather' was killed: Daily Mail
Robert Hardman

How the troubled hands of history can be grasped in bonds of friendship: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Handshake between Prince Charles and Gerry Adams was one of the most significant exchanges in Irish history: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Prince Charles has nothing to apologise for but is happy to forgive – it's a pity Gerry Adams can't do the same: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

That handshake was a publicity coup for Sinn Fein – why were the opposition missing in action?: TheJournal.ie
Paul Allen

Gerry Adams and Prince Charles – Opposite types who have so much in common: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

I don't blame Charles but it turns my stomach to see him shake hands with this vulpine monster: Daily Mail
Stephen Glover

Speech befitting a future king – Royal visit: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Talks to resume as Stormont crisis looms: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Assembly could collapse if Sinn Fein throws out welfare reform, warns Peter Robinson: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

New threat to Assembly as Robinson moves to bring welfare reform crisis to a head: Belfast Media

Welfare reform impasse a proper crisis says Mike Nesbitt: BBC

Assembly committee powerless in the face of 'abuse of power': The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

National Crime Agency fully operational in NI: UTV

Former British solider says he was taught to dehumanise Northern Irish civilians: Londonderry Sentinel
Erin Hutcheon

Call to quash McGurk bombing HET report: UTV
Alan Erwin

Gay cake case – Churches united in criticism of 'dangerous' Ashers bakery decision: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Push for conscience bill after 'gay cake' verdict: The News Letter

'Gay cake' – It's a ruling to rejoice in, but gays are still very afraid: Belfast Telegraph
Lyra McKee

The 'gay cake' case highlights a new intolerance developing in Ireland: The Spectator
Melanie McDonagh

By elevating icing on a cake to a major issue, gay rights activists won battle but lost the war: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Icing on the cake: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

McGuinness supports 'yes' campaign for marriage equality: Derry Journal

Ireland's gay marriage referendum a sign of Roman Catholic decline: National Catholic Reporter
Trevor Grundy

Irish Catholicism Can Adapt to a New Role: New York Times
Oliver P. Rafferty

Ireland's huge step toward healing: Toronto Globe and Mail
Konrad Yakabuski

Jack Grealish should play for whoever he wants... even if that's not Ireland, says Republic winger James McClean: Daily Mail
Jonny Singer

Anthony Stokes was 'approached for help with guns': The Scotsman
Wilma Riley

Thousands set to take part in city Loyalist parade: Glasgow Evening Times
Rebecca Gray

Ireland could gain from 'mess' of Brexit vote – EU think tank: Irish Independent
Paul O'Donoghue

Wednesday, May 20

Prince Charles' 'regret' over deaths during Northern Ireland Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Carty

Gerry Adams and Prince of Wales discuss IRA attack that killed Charles' godfather: Irish Mirror
Andy Lines

'Mountbatten knew dangers in coming here', says Adams: Irish Independent
Sam Griffin

Historic handshake but still no apology – Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams refuses to say sorry for death of Prince Charles' great uncle Lord Mountbatten who he once described as a 'war' casualty: Daily Mail
Martin Robinson, Steph Cockroft, Rebecca English and Ian Drury

Prince Charles in Galway – 'You raise our spirits in so many ways': The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

Prince Charles, Sinn Féin meeting is about 'reconciliation and healing' says Ó Clochartaigh: Galway Advertiser
Kernan Andrews

Mullaghmore memory – Father remembers lost son, Paul Maxwell, on Royal visit to 1979 IRA bomb scene: BBC

Gerry Adams in 'meeting of minds' with Prince Charles: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Carty

Charles can expect bittersweet emotions on arrival in Mullaghmore: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

How Gerry Adams has been a central figure in the Republican cause for nearly 50 years despite continual denials that he is a member of the IRA: Daily Mail
Steph Cockroft

Meeting between Gerry Adams and Prince Charles only going ahead 'after queen insisted': Irish Independent
Steven Alexander

Adams handshake motivated by reconciliation and politics: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Mournful memories for Prince Charles amid the beauty of Sligo: Daily Telegraph
Rosa Prince

Prince still seethes over the murder of his idol – Charles's courtesy as he met Gerry Adams gives no inkling of rage that continues to churn inside him: Daily Mail
Richard Kay

SF is still playing catch-up on the rest with peace process: Irish Independent
Eamon Delaney

The Guardian view on the Gerry Adams handshake – a brave act of reconciliation: The Guardian
Editorial

A royal handshake, and a reminder the peace process works: National Post
Editorial

Gerry Adams' historic meeting with Prince Charles marks milestone on the path to peace: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'I am prepared to die for peace' – Martin McGuinness: Derry Journal
Bernie Mullen

Robinson warns Assembly could collapse over welfare: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

DUP to introduce welfare bill next week: UTV

Dubious eulogy to Jock Davison worthy of proper debate: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Belfast to Dublin rail service affected by bomb alert: UTV

Arrest by gardai investigating murder on Andrew Allen: Irish Independent
Sarah Stack

Two Newry arrests in relation to 'dissident republican terrorist activity': Newry Times

UDA murder plot trial hears accused 'wanted war': BBC

Supreme Court rejects Carroll murder appeal bid: Portadown Times

Court refuses to hear Winkie Rea's appeal over Boston tapes: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

SF MP joins Ballymurphy victims' families at City Hall protest: The News Letter

Ashers Bakery lose 'gay cake' case – 'We will not be closing down, we have not done anything wrong' says boss: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson, Deborah McAleese, Lesley-Anne McKeown

Ashers gay cake row – Rainbow Project welcomes verdict: Derry Journal

Presbyterian Church's 'profound concern' over Ashers' ruling: The News Letter

'Bert and Ernie' cake case in Northern Ireland sparks debate over human rights and religion: The Independent
Lizzie Dearden

Battle over Bert and Ernie a closely-watched test of equality laws: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

'Gay cake' row was much more than a storm in a tea cup: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Gay Marriage on Ballot Shows Shift in Irish Attitudes: New York Times
Douglas Dalby

England fans urged not to sing anti-IRA chants at Ireland friendly in FA email sent to supporters travelling to Dublin next month: Daily Mail
Oliver Todd

Move over Gerry Adams, Peter Robinson is the new king of Twitter: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Flanagan says he can't detail approach to UK's EU vote: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Davidson reveals hopes to wed partner in Ireland if nation votes "Yes" to same-sex marriage: The Herald
Helen McArdle

Tuesday, May 19

Prince Charles' 'regret' over deaths during Northern Ireland Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Carty

Gerry Adams and Prince of Wales discuss IRA attack that killed Charles' godfather: Irish Mirror
Andy Lines

'Mountbatten knew dangers in coming here', says Adams: Irish Independent
Sam Griffin

Historic handshake but still no apology – Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams refuses to say sorry for death of Prince Charles' great uncle Lord Mountbatten who he once described as a 'war' casualty: Daily Mail
Martin Robinson, Steph Cockroft, Rebecca English and Ian Drury

Prince Charles in Galway – 'You raise our spirits in so many ways': The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

Prince Charles, Sinn Féin meeting is about 'reconciliation and healing' says Ó Clochartaigh: Galway Advertiser
Kernan Andrews

Mullaghmore memory – Father remembers lost son, Paul Maxwell, on Royal visit to 1979 IRA bomb scene: BBC

Gerry Adams in 'meeting of minds' with Prince Charles: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Carty

Charles can expect bittersweet emotions on arrival in Mullaghmore: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

How Gerry Adams has been a central figure in the Republican cause for nearly 50 years despite continual denials that he is a member of the IRA: Daily Mail
Steph Cockroft

Meeting between Gerry Adams and Prince Charles only going ahead 'after queen insisted': Irish Independent
Steven Alexander

Adams handshake motivated by reconciliation and politics: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Mournful memories for Prince Charles amid the beauty of Sligo: Daily Telegraph
Rosa Prince

Prince still seethes over the murder of his idol – Charles's courtesy as he met Gerry Adams gives no inkling of rage that continues to churn inside him: Daily Mail
Richard Kay

SF is still playing catch-up on the rest with peace process: Irish Independent
Eamon Delaney

The Guardian view on the Gerry Adams handshake – a brave act of reconciliation: The Guardian
Editorial

A royal handshake, and a reminder the peace process works: National Post
Editorial

Gerry Adams' historic meeting with Prince Charles marks milestone on the path to peace: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'I am prepared to die for peace' – Martin McGuinness: Derry Journal
Bernie Mullen

Robinson warns Assembly could collapse over welfare: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

DUP to introduce welfare bill next week: UTV

Dubious eulogy to Jock Davison worthy of proper debate: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Belfast to Dublin rail service affected by bomb alert: UTV

Arrest by gardai investigating murder on Andrew Allen: Irish Independent
Sarah Stack

Two Newry arrests in relation to 'dissident republican terrorist activity': Newry Times

UDA murder plot trial hears accused 'wanted war': BBC

Supreme Court rejects Carroll murder appeal bid: Portadown Times

Court refuses to hear Winkie Rea's appeal over Boston tapes: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

SF MP joins Ballymurphy victims' families at City Hall protest: The News Letter

Ashers Bakery lose 'gay cake' case – 'We will not be closing down, we have not done anything wrong' says boss: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson, Deborah McAleese, Lesley-Anne McKeown

Ashers gay cake row – Rainbow Project welcomes verdict: Derry Journal

Presbyterian Church's 'profound concern' over Ashers' ruling: The News Letter

'Bert and Ernie' cake case in Northern Ireland sparks debate over human rights and religion: The Independent
Lizzie Dearden

Battle over Bert and Ernie a closely-watched test of equality laws: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

'Gay cake' row was much more than a storm in a tea cup: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Gay Marriage on Ballot Shows Shift in Irish Attitudes: New York Times
Douglas Dalby

England fans urged not to sing anti-IRA chants at Ireland friendly in FA email sent to supporters travelling to Dublin next month: Daily Mail
Oliver Todd

Move over Gerry Adams, Peter Robinson is the new king of Twitter: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Flanagan says he can't detail approach to UK's EU vote: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Davidson reveals hopes to wed partner in Ireland if nation votes "Yes" to same-sex marriage: The Herald
Helen McArdle

Tuesday, May 19

Nesbitt urges PM not to collapse institutions: UTV

UUP rules out pact with Conservatives: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams to meet Prince Charles: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

City plans royal welcome with party atmosphere: Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford

Major Garda operation underway ahead of Royal visit to Galway: Connacht Tribune

No intelligence of a specific threat to Prince Charles ahead of Royal visit – gardai: Irish Independent
Caroline Crawford

Bloody Sunday victim's sister slams SF over Prince Charles visit: Derry Journal

Granddaughter of man shot dead on Bloody Sunday to sing for Prince Charles: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

An aristocrat, a beef baron and the castle they both came to love: Irish Independent
Liam Collins

Northern Ireland Assembly speaker Mitchel McLaughlin warns MLAs: BBC

For all the talk of pacts, it will get nasty as unionists target each other's seats: The News Letter
Alex Kane

SDLP blueprint paints pessimistic picture of future polling (May 16): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Why Gerry and Al have to copy SNP – Scots show way forward: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Gerry Adams 'pulls out' of Willie Frazer debate: The News Letter

Money pumped at unreformed welfare could go to NHS: The News Letter
Editorial

Stormont spends most on special advisers (May 13): BBC

Spads spending isn't wrong, it's plain offensive: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Sectarian assault in Fountain Estate: Derry Journal

Police probe altercation ahead of Davison murder: Irish News
Simon Cunningham

EU joins crackdown on diesel laundering on border: Irish Independent
John Downing

PSNI Deputy Chief Constable Drew Harris – Crime is changing from theft towards violence and racism: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Flanagan to raise Dublin and Monaghan bombs with Villiers: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Judges to hear inquests into Troubles-related killings: BBC

Dealing with the legacy of Troubles could take us a lifetime, warns top PSNI officer: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Gay blood ban – New health minister Simon Hamilton vows to be 'guided by science': Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Wells farrago has become a stick with which to beat Protestants (May 6): The News Letter
N R Greer

Adams hits out at Catholic church – #MarRef is civil issue, not a religious one: Newstalk.com
Jack Quann

Mad Dog murder plot – Ex-drug addict admits telling police accused asked him where he could get gun: Scottish Daily Record
Wilma Riley

Welsh Government will do 'everything it can' to block repeal of the Human Rights Act: WalesOnline.co.uk
David Deans

UK is on wrong path with human rights changes: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Brexit could have ramifications for the entire continent (May 18): Irish Examiner
Ann Cahill

Did the end of the British Empire make the death of the Union inevitable? (May 9): The Guardian
Ian Jack

Monday, May 18

Royal visit – Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams confirms party will attend visit of Prince Charles and Camilla: Irish Mirror
Brynmor Pattison

Security stepped up for Prince Charles visit to Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

Gardaí and PSNI step up security plans for visit of Prince Charles: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Charles will meet team of emergency workers and the public that tried to save Lord Mountbatten on day he was murdered by the IRA: Daily Mail
Rebecca English

After Mountbatten – the many victims of the Mullaghmore bombing: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

Village 'should be known for joy' to Mountbatten: Irish Examiner
Ed Carty

Prince Charles' visit to Mullaghmore 'very special' – Mary McAleese (May 17): Sunday Independent
Daniel McConnell

Threat to Prince Charles' visit – SF must be clear on any terror plan: Irish Examiner
Editorial

The Irish road to peace cannot hide injustice: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Sinn Fein's 2016 plans have been rocked by electorate (May 13): Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Health Minister Simon Hamilton issues warning over budget: BBC

Two more UUP councillors express interest in MLA positions: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Toxic issues a real threat to hard-earned unionist unity (May 16): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Mike Nesbitt to focus on mental health in meeting with Cameron: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Foster speaks for first time on new role as finance minister: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Institute of Directors NI says Westminster stability 'in contrast to Stormont': BBC

Marauding Scots put paid to Northern Ireland's hopes of extra cash (May 14): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

North's recovery may be falling behind rest of UK, say economists (May 14): The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Troubles – The children killed in line of fire in Northern Ireland (Apr 13): Belfast Telegraph
Jim Cusack and Michael Browne

Northern Ireland needs a bill of rights for its 'community of minorities' (May 14): TheDetail.tv
Fiona McCausland

Christian faith 'sustains' bakery family ahead of ruling: Irish Examiner
David Young

Londonderry, the town that we love so well, is doing fine (May 16): The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Planning for a home-grown Nigel (Apr 26): Sunday Independent
John Waters

Catastrophic tactical error by Cameron: Irish Examiner
John O'Brennan and Mary C Murphy

A bad move for Ireland: The Irish Times
Editorial

Vote may be tragedy for Europe and for us (May 9): Irish Examiner
Editorial

The Guardian view on the EU referendum – better sooner than later (May 14): The Guardian
Editorial

Scottish independence 'within next decade' – poll: The Scotsman

Modern states are fragile in the face of local nationalism (May 10): Independent on Sunday
Patrick Cockburn

Sunday, May 17

Prime Minister David Cameron to meet Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt: BBC

DUP's David Simpson pens astonishing 1,000-word letter to UUP leader Mike Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Villiers must reject Dublin meddling over 'human rights' (May 15): The News Letter
Editorial

Irish authorities 'knew IRA terrorists who murdered Mountbatten': Sunday Telegraph
Robert Mendick

IRA Mullaghmore bombing – There was an almighty bang and immediately I knew... Paul is dead, I said: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Dad of 15-year-old boy blown up in IRA Sligo boat attack wants to meet his son's killer: Irish Mirror
Colin Brennan

Father relives heartbreak of losing his boy in bomb attack that killed Lord Mountbatten: Belfast Telegraph
John Maxwell

Remembering Mullaghmore – the day they murdered Mountbatten: Sunday Independent
Tommie Gorman

Prince Charles and Mountbatten: The Scotsman
Dani Garavelli

Dublin-Monaghan bombs – Wreaths laid on 41st anniversary: BBC

Call for Dublin-Monaghan bombing files to be released: UTV
Luke Holohan

Dublin-Monaghan bombings bereaved pay tribute to Davis (May 15): Irish News

Give bomb victims the truth, says Martin: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Cadwallader welcomes U2 commemorating Dublin bombing: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

SDLP leader Alasdair McDonnell admits he could quit inside a year: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

SDLP executive backs McDonnell in leadership row: UTV

SDLP leader Alasdair McDonnell – A bullish bruiser with plenty of fight but minimal tact: Belfast Telegraph

The old leaders of Sinn Fein just won't let go: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

'Disgust' at Assembly row over dead MLA David McClarty (May 13): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Provos are hiding my abuser in safe house' – Paudie: Sunday Independent
Paul Williams

Police appeal over 'altercation' in Jock Davidson murder inquiry: The News Letter

Crony of terror boss Michael McKevitt among four held after big explosives seizure: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Brady

'Colombia 3' relative appears in court over 'bomb plot': Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Politics must vanquish bombers (May 4): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Decision on Jean McConville case is due next month: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Kenny's legacy is separation of the Church and State: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Catholics will be suspicious over timing of Accord decision (May 14): Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

What Churches must do to get flock back in their fold: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

'Barmy' Prince Charles 'unfit' to be King claim Republicans after publication of rambling letters (May 13): Daily Mail
Tom McTague

Golden times for the monarchy: The News Letter
Editorial

Death threat Oldham Athletic boss Darren Kelly remains defiant: Belfast Telegraph
Stuart McKinley

All eyes on Britain's demands as Brexit battle looms: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

The Tories and their right wing press play a dangerous game stirring up hatred of Scotland (May 10): Sunday Herald
Ian Bell

SNP success inspires English regional parties to push for devolution from Westminster: Sunday Herald
Judith Duffy

Could north of England really break away from the rest of Britain and become part of 'New Scotland'? (May 15): Belfast Telegraph
Jon Stone

Should the north of England become part of Scotland?: The Guardian
Vonny Moyes, Hannah Jane Parkinson, Ally Fogg and Simon Hattenstone

Saturday, May 16

DUP hits back at Dublin over human rights act reforms: The News Letter

UK is on wrong path with human rights changes: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Theresa Villiers warns budgets will be imposed if Stormont cannot solve welfare crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Unionist election unity a 'platform', says DUP leader: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

New UUP MP Tom Elliott basks in plaudits of victory: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

McGuinness congratulates Elliott on election win: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

DUP 'tried to scare voters with Sinn Fein claim': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'The DUP and UUP should continue to work together' says poll victor: Ulster Star

Would Naomi Long have won in East Belfast if there wasn't a unionist pact?: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Kelly says controversial Catholic-Protestant headcount leaflet should not have been published: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Gerry Kelly now blames Royal Mail for his sectarian leaflets: The News Letter

Dour McDonnell's more of a liability than he is a leader: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Dallat endorses Durkan's call on SDLP 'leadership change': Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Further calls for SDLP leader McDonnell to go: UTV

Martin McGuinness meets staff at Orange Order stall: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Balmoral Show – Blame the DUP for Maze traffic jams, says Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

UDA murder plot trial hears accused 'was a fantasist': BBC

New body to handle complaints: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

I know how Prince Charles will feel at Lord Mountbatten murder scene, says mum of Mullaghmore blast victim: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Dissidents' arrests shows that killers have not gone away: Evening Herald
Andrew Lynch

We Greens are making our mark: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Robinson's three top advisers getting paid almost £92,000 a year (May 13): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Rising cost of guarding NI judiciary revealed: UTV
Sharon O'Neill

Nesbitt and Ní Chuilín clash over who is more ga ga for the GAA: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Fein leader Gerry Adams wants border economic potential maximised: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Time for 32-county sheep labelling – SF (May 6): Irish Independent
Declan O'Brien

Michelle O'Neill – Northern Ireland needs its own referendum on EU: Belfast Telegraph

Department of Education under fire for failing to meet Irish requirements: Irish Examiner
Conall Ó Fátharta

Only two of 32 councils are fully complying with laws to provide services in Irish: TheJournal.ie
Cliodhna Russell

Instead of tinkering with this Constitution, make a new one: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

Scotland could hold a second referendum without David Cameron's approval, suggests senior SNP source: Belfast Telegraph

Why devolution, and not division, is the future for a federal United Kingdom: Yorkshire Post
James Alexander

PM to 'remain true' to devolution: Belfast Telegraph

How long can the U.K. stay united?: New Hampshire Union Leader
Pat Buchanan



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