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Wednesday, May 31

Sinn Féin – Britain must not be punished for leaving the EU: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

SDLP proposes Stormont law to stop Tory 'tampering' post-Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP calls for Border poll on united Ireland after Brexit negotiations: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Border poll 'not just for nationalists,' says Eastwood: BBC
Stephen Walker

Nationalist voters 'not necessarily in favour of United Ireland': The News Letter

SF derides Brokenshire's comments on nationalist voters: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and David Young

History should tell Foster she'd be very foolish to trust May and Tories on Union: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

It ought not even need to be said but it did – the Tories had to rule out joint authority: The News Letter
Editorial

Brokenshire – DUP and Sinn Féin have 29 days or they pass the baton: The News Letter
Sam McBride

General Election will be a 'barometer on Irish unity' – Sinn Féin: News.Sky.com
David Blevins

Sinn Féin deplores DUP's 'unionist town' anti-canvassing tweet: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Arlene Foster challenged over colleagues 'Sinn Féin not welcome' tweet: The News Letter

Why some unionists aren't toeing the party line: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Could 'useful idiots' think twice before standing?: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Across the world, people are turning to progressive politics...let's join them: Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

Electoral office denies fresh crackdown on proxy voting: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Decent people on Left must call out Corbyn over IRA supporting past: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Callaghan

Jeremy Corbyn insists his only link to the IRA was as a peacemaker but it's lies, says Irish historian Ruth Dudley Edwards: The Sun
Ruth Dudley Edwards

FactCheck – Corbyn on Northern Ireland: Channel4.com
Patrick Worrall

If the Tories want to attack Jeremy Corbyn on the IRA, evoking Martin McGuinness won't work: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

UDA leadership in south Belfast stood down: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Paramilitarism 'has no place in NI at all' – Brokenshire: ITV

Plan to tackle paramilitaries 'meaningless' after murder: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Man arrested over murder of loyalist in superstore car park: Belfast Telegraph

Supermarket killer of Colin Horner is on bail for paramilitary offences: Irish News
Allison Morris

Bangor murder victim Colin Horner targeted because he stood up to gangsters, says mum: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Irresponsible security claims about the UK could radicalise youth: The News Letter
Editorial

Martin Galvin address at unveiling of new mural on 36th anniversary of death of IRA Volunteer George McBrearty: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Spherical sculpture sparks 'political football' row: ITV

85% rise in sectarian hate crime: Impartial Reporter
Jonathan Rainey

Sectarian element in attempted murder of man at Antrim house party, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

PSNI has 'lost its soul' over policing the past: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Bloody Sunday relatives demand museum removes names of soldiers: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Kingsmills pastor 'threatened' by republicans: The News Letter

Ex-Sinn Féin councillor, who waterboarded man, granted rare 'Newton hearing': The Irish Times
Alison O'Riordan

Promises about no hard Border 'illusory', says Merkel ally: The Irish Times
Derek Scally

Brits applying for Irish passports surge by 70% after Brexit vote: London Evening Standard
Chris Baynes

Ireland must recreate security capacity it had during Troubles, Dáil told: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Election 2017 – Labour 'clear' on independence referendum opposition: BBC

Sturgeon steps back from independence referendum demands: The Guardian
Severin Carrell

Tuesday, May 30

Conservative manifesto will rule out joint authority of NI: The News Letter
Sam McBride

We joined the EEC as one nation and we'll leave the EU as one nation: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Swann

DUP slams Sinn Féin claim it 'plays footsie with UDA': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

General election 2017 – 'Dogfight' in East Belfast: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Constituency Profile – North Down: Belfast Telegraph

Constituency Profile – Lagan Valley: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Sinn Féin 'not welcome in Northern Ireland unionist town' – Anger over Jim Wells deleted tweet: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Filmmaker Ken Loach backs Sinn Féin candidate John Finucane: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Likely election outcome is similar DUP numbers and more Sinn Féin MPs: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

Inertia in Northern Ireland ahead of UK vote: Deutsche Welle
Peter Geoghegan

Lives will never be same again, says victim of Claudy massacre: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

John O'Dowd – There was a difference between Manchester bombs in 1996 and 2017: The News Letter

Michelle O'Neill's sympathy for Manchester victims is heartfelt – there is no justification for what happened: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

After the horror and sadness of Machester came the exploitation: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Jeremy Corbyn signed a motion that condemned IRA violence in 1994: The Independent
Shehab Khan

Jeremy Corbyn skewered on his IRA links and support for immigration as Theresa May gets heckled by studio audience on social care in bruising TV election debate: The Sun
Alain Tolhurst

I attended IRA event to aid peace, Corbyn tells TV debate audience: Belfast Telegraph

Forget Jeremy Corbyn – English politicians are strangely silent on Northern Ireland's real problems: New Statesman
Siobhan Fenton

Jeremy Corbyn now finds the IRA question easy to answer: The Spectator
Ross Clark

Corbyn's History With The IRA Is Important... And It's Wrong: LBC.co.uk
James O'Brien

Corbyn was not alone in having contact with Sinn Féin as IRA violence raged: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Views of some within the Labour hierarchy truly beggar belief: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Man shot in front of son in Northern Ireland 'victim of UDA internal feud': The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Loyalist shot dead in front of young son had relocated over safety fears: The News Letter

Bangor murder victim's partner lashes out at his killers in angry Facebook post: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Family of murdered dad thank people who helped his son moments after shooting at Sainsbury's car park in Bangor, Co Down: Irish Mirror
Jilly Beattie

Bangor murder victim Colin Horner 'known to police' – stray bullet hit car: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

UDA will not disband through gentle persuasion: Irish News
Allison Morris

Colin Horner's murder proves that, 25 years after ceasefires, peace is still a work in progress: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Killers of Colin Horner must be brought to justice: Irish News
Editorial

Declan 'Whacker' Duffy to seek bail ahead of Special Criminal Court trial: Sunday World
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Kinahan cartel fork out £50k to IRA over Barr hit: Sunday World

Dublin man used Christmas cards to smuggle IRA note out of prison: Sunday World
Alison O' Riordan

Fermanagh's murdered Orange brethren are remembered: The News Letter

Kingsmill inquest evidence angers victims' families: The Cross Examiner

Army was given names of UVF bombers of Kelly's bar: Irish News
Connla Young

'It's a very important step for Belfast to have a young mother as Lord Mayor, and I want my son Finn to know women are of equal value': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Timing of IRA mural unveiling 'distasteful': Londonderry Sentinel

Swann's stance on same-sex petition of concern awry – DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Brexit legal challenge in the Irish courts is not going ahead: Irish Independent
Tim Healy

Catholic bishops in Northern Ireland warn of perils of Brexit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Monday, May 29

Northern Ireland as divided as ever, says Clinton aide who helped get US visa for Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

West Belfast – Odds in Sinn Féin's favour in a constituency with few surprises: Irish News
Allison Morris

East Belfast: Alliance v DUP – the rematch: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Election Diary – Alliance land 'exclusive interview' with ex-MLA: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Westminster matters, but where is Sinn Féin?: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Arlene Foster's clear choices: Irish News
Editorial

Sinn Féin opponents using Manchester bomb to score cheap points, says Kearney: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Hysterical and abusive, how Shinnerbots display their utter contempt for free speech: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Man shot in front of young son was loyalist Colin Horner: BBC

Social media attacks on UDA gang resulted in second feud killing: Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Mallon has no regrets over giving up chance to lead party to care for wife: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

PSNI chief's curbing of legacy investigations slammed: The News Letter

Libya-IRA archive 'will help secure damages' for victims: The News Letter

Mother of schoolboy (15) shot dead by Army in 1981 passes away: Belfast Telegraph

Jeremy Corbyn admits he may have met IRA members but they told him they WEREN'T actually terrorists: The Sun
Hugo Gye

RUC widow's plea to 'deeply insulting' Jeremy Corbyn: The News Letter

Poppy Day bomb victim says Corbyn should resign over 1987 motion: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

Bomb widow – Jeremy Corbyn must condemn all IRA violence: The News Letter

Abbott's comment on her changed view of IRA 'crass': Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

Gerry Adams takes action against BBC over 'Spotlight' programme: The Irish Times
Fiona Gartland

Varadkar's 'United Ireland' rhetoric simply emboldens Sinn Féin (May 28): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Presbyterian Moderator dismayed at same-sex move by Church of Scotland: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Shiels McNamee

'Baptism barrier' plan must not hit minority faiths, Bruton says: The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

Manchester attack must not spark more draconian anti-terror laws: Irish News
Claire Simpson

No independence referendum 'anytime soon', says Ruth Davidson: The Herald

Most Britons say Brexit vote makes break-up of UK more likely – poll (Mar 18): The Guardian
Damien Gayle

Sunday, May 28

Ex-Clinton aide Nancy Soderberg – Time for 'generational shift' in peace process: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP veteran Seamus Mallon says future for children priority over past: Belfast Telegraph

Revealed – Jeremy Corbyn blamed IRA's Poppy Day massacre on British 'occupation' of Northern Ireland: Sunday Telegraph
Ben Riley-Smith

Jeremy Corbyn says unionists and republicans must get credit for N Ireland peace: Belfast Telegraph

Diane Abbott – My views on IRA, like my hair, have changed: BBC

Voters will be going to the polls fully informed on Corbyn: The News Letter
Editorial

Police must get the resources for the job (May 18) Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

It's as if loyalist violence is taking place in a different world (Mar 21): Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Why is it so hard to agree the number of interfaces? (May 22): TheDetail.tv
Cormac Campbell

No 'enforcement mechanism' for community hall grant equality statements (May 22): Irish News
Connla Young

Loose Canon makes me yearn for power to the people: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Young IRA victim's father speaks of 'enormity' of Manchester grief (May 24): The News Letter

Manchester bombing brings back Troubles atrocities: Belfast Telegraph
Walter Lewis

Church silent if action taken for 'bomb' remark: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Birmingham pub bombings lawyer short-listed for top award (May 22): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

His contempt for terrorists has to be applauded (May 22): Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Severing cross-border community 'unthinkable' says ex-Derry officer: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Bill to end school baptism barrier discriminatory, Bruton says (May 16): The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran and Michael O'Regan

Grip of religious bodies on schools resonant of another era: The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

'Baptism barrier' is an urban myth conjured up by church bashers: LaoisToday.ie
John Whelan

Minister criticises historical attitudes of Irish politicians to WW1: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Cleric Dr Alan McCann warns Church is facing storm over same-sex marriage (May 15): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Does Oxford have a Celtic culture gap? (Jan 16): Daily Telegraph
Ioan Phillips

As the E.U.'s Language Roster Swells, So Does the Burden (Jan 4): New York Times
James Kanter

Gaelic signs a spurious vanity project for SNP (May 12): The Scotsman
Eliot Wilson

Saturday, May 27

Arlene Foster 'very confident' there won't be a border poll in her lifetime: Irish Mirror
Jon Vale

'Let the people decide!' United Ireland drive has unionists 'running scared' say Sinn Féin: Daily Express
Joey Millar

Sinn Féin accuse DUP of arrogance after Arlene Foster says there will be no border poll in her lifetime: Irish News
John Manley

SDLP and Sinn Féin in Foyle fight for heart of nationalism: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Constituency Profiles – East Belfast: ITV

Unionist two-horse race in South Antrim: Irish News
Seanín Graham

Pledgeless manifesto gives SF plenty of talks wriggle-room: The News Letter

Debate on social and economic policy absent from north's election campaign: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Pressure mounts on Sinn Féin over Manchester 'hypocrisy': The News Letter

Manchester attack – Sinn Féin's Martina Anderson slams bomb 'hypocrisy' criticism: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Councillors fall silent in memory of bomb victims and agree to send letter of sympathy to Manchester Mayor Andy Burnham: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Long hits out at 'point-scoring' on Manchester attack: BBC
Mark Devenport

Unionists call for redeployment of British troops on streets of Derry in wake of Manchester gig bombing: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

No soldiers in north but we're not immune to Isis threat: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Though its wounds are still raw, Manchester, like Northern Ireland before it, must never be cowed by the terrorists: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Carrick loyalist feud – Man accused of buying gun on dark web ordered to remain behind bars: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Belfast bonfires to be inspected after boy is injured: BBC
Mark Simpson

Jeremy Corbyn – 'I have never supported the IRA': London Evening Standard
Chris Baynes

Diane Abbott suffers new car crash interview trying to defend Jeremy Corbyn over IRA claims: The Independent
Tom Peck

Boston College Tapes – Anthony McIntyre seeking to cross-examine police: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Kingsmills detective apologises to victims' families: BBC
Ita Dungan

Two senior IRA members responsible for Kingsmill massacre, inquest told: Belfast Telegraph

Ex-Garda agent – IRA chiefs did sanction Kingsmills Massacre: The News Letter

Kingsmills case shows failings of legacy process: Irish News
Editorial

'The Irish language belongs to everyone': Derry Journal

Sinn Féin's O'Brien opposes repeal of Eighth Amendment: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Petition of concern 'abused' – UUP leader Robin Swann: BBC
Mark Devenport

Presbyterian Church in Ireland reaffirms opposition to same-sex marriage: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

No diaspora vote in 2018 presidential election, says Coveney: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Brexit may force Dublin to take its emergency Derry oil to France or Spain: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

EU stance 'could push us to follow British out': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Friday, May 26

UK election – John Finucane and Nigel Dodds set for close-run race: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

General election 2017 – Sinn Féin target South Down summit: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Election Diary – Sinn Féin mute on corporation tax cuts as Greens say no: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP candidate Mark Durkan warns Conservative Party intends to interfere in Northern Ireland budgets: Derry Now

Council officially backs call for special status post-Brexit: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Green party for Northern Ireland calls for referendum on final Brexit deal: The News Letter

Why business really needs to get involved in politics to help solve current impasse (May 23): Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

Shankill bonfire that destroyed three homes moved to back of office block: Belfast Telegraph

Bonfire material stored in back gardens being moved amid blaze fears: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Sinn Féin rejects 'double standards' claims after condemning Manchester attack: Irish Independent
David Young

Sinn Féin accused of turning silence for victims of atrocity into a 'farce': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney and Leona O'Neill

No words sufficient for our grief for Manchester – Justice4the21: Birmingham Mail
Julie Hambleton

Don't let the terrorists take away the freedoms we value: Irish News
Alex Kane

Why defeating terrorism is about beating a bad ideology with a good one: Belfast Telegraph
William Matchett

When we say terror will not pay, we must ensure that it doesn't (May 24): The News Letter
Editorial

Gordon Wilson's message to grieving Manchester (May 24): Irish News
Editorial

Attack on Narrow Water memorial treated as hate crime: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Sinn Féin should be more up front about the past: Irish News
William Scholes

Legacy inquests – It will be hard to tackle our troubled past if state killings are given privileged scrutiny: The News Letter
Neil Faris

Kingsmill attack leads not pursued, inquest told: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

Family of teenage victim accuses MoD of blocking tactic: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Bananarama say attending funeral of pal killed by soldier wasn't political: Belfast Telegraph
Helen Carson

Anniversary of SF councillor murder: The News Letter

Nationalists and unionists back Derry Irish hub: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

No new customs points planned for Irish border after Brexit, says Revenue chief: Irish Mirror
Brian Hutton

Thursday, May 25

Poll: UUP to lose Fermanagh – latest predictions for every Northern Ireland constituency: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Election Diary – SF veteran's intriguing comment: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Navel-gazing' politicians warned about slow Brexit response: Belfast Telegraph

Nationalist fear of Tories is over the top: Irish News
Newton Emerson

SF's O'Neill accused of 'crass electioneering' at Belfast book of condolence signing: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

Manchester bomb – No need for troops on NI streets, says PSNI chief: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Jim Allister – 'Is decision not to deploy military in NI political?': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Manchester attack – Appeal for Belfast City Hall to fly Union flag at half mast: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Manchester attack – IRA victims slam Sinn Féin's 'faux sympathy' as nauseous hypocrisy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Manchester bomb – 'IRA taught Isis that terrorism pays': The News Letter

Manchester bomb – SF's 'cynical hypocrisy' condemned by son of murdered prison officer: The News Letter

Manchester bomb injured 'will be suffering for years to come', says Enniskillen bomb survivor: Belfast Telegraph

Omagh bombing families pledge support to families of Manchester terror attack: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

'Dirty Irish ba****ds' – Irish in Manchester remember hostility after IRA bombing: TheJournal.ie
Michelle Hennessy

So, Michelle O'Neill, just when did it become unacceptable to bomb Manchester?: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

IRA tried to massacre Boys' and Girls' Brigade: The News Letter
Ken Funston

Manchester attack – There are similarities between Isis and the IRA ... their violence is protest, not resistance: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Hypocrisy over Manchester is just one example of IRA distortion of history: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Ex-Provo in Boston tapes row can examine PPS files: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Public health warning as boy (9) left critically ill after toxic waste dumped at bonfire: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Leo Varadkar says Sinn Féin is "the greatest threat to our democracy": TheJournal.ie
Sean Murray

'United Ireland' hot topic on FG campaign trail : RTE

Fine Gael will be called the "United Ireland Party" if Leo Varadkar becomes Taoiseach: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Varadkar plan to 'rebrand' Fine Gael draws scorn from Coveney: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon and Harry McGee

Kathleen O'Toole wants to 'press the reset button' on An Garda Síochána: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

NI looks to learn from war-torn Bosnia’s peace journey: ITV

Wednesday, May 24

'DUP needs to reveal full details of Brexit funding' – McIntyre: Ulster Star

Gerry Adams tells Derry audience that forthcoming 'election will be a barometer on Irish Unity' as he pays emotional tribute to Martin McGuinness: Derry Now

The winds of change blowing in Sinn Féin's favour: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Arlene stuck on the road to nowhere: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Anger after Sinn Féin election workers told by crowd "get out of town": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Claire Hanna – 'Women must fight harder for credibility and respect, there is still chauvinism at Stormont' (May 22): Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Paint-bomb attack in Bangor 'sectarian hate crime': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Balaclava-clad thugs smash windows of home with 11-month-old baby inside in Co Down sectarian attack: Belfast Telegraph

Irish language centres fear closure in funding shake-up: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Religion and politics do not mix ... which is a lesson that our politicians should learn (May 5): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Kingsmills inquest – Nairac arrived in Armagh 'five months after massacre': The News Letter

Kingsmills inquest – Police 'didn't talk to massacre witness': BBC

Kingsmill victim's mother 'told Army was ordered not to patrol on day of attack': Belfast Telegraph

New mural in honour of IRA Volunteer George McBrearty to be unveiled: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Brendan Duddy – From chip-shop owner to secret peacemaker (May 22): The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Northern Ireland had the highest public spending in the UK in 2016: BBC

Belated clarity from Corbyn on IRA but it's still clear he is no PM: The News Letter

Why the identity of the next PM will have a massive impact on our future: Belfast Telegraph
Esmond Birnie

'No need for stop and search at Border' – Revenue (May 19): Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Post-Brexit border could be automated 'without customs points' (May 18): The Irish Times
Colm Keena

Brexit – 'We do not want the British sailing off like some pirate state, joining the Trump administration' (May 22): TheJournal.ie
Eamon Ryan

Post-Brexit border could add 24pc to cost of doing business here: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

SF figure sends sympathies to Manchester but declines to condemn IRA bombing of city: The News Letter

Manchester bomb – Union Flag flies over Irish council offices: The News Letter

Two bombings in Manchester, 21 years apart, show the changing nature of terrorism: Washington Post
Adam Taylor

Manchester attack – Colin Parry offers victims support: BBC

Manchester bomb – Terror not like NI kind, says Belfast Islamic Centre: The News Letter

I was 10 when I witnessed an IRA bomb. The Manchester victims will need years of help: The Guardian
Louise Nevin

Manchester will 'rally' to Muslims as it did the Irish in wake of IRA bombing: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Do more to protect our way of life – Manchester bombings: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Tuesday, May 23

Jeremy Corbyn plans to speak to families of IRA Hyde Park bombing victims: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Corbyn 'on right side of history' in his attitude to IRA, says Adams: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Corbyn and McDonnell have blood on their hands for IRA support, claims ex-terrorist: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam and David Hughes

James Brokenshire condemns Jeremy Corbyn over 'IRA sympathies': The News Letter
Deborah McAleese

Britain's shadow defence secretary Nia Griffith "unequivocally condemns" IRA bombings: Irish News

The IRA murdered my beloved sister, yet Corbyn's twisted morality means he won't condemn them: Daily Mail
Ann Travers

No, Jeremy Corbyn did not refuse to condemn the IRA. Please stop saying he did: New Statesman
Jonn Elledge

Not for the first time, James Brokenshire is making things worse in Northern Ireland: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Robin Swann – 'I have always been inspired by those who have stood up against people with power': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin hails 'the most important election in a lifetime': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin urges Irish unity referendum to be held within five years: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Michelle Gildernew says she will 'demand' speaking rights in the Republic's parliament if elected Fermanagh-South Tyrone MP: Irish News
John Monaghan

What a difference a year makes for Sinn Féin as O'Neill looks to make even bigger gains at polls: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Church of Ireland minister Watson apologises over Michelle O'Neill blonde jibe: Belfast Telegraph

DUP and Sinn Féin both have hard choices to make after the election: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Think 'nothing ever changes' around here? Think again: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Belfast City Council proposes Irish language officer in consultation: BBC

Facebook accused of inciting hatred by hosting material glorifying terrorist groups: Belfast Telegraph
Aaron Tinney

'Stamp out illegal dumping' at Craigyhill bonfire site: Larne Times

British veterans 'abandoned' in bid for justice over IRA attacks: The News Letter
Deborah McAleese

Ballymurphy families to begin civil proceedings against MoD: BBC

Inquest told Kingsmill suspects received OTR letters: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

'Symbol of tyranny' – Row over hotelier flying Union flag rages on: Irish Independent
Kathy Armstrong

Cannes shows Maze escape film: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Giving our war dead their rightful place in history: The Irish Times
Heather Humphreys

'Change of circumstance' raises likelihood of Pope visit to North: Irish Independent
Ryan Nugent

A religious revolution in taking place in Ireland: The Irish Times
Nick Park

I avoided Northern Ireland after Old Firm abuse says Hartson: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Beacom

'I saw ghettos in Belfast in the 90s...a hard Border would be idiotic': Irish Independent
Sarah Collins

Claudy bomb victim Mary Hamilton 'knows what Manchester families are going through': The News Letter
Kevin Mullan

Monday, May 22

Parties 'were close to Brexit agreement', says Foster: BBC
Mark Devenport

Michelle O'Neill calls for election fight-back against Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Abstentionist stance likely to hurt SF in South Belfast, says academic: The News Letter

Upper Bann – Battle boils down to two unionist points of view: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Poll predicts Sinn Féin victory in Fermanagh-South Tyrone: Irish News

Battle in South Belfast is over Brexit but some voters still victims of past: Belfast Telegraph

Suspended SDLP councillor putting up election posters for Alasdair McDonnell: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Ex-Sinn Féin finance minister gets his sums wrong on election leaflet: The News Letter

Legal threat against Labour over NI candidate ban: BBC
Stephen Walker

UUP leader Robin Swann – Westminster losses will not drive me out: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Wife silent on photo of Nesbitt lying face down on the ground which he says was 'play-acting' (May 18): Irish Independent
Luke Byrne

Flaws exposed in plan to remove Northern Ireland's peace walls: TheDetail.tv
Cormac Campbell

Aide 'active in IRA while he worked in Dáil for Sinn Féin': Irish Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Donaldson seeks probe into claims Sinn Féin Dáil aide was still in IRA: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

DUP received payment from Vote Leave for Brexit campaign: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Disappeared victim relative condemns Sinn Féin double standards on flags: The News Letter

Church of Ireland rector's blond hair jibe irks Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Church minister describes Michelle O'Neill 'explosives' remark as 'private joke': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Enniskillen deserves investigation like Bloody Sunday – victims' daughter: The News Letter

Lions legend Willie John – I thought the Provos would target me after killing my pal: Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Firearm find 'could help solve 1987 slaying of Paddy': Belfast Telegraph
Patsy McArdle

'Intimidation campaign' against hotelier for flying 'butcher's apron' Union Jack: Irish Independent
Kathy Armstrong

Queen should 'hand back' Irish regimental flags, says Ahern: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

General election 2017 – Corbyn pressed over IRA comments: BBC

Corbyn is 'beyond the political pale', says unionist chief after Labour leader refuses FIVE TIMES to condemn the IRA directly: Daily Mail
James Tapsfield

Tory effort to link Corbyn to IRA 'shows they are on the rack', Labour's Angela Rayner says: The Independent
Ashley Cowburn

We don't want to dig up the animosities of the past, warns Ireland's Ahern: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Theresa May landslide win would bury us all: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Sinn Féin watching from sidelines as Fine Gael choose new leader: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

North and south, Sinn Féin's horrible attitude has made it the real Nasty Party: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

EU won't loosen rules to ease pain of Brexit – Noonan: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Most Irish people want to stay in the EU even if Brexit deal is bad for us: TheJournal.ie
Cliodhna Russell

Don't believe Tory claims there will be no hard Border: The Irish Times
Denis MacShane

Brexit appears to mean taking back control of everything but border: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran McGonagle

Brexit plays into old divisions in Northern Ireland: Politico.eu
Peter Geoghegan

Stop funding Sturgeon's Scotland with England's money! May told to get tough on SNP: Daily Express
David Maddox

Sunday, May 21

Politicians should take lessons from Carl Frampton, says Nesbitt: BBC
Jayne McCormack

The rise and fall of Mike Nesbitt – from TV anchorman and UUP leader to hotel lounge floor: Belfast Telegraph
Kim Bielenberg

Battle in South Belfast is over Brexit but some voters still victims of past: Belfast Telegraph

Church minister reignites Foster 'blonde' debate with 'explosives' comment: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

After 'Blondegate', is it any wonder that people are sick of politicians?: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

I reckon as a blonde I should now qualify for minority status (May 18): Irish News
Allison Morris

If you can't kill Unionists, traduce and demoralise them: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Arlene Foster was right to speak bluntly as she did about Sinn Féin on The View: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Dublin politicians finally discover there is a border (May 20): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Thousands of dissident republicans plan Belfast city centre march: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Border smugglers back in fuel trade: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

No place for paramilitary brutality (May 19): Irish News
Editorial

Arlene Foster's claim of lack of community support for Irish language act branded 'nonsense' (May 13): Irish News
John Manley

An Lá Dearg march draws big crowd for march through Belfast demanding Irish Language rights: Belfast Live
Jane McAteer

I said at the time that Saville would not be the end of Bloody Sunday, as some foolish people thought: The News Letter
Gregory Campbell

Jeremy Corbyn REFUSES to condemn the IRA and blames British government for seeking 'military solution in Ireland' during 1980s: Daily Mail
James Tapsfield

Jeremy Corbyn's three decades of comfort and aid to the Provisionals (May 18): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sinn Féin TD and councillors endorse slur before it is withdrawn (May 16): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Birmingham Mail's pub bombings inquest campaign scoops national award: Birmingham Mail
Paul Cole

Legacy inquests – Article 2 of the ECHR and the right to life (May 17): The News Letter
Neil Faris

Why is discrimination still tolerated in our education system? (May 15): The Irish Times
Michael Barron

'If May wins a landslide it'll be a disaster for Ireland' – Tim Farron on Brexit, Ireland, and Labour's self-destruction: TheJournal.ie
Cianan Brennan

Ireland given Brexit-deal veto lifeline after ruling by European Court of Justice (May 17): Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Balkanisation of the UK could leave NI badly exposed (May 19): The Irish Times
John FitzGerald

Leader faces long post-Brexit slog: Sunday Independent
Editorial

Saturday, May 20

Sinn Féin back on attack over 'dark money' funding for DUP's Brexit campaign: Belfast Telegraph
Chris McCullough

DUP received payment from Vote Leave for Brexit campaign: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP 'dismisses dark money row as reheated story': ITV

Sinn Féin says it will reveal donors' names – but only when legislation is changed: Irish News
John Manley

Unionist pact aims to replicate victory over resurgent SF: The News Letter

GAA manager's 'own goal' over Sinn Féin endorsement: The News Letter

UUP's Beattie apologises after poster complaint: BBC

Beattie removes 'illegal' election posters in Upper Bann: The News Letter

DUP will not give in to SF's blackmailing tactics – Wilson: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Blonde comments 'unbefitting of a leader,' says Michelle O'Neill: BBC
Mark Devenport

SF intriguingly keen to quash claims that it is finished with Stormont: The News Letter
Sam McBride

The blonde debate is cheating the real issue: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

'Nationalism and unionism risk destroying ground on which they stand': The Irish Times
Niall Ó Dochartaigh and Katy Hayward

Taoiseach reaffirms pledge to protect North in Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Peace in Northern Ireland needs the EU now more than ever: Euractiv.com
Daniela Irrera

Border checks amount to not very much: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Conservative manifesto maps out hard Brexit: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Tory manifesto has welcome unionist tone but lacks detail on NI: The News Letter
Editorial

Conservative manifesto underlines why we need a functioning executive: Irish News
Editorial

Large numbers expected at Irish language protest march: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

West Belfast football club hits out at dissident group after criticism over PSNI game: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Family appeal directly to Kingsmill killers: Irish News

Ex-RUC officer recalls carnage after Kingsmill slaughter: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Family to unveil mural in memory of IRA man: Irish News
Connla Young

I hope one day all in Ireland will wear Poppy, UUP man tells Dublin audience: Belfast Telegraph

MI5 opened file on Jeremy Corbyn amid concerns over his IRA links: Daily Telegraph
Claire Newell, Hayley Dixon, Luke Heighton and Harry Yorke

Jeremy Corbyn was spied on by MI5 over fears his IRA links could pose security threat: The Sun
Matt Dathan

John McDonnell apologises for praising the IRA and claims he did everything he could to secure peace: Daily Telegraph
Kate McCann

Troubles go-between took risks to sow the seeds for peace (May 16): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Mark Durkan and David Trimble given 'peace and reconciliation award' for their work towards peace in Northern Ireland: Derry Now

Treasury's low-key approach to costs of RHI scandal 'peculiar': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Business chiefs say all-Ireland electricity market must be Brexit priority: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit on the Border – 'Hard or soft, there has been a border on this farm since 1923': Irish Independent
Donna Deeney

Irish reject Farage's plea to leave EU: Irish World

An 11th-hour challenge of evidence is extraordinary development: Irish Independent
Andrew Phelan

Cúpla focal – Should the next taoiseach be able to speak Irish?: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Number of Irish-Americans in the US is fading fast, with further drops expected: Irish Independent
Rebecca Lumley

'Choosing not to give your kids a religion is seen as weird and selfish': The Irish Times
Jennifer O'Connell

The Guardian view on the election in Scotland – a pivotal poll for the SNP: The Guardian
Editorial

Scottish unionism might not be in such bad shape after all: The News Letter
Editorial

Friday, May 19

More than 50% of people in the North want a border poll at some point over the next five years: Irish Sun
Jason Johnson

UUP blasts Angela Merkel over 'harmful' border remark: Belfast Telegraph

Allister – No merit in pernicious demands for Irish language act: The News Letter

General election 2017 – Small margins in border constituency battle: BBC
Stephen Walker

Sinn Féin hit out after their election posters end up in skip: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

South Down – DUP supporters didn't dump Sinn Féin posters in sea, says Wells: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Sinn Féin and SDLP remove election posters close to war memorial in Tyrone: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

SF continues to complain over update to electoral roll: The News Letter

Judge's concern at 'serious breakdown' in voter ID security: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Paula Bradshaw should withdraw 'outrageous slur' on nationalists, says SDLP's Alasdair McDonnell: Belfast Telegraph

Constituency Profiles – South Antrim: ITV

Apology call after DUP candidate's 'false' Afghanistan claim: The News Letter

Is Northern Ireland suffering from election fatigue?: Channel4.com
Alex Thomson

Brexit donations row is 're-heated story', says Foster: BBC

Arlene Foster – Trust me, £435k donation was within rules: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

We should encourage politicians to tell us what they really think: Irish News
Alex Kane

Why, even now, republicans just cannot help letting their true feelings about the royals show: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Police will not remove flags at train station near Belfast City Airport: Irish News
John Monaghan

Two men arrested by armed gardaí investigating dissident Republicans: Irish Independent
Cathal McMahon

Former councillor now denies telling torture victim he was in the IRA or a friend of Gerry Adams or Mary Lou: Irish Independent
Andrew Phelan

Tories pledge to oppose Troubles 'witch hunt' against ex-servicemen: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Foster vows to maintain the pressure on Dublin: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Kingsmills – IRA leaders said to target 'prominent wealthy Protestants': The News Letter

Brendan Duddy played a vital role in peace process (May 16): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Brendan Duddy was a figure of courage (May 17): Irish News
Editorial

Sinn Féin's Michelle O'Neill visits Somme Heritage Centre – 'It's important to reach out the hand of friendship to unionists': Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – Republic of Ireland 'ill-equipped' for border: BBC

Departing Enda Kenny reiterates commitment to post-Brexit Anglo-Irish relations: Irish News
John Manley

Kenny had good NI relations, despite tendency to lecture: The News Letter
Editorial

The north barely registers on Fine Gael leadership hopefuls' radar: Irish News
John Manley

Church and State require surgical separation: The Irish Times
Liam Kirwan

John McDonnell sparks fury by defending his praise for the IRA's 'bombs and bullets' as an effort to bring about PEACE: Daily Mail
James Tapsfield

Theresa May vows to block Indyref2 until after Brexit and makes it a manifesto promise: Scottish Daily Record
Nina Glencross

Are there lessons for Northern Ireland in Bosnia?: BBC
Chris Page

Thursday, May 18

Nicholson urges EU to ignore 'special status for NI' call: The News Letter

Why hard Brexit would be like the repartition of Ireland (and we all know how that worked out): Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Border a Brexit bargaining chip: Irish Echo
Evan Short and Ray O'Hanlon

DUP and Sinn Féin 'holding up' return to Stormont business: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stormont chaos set to cause more cuts in Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Mary O'Hara

Sinn Féin game harming communities – Foster calls for immediate restoration of Northern Ireland Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Pressure mounts on DUP's Foster to clarify views on Irish Language Act: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Donation used to fund pro-Brexit campaign raised legitimately, DUP says: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Further questions over DUP's £435,000 Brexit donor: TheDetail.tv
Niall McCracken

Watchdog not probing DUP Brexit donation: The News Letter

Another financial scandal, another failure by the DUP to own up about it: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle O'Neill

Eastwood calls on unionists to vote for SDLP: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Sinn Féin's Finucane palms off questions on IRA violence: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

DUP Afghanistan visit claim was 'printing error': BBC
Gareth Gordon

What's wrong with being British? DUP MLA weighs into Sinn Féin row with Gerry Carroll over 'slur': Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Conservatives to contest less than half of Northern Ireland's 18 constituencies: Irish News
John Monaghan

Ex-minister unveils details of alleged proxy vote irregularities: The News Letter

Arlene Foster – Michelle O'Neill blonde remark was meant as compliment: Belfast Telegraph

Latest gaffe shows Arlene Foster is not up to the job: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Barra McGrory insists decision to leave job "absolutely not because of legacy": Belfast Live
Deborah McAleese

Legacy issues will test my successor, says departing DPP Barra McGrory: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Northern Ireland's next DPP to face Troubles legacy 'nightmare': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unionists hope for fresh start with new appointee as DPP: The News Letter

Barra McGrory – An unenviable job that was always going to be controversial: Irish News
Allison Morris

Back to the Bar for Barra McGrory after a long and difficult road: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Barra McGrory faced unfair and unwarranted criticism: Irish News
Editorial

Sinn Féin tried to block Charles and Camilla trip to Heaney HomePlace: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Big increase in paramilitary-style shootings in N.Ireland: The News Letter
Michael McHugh

Dissidents blamed for rise in Northern Ireland paramilitary shootings: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Mum of dissident victim Andrew Allen says 'men hiding behind masks are animals': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Two men released in Ronan Kerr murder probe: ITV

Forces veterans call for review on legacy case sentences: The News Letter

Charlie Flanagan calls for independent, international investigation into the Dublin and Monaghan bombings: Irish Independent
Luke Byrne

Dublin bombing survivors living 'nightmare' of 1974 blasts: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Inquest told of IRA bust-up before massacre ...as Republic remembers UVF bomb victims: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

DUP leader Arlene Foster joins Kingsmills families ahead of legacy inquest: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Kingsmill weapons used by IRA to murder RUC officers 13 years later, inquest told: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Post-Brexit customs checks '10-15 kilometres inside Republic': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Brexit – Up to 8% of cross-border freight 'could be subject to checks': BBC
John Campbell

Enda Kenny, Prime Minister of Ireland, Will Resign: New York Times
Ed O'Loughlin

'A strong and consistent friend' – Theresa May leads worldwide tributes to Enda Kenny: Irish Independent
Amy Molloy and Kevin Doyle

Enda Kenny to attend Battle of Messines Ridge centenary: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Wednesday, May 17

Top Northern Ireland prosecutor Barra McGrory 'to step down': BBC
Vincent Kearney

Arlene Foster asked to 'clarify' DUP's stance on Irish Language act in open letter from POBAL: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP adds voice to fears over proxy vote explosion: The News Letter

South Down constituency profile – SDLP face survival challenge: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Election 2017 – Why Sinn Féin could end up as Northern Ireland's largest party: New Statesman
Siobhan Fenton

Arlene Foster's remark was cack-handed, but sexism is closer to home than Michelle O'Neill will admit: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Arlene Foster wasn't deliberately sexist with 'blonde' comments about Michelle O'Neill: Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Sinn Féin contrives to turn a compliment into alleged prejudice: The News Letter
Editorial

May and Foster encounter questionable (May 15): Irish News
Editorial

DUP pressed over £435,00 donation used for pro-Brexit advertising: The News Letter

Sinn Féin did not seek to block royal visit but did query reception costs: Irish News
John Manley

Rev Bill sees bonfire role as aiding discussion and dialogue on crucial issue: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Loyalist bonfire group say unionist community will 'never remove any flag at the behest of Sinn Féin/IRA': Irish News
John Monaghan

Officials erect picket fence around roadside bonfire site in Belfast: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Antrim Councillor McShane convicted over Ballycastle Twelfth protest: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Tricolours stolen at North West 200: Irish News
Connla Young

How Westminster's money could be why we're happy: Belfast Telegraph
Esmond Birnie

Two arrested over murder of Northern Ireland PC Ronan Kerr: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Monaghan man using mother-in-law's land for IRA activity, court hears: Sunday World

Four pipe bombs found as police and navy teams carry out Troubles-era munitions searches: Belfast Telegraph

Troubles legacy probes imbalance is one of the biggest scandals in Britain since World War II (May 13): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Kingsmills gun 'used in murders of senior RUC officers': BBC

PSNI tells Kingsmills inquest – IRA responsible for massacre: The News Letter

Secret peacemaker Brendan Duddy 'should have received Nobel Prize': Irish News
Michael McHugh

Government must fund private actions against the IRA: The News Letter
Editorial

Barry McGuigan – Sports stars have duty to be all-inclusive and bring people together: Belfast Live
Maureen Coleman

Ross has failed to meet with UK or EU counterparts amid Brexit fears: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie and Ralph Riegal

Active engagement between Ireland and UK has disappeared, claims FF leader: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Post-Brexit customs checks might not be on actual Border: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Border checks to rise tenfold after Brexit: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

French farmers call for 'hard' border between Republic and Northern Ireland: Irish Independent
Ciaran Moran

Tory government confused and ignorant on implications of Brexit: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Garda review to be most ambitious since founding of State: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Mountain of work faces those on policing commission: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Master dramatist proposes new double act: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

'The Catholic Church has at most 10 years to adapt': The Irish Times
Mark Patrick Hederman

Tuesday, May 16

O'Neill hits back at 'attractive blonde' remarks: Irish Independent
Noel McAdam

Foster 'sexist' blonde remark sparks social media anger: BBC

Arlene Foster stands ground in Sinn Féin 'sexist comment' spat: Irish Independent
Noel McAdam

DUP bullish after SF takes offence at Foster's praise of O'Neill's looks: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Sexism' row shows scale of Foster's rebranding challenge: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Surge in proxy votes in Northern Ireland: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Foster voices fears over explosion in proxy voting: The News Letter

3,475 people turned away from polls in March election: ITV

NI election – Westminster vote a big test for unionism: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Foster and O'Neill sending out contradictory signals: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

UUP could soon be in fight for its very survival if election doesn't go well: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland isn't impressed with Theresa May: The Spectator
Siobhan Fenton

DUP claims anti-Brexit stance 'will help to encourage dissident violence': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

What connects Brexit, the DUP, dark money and a Saudi prince?: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Varadkar's 'united Ireland' idea is logical but will it fly?: The Irish Times

Mike Nesbitt hotel photo – Why politicians who give us the old silent treatment risk disdain: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Sinn Féin councillor condemns "intimidatory" UVF flag at rail station close to Belfast City Airport: Irish News
John Monaghan

Just four fines issued for bonfire offences in three years: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Council hosts 'Protestants and Irish' cultural event: Ballymena Times

Brainwashing seems to be an issue with young Irish speakers judging by TV's The Top Table: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Court overturns bail of man charged with George Gilmore murder due to 'ongoing feud': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Treat Claudy bombing in same way as Bloody Sunday – victim: Londonderry Sentinel

Veterans outraged after Tony Blair gave IRA kill duo amnesty despite being prime suspects in murder case for undercover soldier: The Sun
David Willetts

'Nairac is buried in North Louth', says investigator (May 13): Dundalk Argus
Anne Campbell

Background – Sunderland soldier Robert Nairac's murder still attracts conflicting claims 40 years on: Sunderland Echo
Gavin Ledwith

Time for answers on victims like Nairac: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

At least 13 suspects for Kingsmill massacre named in documents, inquest told: The News Letter
Deborah McAleese

Kingsmill families vent anger at Irish Government: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Hyde Park civil fund nears objective: The News Letter

German host of secret Northern Ireland peace talks dies: BBC
Sean Coughlan

North's 'man in Washington' may have increasingly important role after Brexit: Irish News
Frank Costello

Michael McIlveen's brother and uncle accused of chasing man convicted of killing through Antrim: The News Letter

Fears of Ireland hard border nightmare – residents whose lives straddle line on a map: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Act now to offset Brexit nightmare, Government urged: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Ireland may have to sacrifice sacred cows to survive Brexit: The Irish Times
Brigid Laffan

Divided Ireland – 'One side dedicated to making Ireland secular; another preserving Church's influence': TheJournal.ie
Larry Donnelly

Election 2017 – Davidson uses Orwell lecture to attack nationalism: BBC



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