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Thursday, May 31

Charlie Flanagan – We will not seal frontier: The Times
Seán McCárthaigh

Border gardaí seek automatic weapons amid hard Brexit fears: The Irish Times
Conor Gallagher

Theresa May's latest suggestion to solve Irish border issue dismissed by EU as 'very complicated' before it was even presented at Brexit talks: The Sun
Alain Tolhurst

Brexit border MADNESS – Ress-Mogg urges UK to follow Swiss model that simplifies customs: Daily Express
Giles Sheldrick

EU proposes to continue NI peace funds: BBC
John Campbell

Brexit the start, not the end, of cross-border challenges: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Leading Scottish politician wants a soft post-Brexit Northern Ireland border: Irish Voice/
Paddy Clancy

Squabbling over the Brexit process brews confusion, discontent in Britain and Ireland: Boston Irish Reporter
Joe Leary

Coveney says calls for Border poll 'not wise and not welcome': The Irish Times
Elaine Edwards

Six county border poll rejected as republicans remember George McBrearty and Charles 'Pop' Maguire: Derry Journal

What Northern Ireland politicians could learn from Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un: Belfast Telegraph
Brian M Walker

Judge concerned over cross-border convictions: BBC

Unionists rubbish SDLP claim of snubbing Irish president: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

James Cleverly brands calls to change NI's abortion laws as 'political game playing':
Richard Vaughan

SF accused of double standard on terminations: Irish Independent
Adrian Mullan

Northern Ireland abortion law change wouldn't affect devolution: The National (Scotland)
Kathleen Nutt

Nationalists perform sharp U-turn on abortion: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Our counterparts in Scotland and the Republic have moved on politically ... so there's no reason why we can't as well: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

There is no need for an abortion referendum in Northern Ireland: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Drew Harris shortlisted for Garda Commissioner's job: Irish News
Allison Morris

Sinn Féin call for additional police to be put in place at Derry park following weekend of 'anti-community activity': Derry Now

DUP, Sinn Féin and other NI political parties' donations revealed: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Ian Paisley under investigation for Tullyglass dinner 'donation': Irish News
Allison Morris

SF faces sanction for another late filing of donor details: The News Letter

New Belfast flag protocol a step to 'improve relations': BBC

Loyalist flag protocol 'cold comfort' for Ballynafeigh residents: Belfast Media
Conor McParland

A step towards common sense over flags in South Belfast: The News Letter

Time to address tensions around contentious flags (May 30): Irish News

Ards leisure centre to be named after SAS founder Mayne: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Illegal road safety signs are a Sinn Féin PR stunt, claims DUP man: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

'It's sectarian, intimidating and offensive' – 'Taigs Out' graffiti removed from the Nelson Drive area of Derry: Derry Now

Man guilty of 'sectarian' ear bite attack on The Twelfth: BBC

Officer's identification of David Black suspect questioned: The News Letter

Paramilitary inmates 'lack appropriate resettlement services': ITV

Meeting over Enniskillen memorial productive, reveals cleric: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

MoD 'can't get address' of group discouraging co-operation with Troubles inquest: ITV

Troubles veteran soldier appeals to May to stop trial for 1974 killing: The News Letter

Belfast's new Lord Mayor 'could be youngest ever' to wear chain: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Dáil backs removal of school 'baptism barrier': Irish Independent
Kathryn Donnelly

Sinn Féin in Derry accuse DUP of attempting to 'strengthen economic and cultural links' with Israel by sending delegation to Jerusalem: Derry Now

Donaldson defends DUP trip to Israel from Sinn Féin critic: The News Letter

Wednesday, May 30

President says North must move out of 'hard shoulder' and endorse Foster: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

'Taking risk of forgiving' key to reconciliation in NI: ITV

Unionist councillors deny claims of snub to Higgins: The News Letter

The DUP and Tories cannot block equality indefinitely: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle O'Neill

Ninety-eight per cent of Troubles victims 'killed and injured by terrorists' says the UUP's Doug Beattie: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Concern about 'disaffected youths' joining subversive groups in event of hard border:
Michelle Hennessy

No plan in place for policing a hard border, warns Garda chief: The Irish Times
Conor Gallagher

New flags protocol reached for Ormeau Road 'to improve relations': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'Private citizen' put up UVF flags, not us – EBCI: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Electoral Commission investigates Paisley event money: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Alliance bid to reverse £400,000 'bonfire' cash: The News Letter

SF-led council 'rejected bonfire advice from emergency services': Belfast Telegraph

Twelfth of July ear bite attacker admits charge against him: Belfast Live
John Cassidy

'Masked mob' attack police with petrol bombs following sudden death: The News Letter
Brendan McDaid

Two more men charged with murder of Colin Horner: Irish News

Man arrested in Task Force INLA probe involved in building site extortion, court told: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Sinn Féin request meeting with Tánaiste Simon Coveney to set up new Irish passport office in Derry: Derry Now

Theresa May will not intervene to help legalise abortion in Northern Ireland, Downing Street says: The Independent
Benjamin Kentish

Theresa May facing backlash from female Tory MPs for refusing to support abortion liberalisation in Northern Ireland: The Sun
Steve Hawkes

Jacob Rees-Mogg urges PM to resist pressure to impose Northern Ireland abortion law reform: The News Letter
Andrew Woodcock

MP Stella Creasy – Petition of concern work of dictatorship and majority of DUP supporters want abortion change: Belfast Telegraph

North must stop 'exporting the issue': Derry Journal

Free vote in Commons on Northern Ireland abortion reform is a must – Wollaston: Belfast Telegraph

Now That Ireland Has Repealed Its Abortion Ban, Will Belfast Follow?: NPR
Colin Dwyer

Varadkar – Northern Irish women may be able to have abortions in republic: The Guardian
Kevin Rawlinson

Abortion – Opinions split among key SDLP as calls made for debate on law reform: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin ard chomraile motion urges abortion policy liberalisation: Irish News
John Manley

Tóibín to 'strongly fight' SF backing of 12 weeks: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Yes campaign call out Laois Sinn Féin TD over Referendum campaign work: Leinster Express
Conor Ganly

I hope Northern Ireland liberalises its abortion laws, but it's not Westminster's business whether it does: Daily Telegraph
Tom Harris

In 2008, I tried to extend abortion rights to Northern Ireland. This time it's different: New Statesman
Diane Abbott

May has chosen power and abandoned the North's women: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

Theresa May is in a no-win situation on Northern Ireland abortion reform: The Spectator
Katy Balls

The DUP has backed itself into a corner with its reactionary stance on abortion and gay rights, but Northern Ireland is moving on: The Independent
Ben Kelly

Arlene Foster's tin-eared response to the abortion referendum is further proof of the distance she still has to travel to sell a truly inclusive unionism: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Education next battle between Church and State: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Are we to replace decades of religious tyranny with a new secular intolerance?: Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit aids surge in Irish passport applications: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson and Sorcha Pollak

UK rejects EU accusation it is chasing post-Brexit 'fantasy': The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brilliant film about IRA prison escape now available on Netflix: Irish Post
Ryan Price

Tuesday, May 29

DUP don't speak for Northern Ireland, Alliance's Stephen Farry tells Michel Barnier: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Immigration Minister promises no change to Irish rights and privileges in Britain: Irish Post
Sean Smith

Brexit is a complication but it won't decide question of Irish unity: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Stormont – NI business groups issue plea to Karen Bradley: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Slowly building relationships between two important constituencies: ITV
Brian Rowan

Rev Chris Hudson – 'Not all loyalists are criminals... I will keep working with them as they are part of NI's transformation': Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

War hero calls for Brit soldiers facing prosecution over The Troubles to receive 'same pardons as IRA killers': The Sun
Patrick Knox

Ex-soldier maimed by IRA bomb is off to TT races but he's still haunted by wall of silence about attack: Belfast Telegraph
Stephanie Bell

Back our soldiers in fight for justice: Public must help end Ulster witch-hunt – war hero: Daily Express
John Ingham

Police won't give same focus to my husband's murder as that of backpacker Inga, says widow: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Cheeky Kevin's bum tattoo is pub bombings money earner: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Troubles bereaved still deserve justice: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland teen nearly took his own life after seeing dad get shot: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Flags put up again outside Belfast shared housing development: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Dispute over Union flags erected 'too early' in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Sinn Féin and DUP accused of 'abusing' Belfast council procedure for 'community tourism': Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Prove you're a feminist, Theresa! May under increasing pressure to tackle Northern Ireland abortion law: Daily Mirror
Nicola Bartlett

DUP peer – Theresa May would regret free vote on reform of NI abortion laws: The News Letter

DUP will block any abortion law change, says Jim Wells: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Could Theresa May's pact with the DUP lead to a united Ireland?: The Guardian
Dawn Foster

How Liam would have loved this, our happy day (May 27): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

NI should not be bullied into 'accepting abortion on demand', says MP: The News Letter

After Ireland Abortion Vote, Northern Irish Ask, 'Why Not Us?': New York Times
Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura and Alan Cowell

Ireland abortion referendum – Huge crowd gathers at Belfast City Hall for pro-choice rally: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Opinions on abortion reform remain divided on streets of Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

C of I bishop shares view of 'majority of electorate' in abortion referendum: The News Letter

Health chiefs in Northern Ireland 'to consider' impact of Republic's landmark abortion referendum: Irish News
Seanín Graham

Arlene Foster couldn't be more wrong – abortion vote will mean a change: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

The only Northern Irish woman with a choice about abortion? Arlene Foster: The Guardian
Stella Creasy

Why, in spite of the huge vote to repeal the Eighth Amendment, there is still no guaranteed majority for relaxing the law in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Finally the injustice of Northern Ireland's abortion laws is being recognised – Theresa May must end this gross violation of women's rights: The Independent
Emma Gallen

Theresa May must stand up for the women of Northern Ireland – whatever the DUP says: The Guardian
Suzanne Moore

Sinn Féin TD Carol Nolan says she will not vote for abortion law: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Harry for president of a new united Ireland: The Times
Jason O'Mahony

Citizens' Assembly should debate church control of education – Labour: The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

DUP visits Jerusalem to bolster Israeli ties: The News Letter

'Independent Scotland will keep the pound' First Minister Nicola Sturgeon says country would not join euro: Scottish Daily Record
Alastair Macdonald

Scots leader Nicola Sturgeon insists whole of UK must remain in customs union: The Times
John Walsh and Jennifer Bray

Monday, May 28

Jacob Rees-Mogg takes aim at Theresa May over Brexit and Northern Ireland border: The Independent
Benjamin Kentish

How Brexit revived the nationalist dream of a "united Ireland":
Danielle Ryan

Ireland veterans give out white feathers: Daily Express
Kate Devlin

It's not surprising, but it is shocking that Jeremy Corbyn would snub people who suffered so grievously at the hands of a movement he's spent a lifetime cheerleading: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Prison service to review paramilitary prisoners' education (May 23): BBC
Vincent Kearney

It's now time Belfast voters challenged the unholy alliance of Sinn Féin and the DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Theresa May to oppose MPs' vote on Northern Ireland abortion law: The Guardian
Andrew Sparrow

Theresa May swerves call from senior Tory women to defy the DUP and liberalise abortion law in Northern Ireland as she congratulates Irish people on landslide support for reform: Daily Mail
Tim Sculthorpe

After Ireland's historic vote on abortion, calls grow for Northern Ireland to loosen its laws: Toronto Globe and Mail
Paul Waldie

Ireland abortion referendum has 'no impact upon the law in NI' says Arlene Foster: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Arlene Foster hits out at 'street celebrations' after abortion referendum: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Pro-choice group plans to offer abortion pills in Northern Ireland tour: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Sinn Féin calls for vote on united Ireland following abortion referendum: Irish Mirror
Michael McHugh

Difficult not to consider Irish re-unification – Paddy Ashdown: Belfast Telegraph

Mary Lou McDonald – We won't let women in north be marooned: Irish News
Seanín Graham

Irish pro-choice campaigners pledge to back N Ireland abortion reform supporters: Belfast Telegraph

It Is Hoped Deputy Carol Nolan Will Remain In Sinn Féin:

McDonald passes first test at head of Sinn Féin with aplomb: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Now let Northern Ireland vote for abortion, too: The Herald
Marianne Taylor

After the abortion vote, I want to thank Britain. You were there for Irish women: The Guardian
Anne Enright

Very different referendums raise concern for the Union: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

The Guardian view on the Irish referendum – now for the North: The Guardian

Abortion laws do need debated urgently, but Stormont is the forum: The News Letter

British journalist comes under fire for baffling remarks on abortion referendum media coverage: Irish Independent
Rachel Farrell

Where Did Ireland Go? Abortion Vote Stuns Those on Both Sides: New York Times
Kimiko de Freytas-Tamura

Abortion vote shows Catholic Church is losing influence in Ireland – archbishop: Irish Independent
Denise Calnan

Day we discovered Ireland's past really is a foreign country: Irish Independent
Eoin O'Malley

Crozier has now gone the way of the shillelagh: Irish Examiner
TP O'Mahony

'Ireland shedding its old skin', but will that include Fianna Fáil?:
Christina Finn

Parents to be surveyed on demand for non-Catholic schools: The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien

A perfect royal wedding that was watched around the world (May 21): The News Letter

Prince's Kilkeel title shows fondness for our province (May 21): Belfast Telegraph

Sunday, May 27

Debate over British-Irish Intergovernmental Conference has become totemistic: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Poll shows that Britain was foolish to rule out even CCTV at the border last December: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

PLATFORM: Secretary of state for Northern Ireland, Karen Bradley (May 25): Irish News
Karen Bradley

Labour leader's snub an insult to victims: Belfast Telegraph

The narrative of impending Irish unity just doesn't ring true (May 23): Belfast Telegraph
John Wilson Foster

Corbyn lacks moral maturity over Ireland: Daily Telegraph
Daniel Hannan

Caroline Nokes puts her foot in it, again (May 22): The Spectator
Katy Balls

'For Mary Lou McDonald, the lack of IRA baggage may prove to be both a blessing and a curse' (May 24):
Danny Rigg

People deserve better than paramilitary-approved flag proposals (May 24): Irish News

Do the maths – Sinn Féin's day will come in the Dail: The Sunday Times
Conor Brady

Post-Brexit trade bill could cost us €100m each week (May 24): Irish Independent
Donal O'Donovan

This plague on house of Stormont leaves us all losers... but maybe we as voters have only ourselves to blame for that (May 23): Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Foyle MLA says IFA have failed to justify British national anthem 'u-turn' (May 22): Derry Now

Green Party's Steven Agnew closes Twitter account due to 'trolling and abuse': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

The word is that it's not OK for people of principle to be intimidated: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

'In Muff we pray for the President ... in Culmore, the Queen' (May 21): The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Pressure on May for abortion reform in Northern Ireland:
Jon Craig

Orange Order stands in No camp with GAA's Harte as stars say Yes: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

The DUP flexes religious muscle while terminating move towards liberalism: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

A referendum result that matters for the UK: The Sunday Times

Can Ireland Be Catholic Without the Church?: New York Times
Eamon Maher

IRA prison escapee Angelo Fusco refused gun licence (May 24): Irish News
Allison Morris

I'll rebuild Northern Ireland roads if elected Prime Minister, says Labour's Corbyn: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Hutcheon

Carl Frampton meets hundreds of integrated school pupils (May 24): Irish News

Fears civil servants are powerless on A5 (May 23): Derry Journal

Woman abused by former Sinn Féin councillor renews legal challenge for compensation (May 15): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

English road sign "an affront to the Gaelic tradition" (May 19): Connacht Tribune
Dara Bradley

Netflix adds hit movie MAZE to its listings (May 23): Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

This could be the first step to an independent Scotland (May 26): The Herald
Kevin McKenna

Theresa May brands SNP 'appalling' in Marks & Spencer Union flag row (May 24): The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

Saturday, May 26

Northern Ireland must re-form government to have voice at Brexit talks – Corbyn: Belfast Telegraph

Irish border – Ex-taoiseach wants issue solved by June: BBC
Mark Devenport

Corbyn told about Brexit fears during N Ireland border visit: Belfast Telegraph

'Skulduggery' over Brexit income figures – Sammy Wilson (May 24): The News Letter

Brexit alliance CRUMBLES as Irish MEP hits out at 'HARD-LINE EU' – 'It is NOT WORKING': Daily Express
Joey Millar

Brexit – Bradley told of need for soft Border: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Brexit – cross-border workers are worse off: Derry Journal

'Brexit harming Good Friday Agreement is BOGUS NONSENSE!' Historian blasts EU contribution: Daily Express
Thomas Hunt

UK immigration minister's scary Border ignorance (May 25): The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

In the Brexit vacuum, Corbyn's 'soft border' talk can unite Ireland: The Guardian
Mick Fealty

Apologise for victims snub, DUP MP tells Labour chief: Belfast Telegraph

Is Javid the man to put this province back on track?: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Transatlantic cooperation tops NY-NB agenda: Irish Echo

Fresh start for Trump and focus on Ireland needed from Mike Pompeo: Irish Voice/

SDLP councillor 'flabbergasted' by McCrea letter proposal: Irish News

Audit Office asked to probe Sinn Féin-DUP "political carve-up" of £400k: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Loyalist bonfire being moved to 'safe space' will still be close to homes: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

New IRA graffiti on Falls walls after SDLP remove machine gun sign at hospital: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott and Shauna Corr

DUP's Foster welcomes boost to NI Army Reserves: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Republicans from all backgrounds expected to attend Derry IRA commemoration: Irish News
Connla Young

Coroner not at fault for inquest delay over IRA man shot in 1992: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

MPs launch inquiry into consultation on legacy bodies: Irish News
Connla Young

Ads on the frontline – changing hearts and minds (May 22): BBC

McGurk's Bar relatives lodge complaint about Lord Kilclooney Twitter comments: Irish News
Connla Young

Accountants voice frustration over Brexit and Stormont talks impasse: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

TDs told how to retaliate to claims Fine Gael is cosying up to Sinn Féin: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Apparent abortion rights victory prompt calls for action in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Abortion referendum likely to put pressure on Northern Ireland politicians: The Guardian
Harriet Sherwood

Ireland thought hard about abortion, as we need to do in NI – including a debate on abortion on demand: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Royal couple to visit the real Kingdom: The Kerryman
Stephen Fernane

Charles to pay visit to former British navy base during three-day trip to the Republic: Belfast Telegraph
Ralph Riegel

Varadkar wants senators to be elected from abroad (May 24): The Times
Jennifer Bray

Trinity Professor to address special event to celebrate The Year of the Irish Language at the Guildhall (May 23): Derry Now

Derry buildings lit up in the colours of the Palestinian flag in 'show of solidarity': Derry Now

Nicola Sturgeon seeks fresh debate on 'substance' of independence before setting second vote date: Scottish Daily Record
David Clegg

Indyref2 may be battle of 'identitarian' politics (May 21): The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

Ruth Davidson claims SNP are 'weaponising' Brexit to push for IndyRef2 (May 21): Scottish Daily Record
Shaun Connolly

Get ready, it's indyref Groundhog Day again: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

M&S 'Union Jackery' row takes an astonishing twist (May 17): The National (Scotland)
Andrew Learmonth

British MP, a Catholic, says 'tolerance' should extend to religious believers:

Friday, May 25

Jeremy Corbyn uses Belfast visit to insist he won't accept hard border: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Jeremy Corbyn not 'asking for or advocating' Irish unity poll: ITV

Decision to call a border poll 'must not rest with just the NI secretary': The News Letter

Jeremy Corbyn receives angry responses following his stance on United Ireland: Irish Mirror
Arthur Velker

Unconscionable that elected politicians have no say in major decisions – Corbyn: Belfast Telegraph

Corbyn rules out SF's joint authority plan: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP emails challenge Corbyn claim in IRA victims row: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Failure to condemn IRA shows Corbyn not worthy of support – unionists: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

DUP MP says Corbyn 'unworthy of a vote anywhere in UK' following Belfast visit: Belfast Telegraph

Corbyn's rhetoric on Northern Ireland is milder than expected: The News Letter

Corbyn a 'Marmite' politician, but he gets the youth vote: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Labour is looking to the future in Northern Ireland – but can they escape Corbyn's past?: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Good to see Corbyn over here says O'Neill, but SF still won't go to Westminster: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Corbyn's simplistic solutions threaten Northern Ireland: The Times
Oliver Kamm

The Guardian view on Jeremy Corbyn and Ireland – all about the border: The Guardian

The latest proof that Corbyn will always side against Britain: The News Letter

Jeremy Corbyn's huge dilemma: Irish News

Varadkar says time running out to table 'reasonable' Brexit proposals: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

UK 'chasing a fantasy' in Brexit talks, top EU official warns: The Guardian
Daniel Boffey, Jennifer Rankin, Pippa Crerar and Lisa O'Carroll

Brexit – MPs warn border remains a "cause for concern": BBC
Stephen Walker

Irish politicians not 'exploiting fantasies' about Border in Brexit debate: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

As a trade off unionism could agree to stay in customs union for 20 years if nationalism agrees to no border poll in that time: The News Letter
Rodney McCune

Doubts over appointment of US Northern Ireland envoy: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

A Woman Takes On Ireland's Old Boy's Club: New York Times
Shawn McCreesh

Victims campaigner says UK Government unlawfully failed to put policy forward for holding border poll: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Papal visit could 'bring healing to North' – Baroness O'Loan: Irish Catholic
Greg Daly

Derry Sinn Féin MLA urges electoral office to implement online voter registration: Derry Now

'Bonfire diversion' row breaks out at Belfast city council: BBC
Robbie Meredith

PSNI search ongoing in West Belfast as part of probe into dissident activity: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Man shot in paramilitary-style attack in north Belfast: BBC

UVF-linked group reaches agreement to move Belfast bonfire away from homes: Belfast Telegraph

'Community support for Raymond McCreesh Park' – Newry MP: Newry Times

Victim's family demand new inquest as files held until 2071: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Jeff Lynne-signed guitar is the big hit in pub bombs charity auction: Birmingham Mail
Julie Hambleton

Unionists praise SDLP councillors for removing AK47 IRA sign: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Stormont department rejects request to include 'Derry' on signs for new road: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Lough Foyle is in UK territory – DUP: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Tory brands NI law on terminations as 'Victorian': Belfast Telegraph
Nick Lester

It is sad that Northern Ireland has lost a pro life party, the SDLP: The News Letter
Dawn McAvoy

FG does not have a deal with Sinn Féin, Taoiseach insists: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Justice Minister denounces Sinn Féin criticisms of the Special Criminal Court: Irish Independent
John Downing

England bound for Dublin if they win Euro 2020 group: The Times
Martyn Ziegler

Thursday, May 24

Corbyn presses May to end Stormont deadlock in Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Pippa Crerar and Jessica Elgot

Corbyn calls for British-Irish body to be reconvened: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Brexit deal cannot include return to hard border – Jeremy Corbyn: BBC
Mark Devenport

Labour's Corbyn in snub to IRA victims' families on Northern Ireland visit: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Corbyn backs return to UNITED IRELAND as he prepares for controversial Belfast trip: Daily Express
David Maddox

Jeremy Corbyn believes Irish reunification 'has majority support': Belfast Telegraph

Corbyn flies into criticism over Irish unity remarks: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Northern Ireland parties 'should be locked in room until deal': BBC

London might now have to bring in direct rule after incinerator ruling: The News Letter
Austen Morgan

Post-Brexit customs arrangements may not be ready, MPs told: Belfast Telegraph

Theresa May to ask EU for transition till 2023 in bid to avoid hard border: The Times
Bruno Waterfield and John Walsh

Obscure provision may permit open Border if no-deal Brexit: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Brexit a historic major mistake but unity crucial in protecting interests: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Farry

How Brexit triggered the UK's latest identity crisis: New Statesman

Mike Pompeo 'has not considered' NI envoy requests: BBC

Anti-flag group responds to loyalist flag statement: The News Letter

East Belfast loyalists accuse anti-flags group of being 'cultural agitators': The News Letter

Revealed – Bonfire pallet clear-up cost for Belfast residents: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

'No offences committed' by Bryson over bonfire tweet: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Youth group 'concerned' about PSNI stop and searches carried out on young people: Belfast Telegraph

Catholic youths less likely to believe PSNI are fair – survey: The News Letter

Cemetery searched as part of investigation into dissident republican activity: ITV

Tyrone man McLaughlin 'had motive and opportunity' for involvement in prison officer David Black murder, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

Anger at IRA AK47 sign outside hospital: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

IRA machine gun sign at Belfast hospital binned: Belfast Telegraph

We won't let Britain rewrite past and slander our patriots – McBrearty family: Derry Journal

Decision not to charge soldier with Derry teen's killing being reviewed: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Kingsmill victim's brother slams Sinn Féin event for IRA man Raymond McCreesh: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Tánaiste to raise Aidan McAnespie case with Bradley: RTE
Conor McMorrow

Bombshell investigation into Belfast's Lord Mayor in its "final stages": Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Sinn Féin demands all-island abortion law: The Times
Lise Hand and Ellen Coyne

South open to NI women for abortion if repeal wins, says McDonald: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Abortion referendum – Orange Order urges 'No' vote: The News Letter

Pauline Tully, ex-wife of garda killer Pearse McAuley, to run for Sinn Féin: The Times
Alan Caulfield

'G'wan Mary Lou!' – Sinn Féin's leader is a hit on the canvass but insists it's no election dry run:
Rónán Duffy

Referendum has moved Sinn Féin ever closer to the centre of power: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

'An unholy alliance' – 'Flanagan faces backlash over vetting deal with Sinn Féin on judges: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle, Laura Larkin and Cormac McQuinn

Fine Gael may rue getting into bed with Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

DUP say Londonderry council lighting up building in Palestinian colours to 'support terrorist Hamas': Belfast Telegraph

The long overdue death? of cultural Catholicism: Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

Jeremy Corbyn believes Unionism is "divisive", spokesman says (May 9): The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

Wednesday, May 23

EU to reject Theresa May's call for Northern Ireland 'backstop' to be time limited: The Independent
Jon Stone

Brexit – Border issue to be discussed in Brussels: BBC
John Campbell

Ministers told in Northern Ireland 'don't mess with our border': ITV

English people 'unfamiliar' with workings of EU, ex-Irish leader says: Belfast Telegraph

Technology can avoid a hard Border, insists senior Orangeman: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Jeremy Corbyn will reinforce Labour's customs union demand during visit to north: Irish News
John Manley

Allister blasts parties as 'EU's fifth column' out to halt Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Dodds fires back at demands over single market and customs union: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Statement will have zero influence on outcome: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Anglo Irish relations 'tested' over Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Jack Power

Gove's remarks on backstop suggest softening on Brexit: Irish Independent
John Downing

The Irish Times view on Brexit and Northern Ireland – a soft separation is imperative: The Irish Times

Arlene Foster's major political risk: Irish News

North's parties need to compromise on power-sharing, Leo Varadkar says: The Times
Jennifer Bray

DUP presses for passport legislation change: ITV

UK immigration minister grilled over 'tortuous' British passport application process for Republic-born citizens: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

'North cannot fulfil its potential because of political deadlock' – Bradley: Newry Times

Changing attitudes over Belfast peace walls threatened by Stormont deadlock: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Wariness over likely impact of terror flag initiative in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

DUP's Emma Little-Pengelly welcomes east Belfast UVF flags protocol: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Extra 1m euros a year for Reconciliation Fund to make GFA anniversary: BBC

In Defence Of The Good Friday Agreement: Huffington Post
Cillian Ó Fathaigh

Mo Mowlam believed the iconic NIO multi-million pound TV 'peace' advertising campaign was 'a waste of time and money': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

PSNI 'does not have resources for non-fatal Troubles investigations': ITV

Five men to stand trial over bar attack on high-profile loyalist Darren Moore: Belfast Live
Ashleigh Mcdonald

Number of Belfast bonfire groups in council scheme falls for third year: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Vicious hate attack sparks 'no-go' warning: Derry Journal

Father of UVF murder victim demands independent review of collusion case: The News Letter

'I've had countless death threats but we need to fight for justice': Belfast Telegraph

Raymond McCord wants counsel from outside Northern Ireland to review son's murder: Irish News

PSNI confirm 'Evidence Gathering Team' was present at annual Hunger Strike commemoration held in Derry at the weekend: Derry Now

Sinn Féin vigil for IRA man McCreesh 'a slap in face for Kingsmill families', says brother of victim: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Witch-hunts into troops' actions during Troubles casting shadow over heroes, says Gavin Williamson: The Sun
David Willetts

Facilitator of British Army 'Bloody Sunday' smears dies in England: Derry Journal

Tell us where Captain Nairac's body is, ex-soldier urges 'cowardly' killers: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

IRA victims call for Northern Ireland politicians to support Gaddafi compensation bill: Belfast Telegraph

Archbishop Eamon Martin appealed to Secretary of State to help locate missing Aidan McAnespie body part: Irish News
Connla Young

Mitchel McLaughlin to be appointed as honorary professor at Queen's: BBC

Gun licence refused to ex-IRA man with 'murderous' past: The Irish Times
Anne Lucey

Former Mid-Ulster MP McCrea 'honoured and humbled' at appointment to House of Lords: Derry Now
Mark Bain

Sinn Féin deal to allow Dáil to pass Judicial Appointments Bill: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Minister warns 'substantial terrorist threat' remains: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Former SDLP deputy leader says he wouldn't repeal the Eighth Amendment: Irish News
John Manley

Tuesday, May 22

Foster slams the 'aggressive' stance of Dublin over Brexit and border: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Arlene Foster claims unionism represents pluralism and multi-culturalism: Irish News
John Manley

Foster accused of arrogance by Sinn Féin after she hits out at nationalism: Belfast Telegraph

Westminster committee urges May to take more active role in North: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Bradley urged to restart Stormont talks and take decisions: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Four Stormont parties repeat call for no hard border: RTE
Tommie Gorman

Brexit Shock – New research believes Irish border 'would quickly deteriorate into violence': Daily Express
Joe Barnes

Catholics substantially more opposed to Northern Ireland border checks that Protestants:
Harry Farley

Brexit weekly briefing – Irish border problem dominates debate: The Guardian
Jon Henley

Karen Bradley – Northern Ireland will leave customs union: BBC
John Campbell

Tony Blair and Sir John Major 'disgraceful' for highlighting Irish border riddle, rages DUP chief: Daily Mirror
Ben Glaze

Popular hostility to an Irish border: Financial Times
James Blitz

NI survey on Brexit – Stay vote at 69%: Irish Examiner

Gove shows full confidence that NI will stay in the UK: The News Letter

'Border poll should not be treated as a race to the finish line' – Newry MLA: Newry Times

Hibs seek congressional help for unity vote: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Human rights groups 'call out' May on legacy: Derry Journal

The Good Friday Agreement referendum 20 years on: Irish News
John Manley

Good Friday peace deal 'defines generation': Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Good Friday Agreement referendum brought major changes: Irish News

'We meet those who killed Paul every day... it's a very hard road': Belfast Telegraph

Woman tells of death threat in search for remains of disappeared brother: The News Letter
David Young

Calls for Jeremy Corbyn to condemn IRA as Labour leader heads for Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney and David Young

'No snub' but Corbyn won't meet NI Labour activists: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Corbyn urged to field Northern Ireland candidates ahead of first visit as Labour leader: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

East Belfast UVF agree flag rules ahead of marching season: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

East Belfast flags protocol puts pressure on other loyalists to follow: Irish News
Allison Morris

Details of £400k "carve up of public money" by Sinn Féin and DUP: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Crowds attend Sinn Féin commemoration at play park named after hunger striker Raymond McCreesh: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Willie Frazer cancels protest at McCreesh commemoration after car attacked: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

'Vicious' sectarian gang attack on Catholic child in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Teenage boy kicked in head, dragged onto road, hospitalised, in suspected sectarian assault: Derry Journal

Belfast councillors agree to fly flag in honour of Harry and Meghan: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Harry's Baron Kilkeel title seen as tribute for work on Diana memorial fountain: The News Letter

Mary Lou on the British royal wedding – Prince Harry 'did well': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Abortion referendum – Eastwood supports 'yes' vote : BBC
Enda McClafferty

SDLP leader's backing for abortion Yes vote 'is political suicide': The News Letter

Derry council passes motion to light up civic buildings in colours of Palestinian flag after violence in Gaza: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Hutcheon

Lively council meeting on Palestine sees a walkout and accusations of terrorism and immorality: Derry Now
Ursula Duddy

Ulster GAA confirms Palestinian flag not allowed in grounds: Irish News
Connla Young and Seamus McKinney

Poll – Majority of Scots back the Union but concerned over Brexit: The Scotsman
Chris McCall

Davidson urges PM to say no to poll: The News Letter

Monday, May 21

North voters' opposition to Brexit increases to 69%: Irish Examiner

Owen Paterson and Sammy Wilson say Irish border being 'cynically and recklessly'exploited by Remainers: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope

Ireland's Brexit strategy 'based on a BLUFF and a HOPE UK will remain in customs union': Daily Express
Harvey Gavin

Barry Gardiner grilled over where the truth lies about the border: Irish News

Cabinet ministers visit Northern Ireland over customs arrangements: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit Secretary David Davis visits Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Second visit from David Davis without announcement: Irish News
John Manley

'Max fac' working group visits Northern Ireland for 'customs fact-finding mission': The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Remainers are exploiting fantasies about the Irish border, aided by Dublin and Brussels: Daily Telegraph
Owen Paterson and Sammy Wilson

One in 10 Catholics in Northern Ireland support destroying cameras put up at borders after Brexit: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

British government has failed to confront DUP's negative, anti-rights and anti-agreement agenda (May 19): Irish News
Michelle O'Neill

The government has little choice but to introduce direct rule in Northern Ireland: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Incinerator ruling ought to mean at last NI is given direct rule: The News Letter

Incinerator ruling highlights our political stalemate: Belfast Telegraph

Anger over Belfast City Hall royal wedding flag delay – council 'inundated with complaints': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Co Down unionists submit motion to offer Baron and Baroness of Kilkeel invitation to visit: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Criticism of Barra McGrory comments on legacy killings: Irish News
Allison Morris

Columba McVeigh – A lost life brought into sharper focus (May 19): The Irish Times
Keith Duggan

Children's play park hosts black flag vigil to commemorate death of IRA hunger striker Raymond McCreesh: Irish News
John Monaghan

'I need truth about my teen brother's killer': Irish News
Allison Morris

Deep Derry roots disrupted: Irish Voice/
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

I have broken ranks with my party to protect the unborn: Irish Examiner
Carol Nolan

Life on the border has its own subtle customs: The Times
Liam Fay

Brexit border plan 'must be longer-term' says Tony Lloyd: BBC

'Republicans want us to shun them, others will plan parties – either way, Ireland's Royal Family obsession is bonkers' (May 17): Irish Mirror
Siobhan O'Connor

The Windsors still fascinate – Royals only power is in celebrity: Irish Examiner

Poll – only 41% of Scots support monarchy: The Herald
David Leask

Ruth Davidson – UK must become less London-centric to save Union (May 20): Scotland on Sunday
Catriona Webster

Sunday, May 20

Polls suggest rise in Sinn Féin support: RTE
Conor McMorrow

David Davis set for another visit to Northern Ireland: BBC

Shadow minister under fire over private remarks on Irish border: The Guardian

Irish are tempted with top 10 reasons to abandon EU too: Daily Express
Camilla Tominey

Brexit – Republic of Ireland's fishing rights in UK 'could be suspended' (May 17): Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Perfidious Albion's half-baked Brexit ideas to solve the Irish Border issue: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

Tory fury over Corbyn's plan to speak at Belfast university where IRA murdered a lecturer, as he makes his first visit to Ulster as Labour leader following decades of campaigning for a united Ireland: Mail on Sunday
Glen Owen And Brendan Carlin

Blurred lines – who's calling the shots on NI policy?: BBC
Jayne McCormack

How the British Government helped turn the tides in the Troubles using a series of television advertisements: Irish Sun
Aoife Finneran

Soldier faces probe over Ulster murder: Daily Express
Paula Murray

A Troubles museum – the case for and against: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

The bid to build a new A5 dual carriageway has suffered its latest blow this week: Ulster Herald

I do not have a sectarian bone in my body (May 1): Irish News
Peter McIntyre

SDLP reaffirms pro-life position but allows members freedom of conscience in abortion voting: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Former SDLP leader 'confused' over free vote on abortion: BBC

Peace IV Fund gives Louth a €2.2m financial boost: Drogheda Independent
Margaret Roddy

Former underage Republic of Ireland winger Sean Scannell declares for Northern Ireland: Irish Mirror
Cathal Austin

Niall Keown switches allegiance from Republic to Northern Ireland and Michael O'Neill wants Rangers loan star Sean Goss next: Scottish Daily Record
Steven Beacom

Tears and screams in Dublin as Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle: The Sunday Times
Shauna Bowers

Married life begins for Harry and Meghan with reports of visit to Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Baron and Mrs. Kilkeel? Nice move by the British to claim possession of Irish land: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

Royals are the glue for Brexit Britain: The Sunday Times
Tim Shipman

Westminster may have killed off devolution (May 16): The Times
Kenny Farquharson

The Guardian view on Brexit and devolution – wanted – joined-up thinking (May 15): The Guardian

A constitutional crisis? What constitutional crisis? (May 12): The Herald
Tom Gordon

Nicola Sturgeon will 'restart the debate' on Scottish independence this week: Scottish Daily Record
Catriona Webster

Nicola Sturgeon must call a second referendum on independence now: The Herald
Kevin McKenna

Scottish independence – New Scots currency plan if Yes wins new vote: The Scotsman
Gary Carter

Can Scotland be a great nation inside the Union?: The Sunday Times
Kevin Pringle

Derry DUP councillor criticised by Sinn Féin for attempting to 'justify' shooting of Palestinian protestors by Israeli army: Derry Now

America quits Iran nuclear pact – Decision is a victory for extremists (May 10): Irish Examiner

Saturday, May 19

Ex DPP says Troubles prosecutions should cease: BBC
Mark Devenport

Few more qualified to comment on legacy than Barra McGrory: Irish News
Allison Morris

Brexit – Ireland 'does not want a border down the Irish Sea': The Independent
Jon Stone

'EU needs to stop MESSING AROUND!' IDS warns EU of DIRE Brexit consequences for Ireland: Daily Express
Aurora Bosotti

Taoiseach welcomes 'new insights' into May's thinking on Brexit: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

'It's not just customs,' Taoiseach warns May: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

On Theresa May's Northern Ireland border proposals, the EU remains unconvinced: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

Show no weakness – DUP's Wilson urges PM not to back down in Brexit talks: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit throws NI's future up in the air and where it all lands will be telling: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Irish Times poll – Public divided on approach to Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Brexit Poll – English voters rather lose Scotland than Gibraltar: The Scotsman

Irish Times view on Brexit poll – room for compromise: The Irish Times

QC tells benefit fraud hearing UK should suspend extraditions to Republic: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Anderson confrontation with Bradley 'crass and ill-mannered': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

It's a bad day out of the office for dithering Secretary of State: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Complexity of peace must always trump simplicity of war' says new accountancy head: Irish News
Gary McDonald

Scottish Brexit Secretary's remarks 'highlight Tories' lack of commitment to restoring devolution': Irish News

Belfast City Council to give community groups £400,000 for "bonfire diversion": Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Bonfire materials removed from Galliagh site: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Police take six hours to respond to bomb call – 'I could have been burying my daughter,' says Belfast dad: Belfast Telegraph

Jamie Dornan's father Professor Jim says he'd vote for united Ireland if 'good deal' for unionists: Belfast Telegraph

IRSP hosting annual Hunger Strike commemoration in Derry on Sunday: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Dublin-Monaghan victims 'deserve truth' 44 years on: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Aidan McAnespie body part 'disposed of': Irish News
Connla Young

Former DUP MP William McCrea to get peerage: BBC

DUP's McCrea is 'humbled and honoured' to receive a peerage: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

The Northern Ireland title Prince Harry will take: Belfast Live
Alison Kershaw

Gay Shankill men excited for Royal Wedding but 'wish it was them tying the knot': Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Royal-wedding enthusiasts from Greystones are refusing to be put off by anti-royalist political activists after streaming event sells out: Irish Mirror
Cormac Byrne

Royal wedding reception party in East Belfast to be inclusive for whole community: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Derry civil rights activist says people supporting tomorrow's royal wedding should organise street collections to cover the £30 million cost to taxpayers: Derry Now

Monarchy in the UK – the royal family's uncertain future: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Paisley slams 'biased' BBC after attack on Christians broadcast live: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Checkpoint chill factor on tourists to Donegal: Derry Now

Armagh archbishops joining forces for pilgrimage to battlefields: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Majority supports second term for President Higgins: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Standing in solidarity with Palestine: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Belfast Jew calls bid to open book of condolence for Gaza dead 'shameful': Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden and David Young

Friday, May 18

Theresa May wins crucial support over Northern Ireland border plan: The Guardian
Heather Stewart

UK ministers close to agreement on Irish border 'backstop': Financial Times
George Parker

Varadkar warns UK on need for progress in Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Bradley tight-lipped over direct rule: The News Letter

O'Neill says poll threshold is being met: Irish Echo

UK to produce proposals on avoiding a hard Irish border: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Northern Ireland Secretary warns against knee-jerk reaction following civil service unrest: Belfast Telegraph

Bradley and Anderson clash at the Balmoral Show: BBC

Forty Shades of Green; Fifty Shades of Orange:
Gary Gibbon

The Guardian view on the cabinet and Brexit – beyond a joke: The Guardian

The first inkling of impatience with Dublin over Brexit: The News Letter

Secretary of State and Sinn Féin's Martina Anderson in row at Balmoral Show: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

The Changing Mosaic – Northern Ireland's New Communities:
Paul Nolan

Belfast City Council's new Brexit Committee could have first meeting in August: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Stormont stalemate puts £1bn of infrastructure projects at risk: BBC

Posters telling Gerry Adams "We are not going anywhere" appear in West Belfast: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Fortwilliam Parade alert – Police say device thrown at family home an "elaborate hoax": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

People in Northern Ireland happier than counterparts in England, Scotland and Wales: Irish Post
Gerard Donaghy

PSNI 'spoke with' group removing UVF flags in Belfast : Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Paramilitary flags 'not erected by UVF': The News Letter

'Leaving national flags lying in tatters in Newry is disrespectful' – Charlie Casey: Newry Times

No excuse for provocative flags : Irish News

Hounding of Ulster veterans 'a breach of natural justice': Daily Express
John Ingham

McDonnell backs out of prison conference over 'IRA apologist' claims: The Guardian
Rajeev Syal and Henry McDonald

Irish government 'wants to pursue Hooded Men case to the end': The News Letter

Families of Dublin and Monaghan loyalist bomb victims want truth – campaigner: Belfast Telegraph

RUC among recipients of bravery honours remembered at service: Belfast Telegraph
Helen William

Royal Wedding PROTEST – Furious Irish socialist group target 'ROYAL PARASITES': The Irish Times
Joey Millar

Council `not told PSNI had pulled former station from sale over Brexit': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Belfast hate speech trial of Britain First leaders delayed: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Former First Minister Peter Robinson made honorary professor in peace studies: Irish Post
Gerard Donaghy

SF to open City Hall book of condolence for Gaza after unionists block requests: The News Letter
Andrew Madden

Thursday, May 17

Theresa May and Leo Varadkar to meet in Sofia: BBC

Taoiseach casts doubt on future of Brexit talks: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Better to have Brexit 'crisis' sooner rather than later, says Coveney: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Ireland set to back UK customs proposal: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Fianna Fáil rejects 'max fac' Brexit customs plan: The Irish Times
Declan Conlan

No new cameras on Irish border after Brexit, Karen Bradley says: The Guardian
Jessica Elgot

Customs partnership would ease Border issue – Bradley: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Brexit customs partnership option crazy and unworkable – DUP: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

'It's BLACKMAIL' – Brexiteer Kate Hoey accuses PM of 'SURRENDERING' to terrorist IRA: Daily Express
Matt Drake

Nordic-style border won't work, warns visiting Swedish minister: Irish Independent

Scramble under way to make progress on Brexit Border issue: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

Brexit – UK seeking previously unthought of 'third way' around the Northern Ireland customs border impasse:
Cianan Brennan

A 'smart border' could be solution to Brexit ... if only EU, Dublin and Remoaners had brains to see it: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Could Brexit lead to a united Ireland?: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

Priority must be avoid a hard Brexit – Post-Brexit border solutions: Irish Examiner

UUP's Swann hits back at Sinn Féin border poll call: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Desire to remain in UK is still strong – Bradley: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Theresa May is right about one thing ... whether or not there is to be a united Ireland will be decided not by republicans or unionists, but by the moderate nationalists: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Nigel Dodds says it's 'time for Sinn Féin to face up to reality' or accept direct rule: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

British Government have 'checked out' of Stormont – SDLP: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Fresh calls for return to direct rule as Northern Ireland Civil Service boss warns of decision-making chaos: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

MLAs' pay – heat turned up on SF over MPs' allowances: The News Letter

Sinn Féin alone: Village
Anton McCabe

MLA speaks of frustration after paramilitary flags erected in South Belfast: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Jamie Bryson says DUP's Emma Little-Pengelly working with loyalists on flags protocol: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sinn Féin claim UVF behind Larne attack which left man in hospital: Belfast Telegraph

Loyalist parade prompts PSNI 'avoid Claudy' appeal: Derry Journal

'IRA sympathiser' in court charged with possessing terrorist documents: Belfast Telegraph
Henry Vaughan

Betrayal of our veterans – 'I've been hung out to dry' says Ulster hero charged over killing: Daily Express
John Ingham

MoD sent me 'comfort letter' says soldier on murder bid charge over man shot in back in Northern Irelandlearning difficulties: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Scandalous way to treat our brave Armed Forces: Daily Express

Motion calling for Ireland to appeal Hooded Men case passes: The News Letter

Michael Mansfield to represent McGurk's Bar relatives: Irish News
Connla Young

Pearse Jordan's mum wants inquest finding into IRA man's death quashed: Belfast Telegraph

Row over dissident vigil at 'IRA playground': The News Letter

UVF Dublin and Monaghan bombing victims are remembered: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Opinion split of influence of U2's historic Good Friday Agreement Waterfront gig: Irish News
John Manley

Miami Showband massacre survivor launches peace CD: Irish News
Mairead Holland

Five complaints over Lord Kilclooney 'Indian' tweet: BBC
Stephen Walker

Lord Kilclooney claims Northern Ireland public not offended by Varadkar 'typical Indian' tweet: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

SDLP in abortion policy resignation warning: Irish News
John Manley

Prince Charles to visit Cork and Kerry next month: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Council unlikely to open book of condolence for Gaza victims due to unionist opposition: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Wednesday, May 16

'She is NOT bluffing' – Theresa May ally WARNS of LOSING Northern Ireland over Brexit: Daily Express
Matt Drake

Most people in Northern Ireland don't want border poll – Prime Minister Theresa May: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Karen Bradley to face questions over Irish border: BBC

No evidence public opinion has changed on Irish unity – DUP MP: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Brexit – As May casts doubt on border poll win Sinn Féin says time right for Irish unity vote: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

May's border poll 'fears' played down: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

SoS Karen Bradley confident of NI's future in the UK: BBC
Mark Devenport

Is Theresa May right to worry about a hard border causing a united Ireland?: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Theresa May's comments on border poll cause a stir: Irish News

Corbyn needs to commit to protecting Northern Ireland from Brexit – SDLP's Hanna: Belfast Telegraph

DUP opposed to hard Brexit and border checkpoints, says Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

New dissidents hoping to exploit Brexit: BBC
Peter Taylor

Boris, Brexit and the Border continue to cause strife: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

'Brexit process must be outlined' – Coveney: Irish Independent
Wayne O'Connor

Government plans 'detailed, ambitious' Brexit white paper amid customs deadlock: Belfast Telegraph

Why the future of Northern Ireland is crucial to Brexit negotiations: The Times
Sam Coates

Foster and O'Neill can do business if hardliners let them, says unionist elected to Dublin senate: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Incinerator Ruling – SF 'beating the air' over BIIC calls: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Stormont urged to give clarity on A5 project after Arc21 incinerator ruling: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Court ruling leaves no alternative to direct rule – Wilson: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Incinerator U-turn – Every big Stormont decision could go to court: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Ruling means more confusion in an already unclear picture: The News Letter
Sam McBride

No one's Irishness is diluted by an interest in Harry and Meghan's wedding: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

DUP rejects fresh bid to reach out by Sinn Féin's Begley: Belfast Telegraph
Linda Stewart

'Hand of friendship' MP defends IRA event as first engagement: The News Letter

Man hospitalized after being attacked by masked men armed with nail studded bats: Belfast Telegraph

Saoradh criticism after Creggan PSNI leaflet drop: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

'Are Derry councillors now fair game for loyalists?' – concerns after UDA blamed for sending bullet in post which was intercepted by Royal Mail: Derry Now

Sinn Féin – 'UVF were behind attack on man in Larne': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Gary Haggarty – PPS reviews decision not to prosecute handlers: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Meeting hope to address impasse over Enniskillen memorial: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Councillor – Trust can help resolve stand-off over memorial to Enniskillen atrocity: The News Letter
Diana Armstrong

Saoradh criticised for hunger strike commemoration in council play park: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Troubles veteran case a travesty of British justice, says Tory former minister: The News Letter
Jon Vale

Tory MPs urge ministers to take action to protect Troubles veterans: Belfast Telegraph

Sir Henry Bellingham calls trial of Dennis Hutchings for 1974 Troubles killing 'a travesty of justice': The Times
Aaron Rogan

PPS to review Sean McParland prosecution decisions: Irish News
Connla Young

Memorial event for IRA man McCreesh angers Kingsmill relative: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

House of Lords initiates first stage in potential disciplinary proceedings against Lord Kilclooney over 'Typical Indian' tweet: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

SDLP's Seamus Mallon to be awarded Freedom of Drogheda despite objections from Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Co Derry woman says her life has been "put on hold again" as US-born husband's citizenship case continues: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Sinn Féin request book of condolence at Belfast City Hall for victims of violence in Gaza: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Mary Lou McDonald calls for expulsion of Israeli Ambassador over mass murder of innocent Palestinians: Irish Mirror
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