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Saturday, November 15

Now envoy Hart presses for progress: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Northern Ireland's Financial Crisis Sparks Fears of Violence: Newsweek
Mark Porter and Ana Pouvreau

Cost of refusing welfare reform the elephant in the budget deal (Nov 1): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Féin 'sleeveens' over electoral request – SDLP deputy chief: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Prospect of a green pact puts the SDLP on the spot: The News Letter
Editorial

Murphy could emerge as new face of Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Do Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness need an office with twice as many staff as Prime Minister David Cameron? (Nov 13): Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Police pledge amid north Belfast tension: UTV

PCSP hold special meeting over IRA threat to council workers: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Enda Kenny – Sinn Féin 'throwing aside' democracy: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan and John Riordan

Gerry Adams' 'editor at gunpoint' comments were 'careless, insidious' – INM chairman: Irish Independent
Denise Calnan

McDonald's blatant stunts and Adams's lack of credibility threatens Sinn Fein: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

Comments by Gerry Adams are 'veiled threat' to free media: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

For Fine Gael to get in bed with Sinn Fein would be indefensible (Nov 9): Sunday Independent
John Crown

How Sinn Féin's past compromises its future: The Irish Times
Andy Pollack

Collins never covered up sex abuse, Mr Adams, so stop making the comparison (Nov 10): Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

What do Gerry Adams, Joe Kernan and Russell Brand have in common? (Nov 12): The Irish Times
Kathy Sheridan

Gerry Adams must learn about democracy (Nov 10): Irish Independent
Editorial

Niall Ó Donnghaile seeks apology over BBC Nolan Show 'abuse': BBC

'He touched lives with love and friendship' – Disappeared victim Brendan Megraw laid to rest 36 years after going missing: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh and David Young

TDs and senators visit Narrow Water Bridge site (Nov 14): Irish News

ROI families take plight to Stormont (Nov 13): UTV

Gay cake – DUP MPs launch petition in support of Ashers bakery in Newtownabbey (Nov 13): Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Equality Commission called to Stormont over bakery case: The News Letter

Humanist Association – Tolerance a two-way street: Belfast Telegraph
Brian McClinton

Belfast – Make an investigation of your own (Nov 11): The Independent
Tom Adair

UUP and Sinn Fein clash over flood response responsibilities: The News Letter

1916 website error unacceptable – Ó Domhnaill: RTE

1916 relatives to launch rival commemoration: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Outrage as 1916 Rising anniversary video doesn't feature ANY of the patriots who bravely fought for freedom: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

Irish emigrants should have right to vote, report says (Nov 14): The Irish Times
Ciara Kenny

State security – why we're at risk: The Irish Times
Michael Murphy

Ian Bailey – I was given 'black and tan' shirt to wear by gardai: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

UK 'prepared to walk away from EU': Belfast Telegraph

Charlie Flanagan rejects UK demands on EU free movement: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

SNP – Scotland could demand another independence vote if UK leaves EU: The Guardian
Rowena Mason and Severin Carrell

After the referendum – The Process of Shaping Scotland's Future Begins: Scottish Daily Record
Alasdair Northrop

'Coyness on nationhood' cost the Yes camp victory, says ex-SNP leader (Nov 4): The Herald
Magnus Gardham

Scotland's Neverendum begins and there's nothing Unionists can do to stop it: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Lessons to impart from our peace, and lessons to learn too (Nov 11): The News Letter
Editorial

Friday, November 14

Sinn Fein – Direction of travel that Treasury is on will cripple institutions... we're seeking more money from Westminster: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Stormont talks making good progress, says Irish minister: The News Letter

Theresa Villiers says Northern Ireland talks pace has increased: BBC

EU vote of support but Dodds abstains: The News Letter

Northern Ireland – do what is right and not what suits you: Belfast Telegraph
Gary Hart

Northern Ireland politicians may need a harder shove: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Ahern backed amnesty deal for IRA fugitives, letter reveals: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh and Fionnan Sheahan

SDLP rejects Sinn Féin call for Westminster electoral pact: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

McCartney demands Attwood 'apologise': Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Ex-TV presenter Lynda Bryans is not standing as UUP candidate in Westminster elections: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Can showman Sammy Wilson become the next leader of DUP?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Derry death threats – 'IRA' refuse to withdraw threats against Community Safety Wardens: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Graffiti in Feeny 'naked sectarianism': Derry Journal

PSNI silent over spying on media – Force refuses to say if it used RIPA anti-terror laws to snoop on Northern Ireland journalists: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Orange 'March of the Penguins': Irish News
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Adams' 'editor at gunpoint' remarks ill-judged and inappropriate – NUJ: Irish Independent

Midlands North West MEP defends Gerry Adams handling of sex abuse allegations: Highland Radio

IRA rape victim intimidation in wake of making statements: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Micheál Martin proposes all-Ireland IRA child abuse inquiry: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Féin shuts down Dáil with stand-off that became sit-in: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Sinn Fein claims Dail speaker 'shielding ministers' from difficult questions following Mary Lou McDonald sit-in protest: Belfast Telegraph

Dáil soap opera farce more toytown than tense: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Mary Lou McDonald Dáil suspension row to resume on Tuesday: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran, Michael O'Regan

Cahill – I worried about the screams of those children: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Maíria Cahill – Dáil debate exposed how Republicans dealt with abusers: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Sinn Feins TDs were on phones during debate – Mairia Cahill: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and John Downing

Doherty to give gardai file on 'sex abusers moved to Republic by IRA': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Why Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams' joke about the Press failed to raise a laugh...: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Dail is a stage as 'Sinn Feign' theatrics descend into farce: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Sinn Féin's legacy issues re-surface in Dáil as Gerry Adams persists with conditional apology: The Irish Times
Editorial

Birmingham pub bombings – Lawyer renews call for inquests: BBC

Funeral for Disappeared victim Brendan Megraw: RTE

Deputy Mayor explains stance on Remembrance Sunday events: Lurgan Mail
Catherine Seeley

Symbolism of the poppy is only as good as the protection we give it: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

Poppy a symbol of remembrance: Lurgan Mail
David Simpson

Standing up against the poppy and the perversion of sport: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Google used to translate English to Irish on 1916 commemorations website: RTE

Church has "lost the battle" with secularism – archbishop: Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

Sir John Major tells Germans – Britain has a 50-50 chance of quitting EU: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope

Ireland will not remain silent on UK vote on EU: Irish Independent
John Downing

Thursday, November 13

Gerry Adams 'led probe that found over 100 victims of Sinn Féin/IRA abuse': Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Sinn Fein man led 'internal inquiry' into the rape of two boys, Dail told: Irish Independent
Paul Williams, Niall O'connor and John Downing

TD to give gardai details of eight sex beasts sent to the south by the IRA where they were free to prey on children: Irish Mirror
Sarah Bardon

Kenny – Sinn Fein love the Republic so much they sent us their rapists: Sunday World

Gerry Adams rejects claims of SF cover-up on sex abuse: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran, Michael O'Regan

Former Adams bodyguard was 'never a witness in Cahill case': Irish News

Mary Lou McDonald – IRA should never have been involved in sex abuse investigations: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Adams's gun joke a 'threat' to free press – Burton: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and John Downing

Exasperation and disbelief – Victim shakes her head at SF leader: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Adams plays victim over Cahill allegations, to Dáil disgust: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Gerry Adams, the rape scandal and his hatred of free speech: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Reality is the missing gene in Sinn Fein's DNA: Irish Independent
Mandy Johnston

Adams, of all people, shouldn't joke about gunmen: Evening Herald
Gerry O'Carroll

A chilling glimpse into republican indifference to the law: Irish Independent
Paul Williams

Powerful words as Maíria Cahill case gets full airing in Dáil: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Adams is sorry all right – but only for himself: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Gerry Adams is a most unlikely victim: Irish Independent
Editorial

OFMDFM staff up since 2011, and double that of PM: The News Letter

Pensioners arrested in CIRA probe: Limerick Post
Andrew Carey

More time to question dissident suspects detained in Newry: The News Letter

Council threats – Public must come out in support of workers: Derry Journal
Claire Allan

Council withdraws wardens over threat: UTV

HMP Magheraberry – McCartney welcomes renewed focus Maghaberry problems: Derry Journal

Prison body search rules 'reviewed if threats end': BBC
Vincent Kearney

Orange Order meets top Garda officer over Donegal attacks: The News Letter

Supergrass Haggarty was on UVF hit list before becoming Commander: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Loyalist attempted murder claim 'invented', court told: The News Letter

SF and SDLP – British government must provide funding to deal with the past: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Top PSNI officer Drew Harris may be called to inquest into loyalist murder of Roseann Mallon: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

What were the Birmingham pub bombings? (Nov 11): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Remains of Brendan Megraw returned to family: RTE

DUP to monitor referendum on rebranding of university: Londonderry Sentinel

New councils in Northern Ireland are left without key powers by Stormont (Nov 12): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

David Ford – I'm not blocking libel reform (Nov 11): The News Letter

Relatives to play key role in 2016 Rising commemorations: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

1916 centenary will do more than reflect on the past: Irish Independent
Heather Humphreys

Ireland sends new envoy to Vatican (Nov 11): BBC

Is it time to revisit the idea of a federal Ireland?: The Irish Times
Dennis Kennedy

Northern Ireland adds just 2.1% to UK economy – report: Belfast Telegraph
Elizabeth Barrett

More devolution likely for Wales whoever wins the general election next May, says Baroness Randerson: Walesonline.co.uk
Martin Shipton

Wednesday, November 12

Peter Robinson welcomes Europe's support for Northern Ireland: BBC

Sinn Fein MEP signs 'Northern Ireland' motion in Brussels: The News Letter

You impressed by one crisis after another?: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Budget crisis has shown problem of a rainbow coalition: The News Letter
Editorial

Enda Kenny received further allegations of sex abuse by the IRA: Irish Mirror
Sarah Bardon

Gardaí are investigating claims that Republican sex abusers were moved across the border: TheJournal.ie
Cliodhna Russell

'Abhorrent' – Justice Minister's shock at Gerry Adams' gun remarks: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Maíria Cahill briefs Labour TDs in advance of Dáil debate: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Mairia Cahill – Exiled IRA abusers 'in double figures': Belfast Telegraph
Niall O'Connor

Gerry Adams' gun comments 'insensitive' and 'inappropriate': Irish Examiner
Kelly O'Brien

Adams stands by 'gunpoint' remark: RTE

Gerry Adams' 'gunpoint' remarks emerge online as world newspaper body urges him to promptly withdraw them: Irish Independent
John Downing

Rise of Sinn Fein is unnerving Dublin's political establishment: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cahir O'Doherty

Former PSNI officer criticises North's Police Ombudsman: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

On The Runs – Watchdog report on scheme was 'unfair': BBC

Kate Hoey would be boost to the Ulster Unionists: The News Letter
N R Greer

Twelve suspected dissident republicans remain in PSNI custody: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dissident republicans issue death threat against 11 community wardens in Derry: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Derry Mortar bombs were primed for attack on police – man gets 12 years: Derry Journal

Beating victim vows to blow UDA drugs boss out of the water: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Christmas reinstated in Castledawson after U-turn over lights: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Belfast Met student makes formal complaint after being told 'to cover up his poppy': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Enniskillen's beacon of hope: UTV

Family still heart broken 40 years on: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Bradshaw

Ministry of Defence 'failing to co-operate with inquest' into deaths of IRA men killed in SAS ambush: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Newry Council review decision to name Raymond McCreesh Park: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Soldier 'has serious convictions': Belfast Telegraph

Gay marriage cake row – UK public backs Ashers, says poll: The News Letter

'Gay cake' case wastes all our time – I have no problem with gay marriage, but I do have a problem with frivolous lawsuits: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

Losing its grip – why the Irish political system can no longer guarantee stability: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Government plans major campaign for 1916 centenary: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Obsession with honouring the past is drowning out our future: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Arlene Foster commemorates fallen in Dublin ceremonies: The News Letter

Sombre ceremony to mark Armistice Day in Dublin: The Irish Times
Conor Pope

Ahead of any devolution Northern Ireland chiefs must investigate any tax avoidance schemes: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

Funding flaws 'aid Scotland and NI': Belfast Telegraph

Barnett formula 'flaw' gifts Scotland £1 billion: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Time to scrap the Barnett formula? An outline of who has demanded 'flawed' measure be radically recast: Daily Telegraph
Ben Riley-Smith

Alex Salmond says Scottish independence in 'my lifetime': Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Tuesday, November 11

Martin McGuinness – Serious effort to solve talks issues: The News Letter

Talking about talking: UTV
Brian Rowan

It's time to face the uncomfortable truth on power-sharing: The News Letter
Alex Kane

The state we're in: Stark choices facing us about how we want to live in Northern Ireland – from education and health, to the economy and the past: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

European Arrest Warrant 'vital' – NI Justice Minister David Ford: BBC

Northern Ireland Peace Process: EU has played major role in supporting peace process – Anderson: Derry Journal

Curry my yogurt row – Gregory Campbell accused of racism: BBC

'Curry my yoghurt' divides online Journal readers: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

How Gregory Campbell has handed the moral high ground to Sinn Fein over his 'curry my yoghurt' comments: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Halloween horror at Camp Twaddell: Belfast Media

Omagh bomb suspect arrested in crackdown on republican dissidents: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Terror cops raid Newry bungalow – Heavily armed police PSNI squad arrests 12 men during major operation against suspected dissident republicans: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Paramilitary punishment attacks on over 500 children 'must be examined': Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe and Mary Regan

Child abusers whose deeds are shielded by a cloak of fear: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Kennedy

So-called punishment shootings and beatings – This isn't justice, it's criminality: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

From smuggling and tax-dodging to child abuse – IRA's legacy of crime (Nov 9): Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Bitter Dáil exchanges likely over Cahill claims: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Gerry Adams' gunpoint comments 'represent veiled threat' to journalists: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Emma Jane Hade

Sinn Fein still says it was just a joke – but nobody is laughing at its veiled threats: Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Murder suspects could give evidence at victim's inquest: The News Letter

Bloody Sunday families in legal challenge: Derry Journal

Campbell blasts legal action by Bloody Sunday families: Londonderry Sentinel

New light shed on Ballymurphy death: UTV

Foster's drive to have Wild Atlantic Way extended over the border: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

A good day to reflect on the sacrifice of 50,000 Irishmen: Irish Independent
Eoghan Ó Neachtain

Armistice Day – Remembering the past differently: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Shinners can't rewrite history – Republicans died for UK: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Higgins welcomes 'honest' debate on 1916 centenary: Irish Independent
Joyce Fegan

Proper funds needed for centenary: Evening Herald

Ireland ready to rise to the challenge of a truly inclusive 1916 centenary: Irish Independent
Maurice Manning

James McClean poppy decision thoughtful, respectful and dignified, says Sinn Fein's McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
John Porter

McClean in poppy stance controversy again: Derry Journal

If you want to wear a poppy, then wear it – if you don't, then don't...but do consider what it stands for: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Remembrance – The poppy should not offend anyone: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Furious Celtic fans blast 'scumbags' who dishonoured soldiers' minute of silence with chanting and booing: Scottish Daily Record
Gary Cruden

Why Scotland and Ireland can have common cause in Europe: The Irish Times
Fiona Hyslop

Are Scottish Nationalists voting for Judy Murray to undermine Strictly Come Dancing?: Daily Telegraph
Iain Martin

Monday, November 10

Northern Ireland talks to be intensified says Theresa Villiers: BBC

Unionism must go the extra mile: The News Letter
Mike Nesbitt

What will it take to improve the level of political debate here? Is a Civic Forum a starting point for change? (Nov 7): Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Ulster is back at the crossroads: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Paisley Junior to run as MP again, and says there is 'no room for egotists': The News Letter

Prime Minister 'would look' at Troubles plan: The News Letter

€5m bill to search for the Disappeared': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Ford ordered team to assess conditions in Maghaberry jail: Derry Journal

East Belfast interface resident – I fear if peace wall comes down: The News Letter

Man shot in both legs in Belfast: RTE

Vandals daub church in Antrim with pro-IRA graffiti: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Greystone Presbyterian Church graffiti attack 'absolute disgrace': BBC

Veronica Guerin's family slams Gerry Adams for gun jokes: Evening Herald
Niall O'Connor

When in a hole, Adams just keeps on digging (Nov 9): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Robinson admits unease at speed of the Education Bill: The News Letter

CCMS statement was an 'attack' on integrated education, claims principal (Nov 1): Impartial Reporter
Julie Kenwell

Parent power hits Catholic sector's status quo over integrated education: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

The noble aims of integration must be sought through existing schools: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

Time to push for integrated schools in Northern Ireland: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Cahir O'Doherty

A vote for genuine respect at Queen's University: The News Letter
Editorial

Catholic fear and loathing in our universities (Nov 9): Sunday Independent
Claire McCormack

Nationalism fuels politics of protest (Nov 9): Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran

Taoiseach travels to Enniskillen and lays laurel wreath: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Irish diplomat wreath laying at London Cenotaph praised: The News Letter

Tánaiste represents Government at Dublin Remembrance Day ceremonies: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

'You shouldn't be here'- Angry protestor confronts Dublin Lord Mayor Christy Burke at Remembrance Sunday ceremony: Irish Independent
Sam Griffin

Remembrance Sunday – Despite the examples of solidarity, it is an act that still divides: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Finally, our war heroes gain respect: Irish Examiner
Editorial

James McClean comment – Football should be proud of McClean's brave anti-poppy stand (Nov 9): Independent on Sunday
Kevin Garside

Bravo to Irish soccer player for his stance on not wearing the poppy: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Patrick Roberts

Humphreys – I'm still in charge of 1916 celebration: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Sinn Féin to vote for Dublin City council budget for first time: The Irish Times
Olivia Kelly

Cross-party Scottish home rule campaign launched (Nov 3): BBC

Devolution. Will there ever be a solution?: Bognor Regis Observer
Mike Glennon

Role reversal over EU exit shows nationalist blindness: The Herald
David Torrance

Cameron takes a risk with EU bill (Nov 8): The Herald
Editorial

Sunday, November 9

IRA leader sent Mairia diktat to SF politicians: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Mairia Cahill's anger over Gerry Adams' New York speech – Alleged rape victim slams Sinn Fein leader: Belfast Telegraph
Niall O'Connor

Mary Lou defends Adams' sick murder threat joke: Sunday Independent
Jody Corcoran, John Drennan and Philip Ryan

Adams comments at US fundraiser defended: The Irish Times
Aine McMahon

MEP backs Gerry Adams on rape allegations controversy: Fermanagh Herald

Gerry Adams 'editor at gunpoint' remark at $500 a plate NY dinner (Nov 8): Irish Independent
Orlaith Farrell

Sinn Fein is holding a gun, rather than a mirror, up to the truth: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Adams haunted by history but can he escape a final time?: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

'As sad as his death was, it was also probably inevitable' (Nov 7): Belfast Telegraph
Fran Mulhern

Gun law always fails: Belfast Media

Society can halt these futile acts (Nov 3): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Birmingham pub bombings survivor – "We will never get justice." (Nov 2): Birmingham Mail
Mike Lockley

Frank Skinner – 'I was threatened in work because I was Catholic' (Nov 7): The Irish Times
Conor Pope

Megraw killed to cover up scam by prominent Provo: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Anthony O'Reilly received 'bullets in the mail' in 1970s (Nov 3): The Irish Times
Mark Paul

So many other stories hidden in darkness of Provo underworld (Nov 2): Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

Finding Ronnie in Sam Millar's writing (Nov 6): Rochester Democrat and Chronicle

Burgess wants to enlighten with new UDR drama (Nov 5): Londonderry Sentinel

Northern Ireland brain drain – 'The majority of our young who leave will never return' (Nov 5): Belfast Telegraph
Patrick Johnston and Richard Barnett

Corporation tax cut not the answer (Nov 7): Belfast Telegraph
Boyd Black

Misguided action actually sets back the cause of equality (Nov 7): The News Letter
Danny Kinahan

If Equality Commission has cash to squander, its budget must be cut: The News Letter
Editorial

Remembrance Sunday – Irish ambassador lays wreath in London: BBC

Remembering 1916 will cost the State €26m: Sunday Independent
Jerome Reilly and John Drennan

All this 1916 hoopla plays into Sinn Fein's hands: Sunday Independent
Thomas Molloy

Wigan's James McClean sends letter explaining his decision to not wear poppy: Daily Star
Jamie Lewis

Is a swathe of poppies at the Tower of London the best way to remember Irish war dead? (Nov 4): The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Why I wear my poppy despite the naysayers: The Observer
Kevin McKenna

Wear your shamrock, lily and poppy with pride: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sectarianism – because a law is flawed doesn't mean it's useless: Sunday Herald

Usually when countries gain independence it is because of national identity (Nov 4): The Herald
Gordon Wilson

British difficulties an Irish opportunity? Not if Cameron pulls out of the Eurozone: Evening Herald
Dan White

Saturday, November 8

Nesbitt hits out on state killing claim: The News Letter

Carrot of corporation tax, welfare reform, the draft budget and talk of reducing the number of MLAs at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

The SDLP can stand out from crowd and move to Stormont opposition (Nov 6): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Adams jokes about Mairia coverage at NYC dinner: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor, Fionnan Sheahan and Orlaith Farrell

Gerry Adams recalls 'the good old IRA': UTV

Labour TDs 'receive threats they'll be urinated on' for Sinn Fein criticisms – politician claims: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Third of PSNI officers injured on duty this year – Street disorder blamed for shocking number of front line police hurt: Belfast Telegraph
Colin Breen

Facebook faces legal action over Belfast flashpoint images: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Boy's Supreme Court bid to block PSNI images of child rioters: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI spend £600,000 on tackling punishment attacks in Derry: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Victim shot in punishment attack jailed for stealing motorbike: The News Letter

My anger at gun salute over brother's coffin – I'm sickened funeral was hijacked by dissident republicans: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

PSNI file redactions bid accepted: Belfast Telegraph

Work ongoing to ensure RUC widows get pensions – Ford: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

The families that were torn asunder amid the Troubles in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Orange Order – Educational visits prove a hit with Catholic schools: BBC

Water protests infiltrated by dissidents as meters on hold: Irish Independent
Tom Brady, Niall O'Connor and Fionnan Sheahan

Three short plays about IRA internal security: Galway Advertiser
Kevin Higgins

Passionate, exotic, like nothing else in Britain... how Grayson Perry depicted Belfast loyalists (Nov 6): Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

People should have freedom to choose whether or not to wear poppy Royal British Legion: The News Letter

Ireland star James McClean booed for not wearing poppy again: Sunday World

James McClean – 'It would be a gesture of disrespect for me to wear a poppy': London Evening Standard
Robin de Peyer

I'm no war-monger, says James McClean as he defends refusal to wear poppy: Irish Independent

Top Dublin figures to come to NI for Sunday commemoration: The News Letter

Remembrance Day – Our dead did not fight for an Ulster still at war with itself: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Lest We Forget: Irish Examiner
Editorial

On Remembrance Day, think of the victims of all conflicts: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

First Minister – Equality Commisison should drop its intolerant threat to Ashers Bakery: The News Letter
Peter Robinson

Gay marriage cake – A row that has become seriously over-egged: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Bullies come in all shades and all colours – even rainbow (Nov 7): Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Name streets after those who bring distinction to our city, like John Stewart Bell (Nov 5): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Britain seeks new prisoner deal with Ireland: Daily Telegraph
David Barrett

Malignant Paddyism to compare Ireland to UK, says Willie O'Dea: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Lidl provokes outrage with 'ban' on Welsh language in Welsh shops: The Independent
Lizzie Dearden

'Devolve national insurance, not corporation tax' (Nov 5): The Scotsman
David Maddox

Friday, November 7

Long – Shambolic talks destined to fail without major restructuring: Irish News

Northern Ireland talks process – Cut Stormont down to size?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Stormont now needs radical surgery: The News Letter
John McAllister

Adams rounds on critics at $500-a-head NY fundraiser: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Gerry Adams and Sinn Fein are 'living the high life in America' – Joan Burton: Irish Independent
John Downing

Here's what we know about Sinn Féin's $500-a-plate New York dinner: TheJournal.ie
Hugh O'Connell

The British authorities, as well as Adams, have questions to answer on Cahill allegations: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

McGuinness calls for Irish apology: The News Letter

Gregory Campbell – 'Yoghurt' remark stirs fresh debate: BBC
Chris Page

Curry my yogurt – Gregory Campbell's 'pidgin Irish' just isn't funny: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gregory Campbell's 'curry my yogurt' comments about Irish language overshadow real story: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Failures of education system due to SF control since 1999 – Tories: The News Letter

IRA warns public to stay away from PSNI targets as it launches fresh bid to kill: Irish Mirror
Victoria McMahon

Chief constable tight-lipped on 'IRA' mortar attack claim: The News Letter

PSNI Chief is scornful of bombers' 'perverted logic': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Two men appear in court over Londonderry 'IRA meeting': BBC

Sharp rise in paramilitary attacks: UTV

Graffiti prison term could cost dissident republican his seat on super-council: Irish News

Paul McCauley – Family of Derry assault victim 'accept police apology': BBC

Sinn Fein attempts to end war graves vandalism welcomed: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sammy Wilson asks if DUP colleague Jenny Palmer lied to committee: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Jamie Bryson challenged as Willie Frazer legal 'advisor': The News Letter

Frazer fails part of Galloway case: UTV

UK must pay for Troubles killings investigations says European official: BBC
Vincent Kearney

David Ford backs call for government to fund Troubles killings inquiries: BBC

UK Government cannot "wash its hands" of legacy of the Troubles: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Will we ever get answers as to what happened at Enniskillen?: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

The perfect storm that saw Ulster explode in a wave of bloody violence: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

'Preliminary work' begins to recover remains of Joe Lynskey: Irish News

Search for body of IRA Disappeared starts in the bog where Brendan Megraw was found: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Son of Jean McConville tells of abuse by Fr Brendan Smyth: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Villiers warns over corporation tax: UTV

PSNI officers take 113,000 days off sick: UTV

North's Equality Commission takes on bakery in 'gay cake' row: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Criticism over 'gay cake' case: UTV

Protestants and Catholics unite against quango: The News Letter

Celtic insist football Act is inappropriate: The Herald

Anger at Royal British Legion name change: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Alex Salmond effigy was blown up in Lewes: BBC

Burning effigies – Alex Salmond is one of the wise guise: BBC
Brian Taylor

Thursday, November 6

Villiers urges agreement over flags, parades, the past: The News Letter

First talks meeting with all parties: UTV

Minister for Foreign Affairs says at last some progress at talks: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dropping the number of our MLAs at Stormont – Will it happen?: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Tony Blair may be summonsed to appear before Commons inquiry into on the runs: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Union flag march – Numbers restricted for anniversary protest: BBC

Loyalist parade through Belfast city centre during Christmas shopping weekend 'limited to 500 marchers': Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Facebook taunts behind Short Strand riots on UVF turf: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

SF labels Mairia's rape claims 'political opposition': Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

McGuinness calls for all-island sex abuse victims support body: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty, Stephen Collins

Questions mounting for Gerry Adams: Irish Independent
Editorial

Ex-UUP Vice-Chair slams 'curry my yoghurt' insult: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

The problem is not the Irish language, but the mis-use of it: The News Letter
Editorial

Threat to Magilligan prison warders stops inmate going to Ardoyne funeral: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Dissidents tell brothers to leave Donegal: Donegal Democrat

Gary Donnelly sentenced to six months for damaging city's walls: Derry Journal

Colin Duffy reported to PPS for allegedly directing terrorism: BBC

Kevin McDaid death – David Craig Cochrane jailed over row with son: BBC

Deal barracks IRA bomb letters go on display in Portsmouth: BBC

Sinn Fein: Conference will highlight Britain's human rights failures – Anderson (Nov 3): Derry Journal

Education needs Patten-style review – Integrated sector: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Alex Salmond bonfire effigy 'not burned': BBC

Murphy pledges to scrap anti-sectarian football law: The Herald
Magnus Gardham and Martin Williams

Lewes bonfire chiefs in U-turn over Salmond 'guy': The Scotsman

Of poppies and croppies: The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Ireland and UK must work together in fight against crime: Irish Independent
Frances Fitzgerald

The EU really is now an out of control monster...and we need out, now (NOv 4): Belfast Telegraph
Henry Reilly

David Cameron seems to be putting party before the country by leading Britain closer to an EU exit: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Cliftonville hits back at MLA over claim fans flew Hamas flag during Linfield match (Nov 4): Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Darren O'Dea puts Old Firm match in perspective: The Scotsman

Old Firm cup tie should be greeted with open arms (Nov 4): The Herald
Graeme Macpherson

Unwelcome return of Old Firm derby (Nov 3): The Scotsman
Hugh Reilly

Wednesday, November 5

Charlie Flanagan to meet NI parties to review talks progress: BBC

PSNI officer says any on-the-run letters inquiry could take up to a decade: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Fugitive O'Hare was key figure in OTRs process, Mandelson tells inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

SF 'wanted slate wiped clean' for OTRs: UTV

Security alert after PSNI attack ends: UTV

Gary Donnelly – Independent Councillor refuses to condemn bomb attack on PSNI: Derry Journal

Painstaking work against terror needs widespread support: The News Letter
Editorial

Residents 'tortured' and homes damaged as unrest continues at Belfast interface: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Barra McGrory 'should resign' as DPP, says DUP: BBC

Maíria Cahill – Briege Wright says letters show she tried to help: BBC

Sinn Féin minister urged to resign over alleged 'kangaroo court' rape case: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Maíria Cahill considers civil action after her letters released: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Mairia Cahill – Republicans want to keep me silent: Irish Mirror
Sarah Bardon

Fitzpatrick says Adams must name suspected child abusers: Dundalk Democrat

Gerry Adams alleges Coalition smear campaign over Cahill: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Sinn Fein need to 'let truth come out' on abuse: Irish Catholic
Mags Gargan

Shinners must give up abusers: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

'I dance like I have diamonds at the meeting of my thighs' – Gerry Adams defends tweeting poem on woman's 'sexiness': Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Gerry Adams unlikely to get bitten at Big Apple fundraiser: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Override Sinn Fein's veto on National Crime Agency, demands Empey: The News Letter

DUP's Campbell denied speaking rights for 'mocking Irish': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ní Chuilín complains about Campbell: UTV

DUP's unofficial Nolan Show envoy Gregory Campbell is never far away from controversy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP man quits after claiming MP McCrea 'not about much': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Tyrone dissident republican wins right to challenge strip searches: Mid Ulster Mail

We didn't shoot Edward say OIRA: Belfast Media
Anthony Neeson

Fury at funeral gun salute over prisoner's coffin in west Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Dissident republican Colin Duffy released for police questioning: BBC

Court approves Duffy questioning: UTV

Ann Travers – Why I have quit social media: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Sinn Fein – Limavady councillor welcomes imposition of bonfire penalties: Derry Journal

Brother appeals over other Disappeared: UTV

Stormont cuts – Budget reductions, even with staff drop, will be stressful: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

This Government has taken tough decisions ... so should Stormont: The News Letter
Theresa Villiers

Stormont's largesse has finally came home to roost: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

John O'Dowd says Irish-medium school places will increase: BBC
Maggie Taggart

'Support' for English devolution – BBC poll: BBC

Beware history's home rule lesson: The Scotsman
Peter Jones

Call to abolish Barnett formula: Belfast Telegraph

We're all poorer without Barnett: The Scotsman
George Kerevan

Tuesday, November 4

On The Runs – Lord Mandelson gives evidence to inquiry: BBC

Cahill controversy not a resignation issue, says Adams: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Mary Lou: 'The IRA told abusers to leave – where they went I can't account for': Irish Independent
Brian O'Reilly

Mary Lou McDonald insists IRA members who interrogated alleged rape victim are "decent people": Irish Mirror
Sharon McGowan

Abuse a challenge for all our society: Belfast Media
Gerry Adams

Demonisation of Gerry Adams a consequence of Ireland's 'media bubble': The Guardian
Roy Greenslade

You can depend on 'Red Roy' Greenslade to support Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sinn Fein and a question of distrust: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Ten reasons why Sinn Fein can't be trusted to govern: Evening Herald

Pushing our politicians – We profile US envoy Gary Hart (Nov 1): Belfast Telegraph
Jim Dee

NI Executive facing deep cuts of £1.5bn over next four years: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Only one non-Executive MLA allowed to speak in Stormont budget debate: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Risky move, but debate creates a particular problem for Sinn Fein: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Racism claim after DUP member 'speaks Irish' in Assembly: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Culture Minister brands 'curry my yoghurt' Irish joke 'pure ignorance': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Campbell defends 'curry my yoghurt' comments: The News Letter

'Curry my yoghurt' – Gregory Campbell, DUP, barred from speaking for day: BBC

Sinn Fein Deputy Mayor snubs Remembrance event: Portadown Times

Sinn Fein's Seeley defends Remembrance memorial snub: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Anger over Remembrance parade music ban: The News Letter

Loyalist parade planned through Belfast city centre 'will only hit local shops at Christmas': Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

First step cleared in legal challenge to Twaddell camp: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Dissident republicans behind mortar attack on police patrol: Irish News

PSNI fears top bomb-maker with dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

Dissident threats and counterfeit notes a real threat to retailers this Christmas, say police: Belfast Telegraph
Ricky Thompson

Derry bomb attack and shootings – Durkan condemns 'warped and violent' Derry attackers: Derry Journal

Northern Ireland police accused over conviction rates for punishment attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Londonderry shooting – Second man shot in legs in the city: BBC

SDLP: Shantallow shooting 'barbaric' – Tierney: Derry Journal

Two 'punishment-style' attacks carried out every week in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Punishment attacks – The fear of irrelevancy drives paramilitary vigilantism: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Rioting in Creggan – Video footage from rioting in Creggan Heights last night: Derry Journal

PSNI vehicle and homes attacked in east Belfast: The News Letter

PSNI withdraw from Newry estate after attack by youths: Newry Times

Flag and tyre burning sees six Belfast groups lose bonfire funds: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Thomas Finlay jailed for union flag protest riot shots: BBC

INLA is challenged over gun attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Trial date set in Glasgow for UDA murder plot accused: BBC

Teenage boy in court over east Belfast violence: Belfast Telegraph

Remains of IRA victim Brendan Megraw identified: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Commission believes remains of more Disappeared may be buried in Meath bog: RTE

The Troubles and the Disappeared – 'Another chapter closed in the tragic saga': TheJournal.ie
Sinead O'Carroll

Internet troll threatens to 'stab' Anthony Stokes: The Scotsman

Macpherson – We must address Old Firm games ... or ban them: The Herald
George Mair

Ulster peace process 'still a model for others': The News Letter

Monday, November 3

McDonald says Mairia's rapist abused others: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

Belfast women say North legal system failed them: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

'Mary Lou pits abuse victims against each other' – Mairia (Oct 3): Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan and Jerome Reilly

Enda Kenny – Gerry Adams must reveal abusers: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

'Mairia won't be hushed by Gerry Adams or the IRA' (Nov 2): Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

Republican dissidents thought to be behind punishment attacks on PSNI: TheGuardian.com
Henry McDonald

Bomb hoax in east Belfast sees street evacuated: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Man shot and police attacked in Derry: Derry Journal

Body find gives fresh hope to other families of Disappeared: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

16 PSNI officers have died in the line of duty since force was formed (29 September): Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Disappeared remembered in Stormont's Silent Walk: The News Letter

Jones won't be UKIP choice to run for Westminster: Portadown Times

New mural unveiled for David Ervine: UTV

Welfare reform – Simon Hamilton hopeful of NI resolution: BBC

Stormont grasps budget nettle: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Wright ponders lack of official opposition and talks prospects: Londonderry Sentinel
Terry Wright

Cuts are unavoidable, but MLA's need to accept their share: The News Letter
Editorial

Queen's Students' Union decision to reject attempt to make Irish unity official policy is a defeat for Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Moving seats – Are MLA replacement rules being exploited?: BBC
Chris Page

Its time to reclaim our national flag from Sinn Fein/IRA (Nov 2): Sunday Independent
Niamh Horan

It is to Prince Charles's credit that he pursued peace despite violent death of Mountbatten: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Sectarian clash fears over first Old Firm match in two years: The Herald
David Leask and Gerry Braiden

Boris Johnson – countries that have had not had benefit of British colonial rule are less fortunate: Belfast Telegraph

Sunday, November 2

Poll finds Sinn Féin is most popular party in State: The Irish Times
Genevieve Carbery

Sinn Fein dismiss best-ever poll: Sunday Independent

Mary Lou in Bertie-land as SF tightens grip on capital: Sunday Independent
John Drennan and Ronald Quinlan

Ex-DUP spad – It's wrong that MLAs aren't sharing the pain: The News Letter

Leaked document reveals DUP plan to settle welfare impasse: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Rebecca Black

Executive's fiscal dishonesty coming home to roost – Agnew: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Hard facts for the naysayers that Stormont works (Oct 2): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Devolution – the pathway ahead for Northern Ireland: BBC
Chris Buckler

Charges against Semtex accused man Thomas Hughes are dropped: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick and Alan Erwin

Calls for help with ongoing interface riots: The News Letter

Londonderry – Man shot in leg 'by appointment': BBC

Prison for man involved in riot: Portadown Times

Kenny says sex abusers moved by IRA are not registered as offenders: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

Abuse case 'transformed into a politically charged matter': Irish News
Connla Young

Mairia Cahill's child sex abuse allegations overshadow suffering of other victims – Mary Lou McDonald claims: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Cahill says letter proves IRA carried out investigation of her rape allegations: RTE

IRA letter is proof of Mairia's strength of character: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Vulnerable children left unprotected – the Sinn Fein way: Sunday Independent
Mairia Cahill

'Hey bby gurl' – How Gerry Adams is serially insensitive to abuse victims: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Cahill affair has dented image of party on an inevitable rise: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Now Sinn Fein aspires to be the Victims' Party: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Death threat school Crumlin Integrated College faces closure: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Pledges on integrated education must be honoured (Oct 28): Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Lunn

Deputy mayor faces first time conundrum: Lurgan Mail

Martin and 1916 relatives hit out at commemorations snub: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Majority in favour of retention of 'compulsory' Irish – Tuairisc.ie poll (Oct 25): The Irish Times

Coalition plan to reform gardai unconstitutional, says McDowell: Sunday Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Sectarian thug jailed for abusing former Celtic boss Neil Lennon is caught posing as a steward at Ibrox: Scottish Daily Record
Stephen Stewart

Germany says UK could leave EU if David Cameron insists on migrant quotas: Sunday Telegraph
Peter Dominiczak

Scottish independence poll now puts Yes ahead: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Sunday, November 2

Poll finds Sinn Féin is most popular party in State: The Irish Times
Genevieve Carbery

Sinn Fein dismiss best-ever poll: Sunday Independent

Mary Lou in Bertie-land as SF tightens grip on capital: Sunday Independent
John Drennan and Ronald Quinlan

Ex-DUP spad – It's wrong that MLAs aren't sharing the pain: The News Letter

Leaked document reveals DUP plan to settle welfare impasse: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford and Rebecca Black

Executive's fiscal dishonesty coming home to roost – Agnew: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Hard facts for the naysayers that Stormont works (Oct 2): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Devolution – the pathway ahead for Northern Ireland: BBC
Chris Buckler

Charges against Semtex accused man Thomas Hughes are dropped: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick and Alan Erwin

Calls for help with ongoing interface riots: The News Letter

Londonderry – Man shot in leg 'by appointment': BBC

Prison for man involved in riot: Portadown Times

Kenny says sex abusers moved by IRA are not registered as offenders: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan

Abuse case 'transformed into a politically charged matter': Irish News
Connla Young

Mairia Cahill's child sex abuse allegations overshadow suffering of other victims – Mary Lou McDonald claims: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Cahill says letter proves IRA carried out investigation of her rape allegations: RTE

IRA letter is proof of Mairia's strength of character: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Vulnerable children left unprotected – the Sinn Fein way: Sunday Independent
Mairia Cahill

'Hey bby gurl' – How Gerry Adams is serially insensitive to abuse victims: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Cahill affair has dented image of party on an inevitable rise: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Now Sinn Fein aspires to be the Victims' Party: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Death threat school Crumlin Integrated College faces closure: Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Pledges on integrated education must be honoured (Oct 28): Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Lunn

Deputy mayor faces first time conundrum: Lurgan Mail

Martin and 1916 relatives hit out at commemorations snub: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Majority in favour of retention of 'compulsory' Irish – Tuairisc.ie poll (Oct 25): The Irish Times

Coalition plan to reform gardai unconstitutional, says McDowell: Sunday Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Sectarian thug jailed for abusing former Celtic boss Neil Lennon is caught posing as a steward at Ibrox: Scottish Daily Record
Stephen Stewart

Germany says UK could leave EU if David Cameron insists on migrant quotas: Sunday Telegraph
Peter Dominiczak

Scottish independence poll now puts Yes ahead: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Saturday, November 1

Last-minute deal on budget saves Northern Ireland Executive, but fears remain over £250m debt: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke and Rebecca Black

US envoy Hart – I'm happy to admit that I'm walking a fine line: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Gary Hart – delicately candid realist who spoke with humility: The News Letter
Sam McBride

This week at Stormont it's been like watching that Deal or No Deal show with Noel Edmonds...: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

Stormont budget – Difficult decisions have to be taken to move forward: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

We all know who the real victims of the Troubles are... the rest of us are just survivors: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Gildernew stance on Westminster is 'naive' claims rival: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Let's tap into the mixed tweed of our shared cultural wealth (Oct 30): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Limerick pair jailed for two and a half years each for membership of the IRA: Irish Independent
Natasha Reid

Edward Gibson killing – Man remanded in custody charged with murdering father-of-one in west Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Short Strand resident speaks about ongoing trouble: The News Letter

'Lack of investment fuelling bad behaviour': Derry Journal

Cahill denies 'kangaroo court' deal: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Maíria Cahill – Dispute over letter to IRA army council: BBC

Abused, vilified, used as political toy, but the public believes Mairia Cahill: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Silence of the Sinn Fein women on the Mairia Cahill case is quite deafening: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

SDLP's Mark H Durkan: 'I'm not the man from uncle – we're very different men' (Oct 27): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Student hopes for no repeat of QUB vote controversy (Oct 29): The News Letter

Ultach – Cross-community Irish language trust to close: BBC

Ian Paisley and the Pope, and those still out of touch (Oct 25): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Great Britain's Time of Troubles – Why it Matters (Oct 24): NationalInterest.org
Peter Harris

Where politicians fail, storytellers address the Troubles in Northern Ireland: The Conversation
Cahal McLaughlin

Bruton opens up differences with Kenny on 1916: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Scottish independence – 66% back new referendum: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Devolution – What's the Barnett formula?: BBC



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