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Monday, November 14

UK ministers criticised over Brexit stance and expectations: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Private equity chief tipped for US ambassador role in Ireland (Nov 13): Sunday Independent
Ronald Quinlan

Common ideological threads link Donald Trump and the DUP: Irish News
John Manley

An open letter to Mr Trump: Irish Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Ardoyne priest Fr Gary Donegan – "I shook hands with Dee Fennell": Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Memorial remembers soldiers killed by IRA bomb: The News Letter

Belfast councillor 'attacked while trying to stop youths defecating on memorial': Irish Examiner

Calls for police to act after paramilitary display by loyalists at funeral in Belfast: Irish News
Connla Young

Marchers take part in memorial parade for IRA woman: The News Letter

Children in paramilitary uniform take part in republican parade: Irish News

Picking over the past in Northern Ireland is a waste of time and money: The Irish Times
Chris Ryder

Remembrance Day bombing 30 years on – how parents in Northern Ireland are teaching children to put aside religious differences: Daily Telegraph
Stephen Armstrong

Brother of Derry INLA man Colm McNutt blames Raymond Gilmour for sorrow: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

PSNI whistleblower tribunal adjourned after 'critical' document appears 'out of the ether': The News Letter

Monica McWilliams recalls university's 'cold-hearted' approach to 1974 murder: Irish News
John Monaghan

Was IRA Hunger Striker Bobby Sands As Romantic a Figure as '66 Days' Paints?: Daily Beast
Tim Teeman

Department's Irish language proficiency criticised: The Irish Times
John Lawrence

Soldiers' suffering has nothing to do with football: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Northern Ireland firms included in 15 Republic trade missions, figures show: Irish News
Allison Morris

IDA rejects Foster claim of 'poaching': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Northern visitors still flocking to Republic despite fears of loss of trade over Brexit: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Constant contact between Derry and Donegal police forces: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

First Minister Arlene Foster and Taoiseach Enda Kenny lay wreath at Enniskillen Cenotaph: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Remembering our war dead – Wearing the poppy: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Sinn Féin TD makes protected disclosure over alleged garda malpractice: TheJournal.ie
Cormac Fitzgerald

Trump win reiterates that the UK is over: The Herald
Marianne Taylor

Sunday, November 13

Young Derry loyalists reveal uncertainty over Brexit: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Eirexit – Could Ireland follow Britain out of the EU?: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

SDLP leader Eastwood must get real over Donald Trump: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Foster signals end of the DUP by 2021: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

These ill-considered remarks will have caused great offence (Nov 11): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

IRA Volunteer 'Junior' McDaid's wife hurt by Saoradh snub (Nov 9): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Housing Executive gets rent from IRA memorial site in north Belfast (Nov 12): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Top cop – Hurls not 'offensive weapons': Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

At every turn, a ready ear: Irish Echo
Máirtín Ó Muilleoir

The poppy a poignant symbol of sacrifice... it's time to stop dragging it into grubby political controversies: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Interview with firebrand pastor McConnell was not so much a clash of titans as a surprising and touching meeting of minds (Nov 9): Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Nolan

Ireland can take role in urging tolerance, Kenny tells 1916 forum (Nov 11): The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

We should honour those who died defending freedom (Nov 11): Irish News
Martin O'Brien

Outrage over far-right group's anti-Islamic leaflets in Lisburn (Nov 7): Belfast Telegraph
Rachel Martin

Don't look to White House for help in finding Irish Dream: Sunday Independent
Eoin O'Malley

Gay people in Northern Ireland treated with 'double standard' (Oct 20): Belfast Telegraph

Where is equality in DUP criticising Ashers ruling yet blocking same-sex marriage law at Stormont? (Nov 9): Belfast Telegraph

Guinness may be good for you but borders are bad, says Ireland drinks chief (Oct 20): The Guardian
Stephen Collins

Gaeltacht Irish-only schools to get up to €8m extra funding (Oct 29): The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

It's hard to remember what poppies once stood for (Nov 6): Scotland on Sunday
Dani Garavelli

'Spain will NEVER renounce claim to Gibraltar' Furious row over sovereignty of the Rock (Oct 19): Daily Express
Katie Mansfield

Saturday, November 12

Many Sinn Féin supporters in US unsettled by Trump victory: The Irish Times
Ruadhán Mac Cormaic

Reassessing staid Stormont, post-Trump: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP minister defends his department over Magherafelt Union flag removal: The News Letter
Stanley Campbell

Bonfires aren't sinful in themselves, but if they are hijacked to spread triumphalism and fear, that is sinful: Belfast Telegraph
Frank Sellar

Housing Executive won't rule out memorial bid at UDA man's bungalow: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Courageous Joan Wilson shows we have the faith to heal bitter divisions: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Kate Carroll has found new love after tragic loss of husband Stephen: The News Letter

Arlene's role in green energy scheme fiasco under spotlight: Irish News
Newton Emerson

DUP defends decision to scrap Irish correspondence from education department: The News Letter

DUP Irish language decision 'motivated by hate', says McGuinness: BBC

Derry pipe bomb left near senior Sinn Féin homes: ITV

Board backs resumption of PSNI recruitment after training college concerns: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident republicans blamed for "abandoned" pipe bomb in Derry: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Man guilty of being a member of the IRA: Herald.ie
Eoin Reynolds

'Border Fox' granted bail as he fights extradition: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Claudy bomb – Victim's brother "no confidence" in legacy plans: BBC

Armistice Day – SF deputy joins Belfast lord mayor at service: The News Letter

Nicola Sturgeon to address Irish Senate during Dublin trip: BBC

Ireland should continue to commemorate 1916, says Taoiseach: Irish Independent
John Fallon and Daragh Small

Perfect storm as rainclouds, Brexit and Trump buffet 1916 commemorations: Irish Independent

Ireland should debate whether to stay in EU, says union chief: The Irish Times
Martin Wall

US firm Pimco accuses Nama over botched multimillion property deal (Nov 10): Belfast Telegraph

Colin Davidson's Royal portrait – Painting's origins in McGuinness handshake (Nov 8): The News Letter
Sam McBride

The Football Act – what happens now? (Nov 2): BBC
Brian Taylor

Fifa ban on footballers wearing poppies 'utterly outrageous' says Theresa May: The Herald

England and Scotland defy Fifa ban and wear poppies in World Cup qualifier: The Independent
Mary Bulman

Remembrance Day must not be hijacked by rampant nationalism (Nov 11): The Herald

Friday, November 11

Donald Trump critic Colum Eastwood 'happy' to carry INLA man's coffin but boycotts White House, says Sammy Wilson: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

SDLP's Eastwood and McDonnell at odds over Trump White House visit: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Jim Allister – I rejoice in defeat for meddling Hillary Clinton: The News Letter

Trump invites Kenny to White House for St Pat's: ITV

Foster and McGuinness urge Trump to strengthen bond with Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Trump triumph puts Northern Ireland economy at risk if US adopts policy of inward investment: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Gosling

Those who promise boycott of Trump White House 'care little about working for NI': The News Letter
Arlene Foster

Adams avoids criticising Trump as rest of left unites in outrage at win: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Ian Paisley and Donald Trump hit it off as 'they had nothing to prove to each other': Belfast Telegraph
Ian Paisley Jnr

Donald Trump upsets British, German leaders by talking to Irish leader first: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

Donald Trump's snub to Theresa May is a huge embarrassment. She must spare no effort to save the Special Relationship: Daily Telegraph
Con Coughlin

St Patrick's Day invite is sign of hope and eggs put in the wrong basket: Irish Independent
John Downing

First Ministers will co-operate on Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

TUV and Greens push for a say in Assembly business: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Unionist backlash after Presbyterian moderator brands bonfires 'sinful': Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Presbyterian moderator defends 'toxic bonfire' comments: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Protestants 'intimidated' by 10ft statue of armed terrorist in Derry cemetery: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

DUP accused of grandstanding over hunger strike statue: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Sinn Féin accuses "anti peace process group" of issuing threats against North Belfast taxi drivers: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Car bomb accused denied bail after receiving bullets in post: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Brokenshire – No deadline to resolve Troubles victims' issues: The News Letter

Officers 'told lies over killing of IRA man': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Tebbit addresses terror victims at Westminster: The News Letter

Brother's anger at delay in ombudsman probe of UDA killing: Belfast Media
Conor McParland

Ulster Museum to collect personal stories from the Troubles: Irish News
Allison Morris

DUP-led Department of Education ends use of Irish on official logo: Irish News
Simon Doyle

Gay pardons a welcome sign that Northern Ireland doesn't always have to say no to social change: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Ashers bakery seeks Supreme Court bid over 'gay cake': ITV

'We're stocking up in massive quantities' – Northern stores brace themselves for influx of Republic shoppers: Irish Independent
Amy Molloy and Colm Kelpie

FIFA, and not the IFA, must take blame over poppy row: Londonderry Sentinel

Northern Ireland fans' petition to reverse IFA poppy ruling over football shirt: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Football poppy row – Campbell criticises IFA over Armistice Day build-up: The News Letter

IFA U-turn on poppy ban for Northern Ireland fans team shirts: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

England vs Scotland – Fifa says it has not banned poppies and any claims that it has are a 'distortion of the truth': The Independent
Jack de Menezes

England's case for wearing poppies against Scotland is 'rock solid', says FA: The Guardian
Owen Gibson

Have the IFA been guilty of mishandling the poppy affair?: The News Letter
Editorial

Poppy and other symbols of commemoration have no place in sport: The Irish Times
Mike Cronin

Thursday, November 10

Trump bombshell – Northern Ireland First Ministers Foster and McGuinness congratulate 45th President of United States on victory: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

SDLP leader won't congratulate 'fanatical' Trump and will boycott White House: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Paisley – I've met Trump in nine of the last 10 years: The News Letter

Thousands from Northern Ireland joined online petition calling for Trump UK ban: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

What impact will Trump's presidency have on Northern Ireland?: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Enda Kenny questioned when he'll meet Trump to tell him he's 'racist': Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Enda Kenny – Donald Trump's 'dangerous' remarks were in the heat of battle: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin and Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

What does a Donald Trump presidency mean for Ireland?: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Eastwood puts SDLP on 'election footing': Derry Journal

Brexit – Martin McGuinness says government making up policy: BBC
Gareth Gordon

David Davis pledges to share Brexit thinking with devolved governments: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

Divided views following joint Brexit talks involving Scotland: BBC

We are seeing the rise of a uniquely Irish Brexit phenomenon: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Brexit verdict so predictable a first-year law student could have written it: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Stormont's funding snub to our 'FBI' is slammed: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

MLA McCann slams 'despicable' Secretary of State: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Anglo-Irish relations – Show of unity: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Thomas 'Slab' Murphy 'had nothing to do with cattle farming': The Irish Times

Ex-agent's fear after fake Arlene Foster Facebook page's bid to find him: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'Junior' McDaid House will allow us to rebuild – Mellon: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Newtownabbey war veteran slams IFA poppy decision: Carrick Times
Russell Keers

Man's life put at risk by PSNI attempts to recruit him as an informer, High Court told: Belfast Telegraph

'Terrorist statue' remark slammed: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Civil servant should not have been disciplined over Facebook criticism of DUP and Tories, tribunal rules: Belfast Telegraph
Sophie Inge

Darren Fletcher – Scotland players would love to show respect by wearing poppy: The Herald

Sinn Féin under fire as it debates staff pay rise: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Europe grounded route, insists Hamilton: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Border towns boom time as southern shoppers flock to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Same-sex bill was halted by DUP, says Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Dáil fracking bill reaches committee stage – Councillor calls on all-Ireland ban on fracking: Impartial Reporter

Wednesday, November 9

Bradley calls on DUP to provide evidence of 'investment poaching': Newry Times

Gerry Adams confirms party's MPs will not take part in Brexit vote: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

In the Brexit debate it needs to be Ireland and its people first: Irish News
Jim Gibney

High level of approval of policing among Protestants thanks to deals over marches: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Justice minister defends delays in 'difficult work' of tackling paramilitaries: Irish News
Lesley-Anne McKeown

DUP's Arlene Foster slams UUP as parties clash over Programme for Government: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Whether to probe the past, and if so how, is a political decision (Nov 3): The News Letter
Editorial

IRA supergrass makes deathbed claim saying McGuinness 'begged him' to return to Derry: Sunday World
Hugh Jordan

Father-of-three jailed for Ardoyne rioting: Belfast Live
Michael Donnelly

'Border Fox' Dessie O'Hare to fight extradition to Republic from North, court told: Irish Mirror
Alan Erwin

DUP MLA slammed for Facebook post comparing Bloody Sunday and Brexit: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

US Election – We're so keen to be 51st US state, we have lost sight of who we really are: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

DUP councillor denies suggestion that she mocked refugees: The News Letter

Equality body urged to help faith communities in wake of Ashers case: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Sinn Féin TD pay move 'nakedly populist', says Donohoe: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran and Michael O'Regan

Suspected ex-IRA boss appeals tax conviction: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Northern Ireland players will wear black armbands instead of poppies in World Cup qualifier: Mid Ulster Mail
Stephen Gamble

Anger that 1916 commemorative medal unavailable in north: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Criticism of Easter Rising commemoration way off the mark: The Irish Times
Martin Mansergh

Belfast man who painted the Queen tells of the huge burden he felt: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Attorney General move could see Brexit challenge referred to Supreme Court: The News Letter

IDA chief predicts Ireland will be boosted by investment after UK exit: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Ireland's food producers struggle to digest Brexit: The Guardian
Vincent Boland

European Commission – We didn't block New York flight: The News Letter

'Remainers' seem incapable of accepting the simple truth: The News Letter
Chris Moncrieff

Tuesday, November 8

SDLP and Sinn Féin in war of words over claims of 'secretive' decisions: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Kenny goes off script to say UK Brexit plan will be 'British solution': The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Special status of Irish citizens in UK 'will be protected': Irish Independent
Richard Wheeler and Sarah Collins

UK and Ireland pledge security co-operation post-Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Northern Ireland secretary – UK government will accept supreme court ruling on Brexit: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Brexit – What is it that you want?: The Irish Times
Editorial

Parade opens controversial IRA memorial: Belfast Telegraph

Paramilitary-style shooting in west Belfast: ITV

Garnerville – Report criticises PSNI college's 'military-style boot camp' regime: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Less than £600 raised for funeral of IRA supergrass Raymond Gilmour: Irish News
John Monaghan

Haggarty has record 202 charges put to him at court: ITV
Alan Erwin

Fingerprints found in Wexford house match those of IRA membership accused: Sunday World

'State fails to prove killing of IRA man was lawful' – Inquest: ITV

Family of Pearse Jordan vow to take further legal action in fight for justice: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Enniskillen Bomb – 'I still have nightmares ... I wake up and ask where my dad is and try to find him': Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

British Army file on bombing of McGurk's Bar closed until 2056: Irish News
John Monaghan

Irish ministers request meeting: The News Letter

Janet Reno allowed Irish 'deportees' to remain in U.S.: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Ray O'Hanlon

Sinn Féin's Gerry Adams honoured as New York names street after Easter Rising: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

The IRA's man (Nov 3): Queens Chronicle
Editorial

Ireland Rio hero Jason Smyth has no regrets over raising Windsor Park snub: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Beacom

Sinn Féin to increase its TDs' annual pay by €2,500: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Foster – Faith communities experiencing 'chill factor' after Ashers ruling: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – EU must show it 'delivers results for citizens', says Kenny: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Arlene Foster attacks EU over loss of Belfast-New York air route: Belfast Telegraph

UK not seeking an 'off the shelf' Brexit deal, Brokenshire says: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Brexit – Northern Ireland lawyers apply to practice in Republic: Belfast Telegraph

Scotland's Brexit minister warns Theresa May – 'Don't force us into leaving EU': Scottish Daily Record
Torcuil Crichton

No court ruling can change the basic fact of Brexit – Britain will leave the EU (Nov 6): Sunday Telegraph
Editorial

America is not as tribal as Northern Ireland, but might head that way: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Segregation by class and race still a live issue: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

I hope the visit of President Santos to Belfast deepens friendship between our countries (Nov 3): The News Letter
James Brokenshire

Religious Conflict, Walls and Terror – Northern Ireland's Lessons for Israeli-Palestinian Peace: Haaretz
Cliff Savren

Monday, November 7

Sinn Féin won't show up for Brexit vote in Westminster: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Colum Eastwood says SDLP 'on election footing' after Brexit court ruling: Irish News

Borderline fear – Brexit jitters awake past anxieties: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

The Leave view – The wishes of the British people must be respected (Nov 4): Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Dodds

High court grants us hope of Brexit halt (Nov 5): The News Letter
Joanne Savage

Arlene Foster's mockery of remain voters is disappointing: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Stockbroker Mike Logan turned smuggler got thrill from deadly dealings (Nov 2): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Why Mike Logan's death demonstrates Sinn Féin has the luck of the Irish (Nov 4): Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Stormont's new Programme for Government should be taken with a pinch of salt: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

We are living in a world being turned upside down: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Far-right propaganda won't sway the decent people of Ulster – Poots: The News Letter

Police probe 'suspicious death' and paramilitary-style attack in Belfast: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Ivan Little on La Mon firebombing – A deadly, horrific inferno that literally brought the Troubles to my doorstep (Nov 3): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

No prosecutions in Northern Ireland for defacing road signs in five years: Irish News
John Monaghan

Sinn Féin ran 'misleading' advert for 1916 exhibition (Nov 3): The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Pride in 'inclusive' 1916 commemoration rings hollow: The Irish Times
Dennis Kennedy

Gerry Adams tweet about his missing scarf is scaring a lot of people: Newstalk.com
Jack Quann

Gerry Adams coming to Maspeth on Nov. 12: Queens Chronicle
Christopher Barca

Council to fully fund Irish language officer as Foras na Gaeilge pulls plug on support scheme (Nov 2): Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Why Ashers case makes humane and sane debate about same-sex marriage less, not more, likely (Nov 2): Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Gay cake case – Why the Ashers bakery ruling was correct (Nov 2): The Irish Times
Terry Sanderson

Complaint over Paul Williams calling some Sinn Féin voters "drug dealers" and "killers" on Late Late dismissed (Oct 27): TheJournal.ie
Cianan Brennan

Poppy not political symbol, says ex-PoW, as 200,000 urge U-turn on football ban (Nov 3): The Herald

'Poppy shaming' has become a new sport for tweeters who treat the symbol like a patriotism contest (Nov 6): Sunday Herald
Angela Haggerty

FIFA's poppy guidelines are fair: Irish News
Editorial

Brexit fallout could hit Irish jobs and finances for decade: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

EU made Irish vote again, they'd better not try it in UK – Farage: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Hague warns of Gibraltar threat in Brexit talks (Nov 2): Financial Times
George Parker and Jim Pickard

Can peace in Northern Ireland be model for Colombia?: Irish News
Brandon Hamber

How the Irish brought a peace deal to Colombia (Nov 2): Politico.eu
Peter Geoghegan

Sunday, November 6

Arlene Foster accused of treating Brexit forum with 'disdain': BBC

Brexit – Mark Durkan says SDLP MPs will vote against Brexit in Westminster: BBC

Some investments you will win, others you will lose – and Arlene Foster knows it (Nov 1): Irish News
Gary McDonald

Sinn Féin doesn't give out mixed signals, so are they testing the waters for a policy shift in taking Westminster seats?: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

We must step up and become the best friend Britain has in Europe: Sunday Independent
Willie Kealy

Assistant Chief Constable Will Kerr offered NCA role (Nov 2): BBC
Vincent Kearney

Alliance calls for 'equality' over Belfast high sheriff post (Nov 2): The News Letter

Separate but equal is order of the day for the well-heeled: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP stalwart claims Irish News 'tried to scupper' party fundraiser (Nov 4): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

The 'anonymous cowards' behind far-right Ulster Awake leaflets being distributed around Lisburn are condemned by Alliance Party: Belfast Telegraph

The shadow of the gunman (Nov 5): The Irish Times
Editorial

Enniskillen bomb victims still striving for justice – Elliott (Nov 2): The News Letter

Former hunger striker opens TD's Cork office: Cork Evening Echo

Notorious provo couple clean up on black market with rise in illegal cigarettes: Sunday World
Alan Sherry

Time we brought innocent victims of murderous IRA in from the cold: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

The US Threatens Irish Neutrality: CounterPunch
Conn Hallinan

NI and Colombia to share peace-building expertise (Nov 3): ITV

Colombia's President Juan Manuel Santos recalls IRA bomb while student in London: BBC

How Northern Ireland peace process has helped Colombia's economy (Nov 3): Belfast Telegraph
Felipe Jaramillo

Cross-Border Trekking – An Irishman's Diary about 'Star Trek' and Ireland (Nov 2): The Irish Times
Frank McNally

Consensus possible over symbols (Oct 28): Irish News
Editorial

Poppy's symbolism is under threat (Nov 4): The Scotsman
Joyce McMillan

Don't be fooled by the High Court ruling, Brexit will still happen for two reasons – Theresa and May (Nov 3): The Independent
Andrew Grice

Why I will not allow the British people's vote for Brexit to be sabotaged: Sunday Telegraph
Theresa May

Irony heaped on darkening farce – Court rules against May's plan (Nov 5): Irish Examiner
Editorial

Saturday, November 5

McGuinness refuses to rule out SF taking Westminster seats to vote against Brexit: Irish Independent
Arj Singh

Brexit – DUP, Sinn Féin Split widens as court ruling risks creating havoc with UK plans for European Union exit: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Gerry Adams – Irish government has 'obligation' to north over Brexit: Irish News

Calls for North to be made a 'special case' by EU after Brexit: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Checkpoints expected to be 'inevitable' post-Brexit: Fermanagh Herald
Roisin Henderson

Irish Army and Gardai refuse to rule out possibility of 'manned' border checkpoints in wake of Brexit: Derry Now

'Political unanimity will get best Brexit deal for NI' – DUP: ITV

Louth TD appointed chair of North-South Brexit working group: Dundalk Argus

Unionist and SF MPs help PM stave off election: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

The Remain view – All democrats will welcome verdict as a sensible one: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Brexit vote denies North's freedom to choose: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

'Ireland should LEAVE EU before it's TOO LATE' Anger as Dublin faces HUGE membership bill: Daily Express
Joey Millar

Theresa May found guilty of GBH on democracy: Irish News
Tom Collins

State in position to benefit from Brexit folly, says AIB chairman: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Court's Brexit ruling is good news for us: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Unionist MPs will now play key role in implementing Brexit: The News Letter
Editorial

Sectarianism still alive and well in middle-class, insists unionist Danny Kennedy: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Robinson raps Irish government over GFA watchdog: The News Letter

Northern Ireland Executive pressed over spin doctor David Gordon appointment: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP Economy Minister Simon Hamilton won't name those who got cash in green grants scandal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Loyalist Harbinson fails in new bid to be released: ITV

Gilmour – collapse of 1984 trial against the Derry 35: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

The son Raymond Gilmour hadn't seen for 33 years tells of his relief at death of the supergrass: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Ballymurphy – Inquest into deaths of 10 people to begin later this month: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Anniversary sparks plea for disappeared: Mid Ulster Mail

Pupils from same Belfast school ... one joined UVF, one INLA: The News Letter

Rubbing London out of Derry road signs paints a bad image, says DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Former First Citizen slams council's decision to splash out on 'mayoral jewels': The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Church census likely to show again great need to turn tide of disillusion: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Gay man Eoin Griffin hits out at Arlene Foster's gay marriage pledge: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Martin McGuinness heads for US to meet potential investors: Belfast Telegraph

Stormont was right to try save the crucial New York air route: The News Letter
Editorial

Fifa taking action over 1916 commemorative jersey: Irish Examiner
Joe Leogue

Poppy row – IFA urged to defy Fifa ban as FAI face sanctions: The News Letter

Royal British Legion urges Fifa rethink over poppy ban stance: BBC

The poppy has become a symbol of racism – I will never wear one again: The Independent
Robert Fisk

'Sinn Féin committed to seeing marriage equality across Ireland' – Fearon: Newry Times

Enniskillen victim – Colombia must deal with legacy issues: The News Letter

Friday, November 4

Alarm that Brexit path is worsening for Ireland: Irish Examiner
Eamon Quinn

No cooling of relationship with Arlene Foster, says Taoiseach: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Taoiseach Enda Kenny – Brexit negotiations are key for Northern Ireland's future: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

O'Dowd responds to Foster claim: Portadown Times

Brexit ruling – Sinn Féin told to end Westminster boycott: The News Letter

Sinn Féin rule out any change to abstentionist policy to vote on Brexit: Irish News
Allison Morris

Brexit – We will unapologetically vote against any proposal to leave EU, says SDLP leader Colum Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – NI parties remain divided ahead of a potential vote in UK Parliament: BBC

Our two MPs will vote to trigger Article 50, says pro-remain UUP: Belfast Telegraph

McGuinness 'no faith in Parliament' on Brexit vote: ITV

Brexit ruling – Blockers 'need to respect referendum': The News Letter

The onus is on all of us to recognise the reality of Brexit and work together: Belfast Telegraph
Enda Kenny

Foster's talks snub a 'missed opportunity': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

British 'don't know what they're doing' – jobs minister: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Brexit an opportunity for dissidents to end campaign of violence: Irish News
Denis Bradley

We should be glad Kenny is willing to get involved in Brexit talks: Irish Examiner
Alison O'Connor

Belfast fracture and failure to make common cause with Dublin a big risk: Irish Independent
John Downing

The arrogant elite will use this ruling to try to prevent Brexit: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Brexit ruling unlikely to halt the inevitable: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit will still happen but not on Theresa May's terms: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Brexit Forum an abject waste of time by Kenny: Irish Independent
Editorial

Protestants have renewed faith in police – survey: The News Letter

Former justice minister David Ford accused over controversial prisoner strip-searches: Belfast Telegraph

David Ford defends stance on Maghaberry republicans: The News Letter

Ex-justice minister failed to stop prison strip searches as he was 'beholden to DUP': Irish News
Brian Hutton

Winston 'Winkie' Rea ordered to attend court for decision on prosecution over murdered Catholic workmen: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

'Paramilitary stranglehold must be broken': Carrick Times

Call to suspend Charter NI's funding as Dee Stitt row rumbles on: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Joe Reilly murder – Police appeal over cyclist to contact detectives: Belfast Telegraph

Eight bound over for defying Parades Commission ruling: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Marching band grants given to every group that filled out forms: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Deal on legacy issues crucial or we're in big trouble – PSNI chief: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Police chief's legacy warning backed by Donaldson: The News Letter

Legacy inquests – Families launch legal bid over funding: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Justice Minister hits back at Fermanagh-based victims' campaigner – Claire Sugden says she will not abandon 'neutral' stance: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Police Ombudsman to probe RUC's investigation of La Mon atrocity: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

New documents show security services knew McGurk's Bar bomb planted at door: Irish News
Connla Young

Police examining Provo turned lawyer Kieran Conway claims over IRA operations involvement: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Police must pursue case despite IRA gunrunner's death – Jim Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Self-confessed IRA bomber claims PSNI have 'no evidence' to extradite him: The News Letter

How Northern Ireland finally got a US president to care: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Ray O'Hanlon

Trips over Border jump 30pc since Brexit vote: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Waiting game for Northern Ireland over poppy armbands: The News Letter

Poppy ban for football teams insulting to British fans, says Damian Collins: The Herald

FIFA to probe Ireland's Easter Rising commemorative shirt after being accused of double standards in poppy row: Daily Mirror
James Whaling

Thursday, November 3

Northern Ireland's police boss urges progress on Troubles legacy issues: Belfast Telegraph

Arlene Foster is entirely right to stall on legacy inquests: The News Letter
Editorial

Brexit may not mean Brexit for the North – McGuinness: Irish Independent
Michael Cogley

Party leaders call for special status for Northern Ireland at Brexit talks: ITV

Brexit could be 'vicious' and May may trigger it next month – Taoiseach: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Priority for NI following Brexit is to remain in single market – Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph
Cormac McQuinn

DUP 'right not to take part in Brexit moan in': ITV

I've seen the 'soft border' and it'll hurt the North West – Johnny Kelly: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Sinn Féin 'Brexit' motion at council voted down by unionists: Lurgan Mail

Irish PM warns Brexit talks between UK and EU could turn vicious: The Guardian
Henry McDonald and Jessica Elgot

Dublin Brexit talks a 'gurning session' says Sammy Wilson: The News Letter
Niall Deeney and Brian Hutton

Brexit: In theory it's good to talk – and this is a listening class: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Unionists not kneaded at Great Brexit Speak-Off: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

There are major difficulties marrying the philosophies of the UUP and SDLP: The News Letter
Owen Polley

Defector 'made right decision' to rejoin DUP: Fermanagh Herald
Lauren Harte

Audio shows new DUP man likened Gregory Campbell to 'a complete robot': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Féin says intimidation points 'being abused' to secure housing: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Peter Weir praises Orange Order school work: Belfast Telegraph
Ann W Schmidt

Arrest in Carrick loyalist paramilitary activity probe: ITV

Loyalism is not merely about ceasefire soldiers hellbent on reliving past: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Man arrested in loyalist paramilitary activity probe: Belfast Telegraph

Bangor Protestant Boys flute band members fined for breaching St Patrick's music ban: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Jamie Bryson hits out at band's St Patrick's Church prosecutions: Irish News

Charter NI 'dealing with matter internally' as MP claims UDA boss Dee Stitt steps aside: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Charter NI backs its man but controversy won't go away: Irish News
Allison Morris

Under pressure Charter NI chief Dee Stitt 'going clean' with new firm NI Centurion: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Charter NI funding 'must be suspended' in wake of Dee Stitt's remarks: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Partner of republican accuses MI5 of lodging £300 in bank account: Irish News
Connla Young

Paramilitary threats leave 433 homeless: The News Letter

IRSP warn police 'playing with fire' after series of house raids on members: Irish News
Connla Young

Arlene Foster phones husband of La Mon victim to apologise for DUP conference song stunt: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Found dead – Millionaire stockbroker turned IRA gunrunner Mike Logan who agreed to give evidence against top Provo: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Disappeared searches in France 'in coming weeks': ITV

Disappeared family 'just one call' from finding brother's remains: The News Letter

'Disappeared' man's brother says he can't rest until body found: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Raymond Gilmour's death like a knife in my heart, but the family have all agreed – we won't be going to his funeral: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

McGurk's families 'uncover further evidence': ITV

Prime Minister Theresa May says Fifa's poppy stance 'utterly outrageous': BBC

England and Scotland players to wear poppy armbands in defiance of Fifa: Belfast Telegraph

Football poppy row – Fifa accused of double standards: The News Letter

FIFA ban ignites the poppy debate but no one should be forced to wear one or be ridiculed for defying expectation: Irish Post
Jamie Casey

Arlene Foster – DUP leader says sorry after 'on fire' song offence: BBC

Wednesday, November 2

'Hard Brexit' would be unworkable for Ireland, country's foreign minister warns Theresa May: Daily Telegraph
Peter Foster

North and South politicians to discuss Brexit: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Charlie Flanagan – Brexit forum likely to be first of many: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Post-Brexit border rules key ahead of all-island meeting: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Arlene Foster has a 'duty' to attend Brexit forum – Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Border communities group to attend All Island Civic Dialogue on Brexit: Derry Journal

Brexit – Divided we fall, say Donegal businesses: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Foreign investors not rushing to Northern Ireland post-Brexit: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Brexit vote – Should it have come as such a shock?: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Ireland needs to act now to stop huge UK barriers arising from Brexit: Irish Independent
John Bruton

Poor performance by Arlene Foster at DUP conference: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Husband of La Mon firebombing survivor outraged by 'insensitive' song at DUP conference: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Invest NI briefed First Minister Arlene Foster while on her solo US business trip: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Weir praises Orange Order over outreach work: The News Letter

Intimidation by paramilitaries leaves more than 400 people homeless in year: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Derry republican's wife allegedly assaulted by prison officer: Derry Journal

David Black remembered on fourth anniversary of his murder: Tyrone Times
Shauna Corr

Agent campaigns for fellow supergrass Raymond Gilmour funeral costs: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Coroner in England still investigating death of IRA informer Raymond Gilmour: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Why Raymond Gilmour's violent life and pitiful death are but a microcosm of our murky past: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Provo turned lawyer must be probed over claims, says Hussey: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Stormont 'Silent Walk' to remember the Disappeared: The News Letter

Family of Disappeared Troubles victim from 1978 'cannot rest' until he is found: Belfast Telegraph

'Cement' the peace with jobs, Mairtin O Muilleoir urges the US: Belfast Telegraph

My gay marriage bill will have safeguards (Oct 31): The News Letter
Naomi Long

If I disagreed with Presbyterian Church teaching on marriage, I'd stand down as a minister, says Rev Brian Kennaway: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Kennaway

No regrets over Poppy comments: Derry Journal

Call for poppies at Windsor Park – if NI team united on issue: The News Letter

IFA awaits Fifa decision on poppies for Remembrance Day match: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Fury as Fifa ban Scotland and England stars from wearing poppies during Wembley clash: Scottish Daily Record

Wearing a poppy is only meaningful if it's voluntary: The Guardian
Michael Hann

Councillors to face protest in push for Israel boycott: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Tuesday, November 1

Irish border to top agenda at Brexit summit: News.Sky.com
David Blevins

'Miles ahead' Republic has no need to 'poach' potential investors from the north: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Brexit has implications for whole of Ireland: Irish News
Martin McGuinness

Ulster Unionists hit by third defection to DUP in just a week: Belfast Telegraph

UUP 'defector' blames Nesbitt's new policies: Ballymoney Times

DUP conference – Party enters genuine post-Paisley era under Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

NI's first lady on crest of wave as good times roll on for Arlene: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Arlene Foster is still in a political honeymoon and should spend the time wisely: The News Letter
Alex Kane

McCrea rounds on Sinn Féin over removal of Union flag: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Foster may have averted the next flag protest before it even began: The News Letter
David McKittrick

Alliance and UUP hit back at First Minister's accusations: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Foster – Eastwood and Nesbitt are pedalling junk like Steptoe and Son: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

More than two-thirds of people in the Republic would vote for united Ireland: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Republican flute band was rejected three times for funding before receiving cash: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Sinn Féin councillor Stephen Magennis dismisses leaflet claims: Irish News
Allison Morris

Dissident has pistol charges dropped over warrant issue: Herald.ie
Ken Foy

Mystery businessman offers bail surety for republican to go to son's christening: Lurgan Mail

Omagh bomb lawyer ridicules Jack Straw: The News Letter

News of supergrass Raymond Gilmour's passing made my day – Sinn Féin councillor Jim McVeigh: Belfast Telegraph

IRA supergrass Gilmour's name 'unlikely on headstone': BBC

Informer Gilmour's death made my day, says SF councillor: The News Letter

Campaigner Frazer offers help with burial costs to avoid a pauper's funeral: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Allister – 'Dublin lawyer's IRA killing claims must be investigated': The News Letter

An Irishman's Diary: 'No Pope Here!' – A protest march in Armagh in 1968: The Irish Times
John Horgan

'Northern Ireland' change to Irish driving licence branded 'ridiculous' by Dublin TD: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Churches won't be forced to comply: The News Letter
Jeffrey Dudgeon

Wed a joke Arlene Foster is over equal marriage: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Arlene Foster needs to present more than fantasy: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Jim Allister – Retrospective gay pardons may be illegal in Northern Ireland: The News Letter

Irish language groups (and broadcasters) aren't happy with Heather Humphreys: TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

Sir Tom Devine – Brexit will never happen: The Herald
Kate Devlin

House of Lords committee to discuss the future of extradition following Brexit: Irish News
Allison Morris

Survey – Scots 'want to scrap SNP football sectarianism laws': Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson



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