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Thursday, November 15

Draft Brexit deal prevents a hard Border in Ireland: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Irish PM heralds 'pretty good' day as he secures Brexit guarantee: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

'EU has given UK a punishment beating' – Sammy Wilson says PM would not survive Commons vote loss: Belfast Telegraph

Foster accuses Irish Government of being Brexit aggressor: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brexit deal – There must be no ambiguity over Northern Ireland's position, says UUP chief Swann: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle Devane

Northern Ireland parties turn on DUP after 'flawed' Brexit plan is pushed through: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Tánaiste – Brexit negotiations a success but Mrs May will now need to be 'tough, persuasive and resilient' if deal is to survive: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Proposed Brexit deal will be put to Dáil vote – Taoiseach: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and John Downing

Irish opposition leader 'dismayed' by DUP response to Brexit proposal: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Dublin-unionism relations at lowest ebb for 20 years, says Martin: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Civil servants told to stop including DUP in Brexit emails as partnership with Conservatives crumbles: Belfast Telegraph
Joe Watts

'Ministers held their breath as UK went into deal meltdown': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

'I cannot support this agreement' – Commons backlash begins as Northern Ireland minister quits: Irish Independent

DUP perceives Brexit deal as threat to the union – before seeing text: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Border 'a ficticious problem' Dutch expert tells MPs: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Brexit deal commits UK to indefinite stay in customs union: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

The country must now look to Parliament to solve this Brexit mess: Belfast Telegraph
Dennis Kennedy

In the current situation unlikely hero Theresa May is our best hope: Irish News
John Manley

Britain faces chaos if it rejects 'only deal on table', says Coveney: The Irish Times
Brian Hutton

'Theresa May now faces biggest test yet in getting 'her deal' pushed through: Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit deal – Honeyed words, fudge and ambiguity make for a recipe sure to be hard for DUP to digest: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

No-deal exit would hit growth in Ireland more than any other country, warns IMF: Irish Independent
David Chance

How the Brexit withdrawal deal would limit damage to Ireland: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

'Deal is a dog's dinner – but it's the best thing on the menu': Irish Independent
Peter Foster

British people voted to reject the Brussels vision of a new United States of Europe: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

No wonder unionists are nervous about backstop – they remember the Anglo Irish Agreement: The News Letter
Feargal Cochrane

Why prospect of Brexit backstop could mean the best of both worlds here: Belfast Telegraph
Jane Morrice

Editorials

Micheal Martin says risk of SDLP split a consideration in merger talks: Belfast Telegraph

Michéal Martin hopes to conclude Fianna Fáil/SDLP merger talks 'soon': Irish News
John Manley

Man shot in legs in "vicious and brutal" paramilitary attack: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Paisley recalls unionist fury on anniversary of Anglo Irish Agreement: Irish News
Allison Morris

Inquest hears how death of mother-of-eight during Ballymurphy massacre 'destroyed' her family: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Veteran who urged ex-soldiers to boycott Ballymurphy process may face action: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

McGurk's Bar relative claims RUC worked 'hand in glove' with UVF and UVF to protect the killers: Irish News
Connla Young

O'Loan's fury as Welsh offer Northern Ireland women free abortions despite public's opposition in survey: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – Scottish Tory warns of 'sleepwalking into break-up of Union': The News Letter
Duncan Elder

SNP to vote against Brexit deal as Sturgeon demands same status as Northern Ireland: The Scotsman
Hillary Duncanson

Wednesday, November 14

Taoiseach welcomes breakthrough in Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

DUP MP – No-one has compromised Government's Brexit position more than itself: The News Letter

Brexit – Mixed political reaction to Brexit text: BBC

Arlene Foster says DUP will 'oppose deal which weakens Union' as text on how to manage Irish border 'agreed': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Many wouldn't stand for this! DUP could vote down 'unacceptable' deal over Irish border: Daily Express
Tom Nellist

White flags have gone up: Brexit deal a betrayal of the union and handing Dublin power over Northern Ireland – Johnson and Rees-Mogg slam draft text: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin 'won't take up seats to help push through Brexit deal': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Bertie Ahern – Government must back May to 'avoid chaos': The Irish Times
Aine McMahon

Brexit – Theresa May set to be forced to reveal secret legal advice behind Irish border backstop plan: The Independent
Rob Merrick

Brexit – 'No-deal scenario worse for NI than backstop': BBC
John Campbell

'Numbers simply don't add up to get deal through UK parliament': Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit breakthrough – UK handcuffed to EU with Brussels holding the keys and Northern Ireland dependent on Dublin, says DUP's Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Varadkar treads fine line between overreach and triumph on Brexit deal: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

May made a mistake framing backstop in constitutional terms: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Farry

The DUP's overreaching on Brexit could lead to a united Ireland: The Guardian
Dawn Foster

There's no need for an Irish hard border – it's just a barrier put up by scaremongers: The Sun
Kate Hoey

Here's what Theresa May has just agreed on Northern Ireland. And no, the DUP won't like it: The Spectator
Robert Peston

Britain is forfeiting its place in the world: The Times
Eamon Delaney

Brexit poll results are food for thought: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Are you being served? NIO tight-lipped on Secretary of State's time in Northern Ireland: TheDetail.tv
Maresa Fagan

Bertie Ahern says Good Friday Agreement can help safeguard Anglo-Irish relations: Irish News

DUP's Gavin Robinson complains of breach of Good Friday Agreement – which party opposed: Irish News

Mary Lou McDonald defends missing Presidential inauguration for €400-a-plate New York fundraiser: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Lisburn flags issue hoped to be resolved amid ongoing meetings: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Daubing of INLA graffiti on Derry mural promoting education slammed: Derry Journal

PSNI arrest over 'vicious paramilitary-style attack' in Turf Lodge: Belfast Live
Sheena McStravick

Gripping ebbs and flows of Belfast IRA: Belfast Media
Michael Jackson

'Whether you agree with wearing a poppy or not, it's only right that we honour a generation of young Irishmen killed in foreign fields': Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Ballymurphy inquest – Claims UVF sniper fired at civilians: BBC
Will Leitch

Ex-soldiers snub inquest into Ballymurphy killings: The Times
Cate McCurry

Cross-party delegation of Senators offer support for Ballymurphy families: The News Letter
Cate McCurry

Police accused of creating false McGurk's Bar IRA claim: Irish News
Connla Young

'Narrative that hasn't been heard': Irish Echo
Peter McDermott

Council to host Irish and Ulster-Scots events (Nov 7): Derry Journal

'A concise and topical guide to the Irish Border for bewildered Brits': The Irish Times
Ivan Gibbons

NI prepare to face Republic in Dublin friendly: ITV

James McClean will play against Northern Ireland despite fear of abuse: Daily Telegraph
Luke Edwards

Draft Brexit deal 'must be shared' with Scottish ministers: BBC

Tuesday, November 13

62% in North believe Brexit makes united Ireland a more likely prospect: Irish Examiner

Pro-Remain parties urging EU to stay firm on Ireland border 'backstop': Belfast Telegraph
David Hughes

I won't agree a Brexit deal that compromises referendum result, says May: Belfast Telegraph

Simon Coveney praises EU 'solidarity' as Theresa May faces more Tory revolt – how Brexit unfolded today: TheJournal.ie
Stephen McDermott

Brexit: Theresa May on 'kamikaze run' with her plans, says Sammy Wilson: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Gordon Brown says Brexit 'power grab' is a risk to the Union: The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

Sinn Féin could influence Brexit outcome... if they took their seats instead of engaging in stunt politics: DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Senior republican figure Bobby Storey under threat from 'criminal elements': Belfast Telegraph

Police attacked after Remembrance Sunday church-goers pelted with fireworks: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin and IRSP to share unity vote platform: Irish News
Connla Young

Maguire family speak of lasting trauma of wrongful Guildford arrests: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ballymurphy inquest: Soldiers called to give evidence: BBC
Will Leitch

'Unjustified and indiscriminate use of force' caused Ballymurphy Massacre, court hears: Irish Independent
Cate McCurry

Birmingham bomb campaigner: 'I chose not to have children because of Maxine. The thought of losing a child... I'm not strong enough for that': Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

John Downey among attendance at 10th anniversary ceremony in south Donegal: Donegal Democrat
Matt Britton

Trump expected to visit Ireland before he launches his bid for a second term: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

President Trump can deliver a real peace to Northern Ireland with just one move: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

'Use the bit of Irish that you have...that keeps the language alive': TheJournal.ie
Andrew Roberts

UVF killer sat on group which awarded £881,000 from Social Investment Fund to his own project: Irish News
Allison Morris

Belfast woman with Irish passport and US husband told she needs proof to live in UK: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Freya Drohan

Convicted rapist was member of UVF-linked government-funded justice group: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Restoration plan for Milltown Cemetery's republican plot: Irish News

New Zealand opens first Irish embassy in Dublin in preparation for Brexit: Irish Mirror
Aoife Moore

No EU deal could block all-island healthcare: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

If we are heading for an EU army what does that mean for Irish neutrality?: TheJournal.ie
Luke Ming Flanagan

Monday, November 12

Northern parties to emphasise importance of Brexit border backstop in London: Newstalk.com
Michael Staines

Irish politicians warned to steer clear of Brexit talk by not appearing in British media (Nov 11): Sunday Independent
Laura Larkin

I won't back Brexit deal if it risks Union warns DUP's Wilson: Belfast Telegraph

Hard-Brexiteers and DUP told to think twice before rejecting deal: The Irish Times
Pippa Crerar

Irish backstop threatens to destroy Union, warns lawyer: Daily Express
David Maddox

British ministers disagree on Brexit backstop exit: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Brexit – New referendum still an option, says Emily Thornberry: BBC

Ahern, Bruton believe another Brexit vote only way forward: RTE
Joe Mag Raollaigh

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald warns hard border "very foolish, very reckless": Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

'As the clock ticks down to unpredictable endgame, Brexit bluster looks likely to break rhetoric-o-meter': Irish Independent
John Downing

Alliance's Stephen Farry – Northern Ireland's Remain voice must be heard on Brexit: Irish News
Stephen Farry

Whether transition extension or backstop, Britain needs to embrace the consequences: The Times
Sam Lowe

Brexit shows that idiots and incompetents are in charge in the UK: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

'Brexit negotiations require cool heads' (Nov 11): Sunday Independent
Editorial

Patching Up: The Times
Editorial

DUP losing trust in Theresa May: Irish News
Editorial

SDLP MLA Claire Hanna slams Jeremy Corbyn over 'crushing failure of leadership' on Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

Why, until the dysfunction in both branches of government is sorted out, there's no point in bringing back the Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Remembrance must transcend tribalism: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

PSNI and gardai join forces to take on border crime gangs: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

The Irish Times view on cross-border crime – facing the Brexit threat: The Irish Times
Editorial

Britain's Army boss says witch-hunt of Troubles veterans 'could paralyse our forces in future operations': The Sun
Steve Hawkes

'Decades of deceit' – Ballymurphy killings inquest opens in Belfast: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

Neighbours star 'Madge Bishop' voices support for Ballymurphy Massacre families at Melbourne rally: Irish News
John Monaghan

Dublin and Monaghan bombings 'airbrushed' from school books: The Irish Times
Brian Hutton

Secret plan to use chemical weapon gun during Northern Ireland Troubles (Nov 6): The Sunday Life
Christopher Woodhouse

One night in Windsor Park – 25 years on...: RTE
Anthony Pyne

Sinn Féin can't have it both ways on past (Nov 7): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Presidential candidate admits rioting in Derry as a youth (Nov 9): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

'Tsunami of vulnerable people' worried over impact of Brexit: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

DUP leader and Dublin minister both mark WWI carnage: The News Letter

Catholic Archbishop tells Belfast memorial of shared 'responsibility to heal': The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Armistice centenary – Show of solidarity at Belfast cenotaph: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Bishop calls for single united monument as he honours five Corkmen killed on war's last day: Irish Examiner
Eoin English

I'll wear a poppy for First World War when the British wear an Easter Lily for 1916: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

'The poppy is a haunting symbol of Irish history too': Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Harris wants free abortions for women from Northern Ireland: The Times
Ellen Coyne

Neil Lennon is wrong to play religious card amid Tynsecastle coin storm (Nov 5): The Sunday Life
Julian Taylor

Sunday, November 11

'Confidence' is key to the DUP-Tory deal, says Nigel Dodds: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Theresa May's Brexit deal crashes as EU 'turns off life support': The Sunday Times
Caroline Wheeler

DUP's Donaldson demands May publish Brexit legal advice on Irish border backstop: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Elisha McCalllion – Report shows Irish unity will yield €23.5 billion while Brexit likely to spark €10 billion collapse (Nov 8): Derry Journal

'The intent is to handcuff the UK to the EU – with the EU holding the key': Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

Backstop is the absolute bottom line for the pro-Remain parties: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle O'Neill

Much of Brexit is so complex that it passes under the radar: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

What Theresa May is offering is unsellable in its present language even if the Prime Minister turns up on bended knee at the DUP conference offering another billion pounds: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

We owe it to lost generation to spend our lives working for perpetual peace: Belfast Telegraph
Simon Coveney

Brexit – Theresa May and Arlene Foster crash into each other's hard place: The Sunday Times
Jenny McCartney

'Dear Theresa, with Northern Ireland going down the tubes, we don't need a backstop, we need a back-step...': Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Chorus of gloom has only served to harden resolve of unionists (Nov 7): Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

We are heading towards a constitutional crisis on Brexit: The Spectator
Robert Preston

Foster-McGuinness joint letter from 2016 could provide basis for Brexit compromise between DUP and Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Mary Lou McDonald's political strategy is unravelling: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

I still aim to run for Fianna Fáil in Northern Ireland election, insists McAnespy: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

'Martin finally stamps his authority on rebels over foray to the North' (Nov 9): Irish Independent
John Downing

Alan McBride's letter to the leaders (Nov 5): Belfast Telegraph
Alan McBride

Police must be tough on terror, criminality and mob rule: The News Letter
Editorial

Ministry of Defence has sent more than 1,300 letters to ex-soldiers seeking information on deaths in Northern Ireland: Daily Mail
Ian Drury

Critics slam Northern Ireland 'WITCH-HUNT' of veterans – but families demand justice: Daily Express
Laura O'Callaghan

Controversy over arrests of Loughinisland journalists escalates: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

Ballistic tests on handgun link it to murder of Joe Mulhern during Troubles: The Sunday Times
John Mooney

John Downey among attendance at 10th anniversary ceremony in south Donegal: Donegal Democrat
Matt Britton

Rita Duffy – Northern Ireland lacks 'female voice in politics': BBC
Stephen Walker

Armistice Day – Victoria Cross winner who later joined IRA to be honoured: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

It's my privilege to lay wreath in Belfast and pay tribute to war dead of Ireland, says Coveney: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

GAA at peace with veterans: The Sunday Times
Michael Foley

Martin O'Neill says James McClean's poppy stance 'should be respected' (Nov 7): BBC

Attacks on solidarity shows WWI's bloody lessons are forgotten: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Armistice events a 'stark reminder' of co-operation's key role – Varadkar: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Facebook post by Catholic man from Northern Ireland on why he chose to join the British Army gets massive reaction: Belfast Telegraph
Stewart Robson

The best kept secret of the Irish Peace Process (Nov 1): Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

No deal Brexit could cost Irish tourism €390m (Nov 7): Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Pro-Remain NI leaders to meet with Labour, SNP and Plaid Cymru in 'crucial show of unity': The News Letter
Brendan McDaid

Union Jacks removed from Harris Tweed clothes as overseers hit back at lack of action criticism (Nov 7): The Herald
Martin Williams

Saturday, November 10

Brexit – DUP and UK government not on the same page: BBC
John Campbell

DUP will not support May's Irish Sea border backstop plan – Arlene Foster: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn and Denise Calnan

We share DUP Irish Sea border concern – Cabinet Secretary says backstop proposal unacceptable: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – Downing Street rejects DUP's 'betrayal' claims: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

May 'knew Brexit risked causing border dispute': The Times
Niamh Lyons

PM 'must listen to other NI voices, not just DUP': ITV

May's Brexit promise cannot be a watertight guarantee: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

How Theresa May REALLY plans to solve the Irish border issue and deliver Brexit: Daily Express
Freddie Jordan

Nobody wants no deal, but that won't stop it: The Times
Eoin O'Malley

'A whirlwind Brexit week dumped us all right back where we started': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Brexit's procession leaves everyone hopping mad: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

As former Northern Ireland secretary I support the Irish backstop: The Guardian
Peter Hain

'Expect the unexpected in Brexit final furlong as we pin all our hopes on trusty EU steed: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Brexit or not, Northern Ireland is a tinderbox: The Times
Alex Kane

Paramilitaries still cast shadows over lives of young people in Northern Ireland: The Conversation
Siobhan McAlister, Clare Dwyer and Nicola Carr

The Brexit stalemate dates back to last December's backstop: The News Letter
Editorial

'DUP have sway over Tories on Brexit? Now is time to prove it': The News Letter

Lack of Northern Ireland representation 'unfortunate', says Varadkar after British Irish meeting: Belfast Telegraph

Politically, NI is a sick patient – let voters choose treatments: The News Letter
Jim Dornan

Unity is in sight, Sinn Féin leader tells American crowd: The Times
Niamh Lyons

Revealed – Sinn Féin continued to use deputy First Minister office despite walking away from Stormont: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin must end abstentionism, says veteran Cushnahan (Nov 7): Belfast Telegraph
Gilllian Halliday

Sinn Féin nominate representatives to policing board with meetings to resume next month: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

PSNI refute claims about 'internment': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Threat issued against Sinn Féin MLA Pat Sheehan – 'I won't be deterred': Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Positions of ombudsman and police chief on journalists arrests 'incompatible' – SF: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Charles, the peace process and putting aside Mountbatten grief: Belfast Telegraph

World Peace Prize presented in Illinois: Irish Echo

It's sad that sacred acts of remembering the dead are being used in a new battle: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Armistice centenary – Why Northern Ireland's culture divide is still an obstacle to remembering the past: Irish Examiner
William JV Neill

James McClean offers qualified apology for "cavemen" comments: The Irish Times

Wearing poppy must be a choice, not edict: The Times
David Davin-Power

Declan Rice – Choosing between England and Republic of Ireland not easy: BBC

Belfast woman with Irish passport and US husband told she needs proof to live in UK: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Freya Drohan

Welsh government announces free abortions for women from Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Scottish unionists cannot accept an Irish Sea border or let Brexit divide our nation, says Tory MP: The News Letter
Ross Thomson

Lacking a sea, the Scots can't afford to indulge England: The Times
Caroline O'Donoghue

Nicola Sturgeon pays tribute to 'great dignity' of Neil Lennon after attack: The Herald
Alistair Grant

Billy Connolly backs Neil Lennon and says sectarianism is holding Scotland back: Scottish Daily Record
Stuart Macdonald

Billy Connolly is right about Scottish sectarianism – leader comment: The Scotsman
Editorial

Can N. Ireland, Colombia help resolve Israeli-Palestinian conflict?: Jerusalem Post
Yonah Jeremy Bob

Friday, November 9

Leaked DUP letter suggests Theresa May is set to back a Brexit border in the Irish Sea: Irish Mirror
Ben Glaze

No Deal Brexit could break up the UK, Theresa May's DUP allies warn: The Sun
Natasha Clark

'All-UK' customs union a problem for some EU members, Taoiseach says: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Brussels will use the Irish border issue to tie UK into a permanent post-Brexit customs union: The Sun
Nick Gutteridge

Irish deputy PM urges caution over 'imminent Brexit deal' speculation: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Don't abandon us in Brexit talks, Northern priests urge Varadkar: Irish Catholic
Greg Daly

Tory Brexiters planning to reject deal even with backstop exit clause: The Guardian
Heather Stewart and Daniel Boffey

Brexit to dominate the agenda at the British Irish Council: The Irish Times

London and Dublin cautious on prospect of Brexit accord: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton and Simon Carswell

Brexit – The view from the border: RTE

DUP MPs are unhappy with Theresa May's Brexit deal. But they aren't the only ones: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Varadkar letter purported to be signed by 'civic nationalists', but SF's fingerprints were all over it: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

History will judge UK ministers harshly for the Irish backstop: The Spectator
Martin Vander Weyer

Prime Minister stuck between rock and a hard place... this will not end well: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Reality is crushing Brexiteers' fantasies of English importance: Irish Examiner
Michael Burleigh

Éamon O Cuív sacked from Fianna Fáil front bench over Northern Ireland 'election unveiling': Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

SDLP deserves a better political legacy than simply fading away ... realignment with Fianna Fáil is one possible solution: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

Larne trouble 'orchestrated under badge of UDA' says PSNI: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Unionists – community will not accept UDA mob rule: The News Letter

Convicted murderers linked to bloody west Belfast feud: Irish News

Two men arrested over KKK display in Co Down: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Man wanted over IRA bombing deaths is granted bail in Dublin: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

Head of Britain's Armed Forces who served in Northern Ireland says he feels 'uncomfortable' at prospect of facing probe over killings during The Troubles: Daily Mail
Claire Ellicott

Troubles soldiers sent 1,300 letters sparking fresh claims of 'witch-hunt': Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte and Adrian Rutherford

We owe it to ex-soldiers to stand by them now: Belfast Telegraph
Andy Allen

John Brady inquest postponed for third time: Irish News
Connla Young

Tributes to campaigner Godfrey Wilson who lost daughter at Omagh bombing: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

A most interesting time to be in America: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

Stormont speaker among those to declare conflict of interest: Irish News
Allison Morris

DUP defends Stormont fund criticised by NI audit office: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Sinn Féin and DUP continue to defend SIF scheme despite Audit Office report: Irish News
Allison Morris

SF snub of Armistice Day 'a backward step': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Catholic Primate to preach at Armistice service for first time: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

'The poppy is a divisive symbol in Ireland but we can still honour the fallen – from all backgrounds': Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

The Irish settlement – An often ignored legacy of World War I: Irish Examiner
Marie Coleman

'In times of division, we must remember mistakes of past': Irish Independent
Editorial

Ex-Sinn Féin colleagues clash over 'misogynistic' amendment to abortion legislation: TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

Ex-IRA gun-runner Martin Ferris in charge of Sinn Féin inquest over disastrous presidential campaign after Liadh Ni Riada's poor polling: Irish Sun
Kieran Dineen

Abusive packages sent to James McClean over Poppy decision: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

DUP slams abuse of 'no poppy' player: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

'McClean deserves support in conscientious stance on poppy': Irish Independent
Don Mullan

Remembering the forgotten Catholic men who fought and died in the First World War: Scottish Catholic Observer
Robert Corrins

Thursday, November 8

Barnier's FINAL WARNING – May MUST make Irish border offer to conclude Brexit by Christmas: Daily Express
Joe Barnes

Varadkar says Irish stance on backstop will not soften despite problems facing May: RTE
Tony Connelly

Leo Varadkar gives UK December deadline to solve Brexit crisis: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Taoiseach under fire for 'green jersey' demands in Brexit talks: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and John Downing

Commission intensifies preparations for no-deal Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Wilson – Irish reunification report 'no more compelling than Grimm's Fairy Tales': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Sinn Féin's Chris Hazzard brands Irish Justice Minister 'unionist' in unity row: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Dissident republicans will 'undoubtedly' try to exploit hard border, says Harris: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Police chiefs pledge continued border co-operation whatever Brexit brings: The News Letter
David Young

Brexit could lead to border violence again, bishop says: Irish Catholic

Hard Brexit could cost island of Ireland €42.5 billion over seven years: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Support for Ireland is promised – but it's not top of everyone's agenda': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Sinn Féin and DUP put party before people on Brexit: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Irish leader's fear of post-Brexit violence in Northern Ireland exaggerated: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Dan Haverty

'If we don't impose Border checks after no-deal Brexit, it will undermine our place in the EU's single market': Irish Independent
Dan O'Brien

Varadkar letter purported to be signed by 'civic nationalists', but SF's fingerprints were all over it: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

'Giving ground on backstop is a flawed, backward step': Irish Independent
Editorial

IRA Army Council does not exist as it is no longer needed – Murray: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Stormont fund for NI disadvantaged areas 'did not operate transparently': ITV

Fianna Fáil senator Mark Daly sacked over election launch: BBC

Éamon Ó Cuív escapes demotion after Mark Daly sanctioned: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

John Downey – Double UDR murder suspect lodges bail papers: BBC

Arlene Foster blasts Sinn Féin's 'hysterical' response to John Downey's arrest: Belfast Telegraph

Family of soldier killed by IRA bomb welcome suspect's arrest: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Why were two journalists investigating Loughinisland arrested?: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

'Stop harassing people who don't wear the poppy' – Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald: Irish Post
Aidan Lonergan

Unionists slam Sinn Féin Remembrance Day snub: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black and Allan Preston

First World War centenary – Why Ireland remains divided over the poppy: News.Sky.com
Stephen Murphy

'I don't need a poppy to think of my grandad': Irish Independent
Liz Kearney

Irish compromise – Poppy symbolism: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Irish American issues retain key backers on Capitol Hill: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

No deal Brexit could leave North's economy 'in tatters', says transport association: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Policing report 'a national priority': Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Ray Houghton says James McClean in 'no-win situation' over poppy stance (Nov 6): Irish Mirror
Robert Hynes

81 years on – It's time for a secular Constitution (Nov 7): Irish Examiner
TP O'Mahony

Wednesday, November 7

Deal on Irish border not close, says Michel Barnier: Irish Examiner

DUP MP – We are heading for no-deal Brexit: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Tánaiste claims no deal Brexit scenario is unlikely: RTE
Mícheál Lehane

Hopes for Brexit deal grow with 'major step' on Irish border issue: The Guardian
Pippa Crerar, Heather Stewart and Lisa O'Carroll

Wilson – the Irish cannot be given veto over border backstop plan: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

The great Brexit Border backtrack: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Dáil row – Brexit review clause may be to Ireland's advantage, says Taoiseach: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Ireland divided – Varadkar under fire for Brexit 'cock-up' – Sinn Féin lash out: Daily Express
Joe Duggan

'Undermining' of fall-back plan to avoid hard border of 'grave concern' – Fianna Fáil: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Mary Robinson fears Brexit could threaten Northern Ireland peace process: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'It is not Dublin's job to manage those deep EU Tory divisions': Irish Independent
John Downing

Tory stubbornness on Irish border ensures Brexit deal remains elusive: The Guardian
Andrew Learmonth

Brexit is teaching Britain its true place in the world: The Irish Times
Robert Shrimsley

What Angela Merkel and the DUP have in common: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Mixed messages as Brexit talks intensify: Irish News
Editorial

Wrong message sent in letter to Taoiseach: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

The Irish Times view on Brexit talks – When backstop means backstop: The Irish Times
Editorial

Neither DUP nor SF take up victim's live debate challenge: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Additional powers for civil servants 'sad day for democracy' in Northern Ireland says Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

SF the party that has questions to answer over devolution: The News Letter
Editorial

Arlene Foster to attend Republic game on anniversary of Anglo-Irish Agreement: Irish News

Irish language group funding 'snub' claim rejected by DUP: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Sinn Féin's Murray will not face prosecution over US gunrunning probe: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Sean Murray said 'he knew' there was no case to answer in gun running allegations: Irish News
Allison Morris

Boston tapes – McIntyre plans appeal in European human rights court: The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Hyde Park bombing suspect in court on separate murder charge: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

Alleged IRA bomber told gardaí he believed 'DUP and not the DPP' decided to charge him over 1972 bombing: TheJournal.ie
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Sinn Féin TDs at court hearing of man accused of killing soldiers: Irish Independent
Ryan Nugent

Major political controversy over On the Run scheme: Belfast Telegraph

Omagh widower's anger as blogger Jude Collins signs letter to Varadkar: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

The human rights commission has to go where the law signed up to by the UK takes us, without fear or favour: The News Letter
Les Allamby

Ballymurphy's Quinn for five state U.S. tour: Irish Echo

Writer denies transcript names Marian Price in Jean McConville murder: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Murderer jailed for life has long history of dissident links: Irish Independent
Andrew Phelan

DUP's pro-Brexit advertising money was 'permissible': BBC

Varadkar and ministers to attend Armistice commemorations: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Gregory Campbell acknowledges James McClean's right not to wear a poppy but complains of footballer's quotation of Bobby Sands: Derry Journal

I probably wouldn't have played James McClean if the Northern Ireland match was in Belfast – Martin O'Neill: Irish Mirror
Michael Scully

Wife of footballer James McClean who was backed by Celtic stars in Remembrance row reveals sick fan threatened to 'tattoo poppy on her face': Scottish Sun
Johnathan Kelly

Groups want FA and SFA action on 'anti-Irish racism' after McClean and Lennon abuse: BBC

Remembrance is not a time to ask why others went to fight... it is a solemn sacrifice that we all share: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Tuesday, November 6

Brussels willing to offer Brexit Irish border compromise: The Times
Niamh Lyons, Bruno Waterfield, Oliver Wright and Francis Elliott

Leo Varadkar 'open to review' of Brexit backstop for border in Ireland but dismisses time-limited proposal: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Interests of Irish citizens in the North a priority – Varadkar responds to open letter: Irish Examiner

Arlene Foster claims warning hard border will wreck peace process gives 'succour to men of violence': Irish News

Varadkar must stand firm over border backstop, says Sinn Féin leader: Irish Examiner

Varadkar's compromise 'is a hazardous move', says FF: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Empey hits out at 'belligerent' Taoiseach: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

'The UK can't be trusted but that doesn't give our side a free pass': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Coveney says backstop that can be ended unilaterally by Britain is not a backstop: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

For Theresa May, striking a Brexit deal could mean losing the DUP and cabinet Brexiteers: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Hollywood actor 'disgusted' after racist character used on 'This is Ulster' banner: Belfast Telegraph
James Gant

Staying in the customs union is the same as staying in the European Union: The News Letter
David McNarry

Irish people want a United Ireland, see a referendum in the next 10 years: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Kate Hickey

It is time for sensible solutions and voices in Northern Ireland – Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

McBride's debate challenge to Northern Ireland leaders: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Why can't we all just stop gurning and get on with it?: Irish News
Paul McErlean

MP Donaldson plays down speculation over leadership: Belfast Telegraph

'More than half SDLP councillors are ready to join FF': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Irish Labour rows back on Northern Ireland candidates: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Fianna Fáil makes a right mess in the Six Counties: Southern Star
Editorial

Sean 'Spike' Murray – No weapons charges for former IRA inmate: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Northern Ireland KKK thug unmasked – UDA idiot facing arrest: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

John Downey – Man whose trial over IRA Hyde Park bombing collapsed is arrested and accused in murder of two soldiers in Northern Ireland: The Independent
Aoife Moore

IRA informer's actions in foiling arms shipment from mobster saved many lives: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Ballymurphy families hope inquest will finally bring truth: Irish Independent
David Young

Decision on charging soldiers over Bloody Sunday hit by fresh delay: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

As I keep saying, the past is still way, way ahead of us: The News Letter
Alex Kane

'No evidence' more vote sites would have changed Paisley recall petition result: The News Letter

Victims' campaigner Travers hits out at new dissident mural as 'a glorification of murder': Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

'SHAMEFUL!' Fury as campaign TAKES ON poppy sellers in action against 'British terrorists': Daily Express
Rebecca Perring

Irish people are divided on whether their politicians should wear the poppy: TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

White poppy ceremony at Dublin's Merrion Square to mark Armistice Day: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

James McClean hits out at the FA, claiming abuse directed at him is overlooked because he is an Irish Catholic: Irish Mirror
Eamon Doggett

Hurry up and confirm say Hibernians: Irish Echo

RTÉ blamed for dismal turnout at Pope's Mass (Nov 2): The Times
Catherine Sanz and Katie O'Neill

Monday, November 5

'A mess' – Irish border issue continues to hamper Brexit progress: The Guardian
Daniel Boffey, Lisa O'Carroll and Heather Stewart

British want soft Border deal to last just 12 weeks: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn and Kevin Doyle

Brexit – One thousand sign letter to Leo Varadkar urging him to protect nationalists' rights: Irish News
John Manley

Brexit – Prominent figures explain why they signed letter to Leo Varadkar: Irish News

Brexit talks ongoing, says Brokenshire amid reports of Brussels concessions: Belfast Telegraph

Speculation mounts on Theresa May's 'secret deal' on Brexit that avoids need for hard border: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Pressure is on parties to help deliver "best of both worlds" Brexit: Impartial Reporter
Colm Bradley

Report of secret Brexit deal 'unhelpful commentary,' says Simon Coveney: Belfast Telegraph

Blair warns MPs 'there is simply no answer to Irish issue': Irish Independent
Lauren Harte

Brexit – UUP 'disappointment' over Leo Varadkar's tone: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

We need to know if attorney-general thinks backstop could tear Northern Ireland out of UK, says David Davis: The News Letter

Backstop agreement may be close but Brexit deal is far from certain: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

'Let them eat fudge – Brexit deal now in sight as Irish backstop is wrapped up in shiny Union Jack paper' (Nov 4): Sunday Independent
Kevin Doyle

How Did the Irish Border Become the Biggest Fight of Brexit?: Bloomberg.com
Dara Doyle

'Precious prize of peace that must be saved' (Nov 4): Sunday Independent
Fergal Keane

'With Brexit brewing, we need to curb our anti-unionist tribalism' (Nov 4): Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

We need to see full legal implications of keeping NI in single market: The News Letter
Editorial

'Mary Lou gets in trouble with Sinn Féin's back-room boys' (Nov 4): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Sandy Row mum 'under UDA threat' vows not to leave home: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

KKK garb on Northern Irish streets – then a swift display of unity (Nov 4): The Observer
Rory Carroll

Three explosive devices 'abandoned' beside busy Northern Ireland road, says DUP councillor: Belfast Telegraph

Murdered mob boss gave stolen Boston art to IRA, says former Met detective (Nov 4): The Observer
John Wilson

Health powers should be transferred to Westminster on humanitarian grounds: The News Letter
Reg Empey

Derry is being let down again (Nov 1): Derry Journal
Eamonn McCann

Is an Irish passport your key to avoiding Brexit chaos? Find out if your are eligible and how to apply: Liverpool Echo
David Hughes Liam Thorp

Rising costs a bigger threat than Brexit say cross border traders: Irish News
Gary McDonald

'Higgins can be a steward to heal the wounds of Irish history – but he needs a broader scope of sympathy' (Nov 2): Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

DUP's anti-gay comments set to be showcased in new Belfast opera (Nov 2): The Independent
Ben Kelly

James McClean abused for not wearing poppy – footballer attacks 'uneducated cavemen' quoting Bobby Sands: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Embury-Dennis

England's sorry delusions are Scotland's best argument for independence: The Guardian
Kevin McKenna

Sunday, November 4

All-UK customs Brexit deal report is 'speculation' – Theresa May's office: Sunday Independent
Costas Pitas and William James

Brexit is undermining 20 years of peace in Northern Ireland, Taoiseach Leo Varadkar claims: The Sun
Harvey Solomon-Brady

EU plans post-Brexit London 'embassy': BBC
Adam Fleming

EU'S big mistake = Brussels left open to 'LEGAL CRISIS' with Irish backstop demands: Daily Express
Joe Barnes

Northern Ireland business groups criticise Raab for lack of engagement: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

I believe solution to border problem is very close after meeting the Brexit Secretary – Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Hard border a threat to Northern Ireland peace, Neale Richmond warns Brexiteers: Irish Examiner

If there is a Brexit deal this is what it will look like: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit? That would be an ecumenical matter, says church: The Sunday Times
Eithne Shortall

Same tiresome ritual by our local politicians, attacking the Brexit secretary while they continue to sit on their hands: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Thursday was never going to be about quick solutions... we need to focus on the rebuilding of dialogue and trust: Belfast Telegraph
Karen Bradley

PSNI's role in panel with guns probe ex-Provo wrong – Beattie: Belfast Telegraph
Gillian Halliday

Irish Labour Party 'will step in' if SDLP merge with Fianna Fáil: BBC

Wreath row woman accepts republican invite to visit the scene of soldier son's death: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Legacy Scandal – 'Proposals to deal with the past are likely to be sunk by a torrent of opposition,' says Jeff Dudgeon: The News Letter
Jeff Dudgeon

Omagh victim 'sickened' by Sinn Féin lobbying against extradition of bomber: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

What I say to the people who have criticised me ...: Belfast Telegraph
David Latimer

'Whitey' Bulger 'used drugs cash' to provide arms to IRA: The Sunday Times
Sean Boyne

Sunderland a clear demonstration of Brexit contradictions: RTE
Fiona Mitchell

Brexit – Uncertainty over cross-border bus services: BBC
John Campbell

Business groups from the north write to Prime Minister over post-Brexit labour fears: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Protestant farmers more likely to have large farms, Northern Ireland statistics show (Ocr 30): Irish Independent
Michael Sheils McNamee

Independence-backing congressman stands down: BBC

Gaeltacht minister has yet to take Irish classes (Nov 2): Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Celtic fans chant 'shove your poppy up your a***' days before Remembrance Sunday: Daily Star
Callum Hoare

Neil Lennon – there is a big problem with anti-Irish racism in Scotland: The Guardian

Poppy should be a symbol of remembrance, not weapon of cultural warfare it has become: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Saturday, November 3

UK and Ireland signal Irish border Brexit deal could be agreed soon: The Guardian
Rory Carroll and Lisa O'Carroll

Brexit Secretary pledges deal will protect constitutional integrity of UK: Belfast Telegraph

Coveney says strong UK-Irish friendship more important than ever: The Irish Times

Brexit secretary accused of 'running away' from people living in border town: Belfast Telegraph

DUP turn down EU compromise on the Irish border backstop as Brexit deadlock continues: The Sun
Tom Newton Dunn

British will not accept plan threatening UK integrity – Raab: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

No need to return to border posts of the past after Brexit   says Foster following Raab meeting: Belfast Telegraph

Mary Lou McDonald has warned Dominic Raab of the consequences of a hard Derry/Donegal border: Derry Journal

No deal on Brexit may spell no Guinness – MP: The News Letter

Will agreement on Northern Ireland take a no-deal Brexit off the table?: The Independent
Jon Stone

The UK is again reported to be about to crumble to Dublin and Brussels on the Irish border backstop: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Europe has become Britain's intractable 'Irish issue' of the 21st century, academic says: The Irish Times
Elaine Edwards

Dominic Raab visit a wasted opportunity: Irish News
Editorial

Bradley urges Northern Ireland's political parties to 'stop grandstanding': Belfast Telegraph

'No vacancy' for DUP leader says Christopher Stalford: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

'Don't be so arrogant' to say First Minister Arlene Foster 'sacked' by McGuinness, blasts DUP MLA Stalford: Belfast Telegraph

Unionism is hardly bursting with talent and cannot afford to bury that which it has: The News Letter

SDLP silent on Labour letter asking about Fianna Fáil merger speculation: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

The Disappeared – Search for remains winds down for winter: BBC

Carmel goes stateside to lobby for 'Murph Massacre campaign support: Belfast Media

The Catholic Troubles soldier exposing the myths of terrorism in harrowing new documentary: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Peter Casey would "prefer his ingrown toenail removed without anesthesia" than meet Gerry Adams: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

'Dark tourism' booms at Northern Ireland's Troubles museums: BBC

Is Brexit our main economic hurdle? No: in fact it may help: The News Letter
Esmond Birnie

Political shambles hitting basic services: Irish News
Editorial

Gregory Campbell criticises BBC 'veil of secrecy': BBC
Robbie Meredith

I want church I built from scratch to be my lasting legacy, says firebrand McCrea as he steps away from pulpit after 50 years: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

President Higgins asks for inauguration ceremony delay over Armistice commemorations: Irish Examiner

Flashpoints imminent in Ireland's decade of centenaries: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Peadar Tóibín defends pro-life stance despite suspension: Irish Catholic

Suspended Sinn Féin man Peadar Tóibín fears he may be expelled: The Times
Ellen Coyne

Republic and Northern Ireland launch bid to co-host 2023 European U21 Championships: TheJournal.ie
Paul Fennessy

Vile 'hang Neil Lennon' graffiti painted on wall after Hearts v Hibs shame game: Scottish Daily Record

Politicians condemn anti-Irish abuse of Neil Lennon: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Neil Lennon's agent claims the Hibs boss is targeted by football thugs because he's an Irish Catholic after Tynecastle coin incident: Scottish Sun
Rebecca Gray

Friday, November 2

EU floats new tentative Brexit plan to avoid hard border: Irish Examiner
Michael Holden and Ismail Shakil

Brexit border WARNING – Northern Ireland risks becoming 'EU PROTECTORATE' after split: Daily Express
Harvey Gavin

Lord Trimble: Dublin stance on border riding roughshod over Good Friday Agreement: The News Letter

George Mitchell says Brexit could heighten 'risk of violence' in north: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab to meet NI politicians: BBC

New EU customs plans could break Brexit deadlock: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Why do Cabinet ministers 'sneak' to border? Brexit secretary Raab on visit to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

'Brexit 'fudge' is almost set – but will London find it edible at last?': Irish Independent
John Downing

Why we will have to play nice after Brexit: The Times
David Davin-Power

How Brexit burned UK's Irish friendship: Politico.eu
Tom McTague

Irish border predicament could spell disaster for Ireland and U.K. overall: Hamilton Spectator
Gwynne Dyer

London is still said to be open to an Irish Sea border for regulations: The News Letter
Editorial

Unionism 'dragged into the gutter' by DUP, says UUP leader Robin Swann: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

The Last Gasp of Northern Ireland: New York Times
Richard Seymour

Sinn Féin would accept Arlene Foster as first minister: BBC

Stormont talks: All-party meeting 'an utter waste of time': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Forum for Anglo-Irish co-operation to meet in Dublin: RTE

Karen Bradley 'grasping at straws' over Stormont deadlock, says Sammy Wilson: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

The Irish Times view on Northern Ireland's political impasse: parties must come together: The Irish Times
Editorial

If SF can stipulate terms for Stormont's return, a mediator is pointless: The News Letter
Editorial

Bradley's flying visit wasted opportunity: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Election has exposed Sinn Féin's weakness: The Times
Eoin O'Malley

All in all, it was a bad week at the office for Sinn Féin – north and south of the border: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Howlin contacts SDLP over potential Fianna Fáil merger: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

SDLP-Fianna Fáil electoral pact promised beef ... but both sides ended up with egg on their faces: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Arson attack linked to loyalist feud: MLA: The News Letter

SF lobbies against extradition of Omagh bomber: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Man arrested by police investigating 'brutal paramilitary style attack' released: Derry Journal

Derry republican loses stop and search challenge: BBC

Mother's heartache after IRSP remove wreath from spot where Army son died: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Former MP reveals death threats over Kingsmill post: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Barry McElduff insists Kingsmill loaf incident a 'bizarre coincidence': The News Letter
Rebecca Black

Barry McElduff does not rule out return to frontline politics with Sinn Féin: Irish News

Family's anger at Barry McElduff 'playing the victim' over Kingsmill video: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Insult to Kingsmill victims needs action: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Libya silent on 'about turn' over compensation for IRA victims: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Pub bombings inquest date set – but what will it really achieve? – campaigner: Birmingham Mail
Julie Hambleton

Families of The Disappeared to stage silent walk in their memory: Belfast Live
Rebecca Black

New book claims to reveal the killers of Jean McConville: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Marian Price denies claim she was third member of IRA unit that shot dead Jean McConville: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Home Office rejects Belfast-born woman's right to live in Northern Ireland: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Tóibín suspended from Sinn Féin over his opposition to abortion law: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Thursday, November 1

Karen Bradley set to meet with Northern Ireland parties on Thursday: Belfast Telegraph

External mediator may play role in bid to re-establish powersharing in North: The Irish Times

All MLAs' pay drops by 15% from midnight ... but is it really fair on the 41 Members who didn't walk out?: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

Government 'called DUP's bluff on Budget': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

DUP's red lines are based on a self-destructive Britishness many unionists don't share: The Conversation
David Mitchell

Tánaiste says movement needed on British side for Brexit deal: RTE
Tony Connelly

France underlines support for Ireland on Border issue: The Irish Times
Lara Marlowe

Trinity warning on impact of Brexit: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

'The European can is ready to be kicked further down the road again': Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Brexit latest – Ireland warns UK must compromise by next week for a deal to be done: Daily Telegraph
Harry Yorke and Asa Bennett

Decent Britain has not gone away: The Irish Times
Bobby McDonagh

Confusion about who can get an Irish passport shows how poorly informed we are about Brexit: The Independent
Caitlin Morrison

O Muilleoir is a 'failed finance minister', says DUP's Wilson after Sinn Féin MLA criticises budget: Belfast Telegraph

Stones thrown at homes along west Belfast peace wall treated as 'sectarian hate crime': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Jamie Bryson asks court to order return of items seized by PSNI: Belfast Telegraph

Call for those with information about Robert McCartney murder to come clean: Irish News

Doug Beattie calls on Army veteran to end hunger strike: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Barry McElduff will not be prosecuted for Kingsmill tweet: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Victim contrasts Barry McElduff case with Ku Klux Klan 'hate crime': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Huge anger over Newtownards Ku Klux Klan stunt: Irish News
Editorial

Pub bombings inquests to begin in February: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Theresa May urged to end 'legal scapegoating' of former soldiers: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Marian Price denies murder of Jean McConville: Irish News
Allison Morris

Horror of Greysteel a shameful milestone: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Paddy Devlin's vision of forging a non-sectarian future has more relevance today than ever before: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Seeking the common good in a divided society: Irish News
Brendan Leahy

Northern Ireland politics failing to reflect diversity – Equality Commission (Oct 26): Belfast Telegraph

Council chief Anne Donaghy risked Irish language group Conradh na Gaeilge 'reputational damage' report finds (Oct 9): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Ex-con East Village priest could officiate Whitey Bulger's funeral: New York Post
Ben Feuerherd

Murdered mobster liked to boast about IRA links: Irish News
Allison Morris

Queen's 'obsession' with Irish peace process revealed in book: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

'Ghost Tommy' attack 'deeply insulting' says TUV councillor: Larne Times

Fine Gael TD Noel Rock blasts Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald for blaming media for Liadh Ni Riada's poor performance in presidential election: Irish Sun
Kieran Dineen

Home Office tells Northern Irish woman to prove right to live in Belfast: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Stoke City backs James McClean's refusal to wear poppy: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Colum Eastwood appeals for tolerance around people's personal 'poppy' choices: Derry Journal

BBC James McClean coverage complaint goes viral: Belfast Media

James McClean poppy – Why does Stoke star not wear a poppy on his shirt?: Daily Express
Andy Wilson

Protestant group banned from marching past one Glasgow Catholic church can parade past another: The Herald
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