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Monday, November 29

Party the 'bedrock of peace', says Robinson: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

We are the party of the new Northern Ireland – Robinson: The News Letter

Chipper Peter has got his mojo back: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

New DUP leaves Paisleyism aside: The News Letter
Sam McBride

The high price of Stormont's slow pace: (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Paisley Jnr – I'll not double-job: The News Letter

No Comment from McClarty (Nov 25): BBC
Mark Devenport

Guns are the problem (Nov 19): Belfast Media
Editorial

SDLP presses Church over PMS support: The News Letter

Details on NI mutual rescue unclear: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Religion in schools 'a breach of children's human rights': Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Call to hire more Irish speakers for State sector: The Irish Times
Anne Lucey

McAleese flew in government jet before lecturing the nation: Sunday Tribune
Ken Foxe

Hugh Dallas e-mail 'an example of vicious anti-Catholic hostility in Scotland': The Scotsman
Susan Smith

Professor – Catholic Church's attack on bigotry is historic: The Herald
Chris Watt

Eurozone states will need an act of union to save the single currency: The Independent
Stephen King

Sunday, November 28

DUP committed to powersharing – Robinson: RTE

Peter Robinson tells party East Belfast is key target: BBC

Dissidents 'active and dangerous' – Robinson: UTV Internet

Real IRA turns screw in gangland drug war: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Sinn Fein's by-election win heralds surge to left: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

'I'm not the new Gerry Adams' (Nov 22): Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Delinquent Sinn Fein wants it all ways: Sunday Independent
Celia Larkin

Fury over Katie Price's IRA link: Daily Star Sunday
John Ward

Cross-border shopping could cost 5,000 jobs (Nov 16): Derry Journal

Presbyterian Church could face £5m bill on PMS (Nov 26): BBC

A PMS deal must be found (Nov 26): The News Letter
Editorial

It's not just their national interest, the English care about Ireland: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

UK 'will never get £7bn back from Ireland': Scotland on Sunday
Nathalie Thomas

A wee bailout, ah go on, go on, go on: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

If your state is conceived in sin then sin is what your state will inevitably revert to (Nov 23): Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Kindness from Europe rooted in concern about the euro (Nov 23): The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

The EU has got too big for its boots: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Twenty years on, Europe is still the issue that divides the Tories (Nov 23): Daily Telegraph
Simon Heffer

Clash over water meter installation (Nov 17): Selkirk Weekend Advertiser

'In effect, they were using the Pope as a pawn in their game': Scotland on Sunday
Tom English

Saturday, November 27

Sinn Fein profits from economic chaos as voters punish Irish PM: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Sinn Féin tries to form Dáil grouping: RTE

Election of 'fifth man' brings prospect of technical group ever closer: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Focus – Sinn Fein Win Foreshadows Gains For Minor Irish Parties: Wall Street Journal
Jason Douglas

Shiny Shinner hailed a worthy winner: Irish Independent
Fiach Kelly

Donegal vote marks end of an era in Ireland's politics: BBC
Mark Simpson

FF faces meltdown if Donegal collapse is repeated: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

In Donegal Sinn Féin winner is raised to the rafters – and not a Tricolour in sight: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Writing on the wall: Financial Times
David Gardner

Sinn Fein's win was simply protest vote: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

'Tories to end UUP pact': The News Letter

How the DUP will triumph over apathy of the armchair: Belfast Telegraph
Nigel Dodds

DUP leader Peter Robinson to address party conference: BBC

NI is moving forward: The News Letter
Peter Robinson

DUP conference told republican paramilitaries a 'severe' threat: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gerry Adams plans cross-border united Ireland 'rally': Belfast Telegraph

Shankill Star band given parade route ban: BBC

US tycoon who's paying to make our MLAs smarter: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Gardai fear cousins shot on orders of 'drug tax' brothers: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

'No evidence' dissident republicans were behind double murder: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

Northern Ireland corporate tax rate cut plea for SMEs: Belfast Telegraph

No decision on massacre memorial yet (Nov 25): The News Letter

Kilkenny gets a peer as talk of visit to city by Prince Charles grows (Nov 25): Kilkenny People

Church may pay more for PMS bail-out: UTV Internet

'Unusual for savers to aid PMS bailout': The News Letter

Under-fire Dallas quits SFA over Pope e-mail: The Herald
Chris Watt and Michael Grant

Friday, November 26

Robinson looking to put 'difficult year' behind him: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

After the scandals, Peter Robinson bounces back: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Party peers diverge on unionist unity: The News Letter

DUP to get big sell on Stormont successes: Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Robinson – MPs may double-job: The News Letter

Elliott's 'positive talks with GAA': The News Letter

'Up to 70' dissidents stop DPP meeting: UTV Internet

'Tougher line must be taken with dissidents': The News Letter

PSNI anti-dissident fund could be boosted from Treasury reserve: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Feeder parade permitted to pass Ardoyne: The News Letter

Flute band parade banned from passing Ardoyne: Belfast Telegraph

'It was good to talk': Londonderry Sentinel
Eamon Sweeney

Why province needs new politics: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

No consensus on past informing Gov. Troubles policy – Paterson: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Call for public inquiry into UVF massacre: The News Letter

Fundraiser for activist fighting US extradition: Meath Chronicle
John Donohue

Libel case told of financier's money: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Robinson sets NI price for bail-out (Nov 24): UTV Internet

David Cameron urged – cut corporation tax in Northern Ireland alongside bailout: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland needs a fairer deal on tax rates: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Spending cuts not up for talks – Paterson: UTV Internet

Irish austerity measures 'will be felt in Northern Ireland': Irish Independent

Irish voters give damning verdict on bail-out crisis: Daily Telegraph
Bruno Waterfield

Ireland – Sinn Fein set to cash in on bail-out discontent: The Scotsman

Disaster looms for Fianna Fail as voters stay away: Irish Independent
Anita Guidera

Counting under way in Donegal: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Ireland's difficulty is Sinn Fein's opportunity: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Irish economy goes west, Adams goes south: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Fine Gael to target two seats in election: Dundalk Democrat
Tamara O'Connell

Cox to stand against Sinn Fein: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Mansergh defends Cowen and Ahern in 'Cromwell' row: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan

More stable republic in all our interests: The News Letter
Editorial

Ireland is the first domino to fall in Europe's great game (Nov 25): The Herald
Ian Bell

Media will turn on royal wedding pair William and Kate, says Peter Robinson: Belfast Telegraph

Thursday, November 25

Irish government faces byelection defeat: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Adams 'ready to fight election': The News Letter

Ireland's crisis lends a boost to Sinn Fein: Toronto Globe and Mail
Doug Saunders

No wide-ranging bill of rights – Paterson: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Rights in Republic 'weaker' than UK: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

UUP chief in talks with the GAA: Belfast Telegraph

'Youthful politics not way forward' (Nov 23): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Shock change for UUP in East Londonderry: Coleraine Times

Separate wreaths for Craigavon: The News Letter

President McAleese visits east Belfast (Nov 23): UTV Internet

Three men convicted of being IRA members after tip-off: Irish Independent
Diarmaid MacDermott and Tom Brady

DPP meeting abandoned because of dissident protest: Londonderry Sentinel

NI ombudsman may take action against officer: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Police 'know identity' of Emmet Shiels' killers: BBC

Troubles forced out GAA star: Newry Democrat

Woman sues 'Sunday World ' over £26.5m raid articles: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Justice required for the Ballymurphy families: Irish Post
Editorial

Unionist anger at 'welfare crusade': The News Letter
Sam McBride

Calls to harmonise corporation tax: Belfast Telegraph

Peter Robinson makes corporation tax appeal: BBC

Expert warns NI against 12.5% tax: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

We've no lessons for Republic's economy: The News Letter
N R Greer

Self-loathing and self-regard have made us what we are: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Ireland's crisis is the fault of Fianna Fáil, not just the euro (Nov 22): The Spectator
David Blackburn

The real issue – how can we find an escape route out of the eurozone? (Nov 24): Irish Examiner
Steven King

Get Britain out of Euruope: Daily Express
Editorial

Scottish referee crisis – Catholic Church demands head of Hugh Dallas over offensive e-mail about Pope: The Scotsman
Jane Bradley

Wednesday, November 24

Adams' decision is unique opportunity: Belfast Media
Sam Baker

Abused loyalty likely to assist Sinn Féin: Financial Times
John O'Doherty

For Sinn Fein, opportunity in Ireland's troubles (Nov 23): Toronto Globe and Mail
Carl Mortished

UUP reveals line-up for assembly election: The News Letter

DUP 'fearful of Catholic schools': Belfast Telegraph

Church slams OFMDFM proposals: The News Letter

Police urged to deal with paramilitaries: The News Letter

PSNI defend 'dissident' overtime spend: UTV Internet

Man shot in both knees in west Belfast attack: BBC

No prosecution for Loughinisland officer: UTV Internet

Tommy English murder suspect 'to go home to mother': BBC

Salamanca plan could help us move on: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Will terrorist killers find a conscience just like Howell?: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

The day unionism spoke out with one voice: The News Letter
Victor Gordon

Tributes paid to unionist icon: The News Letter

Sinn Féin tables motion of no confidence in Taoiseach: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Irish bailout – UK forced to act to stop crisis spreading north: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Public anger over £7 billion bailout offer: The News Letter

Ministers to discuss UK loan for Ireland with treasury chief: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell and Dan Keenan

Government 'was not in loop' for British loan talks: Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

UK lawyer says State must give up 12.5% tax before it gets aid: The Irish Times
Carol Coulter

Watchdog – don't blame us over UK banks mired in Irish crisis: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Jobseekers from Ireland may rush to Britain – Cameron predicts Irish influx as bailout threatens to spiral out of control: Daily Mail

A friend in need: BBC
Mark Devenport

Who will make a song and dance about Celtic Tiger?: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Look North and let pomp gild bailout experience: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Ireland's wreckers: Daily Express
Kevin Myers

The people must act or we will remain irrelevant: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Was it for this? Ireland's premier paper dares to tell it as it is: Guardian.co.uk
Roy Greenslade

Editorials

As Ireland's economy self-destructs, Scots should thank their lucky stars: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Tuesday, November 23

'I haven't gone away, you know': Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Will Gerry Adams' old left-wing views be right in Republic?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Leading SF post for former bomber: UTV Internet

Empey's hard work deserves credit: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Church of Ireland slams blueprint to battle division: Belfast Telegraph
Steven McCaffery

'Stormont agreement' needed for rights Bill: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

British-Irish assembly to meet in Isle of Man: BBC

Series of threats led up to shooting of local teenager: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Accused is 'key member of RAAD': BBC

Dissident group blamed after pipebomb attacks: UTV Internet

Firebomb victim lashes out: Belfast Media
Kieran Hughes

Paramilitary link to street violence: The News Letter

Notorious loyalist facing murder charge is freed on bail: Belfast Telegraph

UVF victims' families hail Nuala's intervention: Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

MLAs clash over Craigavon motion: UTV Internet

Robinson urged to 'celebrate' Catholic education: BBC

NI ministers raise budget concerns with Clegg: BBC

DETI faces PMS legal fight: The News Letter

Presbyterian leader admits to a "bad start" on the PMS crisis: BBC
William Crawley

Republic gets ready to assume crash position: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Political shake-up looms after Irish bail-out: BBC
Mark Simpson

Bailout signals the end for Fianna Fail: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Foster issues warning on Irish loan: Belfast Telegraph

SF should be 'pleased' North spared crisis – UUP: The Irish Times
Dan Keenan

Fury over our £10bn bail-out for Ireland: The Sun
Tom Newton Dunn

Ireland bail-out – British banks hit as Irish rescue falters: Daily Telegraph
Robert Winnett, Bruno Waterfield and James Kirkup

Bailout – Generosity or self interest?: UTV Internet
Jamie Delargy

Why Britain must participate in the Irish rescue: Telegraph.co.uk
Jeremy Warner

Time to invade the buggered Republic – Unionists should claim South: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Beggared by euro: New York Post
Andrew Roberts

We were bought and sold for Europe's gold: Sunday Business Post
Tom McGurk

Editorials

Monday, November 22

Louth and clear – Sinn Féin marks new territory (Nov 21): Sunday Tribune
Shane Coleman

Gerry Adams says this decision to run for TD in Louth has been on the cards for a decade: Dundalk Democrat
James Rogers

UVF tribute band to walk past Ardoyne again? (Nov 15): Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Assembly budget agreement possible, McGuinness: BBC
Mark Devenport

Politicians must think beyond the next election (Oct 1): The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Pipe bomb' found in Londonderry security alert: BBC

Police hate crime campaign honoured (Nov 5): Belfast Telegraph

Victim's daughter shocked by street name decision (Nov 8): Belfast Media
Gemma Burns

Every family in Britain will have to pay £300 to bail out the Irish: Daily Mail
Tim Shipman and Hugo Duncan

Should we be funding Ireland's Banking Black Hole? (Nov 17): BirminghamPost.net
John Clancy

Ireland bail-out – Tories question Britain's role in bail-out: Daily Telegraph
Andy Bloxham

Loan marks thaw in UK-Irish relations: BBC
Mark Simpson

Less of all this phoney sovereignty wittering: The Irish Times
Ann Marie Hourihane

How can we lose our national identity? We'll always be Irish... (Nov 21): Sunday Tribune
David Kenny

Lifetime award for McCann (Nov 9): Derry Journal

Sunday, November 21

Paterson – Sinn Fein cuts protest childish and pathetic: Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams "celebrity candidate" a gimmick says Senator Mark Dearey: Dundalk Democrat
James Rogers

PMS directors face legal move (Nov 18): The News Letter

PMS directors face disqualification (Nov 18): BBC
William Crawley

Nothing is impossible to those with a dream (Nov 19): Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kelly

Forget past, I'm scared by Sinn Fein's present policies: Sunday Independent
Celia Larkin

Sinn Fein man provides security for Katie Price (Nov 19): BBC

Carson 'a fearless man of principle' (Nov 19): The News Letter
Ian Paisley

Ghosts of 1916 rattle their chains as ECB does the sums: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Record low for Fianna Fáil in Red C poll: RTE

Ireland's had the party – now for the hangover: Sunday Telegraph
Jenny McCartney

Ireland's crisis will alter the economic and political landscape of Britain and Europe for decades to come: Scotland on Sunday
Peter Jones

If debts sink Ireland, we'll go down too: Daily Mail
William Rees-Mogg

Let's just shut up and take the Brits' charity: Sunday Independent
Pat Fitzpatrick

Ireland has been betrayed by its leaders: The Observer
Editorial

I'm Irish as they come but i'm mad about the Royals (Nov 18): Evening Herald
Sinead Ryan

A cup of tea and game of cricket? What is it to be English, today?: Independent on Sunday
Rachel Shields

Churches lose their vicars as Anglicans "jump ship" for Rome, warns Rowan Williams (Nov 19): Daily Telegraph
Tim Ross

Saturday, November 20

SF is bookies' favourite but Donegal may still have soft spot for Fianna Fáil: The Irish Times
Deaglán de Bréadún

Mid-Louth won't vote for Adams says Dunleer businessman Thomas Clare: Dundalk Democrat

Sinn Fein eye extra seat in Upper Bann: Portadown Times

Prisoners' agreement costs £700k: The News Letter

Boucher blaze 'not suspicious': UTV Internet

'Viable device' found in Bogside: BBC

Eirigi probe at estate: Newry Democrat

The making of a dissident movement: The Irish Times
Martyn Frampton

Second bail paid for 'UVF spy' Haddock: UTV Internet

Wrong way to a united Ireland: Irish Post

Empey to join House of Lords: IrishTimes.com

Reg Empey calls for more democracy in Lords: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Former UUP candidate denies change in beliefs: Belfast Media
Scott Jamison

Coroner calls for computer simulations of RUC killings: BBC

Devenney hails £20m RUC reserve pot: Londonderry Sentinel

Paterson weighs in on budget talks: UTV Internet

Business tax cut no panacea, MPs told (Nov 18): Belfast Telegraph

Examining the Executives failure to agree a budget: BBC
Jim Fitzpatrick

Showtime is over, we don't need muppets (Nov 14): (from the Sunday Times)
Liam Clarke

Hard decisions unavoidable at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Language plans said to be the 'most significant in 90 years' (Nov 19): The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

The Irish are in a stew – but they won't admit it: Daily Telegraph
Simon Heffer

"Fear, rage, despair and distrust have been in the pot for two years. The new ingredient is shame": The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Financial crisis delivers hard lessons: The News Letter
Editorial

Celtic criticise 'anti-poppy' protesters: Glasgow Evening Times

Why has the SNP given up on the tax-power struggle?: The Herald
Ian Bell

Friday, November 19

Sharkey dismisses Senate seat claim: Dundalk Democrat
James Rogers

Sinn Féin poised to benefit from Irish crisis: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Adams will live in County Louth if he's elected to the Dáil: Dundalk Democrat
James Rogers

Minister for Justice, Mr Dermot Ahern's reaction to Gerry Adams news: Dundalk Democrat
James Rogers

Stanley confident of SF breakthrough: Offaly Express
Grace O'Dea

Last throw in Conservative and Unionist gamble?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

South Down no-go anger: Newry Democrat
Martin Hearty

Order rules out parading talks with McGuinness: The News Letter

Police should not wear poppies warns Curran: Newry Democrat
Martin Hearty

SDLP members select south Belfast assembly candidates: BBC

SDLP seek help from Britain's Irish community: Irish Post
Robert Mulhern

Irish citizens abroad should have vote in Presidential election: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

O'Loan defends role in UVF probe: UTV Internet

Notorious loyalist facing murder charge is freed on bail: Belfast Telegraph

Briege Meehan to face sex abuse charges: BBC

Bomb suspect may go to Supreme Court: UTV Internet

'Informer' action is rejected by court: Belfast Telegraph

Bridget Reilly, mother of 1974 Birmingham Pub Bombings victims Desmond and Eugene Reilly, dies: Birmingham Mail
Kat Keogh

Paisley backs Ireland unity under Crown: UTV Internet

32 County Paisley: BBC
Mark Devenport

N Ireland security cash pledge re-affirmed: The Scotsman
Michael McHugh

Proclamation of Dependence: Irish Examiner
Paul O'Brien, Ann Cahill and Mary Regan

Cowen tells us – Do not feel ashamed over debt crisis: Newstalk.ie

Tories are uneasy on plan to aid Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

UK right to aid Republic, says bank expert: The News Letter

Why the UK needs a Dublin bail-out... Britain's banks are owed £88BILLION by Ireland: Daily Mail
Hugo Duncan and Tim Shipman

Britain may not be able to avoid bailing out the Irish: The Spectator
Mats Persson

The British right's Irish rollercoaster: The Independent
Ben Chu

Is helping Irish economy in the UK's interest?: BBC
Martin Tooth

Let's be frank. Our £7bn is bailing out a bunch of liars, crooks and bunglers: Daily Mail
Alex Brummer

Ireland prepares to accept the 'Oliver Cromwell Package': Telegraph.co.uk
Daniel Hannan

No use whining or talking about the GPO now: The Irish Times
John Waters

Irish independence is the euro's latest victim: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Thursday, November 18

SF candidate surges ahead in by-election race: Irish Independent
Fionnan Sheahan, Anita Guidera and Tom Brady

Sheehan 'focused' on replacing Adams: UTV Internet

Profile of new Sinn Fein MLA Pat Sheehan: BBC
Martina Purdy

As an ex-cop, I know truth about Adams... voters should beware: Evening Herald
Gerry O'Carroll

Adams gambles on a move down South: Belfast Media
Editorial

Fight to save PSNI 50/50: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Ulster using mainland officers for anti-terror duties, says police union: Guardian.co.uk
Owen Bowcott

'Toughen laws' over terrorist moneymen: Belfast Telegraph
Sam Lister

Belfast stores left counting the cost of suspected firebomb blitz: Belfast Telegraph

Grenade used by dissident gang was 'part of smuggled weapons cache': Belfast Telegraph

Two released over dissident activity: UTV Internet

CIRA claim attack on city drug dealers: Evening Herald
Cormac Byrne

Adams wants Shankill meeting: Belfast Media
Gráinne McWilliams

Ballymurphy families seek London apology: UTV Internet

'Murph Massacre raised by SDLP MPs in debate in House of Commons: Belfast Media
Paul Ainsworth

Nuala O'Loan to oversee UVF probe: UTV Internet

Paterson suggests initiative on Troubles: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Pobal meeting with the Attorney General can't be overestimated: Belfast Media
Editorial

Double-jobbing – DUP warned: Belfast Telegraph

Paterson attracted to idea of NI normalisation bill: BBC

No more talk, it's time for action: Belfast Telegraph

It's time to scale back £844m road, urges UUP leader: Belfast Telegraph

Irish sovereignty? A jolly little pretence and a sham: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

Britain Pledges to Support Ireland in Debt Crisis: New York Times
James Kanter and Steven Erlanger

Conservative and Labour MPs back British support for Ireland: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Can the UK afford to bail out Ireland?: The Guardian
Deborah Orr

Can George Osborne capitalise on Ireland's weakness?: Telegraph.co.uk
Benedict Brogan

The British taxpayer should not be bailing out Ireland: The Spectator
Matthew SInclair

There is a way out for Ireland, and Britain should stand ready to offer it: Telegraph.co.uk
Daniel Hannan

Ireland's crisis and Europe's identity: Evening Standard
Editorial

This is one Eurozone country we must help: Daily Mail
Editorial

Republic cannot afford to refuse aid: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Two years on PMS savers wait for a 'fair' resolution: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

A Republican writes – Before we start getting carried away, isn't it all a bit retro?: The Scotsman
Gerry Hassan

Royal wedding: The Irish Times
Editorial

Wednesday, November 17

NI is not a hybrid state – Paterson: The News Letter

Accounts of the Troubles may be recorded: RTE

Historians may be best at dealing with Troubles – Owen Paterson: Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams – 'Sinn Fein brand strong enough without me': BBC

'Adams in line for MP pay-off': The News Letter

Former hunger striker to replace Adams: UTV Internet

Where now for Sinn Fein and Gerry Adams?: BBC

Is Gerry after glory or just early retirement?: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Ireland – Gerry Adams to the rescue?: ForeignPolicy.com
Joshua Keating

Gerry looks for pastures greener: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

DUP bill to exclude paramilitary victims: UTV Internet

Bomb attack suspected as fire ravages Belfast shops: Guardian.co.uk
Henry McDonald

Ballymurphy victims' families to lobby politicians: BBC

Ritchie's poppy move 'is a major breakthrough': The News Letter

Poppy disrespect is Strictly dancing on the graves of dead: Belfast Telegraph
Nuala McKeever

Royal wedding – NI leaders send best wishes to couple: BBC

Royal wedding of William and Kate a fitting circus for a fading empire: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

MLA Dawn Purvis warning of DUP double jobbing bill move: BBC

Fears over 'burden' of PMS rescue plan: The News Letter

Pyramid scheme would ramp up North's public works (Nov 10): The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Britain should help Ireland, but not by propping up the euro: Telegraph.co.uk
Daniel Hannan

A crisis we can't afford to ignore (just be grateful we didn't join the euro) (Nov 16): Daily Mail
Alex Brummer

UK stays upbeat on Ireland: Financial Times
Chris Giles

Osborne could offer debt-ridden Ireland billions of pounds in direct aid 'to avoid taking part in eurozone bail-out': Daily Mail

Ireland needs all the help it can get: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Republic's cash woe is contagious: The News Letter
Editorial

Protestant teacher gets €12,000 over religious bias: Irish Independent
John Walshe

Row over teaching of religion in primary schools' 'experiment' (Nov 16): Irish Independent
John Walshe

Tuesday, November 16

Adams – I'm not up to date on local issues: Irish Independent
Michael Brennan and Elaine Keogh

Adams says he has support for his Louth candidacy: The Irish Times
Elaine Keogh

Party divided over Adams bid to win a seat in Co Louth: Evening Herald
Kevin Doyle

Adams' election bid 'desperation': The News Letter

Don't expect SF leader to solve woes -- minister: Irish Independent

Sinn Fein to pick Gerry Adams' successor at Stormont: BBC

Heading south: UTV Internet
Ken Reid

Where now for Sinn Fein and Gerry Adams?: BBC

Adams' move south could be a lucky break for Stormont: The News Letter
Liam Clarke

Adams in the Dail and you thought it couldn't get any worse: Evening Herald
Michael O'Doherty

No moralising, Reverend Sir Gerard Adams, all right? We've heard the shovels at midnight: Irish Independent
Kevin Myers

How will Adams stand down?: BBC
Michael Crick

TUV in rebranding move: The News Letter

Party banks on winning over the voters: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Dissidents alter rules in battle with gardai: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Name change won't end the terror: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Cuppa can cool dissident threat: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Man shot in legs in north Belfast: BBC

Rape case stopped against Devlin killer: UTV Internet

DUP 'aims to scupper double-job reforms': Belfast Telegraph
David Gordon

Double or Quits?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Tories' tribute to Anglo-Irish pact: Belfast Telegraph

Negotiators recall diplomatic milestone: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Unionism's lessons from Anglo-Irish Agreement: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Could the Republic actually afford unity – now or ever?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Tory MPs urge Cameron to block British money being used to bailout ailing Irish economy: Daily Mail
Tim Shipman and Rupert Steiner

'We'll help the £70bn rescue', Cameron tells Ireland as fears grow country will drag Europe back into recession: Daily Mail
Tim Shipman and Hugo Duncan

The Irish deficit – where to go from here: The Independent
Sean O'Grady

First the potato, now the euro – how Ireland has been destroyed again: DailyMail.co.uk
Mary Ellen Synon

Sharing Ireland's pain: Daily Telegraph
Editorial



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