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Monday, November 30

Traditional Unionist Voice leader calls for voluntary NI coalition: The Irish Times

Time is on our side to find peace (Nov 27): Belfast Telegraph
Christopher Moran

Dissident republican Colin Duffy due in court charged with directing New IRA terror gang: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Sinn Fein condemns west Belfast security alert: Irish News

Gun attacks favoured by republicans for decades: Irish News
Connla Young

All sides will need to work together to tackle paramilitary violence: Irish Examiner

Protestant Coalition's refugee opposition rally blasted 'sick': Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Donations for new car for victims of hate crime attack: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Action needed on loyalist thugs (Nov 27): Belfast Telegraph

Protests on Falls and Shankill over welfare reform cuts: Irish News
John Monaghan

North public services to face 'significant budgetary pressures': The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Pity we can't unite around two Irish teams (Nov 29): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Employment checks now including MI5 'intelligence': Irish News
Allison Morris

Convicted Colombia Three member honoured with 'night of celebration': The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Murderers should not get blanket amnesty, says FW de Klerk (Oct 20): The News Letter

Bloody Sunday investigation could jeopardise British troops around world, says ex-paratrooper: Daily Telegraph
Luke Heighton

Alastair Campbell – 'Vilified' Bertie Ahern took risks for peace in North: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Calm amid the chaos of troubled Ireland: Washington Times
Roma Downey

Is Nolan the right BBC presenter in a divided society? (Nov 23): Irish News
Tom Kelly

Why it is finally time to give Irish emigrants the vote (Nov 10): The Irish Times
Mary Hickman

Ó Muirí refutes claims of £150k budget for Irish Language strategy: The Cross Examiner

Bing inspires Orange Order Christmas Card sentiment (Nov 25): The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Schools system is blatantly sectarian: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Kate Hoey – quitting the EU unites right and left: The News Letter

Australian PM shows republican colours by scrapping knighthood honours (Nov 2): The Herald
Graeme Smith

Sunday, November 29

Sinn Fein shamed by their deal, says SDLP's Colum Eastwood: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Murphy dismisses 'baseless scaremongering': Newry Times
Paul Malone

IRA revelations have utterly vindicated TUV, Allister tells conference: The News Letter
Sam McBride

TUV conference – Jim Allister critical of 'catastrophic failure' of NI Executive: BBC
Chris Page

Unite protests against cuts outside DUP and Sinn Féin offices: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Sinn Fein said they'd stand up to Tories... then they rolled over: Belfast Telegraph
Colum Eastwood

Sinn Fein and SDLP welfare posturing a turn off: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Expelled DUP councillor Ruth Patterson gets invite to TUV's conference: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

West Belfast attack – We've no back up, we're sitting ducks, say PSNI officers: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Violence and terror brings only suffering: Irish News

Shocking images show need to stop these men of violence: Belfast Telegraph

Man in court after border region dissident probe: UTV

Man charged with IRA membership at Saturday evening sitting of Special Criminal Court: Irish Independent
Daniel Hickey

Strabane footbridge set to open... but name row rumbles on: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

What nationality do people in Northern Ireland think they are?: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Irish IRA victims want inquiries into 'flawed' Garda probes: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

The man who drove the peace train to its desination – John Hume: Sunday Independent
Martina Devlin

Agency required to deal with Border crime, says FF foreign affairs spokesman: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Stormont failing Northern Ireland's economy (Nov 19): Belfast Telegraph
Johnny Andrews

We wouldn't tolerate the politics of religion anywhere else – so why in Northern Ireland? (Nov 22): Forge
Robin Wilde

Time for Middle Ireland to stand up for real values: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Same-Sex Sellout in Ireland:
Aidan O'Brien

Why we all should count our blessings in spite of life's trials: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Ulster Project Delaware celebrates 40 years
Jenna Pizzi

Johnny Depp's Black Mass, the IRA gunrunner Bulger and me (Nov 27): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Constitutional rights mean change in school patronage is slow (Nov 28): The Irish Times
Peter McGuire and Grainne Faller

Allowing children to opt out of religion classes could cost the taxpayer millions (Nov 24): Irish Independent
John Walshe

Fury over claims McDonnell joked that councillors who refused to meet SF should be kneecapped: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Saturday, November 28

Northern Ireland – 'Heavy weaponry' used in attempted murder of police officers: The Independent
Samuel Osborne

'IRA' claims it fired shots at PSNI car in Belfast: Irish News
Connla Young

Officers saved by bulletproof windows as police car is raked by gunfire: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Experienced gunman in dissident attack on police: Irish News
Connla Young

Stormont – Any wonder voters cynical if this is what claims to be democracy: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

McGuinness was right and Adams wrong on welfare: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Who will Northern Ireland vote for at 2016 Assembly elections?: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

We're poles apart, but I wish Robinson well on human level – Eastwood (Nov 19): The News Letter

Community revulsion at Antrim arson attack on Indian family: The News Letter

Police hit back over flags row (Nov 27): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Jamie Bryson online threats – Belfast man fined £400: The News Letter

'Motorman' film file closed for 100 years: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Ludlow family launching legal action against NI authorites: RTE

Shared Education Bill 'a good first step' says Rogers: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Paisley's later years have 'King Lear quality' – Timothy Spall: Irish News
Cathal McGuigan

Orange Order lampoons parades body in range of cheeky festive greeting cards (Nov 26): Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Caral Ni Chuilin found wanting again as she presides over another debacle (Nov 26): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Protestant Coalition's anti-refugee march condemned by Northern Ireland's political leaders: Belfast Telegraph

Foyle Pride chair to contact Ombudsman over Deputy Mayor's remarks: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Same-sex marriage vote was 'homecoming moment' (Nov 11): Irish News
Jim Gibney

How the case for gay marriage won me over (Nov 2): Belfast Telegraph
Trevor Lunn

PSNI's Assistant Chief Constable Will Kerr settles job discrimination case: BBC

Sinn Féin councillor given 20 years to pay back benefits: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Garda killer Pearse McAuley stabbed wife 13 times in vicious Christmas Eve attack, court hears: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan and Martin Shannon

Non-Catholic in a Catholic school: The Irish Times
Peter McGuire and Grainne Faller

Woman who dealt with the IRA's Northern Bank raid has now found herself in the middle of the global refugee crisis (Nov 19): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Irish women will not put up with being written out of history any longer (Nov 13): The Guardian
Emer O'Toole

Setting up of cross-Border crime task force welcomed (Nov 18): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

State's inaction on torture protocol is 'embarrassing' (Nov 27): The Irish Times
Conor Lally

GAA coach says loyalist death threats led him to VAT fraud (Nov 9): Irish News

Jack Grealish still not eligible for England, say Fifa: The Irish Times

Coaker distances himself from McDonnell's IRA kneecapping 'joke': The News Letter
Sam McBride

The political ground has shifted and all great empires must eventually fall (Nov 10): The Herald
David Torrance

Friday, November 27

O'Loan slams the lack of a fresh start for victims: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Taoiseach to attend British-Irish Council summit in London: RTE

Peace charity praises Robinson and McGuinness: Irish News
John Monaghan

Bryson band barred from parade past St Patrick's Church: Irish News
Connla Young

No culprits found for tricolour at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Red Cross led prison forum fails to reach deal: Irish News
Connla Young

Police officers ambushed by republican dissidents in Belfast: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Murder bid against officers in Belfast is roundly condemned: The News Letter

Picture of shot police car reveals how close officers came to death in Belfast attack: Belfast Telegraph
David Young and Deborah McAleese

Feeney – Device was viable: Londonderry Sentinel
Olga Cathers

Security alert ends after second bomb find in Dungiven within a fortnight: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

IRA taxi driver faces death threats over missing extortion cash: Sunday World
Ken Foy

Man arrested in Monaghan by Gardai targeting dissident republican activity: Irish Mirror
Claire Healy

Man (54) charged with IRA membership is released on bail: Irish Independent
Daniel Hickey

Aaron McMahon's hammer horror as gang beat him in front of wife and kids: Belfast Telegraph
Laura Abernethy

Paramilitary attack will not stop me, claims victim: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Fears car attack on Indian family in Co Antrim was 'racially motivated': Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Protestant Churches criticise loyalist anti-refugee parade: Irish News
Connla Young

Appeal against extradition over alleged pipe-bomb plot fails: The Irish Times

Durkan – 'National Security' strictures suppress truth about 'dirty war': Derry Journal

Questions about IRA double agents that just won't go away: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Bloody Sunday – Judgement reserved in ex-Para's London High Court case: Derry Journal

We could be killed if you arrest us, says Bloody Sunday Paras – Seven former soldiers condemn decision to question them as 'unlawful, irrational and disproportionate': Daily Mail
Larisa Brown

Sister's fury at MoD for 'adding insult to injury': Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

My RUC uncle's 1975 killing so raw, it feels just like yesterday: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Service remembers RUC men murdered 40 years ago: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Service to mark Patsy Duffy's 37th anniversary: Derry Journal

Gerry Adams to meet with Ludlow family today as they step up their campaign for justice: TalkoftheTown

IRA sympathiser John McDonnell said 'bombs and bullets could unite Ireland' and joked 'gutless wimps' opposed to Sinn Fein should have their knees blown off: Daily Mail
Martin Robinson

Plan to name bridge after Sinn Féin councillor dropped: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Sammy's thumbing nose at own party over Brexit, claims anti-EU McNarry: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Charlie Flanagan warns about British EU exit uncertainty: Irish Examiner
Eamon Quinn

Brexit will have massive impact on Ireland: The Irish Times
Denis MacShane

Like Syriza, SF idealism gives way to realism: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Dodds indicates DUP will back Syria strikes: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Thursday, November 26

DUP looks to life beyond Robinson: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Party conference Peter Robinson should have timed his exit better: Irish News
Allison Morris

'Nothing has changed in IRA structures', says ex-IRA man: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

One fifth of Stormont Assembly members are 'unelected' or appointed by parties:
Cormac Campbell

Stormont Fresh Start – Sticking plaster approach to a festering wound will not suffice: Belfast Telegraph
Michael HC McDowell

Sinn Féin condemns those who sparked alert at party offices: Irish News

Man in court over alleged dissident republican activity: The Irish Times
Aine McMahon

Feeny alert – Police confirm bomb left near village: BBC

Removal of UDA-linked Facebook page welcomed: Irish News
Connla Young

Third of police evidence files sent to prosecutors are substandard – inspector: Belfast Telegraph

Police Federation calls for separate funding for Northern Ireland cold cases: BBC

Paris's past helps explain the troubling present: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Supreme court ruling has implications for Troubles victims: Irish News
Allison Morris

Application to dismiss 'Slab' Murphy case rejected: The Irish Times

Freddie 'Stakeknife' Scappaticci – 'Probe into 50 murders': Belfast Telegraph

Frank Hegarty – Martin McGuinness 'needs questioned' over murder, son says: BBC

Martin McGuinness insists he had 'no role' in Hegarty murder: Irish News
John Manley

Seven ex-paras in High Court action over Bloody Sunday probe: Belfast Telegraph

Harry Thornton inquest – Ex-soldier defends witness account of shooting: BBC
Will Leitch

Former soldier branded "a liar" in Troubles inquest: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

'Question mark' over Shankill Butchers alleged police misconduct investigation: Belfast Telegraph

NI Police Federation calls for separate historic investigations fund: The News Letter

Dublin disappointed by lack of legacy outcome: Irish News
John Manley

All sides had torturers and all should be prosecuted: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Kennedy

Shankill Butchers 'police misconduct' probe at risk, says Ombudsman: The News Letter

Pat Finucane Centre welcomes Batang Kali judgment: Belfast Telegraph

Burton and Adams clash in Northern Ireland debate: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Ex-IFA Boyce weighs into Northern Ireland and Republic football teams reception row: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black and Adrian Rutherford

Civic invite a sporting gesture: Belfast Telegraph

Corporation tax benefits are illusory and exaggerated: Belfast Telegraph
Boyd Black

Spending review – £400m could be cut from Stormont budget: BBC
John Campbell

Donaldson stands by offer to base Trident in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Dan Griffin

M and S leaves Northern Ireland logo off 'Best of the British Isles' cake: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

EU referendum – DUP's Sammy Wilson gives backing to Ukip Brexit campaign, blasting David Cameron's 'pathetic demands': Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Sammy Wilson not out of step over EU policy – DUP: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Wolfe Tones brand media coverage as 'anti-Irish': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Wednesday, November 25

Dodds said DUP could not be led from Westminster: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Guerilla warfare' claim as welfare Bill is passed: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Alex Salmond – United Ireland is as inevitable as an independent Scotland: The National
Kathleen Nutt

Sinn Féin tipped to take two seats in Louth in next year's General Election: TalkOfTheTown

Stakeknife – Detectives from outside Northern Ireland to investigate: BBC
Vincent Kearney

PSNI considering recruiting officers for Stakeknife investigation: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Stakeknife – a colossal Scandal: UTV
Brian Rowan

Bomb squad sent to Sinn Fein councillor's home after he received death threats: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Welcome for IRA victim quilt: The News Letter

Man shot in both legs in 'savage attack': Derry Journal

Barbaric actions of dissidents must be rejected: Irish News

'I thought my son would die in my arms' says mother of Derry shooting victim: Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

West Belfast – Bomb-making components found in dissident searches: BBC

Terror haul suspects released on bail: The News Letter

Teen who shouted 'Up the Ra' at police and sparked large-scale fighting to complete community service: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Former British soldier gives evidence on 1971 killing: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

Nurses to get freedom of Belfast for service during the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Anglo-Irish deal was 'wake up and smell the coffee' moment for unionists (Nov 19): The News Letter
Alex Kane

Henry Thornton inquest – Ex-soldier says he believed he was under fire: BBC
Will Leitch

British to blame for denying truth to victims: Irish News
Jim Gibney

Row over Belfast reception for Republic and Northern Ireland Euro 2016 football teams: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Donaldson suggests Lough Foyle as possible home for UK's Trident nuclear weapons system: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Why libel won't have to cost Ian Paisley jnr a penny: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Unite warns against impact of lower Corporation Tax rate in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

12.5% puts north in shop window – 'but more needed': Irish News
Gary McDonald

Our faith is being bombarded, now time to call 'cut': Belfast Telegraph

High profile republicans back 1916 parade plan: Irish News
Connla Young

Estranged wife of garda killer Pearse McAuley expresses frustration at delays in sentencing him: Irish Independent
Greg Harkin

Unionists should consider consequences of Syria vote: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Britain didn't mistake Ireland for the IRA. Don't confuse Islam with IS (Nov 19): Irish Examiner
Victoria White

Cops working to establish the motive behind shooting outside Irish Republican Folk gig: Glasgow Evening Times
Rebecca Gray

Andy Murray "Scottish / British" myth dispelled: The Scotsman

Tuesday, November 24

DUP back Dodds and Foster as DUP leader and First Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

DUP and SF MLAs rise to applaud Peter Robinson in the Assembly: The News Letter

Peter Robinson – Impasse on legacy not the DUP's fault: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Peter Robinson's final challenge to DUP to 'move beyond border politics': Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'We're indebted to Peter for his skill and leadership': Londonderry Sentinel

DUP edges away from firebrand politics of Paisley era: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Robinson's retirement makes me no less motivated, says Allister: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP's Pengelly warned to keep answers brief: Belfast Telegraph

People 'conned' by Stormont welfare deal: Irish News
John Manley

A week is a long time in politics....: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

Lack of democracy in DUP smacks of elitism: (from the Irish Daily Star)
Suzanne Breen

Icy Peter Robinson leaves a thin legacy: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Robinson is a hard act to follow, but for now his exit should help the DUP: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Axed councillor Ruth Patterson tells DUP's Pengelly she's coming for her seat: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Paisley donation settles SF defamation case: UTV
Alan Erwin

'Voters say they'll leave if Adams is Taoiseach' – Reilly: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Ukip's David McNarry may contest seat in West Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Major effort required to tackle illegal weaponry': Londonderry Sentinel

Patterson goes independent after DUP expulsion: UTV
Sarah Clarke

'No peace walls have been flattened, in fact we've reinforced some' – Dr Adrian Johnston: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Robinson and McGuinness condemn Ballymena racist attacks: Ballymena Times

MLA vows to challenge paramilitary conviction figures: The News Letter

Revealed – The massive bill for policing Twaddell protest: Belfast Telegraph
Sara Lyness

Crime boss hunted by Real IRA secures passport despite travel ban: Sunday World

Brother's relief as Police Ombudsman prepares to open investigation into 1987 murder: Belfast Media
David Whelan

Hopes U2 can help bring closure for 1974 justice campaign: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Bloody Sunday – 'MoD are directly interfering in a murder investigation' say relatives: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Conference to discuss 'trauma of the Troubles': UTV

Ó Muirí refutes claims of £150k budget for Irish Language strategy: The Cross Examiner

Welfare reform bill for Northern Ireland passes through Commons: The News Letter

Ireland's Easter Rising to be marked by series of events at Wigmore Hall: The Guardian
Maev Kennedy

Majority of British public favour leaving EU, poll finds: Daily Telegraph

DUP is in a position of influence over the response to Syria: The News Letter

West right to wage war, but Muslims are not the enemy: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Monday, November 23

DUP conference – Dodds warns a return to the past means impotence: The News Letter

Change at the top will bring more of the same: Irish News
John Manley

Peter Robinson – New leader will appoint my successor as First Minister: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP leader's farewell gig also an implicit dual coronation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

United applause for Robinson's Trimble-esque rhetoric: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Arlene Foster – Effective politician, but with a fierce temper: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

What has Peter Robinson ever done for us?: Irish News
William Scholes

What's the best way for Peter Robinson to cope with going from a high-powered job to time out? (Nov 20): Belfast Telegraph
Helen Carson

The omissions of Peter Robinson: Irish News

Peter Robinson refuses to be interviewed by News Letter: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ex-DUP figure Ruth Patterson – I intend to stay as an independent: The News Letter

Kelly the 'sacrificial lamb' in SDLP leadership race: Portadown Times

Mary Lou reckons Gerry and Martin are youthful and vigorous grandfather figures:
Daragh Brophy

Local singer calls on TUV man to 'take bigotry somewhere else': Banbridge Leader

What does Northern Ireland think of their political leaders? (Nov 18): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Just ten convictions for paramilitary membership since Good Friday Agreement: Irish News
John Monaghan

'Bomb parts and AK47 machine gun ammunition found stashed in house': Irish Mirror
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Twinbrook – Woman arrested in dissident republican probe after house search: BBC

Man (54) charged with membership of the IRA: Irish Independent
Brian Kavanagh

Towards a robust, just and worthy reconciliation (Nov 19): Irish News
Norman Hamilton

Two cars burnt out in Ballymena hate crimes: UTV

MLA 'disappointed' council paid for bonfire pallets: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Lack of action by police over Birmingham pub bombings is an insult to the people of the city (Nov 20): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Birmingham bomber 'devastated by carnage': Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Birmingham pub bombings memorial service – Candles lit for the 21 killed in terrorist attack: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Day Margaret Thatcher's minister saw the raw fury of unionism (Nov 20): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

McCartney – We'll continue to support Bloody Sunday fight for justice (Nov 19): Londonderry Sentinel

John Hume's wife Pat reveals his struggle with dementia: Irish Examiner
Stephen Rogers

With sectarian strife cooled, time to delve into Derry: Everett (WA) Herald
Rick Steves

A5 funding boost sparks call for Belfast road investment (Nov 19): Derry Journal

In 2016 only the Truth will set us free (Nov 22): Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

No school refusal for children based on religion – State agency (Nov 18): The Irish Times
Carl O'Brien and Patsy McGarry

'We can't blame Cromwell,' say parting Dominicans: Irish Independent
Sarah MacDonald

Police investigating after shots fired outside Wolfe Tones concert in Glasgow: Irish Examiner
Mark McLaughlin

Number of religious 'hate crimes' in Scotland drops (Nov 18): Irish News
Michael McHugh

Israel Ulster terrorism (Nov 21): Logan Daily News
James F. Burns

Dodds signals DUP open to Syria action: The News Letter

Irish should understand the need to guard against Syrian refugee backlash (Nov 19): Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

Jeremy Corbyn accuses head of UK military of 'breaching' constitutional principle of neutrality on Trident (Nov 8): The Independent
Adam Withnall and Charlie Cooper

We should be worried if Jeremy Corbyn doesn't want to know what Britain's military high command thinks of his defence policy (Nov 9): Daily Telegraph
Julia Hartley-Brewer

Sunday, November 22

Robinson tells DUP conference his work is 'almost done': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson gives last leader's speech to DUP conference, takes aim at Mike Nesbitt: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

If ever a party needed a leadership contest, it is the DUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Why Peter Robinson's successor(s) will have big job to fill his shoes: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

Peter Robinson – Not just a colleague but a friend: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

Leader in waiting – We profile the DUP's Nigel Dodds: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Peter Robinson dominated NI politics as few unionists could: The News Letter

Ruth Patterson – Belfast councillor expelled from DUP: BBC

New SDLP leader should take party into opposition and challenge SF (Nov 21): The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Next generation take helm of the party's sinking ship (Nov 16): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Deal cements real progress post peace process (Nov 21): Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

It's not an agreement if no one agrees: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Cooler political heads prevail in Northern Ireland: Gulf Daily News

Put PSNI's £160m boost into more bobbies on the beat, union chief urges (Nov 18): Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Man (54) arrested as part of ongoing operation targeting dissident republican activity: Irish Independent

Revealed – Number of Eleventh night bonfires in Belfast that burned tyres (Nov 10): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Bloody Sunday – Ministry of Defence 'insulting' families of the dead (Nov 19): Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

McCann – MoD 'duty of care' argument ridiculous: Londonderry Sentinel

Bloody Sunday's Soldier J the subject of a march on London by hundreds of military veterans protesting over his arrest: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Campbell – Arrest all who were armed: Londonderry Sentinel

How we fought the Anglo-Irish deal in the Irish courts, but lost (Nov 19): The News Letter
Chris McGimpsey

National security concerns should not obscure scrutiny of Northern Ireland's troubled past, says UN expert (Nov 18): Belfast Telegraph

Declan McGlinchey's life 'fashioned by trauma and pain' (Nov 5): Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Belfast Council to fund Easter Rising and Somme commemorations with £250,000 grant: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Virtual pitchforks just as dangerous as the real kind (Nov 13): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Minister 'committed' to shared education campus drive (Nov 20): Irish News
Simon Doyle

McCann – SF is now 'party of austerity': Londonderry Sentinel

Fears that SF may walk away from corporation tax pledge: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Northern Ireland's 12.5pc corporate tax rate will pose threat to foreign direct investment in the South: Sunday Independent
Dan White

Business leaders told North entering 'new economic era' (Nov 21): The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Fresh Start Agreement encouragement for Narrow Water Bridge welcomed: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Irish language row over Gobbins signage: Carrick Times
Victoria Leonard

Gay Marriage Derailed in Northern Ireland: New York Times

Sinn Fein try to remove gardai from voter vetting: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

The religious bias of our national schools is beyond belief (Nov 16): The Irish Times
Kitty Holland

UKIP's David McNarry says he fears 'ISIL' may be operating in NI: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Paris attacks – 'Just like the Birmingham bombings, we can't blame all for the acts of a few': Irish Post
Joe Horgan

Sinn Fein's condemnation of ISIS Paris attacks ring hollow (Nov 19): Irish Voice/
John Spain

Irish neutrality won't be respected by the likes of ISIS, so why hold so dear to it? (Nov 21):
Aaron McKenna

Acts of terror put new focus on our neutrality (Nov 21): Irish Independent

Saturday, November 21

'Fresh Start agreement an insult to victims' – Allister: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Peter Robinson wants victims to see Troubles legacy talks papers: BBC

Victims Forum demands to meet Cameron and Kenny over deal: The News Letter

Northern Ireland powersharing deal welcomed by Labour (Nov 19): Belfast Telegraph

DUP's Foster attacks those engaged in 'terrorist business': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Villiers out-brinks our local politicians: Irish News
Newton Emerson

PSNI 'encouraged' as almost 5,500 hopefuls apply for latest recruitment drive: Belfast Live
Michael McHugh

Catholics make up just third of applicants in PSNI's jobs drive: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Third of PSNI applicants Catholic despite dissident threat: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP members will have no say in picking the new leader: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP's Dodds pays tribute to 'man of granite' Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Foster tight-lipped over First Minister role: UTV

'Time will tell' what legacy Peter Robinson has left – David Ford: The News Letter

Peter Robinson opens his last DUP conference: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'The people will decide my legacy' – Robinson: UTV

Robinson insists – I wasn't pushed out: The News Letter
Sam McBride and David Young

Divide and conquer, perhaps? DUP are planning to replace outgoing leader with two people: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Peter Robinson was brilliant, but with an Achilles heel: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Calls for Jamie Bryson band to be barred from march: Irish News
Connla Young and Allison Morris

Bomb alert 'stark contrast' to children's joy at Christmas switch on: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Real IRA armed raid was hoped to be 'a good publicity stunt' – MacLochlainn Inquiry: Irish Independent
Clodagh Sheehy

Dissident suspect Carl Reilly must remain in custody, judge rules: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Man denies throwing eggs at McGuinness: UTV
George Jackson

Belfast rioter handed jail sentence for role in disturbance at parade: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

If terrorists get compensation, they must be chased through the civil courts: The News Letter
Trevor Ringland

Loyalists sent death threat to The Clash in bid to stop Belfast gig, says Elvis Costello: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

How Catholic teachers tried to keep the peace during the Troubles in Ireland: The Tablet
Elena Curti

Patrick Kielty a testament to Troubles victims' grit: Belfast Telegraph

Welfare reform and corporation tax cut must in fact happen: The News Letter

Same-sex couples crossing Border to get married: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Commit to the Narrow Bridge: Irish Independent
Anne Campbell

Judgment reserved in Poots bid to overturn gay blood ruling (Nov 20): The Irish Times
Alan Erwin

Schools watchdog calls for ban on refusing admission on religious grounds (Nov 19): Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe and Elaine Loughlin

Discrimination on school admissions must end to ensure equality for all at primary level (Nov 19): The Irish Times

Government rejects Bill on passport-free Ryanair travel (Nov 13): The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Sinn Féin member Phil Flanagan clarifies IS 'are' terrorists: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Ireland offers support as UN unanimously approves 'all necessary measures' against IS:
Cliodhna Russell

Paris should make us reflect on our violent past: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Ex Celtic boss Neil Lennon claims 'more could have been done' to tackle 'Scotland's shame' (Nov 19): Belfast Live

Friday, November 20

Martin McGuinness hopes to re-name role as 'joint first minister': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Peter Robinson – Sinn Fein blocked deal on past over access to secret files: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Slap in face for Troubles victims awaiting answers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

'Britain has no intention of delivering on legacy issues'-Eamonn McCann: Derry Journal

Secrets need not be compromised by more candour: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Deal likely to hold together, even without Robinson: Irish News
Alex Kane

Gerry Adams – We knew of Robinson's plans for some time: The News Letter

McGuinness praises 'friend' Robinson after he reveals plan to quit:
David Young

DUP leader went from hard man to protector of peace process, says Ahern: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

UUP issues just 47-word statement to mark Robinson's 45 year career: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Foster pays tribute to outgoing First Minister: Fermanagh Herald

Belfast locals give views on Peter Robinson stepping down: The Irish Times

Peter Robinson – I am stepping down as First Minister on my own terms: Belfast Telegraph

Peter Robinson – 'I have been on a journey like everybody else': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Dodds v Foster – who will be the next leader of the DUP?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Arlene Foster – UUP defector who has worked hard to build DUP support: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Peter Robinson – from estate agent cherry-picked by Ian Paisley to first minister: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

From beret-wearing agitator to the corridors of power: Irish News
John Manley

Peter Robinson – Leadership and legacy of a 40-year career: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Robinson got to the top. But what did he achieve once he got there?: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Peter Robinson – Nationalism won't love him, history will be kinder: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson leaves unionism at a crossroads:
Steven McCaffery

Robinson was key to allowing Paisley enter government with Sinn Fein: The Irish Times
David McKittrick

Whoever follows Peter Robinson will need to be a strong leader: The Guardian
Peter Hain

Peter Robinson stands down 'an honourable man': Irish Examiner

Robinson's career marked by controversy: Irish News

Peter Robinson departs after a political career pursuing a long and difficult road: The Irish Times

West Tyrone SDLP members hopeful of mending bridges: Ulster Herald

New project to promote peace at interface: UTV
Barbara McCann

Linfield fans taunt massacre dead with sick insult to Para victims: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

RUC man's killer Seamus Kearney to walk free after just two years in prison: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Ivor Bell's lawyers to mount bid to throw out case: UTV
Alan Erwin

British military footage 'missing' says the MoD: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

IRA informers may have helped set up republican: Irish News
Connla Young

Patrick Kielty – 'Leaders of the UDA, the group who killed my father, sat at the front during my gigs and I shook their hands': Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Security forces lost over 1,000 weapons in 35 years: Derry Journal

Neil Lennon – Thug who attacked me during Celtic match deserved a much tougher punishment: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Enniskillen bomb memories sparks anthem controversy: Fermanagh Herald

Enda Kenny welcomes plans for reduction of corporation tax in the North: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Stormont deal should encourage US firms to invest – Gary Hart: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Máiría takes her seat in the Seanad – and she has lots to choose from: Irish Independent
Lise Hand

Be they Isis or the IRA, all terrorists walk in the same bloody footsteps: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Disarm the police and scrap MI5 – Labour in new security storm over demands backed by shadow chancellor John McDonnell: Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

Thursday, November 19

Robinson to bow out of politics in coming weeks: Irish Independent
Liam Clarke

Peter Robinson – Former foe Gerry Adams leads well-wishers: The News Letter

DUP chief stayed the course in North's coalition: Irish Independent
John Downing

Peter Robinson – The highs and lows of 40 years at the heart of unionism: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Robinson's successor key to North's stability: Irish Independent

Peter Robinson's departure will leave DUP with big shoes to fill: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin under fire over welfare cuts move: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Despite criticism, DUP says deal will end paramilitarism: The News Letter

FF Senator warns against exaggerating signficance of Stormont deal: The Irish Times

Stormont House legacy elements in "suspension": Irish News
Connla Young

Fresh Start agreement "betrays victims", leading law firm says: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

McGuinness calls on SoS to meet victims' groups: UTV

PSNI disappointed at failure to address legacy of Troubles in Stormont deal: The News Letter

International fund seeks £45 million to 'deliver sustainable peace': Irish News
John Monaghan

Fresh start agreement – Cross-community group accuses Northern Ireland political leaders of betrayal: Belfast Telegraph

Questions over how benefit top-ups will be funded: Irish News
John Manley

'Nothing has changed in IRA structures', say UUP over Stormont deal: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Fresh start agreement – PSNI Deputy Chief Constable Drew Harris welcomes new Stormont deal: Belfast Telegraph

More cash has been secured but we can't plead poor mouth again: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Saccharine-sounding strategy short on transparency: Irish News
John Manley

By SF's own figures, there isn't enough money to protect all: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stormont politicians begin to get back to normal business: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

No fresh start just more pain in the pipeline: Irish News
Allison Morris

Stormont saved, the past parked: UTV
Brian Rowan

Has the DUP received concessions in Northern Ireland in exchange for supporting Syria strikes?: New Statesman
Siobhan Fenton

Latest deal represents a defeat for Sinn Fein: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Stormont's 'fresh start' – A positive, if imperfect, accord: Belfast Telegraph

Latest deal leaves victims bitterly disappointed: Irish News

Devolution gets a reprieve thanks to Stormont agreement: The Irish Times

'I earned my stripes but Emma is just a blow-in... I might join the TUV and contest her seat': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Anger as watchdog refuses to probe Sinn Fein councillor's 'proud ex-IRA man' remarks: Belfast Telegraph

Dissidents are abusing Irish flag and identity, minister says: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Ex-Conservative defence minister claims arrest of soldier in relation to Bloody Sunday was 'wrong': Irish Independent
Elizabeth Barrett and Jack Maidment

Bloody Sunday soldiers will have legal fees paid by MoD: BBC

Government operating Bloody Sunday 'hierarchy of care': Irish News
Seamus McKinney

UDA used teens in school uniform to case scene of Adams murder plot: Sunday World
Jim McDowell

'Vigilance needed to tackle terrorist financing': Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Cut Corporation Tax rate one year earlier, FSB urges: The News Letter

Stormont deal – Lower corporation tax rate to 'cost £240m': BBC
John Campbell

Scotland and Wales push to be allowed compete on tax: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and Niall O'Connor

Unification of Ireland 'could bring in €36.5bn in eight years': The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Will Ireland have to provide military assistance to France?:
Nicky Ryan

Wednesday, November 18

Northern Ireland power sharing saved: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Stormont deal – Short-notice Assembly sitting to push through welfare plan: The News Letter

Secretary of State John Kerry, U.S. Rep. Richard Neal praise Northern Ireland agreement:
Anne-Gerard Flynn

Kenny and Cameron hail 'breakthrough' NI agreement: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson – Agreement is milestone in NI normalisation: The News Letter

Stormont deal – Agreement lacks full backing of trio of key parties, including UUP: The News Letter

Smaller parties greet deal with scepticism and questions: Irish News
John Manley

Stormont deal – Alliance party hits out at agreement: The News Letter

Agreement fails to offer comfort to victims: Irish News
Allison Morris

Stormont deal – Criticism from campaigners over dealing with past: The News Letter

Stormont deal – Four biggest churches welcome agreement: The News Letter

Welfare reforms to be passed by Westminster: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Stormont deal – Sinn Fein blames Tories for its U-turn on welfare pledge: The News Letter

Stormont's 'fresh start' – £600m is set aside in agreement to save power-sharing: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

DUP-SF tell smaller rivals – you don't matter: The News Letter
Sam McBride

It could be a case of third time lucky for parties to Stormont House deal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

An incomplete Stormont deal, but one that keeps power in local hands: The News Letter

Dublin must listen to voice of northern nationalists: Irish News
Brian Feeney

New leader vows to reunite SDLP in West Tyrone: Ulster Herald

Ruth Patterson – 'I earned my stripes but Emma Pengelly is a blow-in... I might join TUV and contest her seat': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

SDLP boss – Dissidents are vain, insane and fighting the Irish people: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Young and old to meet at Ardoyne interface: Irish News
Allison Morris

Anti-fascist group to hold refugee counter protest: Irish News
Connla Young

Muslim family living in Ireland believe petrol bombing was motivated by Paris attacks: Irish Independent
Nevin Farrell

O'Loan says loyalists made anti-Islam threats on social media: Ballymena Times

Petrol bombings – 'not in our name' says SDLP man: Ballymena Times

UPRG branch removes inflammatory Facebook posts: Irish News
Connla Young

MacLochlainn Inquiry – Elderly couple describe how their coats were used to cover the body of dead IRA raider: Irish Independent
Clodagh Sheehy

Miami Showband member calls for Bono apology over 'attack on music' remarks: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

How Paris attacks have brought back memories for Troubles' bereaved: Belfast Telegraph
Stephanie Bell and Helen Carson

Bid for Irish street sign goes to council committee: UTV
Alan Erwin

Signage plan an expensive attempt to land a blow in culture war: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Gay group pledges to protest at DUP conference: The News Letter

Governments set up joint taskforce to tackle Border crime: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Fight for jobs as North to slash corporation tax to match South: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Corporation tax cuts 'will transform Northern Ireland's economy': Irish Examiner

Responsibility comes with devolution: Irish Independent
Dearbhail McDonald

Work on key A5 road could begin in two years: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Jack Grealish is getting some merciless treatment from Ireland fans: Irish Examiner

Paris attacks – EU defence clause 'will not affect Irish neutrality': The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

NI, Ireland EU border creation 'would be retrograde step': Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday, November 17

Northern parties closing in on elusive deal this week: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stormont talks – Party negotiations to continue after Villiers warning: BBC

Deal or part deal at Stormont almost there: Irish News
John Manley

Anglo-Irish Agreement – Thirty years on, we can now determine our own constitutional destiny: The News Letter
Reg Empey

Northern Ireland still needs a solution to the past: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Paris should focus Northern Ireland's politicians: Belfast Telegraph

Condemnation of Paris attacks by Sinn Fein branded 'sickening': The News Letter

Unionists congratulate Eastwood as leader – but query his direction: The News Letter

A new generation takes over the helm at the SDLP: The Irish Times

Republican prisoners vow to resist changes to Maghaberry regime: Irish News
Connla Young

Bonfire organisers fined for burning tyres and tricolours: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Loyalist group calls for refugees to be 'hunted out': Irish News
Connla Young

PSNI and Garda chiefs back 'border corridor' of co-operation: Belfast Telegraph

Row erupts over SF refusal to support borough status for Council: The Cross Examiner

Council's £150k for Irish language plan is 'madness': Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Sinn Fein hits out after 'hoax device' left outside their West Belfast office: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Three arrests in Strabane over 'dissident activity': UTV

Woman who gave a false alibi after murder of prison officer David Black avoids jail: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI welcome sentence for lying woman in David Black murder case: The News Letter

Three jailed over UDA 'mob attack' on house in Larne: Irish News

Petrol bomb attack was 'hate crime': Ballymena Times

Family 'disappointed' with report findings: Coleraine Times

Get McGuinness – British handlers gave 'all-clear' to take out Deputy First Minister: Sunday World
Jim McDowell

Sinn Féin seeks truth of UK government role in 'dirty war': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Bloody Sunday Para's granted judicial review: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Bloody Sunday – No arrests until soldiers' bid to stop murder probe is heard: BBC

Families not surprised by Bloody Sunday legal delays: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

'I was glad to be there' says UUP's Mary: Londonderry Sentinel

Judge me on next few months, says 'exhausted' Mairia Cahill: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Fleming

People cannot be compelled to feel an identity: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Adrian Johnston – 'Some still feel marginalised by the whole peace process': Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Evil in Paris self-same evil as manifest in Greysteel – Jim Allister: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Paris – Isis and IRA inspired by the same evil, says Allister: The News Letter

Europe must learn how to combat Isis menace modelled on Northern Ireland's Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Isis terrorists follow in the bloody footprints of other armed lunatics like IRA Provos: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

EU membership referendum will be UK-wide poll: Belfast Telegraph

Case for independence 'dead' – former SNP policy chief: The Scotsman

Poll – 55% of Scots want to stay in the EU but 43% of English back leaving (Nov 11): The Herald
Jill Castle

Monday, November 16

North deal must be done this week – Flanagan: Irish Independent
John Downing

Minister to deliver Stormont impasse update: Belfast Telegraph

Colum Eastwood – It's no done deal that I'll back Stormont pact: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

SDLP devotees have a new surge of hope in their hearts: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Unexpected coupling has its work cut out: Irish News
John Manley

Alasdair McDonnell's leading role should be to keep South Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Eastwood has the chance to take SDLP in a new direction: The News Letter

SDLP had no option but to oust Alasdair McDonnell: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Bruton queries SF's refusal to sit in Westminster after queen meeting: Irish Independent
Sarah MacDonald

Mystified and slightly disturbed by Irish American fundraising at Sinn Fein NYC dinner (Nov 11): Irish Voice/
John Spain

Sinn Féin demands DPP meeting over Nelson revelations: Irish News

Bradley backs Paul Quinn's family's campaign for justice: The News Letter

Safety of residents is key issue (Nov 13): Irish News

Terrorist groups are still recruiting children in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Smugglers use cell structures perfected by IRA: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Hoax sparks security alert at Sinn Fein headquarters in west Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Co Derry security alert ends after four days: Irish News
John Monaghan

The Anglo-Irish Agreement 30 years on: BBC

"From the consciousness of danger to the consciousness of peace" (Nov 14): The Irish Times
Charlie Flanagan

Pragmatism wins out ahead of conviction (Nov 14): The Irish Times
Robert Armstrong

Direct rule would mean return to Anglo Irish Agreement: The News Letter
Colin McCusker

Canal-bank conversation pivotal to shift in British-Irish relationship (Nov 14): The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Unionists share some culpability for Anglo Irish Agreement: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Intense rivalry extended north (Nov 14): The Irish Times
Martin Mansergh

Irish American diaspora shows way to solve conflicts--The Guardian: Irish Voice/
Jane Walsh

Stakeknife killings followed a brutal pattern (Nov 14): Irish News
Allison Morris

Political instability is the 'main barrier to growth' in Northern Ireland (Nov 11): Belfast Telegraph

Remembrance should not be used to air grievances: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Five reasons why it is hard to be a Nordie: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Sea of green – How Northern Ireland have progressed as much off the pitch as they have on it: Irish Post
Garry Doyle

The first rule of politics – if the voters need reassurance, then reassure them (Nov 15): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Children in Northern Ireland must learn together (Nov 10): Belfast Telegraph
Baroness Blood

Barrister Dad slams school law discriminating against non-baptised children (Nov 6): Irish Mirror
James Ward

Atheist group calls for religious equality in Irish schools (Nov 14): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

Schools should teach Irish values, which are historically Christian (Nov 9): Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Watch out for moves to curtail freedom of information (Oct 14): Irish News
Brian Feeney

'Brexit' to be discussed at Irish, British talks: RTE

David McNarry should sort out problems closer to home: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Laurence Robertson MP, co-chair of British Irish Parliamentary Assembly: Irish News
Laurence Robertson

Will England always be an obstacle to a federal UK? (Nov 14): The Herald
Magnus Gardham


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