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Wednesday, November 30

'We'll back open border for Ireland regardless of our own Brexit deal' – Nicola Sturgeon makes historic address to Seanad Eireann: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

'Celtic corridor of the Republic, Northern Ireland and Scotland' idea appeals to Nicola Sturgeon: Belfast Telegraph
Colm Kelpie

Sturgeon confirms Scottish talks on free abortions for Northern Irish women: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Rock star welcome for Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Arlene Foster would be 'concerned' if plans for exiting EU had been finalised: The News Letter
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Arlene Foster lacks Ian Paisley's independent streak: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Sinn Féin chief Gerry Adams in united Ireland pledge to Orange Order: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Evangelical Christian group 'warmly welcomes' visit by Pope Francis: Irish News
Claire Simpson

St Anne's Cathedral 'receptive' to hosting Belfast service with Pope Francis: Irish News
John Monaghan

Why Pope will be welcomed to Northern Ireland by all people of faith – even if his message falls on deaf liberal ears: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

How pope's Ireland visit could boost post-Brexit unity drive: Crux
Austen Ivereigh

Arlene Foster is right to meet the Pope if he visits Northern Ireland: The News Letter

The 2018 visit of Pope Francis to Ireland offers a chance to heal: The Irish Times

State's role must reflect Ireland as it is – Pope Francis to visit in 2018: Irish Examiner

Pope will visit a much more secular Ireland: Irish Independent

All Irish citizens should have vote: Mid Ulster Mail

Police should have told me about UVF murder plot, Brian Feeney says: Irish News
Allison Morris

Gary Haggarty – Files give remarkable insight into UVF extortion racket: Irish News
Allison Morris

Newton tried to get PSNI money for Charter NI before he was Assembly Speaker: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Keystone Cops moment as Belfast UDA boss Coleman flees police on the Shankill (Nov 28): The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Six released over paramilitary shootings probe in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

IRA accused linked to DNA evidence found at car bomb site in Newry: The Irish Times

Court hears IRA man hid explosive device components in Maynooth University: Sunday World

Gerry Adams again states was given names by Brian Stack's son: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Adams under pressure from Sinn Féin colleagues after murder link: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Cormac McQuinn

Gerry Adams under fire as IRA victim's son denies revealing names of suspects: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Micheál Martin asks Taoiseach to meet Gerry Adams over IRA murder suspects letter: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Pub bombs funding – Ministerial buck-passing has been dizzying: Birmingham Mail
Marc Reeves

Signs point to RUC link in U.S. citizen's death: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Ruth Davidson – Jeremy Corbyn And John McDonnell Wanted IRA To Wi: Huffington Post
Martha Gill

MLA "disgusted" by IRA badge being sold on eBay: Belfast Live
Chris Sherrard

Hazzard highlights commitment to Irish language road safety education: Newry Times

Hazzard to explore Londonderry-Dublin rail link: The News Letter

Belfast Briefing – North vs South on matters of tax: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Givan should protest about Fifa response to remembrance display: The News Letter
Jim Allister

Fifa should throw the book at the SFA over poppies: The Herald
David Leask

Welsh UKIP politician suggests Ireland could access EU funds for Welsh motorway works:
Stephen McNeice

The United Kingdom that is united in name only: Irish Examiner
Gordon Brown

South Antrim MLA leads Sinn Féin delegation to meet Palestinian representatives in Istanbul: Newtownabbey Times

No time scheduled for Dáil to mark death of Fidel Castro, Sinn Féin complain: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Tuesday, November 29

Pope on course for historic visit to Northern Ireland: Daily Telegraph
John Bingham

McGuinness sees no prospect of Pope not coming to NI: ITV

Arlene Foster vows to meet Pope Francis during expected Northern Ireland visit: Belfast Telegraph

Free Presbyterians 'will protest' Pope's visit: The News Letter

Pope Francis visit north would be hugely significant: Irish News

Opposition must abandon coalition system, Allister tells TUV conference: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Dodds attacks 'vacuum' in united Ireland thinking: The News Letter

Jim Allister's key aide – I was followed into a lift by a bomber: The News Letter

McGuinness is making the best of a tough hand: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Sinn Féin seek reconciliation, yet they insist it can only be achieved in a united Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

SF's difficult 'psychological' conversation needs to be with its own voters: The News Letter
Alex Kane

#IinformedThePSNI trend hits Twitter in response to Belfast leaflets as loyalist questions their origin: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Six men are arrested in west Belfast over paramilitary-style shootings: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Man jailed for role in Ardoyne paramilitary shooting: ITV

IRA man 'caught with explosives' days before visit by Prince Charles:
Alison O'Riordan

'No income' councillor granted legal aid over July 12 parade charges: Coleraine Times

'Racketeer was on way to meeting with police': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Loyalist Winston Rea facing trial over murders of workmen: The News Letter

Days of families of IRA victims being dismissed as footnotes are over: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Operation Banner was flawed, but it enabled Northern Ireland to escape civil war: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Winston 'Winkie' Rea to be charged over 1991 murder of two Catholic workmen: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

SDLP says Eames and Bradley set benchmark: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Adams names Sinn Féin figures in email to Garda chief on murder: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Birmingham pub bombings coroner backs victims' families in legal representation fight: Daily Telegraph
Tom Ough

Pub bombings – dare we believe justice is finally on the way?: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

MPs will debate Libya-IRA cash in new year – Empey: The News Letter

Row over commemoration of Limerick Republican hero: Limerick Leader
Donal O'Regan

Councils report steep decline in cross-border fuel laundering: Irish Examiner
Noel Baker

DUP veteran hits out at praise for Fidel Castro: The News Letter

Comparisons with John Paul II's 1979 tour – but some are less welcoming: Irish Independent
Patrick Kelleher

Brexit vote highlights need for Irish reunification, says SF MEP: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Republic could afford united Ireland, says Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brexit gives unique chance to push for unification, says Adams launching paper: Belfast Telegraph

Passport applications from UK 'likely' to rise by more than 50%: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Project Fear goes on! Now ex-Irish PM tells Brits to CHANGE their minds over Brexit: Daily Express
Joe Barnes

'The UK government's interpretation of Brexit vote is undemocratic': Irish Independent
Margaret Donnelly

Ireland, do the UK a favour – refer Brexit to Europe: The Irish Times
Jolyon Maugham

Sturgeon says UK must secure temporary deal with rest of EU: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Sinn Féin calls for an all-island soccer team: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Aogan O Fearghail says GAA should keep 'open mind' on keeping with anthem and tricolour: Irish Mirror
Pat Nolan

Why Brexit could lead to Scotland losing its devolution: The Herald
Marianne Taylor

Sturgeon tells Dublin Brexit could 'free Scotland': The News Letter

Monday, November 28

No Brexit outcome talk in letters between British Embassy and Irish government: Irish News
John Monaghan

TUV leader Jim Allister – 'no backsliding on Brexit': The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Scottish first minister Nicola Sturgeon visits Dublin: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Ireland on edge over Brexit, Trump: Boston Herald
Steve Coronella

Jim Allister – I would have voted for Trump despite his flaws and Robinson's demise was poetic justice (Nov 26): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

North heading for a nuclear disaster: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

It is time to talk about Irish unity: Irish News
Gerry Adams

Why we must overcome the sectarianism which stains Belfast and stunts progress (Nov 23): Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Threat posed to State by republican subversives 'tangible': Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

PSNI blast 'cowardly' anti-police Union flag leaflets: The News Letter

Report scathing on NI help for ex-servicemen: The News Letter

Fresh inquests into victims of Birmingham pub bombings to get under way: Belfast Telegraph

Paddy Hill the stage show: blunt, uncomfortable – and the police probably won't want you to see it (Nov 21): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

McGurk's Bar relatives urge PSNI chief to attend anniversary: Irish News
Connla Young

Cuban flag raised over Free Derry Corner: Derry Journal

Gerry Adams to travel to Cuba for Fidel Castro's funeral: Irish Independent
Catherine Devine

DUP attacks Sinn Féin for meeting Palestinian militant group Hamas: Irish Independent
Noel McAdam

If you are going to ban poppy, ban football anti-racism campaign, says DUP's Gregory Campbell (Nov 24): Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

FIFA urged to drop disciplinary action against Scotland and England for poppy displays: The Herald

Republic's government reverting to Fine Gael 'type' (Nov 23): Irish News
Jim Gibney

Church's backlash blocks change in religion classes: Irish Independent
Katherine Donnelly

Scotland stands to gain 'significant powers' from Brexit, claims minister: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

RT Davies – 'Reality' call for Welsh Government Brexit role: BBC

Theresa May must show she is listening to regions on Brexit concerns (Nov 26): Irish News

The Guardian view on English devolution – a lack of cross-party legitimacy: The Guardian

Sunday, November 27

Jim Allister vows to fight on as he attempts to rally TUV: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Jim Allister – The 'angry man' of politics on why brickbats don't bother him, how he (eventually) wooed his wife and what he does to get away from it all (Nov 25): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Nationalist anger at Arlene may become a problem for Sinn Féin (Nov 26): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Top Canadian diplomat in appeal for 'sensitivity' over Brexit and border: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Flyers threatening 'PSNI informers' posted in East Belfast: Belfast Live
Gillian Anderson

Jail warders were scum, says Belfast UDA boss and Charter NI chief Dee Stitt (Nov 24): The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Giving public money to paramilitaries has to end (Nov 21): Irish News
Tom Kelly

The nasty party: Belfast Media
Andrée Murphy

Stakeknife probe 'will look at IRA role': The News Letter

Library of Birmingham to be lit up in memory of pub bombings victims (Nov 15): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

PSNI still not tested regularly for fitness despite 2014 promise (Nov 23): Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Council demands votes for all Irish citizens in Presidential elections but unionists say it's pointless and Donnelly says it's partitionist: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Northern Ireland 'future-proofed' against abuse of low corporation tax rate: Belfast Telegraph
Rachel Martin

UK move to slash tax rate 'a real concern' (Nov 23): Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Controversial Stormont aide Stephen Brimstone quits £92,000 post for job in private sector: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Hypocritical Sinn Féin always plays the blame game: Sunday Independent
Willie O'Dea

Peter Robinson unaware of Cushnahan 'fixer fee': Belfast Telegraph
Cormac McQuinn

United Ireland would mean huge job cuts for Northern Ireland... says the academic hailed by Sinn Féin (Oct 24): Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Castro was 'a visionary who will be sadly missed' – MLA: Derry Journal

SF man is considering a Famine memorial at Stormont: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Failure of bill to deal with baptism school barrier is criticised (Nov 18): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

State warned against funding cuts to Catholic schools (Oct 27): Irish Catholic
Paul Keenan

Tariffs could be crucial issue for Ireland in hard-Brexit (Nov 24): The Irish Times

It's obvious who should pay for the Buckingham Palace revamp: The Spectator
Martin Vander Weyer

Drunk fisherman fined for shouting "up the RA" at police and accusing Northern Irish cop of being in the UDA (Nov 23): Scottish Daily Record
Colin Rutherford

Saturday, November 26

Taoiseach has 'no intention' of holding a border poll, saying Brexit is enough to deal with: Irish Mirror
David Young

'Brexit deal not possible in two years' – Kenny: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

PM 'should have been at Brexit talks' – McGuinness: ITV

Scottish First Minister and Taoiseach hold discussions before Dublin trip: Belfast Telegraph

First ministers clash over separate Brexit deal for Scotland: The Guardian
Steven Morris, Libby Brooks and Henry McDonald

Northern Ireland's very distinct, bespoke needs must be addressed – Brexit Advisory Panel chair (Nov 23): Belfast Telegraph
Ken Brundle

Arlene escapes being quizzed on heating fiasco: Irish News
Newton Emerson

If TUV is a one-man band, can it survive without Jim Allister around?: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

David McNarry – Why I stormed out of the BBC Talkback studio: The News Letter

Jude Collins on the Talkback row – 'The Orange Order has been divisive': The News Letter
Jude Collins

Northern Ireland needs to embrace the Military Covenant: The News Letter

UK impunity 101: Belfast Media
Andrée Murphy

There's little festive joy for those who've suffered in the Troubles: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

Fidel Castro was a strong supporter of Irish hunger strikers and Bobby Sands: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

Gaeltacht Quarter in line for special economic status (Nov 23): Belfast Media
Evan Short

Rectors reject portrayal of Protestantism as 'watered down Catholicism' (Oct 28): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

IRA member suspect in 'attempt to bomb Shell HQ' at just 16:
Ken Foy

Sinn Féin is tilting at windmills: The Irish Times

Paul Givan – DUP sports minister's first appearance on GAA pitch: BBC
Mark Simpson

McClean withstands peer-pressure: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Palestine protest sees five HP printers handed back – Sinn Féin reject 'stunt politics', DUP wants the printers: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Time for the Brits to Ditch the United Kingdom and Its Monarchy?: CounterPunch
Kenneth Surin

Welsh First Minister rejects 'unworkable' Nicola Sturgeon plan for separate Scottish Brexit deal: Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Second independence referendum restrictions recommended in wake of Brexit vote: The Herald

Angry Brexit voters 'could form Trump-like nationalist movement', warns former Chancellor Alistair Darling: The Independent
Andrew Grice

Theresa May confirms tax will be deployed as a key play in wake of Brexit (Nov 22): The Irish Times

Buckingham Palace £370m refurb 'a bargain' at £6 per person says DUP's Jim Wells (Nov 21): Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Buckingham Palace – Petition calls on Royal Family to pay for £369m refit (Nov 21): The Independent
Peter Walker

Friday, November 25

Kenny says Brexit could bring about united Ireland: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Kenny – I don't want to see the North wait 20 years for access to the EU: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Philip Ryan

Michéal Martin – North must have special status post-Brexit: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Ireland and Scotland to join forces on Brexit approach: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

'Government must do all in its power to avoid a hard border' – Border Communities Against Brexit: Newry Times

Poland recognises 'unique position of Ireland' on Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

North parties agree Brexit practicalities not strategy: Village
Marisa McGlinchey

'Heading for retirement? They wish.' TUV's Jim Allister dismisses Arlene Foster remark: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Colum and Mike assure us things go better with Coke: Irish News
Alex Kane

Twaddell closure won't free up police officers after all: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Troubles victims – More than £30m of funding opens: BBC

Councillor suspended after getting picture taken in Council Chamber with tricolour and Palestinian flag: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Padraig McShane says he will fight council suspension in courts: Irish News
Connla Young

Mother pleads with INLA to lift death threat against son: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Loyalist Community Council warns – Don't snub us over legacy issues panel: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

State cannot escape its responsibilty over Finucane, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Ombudsman backs claims of RUC assault on Catholic man: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Relief of RUC victim's wife truth now out: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

War of words over pub bombings inquest: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Army just muddled through Northern Ireland Troubles without a plan, says general: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Belfast Airport boss criticises Tourism Ireland: BBC
Stephen Walker

Robinson 'flatly contradicts' McGuinness on Project Eagle: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Peter Robinson declines to appear before PAC: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Nama – Arlene Foster urged to intervene after Peter Robinson 'flatly contradicts' Martin McGuinness: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Nama – Sacking adviser Frank Cushnahan 'would have stoked political tensions': Irish News
Brian Hutton

SF TD accuses Government of 'running scared' on neutrality referendum: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Anger grows over Fifa's probe into Northern Ireland poppy tributes – 'unfair, shameful and outrageous': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

'Nonsense Fifa probe must end': The News Letter

Royal British Legion slams Fifa investigation into Wales fans wearing poppies during World Cup Qualifying clash against Serbia: Scottish Sun
John Hutchinson

FIFA poppy ruling is payback from discredited organisation and Northern Ireland is collateral damage: Belfast Telegraph
Jim Gracey

Thursday, November 24

Martin McGuinness – Unionism has 'psychological problem with reconciliation': BBC
Gareth Gordon

Political consensus needed to deliver results for victims: Irish News
Allison Morris

Sinn Féin's idea of reconciliation 'fatally flawed': The News Letter

Top Brexit adviser in call for coherent plan from Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ireland very exposed to hard Brexit – ESRI: Irish Examiner
Eamon Quinn

Brexiteers know that a post-EU UK will not be as they said it would be: The News Letter
Margaret Ritchie

Walking into the trap of the Sinn Féin numbers game: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Jim Allister – I regret sitting with UDA and UVF representatives: The News Letter
Sam McBride

No change at Parades Commission 'frustrates' Orange Order chiefs: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Cross community interface conference called off – after participants fail to agree on a neutral venue: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Significant risks remain at Maghaberry Prison, say inspectors: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

'New IRA' bomb stored in attic after failed attempt to kill police, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Failure to address legacy of past has toxic impact, says Victims Commissioner: Belfast Telegraph

Report adds 'weight' to claims RUC officers involved in fatal assault: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Kieran Conway – Ex-IRA member 'should be extradited to UK': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Families' lawyers to attend Birmingham pub bombs inquests despite legal aid row: Belfast Telegraph

Cameron 'right to rule out Finucane public inquiry': The News Letter

Lorraine McCausland – Fresh appeal over murder of woman in 1987: BBC

Son of man cleared of Omagh bombing admits explosives charge: Irish News

Military veterans continue their fight for equal rights: Ulster Star

East Derry more concerned about fate of cross-border bodies than anywhere in the North: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Adams calls on Taoiseach to inform British that Carlingford Lough is not under their jurisdiction:

Common British-Irish travel area 'can survive' Brexit: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

'America First' policy may trump Northern Ireland's special relationship with US: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran McGonagle

Taoiseach says Donald Trump is 'interested' in a visit to Ireland: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Planned corporation tax cut attracting overseas money, says Invest NI head: Belfast Telegraph

Promise by British prime minister to cut corporation tax just isn't believable: Irish Independent
Richard Curran

Money spent on Buckingham Palace's upkeep is well spent: The News Letter

Be prepared for a post-Brexit ID card system: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Fifa poppy ban – Disciplinary action opened against Wales and Northern Ireland after 'fans were wearing poppies': The Independent
Jack de Menezes

IFA will 'robustly defend' Fifa poppy disciplinary charges: The News Letter

Football crazy – Fifa's disciplinary proceedings: Irish Examiner

Historic treasure trove of Assembly artefacts languishing in storage: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

A desperate plan hatched in the shadow of Brexit: The Herald

MP killer may have used Troubles reference to study murder 'methodology': Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Wednesday, November 23

Northern Ireland Brexit split widens as Sinn Féin's McGuinness calls for consent motion: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Irish government has a duty to represent best interests of all Irish citizens in Brexit negotiations – Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph

Secretary of State slammed for Parades Commission decision: The News Letter

Stormont an extraordinarily extravagant county council: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Why both DUP and Sinn Féin must stop cosying up to dangerous people (Nov 21): Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Fresh Start may be limited but it is holding up surprisingly well (Nov 17): Irish News
Newton Emerson

The cost of reunification? Ireland can no longer afford the cost of partition...:
M?irt?n ? Muilleoir

Naomi Long said nothing about cancer during flag protest 'because I didn't want anyone to think I was seeking sympathy': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Shooting survivor – 'It's high time politicians gave Troubles pension to victims': The News Letter

Moment besotted English penpal wed police killer in Northern Ireland jail and tore her family apart: Belfast Telegraph
Patricia Devlin

Jail weddings – why they deserve a cold reception from all decent people: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

End of road for rusting Troubles gates tarnishing the Golden Mile: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Bill to pay IRA victims from Libyan assets passes Lords: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Daniel Rooney killing – 'Object of interest' found in exhumation: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Father of drug overdose man Darren Taylor was shot dead by soldiers in 1978: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth and Claire Simpson

Glenanne gang bomber named accomplices, court told: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Charity CD is launched to marked 42nd anniversary of Birmingham pub bombings (Nov 14): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Killer Michael Stone's Stormont attack was inevitable, his biographer says: Irish News
Martin Dillon

Foyle's British whether we like it or not – CFCE: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Labour MP who reignited territorial row says UK has no Lough Foyle claim: Irish News
John Manley

Mid Ulster Council to discuss 'presidential vote': Tyrone Times

Gay cake case set for the highest court in UK: Irish Independent
Alan Erwin

Shamrock reprise – Trump will meet Kenny at White House: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Kenny says Pence clarified what Trump said on immigrants: The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

Taoiseach criticised for "gushing tweet" and manner towards Trump and Pence:
Rónán Duffy

Kenny should hold his tongue on Pence: Mayo News
George Hook

Independent Alliance seeks free vote on neutrality: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

'The Neutrality Bill would exclude Ireland from being an active supporter of perpetual war':
Roger Cole

Scotland can veto Brexit, says think tank: The Herald
Marianne Taylor

Basque audience 'surprised by legitimisation of NI terror' (Nov 21): The News Letter

Gerry Carlile – 'For a boy from the Falls Road to end up dealing with Rangers has made an interesting journey for me': Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Tuesday, November 22

Troubles victims should get special pension payments, campaigners claim: Belfast Telegraph

Success of dealing with past will not hinge on national security 'veto': Irish News
James Brokenshire

Victims and the peace process: The News Letter
Henry Patterson

Sinn Féin and DUP Brexit tension could hinder all-Ireland solution: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – SDLP publishes 150 questions for NI Executive: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Tycoon – DUP demanded £30,000 a month to back my Brexit campaign: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Arron Banks – DUP 'strongly denies' Brexit funding claims: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Deal on transition period after Brexit vital for Ireland: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

Theresa May's retreat from Brexit 'cliff edge' may cushion Ireland: The Irish Times
Joe Brennan

We're not into gimmicks or grandstanding, just ministers getting on with their work: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness

Yet another kind of pantomime: Irish News
Fionnuala O'Connor

Fighting talk, but Foster and McGuinness duck some of the big issues: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Speaker apologises over Charter NI question: ITV

Charter NI controversy should not overshadow positive contribution by loyalist paramilitary figures – Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph

Review of Charter NI saga urgently needed: Irish News

Priest's proposal for a Troubles memorial by old loyalist camp site: The News Letter

Loyalist victim's family reject plans for Belfast Troubles memorial: Irish News
Connla Young

Priest targeted in sectarian attack thanks Protestant clergy for support: Irish News
Allison Morris

Police arrest 81 people linked to illegal republican parade in Lurgan: Lurgan Mail

Pictured – Smiling cop-killer marries bride behind bars: Irish Independent
Patricia Devlin and Jonny Bell

Smiling killer of PSNI Constable Stephen Carroll pictured at his wedding behind bars: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Female warder bound with sticking tape to chair by laughing inmates at Maghaberry jail: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Horrific hammer assault is linked to INLA drugs row:
Ken Foy

Judgment reserved in Glenanne gang legal challenge: ITV

Detective makes vow over disputed Military Reaction Force killing: The News Letter

Investigation – Killusion: Village
Deirdre Younge

Birmingham bomb victims' families 'being held to ransom' over legal funding: Belfast Telegraph

Pub bombing victims to be given posthumous Freedom of the City of Birmingham (Nov 21): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Birmingham bombings victims' families seek Hillsborough-style legal funding: Irish News
Richard Vernalls

Birmingham Pub Bombings – Watch as hundreds gather at memorial service for victims (Nov 21): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards and Isolde Walters

Daniel Rooney – PSNI officer says Army death exhumation 'very complex case': BBC

Family relief after MoD admits Manus Deery was innocent: Derry Journal

Ruling is reserved on whether to report RUC officers over Pearse Jordan shooting: The News Letter

Republic of Ireland number plate found in debris of car bomb, court hears: Sunday World

Sinn Féin slammed after setting up screening of Bobby Sands film in European Parliament: The News Letter
Graeme Cousins

Britannia seeks to rule Irish waves: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Scotland's offer to give abortions to Northern Irish women shames Stormont: The Guardian
Patrick Corrigan

May vows to cut corporate tax to compete with US: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Scottish claim of right to be used in Brexit case against UK government: The Guardian
Severin Carrell and Owen Bowcott

With PM who doesn't want Brexit, all bets are off about what happens next: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Monday, November 21

Britain is trying to 'repeal the 20th century', claims Martin: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Former Ulster Unionist MP backs Micheal Martin over his anxiety about the impact of Brexit on the Irish Republic: Belfast Telegraph

First and Deputy First Minister vow to just 'get on with the work' with 'no gimmicks': Irish News
Arlene Foster and Martin McGuinness

Brokenshire in stormy waters: Irish News

Provo killers owe closure to families of 'Disappeared' (Nov 18): Irish Independent

Secretary of State James Brokenshire under spotlight over legacy issues: Irish News
John Manley

Co-opted Sinn Féin councillor stayed on SIF group as community representative: Irish News
John Manley

PSNI officer's killer set to wed in Maghaberry jail: Irish Independent

Pat Finucane Centre newspaper advert urges victims to fill in Fresh Start 'blanks': Irish News
Allison Morris

Why Labour supports families of the Birmingham pub bombing victims (Oct 17): Birmingham Mail
Richard Burgon

Pub bombings – Paddy Hill stage show heads for Birmingham: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Interview with Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair: Sunday World
Paula Mackin

Council plans 12-week consultation for Carnlough Easter Rising stone: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Kilmainham Gaol a 'sacred place', says Archbishop Martin (Oct 24): The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

After two days, Stormont's 'no comment' on bid to get major event to Belfast: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Cliftonville chairman Gerard Lawlor subjected to verbal abuse at Windsor Park: Irish News
John Monaghan

Eastwood's claim to moral high ground rings hollow when it comes to abortions (Nov 18): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Ireland's last priests are a lost tribe: The Irish Times
Brendan Hoban

Vice President Pence will be invited to visit Tubbercurry: Sunday Independent

Donald Trump joins a long line of backtracking politicians: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

The Irish-American vote – fifty years a-growing: (from the Ulster Herald)
Peter Kelly

Ireland has no equivalent to out-of-touch Washington elites (Nov 12): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

We cannot afford to pay the Queen's repair bill: The Herald
Marianne Taylor

Sunday, November 20

Sinn Féin and DUP threaten Irish Brexit deal: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan and Wayne O'Connor

Brexit is the biggest challenge of our times: Drogheda Independent

Uncertainty and anxiety now rule US politics: (from the Ulster Herald)
Peter Kelly

The old-school Irish-American certainties are in the grave: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Greetings to Stormont from Washington, DC – now stay home and put your own house in order: Belfast Telegraph
Michael HC McDowell

Ireland's strategy on Trump correct: Sunday Independent

Consultation launched over extension of non-jury trials in Northern Ireland (Nov 16): Belfast Telegraph

PSNI's inaction over UDA leaves it open to ridicule (Nov 19): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Final death knell for NI21 as party is dissolved (Nov 3): The News Letter

Sinn Féin's Declan Kearney calls for "mutual respect and a shared culture of commemoration": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Belfast republican memorial to be investigated by Housing Executive: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Dismay over sectarian attacks (Nov 15): Irish News

German trial for suspect in IRA strike: The Kerryman
Simon Brouder

It's good that our religious leaders take time to pray for politicians, but they need to talk to them as well (Nov 17): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Moving back to Northern Ireland, I now appreciate my Irishness and Britishness (Nov 12): The Irish Times
Kylie Noble

Johnny Adair opens up about the death of his son Jonathan in a bid to warn people about the dangers of drugs: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Nama North deal investors sought passports: Sunday Independent
Ronald Quinlan

Catholic priests in Ireland – A 'lost tribe' (Nov 18): The Irish Times

Far-right party's launch is cancelled (Nov 17): Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Mrs Windsor should pay her own bills: Sunday Herald

Republican John McDonnell backs £370m restoration of Buckingham Palace: Independent on Sunday
Arj Singh

Hostility to Gaelic has no place in Scotland, says Deputy First Minister John Swinney (Oct 19): Scottish Daily Record
Andrew Ferguson

Saturday, November 19

'Best Brexit talks yet', say Enda Kenny and Arlene Foster: Irish Examiner
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Martin McGuinness equivocal over whether he's discussed special status plan with Arlene Foster: Irish News
John Manley

Brexit – Foster agrees to more cross-border meetings: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

NI leaders and Taoiseach pledge to get best Brexit deal: ITV

Northern Ireland campaigner to challenge Brexit in supreme court: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Winter is coming... but relations are thawing with the Houses of the North: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Criticising the EU is now a sin in Ireland: Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Referendum caddy simply wasn't unionists' cup of tea: Belfast Telegraph

Nothing to lose from talking about Brexit: Irish Independent

'I don't accept that the whole of Lough Foyle is under UK jurisdiction' – Foreign Affairs Minister: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

'Arrogant' UK Foyle claim torpedoed: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Lough Foyle dispute 'needs to be resolved together': The News Letter

Brokenshire sails into choppy waters with Lough Foyle ownership comments: Londonderry Sentinel

Flags and parades body's 'independent' chairman is DUP appointee to SIF group: Irish News
John Manley

Donald Trump could make Sinn Féin ally Peter King counter-terror chief in White House: Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Donald Trump's sister supported IRA fight for Irish unity in case she handled: Irish Voice/
James Wilson

Dee Stitt saga proving an embarrassment to the executive: Irish News

'The Disappeared' – Kevin McKee and Seamus Wright 'shot in the head': BBC

We need closure for Disappeared families: Belfast Telegraph

Authorities told 'wise up and act' over IRA lawyer Kieran Conway: The News Letter

The Brits Have Their War Dead, We Have Bobby Sands: CounterPunch
Aidan O'Brien

Teen shot dead by MRF in 1972 to be exhumed in legacy probe: ITV

Stormont heads back Social Investment Fund as opposition politicians urge review: Belfast Telegraph

Anger after Daily Express confuses Ireland and Northern Ireland on Brexit tea caddy: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Mick Wallace has 'no evidence' for claims of malpractice – Nama: The Irish Times
Barry O'Halloran

'A5 and A6 remain key projects' – McCartney: Derry Journal

SNP's Sturgeon told to butt out after abortion row 'invite' to Northern Ireland women: Belfast Telegraph
Ann W Schmidt

The National Party – Vile fantasies we can't ignore (Nov 18): Irish Examiner

Friday, November 18

Brexit revives territorial dispute between UK and Ireland over Lough Foyle: Irish Mirror
Brian Hutton

Brexit – 'No iron curtain at Irish border' expert says: BBC
John Campbell

MLAS' Brexit legal challenge referred to Supreme Court: The News Letter

Kenny and Foster's engagements are like the weather – chilly: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

A year after Stormont House, Willie Hay describes paramilitaries as leeches still begging off their own communities: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Consultation on new Easter Rising memorial for Carnlough: The News Letter
Victoria Leonard

Memorial to IRA murder victims vandalised: The News Letter

Outrage over racist attacks: Irish News

Jennifer McCann steps down as MLA: Belfast Media
Ciara Quinn

Henry Reilly quits TUV just a year after joining: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Foster refuses to back call for UDA leader to step down from charity: ITV

UDA chief Dee Stitt handed final written warning by Charter NI board over homeland security comments: Belfast Telegraph

'Iron Lady' of unionism made to look weak by defiant UDA boss: Irish News
Allison Morris

Order and bands form new joint partnership: The News Letter

Woman (57) who threatened to bomb Michael D Higgins if he visited England receives suspended sentence: Irish Independent
Sonya McLean and Fiona Ferguson

Northern Ireland Secretary of State James Brokenshire seeks progress on legacy issues: Belfast Telegraph

Inquests into two 'Disappeared' to open in Dublin 44 years after their deaths: Daily Express

'The day they took my brother they took my mother too': Irish Examiner
David Young

Family of IRA 'Disappeared' man Wright plead for information: The Irish Times
Louise Roseingrave

Alliance call for Irish language role at city council: The News Letter

TDs hit out at 'hands-off' McGuinness over Project Eagle deal: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Nama deal – Law firm 'told Cerberus it could access NI Executive': BBC
John Campbell

TD Mick Wallace raises fresh allegations around controversial €1.4bn Project Eagle sale: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Frank Cushnahan was peddling Nama assets overseas, parliament told: The News Letter

Christian campaigner Simon Calvert calls for law change after Ashers gay cake case 'mistake': Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Scotland could offer Northern Irish women access to free abortions: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Diaspora want their voices heard – so why must they fall silent at the ballot box?: Irish Independent
Theresa Reidy

Can Brexit lessons be learned from Scandinavian neighbours?: BBC

The UK as we know it can't survive Brexit and Trump: The Guardian
Gerry Hassan

FIFA under fire as Scotland face points deduction in disciplinary action over wearing poppies: The Herald
Martin Williams

Thursday, November 17

Claim Brexit can't be triggered without consent of Northern Ireland public a fantasy, court hears: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Foster won't attend any future All-Ireland forums on dealing with Brexit: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Colm Kelpie

Northern Ireland must be given special status within the EU: The Irish Times
Gerry Adams

You know we're in trouble when Ireland is better prepared than the British for UK's exit from EU: Irish Independent
John Downing

All Arlene Foster is learning in office is arrogance: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Time to stop blaming Foster and boost Brexit co-operation: Irish Independent
Brendan Keenan

Government welcomes 'significant progress made' since Fresh Start Agreement: Belfast Telegraph

Brokenshire hails progress of 'Fresh Start': The News Letter

Deal that promised much delivers little: Irish News
John Manley

Five judges deliberate on policing of flag protests: Belfast Telegraph
Cathy Gordon

Children 'dressed in IRA uniforms marched through Belfast on Remembrance Sunday': The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Children in paramilitary uniform is a bad idea... however you dress it up: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Dee Stitt – McGuinness calls on loyalist CEO to reconsider position: BBC

Arlene Foster on UDA boss Dee Stitt 'stepping down': The News Letter

Political leadership found wanting in funding scandal: Irish News
Allison Morris

Catholic grammar school embroiled in bitter spat over RAF recruitment tweet: Belfast Live
Chris Kilpatrick

Sinn Féin MLA talking 'nonsense' over RAF Loreto Grammar row: Belfast Telegraph
Ann W Schmidt

Irish government meet with 'Hooded Men': Lurgan Mail

Inquests into two Disappeared to open decades after their deaths: Belfast Telegraph

Son of Irish soldier killed by IRA gives testimony to MPs: The News Letter

Former Maze prison site could house air ambulance service: Belfast Telegraph

Ford dispute sees Presbyterian minister step aside: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Pro-gay marriage cake case to go before Supreme Court: Belfast Telegraph

Nama – McGuinness says Robinson 'excluded' him from sales process: BBC
John Campbell

Dispute over what Sinn Féin knew of Nama sale: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Ex-Nama adviser Cushnahan 'very close' to Peter Robinson: The Irish Times
Barry O'Halloran

Sinn Féin's Jennifer McCann steps down as MLA to take up new post: BBC

Protestants to attend republican anti-abortion meeting: Irish News
Connla Young

Welcome to Northern Ireland, where you can have any view that you like on abortion – just so long as it's pro (Oct 27): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Emigrants unlikely to have vote for 2018 Presidential election: The Irish Times
Ciara Kenny

'It's like Long Kesh without the watchtowers' – Gerry Adams on Mosney direct provision centre:
Garreth MacNamee

Torquay pub that refused to show Wales and Northern Ireland games because they didn't wear a poppy barraged with bizarre 1* reviews: The Guardian
Gemma Mullin

EU Commission reveals plans for 'travel tax' on British citizens after Brexit: The Independent
Joe Watts

Conspiracy theorists detect a crazed nationalist plot to turn Scotland into a kilt-wearing, freedom-screaming, Gaelic-speaking new world (Oct 23): Sunday Herald
Angela Haggerty

Wednesday, November 16

Arlene Foster rules out attending Kenny-hosted Brexit forums: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

NI First Minister will not attend Brexit forums despite meeting with Taoiseach: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Derry Brexit group visit hopes: Derry Journal

Brexit – Dissident republicans could benefit from loss of European Arrest Warrants: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Trust essential – Getting best Brexit deal: Irish Examiner

Petition calling for a united Ireland in light of Brexit is rejected:
Páraic Gallagher

Nationalist silence on PSNI recruitment is a disgrace: Irish News
Brian Feeney

David Ford seeking clarity over funds to tackle paramilitarism: Irish News
John Manley

Belfast City Hall – Challenge to flag-protest-policing ruling: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Councillor's flag photo breached council code of conduct: BBC
Sara Girvin

Loyalist supergrass Gary Haggarty reveals UVF plotted to raid PSNI station for weapons: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

Loyalist Dee Stitt back at work as chief executive of Charter NI despite furore: Irish News
Allison Morris

DUP man calls for action over fresh IRA memorial: The News Letter

'Any attempt to remove memorial will be rejected': Derry Journal

We raise up statues to terrorists, but where is the memorial to victims?: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Sinn Féin protest over RAF cadets' grammar school visit: The News Letter

Paedo doctor threatened by terrorists: Sunday World
Patricia Devlin

Relatives of Mid Ulster victims of UVF welcome Ombudsman's collective inquiry: Irish News
Allison Morris

UVF victims featured in the supergrass trial could get multi-million pound compensation pay-out: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

London ad campaign challenges May's defence of army killings in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'Despicable and vile attack' on war memorial in Glenavy is condemned: Belfast Telegraph
Annamay McNally

Donald Trump's plan to cut US corporation tax 'could impact on Northern Ireland jobs': BBC
John Campbell

Martin McGuinness says he was 'in the dark' over Project Eagle: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy and Barry O'Halloran

Ex-Celtic star snapped with Real IRA: Sunday World

Ireland used as base to smuggle Ukrainians to UK: Irish Examiner
Sean O'Riordan

Brexit should bring devolution of more powers, council leaders say: Belfast Telegraph

SNP plan for Scotland to join EEA after Brexit 'creates trade barriers with England and EU': Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson

Parliament's Power Over Brexit (Nov 4): New York Times

Brexit – MPs hold queen to account (Nov 4): The Irish Times


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