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Tuesday, November 28

Sinn Féin rejects moves to resume Stormont talks: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Arlene Foster accuses Sinn Féin 'heavy brigade' of scuppering Stormont deal: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Former Policing Board vice chair calls for power to be restored: Irish News
Connla Young

Gerry Adams's hate campaign against the Protestants of Ulster shows no sign of slowing: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Will the Belfast Agreement go the way of Sunningdale?: The Irish Times
Noel Dorr

Political stalemate having negative impact on policing oversight: Irish News
Editorial

Brexit latest – Kate Hoey warns Ireland will "have to pay for" hard border: Belfast Live
Arj Singh

'They'll SUFFER!' Kate Hoey SLAMS Irish attempts to veto Brexit deal with Brussels: Daily Express
Aurora Bosotti

Brexit – DUP's Dodds lashes out over call for Northern Ireland to remain in customs union: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Dublin calls for NI customs split 'non-starter': The News Letter

Ireland won't need to veto Brexit trade talks, says Simon Coveney: The Times
John Walsh

No 10 says 'more work' needed on Border: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

British Irish Chamber of Commerce proposes new customs union with EU: BBC
John Campbell

Bertie Ahern – Ireland should take Theresa May 'at her word' on border pledge but both sides may have to 'turn a blind eye' to certain issues: Daily Telegraph
Jack Maidment

Election would hurt Irish in Brexit talks, say former foreign ministers: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Hard Brexit would hit 142 Irish cross-border agreements: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Sinn Féin chief O'Neill in challenge to EU City of Culture ban: Belfast Telegraph

Irish Border conundrum is an epic and perfect storm: The Scotsman
Lesley Riddoch

More delusions on the Irish border: Financial Times
Alan Beattie

The Irish question may yet save Britain from Brexit: The Guardian
Polly Toynbee

Could Brexit come unstuck because of the Irish border?: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

Blame Games: The Times
Editorial

Irish border row shows how detached from reality the UK Government is: Scottish Daily Record
Editorial

A general election nobody wants puts our Brexit negotiations at risk: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

DUP plays it straight with eye on London: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

With power shift to London, Dodds is the star of the show: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Tories not paying for DUP adviser, insists party: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Many Tory MPs 'hate' Theresa May, senior DUP figure claims: Daily Telegraph
Jack Maidment

DUP MP rounds on 'Twitter trolls' over father's gunrunning past: Belfast Telegraph

Theresa May is learning the true cost of her deal with the DUP: Financial Times
Sebastian Payne

Underneath the bonhomie at the DUP conference, there was an awareness of the big political challenges: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

DUP conference – If a week is a long time in politics, the last year must feel like an eternity for Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

DUP leaders strike the right tone at their conference: The News Letter
Editorial

SAS and army veterans to name IRA terrorists who escaped justice in new film: Birmingham Mail
Mike Lockley

Security force 'amnesty could breach human rights law': BBC
Mark Devenport

Families protest over proposed statute of limitations for Troubles killings: Belfast Telegraph

Republicans can say what they want, I believe the IRA was a terrorist group: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Derry councillor tells meeting that IRA killed his brother: Derry Now
Gareth Cross

Niece of gun victim tells of anger as IRA bomber Corry serves just four days: Belfast Telegraph
Emer O'Kelly

Irish Republican Socialist Party condemn attack on SDLP councillor's car: Derry Now

Arson attack SDLP councillor 'will not be deterred': BBC

Monday, November 27

Liam Fox – Northern Irish border cannot be settled until EU trade deal agree: The Guardian
Jessica Elgot, Daniel Boffey and Henry McDonald

British minister 'holding Border talks to ransom', says Irish MEP: Irish Independent
David Hughes and John Vale

Foster accuses Coveney of 'aggressive' behaviour over NI: The News Letter
David Young

Ireland denies threats but vows to remain 'resolute' over Brexit border row: Belfast Telegraph

'You need us!' Nigel Farage blasts Irish Prime Minister for trying to hold up Brexit talks: Daily Express
Chris Campbell

North-South Council 'should manage Border after Brexit': Irish Independent
John Downing

There's a big row over the Northern Ireland border after Brexit and this is what it's about: Daily Mirror
Dan Bloom

A time of crisis and challenge – Brexit and our constitutional future: Derry Journal
Colin Harvey

Ignorance of Irish history means Brexit talks will not end well: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

'A land border would be provocative and divisive while Stormont is suspended' (Nov 24): TheJournal.ie
Tom Clonan

EU views North as a new Berlin in Brexit talks: Irish Examiner
John Whelan

Foster: It's wrong to say Stormont didn't deliver – and I want it back: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Arlene Foster 'ready to legislate' for Irish language but warns that time is running out: Irish News
John Manley

Roars of approval as Nigel Dodds derides Sinn Féin: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Dodds prepares party for a future compromise with SF: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Emma Little-Pengelly says DUP always 'stood firm against terrorism': Irish News
John Manley

Tory deal ensured the DUP was on its best conference behaviour: Irish News
John Manley

DUP's flag waving will not break stalemate: Irish News
Editorial

The Unionists are British (Nov 23): Village
Desmond Fennell

Platform - Sinn Féin northern leader Michelle O'Neill: Irish News
Michelle O'Neill

Adams' long goodbye: Dundalk Argus

He Gave Peace a Chance: Jewish Press
Yonason Goldson

Abandon hope – Ballymurphy republicans never really retire (Nov 26): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Dublin government teeters on the brink over Garda controversy: The News Letter

It's hard to imagine a worse time for election: Irish Independent
Editorial

Dangerous tribalism resurrected – The possibility of an election: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Policing Board 'cannot exercise any of its functions': Irish News
Connla Young

'Derry has been treated like the poor relation for too long' – Eastwood slams British Government on failure to commit to City Deal for Derry (Nov 22): Derry Now

Brokenshire leads condemnation of arson attack on SDLP councillor's car: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Anger as IRA man released after four days in German jail: Irish Independent
Rebecca Black

Belfast Protestant cradles Catholic from the Sailortown as his life ebbs away after a UVF shooting – 14 years to the day later, his policeman brother was murdered by the IRA (Nov 24): Belfast Telegraph
George Larmour

Footage from France helped secure conviction in corporals' killings: Irish News
Allison Morris

Judges ramp up diplomatic efforts ahead of Brexit: The Irish Times
Conor Gallagher and Simon Carswell

Today's murals reflect growing diversity in Northern Ireland (Nov 18): National Catholic Reporter
Mary Ann Cejka

What's wrong with Richard Leonard supporting England? (Nov 23): The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Sunday, November 26

Arlene Foster writes to 27 EU leaders to categorically reject Northern Ireland staying in Customs Union: Independent on Sunday
Tom Peck

Theresa May's deputy tells the DUP – No border in the Irish Sea: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

Irish border question is 'non-negotiable', DUP's deputy leader Nigel Dodds warns Theresa May after speculation over post-Brexit sea frontier: Daily Mail
Charlie Bayliss

Phil Hogan – 'If NI remains in the EU customs union, there would be no border issue': TheJournal.ie
Hayley Halpin

Brexit – Ireland warns Britain over hard border with North: Deutsche Welle

Republic's European Commissioner calls on May to change course over border Brexit plan: The News Letter

Liam Fox – Northern Irish border cannot be settled until trade deal agreed: The Guardian
Jessica Elgot

A 'hi-tech' border would still be a hard border by another means: Sunday Independent
John Downing

How Leo Varadkar 'firestorm' could weaken Ireland's hand at Brexit summit: Sunday Telegraph
James Rothwell

Theresa May and Leo Varadkar couldn't care less about Northern Ireland in the Brexit negotiations: The Independent
Michael Hugh Walker

The Observer view of the Irish border farce and Brexit: The Observer
Editorial

'Northern Ireland is British and British it will remain' – Arlene Foster tells DUP conference Union 'is secure': Independent on Sunday
David Young

Arlene Foster – Time for Sinn Féin to 'get serious' about powersharing deal: The News Letter

'DUP want parity on Brexit but not people's rights' – Murphy: Newry Times

I went to the DUP Conference and what I found was disturbingly familiar – this is our new Ukip: Independent on Sunday
Tom Peck

DUP facing some hard realities for unionism: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

With Mary Lou in frame to be SF leader, the starting gun has been fired for next election: Sunday Independent
Kim Bielenberg

Gerry Adams made history, but Sinn Féin have only begun: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Tim Pat Coogan

Ireland didn't give 1974 Sunningdale deal a chance, says former diplomat (Nov 23): Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Channel 4 'sorry' over Black-ish IRA Shankill bomb joke (Nov 24): BBC

Records from Troubles made accessible to blind people (Nov 21): Belfast Telegraph

Willie O'Dea considers suing Sinn Féin MEP over 'perjurer' comment: Limerick Leader
Fintan Walsh

Tiernan Brady – The Fermanagh same sex marriage campaigner who helped Australian achieve yes vote: Impartial Reporter
Meadhbh Monahan

Compassion and compromise sorely lacking in same-sex marriage debate (Nov 18): Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Translator test leaves Gaeilge gap: The Sunday Times
Valerie Flynn

Albany friend to Ireland gets eulogy from across the sea: Albany Times Union
Brian Nearing

Aidan Turner set to play Irish paramilitary in West End play: Daily Express
Jack Teague with Dominique Hines

Brexit – All Leo's fault apparently (Nov 19): Sunday Independent
Brendan O'Connor

Welsh minister claims trade worth €65bn under threat if UK leaves single market (Nov 24): The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Saturday, November 25

DUP warns Theresa May that prospect of post-Brexit Irish Sea border is 'non-negotiable': Daily Telegraph
Laura Hughes

Irish prime minister 'should get a grip' on Brexit, DUP MPs say: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Report suggests 'low friction' Brexit border solution: BBC
John Campbell

Mike Russell calls on Scotland and Ireland to deepen ties as Brexit looms: The National (Scotland)
Kathleen Nutt

Hain blasts government flip-flop on Northern Ireland staying in customs union: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Irish border must be Brexit-ready now says customs expert: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Brexit 'used to promote united Ireland': Irish Independent
Claire Williamson

Relations between Dublin and London have not been so strained for years: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit – Downing Street back away from saying Northern Ireland's customs union membership was up for negotiation: The Independent
Lizzy Buchan

Will anyone in the DUP break rank over Brexit?: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Unionists should be open to a softer Brexit, albeit not Dublin's NI-specific version: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

The Irish border problem is the ultimate barrier to hard Brexit: The Guardian
Simon Jenkins

DUP deputy leader says party must 'stretch' to reach deal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Foster fears Republic election would impact Stormont talks: ITV

Direct rule could be 'lesser of two evils' – Dodds: Belfast Telegraph

DUP Deputy leader Nigel Dodds calls 2017 general election result a gift from God: The Independent
Tom Peck

The DUP is gearing up to address the UK, not just Northern Ireland: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Top Tory at centre of porn and inappropriate advance claims set to attend DUP conference: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

At the DUP conference, all eyes will be on the small party as it holds the fate of two nations in its hands: The Independent
Tom Peck

Could 20th anniversary of the Belfast Agreement spur DUP and Sinn Féin on to cut a deal?: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

Time for unionists to put forward our 'red, white and blue' line: The News Letter
David McNarry

Allister queries why Dublin officials had 'unfettered' access to Stormont building: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Sinn Féin faces profound change as party goes South: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Adams – End of an era for a divisive figure who achieved much: Enniscorthy Guardian
Editorial

Election Crisis – Mary Lou McDonald will lead Sinn Féin in general election, says Doherty: Irish Examiner

Ireland Edges Toward Snap Election as Government Teeters: New York Times
Ed O'Loughlin and Alan Cowell

Boost for Sinn Féin as 20% say they'd be more likely to vote for party under new leader: TheJournal.ie
Daragh Brophy

Fine Gael cannot complain if SF do well in any Irish election: The News Letter
Editorial

Sinn Féin say refusal to name political donors 'covering up Brexit dark money paid to DUP': Derry Now

UUP councillor calls Sinn Féin colleague with one hand 'a one armed bandit': Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

Tony Taylor's parents pen open letter calling for their son's release: Derry Now

SDLP leader condemns attack on councillor's car: BBC

INLA slam Sinn Féin over accusations made by Gerry Kelly: Belfast Media
Evan Short

PSNI confirm INLA suspected of involvement in shooting spate: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Controversial Lord Kilclooney criticised by peers after 'racist' tweet: Irish News
John Manley

Arlene Foster in U-turn over her own MPs' plan for a soldier amnesty: iNews.co.uk
Sam McBride

Ex-soldier Dennis Hutchings 'cannot get a fair trial': BBC

Murder victim's family lose legal bid to get commissions of inquiry into 1976 murder: The Irish Times
Mary Carolan

Seamus Ludlow – Family of murdered Irish forestry worker vow to continue fight for justice: Irish News
Deborah McAleese

Soldier shooting of civilian at 1971 Christmas dance unjustified, coroner rules: Belfast Telegraph

We must never let any revisionist Troubles agenda win out: The News Letter
Ken Funston

Shankill bomb relatives outraged by US sitcom's 'sick joke' about atrocity: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Friday, November 24

Simon Coveney 'would like to see a united Ireland' in his 'political lifetime': Belfast Telegraph

Adams has 'lost touch with reality' over IRA – Beattie: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Is 'Marmite' Mary Lou McDonald set for Sinn Féin top job?: BBC
Tony Bailie

Adams may be stepping down, but the boys in the back room have not gone away, you know: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Change in Sinn Féin must be about more than new face (Nov 18): The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Gerry, spare me your 'forgiveness' – just say sorry for legacy of pain (Nov 20): Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Licensing next war is Adams's real legacy: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Adams' legacy is the many questions left unanswered (Nov 20): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Gerry Adams announces his retirement as Sinn Féin's leader: The Economist

Sinn Féin's leader switch a major gamble: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Editorial

James Brokenshire must listen to Ann Service and other bereaved relatives: Irish News
Editorial

Irish report shows lack of respect in EU for UK's handling of Brexit: The Guardian
Daniel Boffey

Border issue most likely to scupper Brexit deal, warns UK think-tank: Belfast Telegraph
Colm Kelpie and Shona Murray

The North should be the bridge – not the border – between the EU and Britain: Derry Now
Stephen Kelly

Brexiters, Ireland won't be tricked by your mendacity over the border issue: The Guardian
Brigid Laffan

Brexit explodes the ambiguity that underpins Northern Ireland: The Economist

Gregory Campbell says Sinn Féin won Foyle MP seat due to proxy votes – 'Many people are specifically saying that that was a clear case of electoral fraud and the theft of a constituency': Derry Now

Toiréasa Ferris to seek Sinn Féin ticket in next election (Nov 20): The Irish Times
Anne Lucey

Politician labelled 'disgraceful' after calling Leo Varadkar 'the Indian': Irish Mirror
Brynmor Pattison

Lord Kilclooney withdraws Leo Varadkar 'the Indian' remark: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Criticism as the UK Government fails to end secrecy over Northern Ireland political donations: TheDetail.tv
Niall McCracken

Government begins process to name Northern Ireland party donors: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

GAA players 'free to join police': Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Maimed former PSNI Peader Heffron 'very, very open' to Kickham's Creggan team mates making amends: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Loyalists demand the removal of Co Derry Christmas tree: Irish News
Connla Young

9 out of 10 think bonfire organisers should be held to account for damage or injury: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

INLA behind spate of paramilitary-style shootings, says councillor: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

'Amnesty' needed to protect veterans says DUP: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Statute of limitations plan 'unhelpful'- Simon Coveney: BBC

Victims' anger at amnesty for British soldiers: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Cash appeal for 'film expose' of IRA: The News Letter

Irish language scheme exceeds target of 20,000 people three years early – 'This shows that there is a demand to learn Irish' (Nov 14): Derry Now

SDLP anger as British Chancellor puts 'ambitious' Derry City Deal on long-finger: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

DUP charging media to attend party conference: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Belfast and Londonderry rocked as EU rejects UK cities as 'cultural capitals': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Northern Ireland party pleads 'special case' in European Capital of Culture row: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – Gibraltar facing no transition deal, Spain source says: Irish News

Thursday, November 23

Dublin will block move to next stage in Brexit talks unless Irish border plan is outlined, Coveney warns the UK: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Brexit Bickering – Irish ambassador blasts UK for 'lack of answers' over hard border: Daily Express
Tom Parfitt

Coveney rejects DUP's 'reckless' claims: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Dublin warned of Good Friday Agreement breach: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

UK guarantees on Border 'reasonable and needed' – Spanish minister: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Varadkar holds firm on border customs demands: The News Letter

Ian Paisley's son describes prospect of hard border after Brexit as 'madness': Irish News
John Monaghan

UK politicians missed Irish message on Border, Brexit negotiator says: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

How Brexit looms over the Irish border – 'It's the Berlin Wall approaching us': The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

'Acute anxiety' in Border communities over Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Colm Kelpie

Government fears "essential" extradition powers to combat crime will be lost after Brexit: TheDetail.tv
Cormac Campbell

Brexit fallout cooling Anglo-Irish relations: Irish News
John Manley

Unionists should not rest until every potential Alliance voter sees magnitude of party's plan to weaken NI's place in UK: The News Letter
Owen Polley

Austin Currie – Stormont's problems 'so soluble' compared to civil rights struggle: Irish News

Unhelpful interventions from Varadkar and Haass: The News Letter
Editorial

Adams to continue pulling SF strings: Herald.ie

I cannot and will not look at Gerry Adams' political legacy through rose-tinted glasses (Nov 21): Irish News
John Cushnahan

Why Sinn Féin is like a political conjuring act ... uncomfortable facts vanish in a puff of smoke: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Thousands hear poignant tributes to Martin McGuinness at Sinn Féin's 2017 Ard Fheis: Derry Now

Derry Archbishop calls for end to paramilitary attacks: Derry Now

PSNI job 'should not impact GAA membership': BBC
Vincent Kearney

A Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael merger may be only way to keep SF out of power: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Bereaved mother in legacy probe plea to Brokenshire: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Tory legacy move 'completely unacceptable' says Kelly: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Amnesty – Let's talk about it: ITV
Brian Rowan

Concerns at plans to consult on forces' Troubles 'amnesty': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Amnesty for soldiers a betrayal of all victims: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Victims' body criticised for missing memorial and attending SF ard fheis: The News Letter

'The Disappeared' detective hopeful of new search for Columba McVeigh next year: TheJournal.ie
Daragh Brophy

Critics of police over Enniskillen bomb 'rewriting history of Provos': The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Tears and memories mingle at pub bombings annual memorial service: Birmingham Mail
Mike Lockley

Derry IRA man shot dead by SAS 39 years ago to be remembered this weekend: Derry Now

John Hume deserves Dublin street honour: Irish News
Editorial

PSNI drops probe into 'F*** the DUP' displays at Belfast abortion rally: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

I won't be ousted from Sinn Féin for disagreeing on abortion, says Molloy: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

'I'll shoot that terrorist c*** in the head' Rangers fan dodges jail over Neil Lennon death threat: Scottish Daily Record
Ron Moore

Chancellor announces extra £650million for Northern Ireland – but Welsh and Scottish get much more: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

UUP's Empey defends warning of violence in Scotland and Wales: The Irish Times
Allan Preston

Wednesday, November 22

Northern Ireland political 'crisis' could bring push for united Ireland – Richard Haass: Belfast Telegraph

Unionist in House of Lords suggests County Donegal should rejoin the United Kingdom: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James Wilson

Sinn Féin 'glorification of terrorism' makes Northern Ireland power-sharing restoration more difficult – Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams says 'have a wee bit of sense' after Arlene Foster warns 'glorification of terrorism' an obstacle to deal: Irish News
Gavin Cordon

Theresa May calls for fresh talks between Northern Ireland parties to end Stormont deadlock: Irish Independent

British and Irish ministers to 'plot way forward' if no Northern Ireland power-sharing deal – Varadkar: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

DUP and Sinn Féin 'incapable of governing' says SDLP Leader Colum Eastwood – 'It's easy for Sinn Féin to preach republican politics in front of the faithful': Derry Now

Dublin using North for its own ends on Brexit, claims Foster: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

It is one year since the DUP and Sinn Féin published a joint article on how well they were working together: Irish News
John Manley

Is May's political survival more important than the Good Friday agreement?: The Guardian
Michelle O'Neill

Forget Germany – the real crisis as far as Brexit talks go is closer to home: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

A large dose of Direct Rule is just the tonic to get the Ulster peace process back on track: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Boris Johnson urged to set red line over Irish border: Irish News
Richard Wheeler

UK confident Irish border will not stop progress of Brexit talks: The Guardian
Rowena Mason, Peter Walker and Henry McDonald

Sinn Féin want council to write to Heads of EU countries to oppose hard border: Derry Now

Hardening of positions risks a hard border: Irish Echo
Anthony Neeson

Brexit needs positive proposals not megaphone trolling: Irish News
John Manley

Border is far from a red line issue at Westminster: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Gerry Adams – I feel for IRA victims, my family suffered in Troubles too: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

IRA victims' truth hopes 'snatched away' by Adams: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Gerry Adams draws unionist criticism on decision to step aside: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Gerry Adams – West Belfast people agree that it's time for change of Sinn Féin leadership: Belfast Telegraph
Kate Buck

Gerry Adams' odds cut to be the next President of Ireland: Dundalk Democrat

Gerry Adams long goodbye could turn into reinvention ahead of presidential bid: Belfast Telegraph
Anthony McIntyre

Adams's departure as SF leader about politics more than history: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Sinn Féin MP Molloy won't resign over party's abortion vote: The News Letter

Government to float Troubles prosecution amnesty for security force members: The News Letter

Ex-servicemen will be exempt from prosecution in Northern Ireland – in what would be a huge victory for The Sun: The Sun
Steve Hawkes

Troubles soldiers amnesty proposal an 'act of bad faith,' says Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph

Military amnesty proposal will cause deep concern: Irish News
Editorial

Adams 'inverting history' of peace process – ex-SDLP leader: The News Letter

Dublin played part in undermining Sunningdale Agreement – envoy: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Brum's terror victims given posthumous Freedom of the City awards: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Republican groups deny making sectarian Creggan threat: Derry Now
Gareth Cross

Legal bid by Robert Hamill's mother to have charges reinstated against three people: Irish News

£10,000 seized during caravan search by Paramilitary Crime Task force: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Man to be extradited in connection with murder of prison officer David Black: TheJournal.ie
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Tuesday, November 21

Barnier challenges UK on post-Brexit border proposals: BBC
John Campbell

EU says Northern Ireland should opt out of parts of Brexit and stay in customs union: The Independent
Jon Stone

Irish government 'firm' in stance on hard Border: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

DUP hits out at Brussels and Dublin over Brexit 'blackmail': The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll and Rajeev Syal

Northern Ireland to leave EU on same terms as rest of UK – Foster: RTE

Dissident group Saoradh in pledge to 'exploit' Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Border debate is like talking to a brick wall: The Times
Lise Hand

Irish PM 'choreographed' threat to veto Brexit trade talks with EU chief negotiator to flush out British position on Ireland's border by mid December: Daily Mail
Kate Ferguson

DUP's unlikely role in border debate: Irish News
Editorial

Theresa May to meet Sinn Féin and DUP leaders separately at Downing Street: Belfast Telegraph

Further moves to direct rule 'inevitable,' says DUP's Foster ahead of PM meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

SDLP's McNulty challenged to refute DUP claim: The Cross Examiner

How Stormont went from no gimmicks to no government in a matter of weeks: Irish News
John Manley

People sick of being 'nailed to political walls': ITV
Brian Rowan

Northern Ireland Is Sinking Into a 'Profound Crisis': New York Times
Patrick Kingsley

Northern Ireland communities urged to help police after paramilitary attacks rise: Belfast Telegraph

DUP delegation meets with PSNI to discuss paramilitary activity and increase in attacks: Derry Now

'I was shot in the knee as a punishment': BBC
Greg Dawson

Mary Lou McDonald faces clear run at Sinn Féin leadership: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

Adams won't nominate his successor – but hails 'outstanding' McDonald: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

McDonald refuses to reveal Sinn Féin leadership plans: The Times
Niamh Lyons

Conor Murphy latest MLA to rule himself out of SF leadership race: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Michelle O'Neill likely to take Sinn Féin deputy leader post: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Is Sinn Féin leadership a one-horse race?: BBC
Ciarán Dunbar

Adams has to 'come clean', say families of IRA victims: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Victim's sister wants answers from Adams: The News Letter

Gerry Adams 'contributed nothing positive to NI history', say unionists: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Don't set your hopes too high ... despite the hype, Adams hasn't gone away, you know: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Prepare to be drip fed developments in the Gerry Adams succession saga (Nov 20): Irish News
John Manley

Great irony of peace process is how Gerry Adams's violent past haunted him: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Moloney

Even after he's gone, shadow cast by Adams could mean problems for SF: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Gerry Adams steered Sinn Féin to unrivalled success, but not to a united Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sorting truth from contradictions of Adams may take generations: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Gerry Adams leaves a lasting mark on Ireland: Springfield Republican
Editorial

Council 'could sidestep' vote over IRA playground name: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Council is asked to change street name in honour of John Hume: The Irish Times
Sarah Burns

It was John Hume, not Sinn Féin, who steered Northern Ireland to peace: The Guardian
Seamus Mallon

Coroner appeals for information over 1972 death of IRA man: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Councillor among three charged with criminal damage over street names: Irish Examiner
Liam Heylin

Tony Taylor's wife calls for his release at Saoradh ard fheis: Irish News
Connla Young

Gardaí to participate in Belfast inquest into Kingsmill massacre: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Sinn Féin move to soften abortion policy is welcomed: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin's Francie Molloy speaks out on abortion issue: Irish News
Connla Young

Monday, November 20

May stonewalled Varadkar on border deal for the North: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

The Guardian view on Brexit and the Irish border – Britain's shameful dereliction: The Guardian
Editorial

Sunningdale has hard lessons to teach Leo and Simon on North (Nov 19): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Fine Gael and Fianna Fáil rule out coalition with Sinn Féin: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Michelle O'Neill rules herself out as new Sinn Féin leader: BBC

Doherty rules himself out of the race to take over Sinn Féin: The Times
Niamh Lyons

Martin Ferris's decision to stand down causes surprise at ardfheis: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Gerry Adams will not stand for Irish presidency: TheJournal.ie
Garreth MacNamee

'Gerry's are very big boots to fill' – Sinn Féin members on life after Adams: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Martin says SF still puts Provisionals first as Adams to quit next year: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Unionist leaders react to Gerry Adams' retirement but nothing from DUP: Irish News
Andrew Madden

Mary Lou McDonald poised to be appointed Sinn Féin president: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Fianna Fáil may recruit Tóibín over 8th stance: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Search for new Sinn Féin leader begins after Gerry Adams steps down: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Punters surprise that Gerry Adams once worked as barman at Duke of York: Irish News

Adams u-turns on promise to lead SF into next election: The Irish Times
Philip Ryan and Kevin Doyle

Sinn Féin leadership facing potential dissent over abortion vote: Irish News
John Manley

Headturner McDonald the heir in waiting: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Gerry Adams is both an asset and an achilles heel: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Adams stepping down: Irish News
Tom Kelly

With Gerry Adams nothing is what it seems: The Irish Times
Eamonn Mallie

Adams departure is part of relentless drive towards government in the Republic: Irish News
Brian Feeney

It is time for Gerry Adams to go, but will his grip on Sinn Féin remain?: The Guardian
Malachi O'Doherty

A life in the public eye as one of the world's longest standing political leaders: Irish News

Adams tugs heartstrings in 'end of era' speech: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Adams is no loss to this island's political future: Irish Independent
Editorial

Gerry Adams' legacy – A figurehead for violent nationalism: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Sinn Féin looks to the post-Gerry Adams era: The Irish Times
Editorial

Adams gave succour to an IRA that greatly divided the island: The News Letter
Editorial

The long journey of Gerry Adams: Irish News
Editorial

Republicans claim 'dozens' of Saoradh activists targeted by police ahead of party's Ard Fheis: Derry Now

Paramilitary-style shootings double to 28 over 12 months: Belfast Telegraph

Church leaders condemn paramilitary child abuse: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Omagh will not be intimidated, victim's father says after rescheduled remembrance service: The News Letter

Veteran who survived bomb blast opens up on battle with drink, drugs and mental health: Evening Chronicle (Newcastle)
Simon Meechan

Taoiseach recalls how Gordon Wilson's words 'led the way for many people': Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Male voice also needs heard in abortion debate: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Sunday, November 19

Gerry Adams steps down as Sinn Féin president: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Help us find Disappeared before retiring, Adams urged: Belfast Telegraph
Michelle Weir

Departing Sinn Féin head Gerry Adams says he understands how IRA's victims feel: Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams says next Sinn Féin leader will not be anointed: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Gerry Adams – Face of IRA who helped cement Northern Ireland peace: Business Insider
Conor Humphries

Sinn Féin's divisive leader to step down after over 30 years: San Francisco Chronicle
Sylvia Hui

Martin will not do business with Sinn Féin no matter who leads it: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Process of electing Sinn Féin president could take months: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Gerry Adams – The Belfast barman who became the face of Irish republicanism: News.Sky.com
David Blevins

Gerry Adams has left his mark on modern Irish history: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Gerry Adams had an unusual start to his political career: Irish Mirror
Sylvia Pownall

Dáil politics after the departure of Gerry Adams: RTE
Martina Fitzgerald

Gerry Adams's exit may allow Michelle O'Neill find her voice: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

North's nationalists have turned back on Westminster, says MP: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Brexit 'will see more unionists consider Irish unity' – O'Neill: ITV

'It's difficult to accept' Irish PM reveals he could be READY to BLOCK Brexit trade talks: Daily Express
Joe Barnes

Brexit threatens to 'undermine the peace process' if Northern Ireland hard border installed, John McDonnell warns: The Independent
Samuel Osborne

Bordering on the ridiculous or buttering us up?: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Hard truths about London's soft focus on the Irish border: The Sunday Times
Editorial

Councillors' war of words over Border 'ethnic cleansing' during Troubles: Impartial Reporter
Jonathan Rainey

Francis Rowntree killing 'not justified' – coroner (Nov 17): BBC

Vindication for Francis Rowntree's courageous family (Nov 18): Irish News
Editorial

McAleese praises John Hume, 'greatest political problem-solver of our time' (Nov 17): The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

John Hume and Bill Clinton – A match made in heaven: Sunday Independent
Andrew Lynch

Welcome for links between PSNI and Garda (Nov 17): Irish News
Editorial

Ex Tory MSP denies any link to DUP cash donors: The Sunday Times
John Boothman

Vandalism at Orange Hall being treated as 'hate crime': The News Letter
Duncan Elder

MLA McNulty – 'My wife is going to kill me for saying this, but the best day of my life was winning the All-Ireland with Armagh... it was something I'd always dreamt about as a boy' (Nov 13): Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Britain First deputy leader Jayda Fransen is arrested in London and flown to Belfast over an anti-terror speech she made there in August: Daily Mail
Charlie Moore

All-island health initiative leading way for treatment (Nov 16): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

No free vote for Sinn Féin TDs and senators on abortion: TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

It's no, nay, never for the 'big two' before an election, but arithmetic will be kingmaker: Irish Independent
John Downing

Saturday, November 18

Ireland will block progress of Brexit talks without border guarantee: The Guardian
Jessica Elgot and Heather Stewart

Frictionless Border an imperative for Brexit talks to move on – Varadkar: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

'Nobody wants to see a return to hard border', says Boris Johnson: Derry Journal

EU chiefs back Irish threat to veto Brexit trade talks: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Brexiteer bluster can't hide fact that Boris is winging it: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Ireland needs more 'clarity' on border before Brexit talks move on – Coveney: Irish Independent
Gavin Cordon and Ed Carty

Irish minister doesn't want Brexit – but he's happy to lure British services to DUBLIN: Daily Express
Aurora Bosotti

'Irish attempting to thwart Brexit' – Wilson: The News Letter

Brexit – Northern Ireland border joins divorce bill on pile of reasons for deadlock: The Independent
Jon Stone

Irish officials unimpressed with Boris Johsnson's grasp on dangers posed by Brexit: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and Shona Murray

The Brexit Veto – How and why Ireland raised the stakes: RTE
Tony Connelly

Ireland's naive young prime minister should shut his gob on Brexit and grow up: The Sun
Editorial

Michelle O'Neill tells ard fheis that executive can only work if based on 'genuine equal partnership': Irish News
John Manley

Derry councillor calls on Sinn Féin to publish details of failed Stormont talks: Derry Now

Derry gunmen waiting to fill the vacuum if Stormont remains dormant – Willie Hay: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Northern Ireland's political deadlock is starting to bite: The Spectator
Pádraig Belton

Gerry Adams to announce retirement as Sinn Féin president: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Sinn Féin deputy leader's 'pride' at support for IRA: The News Letter

Mary Lou McDonald refuses to distance herself from IRA atrocities: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle and Cormac McQuinn

Fianna Fáil leader Michael Martin rules out talks with Sinn Féin – and reveals they intend to become 'lead party in Government': The Irish Sun
Kieran Dineen

Sinn Féin ard fheis – Party 'preparing groundwork to be junior partner' in Dublin coalition: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Special Ard Fheis tribute to Martin McGuinness: Derry Journal

Sinn Féin facing balancing act for the future: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin

Sinn Féin ard fheis – Gerry Adams' eventual exit means tricky times ahead for republicans: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin ready to enter coalition government as motion at Ard Fheis is approved – but without the retiring Gerry Adams: Irish Mirror
Ferghal Blaney

Sinn Féin must not shirk its responsibility to lead: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

The dictator who ruled with a rod of iron for more than 30 years heads for the exit (and Mugabe's in a spot of bother too): Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Church informed on bomb memorial 'a year in advance': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Ceremony hit by bomb alert will go ahead this weekend: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Dissident group deny making death threat against Protestant community worker: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Protestant worker calls on dissidents to lift death threat in Derry: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Londonderry – Dissidents 'behind' death threat: BBC

Protest against paramilitary intimidation and violence to be held in Derry tomorrow: Derry Now

Man released unconditionally over Derry 'paramilitary' style shooting: ITV

Man arrested over shooting after police investigating dissident republican activity carry out house raids in Creggan area of Derry: Derry Now

Four men and woman accused of taking part in an illegal parade have charges withdrawn: Irish News

John Hume 'kept' for several days by IRA after 1985 meeting: Irish News
Connla Young

On Brexit, young Irish border farmer speaks for many: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Friday, November 17

'It would be very, very bad for Britain and for Ireland' – Simon Coveney on possibility of a no-deal Brexit: Irish Independent
Ian Begley

UK will have 'no greater ally' than State in Brexit talks, says Coveney: The Irish Times
Joe Brennan

Ireland pivots to Europe – MEP says it must say YES to Brussels to survive after Brexit: Daily Express
Joey Millar

No risk of Ireland blocking Brexit progress over border row, say EU officials: Daily Telegraph
Peter Foster and James Crisp

MPs say decisions on Brexit and Irish border 'needed as matter of urgency': Belfast Telegraph

Irish border key Bexit issue says Ken Clarke: BBC

UK and Ireland can strengthen ties via Brexit: The Irish Times
Boris Johnson

Dublin has to face down British and DUP if it wants Executive back – Sinn Féin's Gerry Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Conor McGinn – NI nationalists 'facing democratic deficit': BBC
Gareth Gordon

DUP's Arlene Foster urges PM May to 'focus on the core issues' to ensure Brexit is a success: Belfast Telegraph

Northern talks continue to falter, direct rule from London now?: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Paddy Clancy

Northern Ireland hasn't had a government since January: The Economist

Sign language is needed more than Irish – TUV's Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Tell us what compromises were offered in the Stormont talks: Irish News
Nichola Mallon

AOH renews call for US Special Envoy to Northern Ireland to break Stormont deadlock: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James Wilson

Michelle O'Neill rules out replacing Gerry Adams as Sinn Féin leader: Irish News
John Manley

Gerry Adams's future the main business at Sinn Féin ardfheis: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Stalin's shadow is looming large as Sinn Féin now faces a future without Adams: Belfast Telegraph
Shane Coleman

We held a forthright meeting with the Parades Commission in Limavady: The News Letter
Gregory Campbell

Alliance to oppose Easter lily move: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

'Dissident grouping' issues sectarian threat against worker, says SF councillor: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

Detectives arrest man in relation to paramilitary-style shooting in the Bogside area of Derry in August: Derry Now

Loyalist Mark Harbinson has tag and curfew bail conditions removed as trial adjourned again: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

Sinn Féin MLA calls for Loughinisland film to be screened in Newtownabbey: Newtownabbey Times
Russell Keers

Gordon Wilson, an unassuming draper turned peace advocate, was real spirit of Enniskillen: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Joseph Parker inquest – New witness 'saw soldier shoot at man': BBC
Ita Dungan

Northern Ireland's way of addressing Troubles not working, says Police Ombudsman: The News Letter

Patsy Kelly's widow brings petition to Downing Street: Impartial Reporter

Gerry Adams has joined Snapchat and he's already making us laugh: Irish Mirror
Anita McSorley

Shock at offer of free abortions for NI minors: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Michelle O'Neill – I support liberalising Sinn Féin's abortion policy: Irish News
John Manley

AOH to introduce pro-life charter: Irish News
Connla Young

Taoiseach's tweet of security group 'puts state at risk' (Nov 12): The Sunday Times
John Mooney and Justine McCarthy

Two of the lead doctors in the new all-Ireland network tell how the initiative is transforming care for desperately ill children: Belfast Telegraph

Irish should have an All-Ireland soccer team if they ever want success: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
James O'Shea

Could Britain's weakness be pushing us towards a softer Brexit – or no Brexit at all? (Nov 10): New Statesman
Helen Lewis

Thursday, November 16

Adams insists Stormont deal still alive despite pulling plug: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Arlene Foster – Devolution will be back: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

SF leaders meet Varadkar over NI political impasse: ITV

Brexit – Coveney warns UK risks business over border: Belfast Telegraph
Shona Murray

No to 'Cold War' Brexit border: The News Letter

When the British mention the Border, I turn to Lewis Carroll: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Alarm at lack of Brexit planning: Irish News
Editorial

Who can solve the deep problems in the peace process?: TheDetail.tv
Steven McCaffery

Corbyn government would be 'disaster' for Northern Ireland, says DUP leader: The Guardian
Peter Walker

Sinn Féin policy shift could allow it to enter Republic's government: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

IRA human rights violations petition: Londonderry Sentinel

Concerns on SF bid to equate lily with poppy: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Sinn Féin TDs advised not to engage in social media spats: The Irish Times
Sarah Bardon

Derry republicans welcome 'de facto ceasefire' from IRA grouping: Derry Now

Fears over rise in Northern Ireland punishment attacks as mediation body folds: Belfast Telegraph
Danny Morrison

Dissident republican group say they are monitoring homes where drugs are sold: Derry Now
Orla Mullan

Man arrested over 'vicious' Derry shooting: Belfast Telegraph

Man arrested over 'brutal' Ardoyne gun attack: ITV

Sinn Féin meets PSNI to discuss recent spate of paramilitary style shootings in Derry: Derry Now

SDLP demands fair share of investment for Derry and the northwest after Brokenshire meeting: Derry Now

Mickeybo mum 'was provoked' into hitting son's murderer: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Troubles trial hopes add to family agony: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Why our oral history isn't worth the paper it's written on if Boston College case succeeds: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

North's police ombudsman calls for new historical inquiries unit: The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Seamus Bradley inquest to start in Derry this December: Derry Now

Loughinisland No Stone Unturned film coverage on BBC NI welcomed: Irish News

Guildford pub bombings – Death of Metropolitan Police chief will deprive potential new investigation of 'core witness', lawyers claim: GetSurrey.co.uk
Joshua Smith

RHI inquiry – Officials 'removed warnings from document seen by Arlene Foster' Sir Patrick Coghlin: The Sunday Times
Eamon Sweeney

Border firms warn of 'catastrophic' impact of Brexit: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

After Avoiding The Country For Decades, Tourists Are Now Flocking To Northern Ireland: NPR.org
Frank Langfitt

Sinn Féin TDs face abortion deadline at ardfheis: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly and Sarah Bardon

Fine Gael to ask Independents to back closer military co-operation: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

NI fans slam all-Ireland football team suggestion: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Campbell – Fantastic result for a Londonderry sports star. Not every day you dish out a 5-1 thrashing!: Derry Journal
Kevin Mullan

BBC Radio Ulster lambasted for Republic of Ireland football coverage: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

BBC's Noel Thompson defends Republic of Ireland coverage – 'Obvious' why it covers 'foreign' football team: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Joe Lindsay denies bigotry claims as he pens final Belfast Live column: Belfast Live
Joe Lindsay

Northern Ireland Is A Perfect Model For Improving Jewish-Arab Relations In Israel: The Forward
Anton Goodman



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