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Friday, November 30

DUP's Foster urges PM 'not to waste time' on her Brexit deal: The News Letter

May refuses to say who would erect Border if no deal: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

'Why don't you LISTEN?' DUP accuses No 10 of 'HIDING' over Brexit amid legal advice row: Daily Express
Harvey Gavin

Arlene Foster says DUP would not back second Brexit referendum: The Guardian

Cross-Border smuggling – 'The organised crime element worries me': The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Belfast Agreement's promise of consent broken by PM's Brexit deal: The News Letter
Martin Howe

However we leave, Northern Ireland's sure to suffer: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

UK 'will remain aligned' with Northern Irish regulations after backstop: The Guardian
Libby Brooks and Heather Stewart

'Stark reality is burden may fall on Dublin to protect EU 27': Irish Independent
John Downing

Disturbing analysis from Government on a no-deal Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

DUP need to wake up to economic vandalism Brexit will bring, says Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

No-deal Brexit would upset North's 2019 tourism plans: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

'We are willing to listen' – Northern Ireland business chief calls on those against Brexit plan to produce alternative: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Peter Robinson remark 'not attack on DUP's Arlene Foster': BBC
Stephen Walker

DUP 'kingmakers' run risk of making same mistakes as Molyneaux: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Wilson

'Taoiseach's dialogue with Orange Order is positive – but we can't turn a blind eye to blatant sectarianism': Irish Independent
Michael Kelly

Karen Bradley faces tough questions on Brexit and Stormont during housing estate visit: Irish Examiner

Local women voice frustration over Brexit and Stormont impasse: ITV
Tracey Magee

Mary Lou must be longing for some much needed reflection: Irish Examiner
Alison O'Connor

No one wants to take a leap in the dark on bringing criminals and terrorists to justice: Belfast Telegraph
Karen Bradley

DUP warns council plan to let staff wear Easter Lilies is divisive: Londonderry Sentinel

Derry dissident Tony Taylor 'delighted' to be back home after his release from jail: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Jamie Bryson slams Tony Taylor incarceration and speaking ban: Derry Journal

Jame Bryson to challenge police searches: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Higgins

Anti-Brexit unionist party that never contested an election tops donations table: Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Féin tops list for private cash donations: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Secretary of State confirms new Policing Board members: Belfast Telegraph

Community relations 'damaged' as rivalry grows between republicans: Londonderry Sentinel
Niall Deeney

West Belfast 'IRA trial' hears how MI5 bugged house: Belfast Live
John Cassidy

Stakeknife investigators contact senior republicans about IRA murders: Irish News
Allison Morris

Loughinisland killings – Bid to quash ombudsman's report rejected: BBC

Loughinisland families welcome judge's decision to dismiss collusion challenge: Irish Examiner

MP meeting over Libya terror cash: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Ballymurphy Massacre victims endure 'harrowing' inquest: Irish Catholic
Chai Brady

'If we are to stay in EU, we need frank debate on enormous challenges that lie ahead of us': Irish Independent
Ronan McCrea

'By St Andrew, unionists must stop nationalists hijacking Saltire': The Scotsman
Pamela Nash

Thursday, November 29

Government claims Northern Ireland has most to gain from PM's Brexit deal: The Sun
Steve Hawkes

Brexit – NI 'among worst hit' under no deal: BBC
Julian O'Neill

'Hundreds' of extra PSNI officers needed for Border after Brexit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP agreement remains says Theresa May, but she's less clear on its future: Belfast Telegraph
Ryan McAleer

Foster condemns 'offensive' talk of bribe for Brexit deal:
David Young

Brexit – Ian Paisley calls on government to bin the backstop: The News Letter

IDS discloses REAL REASON Irish border became key Brexit issue – 'That changed EVERYTHING': Daily Express
Aurora Bosotti

Questions over loyalist reaction to Brexit raised by minister: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Former UUP chairman criticises business groups' support for Brexit deal and says loyalists are unhappy with withdrawal agreement: Irish News

It isn't about the money, says angry Foster as she hits back over bribe jibe: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Chilling Brexit report might send MPs running to a 'Norway plus': The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

'Northern Ireland plc took its Brexit case to Downing Street because there was no one at home on the Hill': Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Brexit's power-broker – how DUP leader Arlene Foster rose to the top: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

It would have served May better to focus energy on winning over MPs: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

Now is the time for economic unity: The Times
Vincent Boland

Brexit – Will a united Ireland remain simply a 'low intensity aspiration'?: Irish News

PM shows her stamina, but has no good answer on backstop: The News Letter

Brexit cost shows folly of Leave campaign: Irish News

Varadkar quizzes SF on 'senior republicans' influence: Irish Independent
John Downing

PSNI drew prosecutors' attention to SF suspect's senior Stormont role: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP's Paisley attacked over 'arrogant remarks' after Commons return – 'smaller man would have crumbled': Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Jamie Bryson application for return of 'journalistic' material postponed: Irish News
Allison Morris

Sinn Féin 'hypocritical' over Tony Taylor support – DUP MLA: The News Letter

'My nightmare is finally over' – republican Tony Taylor speaks after prison release: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland council staff will be allowed to wear Easter lily: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Sinn Féin – Allowing Easter Lily for council staff 'inclusive politics': The News Letter

Carrick garage owner vows to stay despite second UDA arson attack in weeks: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

West Belfast men accused of IRA membership were secretly recorded, court told: Belfast Live
Michael Donnelly

Police appeal after wreaths at Londonderry Cenotaph vandalised: Belfast Telegraph

Youth 'sectarian' trouble in south Belfast may have been arranged on social media: Irish News
Mairead Holland

Libya-IRA terror – Claims that investments in UK settled compensation for victims rejected: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Ballymurphy inquest – Shooting witness suffering PTSD: BBC
Will Leitch

Belfast City Council's five-month silence on Peter Robinson name for leisure centre: The Irish Times
Brendan Hughes

Cahill rejects SF claim members co-operated fully with abuse probe: Belfast Telegraph
Kevin Doyle

Tóibín determined to end 'focus group' governance: Westmeath Examiner
Paul Hughes

Survey – Dramatic shift in Northern Ireland public opinion on same sex marriage and abortion: Belfast Telegraph
James Gant

James Nesbitt on Irish identity in 2018 and his plans to star in a musical (Nov 26): Irish Post
Jack Beresford

Friends of Israel banned from speaking at Northern Ireland council event: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

Wednesday, November 28

Foster demands May 'bin the backstop' if she wants Brexit deal to succeed: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Brexit border backstop is only meant to be temporary, Theresa May says in Belfast – but DUP is not convinced: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

DUP can't be bought to support Brexit deal – Foster warns May: Irish Independent
Ryan McAleer and David Young

Brexit – PM rejects DUP claim she has 'given up' on better deal: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Theresa May – some regulatory divergence between the North and Britain already in place: The Irish Times

Foster condemns 'offensive' talk of 'bribe' for DUP support of Brexit deal: Irish Examiner

'I feel sorry for her' – Newry reacts as May begins Brexit PR drive: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

Theresa May fails to soften DUP's Brexit stance on North visit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Scottish police will step in to help Northern Ireland: The Times
Mark McLaughlin

Brexit – Loyalist paramilitary representatives 'extremely hostile' to Theresa May deal: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Brexit – Orange Order says Theresa May deal a 'betrayal of unionist community': The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Westminster seats decision for Brexit vote is up to Sinn Féin, Theresa May insists: Irish Independent
David Young, Michael McHugh and Cate McCurry

Mary Lou McDonald insists Sinn Féin won't take Westminster seats despite Varadkar criticism: Irish Mirror
Ferghal Blaney

Northern Ireland businesses press Theresa May for certainty on Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

DUP reveals REAL reason why Irish businesses support Theresa May's Brexit deal: Daily Express
Katie Weston

Key Northern Ireland peace process player speaks of concern over loyalist reaction to Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

Convicted IRA terrorist certainly doesn't speak for me, says UUP man: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

'What is going on with Peter Robinson?' – his Irish language comments baffle Empey: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

'Sinn Féin has failed on Brexit and wronged Máiría Cahill': Irish Independent
John Downing

McDonald's Sinn Féin stands at a complicated crossroads: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

Trump's tariff tactics could make no-deal Brexit work for Ireland: The Irish Times
David Singh Grewal and Richard Tuck

Caught between preserving Union and avoiding a no-deal catastrophe, unionists find themselves in difficult position: Belfast Telegraph

'Sinn Feín should stop copping out and make a difference': Irish Independent

Rally planned to push for border poll: Irish News
Connla Young

Lord Empey concerned at Peter Robinson's 'backing' for Sinn Féin demands: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Accuser rejects SF's claim that members were fully co-operative with abuse probe: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Derry republican prisoner Tony Taylor to be released from prison after 993 days: Derry Now

Derry republican Tony Taylor to be released: Irish News
Connla Young

Sinn Féin welcome prison release of Tony Taylor after 993 days: The News Letter

Tony Taylor's family 'delighted' by his release: Derry Journal

'A smaller man than me would have crumbled' – Ian Paisley on his return to Westminster: Belfast Telegraph

Community relations hit low point during 2012 flags protests: The News Letter

Mid Ulster council 'should go ahead with bonfire licensing scheme': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Lenadoon search ongoing by police probing New IRA weapons find: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

West Belfast men charged with IRA membership: Irish News

Youths throw golf balls and bricks at each other in Belfast disturbance: The Irish Times

Former top RUC man can continue challenge over Loughinisland report – Appeal Court: The News Letter

Police Ombudsman fails in appeal over legal standing of former senior policeman involved in challenge to Loughinisland massacre report: Irish News

Irish in UK 'have a responsibility to other immigrant communities': Irish World

UUP MLA – I did not overstep the mark when I called Twitter-user a tool: The News Letter

Tuesday, November 27

We are nobody's puppets says business leader after DUP claim: The Sunday Times
Rebecca Black

SDLP leader Colum Eastwood appeals for Labour MPs to vote for Brexit deal: Irish News

Brexit deal will strengthen union says Theresa May ahead of Northern Ireland visit: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – Sammy Wilson will not say sorry for 'puppet' remarks: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Boris Johnson advocated 'border in Irish Sea' according to leaked letter: Irish News

North's pro-Remain parties throw weight behind May's Brexit deal: The Times
Rebecca Black

Leo Varadkar 'trying to score points' with dig at Sinn Féin abstentionism, says Matt Carthy: The Times
Ellen Coyne

Despite condemning the government over Brexit, the desire to retain the deal with Tories is still there: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

May's Brexit deal is already doomed: The Irish Times
Matthew d'Ancona

Reckless, incompetent Brexiteers make Trump look statesmanlike: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

The Irish Times view on the DUP and Brexit – Heads in the sand: The Irish Times

Foster's call for 'third way' is conciliatory: Belfast Telegraph

Taoiseach – Sinn Féin MPs should take up Westminster seats or resign: Irish Examiner
Elaine Loughlin, Fiachra Ó Cionnaith and Pádraig Hoare

Leo Varadkar 'trying to score points' with dig at Sinn Féin abstentionism, says Matt Carthy: The Times
Ellen Coyne

'Progressive' Sinn Féin must be unnerved by erstwhile TD Toibin's new pro-life party: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

It's misguided for advocates of Irish unity to call for border poll without having strategy to deal with 'yes' vote: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Gosling

Little-noted Brexit deal clause could halt Irish extraditions to UK: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Under-fire Tory political donor Moran is front row guest at DUP conference: Belfast Telegraph
Lisa Smyth

Many feel both British and Irish, Varadkar tells Orange Order: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Orange Order chief Mervyn Gibson meets Leo Varadkar: The News Letter

'States can best be judged on how they treat minorities' – Taoiseach meets with Orange Order: Irish Examiner

'What is going on with Peter Robinson?' asks former UUP leader after Irish language comments: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Arlene Foster is seeking to reinvent herself as a reformist: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Foster's leadership career hangs by a thread: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Councillor demanding 'clarity' over Fianna Fáil plans in North: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Arrests linked to 'New IRA' arms find in west Belfast: Irish News
Allison Morris

Man arrested in connection with dissident republican pipe bomb attacks unconditionally released: Belfast Telegraph

DUP's Andrew Crawford 'blocked Stormont release of bonfire row emails': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP will battle for veterans – Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph

Bodies of Ballymurphy massacre victims 'thrown like animals' into back of army Saracen: Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Sinn Féin accuse INLA of turning Derry housing estate into a 'ghetto': Derry Now

Ballymurphy inquest – Army 'threw victims into a vehicle like animals': BBC
Will Leitch

SDLP veteran Dr Joe Hendron on Belfast Blitz, surviving loyalist murder bid... and why DUP has got it so wrong on Brexit: Belfast Telegraph
Laurence White

I refused to pick sides during the Troubles, says Jamie Dornan: The Times
Craig Simpson

What makes a Church of Ireland school?: The Irish Times
Carolyn Good

Still no team handshakes in Cliftonville and Linfield row: Belfast Telegraph

DUP's Weir sorry for 'green babies' joke after Alliance and SF councillors marry: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

We need to stop being so English about Brexit: The Times
Hugo Rifkind

Monday, November 26

DUP may back Norway-style Brexit deal, says Arlene Foster: The Guardian
Peter Walker

DUP leader refuses to deny party involved in secret 'plan B' Brexit negotiations with several British government ministers: Irish News
John Monaghan

DUP will not support Withdrawal Agreement as Foster calls for 'third way': Belfast Telegraph

Boris bedazzles DUP with Brexit balm on a cold Belfast night: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

Brexit – Jeremy Hunt admits it's 'challenging' to secure MPs support for May's deal as DUP vow to oppose her: Independent on Sunday
Lizzy Buchan

'I believe that Europe are bullies': The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Irish government leaving citizens in NI behind with no Euro votes – Sinn Féin: Belfast Telegraph

Little joy around as EU accept agreement to allow UK leave: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

'Why I see the backstop as a threat to the future of North': Irish Independent
Nigel Dodds

Young male DUPers fanboy shamelessly in the vicinity of Boris: The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

Johnson is no kindred spirit of the Unionists: The Times
Lucinda Creighton

'Boris and his Brexiteers are false friends of unionists' (Nov 25): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

The Conservatives will need more than "don't let Corbyn in" to keep the DUP on board: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Northern Ireland's other unionists:
Annabelle Dickson

Brexit deal a double disaster for Northern Ireland unionists – first the deal itself, second the muted opposition to it: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

No-deal Brexit would point squarely to a hard border: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

Backing the backstop – Why Sinn Féin thinks Brexit will eventually lead to a united Ireland: ITV
Angus Walker

Varadkar's dismissal of the 'precious Union' is symptomatic of a Taoiseach who plays to his audience: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

'History in the making – but already the EU has moved into post-Brexit phase' (Nov 25): Sunday Independent
John Downing

Brexit bedlam consolidates support for EU and euro in Republic: The Irish Times
Eoin Burke-Kennedy

Leavers and Remainers will only be reconciled if we drop the Irish backstop: Daily Telegraph
Charles Moore

A deal with the EU that does grave damage to our Union: The News Letter

'Brexit moves closer but Mrs May faces a big battle': Irish Independent

Sinn Féin President says poll does not change party's message: Irish Examiner

'Petulance and bullying are not a very good look for Mary Lou' (Nov 25): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Government must act to end witchhunt against ex servicemen, Donaldson tells DUP conference: The News Letter

Legacy Scandal – The IRA was able to wage terrorism on Castlederg because it was near the safe haven of the Irish Republic (Nov 24): The News Letter
Trevor Clarke

A Great British Injustice: The Maguire Story review – a harrowing tale: The Guardian
Rebecca Nicholson

Lifetime achievement award bestowed upon Pat Hume – a 'perpetual tonic' during Troubles: Irish News
Seanín Graham

Former NIO minister Shailesh Vara wrongly describes Northern Ireland as 'part of Great Britain' (Nov 20): Irish News

Lessons from Northern Ireland for Americans who see political opponents as the enemy: The Hill
Kevin Ferris

Regional neglect at heart of populist Brexit backlash: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

'If Westminster parliament votes against May's Brexit deal, what happens next would depend on just how badly the pound tanks': Irish Independent
John Downing

Gibraltar will not fold to Spain, one of its ministers tells DUP members in Belfast: The News Letter

Nicola Sturgeon admits Indyref2 may be after 2021 (Nov 20): The Herald
Tom Gordon

Sunday, November 25

Brexit – Arlene Foster says DUP disappointed with PM: BBC
Jayne McCormack

DUP leader Arlene Foster rejects British government 'spin' on Brexit deal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Theresa May's Brexit deal can be salvaged if she relents over Irish backstop, Dominic Raab says: Sunday Telegraph
Edward Malnick

Philip Hammond tries to mollify DUP while Theresa May takes on all callers: The Sunday Times
Ellen Coyne

Brexit – Donald Tusk says deal 'will avoid hard border': BBC
John Campbell

Boris Johnson tells DUP conference that backstop should be 'junked': Belfast Live
David Young

Nigel Dodds tells PM – It's not too late to bin Brexit deal: The News Letter
David Young

Brexit – Taoiseach Leo Varadkar 'regrets' that UK is leaving EU: BBC
John Campbell

Taoiseach insists Ireland has secured 'good deal' as EU leaders meet for crunch Brexit summit: Sunday Independent
John Downing

Hard border will bring back Troubles violence – priest: Irish Catholic
Colm Fitzpatrick

No-deal Brexit will kill our communities, say Northern Irish farmers (Nov 13): The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Backstop 'will mean taxation without representation for north' (Nov 20): Irish News
Claire Simpson

Ex-No 10 Brexit spokesperson – 'Brexit has made the rest of the UK more like Northern Ireland':
Sean Murray

No surrender on DUP's adamant opposition to withdrawal agreement: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Does anybody know where this Brexit mess will end up: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

The DUP is in as much trouble as Theresa May. They'll stick together: The Guardian
Alex Kane

Boris Johnson and the DUP have found each other, and they deserve each other: The Independent
Tom Peck

Conference is not just about DUP, it's also about future of the Conservatives (Nov 24): Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

Is the backstop vulnerable to challenge under human rights law?: The Spectator
James Forsyth

British in west Cork fearful about what Brexit deal – or no deal – will bring: The Irish Times
Ailin Quinlan

Mary Lou is learning it's tough at the top: The Sunday Times
Lise Hand

Shaking up the old political order (Nov 22): Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

Irish passport applications from NI surge: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

More than 158,000 UK applications for Irish passports this year: The Irish Times
Jack Power

Minister Karen Bradley to consider plan for Scotland-Ireland bridge: The Sunday Times
Kieran Andrews

Jake O'Kane – Jamie Bryson fulfils an essential function via The Nolan Show: Irish News
Jake O'Kane

UUP's Rodgers urges caution over £30k spend for Belfast City Hall LGBT+ stain glass window: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Arlene Foster finally says sorry for DUP's role in the RHI scandal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Department must get stalled A5 road project back on track, says business group: Londonderry Sentinel
Duncan Elder

'Do you think they will produce little SDLP or Green babies?' – DUP MLA apologises after comment about recently married Sinn Féin and Alliance councillors: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Deputy O Cuiv questions lack of Irish language proficiency by Gardai in Galway Gaeltacht: Connacht Tribune

The Green Brigade and Celtic's painful Ireland legacy: The Sunday Times
Graham Spiers

Some EU citizens may be blocked from Ireland post-Brexit at request of Britain (Nov 19): The Irish Times
Conor Lally

NI voluntary groups – 'No deal' will be severe blow to society and environment: The News Letter
Craig McGuicken, Geoff Nuttall and Kate Clifford

Why Theresa May's Brexit Deal Is Terrible For The U.K.:
Frances Coppola

Scottish independence campaigners aim to thrive on Brexit turmoil: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Spanish PM lifts effective veto on Brexit deal after Gibraltar 'guarantee': The Irish Times

'Colonial legacy refuses to go away as Rock of Gibraltar now puts UK in hard place': Irish Independent
John Downing

Saturday, November 24

DUP to 'revisit' support for UK govt if Brexit deal passed – Foster: RTE
Brendan Wright

Get working on a better deal, DUP's Wilson tells Prime Minister: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

DUP's Nigel Dodds tells Theresa May to 'bin the backstop': Irish Independent
David Young

Dublin must consider tech alternatives to Border 'backstop' – Donaldson: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Peter Robinson urges direct rule in absence of powersharing: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Peter Robinson in eve of conference warning to DUP on state of the Union: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Hammond visits Belfast in move to get DUP and NI businesses on side: Belfast Telegraph
Ryan McAleer and Michael McHugh

Armagh-born MP 'surprised' by reaction to Brexit deal in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Parties call on Bradley to start Stormont talks without delay: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Restored assembly would have 'much diminished role' after Brexit under Withdrawal Agreement: Irish News

'The EU is NOT profitable!' Lord Trimble DESTROYS 'economic case' against no-deal Brexit: Daily Express
Oli Smith

Revealed: Full scale of Stormont dysfunction laid bare – 164 key decisions in limbo: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Brexit and the DUP – Triumph or disaster?: RTE
Tony Connelly

DUP's electoral insulation could be a false comfort: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'While the DUP is making eyes at Boris, everyone else in the North sees May's deal as the only show in town': Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

With devolution deadlocked, direct rule is our only option: Belfast Telegraph
Robin Swann

UUP – tactical blunders have led to flawed Brexit deal: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

After a testing year the DUP's faithful will be buoyed by some PM bashing from Boris: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

DUP will rue inviting Boris to entertain at annual conference: Belfast Telegraph
Tom Kelly

DUP gets two big Tory visitors, but even the ruling party might split: The News Letter

Caught between preserving Union and avoiding a no-deal catastrophe, unionists find themselves in difficult position: Belfast Telegraph

DUP deviates – when it suits – in its hatred of different regulations: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

Let them speak Irish until they are green, white and orange in the face – Peter Robinson intervention ahead of DUP conference: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Young Unionists to oppose Irish language signs at Ulster University: Belfast Telegraph

Bilingual signage won't get the green light, says UU vice chancellor: Londonderry Sentinel
Duncan Elder

Oxford Union votes down motion on reunification of Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Gerry Adams given permission to appeal against 1970s convictions: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

'McDonald learns leading from front is much harder than life on sidelines': Irish Independent
Gerry O'Regan

Sinn Féin anger over DUP Electoral Commission appointment – party's abstentionist policy make it ineligible: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Man arrested under the Terrorism Act in Derry on suspicion of dissident republican activity including the attempted murder of an off-duty police officer: Derry Now

Man released as part of dissident republican probe: Derry Journal

Extradition hearing for alleged IRA bomber adjourned: The Irish Times
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Government 'must do more' for Libya Semtex victims: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

Libya-IRA compensation – Minister to clarify 'leaks' from frozen £12bn: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

The Maguire Seven – the shocking wrongful convictions behind the BBC's A Great Injustice:
Laura Martin

Maguire family wrongfully sentenced for Guildford bombings reveal why they'll be haunted forever in new documentary: Irish Sun
Aoife Finneran

Emotional scenes in court as Ballymurphy Massacre families give statements: Belfast Media
Brónach Ní Thuama

Events mark 40th anniversary of first shoot-to-kill victim: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

New mural to be unveiled in Derry this weekend to mark the 40th anniversary of Derry IRA man shot dead by the British Army: Derry Now

No extra cost to removing 'Derry little Christmas' ad after unionist objections, says council: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Number of UK residents applying for Irish passports increases by 83% in six years: Irish Examiner

DUP conference – Gibraltar will not fold over Spain's Brexit demands, says minister: Belfast Telegraph

Friday, November 23

Measures to prevent hard Irish border make 'complete nonsense' of Brexit, Prime Minister told: Belfast Telegraph

Bertie Ahern says UK will retain strong links with Europe after Brexit: The Irish Times
Martin Wall

DUP activists set to vent fury over May's 'gross betrayal' on Brexit: Financial Times
Arthur Beesley

Time running out for Irish backstop: The Times
Henry Zeffman

SDLP's Eastwood hits out at Jeremy Corbyn's 'totally wrong' and 'disingenuous' approach to Brexit withdrawal agreement: Belfast Telegraph
James Gant

Brexit row as UFU says they're "disappointed" at DUP comments: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

It's this Brexit deal or catastrophe for Northern Ireland, say business leaders after Prime Minister meeting: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

UUP – Ambiguity in Brexit deal does not allay our concerns: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Theresa May hasn't bought off Brexiteers on the Irish border: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Brexit leaves Ireland in need of a plus-one: The Times
Eoghan Rice

'The battle may be won, but the war will undoubtedly take even longer': Irish Independent
John Downing

There's only one sentence in the political declaration that matters as far as Brexit goes: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

Still long road ahead on Brexit: Irish News

Brexit overture at an end – Game moves on, but no end in sight: Irish Examiner

Former NI MPs recall another PM dependent on their votes: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Boris Johnson to offer much-needed distraction at DUP conference: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Man suffered 42 blows in 14 seconds in 'ferocious' paramilitary-style attack in west Belfast: Irish News

Councillor Sharon McKillop defects from TUV to DUP: Irish News

Police Facebook post investigated: The News Letter

Irish language signs would 'further dissuade unionists' from studying at Ulster University, claim Young Unionists: Londonderry Sentinel

Michelle O'Neill calls on Karen Bradley to retract 'offensive' legacy comments: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Co Donegal man to face extradition court over 1972 murder of two soldiers: Belfast Telegraph

'Derry' Christmas billboards removed from the Waterside area of the city following complaints from unionists: Derry Now

Ballymurphy families continue to describe their loved ones: BBC
Will Leitch

The lost moments that could have stopped Northern Ireland's Troubles: The National (Scotland)
Hamish MacPherson

MoD's fishing letters do not serve justice (Nov 9): Belfast Telegraph

Alleged dissident bail application refused: Irish News

Johnny Adair stays away from mother's funeral in Belfast: Belfast Live
Ryan Smith

Starbucks thanked for rectifying 'oversight' regarding free drinks offer for NI Poppy Appeal volunteers: The News Letter

Culture Minister disgusted by vandalism – 'There is no bravery in throwing paint at a statue': Irish Examiner
Caroline O'Doherty

A shameful, ignorant act – WWI monument vandalised: Irish Examiner

Unite Irish teams given poor international form, says Sinn Féin man: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Hanna

Of all my awards, this one's Best, says captain: The Times
Aaron Rogan

Celtic may turn down tickets for Rangers match at Ibrox: BBC
Chris McLaughlin

Scottish independence – If UK didn't exist, we'd invent it (Nov 20): The Scotsman
Pamela Nash

Thursday, November 22

Brexit – Theresa May's deal would put 'border checks and controls' on trade with EU, leak shows: The Independent
Jon Stone

Theresa May wins key Brexit battle as EU back down on Irish border and trade deals: The Sun
Nick Gutteridge, Natasha Clark and Hugo Gye

Brexit – Draft declaration refers to Irish border technology: BBC
Mark Devenport

Brexit deal 'will give Dublin authority over NI affairs': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Brexit backstop 'should include Britain as well as north': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Brexit – Lawyer claims NI protocol in breach of legislation: BBC
Mark Devenport

Irish in UK should register as EU citizens, lawyers warn: Irish World
Colin Gannon

Taoiseach says Government may have to negotiate a no-deal deal in event of Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy and Patrick Smyth

Varadkar says DUP will fight for 'precious union' even if it means 'lesser world': Belfast Telegraph

DUP puts Union before all else in Brexit, says Varadkar: The News Letter

Irish government 'wants to control north', claims Dominic Raab: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Brexit – Jim Allister accuses business leaders of 'staggering dereliction of duty': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

DUP-Tory deal not dead over Brexit, says Foster: BBC

Brexit – Sammy Wilson says DUP would join with Labour to defeat rotten deal: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

'Did she push the delete button'- DUP's Dodds asks PM what happened to Stormont approval of Brexit plan: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

DUP vow to 'fight dirty' against Theresa May as they launch all-out war on her Brexit deal: The Sun
Hugo Gye

Near universal backing of EU-UK backstop agreement in Dáil despite hard border concerns: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

Northern Ireland church leaders urge politicians to show respect in Brexit talks: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

The real Brexit bill – Northern Ireland:
Tom McTague

Who speaks for Northern Ireland on Brexit – Business bosses or the DUP?: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Potential key role for North's civil society in breaking impasse: The Irish Times
Monica McWilliams

PM spoke of her desire for a 'red, white and blue' Brexit... now she hoists the white flag of surrender: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

How could Theresa May have been caught out by the DUP? Everyone knows Northern Irish politics is famed for its willing compromise: The Independent
Matthew Norman

Northern Ireland needs a deal to avoid hard border: Financial Times

Extradition of people between Ireland and UK will be more complex after Brexit, says Chief Justice: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

After three-year extradition battle, Jennifer Dornan murder accused appears in dock: Irish News
Allison Morris

Ulster University to introduce Irish language signs at Students' Union: Belfast Telegraph

Ulster Students' Union new Irish Language signage policy 'makes the university a cold house for unionists and Protestants.': The News Letter
Duncan Elder

File on Ian Paisley recall petition breaches sent to PPS: Irish News

Disappointment at lack of Government plan to compensate victims of Libyan backed IRA attacks: Belfast Telegraph

'Secret' Blair-Libya deal stinks, says Lord Empey: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Northern Ireland bridge to Scotland could be discussed at Cabinet level, it emerges: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

SDLP MLA criticises Paisley for 'obsessing' over Northern Ireland to Scotland bridge: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Postman who flew Paras flag on way to Northern Ireland match in Dublin suspended by Royal Mail: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Tóibín signs up two members to his new 'Euro-critical party' which aims to protect 'all human life':
Christina Finn

'Signs that hope and history can sometimes rhyme' (Nov 12): Irish Independent

'Pure sectarian hatred' or 'totally biased pro-Catholic coverage' – Complaints to RTÉ over papal visit (Nov 20):
Sean Murray & Stephen McDermott

Minister slams vandalism of WW1 statue as gardaí launch investigation: Irish Independent
Rachel Farrell

This is why Unionists attacking Yessers over the Scotsman are hypocrites: The National (Scotland)
Kevin McKenna

Ireland, Colombia and Israel – Not Birds of a Feather (Nov 19): Jewish Press
Stephen M. Flatow

Wednesday, November 21

DUP will get £1bn fund even if deal with the Tories collapses: The National (Scotland)
Kathleen Nutt

DUP refuses to support May's Brexit deal for second day in row: The Guardian
Dan Sabbagh

Government accepts opposition amendments amid growing pressure on DUP pact: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – Government faces 'rude awakening' over withdrawal deal, DUP man tells Karen Bradley: The News Letter

DUP focused on changing Brexit deal – but promises have been broken and we don't feel obligated to deliver on our pledges: Sammy Wilson: Belfast Telegraph

If the DUP backs the government in a confidence vote, it won't be for fear of Corbyn: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Theresa May needs to be frank about just who is going to be in control in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

The DUP are unpredictable, contradictory and defiant, but Mrs May needs them more than ever: Daily Telegraph
Tom Harris

Theresa May knew the anger her deal would provoke, but went ahead with it anyway... that should worry unionists more than anything else: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

DUP unlikely to be swayed by May's charm offensive: Belfast Telegraph

May suggests Brexiters' customs plan could be Irish border solution: The Guardian
Dan Sabbagh and Daniel Boffey

Bradley urges Northern Ireland businesses to speak up on agreement's benefits: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Brexit deal – Business groups set to meet PM on Brexit: BBC

UFU among UK farm unions to unite behind Theresa May – Brexit draft deal 'an opportunity that needs to be taken': Belfast Telegraph

Brexit agreement should not be changed – Ireland's deputy PM: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – 'Great Britain and Northern Ireland must leave EU on equal terms': The News Letter

Lady Hermon secures Government support for declaration on Northern Ireland status: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Brexit deal – The importance of being unionist?: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Sammy Wilson 'gets desperate' after accusing Leo Varadkar of 'Brit-bashing': Irish News
John Manley

There's something everyone has missed about Theresa May and the Brexit vote: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

Government has capitulated and backstop will split NI from the UK: Belfast Telegraph
Kate Hoey

Fear of a 'no-deal' Brexit is like Millennium Bug hysterics: The News Letter
Alexander Downer and Graham Gudgin

Why Northern Ireland business leaders are right not to be cowed by DUP's Project Fear over May's withdrawal plan: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

'Doomsday' no-deal Brexit food plans 'massively challenging': The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

'Signed deal would be a big step – but Taoiseach must err on side of caution': Irish Independent
John Downing

Brexit could make Ireland a 'special friend' to the United States, Irish ambassador says: Washington Post
Adam Taylor

Boris Johnson and Philip Hammond to attend DUP conference: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Two years since DUP and Sinn Féin's joint article on 'working together effectively': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP U-turn as it drops fees for media to attend party conference: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Thugs behind attacks must be brought to justice: Irish News

Narrow Water memorial attack accused must remain behind bars, judge rules: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Bonfire builder Macauley McKinney convicted of drugs charge: Irish News

Ex-soldiers are told to 'boycott' probe into 1971 Northern Ireland shootings: Daily Express
John Ingham

£12bn in Libyan funds cannot be used to compensate IRA Semtex victims: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Foreign Office 'giving up' on IRA victims of Libyan semtex: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Annual cathedral service cancelled as new pub bombings memorial is unveiled: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Máiría Cahill not satisfied after meeting Sinn Féin leader: BBC
Shane Harrison

Taoiseach accuses Mary Lou of 'hypocrisy' over $400 lunches as he faces backlash over tax changes: Irish Independent
John Downing

Abortion row ex-SF mayor insists many will defect to pro-life party: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Rangers fan rages after girlfriend has him tattooed… with Celtic crest: Irish Post
Gerard Donaghy

'What England wants, it gets' – Brexit deal fails to win over Scottish voters: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

Spain warns it may derail Brexit deal over Gibraltar veto: RTE

Tuesday, November 20

DUP abstain from crucial vote in warning over May's Brexit agreement: The Independent
Shehab Khan

'Government has not honoured bargain' – DUP's Wilson speaks after party abstains in Commons vote: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Tory-DUP relationship 'broken over Europe' – Ken Clarke: BBC
Stephen Walker

Brexit backstop gives NI too many advantages, says PM: BBC
John Campbell

Bradley warns no-deal Brexit will mean WTO customs checks in Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Key Brexit report on Northern Ireland should be published 'without delay' – Taoiseach: Irish Independent
Louise Kelly & Kevin Doyle

Lord Empey claims DUP has failed to protect Union: Belfast Telegraph

'We would be trapped' – Taoiseach comments show hard border never possible, says Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Brexit – Criticism of UFU intensifies over backing of deal: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Irish minister's Brexit reassurance meaningless, claims Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Arlene Foster urged to get down from 'Brexiteer high horse': Belfast Telegraph

Coveney praises 'steely' Theresa May for securing 'good deal for Britain': Belfast Telegraph

Foster – Border backstop is unnecessary EU 'negotiating tactic': The News Letter

'Deck is stacked against her – but PM still has cards left to play': Irish Independent
John Downing

How Brexit meets 2016 concerns of Foster and McGuinness: Irish Examiner
Brian Keegan

"Rather than owning a compromise which they have shaped the DUP prefers to look like its victim":
Matthew O'Toole

Whatever the final shape of Brexit, the principle of consent about Northern Ireland's constitutional future remains intact: Belfast Telegraph
Rick Wilford

What Brexit Britain really needs is a tactical genius like Joe Schmidt: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

What unionism needs now is clarity and cool-headed thinking: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Don't blame the Irish – the Brexit chaos is all about England: The Guardian
Fintan O'Toole

Ireland after Brexit – Extremists can't have the last word: Irish Examiner

Britain's Got Talent posters removed from Belfast City Council after Union flag complaints from staff: The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Nolan's documentary highlights injustice of Maguire Seven case: Belfast Telegraph

The Maguire Seven – 'A great British injustice': BBC

Sinn Féin accuse government of withholding legacy funding over Stormont deadlock: ITV

Ballymurphy inquest hears of priest's 'very heavily bloodstained vest': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Break for the Border – grocery shoppers heading North again: Irish Independent
John Mulligan

Sinn Féin lose challenge over sale of Raymond McCreesh Park: ITV

Narrow Water memorial vandalism, man remanded in custody: The Cross Examiner

Sinn Féin candidate Shauneen Baker tried to blow up Belfast airport as teenager: The Sunday Life
Sarah Henderson

Mary Lou McDonald to meet with Máiría Cahill over abuse case:
Michelle Hennessy

Mairia Cahill has 'no expectations' in meeting with Sinn Féin leader: Belfast Telegraph

More shoppers making grocery trips to Northern Ireland due to sterling weakness: Irish Independent
John Mulligan

North may serve as post-Brexit 'bridge' to EU, claims Retail NI: The Irish Times
Freya McClements & Gerry Moriarty

Backlash as SFA say only Israel and Scotland flags allowed in Hampden for big game: The Herald
Martin Williams

Brexit must not be 'false choice' between May deal and no deal, says Sturgeon: Belfast Telegraph

If Northern Ireland can get a special Brexit deal, so can Scotland: Scottish Daily Record
Ian Blackford

Monday, November 19

DUP and British government continue to clash over Brexit deal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ireland's deputy premier travels to Brussels for discussions over Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – DUP says choice between bad deal and right deal: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Bradley pushes deal to North's business chiefs: Irish Independent

Jeffrey Donaldson defiant on Brexit stance as businesses and farmers back Theresa May's withdrawal plan: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Bertie Ahern – Brexit deal addresses 'most' of Ireland's 'issues and positions' (Nov 14): Irish Examiner

Fresh concerns raised over controversial border security bill: Irish News
Connla Young

UK poll backs May on Brexit (Nov 18): Sunday Independent
David Wilcock

Theresa May defies Brexit 'Gang of Five' over Irish backstop: The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

DUP is wielding its influence over May in a huge gamble: The Irish Times
Katy Hayward

DUP facing intense pressure over Brexit deal stance: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

'Our Unionist neighbours can rest assured Republic has no hidden agenda around Brexit': Irish Independent
Heather Humphreys

Brexit – can you fix stupid?: RTE
Tommie Gorman

May government's Brexit aims were never achievable – they've been hunting a fantastical beast all along: Irish Examiner
Michael Keating

What lies ahead on Brexit rollercoaster: The Times
Lucinda Creighton

MPs need to support backstop as insurance against a hard border (Nov 16): Belfast Telegraph
Colum Eastwood

A People's Vote is the way forward for a sensible Brexit: Irish News
Steven Agnew

The DUP haven't learned their lesson – never trust the Tories: The National (Scotland)
Peter Geoghegan

'Coveney rightly calls out Sinn Féin's cynical abstention' (Nov 18): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

A set of relationships have been damaged... perhaps irretrievably (Nov 16): Belfast Telegraph
John Dunlop

'The worst Brexit outcome is now the most likely' (Nov 18): Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

Brexit pantomime would be funny except it's a tragedy: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

'Ireland can expect prosperity when Britain is in difficulty' (Nov 18): Sunday Independent
Karl Deeter

Brexit Blunder: The Times

'Good case for a second Brexit vote': Irish Independent

DUP's nightmare scenario looms: Irish News

Competition launched to find Northern Ireland's next police ombudsman: Belfast Telegraph

Brother of Martin McGuinness joining ex Sinn Féin TD in new all Ireland pro-life republican party: Belfast Telegraph

'IRA' claim blaze guns not used to target police: Irish News
Connla Young

Report says Sinn Féin members 'did not cooperate' with police on investigation into Mairia Cahill abuse: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Mairia Cahill calls for meeting with SF leadership (Nov 18): Sunday Independent
Kevin Doyle

Prosecutors leave Bloody Sunday veterans in legal limbo (Nov 18): Sunday Telegraph
Robert Mendick

November 16, 1968 – the day Derry rumbled to sound of marching feet (Nov 16): Derry Journal
Sean McLaughlin

Christmas market sets up next to gravestones at Birmingham Cathedral: Birmingham Mail
Graham Young

As Dublin was bombed Ireland were a kick away from beating the All Blacks (Nov 14): The Irish Times
Keith Duggan

'Even in remembrance, conflict continues over wearing the poppy': Derry Journal
Terry Wright

Snow Patrol's Gary Lightbody voices anger at political stalemate in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit is knocking the joy out of Christmas preparations: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

The Union has rarely looked so fragile: The National (Scotland)
Keith Brown

Pro-IRA graffiti spray-painted on Coatbridge war memorial and church sparks outrage: Scottish Daily Record
Nicholas Keyden

Sunday, November 18

Robin Swann – Irish government 'poked unionists in the eye': BBC
Jayne McCormack

Brexit – Lady Sylvia Hermon expects to meet PM over deal: BBC
Gareth Gordon

The DUP is exposed, clinging to pathetic 'No surrender' politics: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

Deal may not be perfect, but it's far preferable to hard Brexit scenario: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Irwin

'Don't be smug on Brexit – we are not learning its lessons': Irish Independent
Ben Tonra

North was always treated differently to rest of UK: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

Apathy over Brexit vote and its aftermath is a factor that has led unionism to this grim pass: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Willie O'Dea 'aghast' at the 'comic-book' theatrics to Brexit by 'right wing' factions of UK Government and DUP (Nov 14): Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Intoxicated England needs to sober itself up (Nov 12): Irish Examiner
Suzanne Harrington

Poll shows big majority believes Brexit makes united Ireland more likely – yet unionists still support it, while republicans are against? Did I miss an email somewhere?: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Feargal Cochrane – Northern Ireland shouldn't be the sacrifice at the end of Brexit: The National (Scotland)
Roxanne Sorooshian

Leo Varadkar – 'Irish government wants to build bridges': BBC
Shane Harrison

Traumatised RUC officers pushed into the shadows – QC: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Gregory Campbell – 600% rise in proxy votes 'perverted democracy': Derry Journal

Loyalist attack accused Gibson and Rush remanded in custody: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

How a group of Tory MPs could stop Northern Irish families ever getting justice: New Statesman
Simon Jones

Seeking justice for Belfast's forgotten massacre: Sunday Independent
Kim Bielenberg

Out of the deep horror of conflict, did we see a glimmer of hope?: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

Dublin 1974 bombings survivor – 'It needs to be talked about' (Nov 12): The Irish Times
Brian Hutton

McDonald issues legal threat over tweet: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

'Too many Churches have got mixed, wishy-washy messages ... what the people need is a clear lead' (Oct 27): Belfast Telegraph
William Anderson

Martin McGuinness's brother Declan backs pro-life Peadar Tóibín's party: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

Hatred of Windsor Park in 1993 has softened to pantomime: The Irish Times
Michael Walker

Sinn Féin leader lays wreath for Irish soldiers who died in world wars: BBC

Ireland needs to remember its World War I heroes: Irish Voice/
John Spain

Stormont drops challenge over A5 Derry to Tyrone road project due to lack of minister (Nov 15): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Gerry Adams cook book video published on YouTube as former Sinn Féin president appears in ad (Nov 13): Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Stay In: The Times

Saturday, November 17

Theresa May admits DUP may not back Brexit deal: The Guardian
Jessica Elgot

Government has 'no hidden agenda' on Brexit: Irish Examiner
Juno McEnroe

'Difficult to avoid hard Border with no Brexit deal' – Varadkar admits: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn and Claire Fox

Ulster Unionist Party slates 'brash behaviour' by Taoiseach: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Coveney wants Sinn Féin in Commons for Brexit vote: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Sinn Féin leader says party will not save Theresa May's Brexit deal by taking seats at Westminster: The Independent
Rebecca Black

Business groups set to deliver unprecedented attack on DUP: Irish News
Gary McDonald

'We need a new leader who can command DUP's respect', says leading Tory Brexiteer: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

'Varadkar got his deal – but it might be too good to be true': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Businesses believe this is a Brexit compromise deal that will work: Belfast Telegraph
John Simpson

Foster annoyed at NI business leaders' support for Brexit deal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ulster Unionist leader blasts inclusion of backstop in withdrawal agreement as a 'monumental error in judgement': Belfast Telegraph

PSNI are 'not overplaying Brexit border threat': BBC
Chris Page

Brexit – How the deal was done: RTE
Tony Connelly

Backstop must be maintained and protected: Irish News
Mary Lou McDonald

My party can't support deal that handcuffs us to Europe: Belfast Telegraph
Diane Dodds

Northern Ireland – Brexit battle between politics and pragmatism:
David Blevins

Break for the Border? Brexit turmoil sends ripples of hope and fear through North: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

FT – unionists 'right to be concerned' about Brexit: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

We have no right to be smug about the Brexit fiasco: The Times
Shane Coleman

DUP have failed unionism by backing the Conservatives... and we could all pay for it: Belfast Telegraph
Steve Aiken

'Ireland's fate is now inextricably linked to that of the UK prime minister': Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Theresa the Tenacious has to be admired for fighting spirit: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Lest we forget – Europe will really miss the UK: The Times
Lise Hand

Jamie Bryson wins temporary court order to prevent investigators examining seized computer equipment: Irish News

Man shot in 'paramilitary-style' attack in Londonderry: Belfast Telegraph

Paramilitary style attack leaves man with 'life-changing' injuries: Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Raymond McCord says judicial questioning has brought new hope of criminal charges: Irish News

Discovery of dissident weapons haul in boiler house proof these thugs hold absolutely no regard for safety of public: Belfast Telegraph

West Belfast New IRA guns 'used in previous attacks on PSNI': Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

PSNI find weapons haul on top of hot boiler which caught fire in Belfast: Irish Examiner

Weapons discovery a serious setback to dissident republicans: Irish News

Derry's key civil rights march recalled 50 years on: The Irish Times
Freya McClements

Unquestioning remembrance obscures truth that WW1 was a futile conflict with no winners: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Republic fans booing God Save the Queen a 'disgrace', says Sinn Féin TD: Belfast Telegraph

Fans condemn 'disgraceful' attack on two Northern Ireland supporters outside Aviva Stadium: Irish Mirror
Stephen Larkin Gavin Quinn

Young Irish footballers could be hit hardest by Brexit: The Times
Gabriele Marcotti

Ireland to remain open door to UK for EU citizens post-Brexit: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Totally bored with Brexit? Bamboozled by the backstop? Believe me, you are not alone: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

'Colombia was inspired by the Irish peace process': Irish Independent
Conor Kane

Friday, November 16

Theresa May – There will be no Brexit deal without Irish backstop: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Brexit – Jeffrey Donaldson says DUP-Tory pact review if deal passes Parliament: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Theresa May claims 'DUP working with us': The News Letter

DUP compares Brexit threat to Northern Ireland to IRA campaign: Belfast Telegraph

Pro-Remain Northern Ireland parties 'positive' after meeting with Taoiseach: Irish Examiner

Brexit – Unionists must do everything possible to defeat this pernicious deal, says Jim Allister: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Robin Swann 'cheap in the extreme' in attacks on DUP, says Ian Paisley in call for unionist unity: Belfast Telegraph

Coveney denies accusation of triumphalism in Dublin: The News Letter

Falls and Shankill agree – Brexit is a shambles: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

UFU call on DUP to back Brexit deal: The News Letter
David Young

Draft Brexit deal better than no deal, say NI business leaders: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Commitment to human rights and equality enshrined in EU/UK 'deal': Irish News
Mairead Holland

Gloss comes off Irish Government's Brexit backstop victory: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Brexit deal reaction – 'It's still not clear if what lies beyond is a smooth exit lane or an abyss': Irish Examiner
Eamon Quinn, Geoff Percival, and Pádraig Hoare

'Brexit 'the new climate change' – the solution is obvious, but too difficult': Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Brexit – DUP 'has failed to protect Union and has left us in a terrible mess': The News Letter
Duncan Elder

DUP MPs and not Arlene Foster drive party's Brexit agenda: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Theresa May has ruthlessly but reluctantly felt she had to jettison unionism in Northern Ireland: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Tories throw unionism under the bus once again: The Irish Times
Alex Kane

Like James Molyneaux, the DUP has found to its cost that Albion behaves in unpredictable ways: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

Why unionists should now push to remain in the EU: Belfast Telegraph
Arthur Aughey

Back PM on Brexit because Corbyn risks united Ireland: The News Letter
Lord Feldman

'A hard exit now looks the most likely outcome – and it'll deliver a cruel sucker punch to these sectors of Irish economy': Irish Independent
David Chance

Brexit should not have been this complicated ... it was only in EU's interest to muddy the waters over Irish border: Belfast Telegraph
Austen Morgan

The defeat of the EU withdrawal deal is the first imperative: The News Letter

Northern Ireland can benefit from Brexit, but only if we're flexible: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit referendum – Second poll would halt the chaos: Irish Examiner

Paul Givan slams Sinn Féin petition opposing Union and NI flags: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Jamie Bryson mistakes Munster flag for 'masked terrorist' at football match: The News Letter
Andrew Quinn

Dissidents blamed for Derry gun attack: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Concern over 'increase' in paramilitary-style attacks in Derry: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Is a little known legal process set to play a key role in legacy cases?:
Barry McCaffrey

Trial of facts – how the process works:
Barry McCaffrey

Ballymurphy inquest – Coroner reports tweet: BBC
Will Leitch

Ballymurphy Massacre inquest – Soldiers 'mocked daughter' as she frantically searched for missing father: Belfast Telegraph
Brett Campbell

Sinn Féin censored me, insists Tóibín as he quits to form party: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin and Kevin Doyle

Simon Coveney hits out at 'idiots' who booed God Save the Queen at Northern Ireland match:
Rónán Duffy

Thank you, President Trump for backing an Irish visa scheme we need desperately: Irish Voice/
James O'Shea

Our fears came true – Ireland has moved towards European army: The News Letter
Roger Cole

Sturgeon – Brexit chaos makes independence case stronger every day: The Guardian
Libby Brooks


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