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Monday, October 31

Flanagan rejects 'concerning' claims of IDA 'investment poaching' from North: Irish Independent
Ralph Reigel and John Downing

Arlene Foster envisages 'technology border' between NI and Republic: BBC

Brexit must not impact push for peace in NI – John Kerry: The Guardian

Concern over Arlene Foster claims of Northern Ireland investment poaching: Belfast Telegraph

DUP conference – Insults and hubris won't make Brexit a success: Irish News
John Manley

Many have secured a special deal with EU – the North could too: Irish Independent
Brian Hayes

There is no going back on Brexit, for the UK or for NI: The News Letter
Editorial

Change comes slowly to Orange Order (Oct 26): Belfast Media
Jude Collins

"Keyboard warriors" slammed after Sinn Féin Councillor Stephen Magennis accused of PSNI "collaboration": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Murder of Joe Reilly a despicable crime (Oct 22): Irish News
Editorial

PSNI must be funded to function properly (Oct 24): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Northern Ireland moving on from its troubled past (Oct 28): New Zealand Herald
Karen Bowerman

Wheels falling off Stormont's Social Investment Fund clown car: Irish News
Newton Emerson

If Alliance can have rules, why should Presbyterian Church be any different? (Oct 24): Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Ashers ruling – Outcome must not discourage people's faith (Oct 25): Belfast Telegraph
Peter Lynas

More important issues than words on a cake: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Discrimination against LGBT people is plain wrong ... but we must be able to discriminate against ideas (Oct 29): Belfast Telegraph
Peter Tatchell

Where God is experienced as a reality: Irish Catholic
Nuala O'Loan

Pope Francis' visit to Ireland will be so different to that of Pope John Paul II (Oct 27): Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

A modest proposal for St Mary's Pro-Cathedral (Oct 25): The Irish Times
Frank McDonald

Senior Nama lawyer 'shocked' at involvement of firm in £1.2bn Project Eagle sale (Oct 25): Irish Independent
Brian Hutton

One in three plan to do Christmas shopping across the border and take advantage of the plunging pound: Irish Mirror
Anita McSorley

Are Protestants closer to the ideal of model citizen than are Catholics?: The Irish Times
Ian d'Alton

Policy to keep Gaeilge alive will give extra resources to schools (Oct 29): Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

Civil war parties shed voters in tough times but fail to woo them back again (Oct 30): Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

This anglo-centric government is putting the union at risk over Brexit (Oct 24): The Guardian
Archie Bland

EU can adapt to complexities of British exit (Oct 22): The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

John Kerry – NI Peace Process serves as a model for ending global conflict: Newstalk.com
Fionnuala Jones

Sunday, October 30

Foster accuses Irish government of poaching Northern Irish investors: Sunday Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Border controls 'a step backwards' warns US senator George Mitchell: BBC

Minister expresses 'deep concern' at claims Dublin is 'trying to poach investment, undermine economy in North' in wake of Brexit: Sunday Independent
Ralph Riegel

'No Irish Government talks down NI' – Fianna Fáil: ITV

Foster takes aim at Taoiseach in first DUP conference: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Arlene's Foster tells of guilt at being working mum and how the pressures of job impact on everyday life with family (Oct 28): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Arlene Foster has 'no regrets' over being pictured with a UDA commander (Oct 29): Irish News
John Manley

Latest scalps prove DUP is leading the way in unionism (Oct 28): Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

I'm neither unionist nor nationalist, says Naomi Long as she takes reins of Alliance (Oct 27): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Brexit decision cannot be altered, Diane Dodds says: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brexit could be the Republic's chance to bale out of the EU: Galway Advertiser

For nationalists, Brexit now seems to mean 'Brits Out' (Oct 29): Irish News
Patrick Murphy

Former IRA informer found dead at his home in England: The Guardian
Ruth McKee

Raymond Gilmour – The lonely death of a Derry Catholic who worked for the Army, laid a wreath at Mull of Kintyre crash site and prayed for Diana: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

'The first time that the sanctuary of the hospital was broken' – daughter recalls shooting of republican Máire Drumm 40 years on (Oct 26): Irish News
John Monaghan

Sinn Féin's real problem is ghosts from the past, not its media critics: Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Ashers ruling – Fight for equality is as much battle for hearts and minds as it is for legislation (Oct 25): Belfast Telegraph
Lyra McKee

Divisions will remain after court's ruling (Oct 25): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Challenge to A5 road between Derry and Ballygawley costs public £50k in legal fees (Oct 12): Irish News
John Monaghan

Campaigner wants Pitchford Inquiry extended to Northern Ireland (Oct 26): Belfast Telegraph

Lucky to be Irish: Belfast Media
Andrée Murphy

A week marked by many acts of good and bad authority: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Gregory Campbell lambasts James McClean for not wearing remembrance poppy: Londonderry Sentinel

Celtic fan charged with displaying offensive banner and effigies at Old Firm game suspended from prison job: Scottish Daily Record

Regina Doherty backs Enda Kenny to stay in power due to Brexit (Oct 25): Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith and Shaun Connolly

Independent Scotland could remain in EU after Brexit, leading expert says: Sunday Herald
Andrew Whitaker

Ewan McGregor reveals he'd have voted Yes to Scottish independence after hearing Brexit result: Scottish Daily Record
Hilary Duncanson

Brexit has ruined my case against Scottish independence: The Scotsman
Hugo Rifkind

Clintons' ties to Irish money revealed in leaked emails (Oct 27): The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Pro-Palestinian Council invites head of West Bank village to Derry: Derry Journal

Saturday, October 29

Landmark Brexit challenge dismissed by High Court in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Politicians disappointed after losing legal challenge over Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

Victims' campaigner fearing loss of European cash takes Brexit case to top court: Belfast Telegraph

DUP slam Mid Ulster Council's Brexit opposition as 'total nonsense': Mid Ulster Mail
Stanley Campbell

Brexit can still be stopped says Máirtín Ó Muilleoir: Newry Reporter

TUV – Anti-Brexit campaigners must 'get over themselves' after court judgement: The News Letter

Theresa May – No return to borders of the past: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Dublin's stance over Brexit driven by political instability, says Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph

Foster will not tolerate passport controls between North and Britain: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Arlene Foster – Brexit 'UK's biggest economic opportunity for decades': BBC

DUP conference live – Arlene Foster snubs all-island Brexit forum as she sets out strategy for Northern Ireland deal: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Why a Minister for Brexit makes total sense: Irish Examiner
Jim Power

The UK joined Europe as one nation, and that's how we'll leave: The Guardian
Arlene Foster

Sharing Executive with Martin McGuinness is a done deal, but the cosiness won't last: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Orange Order calls for Brokenshire to seize initiative on parades: Belfast Telegraph

Second Ulster Unionist councillor defects to the DUP: The News Letter

New DUP councillor previously compared party to North Korea in tweet: Irish News
John Monaghan

UUP defector Craig brands Mike Nesbitt an 'amateur': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

UUP councillor 'selfishly abandoned voters' by defecting to DUP: The News Letter

UDA boss Dee Stitt threatening Charter NI resignation U-turn over 'dirty tricks': Belfast Telegraph

UDA boss Dee Stitt now a distraction, says Arlene Foster: The News Letter

Raymond Gilmour – 'Abandoned' IRA supergrass lay dead in his flat for up to a week: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Dublin lawyer – I carried out a mere six or so IRA bombings: The News Letter

Abortion debate – Bloody Sunday relative Liam Wray votes for TUV on abortion: BBC

Free Derry Museum – Arson 'disrespects' Bloody Sunday victims (Oct 27): BBC

Naomi Long slams Arlene Foster over 'childish' reasons for gay marriage stance: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Arlene Foster – 'Gays are welcome' in DUP: BBC
Mark Devenport

Ashers gay cake ruling was black day for personal freedom (Oct 27): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

The great Belfast bake-off – Asher's 'gay cake' decision: The Irish Times
Editorial

Arlene Foster – Corporation tax cut certain to happen in April 2018: The News Letter

Peter Robinson joins forces with a property developer: Irish News
Allison Morris

Paddy Kearney property firm refuses to confirm if Peter Robinson is consultant: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Pope Francis to visit Northern Ireland?: Belfast Live
James Ward

Tourism body raises alarm on Common Travel Area: Irish Examiner
Eamon Quinn

Why a hard Brexit must make allowances for our all-island economy (Oct 25): Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Webb

Brexit – Chris Johns on Britain's lazy, jaw-dropping act of visceral self-harm: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

Friday, October 28

Sinn Féin 'turning its back on unionist outreach': BBC
Gareth Gordon

Nesbitt and Eastwood boost has to be more than eclipsing DUP and SF: Irish News
Alex Kane

We should celebrate difference and make it a strength, rather than let it divide us: Belfast Telegraph
Naomi Long

Orange leader – Parades Commission impeded progress on Twaddell: The News Letter

Callan UUP defection shows DUP only unionist party for Northern Ireland, claims Arlene Foster: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland to deliver ruling over Brexit challenge: News.Sky.com
David Blevins

Enda's forum will be full of 'remoaners' – Foster: Irish Independent
David Young

Corbyn slams PM May's 'Blackadder' plan for Irish border: Belfast Telegraph
Richard Wheeler

'Brexit too important for a minister, I'll take on role' – Kenny: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

John Deasy – Stop EU attacks on State policy in light of Brexit: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

UDA boss Stitt quits £35k charity job funded by Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

UDA 'trick or treat' graffiti outrage in Tyrone: Ulster Herald

Joe Reilly murder – PSNI investigate 'drugs and paramilitaries' link: BBC

Adrian Ismay murder accused has bail revoked: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Man denies IRA membership at first trial at new Special Criminal Court: Irish Independent
Diarmaid Mac Dermott

Violence of late-version IRAs has devalued their case against settling for Stormont (Oct 25): Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Guildford Four – Gerry Conlon's sister calls for files to be released: BBC
Tanya Gupta

Empey's horror at notion IRA victims were expendable: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Revealed – All Blacks threatened by IRA on 1973 tour: New Zealand Herald

Higgins calls for 'respectful' commemorations on North visit: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Same-sex marriage – First Minister Arlene Foster vows to continue blocking attempts to introduce law change in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Same-sex marriage – Arlene Foster criticised for 'childish' online abuse comments: BBC

'Ex-gay' bus ad man – I got raw deal in comparison with Ashers case (Oct 25): The News Letter

Ashers ruling – Disappointed yes, but this couple's faith is still unshakeable (Oct 25): Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Dialogue may have avoided court ruling over Ashers (Oct 27): Irish News
Editorial

Gay cake decision means all our freedoms are being eroded: The News Letter
Editorial

Derry and Strabane Council rejects Sinn Féin Irish language Christmas signs: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

'Northern-registered vessels no mussel seed fishing rights': Irish Examiner
Ann O'Loughlin

Why Northern Ireland – and the rest of the world – needs Andres Serrano's Torture pictures (Oct 24): The Guardian
Jonathan Jones

Clinton-linked firm touted ability to 'secure' funds from Irish charity (Oct 27): The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Wikileaks – Bill Clinton advised to pull his name from Enniskillen peace centre: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

As US president, Hillary Clinton would be alert to Ireland's interests: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

No 'special deal' for Scotland in Brexit talks, MSPs told: BBC

The tricky task of reprising the No campaign: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Defenders of the Union face new fight with old arguments (Oct 25): The Herald
David Torrance

Thursday, October 27

Enda Kenny – No Brexit deal on use of Irish ports as border control points: Irish Examiner
Daniel McConnell

Labour MP hits out at Government's position on Irish border post-Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

SDLP leader fears Brexit has 'cast shadow' over British Isles: The News Letter

Brexit border policy 'contradictory nonsense': The News Letter

Brexit – Theresa May insists Good Friday Agreement will not be affected: Irish News
Jack Maidment and Claire Simpson

Brexit vote will put ethnic minorities off politics, says ex-assembly member: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Brexit – Pound's fall pays dividend for NI border towns: BBC
Julian O'Neill

Brexit – Greenland and Faroes point way to UK solution: The Irish Times
Jerry White

Brexit – Former Irish PM warns that UK negotiation demands must appeal 'beyond Peterborough': BBC
John Campbell

Brexit is set to change everything: Belfast Media
Jude Collins

Naomi Long formally confirmed as new Alliance leader: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Paramilitary funds 'not at risk': The News Letter

Limavady councillor Aaron Callan quits UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

Young UUP councillor quits party which says he's 'unlikely to be missed': The News Letter

Anne and Francie Brolly join new anti-abortion group: Irish News
Connla Young

Threat against businesses serving PSNI officers is 'wrong' says Sinn Féin councillor: Derry Journal

Police Federation condemns reported threat against businesses serving PSNI officers: Derry Journal

Union flag which flew for decades in Magherafelt has been taken down: Irish News

Union flag in Magherafelt could have been facilitated within public realm – Allister: Tyrone Times
Stanley Campbell

Dee Stitt does Charter NI and staff no favours: Irish News
Allison Morris

Beaten ex-prisoner 'had walked with PSNI chief on streets of Crossmaglen': Belfast Telegraph
Declan Brennan

PSNI investigate after republicans circulate image of officer: The News Letter

Tony Taylor incarceration political, extrajudicial and denial of due process, say MLAs: Derry Journal

Man used his own faeces to scrawl 'IRA' in police cell: Derry Journal

Irish man found guilty of possessing explosives and making hoax bomb threats during Queen's state visit to Ireland: Irish Post
Erica Doyle Higgins

Funeral held for west Belfast murder victim Joe Reilly: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Journalist gives final evidence to Manus Deery inquest: Derry Journal

Move to end anonymity of soldier in shooting inquest opposed by lawyer: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Straw – IRA victims were not ignored during Gaddafi talks: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Libya would not have admitted responsibility for IRA terror – Straw: The News Letter

Negotiators 'decided payout bid for Libyan-directed terrorism would not succeed': Belfast Telegraph

Arson attack at Derry museum showed no respect for victims: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

New tier of anti-discrimination law follows gay cake ruling: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Anne Brolly says she left Sinn Féin over party's stance on abortion: Irish News

James McClean failed to get football 'joke' says Derry boss Shiels: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Rory McIlroy hints that 'politics' played a part in Olympics decision: Belfast Telegraph

MPs launch new push to change Britain's voting system to proportional representation: The Independent
Joe Watts

In Bogota, as in Belfast, the hard part is balancing the demand for peace with the thirst for justice: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Wednesday, October 26

Taoiseach – Ireland will have place at Brexit negotiation table: BBC

'I cannot foresee NI violence due to Brexit' says ex-taoiseach: The News Letter

Brexit 'could increase smuggling along Irish border' – John Bruton: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

Brexit has reopened the Irish question: Financial Times
Jim Gallagher

Brexit – We must build on the good relationships we have: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland will suffer because of Brexit – but the mainland couldn't care less: The Independent
Siobhan Fenton

Stormont needs detailed plan to unlock £5m to tackle paramilitaries: The News Letter

We have a major problem with Arlene Foster: Irish News
Brian Feeney

Gerry Adams is the leader of a new generation of republican leaders: Irish News
Jim Gibney

UDA chief Stitt wouldn't be leading Charter NI if I was involved – Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Margaret Ritchie MP says funding should never have been given to Charter NI: Irish News
Allison Morris

Deadline to end jail segregation in Northern Ireland is dismissed as threat remains: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Dissidents warn businesses not to serve PSNI officers: The News Letter

Dublin man appears at NI court charged with dissident offences: Sunday World

PSNI seize gun and ammunition in dissident republican probe: Belfast Telegraph
Luke Barnes

Newry IRA playground name – Equality chief slammed for 'secret' meeting: The News Letter

Daughter of republican Máire Drumm seeks answers to murder 40 years on: Irish News
John Monaghan

Manus Deery – Calls to reveal identity of soldier who witnessed killing of teenager: BBC

How the British got MacBride campaign right: (from the Irish Echo)
Sean McManus

McGurk's Bar massacre relative calls for PSNI to accept 'bias' in inquiry by RUC: Irish News
Connla Young

Kevin Sheehy was a free spirit... a pioneer who chose the road less travelled (Oct 24): Belfast Telegraph
Ronnie Flanagan

Birmingham City vs Aston Villa – Call for 21st minute pub bombings tribute (Oct 21): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Belfast High Court asked to widen spying investigation to North: The Irish Times
Ciarán D'Arcy

Peace process archives digitised at NUI Galway: The Guardian

Brexit 'only part of York Street story' (Oct 24): The News Letter
Wesley Johnston

Clarity needed on York Street Interchange project (Oct 21): Irish News
Editorial

Ashers gay cake appeal – McArthur family feel 'victimised' by Equality Commission: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

'Gay cake' – Many patrons say Ashers should have right to refuse: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ashers Bakery weigh up options as costs for gay cake battle rise to almost £180k: Belfast Telegraph
Claire McNeilly

Ashers ruling – The activists may have won but many people won't be celebrating verdict: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

We need a balance in competing rights that protects conscience: The News Letter
Editorial

Consign homophobia to history, urges Mary McAleese: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland workers 'turned away' from building sites in Republic: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Nama official suggested Project Eagle deal could proceed despite fixer fees: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

James McClean blasts Kenny Shiels for 'silly and stupid comments' on international football: Irish Mirror
Paul O'Hehir

Why doesn't James McClean wear a Remembrance Day poppy?: Daily Express
James Gray

The Guardian view on Brexit and the union – consensus not confrontation (Oct 25): The Guardian
Editorial

PM must listen to warnings on Brexit (Oct 25): The Herald
Editorial

Tuesday, October 25

On The Runs – Foster raises concerns with prime minister: BBC

UUP leader Mike Nesbitt – We can work with SDLP as alternative to failing regime: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

UUP-SDLP alliance faces immediate contradictions which could kill it: The News Letter
Sam McBride

North, Scotland mystified by May's 'bespoke Brexit' pledge: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Foster and McGuinness tell May they want central role in Brexit process: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Theresa May's UK Brexit talks fall flat as Nicola Sturgeon brands them 'deeply frustrating': Belfast Telegraph

No mandate Theresa May has no legitimacy as PM: Irish News
Tom Kelly

May's call for unity on Brexit highlights rifts with devolved regions: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

A chance for the devolved leaders to relay their views to the PM: The News Letter
Editorial

UUP conference – A dynamic duo ... but let's see if there's substance beyond the showmanship: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Dee Stitt should not be Charter NI chief – Jeffrey Donaldson says in Nolan Show 'ambush': Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

We need to have proof that money given to loyalists has been well spent: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Dee Stitt's untenable position: Irish News
Editorial

'Hero' RUC police officer Kevin Sheehy passes away: Belfast Telegraph
Jim McDowell

Ex-MLA Anna Lo – Why I'd vote for a united Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

DUP MP – 'Stitt should not be Charter NI boss': The News Letter

Top loyalist Ken Wilkinson and UUP at odds over call to halt segregation of prisoners in Maghaberry jail: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Department of Justice rejects claim Maghaberry prisoners in cells 23 hours a day: Belfast Telegraph

Council will follow review advice on IRA playground: The News Letter

Sinn Féin to unveil portrait of Belfast hunger striker Kieran Doherty in Dail: Irish News

Army shooting victim Manus Deery's brother told on deathbed of ex-officer's sorrow: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Three killings which left a Border community reeling: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

Enemies of the state are using skewed justice system to push aside innocent terror victims: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Ashers Bakery same-sex cake appeal loss: McArthurs say case 'undermines free speech' – gay activist Gareth Lee breaks silence: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

'Gay cake' appeal ruling 'surprisingly straightforward': BBC
Joshua Rozenberg

Court seems to criticise Equality Commission over Ashers: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

The troubling logic at the heart of the 'Gay cake' ruling: The Spectator
Melanie McDonagh

Ashers should now bake a cake with the word 'sorry' iced on it: Belfast Live
Kevan Furbank

Gay cake ruling is all wrong and this is why: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

The Guardian view on free speech – not just the icing on the cake: The Guardian
Editorial

Death of Tom Hayden, 76: Irish Echo
Ray O'Hanlon

Finance Minister Mairtin O'Muilleoir to challenge PM Theresa May on 10% corporation tax rate: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

11-year-old Rangers fan bottled in head before Old Firm game set to be Ibrox guest of honour: Scottish Daily Record
Ross McCafferty

Monday, October 24

Theresa May warned of risk of constitutional crisis over Brexit deal: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

May to offer Foster and McGuinness role in Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Ireland needs EU 'direct aid' to handle Brexit, says FF leader: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Brexit threat to fledgling Mike Nesbitt and Colum Eastwood's 'Columike' bromance: Irish News
John Manley

Time for Dublin to throw a lifeline to the British: Irish News
Deaglan de Breadun

Amid the frustrations, Enda might recall Fine Gael's moment of 'Irexit' with the UK: Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Boldness and bravery needed from SDLP and UUP: Irish News
Tom Kelly

Post-Brexit – Ireland is looking forward, Britain is looking back (Oct 19): The Irish Times
Chris Haskins

'A united Ireland is inevitable,' says former Alliance MLA: Irish Independent

Conservative MPs 'cannot support' boundary change proposals (Oct 20): BBC
Stephen Walker

Man, 34, due in court over dissident republican terrorism offences: The News Letter

Powerful documentary sheds new light on border killings: Fermanagh Herald
Roisin Henderson

Why the Birmingham Pub Bombing families need legal funding now: Birmingham Mail
Jonathan Walker

Race discrimination laws in Northern Ireland 'lag behind rest of the UK' (Oct 4): Belfast Telegraph

We need to understand toxic nature of low-level racism (Oct 13): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Boat's Irish name removal is DUP department's only name change: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Why are more of us Irish not interested in learning our own language? (Oct 20): Irish Mirror
Paddy Clancy

Cross-border learning community 'would not work': Irish News
Simon Doyle

Further clarity is needed on obstacles to key York St junction: The News Letter
Editorial

Magnificent gesture by Ulster rugby fans: Irish News
Editorial

Up to £7,000 charged in UK for visas issued in Ireland: The Irish Times
Colm Keena

Advisers to Nama in North 'had confidential information' (Oct 14): Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Sinn Féin put on defensive over refusal to censure Putin (Oct 23): Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Police arrest 18 Old Firm fans after Hampden derby clash: Scottish Daily Record

'Find the thug who did this to my son' – Mum of boy bottled at first Old Firm game tells Celtic fan to hand himself in: Scottish Daily Record
Debbie Jackson

Why Quebec may be the answer to Ireland's school patronage debate (Oct 12): The Irish Times
Karin Fischer

Cautious welcome for academic's view on softening of US view of independence (Oct 23): Sunday Herald
Andrew Learmonth

Sunday, October 23

36 OTRs linked to 136 incidents, PSNI confirms: Belfast Telegraph

Interview – Mike Nesbitt won't rule out another pact with the DUP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

UUP and SDLP advance North's politics a few inches forward: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ministers subvert democracy when they bypass the Assembly (Oct 20): The News Letter
Mike Nesbitt

Micheal Martin slams UK Brexit ministers as 'cavalier and grossly irresponsible': Sunday Independent
Cormac McQuinn

A 'hard' border would be catastrophic says MEP Harkin: Sligo Champion

A Rashers Tierney-style independence for Britain: Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

Role of parades negotiator Jim Roddy recognised at Londonderry Chamber of Commerce dinner: The News Letter

PSNI clash with dissident republicans over drugs bust: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Ulster Unionist MLA proposes the end of a separated prison regime at Maghaberry: Belfast Telegraph

'Reject the British army' – Derry Sinn Féin activist: Derry Journal

Theresa May told failure to support Birmingham Pub Bombing families is 'shameful' (Oct 19): Birmingham Mail
Jonathan Walker

Mary Lou accused of 'cover-up' after Dáil video edited: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Football Manager 2017 – NI leaves UK in Brexit scenario: Londonderry Sentinel

Presbyterian Church is so hung-up over same-sex row it has forgotten meaning of love: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Department 'to consider Irish language' in patronage process (Oct 21): The Irish Times
Eanna Ó Caollaí

Northern Ireland's builders fear exodus of skilled staff to Republic (Oct 18): Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

SF 'looking for excuses' after blaming Brexit for halt to traffic plans (Oct 20): The News Letter

Brexit and priorities of SF bring project to a screeching halt (Oct 20): Belfast Telegraph
Wesley Johnston

Theresa May wants more meetings with devolved administrations: BBC
Mark Devenport

Sturgeon – Scotland must be 'equal partner' in Brexit talks: BBC

We need to realise Tories will do Brexit the hard way (Oct 22): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

It's not racist to want to control national borders: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

English nationalism has shattered my sense of belonging in Britain: The Guardian
Ian Jack

Alistair Darling says indyref2 won't happen 'any time soon' ... because Nicola Sturgeon doesn't believe she would win: Scottish Daily Record
Lucinda Cameron

Time to set tribalism aside and put Scotland first: Sunday Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Miles from La Moncloa (Oct 19): Gibraltar Chronicle
Brian Reyes

Saturday, October 22

Brexit has no 'easy answers or quick fixes', Charlie Flanagan says: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Resist post-Brexit internal UK passport control with every breath – Nesbitt: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Last-gasp Stormont bid to block Brexit set to fail: The News Letter
Sam McBride

We must be careful that we don't sleepwalk into an economic no man's land like Brexit: Irish Independent
Mandy Johnston

Losing EU subsidies might not be an entirely bad thing: The News Letter
Ian Parsley

Britain's Irish question becomes Ireland's English question: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Theresa May in cloud cuckoo land over Brexit: Irish Examiner
Editorial

UUP and SDLP form new 'partnership' in Northern Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Opposition parties 'must break cosy establishment' – Eastwood: ITV

Standing ovation for SDLP leader at Ulster Unionist conference: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Mike Nesbitt – Vote me, you get Colum; vote Colum you get me: The News Letter
David Young

How will Stormont shield businesses from the threat of protection rackets?: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Ministers unite to call for cash injection in November budget: Belfast Telegraph

Belfast murder – Joe Reilly killing 'cold-blooded execution': BBC

Joe Reilly murder – We must unite against Isis-style justice haunting Northern Ireland streets: Belfast Telegraph
Henry McDonald

Man questioned over murder of Jock Davison is 'sitting duck' for revenge attack: Irish News

Loyalist Dee Stitt says North Down Defenders are "our homeland security": Irish News

Stormont probes UDA chief Stitt's 'homeland security' remarks: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Concerns raised about safety of suspected republican prisoner Luke O'Neill: Irish News
Connla Young

Adams gives apology to garda who survived 1976 IRA bomb: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Outrage over hunger striker's play at police country club: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

Did this meeting seal one of the moral outrages of our age? Photo captures Tony Blair's despicable deal to 'unlawfully' grant indemnity to scores of fugitive IRA murderers: Daily Mail
Austen Morgan

Victim's sister hugs former British army officer after evidence to inquest: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Ex-Army officer weeps as he addresses family of Derry boy shot in back of head: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Manus Deery Inquest – Soldiers 'aware of army guidelines': BBC

Brother of murdered UDR man Robin Bell recalls deadly IRA ambush as they arrived home: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

First Minister honours RUC's fallen heroes: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI press office email warns against responding to The Irish News: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Press Council – Lynn Boylan MEP and Irish Independent: Irish Independent

Clinton will work for NI's future if she beats Trump, says advisor at Belfast dinner in her honour: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Applications for Irish citizenship continue to surge post-Brexit: The Irish Times
Pamela Duncan

Tourism looks to cross-Border bodies for post-Brexit growth: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Celtic fan's gesture to tragic Rangers supporter Ryan Baird: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

David Davis – The UK is the 'vital union' for Scotland: Daily Telegraph
Auslan Cramb

Case to prepare for another referendum: The Herald
Editorial

Friday, October 21

Brexit could lead to some 'civil unrest' in Northern Ireland again- Former PSNI officer: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

PM May not taking Brexit concerns seriously, warns SF's McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Brexit means our Border will have to change – Hogan: Irish Independent
John Downing

'All-Ireland forum must hear from broad range of groups' – Fearon: Newry Times

Former US economic envoy warns of negative Brexit consequences: Irish News
John Manley

Unionists right to boycott Kenny's Brexit forum: The Irish Times
Newton Emerson

Tories vetoed election broadcast that portrayed DUP/Sinn Féin as clowns: Irish News
John Manley

SDLP leader Colum Eastwood to address Ulster Unionist conference: BBC
Gareth Gordon

New appointees to NI Equality Commission: The News Letter

Rural communities 'must not be neglected in tackling paramilitarism': Belfast Telegraph

'A pillar of Orangeism with immense vision': The News Letter
Brian Courtney

Shankill bonfire that engulfed homes denied Belfast council funding: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

UDA men break code of silence to tell of membership hell: Sunday World
Steven Moore

Policing alone is not the answer to anti-social behaviour, but it is definitely part of the solution: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Poleglass murder – bore hallmarks of paramilitary-style attack, say Sinn Féin: Irish News

Man dies after shooting in west Belfast: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Drugs found during probe into dissident republican activity: Portadown Times

Poleglass murder – Man dies after being shot in West Belfast: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott and Maurice Fitzmaurice

Dungiven – Shooting was paramilitary-style attack: BBC

Terror group ONH claims it has shot two people and tried to kill another after "robust investigation": Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Stakeknife probe bias concerns rejected by English chief constable: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Equality Commission chief meeting council on McCreesh Park name: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Family see soldier who ordered teen's killing: Derry Journal

Pub bombings – Labour Shadow Cabinet demands funding for victims' families (Oct 17): Birmingham Mail
Jonathan Walker

Ex-Alliance chief David Ford grateful for support in wake of removal as Second Donegore Presbyterian Church elder: Belfast Telegraph
Jonny Bell

David Ford risks further church anger over reform abortion Bill: Belfast Telegraph
Sophie Inge

David Ford case badly handled by Presbyterian Church: Irish News
Alex Kane

Faith becoming a 'foreign language', Archbishop warns: Irish Independent
Sarah MacDonald

Bill and Hillary Clinton – True friends of Irish Unity: Baltimore Post-Examiner
Bill Hughes

Death of Gaeltacht likely in next 10 years, warns expert (Oct 20): The Irish Times

New Scottish independence bill published: BBC

Nicola Sturgeon is playing for time on independence, but Theresa May must change the mood music – and soon: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Thursday, October 20

Britain in breach of Belfast Agreement duties, says FF: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Martin McGuinness 'does not trust' NI Secretary of State on Brexit: BBC

Beyond Brexit – Uncertainty hangs in air of Border towns: The Irish Times
Rodney Edwards

McCann aligns himself with Tory right wingers – McCartney: Derry Journal

McCann hits back at McCartney over 'little Englanders' jibe: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Brexit vote reignites the debate on Britishness in Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Special status is quite normal in the EU: Irish News
Newton Emerson

Stormont should take leaf from SNP chief Nicola Sturgeon's book when it challenges May over Brexit plan: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Victims must not be used as political bargaining chips: Irish News
Allison Morris

Man believed to be from Derry abducted and shot in Dungiven: Derry Journal
Sheena Jackson

Orange 'outrage' at removal of Union flag in Magherafelt: The News Letter

Orange Halls to benefit from £500k funding boost: ITV

DUP minister facing questions over £500,000 'Orange halls' funding: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Sixty receive death threats linked to UDA feud: The News Letter

Allister attacks SF man's 'complacency' on terror memorials: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Undercover police called as witnesses in bid to halt dissident case: The News Letter

Bomb threat accused says his phone's ID number was "cloned", Special Criminal Court hears: Sunday World

Plight of pub bombings families "unbelievable" – Hillsborough MP (Oct 16): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Birmingham pub bombings – PM says she hopes victims' families get legal aid: BBC

Truth about Birmingham pub bombings may never be told if Theresa May doesn't act (Oct 18): Birmingham Mail
Jonathan Walker

Pub bombings inquests: Government ministers are hypocrites – campaigner (Oct 15): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Woman recalls horror of watching boy shot by Army die in her arms: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

We should close Northern Ireland Troubles files and leave the past where it belongs, in the past: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Ryder

Retired Garda's first act on border patrol was clearing up dead bombers' remains: Irish News
Gareth McKeown

Ford's removal as elder 'doesn't make Presbyterian Church a cold place': The News Letter

Zero tolerance of dissent out of step with public thinking: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Irish to English boat name change cost just £302: The News Letter

Concern over 'love to Gerry Adams' in Clinton speech: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Campaign to rename Cork streets after Irish heroes: Irish Examiner
Eoin English

Hard Border 'anathema' to Irish tourism, committee hears (Oct 18): The Irish Times
Mark Hilliard

Brexit remains a divisive issue for Irish in London: The Irish Times
Shane Hickey

Brexit has disfigured the tolerant Britain I've known: The Guardian
Eimear McBride

The English 'hate foreigners'? As an Irishman here I disagree: The Irish Times
Declan McSweeney

A Yes vote requires majority of more than 50% for a consensus: The Herald
Nigel Smith

Juan Manuel Santos – Colombia president to travel to NI during UK state visit: BBC
Mark Devenport

Wednesday, October 19

First Minister Foster says PM's Brexit letter 'significant': BBC

Criticism after PM's Brexit letter revealed in the media: ITV

May fails to ease North's exit fears: Irish Independent
Claire Williamson

Irish Border checks cannot be stepped up for UK – Ahern: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Kenny says NI Executive and Assembly need Brexit consensus: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Gerry Adams urges Dáil to clarify position on post-Brexit border checks: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

Northern Ireland's unionist strongholds against hard border: The Irish Times
Henry McDonald

'Europe will punish UK with hard Brexit', Newry MLA warns: Newry Times

SDLP calls for North to get unique status in Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

'We should leave EU on same day as British' – Gay Byrne backs Irish EU exit if Brexit happens: Irish Independent

Brexit to blast huge hole in Northern Ireland's fragile finances: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll and Henry McDonald

Brexit is a chance to start discussing our sense of 'Irishism': Irish News
Jarlath Kearney

What's the view from Dublin? Lessons of the past have been forgotten: Belfast Telegraph
Brendan Keenan

Beyond Brexit – Future looks uncertain for Ireland: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Alarming lack of a plan fuels Brexit uncertainty: Irish News
Editorial

Executive handouts not a loyalist slush fund – McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

John Boreland murder – Three women questioned by police: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

Sinn Féin protests at British army recruitment at university: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

DUP-headed department spent up to £7k changing boat's Irish name: Irish News
Connla Young

Welcome for council's new Irish language Christmas: Ulster Herald
Ryan McAleer

Australian police officer Nick Kaldas joins Stakeknife investigation in Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Bridie Jabour

Bullet was sole cause of Deery death: Derry Journal
Eamon Sweeney

Sister of Derry boy Manus Deery killed by Army left 'numb' after hearing soldier's name: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

I want Adams to apologise for IRA bomb that killed friend, says garda: Irish Independent
Rebecca Black

Britain's most senior coroner chosen for Birmingham pub bombing inquests (Oct 17): Birmingham Mail
Jonathan Walker

Ex-Alliance leader David Ford removed as elder of Second Donegore Presbyterian Church: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Sinn Féin sex abuse debate like Mugabe motion on human rights, claims rape survivor Mairia Cahill: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Northern political forces pushed for portfolio sale to US fund say Nama chiefs: The News Letter

Nama rejects Project Eagle claims: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

'People will never look at gardai the same if they strike' – Varadkar: Herald.ie
Cormac McQuinn and Cathal McMahon

Back-up plan still up in air as strike nears: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Disastrous Garda strike must be averted: The Irish Times
Editorial

MPs promised a vote 'if final Brexit deal leads to new treaty with EU': Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday, October 18

UK to 'cut off North' with an all-island border – unionists: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

MLAs vote against a motion calling for NI to be granted special status within the EU: BBC

SDLP calls for North to get unique status in Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SDLP call to kick Prime Minister's door in over Brexit: The News Letter

'British government on collision course with EU over Brexit' – Boylan: Newry Times

Theresa May to be asked about Brexit at EU leaders' summit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Hundreds of UK lawyers register in Ireland in Brexit insurance move: The Guardian
Owen Bowcott

Government's all-island Brexit forum risks becoming a talking shop: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

Why Brexit could leave voters east of the Bann with that sinking feeling: Belfast Telegraph
Ciaran McGonagle

Northern Ireland – the land that Brexit broke: New Statesman
Stephen Bush

Residents' horror after Belfast man is shot six times in legs: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

ONH behind Poleglass shooting: Belfast Media

West Belfast shooting exposes brutality of dissidents: Irish News
Editorial

UDA thugs hounded tragic Belfast teen Nathan Ritchie to his death: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

McGuinness defends UDA linked funding: The News Letter

PUP leader Billy Hutchinson wins no converts at grumpy conference: Irish News
Fionnuala O Connor

Eastwood's selective style of tolerance could lead to problems for SDLP in future: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Ex-republican prisoner hits out over PSNI stop and search of daughter's schoolbag: Irish News
Connla Young

'Lengthy' wait before planners act on UDA tribute – and they may not act at all: The News Letter

Declan McGlinchey anniversary parade moved after family talks: Irish News
John Monaghan

Man accused of Royal visit bomb plot applies to have explosives charge dismissed: Sunday World

Bid to end MoD's gag on the whistle-blower linked to Stakeknife: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Derry child Manus Deery 'was eating chips when soldier shot him dead': Irish Independent
Suzanne Breen

Identity of British soldier who killed Derry teen Manus Deery revealed for first time: Irish News

Teen IRA member 'shot in the back' by soldiers, new evidence suggests: ITV

Mr Clancy – Give the pub bombings victims posthumous Freedom of the City awards (Sep 22): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Northern Irish SDLP figures pay tribute to Gertrude Mallon: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

KRW law firm resolves libel action over newspaper report about 'Hooded Men': Irish News

Sinn Féin seeks DUP support for public consultation on gay marriage Bill: Belfast Telegraph

Nicola Sturgeon's ultimatums on EU and the Union wear thin (Oct 17): The Herald
David Torrance

The 3 ways Scotland could block hard Brexit: New Statesman
Julia Rampen

Monday, October 17

Martin McGuinness calls for special EU status for Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Patrick Wintour

Northern Ireland is not on radar of UK government, Fianna Fáil warns: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor and Colm Kelpie

Irish leaders fear Brexit will bring economic disaster: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll and Stephen Collins

Ireland and Brexit – Kenny says Government ready for worst-case scenarios: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Even after Brexit, hard borders won't be returning to Ireland: The Guardian
Charlie Flanagan

Soft border Brexit plan is essentially what we already have in place (Oct 15): Irish News
Newton Emerson

Flags on Ormeau road should be 'removed immediately', Alliance councillor says: Irish News
John Monaghan

Petrol bomb thrown through window of house in Ballykeel estate, Ballymena: BBC

Alleged UDA link to death of teen raises more Charter NI concerns: Irish News

Sectarian arson attack a despicable crime (Oct 14): Irish News
Editorial

North Belfast man may have been abducted before punishment shooting: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Victims commissioner says lack of progress disappointing: BBC

Pub bombing relatives target Tories with personal video pleas for funding (Oct 2): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Former NSW police investigator Nick Kaldas to help probe IRA murders during The Troubles: ABC.net.au
Danuta Kozaki

Flanagan's personal tribute to Garda murdered by IRA: Irish Independent
Daire Courtney

Irish boy blinded by Ulster bullet credits Worcester for charity: Worcester Telegram
Mark Sullivan

Edward Snowden leak suggests PSNI had access to web activity and phone records: Irish News
Connla Young

Hate crimes an 'everyday experience' for some Irish communities as over 150 incidents recorded in six months: Irish Independent
Ed Carty

Racism and homophobia shows darker side of our society (Sep 12): Irish News
Tom Kelly

Why do Irish institutions still call themselves 'royal'? (Sep 26): The Irish Times
Marion McEnroy-Higgins

Stormont agriculture department refuses to meet committee probing Brexit impacts (Oct 15): Irish News
John Manley

On the frontier of Brexit – The EU's existing hard and soft borders: The Irish Times
Andrew MacDowell and David Crouch

The single market that matters to Scotland is the UK: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

Brexit has made a second referendum a constitutional necessity (Oct 16): Sunday Herald
Editorial

Sunday, October 16

Brexit – Understanding why people voted as they did in the choice of a lifetime: The News Letter
John Garry and John Coakley

Welcome to the jungle – Long and Foster already trading barbs (Oct 12): Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

'Loyalists must be included in legacy process' – Hutchinson: ITV

Northern Ireland Executive's decision to give funding back to marching bands is step in right direction (Oct 13): Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Tory expedience means DUP love-in will continue (Oct 14): Irish News
John Manley

Stormont ministers lack action plan to tackle racism, Opposition claims (Oct 11): Belfast Telegraph

City unites behind pub bombings families – are you listening Prime Minister?: Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

Were victims of Hyde Park bomb price of Tony Blair's vanity?: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Cross-border smugglers could be back in business: Fermanagh Herald
Roisin Henderson

New era at Windsor a time to celebrate (Oct 10): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Replacing signs could cost an 'unwelcome' £6,000: Ulster Herald

Love/hate feelings for Gaeilge, minus the love: Sunday Independent
Declan Lynch

Terry Wogan the man who reminded the British and Irish of depth of their affection for one another (Oct 3): Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

McCann calls for religion to be taken out of school day (Oct 10): Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Unite Ireland with free school books for all (Sep 7): Irish Examiner
Patrick Walsh

Celtic fan charged over blow up dolls at Old Firm match is allowed to return to games (Oct 12): Scottish Daily Record
Ashlie McAnally

Rangers fan Lewis Bain who yelled sectarian abuse avoids football banning order: The Herald

Brexit vote should have required 55%, says author Harris (Oct 5): The Irish Times
Hugh Linehan

Kenny assures Brexit VIP of his insignificance (Oct 13): The Irish Times
Miriam Lord

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon confirms hard Brexit will mean a second independence referendum at SNP's Glasgow conference: The Herald

The E.U. Should Stick to Its Guns on Brexit: New York Times
Editorial

We should stop handing out peace prizes to the chosen few (Oct 14): Irish News
Alex Kane



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