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Monday, September 15

Minister Charlie Flanagan urges those seeking peace in North to redouble efforts: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Ian Paisley and Martin McGuinness – The most unexpected partnership in politics: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Paisley took credit due to others for peace, claims David Ervine's family: The Irish Times
Tim O'Brien

Ian Paisley – Pro-life group in mourning (Sep 13): The News Letter

Ian Paisley's wife Eileen – Protective passion of the woman of steel who always had Doc's back: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Prodigal son who squandered talents on bigotry: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Charming, offensive and anti-establishment – the Ian Paisley I knew: (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

Ian Paisley – Beneath the smiling demeanor lay a politician who left the party and church he created with a bitter taste in his mouth: Irish Mirror
Victoria McMahon

Paisley was contradictory and complex man driven by 'outsider' factor: The Irish Times
Vincent Browne

Ian Paisley's decision to make peace with his IRA enemies might have reminded the Arabs of Sadat: Belfast Telegraph
Robert Fisk

Ian Paisley: Why he was a genius: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Three keys to understanding the long controversial career of Ian Paisley (Sep 13): The Irish Times
Andy Pollak

Ronan Kerr death was spark for PSNI's probe into terrorists (Sep 13): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Arson at charity shop was 'hate crime': UTV

Gardai investigate fire at Orange Hall in Co Donegal: Sunday World

Fifa vice-president Jim Boyce – 'Sports stars do more to bring us together than politicians': Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

New inquest considered over IRA deaths: Portadown Times

Sinn Fein against '' address: Ballymena Times

Republican march through Rutherglen stopped after trouble erupts: Scottish Daily Record
Douglas Dickie

Scottish independence: no repeat referendum – Salmond: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Queen in referendum plea: The Herald
Magnus Gardham, Kate Devlin and Robbie Dinwoodie

Indy Ref – Former Army chief says Yes vote could 'let down' fallen soldiers: STV

John Reid criticises 'anti-English' Salmond: The Herald
Kate Devlin

Scotland's young yes campaigners say it's not the economy, stupid: The Guardian
Vonny Moyes

Scottish independence – EU negotiations under way: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

BBC rejects claims of bias as Yes supporters protest: The Herald
Iain Smith

Scottish independence could result in the end of Great Britain: New York Daily News
Chris Deerin

Recalibration of union anticipated in North ahead of Scottish referendum: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Labour vote is being replaced by 'Yes' vote in left-wing heartlands: The Herald

How history turned against Tory-voting Scotland: The Guardian
Tom Devine

To a degree, this is a debate between two motley crews: The Herald
Ian Bell

If freedom's drumbeat fires my heart, my head is wary: Sunday Independent
William Dalrymple

Lies, Damned Lies, and Scottish Independence:
Brett Arends

Scottish nationalists 'severely underestimate the economic risks of independence', says think tank: Daily Telegraph
Ben Riley-Smith

Fears over independent Scotland have 'little basis': Irish Examiner
Catriona Webster

Alex Salmond – a solitary man, a singular vision (Sep 14): The Observer
Kevin McKenna

The triple mistake of a Yes vote in Scotland: Montreal Gazette
Kimon Valaskakis

What kind of new state could Scotland be?: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Scots Must Vote Nae: New York Times
Niall Ferguson


Okinawa independence movement seeks inspiration from Scotland: The Guardian
Justin McCurry

Sunday, September 14

On the Run Letters – Villiers knows who got letters but declines comment on DFM: Derry Journal

Stormont needs real reform, not another quick fix: The News Letter
Jim Allister

Londonderry summit part of our bid to build on east-west linkages: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

McGuinness writes tribute to Paisley: UTV

Ian Paisley death – Catholic bishop Noel Treanor pays tribute: Belfast Telegraph

Assembly to come together for tributes to its former leader: The News Letter

DUP felt wrath in Ian Paisley's final interview: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Ian Paisley death – He was lauded and reviled ... but a key figure of our times: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

A leader of men, Ian Paisley found himself alone at the end: The News Letter
Sam McBride

'Our friendship symbolised the progress Ireland made': Sunday Independent
Bertie Ahern

Ian Paisley and the press – The banter and the bashing: BBC
Mark Simpson

It was either be saved or face eternal damnation: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Ian Paisley – How North's dark star became a prince of peace: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Ian Paisley – humanity got the better of the bigot: Independent on Sunday
Paul Vallely

Ian Paisley, one bride, and four political enemies:
Jon Snow

'Bigoted hangover from 17th century': Irish News
Allison Morris

The Republic's most important unionist: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy


RNU blame 'spooks' for bomb alert: Belfast Media
Francesca Ryan

Mother and 'danger to public' accomplice jailed for setting up dissident training camp: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

IRA muder – TUV MLA raises Gallagher murder with OFMDFM: Derry Journal

Body found in Meath bog is man missing for four years: Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Crown court case against dissident adjourned: Londonderry Sentinel

Put Scottish flag in your window to save union – As confusion rages over shock poll putting Yes vote EIGHT points ahead, the PM makes a desperate plea: Daily Mail
Glen Owen and Michael Blackley

Scottish independence poll – Result down to wire: Scotland on Sunday
Tom Peterkin and David Maddox

Orange Order denounce Scottish nationalism as 'divisive and evil enemy': The Herald
Paul Hutcheon

A rare moment for any nation: The Scotsman
Alex Salmond

Devolution is for everyone. A no vote will change all of Britain: The Observer
Ed Miliband

Ian Paisley – He and Alex Salmond seemed to get on warmly: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Alex Salmond's greatest gamble – Scottish independence: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Why Alex Salmond is so keen on the Union: The Herald
AC Grayling

Scottish Yes vote holds no fear for North's Unionists: Sunday Independent
John-Paul McCarthy

Scottish independence – 'Our soldiers lost their lives trying to preserve the UK. What will their families say?': Sunday Telegraph
Tim Ross, and Patrick Sawer

The Orange Order's independence intervention might boost the yes vote:
Alasdair McKillop

What do we threaten the Scots with next? Exploding haggises?: Daily Mail
Peter Hitchens

A Dunkirk moment for British establishment: Sunday Independent
Michael McDowell

Why Scottish independence would help England to rediscover its radical heart (Aug 31): Sunday Herald
Billy Bragg

The English are fed up with the racist Scots and are ready for the fallout: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Whatever happens, nothing will ever be the same again: Sunday Telegraph
Matthew d'Ancona

Scotland's complicity with empire does not disqualify it from independence (Aug 29): The Guardian
Pankaj Mishra

If Great Britain fractures, the entire world loses: Washington Post

The Observer view on the Scottish referendum. The union is broken. After Thursday, Britain will never be the same again: The Observer

Saturday, September 13

Peter Robinson hopeful of £87m bonus for striking welfare deal: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Adams attacks Flanagan over Northern Ireland peace talks: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Flanagan stands over his comments on North: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

We need the Americans – Only British, Irish and US governments can kick-start Northern Ireland's peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

A week is a long time in politics – Crisis at Stormont? What crisis...: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

Martin McGuinness – 'Unionist politicians routinely excuse and defend racism, sectarianism and homophobia': Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Ardoyne – Orange Order accused of 'cranking up tensions' with north Belfast march bid: Belfast Telegraph
Joanne Sweeney

Paramilitary extortion rife in Belfast, court told: The News Letter

O'Loan says new commission needed in North: The Irish Times
Ciara Kenny

Dissident training camp brothers get five years in prison: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Ian Paisley dies at 88; Northern Ireland firebrand turned peacemaker: Los Angeles Times
Henry Chu

Ian Paisley – From fire and brimstone to a peace once thought impossible: The Independent
David McKittrick

Ian Paisley – from Northern Irish ayatollah to Chuckle Brother:
Henry McDonald

Martin McGuinness fights back tears during Dr Ian Paisley tribute: Daily Telegraph
Olivia Bolton

'I have lost a friend' – Martin McGuinness pays tribute to former enemy Ian Paisley as Northern Ireland's firebrand preacher-politician dies aged 88: Daily Mail
Hugo Gye

'I am very proud that he and I were part of something hugely important in Irish history': The Irish Times
Martin McGuinness

British tributes flow in for Ian Paisley: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

'It wasn't nice to see Paisley alienated', admits Bertie: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Paisley 'one of the greats of unionism', says Peter Robinson: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SDLP – 'For years Paisley bellowed against what he mellowed to accept'-Durkan: Derry Journal

First minister says he understands decision to have private funeral for Ian Paisley: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Ian Paisley – A part of the fabric of Northern Ireland's Troubles: BBC
Mark Devenport

Ian Paisley – the Big Man whose stature and rhetoric hid a softer side:
Henry McDonald

Death of Ian Paisley marks the end of an era: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

North's strongest politician changed face of unionism forever: Irish Independent
Paul Bew

Ian Paisley helped bring peace to Northern Ireland – but only on HIS terms: Daily Mirror
Paul Routledge

Ian Paisley needed to win in order to change: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Only Ian Paisley could have delivered that peace deal in Northern Ireland:
Peter Hain

Ian Paisley is dead – the old hypocrite: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards


Liam Fox – Scottish independence campaign has allowed xenophobia to come to the fore: The Independent
Kiran Moodley

10,000 expected at Orange Order march: The Herald
Martin Williams

Scottish No side seizes on threat to banks, oil firms: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Queen must speak out to save the Union, says Nigel Farage: Daily Telegraph
Christopher Hope and Georgia Graham

Scottish independence – Just days to go in one of the longest political campaigns in history: Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Why will Scottish citizens keep their British passports if Salmond gets independence?: Daily Mail
Matt Chorley

Scotland's epic vote on independence from the United Kingdom: Washington Post
George Will

No, Scottish Independence Would Not Guarantee Permanent Tory Rule: The New Republic
Elaine Teng

Thanks to Scotland, keeping Britain in Europe just got a whole lot harder: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Referendum is a step towards a 'post-sovereign' Scotland: The Irish Times
Paul Gillespie

Westminster did not fight for Scotland, and may now lose it: Daily Telegraph
Charles Moore

Friday, September 12

Gerry Adams – Sinn Fein leader says political process in 'serious difficulty' following Peter Robinson comments: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Loyalists can't set agenda at new round of talks, says Sinn Fein: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Debate over future of Stormont continues: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Political sinking: UTV
Brian Rowan

How can First Minister Peter Robinson remain in office when he describes Stormont as 'not fit for purpose'?: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Ulster Unionist leader Mike Nesbitt: The News Letter

First Minister Peter Robinson putting his affairs in order before his planned exit: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

David Trimble says Sinn Féin could push for Northern Ireland union poll: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Martin McGuinness – Scottish independence referendum would have a 'profound impact' on Northern Ireland: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

McGuinness says North should benefit if Scotland gets 'devo max': The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Northern Ireland unionists weigh in on Scottish independence debate saying Alex Salmond remarks have 'opened the door': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Scottish independence – Ulster Unionists help offer rejected by Better Together: BBC
Gareth Gordon

What would Scottish independence mean for us?: Impartial Reporter

If the North voted to leave the Union, would Westminster leaders care?: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Ardoyne – Orange Order again applies for contentious city parade past north Belfast flashpoint: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Dodds questions police over response to Ardoyne Fleadh complaint: The News Letter

Ardoyne Fleadh controversy – Rebel songs must face the music for fuelling republican terrorism: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Coney brothers jailed for five years over link to dissident training base: Irish Mirror
Ashleigh McDonald

Dissident councillor Gary Donnelly could lose seat if he's jailed in graffiti case: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

RIRA trio go free due to flawed arrest warrants: Irish Independent
Aodhan O'Faolain

Bus attack 'sectarian hate crime': UTV

Family offer £50k reward on 10th anniversary of Park murder: Londonderry Sentinel

Open Long Kesh site to the public – McCartney: Derry Journal

Gerry Adams wants to see more all-island "joinedey-upness" in Sinn Féin:
Daragh Brophy

Mary Lou McDonald defends business class flights for 'gruelling' Australian tour: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Sinn Fein trying to rebrand as 'real opposition' ahead of elections: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Kenny refuses to be drawn of Scottish independence issue:

A Yes vote would hurt Irish economy but our special bond will always endure: Irish Independent
Brian Hayes

New indyref poll – Yes 48%, No 52%: The Herald

Soccer Fans Supply Strong Voice in Scottish Independence Debate: New York Times
Graham Ruthven

Scottish independence – Ireland since 1919 is a lesson for Scotland in what a Yes vote means: The Independent
Robert Fisk

Even as a Catholic, I support the Orange Order's march in defence of the Union: Daily Telegraph
Tom Gallagher

Identity crisis at heart of Scottish referendum: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Battle for independence is replaying the struggles of Catholic Scotland: Daily Telegraph
Cristina Odone

Reconciliation will be vital in the days after the vote: The Herald
Alison Rowat

The Scots have little to gain and a whole lot to lose with independence: Los Angeles Times
Brendan Simms and Jason Pack

Scotland set to vote yes, ignoring Tory tantrums: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Unionists must prepare for a second vote on Scottish independence: The Spectator
James Forsyth

Scots won't get independence from a Yes vote: Daily Telegraph
Nigel Farage

The Union must change to survive: The New Statesman

Thursday, September 11

On the Run scheme – Owen Paterson criticised over OTR letters: BBC
Stephen Walker

SF leaders weren't on OTR list, says Powell: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Stormont crisis – A day of anger and suspicion following Peter Robinson comments and few signs of consensus on how to rebuild: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Shared process a shared out process': The News Letter

Flurry of reaction to First Minister Peter Robinson bombshell on state of devolution: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

System a failure – Jim Allister: The News Letter

Stormont – the alternatives to mandatory coalition: BBC
Mark Devenport

United States is losing its taste for cleaning up after our mistakes: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Stormont in crisis: UTV
Ken Reid

Sinn Fein – 'Why Tory welfare cuts must be opposed': Derry Journal
Pat Doherty

Icelandic scientists warn of a volcano...Northern Ireland politics is in a similarly parlous state: Belfast Telegraph
Duncan Morrow

Eyes on the prize of power, but compromise required: Tribune Magazine
John Coulter

Stormont crisis – We can all play a part in putting paid to our system of stalemate: Belfast Telegraph

Welfare logjam has shown limitations of catch-all coalition: The News Letter

Only two candidates for PSNI deputy chief constable post: BBC
Vincent Kearney

DUP meet with PSNI over republican protests at parades: Ballymoney Times

Kevin Barry Concannon jailed over weapons haul: BBC

PSNI – Police welcome the sentencing of man on terrorism charges: Derry Journal

Londonderry councillor Gary Donnelly could face jail over graffiti: BBC

My client's position vindicated for third time says solicitor: Portadown Times

Martin McCauley – Grave misconduct in case against 'Colombia Three' man: The News Letter

Report 'clears Robinson of wrongdoing': UTV

Unelected body dealing with our precious assets: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

RUC pensions – Widows' benefits delayed by 'technical issues': BBC
Jayne McCormack

Hogan's new 'friends in the North' back his EU role: Irish Independent
John Downing

We must mark 1916 with a new vision, not stale wreaths: Irish Independent
Ivan Yates

Salmond dismisses peace fears: Belfast Telegraph

New slogan appears on mountain: The News Letter

Here's the advice the Government was given on the Scottish referendum:
Aoife Barry

Scottish independence – Unionists in Northern Ireland can expect a border poll of their own in the not-too-distant future: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Alex Salmond's independence bandwagon stalls on his 'Black Wednesday': Daily Telegraph
Simon Johnson, Steven Swinford, Peter Dominiczak and Christopher Hope

Carney warns Scotland over currency reserves: Financial Times
Emily Cadman and Sarah O'Connor

Orange Order plans 'loud, proud' pro-union parade in Edinburgh: The Guardian
Libby Brooks

Independence could affect Glasgow's 2020 Euro bid, say Uefa: The Herald

How do you unravel a 300-year-old state?: The Irish Times
Alex Massie

Scottish support for Yes is not that bewildering: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Why class trumps nationality in the Scottish independence debate:
John Wight

Republicans will howl, but if the Queen DOESN'T speak out, she may have no United Kingdom to reign over: Daily Mail
Stephen Glover

Cancel the Scottish referendum – whichever way it goes half the nation won't like it: Daily Mirror

Operation disintegration – has the Scotland debate made regional parties smell blood?: The New Statesman
Alexander Woolley

Scotland's fateful choice: Financial Times

Wednesday, September 10

Stormont's inadequate set-up and the welfare row... Northern Ireland's First Minister writes exclusively for the Telegraph: Belfast Telegraph
Peter Robinson

Peter Robinson – We need to change, or call an election: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Crisis at Stormont: Public asking questions of unionist leadership – McGuinness: Derry Journal

Peter Robinson – Political reaction after First Minister tells Belfast Telegraph 'Stormont no longer fit for purpose': Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Dedicated talks needed to break North's logjam: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Praise First Minister Peter Robinson's pragmatism: Belfast Telegraph

On the Run scheme – Theresa Villiers repeats warning in Commons: BBC

MP Naomi Long's fury as Stormont foots bill for on-run debacle: Belfast Telegraph

Decision not to prosecute Druids band 'damaged confidence in police': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Sectarian comments row 'damaging confidence': The News Letter

Chief Constable George Hamilton uses Patten anniversary to make one of most significant interventions in 15 years: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

PSNI must continue to evolve: Belfast Telegraph
Gerry Kelly

PSNI questioned over equality testing in approval of police crested bibles:
Barry McCaffrey

David Ford plan ensures 'British FBI' will be answerable to Policing Board: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

God forgives me for raping woman and shooting her disabled son, says UDA killer Hinton: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes and Christopher Woodhouse

Concerns raised over SAS files on shooting of IRA man in Coalisland: Tyrone Times

Man released over 1976 Shankill murder: UTV

Bullet evidence critical in new 1972 killing inquest: The News Letter

A5 may also fall foul of welfare row – Kennedy: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Sinn Fein politicians to join the fun at James McNally Wilson Fest: The Valley Breeze

DUP councillor Jenny Palmer claims DSD buried Nelson McCausland report: BBC
Gareth Gordon

Our union is precious. Don't tear it apart: Daily Mail
David Cameron

Scottish independence – Queen to remain neutral: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

McGuinness not getting involved in Scotland's debate: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

'Scotland's what?' US caught napping as Scots prepare to vote on independence:
Nicky Woolf

How No vote could give more power to the English regions – Clegg says rejection of independence will lead to a 'much needed rewiring' of how the UK is governed: Daily Mail
Tamara Cohen and John Stevens

Scottish independence – English urged to fly Saltire: The Scotsman

Credit Suisse warns of grave deflationary shock for Scotland: Daily Telegraph
Ambrose Evans-Pritchard

Irish serial entrepreneur John Teeling urges Scots to seize the day in the Independence referendum: Scottish Daily Record
Katrina Tweedie

Symbolism and pragmatism: BBC
Brian Taylor

Scottish independence – Vote will spark new debate, says Nesbitt: The News Letter

Quebec's lessons for Scotland: Montreal Gazette
Bernard Amyot

Scotland should heed a harsh lesson from across the Irish Sea: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Independent Scotland will play the Irish card and steal our investment strategy: Irish Independent
David McWilliams

Scottish independence – Scotland is only have to watch Braveheart or read the 1707 Act of Union to see how different
John McAllister

Scottish independence – Of course the Queen isn't neutral – do we really want her to be?: Daily Telegraph
Cathy Newman

Rupert Murdoch's support of Scottish nationalism is revenge for British establishment's probe into hacking scandal: Daily Mail
Ephraim Hardcastle

Scottish independence – a defining moment for England, too: Daily Telegraph
Vernon Bogdanor

Tuesday, September 9

IRA comfort letters furore could risk peace settlement, warns Tony Blair's former chief of staff: Daily Telegraph
Tom Whitehead

'Distasteful' SF meetings necessary for peace – Powell: The News Letter

Blair's NI achievements 'forgotten': UTV

Chief Constable George Hamilton has sent a wake-up call to our politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

New plans to bring NCA to Province: The News Letter

Squabbling as parties return: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Disagreement at heart of Executive on 'how to respond to top judge's critique': Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Austerity drive in North replaces London handouts: The Irish Times
Francess McDonnell

Spate of soldier memorial attacks slammed: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Loyalist gun 'used in other atrocities': UTV

Man held after car of community worker attacked in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

'The sense of relief that came with the ceasefire was palpable'-Durkan: Derry Journal

IRA murder of Scots officer 'caused Anglo-Irish crisis': The Herald

Declassified archives reveal stark split between ambassador and head of Civil Service in 1985: The News Letter
Sam McBride

NIO minister during hunger strikes remembered: The News Letter

McCausland inquiry 'a show trial': Belfast Telegraph

DUP is making an ass of the Assembly: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Ó Caoláin defends McDonald over cost of Australia flights: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Higgins and Kenny turn down invites to RIC memorial: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Time to take a sledgehammer to wall of bigotry: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Get tough on terror – round up jihadists and bigots: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Scottish Referendum – Wait and see the outcome before dealing with any implications, says Martin McGuinness: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Scottish independence would be a tragedy: The News Letter
Peter Robinson

Murphy participates in Scottish Referendum event in Edinburgh: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Scottish independence – TNS poll finds single point separates yes and no:
Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – The Queen is urged to intervene: Daily Telegraph
Gordon Rayner, Christopher Hope and Peter Dominiczak

Duchess of Cambridge pregnant – Alistair Darling insists pregnancy news will have no impact on the vote for Scottish Independence: The Independent
Jenn Selby

Scottish independence – Can a royal baby save the Union?
James Kirkup

If Scotland says Yes, what will Ulster say?: The Irish Times
Peter Geoghegan

England's love-bombing of Scotland is a pathetic afterthought:
Suzanne Moore

What bright spark thought bullying and patronising us Scots was the way to win our votes?: Daily Mail
Chris Deerin

Hand of history could yet steer young people of Scotland to brave independence: Irish Independent
Brian Murphy

Scottish independence – Decapitate Britain, and we kill off the greatest political union ever: Daily Telegraph
Boris Johnson

If Britain loses Scotland it will feel like an amputation (Sep 5): The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland

Why Scotland should think hard about going it alone: The Irish Times
Paul Krugman

No wonder Queen is worried – UK as we know it is in peril: The News Letter

Scotland's right to self determination: The Irish Times

'Home rule' for Scotland means the English question must finally be answered: The Spectator
James Forsyth

Monday, September 8

Irish and British governments in effort to break political logjam in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

PSNI chief warns ignoring the past will have consequences: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Scant evidence we want liberal pro-Union parties (Sep 5): The News Letter
Alex Kane

NI21 had potential, but was failed by bad leadership (Aug 27): The News Letter

Rival UDA factions in plea for guns: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

Strabane alert declared 'elaborate hoax': UTV

Paramilitary-style shooting in Ardoyne: UTV

Mum says shooting related to previous night's incident: Belfast Media
Evan Short

Ceasefire celebrations are muted.. but mind what went before (Sep 2): Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

What is the real legacy of 1994 ceasefires? (Sep 4): Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

US 'annoyed' at claim it helped capture IRA arms shipment (Sep 4): The News Letter

Jo-Anne Dobson – 'When you nearly lose a child, it shapes the person you are' (Mar 17): Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Mid Ulster MP on Australian tour: Mid Ulster Mail

Mary Lou McDonald's business class flights cost fundraisers €10k: Sunday Independent
Elaine Byrne and Daniel McConnell

Labour minister rules out alliance with 'populist' SF: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Sick insults are too often branded hate crimes: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Pastor McConnell stands by controversial Muslim comments: The News Letter

Time to celebrate our world class troops ... not our neutrality (Sep 4): Evening Herald

Referendum moves in North 'inevitable' if Scots secede: Irish Independent
Sam Griffin and Niall O'Connor

Dublin silence will no longer be an option if Scotland votes for independence: The Irish Times
Arthur Beesley

A Scottish Yes vote will require a radical new relationship with our neighbours: Irish Independent
John Downing

The Scottish referendum – Implications for Northern Ireland: Irish Examiner

Scottish independence – no campaign makes last stand to keep the union: The Guardian
Patrick Wintour

Don't let me be last Queen of Scotland – Monarch in talks with PM over UK break-up: Daily Mirror
Jason Beattie, Victoria Murphy

'I don't feel safe in Scotland' – Bra Queen Michelle Mone bombarded with abuse after speaking out against independence: Daily Mail
Patricia Kane

Old Firm notoriously tribal, but religion has no bearing on Glasgow allegiances (Sep 3): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Whatever Scotland decides, the old order is dead and buried: The Guardian
Owen Jones

Referendum – Study finds those with more info are more likely to vote yes:
Libby Brooks

Ten burning questions if Scotland votes yes: Daily Mail
Simon Heffer

Consequences of a Yes vote will be profound: Financial Times
Tony Barber

Scottish independence – Logic of staying in United Kingdom is slow to sink in (Sep 5): Belfast Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Scotland team may miss Rio Olympics in event of vote for independence (Sep 7): The Observer
Owen Gibson

People power can save the Union: The Scotsman
James Forsyth

Scottish referendum – nothing else now matters in British politics: The Guardian
Michael Settle

What No campaign needs to do now: The Scotsman
Brian Monteith

No campaign has its work cut out: The Herald

Further Scottish devolution 'should be offered to Wales': BBC
Daniel Davies

Killer of Celtic fan apologises to victim's family 19 years on: The Herald
Iain Smith

Sunday, September 7

Stormont is facing a 'deadlock' over flags, marches and dealing with Troubles – Theresa Villiers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

SF and DUP have failed the North – Charlie Flanagan: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Why we should let Westminster take back our welfare powers: The News Letter

George Hamilton warns of 'significant strain' on PSNI: BBC

Robinson welcomes NIO stance on letters: The News Letter

Ulster Aviation Society caught in puerile crossfire (Sep 2): Belfast Telegraph

No action on band rant 'would boost racists' – Elliott: The News Letter

We hate loud music: Belfast Media

Top loyalists were targeted in 'off-the-cuff' murder bid, court told as accused are denied bail: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Dissident republican 'footsoldier' is jailed for bid to smuggle arms haul across border: Belfast Telegraph
John Cassidy

Concert in memory of Birmingham Pub bombings victims (Jul 31): Birmingham Mail
Andy Richards

1994 IRA ceasefire – Even amidst the bullets and bombs, Belfast still knew how to throw a party (Aug 30): Belfast Telegraph
Maureen Coleman

Declassified RUC informant payments file shows money came from NIO: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Sinn Fein MLAs were claiming benefits in 1982 (Sep 4): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Why no individual is ever greater than their Church: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

A consensus media is like one hand clapping: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Ervine to open Gaelic centre in Republic: The News Letter

Tears in church as firebrand Islam storm pastor James McConnell retires (Sep 3): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Naomi Long – Girls were abused by security forces: BBC

Women say they suffered sexual abuse by soldiers and police officers while in children's homes in Northern Ireland in the 70s: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gardai promise end to 'group think' within force (Aug 27): Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Shock new poll says Scots set to vote yes to independence: The Observer
Toby Helm and Daniel Boffey

Scottish independence – Yes camp hails 'momentum': BBC

Thousands of Orange Order members to stand with 'Scottish brethren' in Edinburgh: Sunday Herald
Tom Gordon

Scottish independence – 'My views have changed during the debate,' one of Scotland's richest men: Independent on Sunday
James Cusick

Scottish football heroes targeted by their own fans after coming out against independence: Daily Mail
Darren Boyle

We'll put guards on Scottish border – Ed Miliband reveals incendiary plan as Yes camp leads for first time in shock new poll: Daily Mail

Polls show how over-60s vote will be vital in Scottish referendum: The Observer
Mike Smithson

I'm English, I feel British ... but I'll still be voting 'Yes': Sunday Herald
Vicky Allan

Scottish independence – A matter for the head and heart: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

It is not that Scotland might become a new state but that it might become a new kind of state: Sunday Herald
Fintan O'Toole

Scottish referendum – this is the hardest campaign I have ever had to call: The Observer
Andrew Rawnsley

Independence is now within touching distance: Sunday Herald

Saturday, September 6

Dublin ready to talk to break impasse in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

SF acting like Militant Tendency over welfare, says UKIP deputy leader: The News Letter
Sam McBride

SDLP – Mark H Durkan says wide ranging financial pressures are facing Stormont: Derry Journal

Childish Northern Ireland politicians failing us all (Sep 4): Belfast Telegraph

Dissident 'footsoldier' jailed: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Derry dissident who once had ambitions to go to university: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

PSNI – Police welcome the sentencing of Derry dissident republican: Derry Journal

Gardai on alert at anniversary of murdered Ryan: Evening Herald
Ken Foy

Man suffers serious head injuries after being beaten with bats in paramilitary attack – Two arrested on suspicion of attempted murder: Belfast Telegraph

Two arrests over Larne baseball bat attack: BBC

Move dissidents to republican wing – former hunger striker: Londonderry Sentinel

Hate crime is just a weapon in our petty culture war: Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Loyalists 'shot at close range' in feud: UTV

IRA ceasefire 1994 – Bittersweet landmark to remember innocent victims of the peace process: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

GOC wanted detention without trial in 1985: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Secretary of State demanded changes to 1985 accord (Aug 29): The News Letter
Sam McBride

Lawyer – Truth bid is victims' right: Belfast Telegraph

Loughgall IRA death inquests to be decided by advocate general:
Henry McDonald

New inquests proposal into IRA deaths attacked by the UUP: The News Letter

DUP set to block Nelson McCausland assembly motion: BBC
Mark Devenport

RUC widows await pension pay due to 'technical issues': Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Hanafin – Don't let royals visit for 1916 events: Irish Independent
Niall O'Connor

Northern Ireland double-jobbing to continue for now: BBC
Mark Devenport

Let Northern Ireland run its own economy: Belfast Telegraph
Daithi McKay

'Inspirational' Garda leader sought: Irish Examiner
Cormac O'Keeffe

O'Dowd has nudged the Catholic sector, now he wants to shift State schools (Sep 2): Belfast Telegraph
Lindsay Fergus

Two atheists in Ulster – God help us!: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Ireland should change position on neutrality, says academic (Aug 30): The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Andy Murray – I'd play for an independent Scotland: The Guardian
Mark Tran

Who in FIFA will stand up for Scotland if voters reject independence?:
Steve Clare

An independent Scotland is now a real possibility: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Are you excited or anxious ahead of the referendum?: BBC
Brian Taylor

When the counting's done, both sides must unite for Scotland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Yes' impact on Irish relations: The Scotsman
Peter Geoghegan

Why Scotland Should Stick With Britain: New York Times
Gordon Brown

Debate has intoxicated Scotland. People have seen the chance to seize power: The Guardian
Deborah Orr

Scottish independence – Logic of staying in United Kingdom is slow to sink in: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

The silver lining for the English if the Scots go it alone: Daily Mail
Simon Heffer

Scotland won't become a foreign country just because of a vote: The Scotsman
Ed West

Scottish nationalism is far from progressive – independence is fool's gold:
Brian Wilson

Friday, September 5

'On the run' lettersgive us the names, demands Paisley: Ballymena Times

Jean McConville murder – IRA suspect's lawyer slams Boston College 'evidence':
Henry McDonald

UPRG hits out over 'graduated response' of which it is part: The News Letter

PSNI chief highlights 'significant cost' of policing parades: The Irish Times
Dan Griffin

For the sake of all who live with absence or injury all parties must move forward on the basis of the Haass prospectus: The Irish Times
Mark Durkan

Prosecutors consider band's remarks: Belfast Telegraph

Online videos help highlight hidden bigotry: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein join call to cease attacks on memorial to soldiers killed by IRA: The News Letter

Six arrests in graveyard 'hate crime' probe: Ulster Herald

'Alan Ryan rot in hell' graffiti covered over: Sunday World
Shuki Byrne

Police boss to to face coroner quiz over disclosing files: The News Letter

Ruane welcomes decision to release files to Police Ombudsman: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Man arrested in England over UVF north Belfast murders has been released: BBC

Mother dies after being beaten in Mad Dog bolthole: The Scotsman
Lauren Brown

Policing budget cuts could top £88m: UTV

Cuts 'could hit Troubles probe': The News Letter

Even in death, Thomas Devlin helps build a better society: Belfast Telegraph

'I forgive the IRA men who killed my father' – Jayne Olorunda speaks of confronting her father's killers for the first time: Irish Independent
Eoghan McNeill

The 1994 ceasefires were neither the beginning nor the end: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

Forgive me if I don't join in on the celebrations marking 20 years since the IRA's 1994 ceasefire: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Waiting for Loyalists: UTV
Brian Rowan

Minister was protected by machine guns in suitcases: The News Letter

John Hume – 'He enjoyed Parnell-like status in the US': Derry Journal

Warning from the archives – NI breaks welfare parity at its peril: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Education 'zone' proposed for Shankill area of Belfast (Sep 2): BBC
Maggie Taggart

Five Northern Ireland Executive ministers back Shankill plan: BBC

NI Orangemen in Scots vote parade: UTV

Sir Bob Geldof backs No vote, attacking nationalism as a 'very dangerous political animal': The Herald

Scottish independence – Canadian PM backs Scotland staying in 'united' UK: BBC

Scotland Vote Will Impact Northern Ireland:
David Blevins

To Be National or Irrational? That Is Scotland's Question: Huffington Post
William Martin

Douglas Carswell may have just saved the Union: Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup

Scottish independence – 5 reasons yes is winning:
Mike Small

Potential for unintended consequences if Scots choose independence: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

Why a Scottish yes vote could prove overwhelmingly positive for the rest of the UK: Daily Telegraph
Jeremy Warner

Scottish independence – A yes vote will produce a leaner, meaner Scotland: The Guardian
Simon Jenkins

Vote highlights contradiction in Sinn Fein policy: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Wales must grasp the courage of the Scots to avoid isolation, former Plaid Cymru leader Dafydd Wigley tells Welsh-Americans:
David Williamson

Gaza – Israel blocks European politician delegation including Sinn Fein's Martina Anderson from entering: Belfast Telegraph

Northern Ireland's Protestants and Catholics adopt Israeli, Palestinian flags as symbols: Haaretz
Conor Humphries

Thursday, September 4

We must protect IRA suspects' human rights, says Northern Ireland minister as she says list of names will not be published: Daily Mail
Jack Doyle

Theresa Villiers is telling Sinn Fein where to get off. And about time, too: Daily Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Kenny is showing no interest in North: (from the Irish Echo)
Sean McManus

Sinn Féin 'will work positively to address health pressures': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein 'attempting to bully News Letter' over editorial, say Tories: The News Letter

Fleadh decision fury: The News Letter

'Investigate your own festivals' – Fleadh: UTV

15-year-old girl attacked in East Belfast "hate crime": Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

East Belfast – Girl attacked near sectarian flashpoint: BBC

Sentencing adjourned for Londonderry man who admitted dissident offences: The News Letter

Sinn Fein: Continued isolation of prisoners is wrong – McCartney: Derry Journal

'Alan Ryan rot in hell' – Hateful graffiti daubed on walls of church near home of slain RIRA boss: Irish Mirror
Brynmor Pattison

UDA's 'Big Bill' does a runner to Spain as feud looms: Sunday World
Jim McDowell

Memorial to Scottish soldiers in Ligoniel attacked for 14th time: BBC

Six men arrested after republican graffiti sprayed on gravestones in Cookstown: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Sectarian graffiti daubed on Down house: UTV

Man who wanted bail to go on Jeremy Kyle for lie detector test fails to overturn conviction: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Man arrested in England over 1994 Ulster loyalist murders in Belfast:
Henry McDonald

No Hamill trial after witness is discredited: Irish News

Writer to testify over UDA killing of Belfast postman Daniel McColgan – author will reveal findings of his own probe into 2002: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

PSNI chief agrees to hand over Loughinisland massacre files to ombudsman: Belfast Telegraph
David Young

'Albert, my friend, may you now enjoy eternal peace... you truly were a man of peace': Sunday World
Brian D'Arcy

Albert Reynolds supported the granting of a US visa to Gerry Adams to the fury of Downing Street: The Irish Times
Martin Mansergh

History will be kinder than politics to the 'lonesome boatman' of the peace process (Aug 30): Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

DUP Minister Nelson McCausland faces probe over donor meeting 'cover-up': Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ulster Aviation Society ban hurting Northern Ireland public – Turbulence at Stormont hits plane charity (Sep 2): Belfast Telegraph
Amanda Ferguson

Humphreys declines to comment on Bruton's 1916 Rising remarks: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Home Rule party got on the wrong side of Irish history: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Plans to mark 1916 treated like 'third secret of Fatima' (Sep 2): Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Orange march 'boost for Scotland independence Yes vote' – Pro-Union campaigners fear parade will only alienate Catholic support: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Scottish republicans urged to stay away from Orange Order parade:
Henry McDonald and Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – Yes vote would trigger an 'economic earthquake' claims Danny Alexander: The Independent
Chris Green

Scottish independence has finally rattled the City of London: The Guardian
Nils Pratley

Scottish referendum turnout could exceed 80%, says academic: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

One chart that shows why Scottish independence could mean a never-ending Tory government for England: Daily Mirror
Sophie Warnes

PM could face calls to postpone UK election if Scots vote for independence: The Guardian
Nicholas Watt and Severin Carrell

Edgy times for Better Together: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Scottish referendum – London sells us short in buying No vote: Belfast Telegraph
George Kerevan

Referendum a lesson for unionism: The News Letter
N R Greer

Scotland's Identity, Put to a Vote: New York Times

Wednesday, September 3

IRA terror suspects to lose immunity from prosecution: Daily Telegraph
Patrick Sawer, Peter Dominiczak, Bob Graham and Tim Ross

Royal Pardon ended 30 year exile for Omagh man: Ulster Herald

DUP hits out at Sinn Fein claims of a crisis: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Third senior unionist – we should give back welfare: The News Letter

Magherafelt councillor accuses SF of 'hastening disintegration' of Health Service: Mid Ulster Mail

'Health crisis is a result of DUP support for Tory cuts' – Brady: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Sinn Fein's fury at Iain Duncan Smith's call to back welfare reforms: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Alexander

Stormont budget crisis shows Belfast Agreement was flawed – Failure to agree on welfare reform leaves us all facing cutbacks (Aug 29): Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Who believes in devolution? Consequence of breakdown between DUP and Sinn Fein is unionism and nationalism both embracing 'devo-scepticism': Belfast Telegraph
John McAllister

Unionist trio are right – send welfare back to London: The News Letter

Sinn Fein demands News Letter retract west Belfast editorial: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Belfast bomb hoax causes road chaos on first day of new school term: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

A lesson learnt from the dark days of the Troubles: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Maghaberry wardens – Prison on brink of 'losing control': Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Besieged Maghaberry warders warn they are 'close to losing control': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

No prosecution for Fleadh band: UTV

Ardoyne Fleadh row – DUP slams decision not to take legal action over sectarian comments: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

Orangeman is fined over obstructing police bids to identify band: The News Letter

Garda allegations raise echoes of Buchanan murder: Londonderry Sentinel

Arrests not called to inquest of murdered postal worker Daniel McColgan: The News Letter

NI Ombudsman settles dispute with PSNI: RTE

Pastor's exit not linked to comments: UTV

A man whose good works will be overshadowed by row: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Sinn Fein sympathy for Scottish Yes vote, but it won't take sides: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Scottish independence – Yes vote is 'closer than ever' says first minister: BBC

Independent Scotland could not join EU without central bank, expert says: The Guardian
Severin Carrell and Katie Allen

Scottish independence – 'Scots welcome in Nato': The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Boston Expats Follow Scotland's Independence Referendum – But Can't Vote:
Elizabeth Ross

Scottish independence – The new Scots who hold fate of the UK in their hands (Aug 20): The Independent
Paul Kelbie

Jim Murphy laments the "energy of nationalism". Where's the energy of unionism?: The Spectator
Fraser Nelson

Scottish referendum – Alex Salmond's 'missing million' voters in dispute:
Severin Carrell and Libby Brooks

Alex Salmond is within sight of his promised land – Scottish independence is more than just a dream.: The Spectator
Alex Massie

Scottish politics is getting uglier as polling day nears and there's still the Orange Order parade in Edinburgh to look forward to: Belfast Telegraph
Hamish Macdonell

Scots voting no to independence would be an astonishing act of self-harm: The Guardian
George Monbiot

Scottish nationalism isn't about how bad Westminster is; it's about how good Holyrood is: New Statesman
Gary Hayes

Scotland's close ties to Northern Ireland won't be broken by Yes vote for independence – SNP: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Gaza public meeting in Cookstown 'influenced by republicans' says McCrea: Tyrone Times

Tuesday, September 2

IRA ceasefire anniversary – Gregory Campbell responds to Martin McGuinness statement: Derry Journal

Iain Duncan Smith criticises Sinn Féin on welfare reform: BBC

N Ireland visit a sign of US frustration at stalled peace process: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

With Sinn Féin's eyes on the South and Unionists lurching right, the North is paralysed: (from the Irish Mail on Sunday)
Suzanne Breen

The DUP may look strong, but it is also vulnerable: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Time to dig deep and end discord (Aug 29): Belfast Telegraph

Doherty recalls the final days leading up to the IRA ceasefire: Ulster Herald

From bomb to boom – How Newry has changed dramatically since ceasefires: BBC
Mark Simpson

IRA ceasefire August 1994 – the day that changed Ireland forever: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Amnesiac Gerry Adams spins more yarns over the ceasefire: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Journalism union NUJ condemn threat to NI journalist: Sunday World
Jamie McDowell

Time to bring back the 'IRA' – 'Provo Social Club' would keep dissidents in line: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Sex with mattress accused 'under terror death threat': The Sunday Life
Patricia Devlin

Michael McKevitt fails to win early release from prison: BBC

Convicted terrorist Michael McKevitt learns yoga and web design in prison: Irish Independent
Aodhan O Faolain

Swann praises dignified 'Black Saturday' parade: Ballymoney Times
Una Culkin

Suspect in murder of RUC constable is facing trial (Aug 29): Belfast Telegraph
George Jackson

NIO unhappy that RUC lifted Gerry Adams without notice, files reveal: The News Letter
Sam McBride

IRA collusion with prison warders revealed: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Once-off 'Republic Day' holiday recommended for 2016: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Pastor James McConnell retires from Whitewell Metropolitan Tabernacle: BBC

Sinn Féin criticised for choosing male byelection candidate: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Northern Ireland faces cut in funding if the Scots go it alone: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Yes campaign is closing gap according to latest poll: Scottish Daily Record

Pollsters nervous despite indications that Scotland will spurn independence: Irish Independent
Andrew Osborn

SNP's Angus Robertson believes a stronger Scotland will be a benefit to Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Scottish independence – So what do our unionist politicians believe will happen?: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Scottish independence – Does the rest of the UK care?: BBC
Nick Eardley

Scottish independence – Either way, Westminster's grip on union is diminished: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Independence vote 'not a test of Scottishness': Irish Examiner
Katrine Bussey

All heat and no light in indy debate: The Scotsman
Peter Jones

Independence 'would create uncertainty in global politics': The Herald
Michael Settle

UK government has no contingency plans in event of Scots' Yes vote: Financial Times
Jim Pickard

Scotland's future is a big question that needs a big turnout: The News Letter

Monday, September 1

Unionists 'in league with hardline group': Irish Examiner
Ed Carty

McGuinness blames Dublin and London for North 'inertia': Irish Independent
Noel McAdam

Ireland marks anniversary of historic IRA ceasefire as politicians tell of ongoing process: Irish Mirror
Pat Flanagan

Twenty years on, the political process in Northern Ireland is in trouble: The Guardian
Gerry Adams

IRA ceasefire – Guns are gone from North but progress very slow: Irish Voice/
Eamon Delaney

The ceasefire represented an IRA loss, not a victory (Aug 31): (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Peace process handed Adams a ticket to 'his Republic' (Aug 31): Sunday Independent
Jim Cusack

Life in Northern Ireland is better than it was in 1994: The News Letter

Disturbances at interface during republican march: Irish News

UUP say NI Executive budget is untenable and new one is needed: BBC

Les Allamby is new NI Human Rights Commissioner: BBC

Garda 'dissident informer' is woman: Sunday Independent

Appeal after man shot in legs in west Belfast: The Irish Times

How a Catholic battling depression and a Protestant with a drug problem crossed the sectarian divide... and turned their lives around (Aug 29): Belfast Telegraph
Stephanie Bell

UK royal presence at 1916 commemorations 'depends on context': The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Irish Imam, who met with Peter Robinson, pledges allegiance to peaceful Caliphate and sends message to Northern Ireland during annual Ahmadiyya gathering Jalsa Salana: Belfast Telegraph
Umar Nasser

Our historic operation with UK to track terrorists: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

U-turn as SF's King decides to run in by-election: Irish Examiner
Fiachra Ó Cionnaith

How substantial is Ukip threat?: Irish Examiner
Mary C Murphy

Warning of polling station clashes as tensions rise: The Herald
Michael Settle and Kate Devlin

Scottish independence – Council staff sticker ban (Aug 29): The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

Polls apart on Scottish independence: Irish Examiner
Andrew Osborn

Something incredible is happening in Scotland. And if the result is a yes vote the shock to the UK will be extreme: The Guardian
Paul Mason

Independence chance is fleeting (Aug 31): Scotland on Sunday
Andrew Wilson

The bird who delivered a basket case (Aug 31): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards


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