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Tuesday, September 30

Theresa Villiers sets up fresh round of talks – DUP and Sinn Fein say they'll be at the table: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Dublin should have no role in talks, says former DUP MLA: The News Letter

Sinn Féin seeks early all-party talks on North: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

DUP calls for north Belfast parades inquiry before talks: BBC

Allister in talks warning to unionists: The News Letter

'There isn't more money' for NI – PM: UTV

Magherafelt SF councillor accuses DUP of 'cheerleading' for welfare cuts: Mid Ulster Mail

McGuinness denies North's power-sharing government could collapse: The Irish Times
Colin Gleeson

Theresa Villiers – Stormont needs to be in 'best possible shape' for tax powers: BBC
Stephen Walker

Northern Executive on a knife-edge: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Republic should have no say in Northern Ireland affairs: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Northern intransigence – Who benefits if Stormont is destroyed?: Irish Examiner

Marching stand-off still major headache for any new parades body: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Dublin's role in all-party talks must be strictly delineated: The News Letter

Police appointment handled properly, Ford tells Assembly: The News Letter

Police ombudsman faith 'restored': Belfast Telegraph

It's a crime to reject UK's FBI – Latest example of how dysfunctional Stormont is (Sep 25): Belfast Telegraph

It's only pride that's keeping thran Robinson in office: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Northern Ireland says 'yes' to a border poll... but a firm 'no' to united Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Strong majority of Northern Irish still favour link to the UK: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

English elite cannot be trusted – Be wary of Home Rule vow: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Debate on united Ireland may only serve to deepen our divisions: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Dissidents admit Orange hall bomb: UTV

Appeal against hammer attack on Catholic man is rejected: Derry Journal

National Police Memorial Day – Relatives weep openly as their heartbreak is shared: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Boston Mayor Marty Walsh meets with victims of The Troubles in Belfast:
Garrett Quinn

IRA victims remembered at south Armagh gathering: The News Letter

IRA man Sands' bed 'preserved inside Maze': The News Letter

Anger over Bobby Sands death-bed memorial claim: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Gordon and Christopher Woodhouse

The IRA didn't win the war Sinn Fein did: Stoke Sentinel
Kevin Raftery

Kincora probe detectives had to ask Ian Paisley if he was gay: The Sunday Life
Alan Murray

New US ambassador to Ireland to be sworn in: RTE

Stormont Executive facing legal action over anti-poverty strategy 'failure': BBC

Cameron criticises Ireland's tax regime for multinationals: RTE

Will the Catholic church confess to Scotland vote sin?: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Monday, September 29

Northerners want a vote on removing the border: Irish Independent
Liam Clarke

Talks aim to break stalemate in North: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Trilateral talks announced by OFMDFM: UTV

Stormont crisis – Outside pressure is vital if a deal is to be secured (Sep 12): Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Please David Cameron, can you take charge of us once more? (Sep 26): Belfast Telegraph
Fionola Meredith

Robinson's a vote loser for the DUP, it's time to send for Sammy: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness make 'massive political misjudgment' by attending Ryder Cup during spending crisis (Sep 27): Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Politics ends terrible week lost in the rough (Sep 27): Belfast Telegraph

Prince Charles – PSNI and RUC owed immense debt of gratitude: The News Letter

Dissident republican sting reassures public – Security forces deserve credit for work in helping to secure convictions (Sep 15): Belfast Telegraph

'We have no control over flags' say Castledawson Community Group: Mid Ulster Mail
Stanley Campbell

Orange Order cancels Ulster Covenant service at contentious Ardoyne parade flashpoint in north Belfast (Sep 25): Belfast Telegraph

Parties in row over new name: Lurgan Mail

'Protestantism almost a crime' says DUP man (Sep 12): Ballymena Times

In Belfast, Mayor Walsh hears both sides of Troubles: Boston Globe
Andrew Ryan

Ronson recalls 'Dr Paisley, I Presume' and Cameroon with fondness (Sep 12): Londonderry Sentinel

Ian Paisley has passed away and is taking a part of the old DUP with him (Sep 12):
Steven McCaffery

Ian Paisley never a man of peace (Sep 14): Scotland on Sunday
Dani Garavelli

Sinn Fein – We didn't know about Robinson's son's link when we backed fight funds (Sep 12): Irish News

Failure of Protestant boys is being tackled: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Education in Northern Ireland – Integration the key to our future (Sep 24): Belfast Telegraph
Gerard Cunningham

School patronage reform is leading to religious 'segregation', committee told (Sep 24): The Irish Times
Joe Humphreys

Why is it happy days in Northern Ireland, but anxious times in Cookstown?: The Irish Times
Donald Clarke

Bruton's denial of the importance of 1916 has sparked its own modern-day rebellion: Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

Ireland should accord a pre-eminent position to 1916 Easter Rising commemorations, says historian: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Murray's 'tough' time following Yes vote row: The Herald

A 90-day patriot (Sep 16): The Spectator
James Forsyth

Conservative MP David Mundell hails surge in pro-UK activism: BBC

Britain's wobble has dented our standing in Washington, and the world (Sep 19): Daily Telegraph
Peter Foster

The Scottish referendum – don't believe the hype (Sep 22):
Frank Furedi

Scotland is no longer in need of funding advantage over rest of UK: Derby Telegraph

Twitter user faces jail over Anthony Stokes threat (Sep 15): The Scotsman
Laura Paterson

Art and affinity in the troubled lands of Northern Ireland and Israel (Sep 4):
Bill Drummond

Sunday, September 28

Sinn Fein insists it won't let Stormont collapse as row over Gerry Adams remarks grows: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Time for Bill Clinton to step in to save Irish peace process?: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Dublin on rudder so Sinn Fein is unlikely to change tack: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ryder Cup jolly has landed our First Ministers right in the rough: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Sinn Fein's 'ghoulish' terror profits slammed by TD: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan and John Drennan

UKIP MLA David McNarry says membership growing in Northern Ireland: BBC

UUP calls for Villiers to announce parading investigation tomorrow: The News Letter

PSNI ask public to keep away from hall: UTV

President invited to Rossnowlagh Orange parade (Sep 15): Donegal Democrat

The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission is all wrong (Sep 25): Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

Memory narratives (Sep 15): Belfast Media
Mark Thompson

Sean McGinley shocked TV audiences as a boy of 7 when he said he'd die for Ireland ... now a convicted killer, he watches that interview today (Sep 26): Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Ian Paisley death – Devoted family man, his children were in awe of him (Sep 13): Belfast Telegraph
Jane Hardy

In recent years I've missed the presence of Ian Paisley at Stormont (Sep 15): The News Letter
Edwin Poots

Ian Paisley death – US Vice-President Joe Biden talks of a man who cared (Sep 15): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Ian Paisley's words as deadly as weapons (Sep 15): Irish Examiner
TP O'Mahoney

Post-Troubles generation unsure of Paisley's legacy (Sep 13): The Irish Times
Peter Murtagh

Regions to be cheerful – why Northern Ireland is the happiest in UK (Sep 25): Belfast Telegraph

Sense of community in Province seems to boost happiness (Sep 25): The News Letter

Protestant joblessness up and RC joblessness down (Sep 15): Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

PUP councillors refuse to back £70,000 replacement car for Belfast Lord Mayor: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Giving teenagers the vote when they reach 16 is too soon (Sep 24): The News Letter

Charles attends Police Memorial Day: Belfast Telegraph

"Tonight, in bed, I'll be thinking in Irish" – Irish minister Joe McHugh speaks at the National Ploughing Championships (Sep 26): Irish Independent
Clare Cullen

Scottish independence – Thousands at Holyrood rally: The Scotsman

He hasn't gone away – Salmond lost, but he still matters: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

All that talk of Scottish independence gave a man from Belfast the jitters: The Guardian
Glenn Patterson

Wales 'must have the same powers as Scotland,' says Plaid Cymru leader: Independent on Sunday
Jamie Merrill

Council chief labels woman 'hypocrite' after church mass (Sep 25): The Herald
David Leask

Insulting 'disloyal' Andy Murray is disgusting (Sep 19): Daily Telegraph
Matthew Norman

British Labour now between the Thistle and the Thorn: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

In Scotland and Quebec, separatism is a dead pigeon: National Post
Conrad Black

Eurosceptics must learn serious lessons from Alex Salmond's defeat (Sep 26): Daily Telegraph
Charles Moore

An Irish view of Israel's 'Troubles': Jerusalem Post
Seth J. Frantzman

Saturday, September 27

What spending crisis? Peter Robinson and Martin McGuinness snub emergency budget talks to watch Ryder Cup: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Cromie

Ford hits out at leaders' golf trip while budget crisis remains unresolved: The News Letter

DUP questions Martin McGuinness' leadership: BBC

McCallister calls for Assembly reform (Sep 15): Banbridge Leader

Giant strides to make peace are ancient history, boys: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Action is needed at Stormont to stop slow slide to snap election: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Under-pressure Robinson hits back at critics: Irish News

So who are the lemmings, Mr Robinson? First Minister rounds on critics but refuses to name them: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

DUP infighting emerges into full public view: The News Letter
Adam Kula

By coming out swinging, Robinson's lost the fight: Belfast Telegraph

Restrictions on Ulster Covenant parade criticised: The News Letter

Charge over IRA bombers' parade: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Double murder case in which John Downey is a suspect reopened by police: The Sunday Life
Darwin Templeton

Two released over IRA informer murder: UTV

British won the war on IRA, claims writer Taylor: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Reflections ... voices from our troubled past: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Ex-IRA man – unionists are too stupid to see that we lost: The News Letter

The last parade on Strand Road: Londonderry Sentinel

Paisley memorial service guest list still private: The News Letter

Rev Paisley's son hits out at 'incredibly self-centred' funeral critics: The News Letter

Catholic recalls friendship which started with deep suspicion and ended in Christian respect (Sep 15): Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Ian Paisley – 'gave voice to border terror victims' (Sep 15): The News Letter

Why should we praise a prodigal son who did so much damage?: Evening Herald
Sarah Carey

Ian Paisley's legacy will live long in memory despite low-key burial (Sep 16): Belfast Telegraph

Willie Frazer – "The longer legal row with George Galloway goes on, the more abuse I have to put up with": Belfast Telegraph

Bringing students from the North back to Trinity can help build a shared future: Irish Independent
Liz O'Donnell

Legion in turmoil as Remembrance Sunday looms: The Irish Times
Peter Murtagh

Rise of 4% in support grant for Protestant fee-paying schools: The Irish Times
Joe Humphreys

Farage – Stop Northern Ireland MPs voting on English matters: Belfast Telegraph
Mark McLaughlin

Pro-union parties squabble over Scottish powers: The Scotsman
Scott Macnab

United Kingdom, Divided People: New York Times
Kenan Malik

Time to end constitutional quirk: The Scotsman
Sam Ghibaldan

An English parliament? That's a recipe for instability (Sep 19):
Andrew Adonis

Fostering National Identity but Not Nationalism: New York Times
Serge Schmemann

Glasgow alienated by London – MLA: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

SNP now have a 'stab in back' myth which may be hard to dispel (Sep 23): The News Letter
Arthur Aughey

Enough of Nationalists' indignation: The Scotsman
Brian Wilson

Scottish referendum – How well did the polls predict the No vote in Scotland? (Sep 25): Belfast Telegraph
Bill White

Poll asks if Welsh element to Union flag idea is a flyer: BBC

Friday, September 26

Exclusive opinion poll – Do we need a border poll, how do we deal with Ardoyne and do we need a new Northern Ireland flag?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Political process 'untenable' MP tells Labour conference: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Stormont in crsis – Our parties must work together to save the Assembly: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson says critics in DUP have 'strategic vision of a lemming': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Poots disagreed with Robinson the day before he was removed: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP members tweet Robinson support: UTV

Lord Morrow backs DUP party leader: The News Letter

DUP debate – From Twitter reshuffle to power-play?: BBC
Mark Devenport

Edwin Poots' attack on father figure Peter Robinson has badly misfired: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Former Health Minister Edwin Poots would have faced resignation anywhere else in UK: Belfast Telegraph
John McCallister

SF MLA condemns Fountain hate crime: Londonderry Sentinel

SDLP will face disaster if party leader Alasdair McDonnell steps down: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Alliance Party slams latest IRA wall mural: The News Letter

Gangs lining their pockets as row over UK task force turns Ulster into a hotbed of criminality: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

National Crime Agency – How the PSNI lost out on key support and resources: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Maghaberry prison – Dissident republicans inmates seek changes to jail regime: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Dissident terror camp – Deep in the woods, their every move was being watched (Sep 15): Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Eamon Collins murder – two men arrested in Newry over brutal stabbing 15 years ago: Irish Mirror

Prosecutors plan action over commemoration parade for IRA bombers: The News Letter

New BBC documentary asks 'Who Won the War in North?': The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

A life in conflict – How Peter Taylor gained the trust of paramilitaries: BBC
Peter Crutchley

Union is secure, says Robinson: Belfast Telegraph

Lord Prior – Former NI secretary says IRA violence 'did work': BBC

New inquests for men 'killed by secret British Army unit': The Independent
Jonathan Brown

Body of Ballymurphy Massacre victim Joseph Murphy cannot be exhumed: Irish Mirror

Martin McGuinness tells of mother's shock to find he was in IRA: BBC

DUP members lock horns with other parties over naming of new council: Portadown Times

Details of Ian Paisley memorial service announced: RTE

How would the Maker judge Paisley for his interpretation of the Word of God?: Irish Post
Joe Horgan

Finlay slams BBC coverage: Ballymoney Times

Details of Ian Paisley memorial: UTV

Police probe Better Together postal vote access: The Scotsman

UKIP donor calls for English indyref to eject Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland from UK: The Herald

Westminster must wise up as this is Union's last chance: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Scottish referendum – Alex Salmond failed to break up our family of nations: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

The Scottish Catholic bishops and the Nationalists – a scandal is coming to light: The Spectator
Damian Thompson

Thursday, September 25

Gerry Adams says SF ready to let Executive fall over budget cuts: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Former US president pens letter to all Stormont MLAs: The News Letter

Ed Miliband urges Northern Ireland parties to press ahead on welfare reform: BBC
Stephen Walker

Welfare reform – Alliance claim 'last hope' is gone for nationalist opponents: The News Letter

Thousands of public sector jobs at risk in Northern Ireland as cuts deadline looms: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Sinn Fein councillors state opposition to welfare reform: Impartial Reporter

A Bad Marriage: UTV
Brian Rowan

Politicians refuse to see sense: Belfast Telegraph

Robinson resignation claim triggers shockwave in North: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

First Minister and DUP leader Peter Robinson denies he will step down as leader before next election: Belfast Telegraph
John Mulgrew

DUP reshuffle – One of Robinson's appointments can't take up post: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Only crazies believe a border poll would deliver Irish unity: (from the Sunday Life)
Suzanne Breen

Scottish referendum – I left Scotland saddened that a once peaceful country had been turned upside down (Sep 23): Belfast Telegraph
Henry Reilly

Villiers 'moving in right direction' on graduated response: The News Letter

Northern Ireland parades – Sinn Féin reject inquiry plan: BBC

DUP meet Parades Commission over Rasharkin parade: Ballymoney Times

Bomb plot man on jail leave 'associated with top republicans': Belfast Telegraph

Ian Paisley – I'd never deny I'm Irish (Sep 19): The News Letter

History's verdict on Paisley won't be as kind as the tributes (Sep 23): Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

The Creed-Crazed Cleric that Backwardised Northern Ireland (Sep 16): Huffington Post
Brian John Spencer

Loughgall families meet NIO to demand documents: BBC

Journalists recall Bloody Sunday events: UTV

Stormont crisis – State obstinacy most to blame for deadlock on past: Belfast Telegraph
Eamonn McCann

Should voting age be lowered?: The News Letter

Stop seeing Irish Sea as 'barrier', says Brannigan (Sep 17): The Irish Times
Lorna Siggins

Forgive me, your Majesty – Cameron's humbling apology after boasting that Queen 'purred down the phone' to him over Scots vote: Daily Mail
Jason Groves and Rebecca English

David Cameron has no business revealing the Queen's private thoughts. This is the behaviour of a second-rater: Daily Telegraph
Peter Oborne

Scottish referendum – 'It's unlikely the yes vote was ever in the lead': The Observer
Lewis Baston

Tennis chief backs Murray over referendum comments: The Herald
Daniel Sanderson

Scotland's Referendum Decision – Led By Fear Instead Of Hope For The Future?:
Scott Allison

Orange Order marchers already living in the past (Sep 16): Al Jazeera
Niki Seth-Smith

Why English votes for English laws is a kneejerk absurdity: The Guardian
Vernon Bogdanor

Wednesday, September 24

Northern Secretary hoping to activate political talks at Tory conference: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern Ireland parades – Nationalist anger at report of inquiry plan: BBC

Stormont crisis – Solving north Belfast Ardoyne parade problem could drain some of the poison out: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Scottish referendum – Following vote the question arises whether we will have say on any changes in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Ruairi Quinn says border poll 'a distraction': BBC
Stephen Walker

Stop – Why we are still (border) polls apart here in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Union flag taken from Orange hall in Maghera and ripped up: Mid Ulster Mail

Sectarianism is wrong and stupid: Derry Journal
Norman Hamill

Taxing questions as MLAs debate if they even want new fiscal powers: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ex-mayor 'played Solitaire on iPad at key Policing Board meeting': Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Army defended over major exercise near Magilligan: The News Letter

Mortar bomb plot accused's trial adjourned before it even begins: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Bomb plot man on jail leave 'associated with top republicans': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Killer of Jerry McCabe attacked with machete: Irish Independent
Gordon Deegan

Brighton bombing anniversary marked by university: BBC

Robinson unveils surprise reshuffle of DUP ministers: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Edwin Poots – I do not object to being removed as health minister: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Secretive ex-billionaire Chuck Feeney gives the last of his fortune to educate Northern Irish children (Sep 17): The Independent
Cahal Milmo

Galway TD says it's not appropriate to invite British royals to 1916 commemorations: Connacht Tribune

Fine Gael row over Easter Rising legacy: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Marking the Home Rule Act of 1914 (Sep 18): Irish Independent

Crimes of fiction – Storm over Mantel's story about Thatcher assassination: The Irish Times
Fionola Meredith

David Cameron says Queen 'purred down line' after Scotland no vote: The Guardian
Rowena Mason

Rising to the challenge: BBC
Brian Taylor

Scottish referendum – Unionists in Northern Ireland could learn a number of basic lessons from the experience in Scotland: Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

How 'yes' really won the Scottish referendum: Toronto Globe and Mail
Daniel Woolf

Scottish referendum – things might well be the same again (Sep 20): Daily Telegraph
Charles Moore

After Scotland's Vote, a Warning From Quebec – 'An Idea Never Dies':
Peter Coy

The Scottish Church showed little statesmanship or common sense during the referendum: The Scotsman
Tom Gallagher

Our Scottish campaign will encourage English Nationalism unless the voice of England is heard (Sep 18): The Spectator
Conor Burns

So the union is secure for a generation after the referendum? I wouldn't be so sure, Mr Cameron (Sep 21): The Observer
Andrew Rawnsley

Scottish referendum – how religion could help heal the nation's rifts (Sep 21): Sunday Telegraph
John Haldane

EU referendum mirrors SNP 'narrow nationalism'(Sep 23): The Scotsman
Andrew Whitaker

Anderson recalls life-changing visit to Palestine and Israel (Sep 19): Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

Tuesday, September 23

Northern Ireland's political parties remain divided on ways to improve political structures: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Political process in 'perilous and untenable position' says Gildernew: Impartial Reporter
Rodney Edwards

Politicians 'will be swept from office': UTV

Scottish referendum – Scots said no but now it's time for us to start saying yes... to reform at Stormont: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria O'Hara

Parties debate Stormont reforms in wake of Scottish referendum: The News Letter

Anti-Agreement axis hollowing out peace process including unionist politicians, members of Orange Order and loyalist paramilitaries: Belfast Telegraph
Declan Kearney

DUP opposed anti-poverty strategy as well as welfare cuts: Belfast Media
Jim McVeigh

Sinn Féin keeps up pressure for referendum on united Ireland: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Now get our border poll out of way: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Home Rule for Ireland on the way!: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Sinn Fein claims new regeneration plan for Belfast could lead to 'Balkanisation' of city centre: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Former mayor Mairtin O Muilleoir reiterates opposition to Belfast city plan: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Ulster Unionist Councillor snubs Paisley debate: Lurgan Mail

Anti-bigotry tsar sent bullets and murder threats: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Death threats won't stop us, say Alliance duo sent bullets: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Derry man's PSNI bias claim rejected: UTV

Taoiseach Enda Kenny backs IRA murders probe call: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

Former-RUC trio redacting secret files on killings linked to alleged shoot-to-kill policy: Belfast Telegraph
Lesley-Anne McKeown

PSNI 'regret' over killings files delay: BBC

Woman held over Sean McParland UVF Belfast 1994 murder: BBC

Robinson urged Blair to 'cultivate' Paisley, says PM's former chief of staff: The News Letter
Sam McBride

NI peace 'one of Labour's greatest achievements': The News Letter

School closures and population shifts could be blurring the border in Co Fermanagh:
Denzil McDaniel

Peter Robinson says paper on Northern Ireland tax powers is prepared: BBC

Coveney 'takes issue' with Bruton's Easter 1916 Rising comments: The Irish Times
Barry Roche

Irish fund urged US senators on ambassador appointment: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Sammy Wilson's comments on Scottish National Party 'tartan terror tactics' referred to Assembly Speaker: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Alex Salmond airs idea of unilateral declaration of independence for Scotland: Belfast Telegraph

Scottish referendum vote-rigging claims spark calls for recount: The Guardian
Esther Addley

Hague says English devolution to be 'election issue': BBC

Welsh first minister supports English devolution: Financial Times
John Murray Brown

Ulster MPs 'very likely' to end in second tier: The News Letter

Cameron's promises have made Scottish result far more about future of England: Irish Independent
Steve Richards

Bitter fall-out at Westminster from No vote: The News Letter
Chris Moncrieff

The Unionist way forward: Daily Telegraph
Andrew Lilico

Federalism works in Germany but may not in Britain:
Jochen Hung

Scottish referendum – It'll be a generation before Scotland cries freedom and strives to sever Westminster link: Belfast Telegraph
Will Chambré

The devil is in the dithering detail: The Herald

Unionists are right to be mindful of English nationalism: The News Letter

Police investigate sinister Scottish Republican Army website: The Herald
Martin Williams

Monday, September 22

Scottish independence – NI parties clash over extra Stormont powers: BBC

Martin McGuinness says more fiscal powers should be devolved to Stormont: Highland Radio

'Newry & Mourne Council rejects Tory Cuts' – Casey (Sep 16): Newry Times
Paul Malone

Welfare reform – A number of myths need to be buried once and for all before debate can continue (Sep 16): Belfast Telegraph
Mark Brotherston

Former Northern Ireland secretary 'backed' paramilitary amnesties: ITV

Gerry Adams is off to New York to see the Clintons tomorrow – but he's flying economy class:
Hugh O'Connell

I'll keep meeting terrorists – Orange chaplain Mervyn Gibson defends engaging with loyalist paramilitaries: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

'Green Taliban' regards Irish Republicanism as holy and unquestionable: Irish Post
Joe Horgan

Theresa Villiers to hold talks on Ardoyne parade stalemate later this week: Belfast Telegraph
Sara Neill

Eastern Europeans subjected to race hate attacks in north Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Officer hit with brick during disorder: UTV

Works of art unveiled with no sign of Union Flag scarf: Portadown Times

Life-long friend says Paisley had doubts about going into Government: Impartial Reporter

From Bible Belt to Chuckle Brother: Dundalk Democrat

Who are you to judge anybody?: Impartial Reporter
Denzil McDaniel

The Only Way is Ethics – Ian Paisley is rightly remembered for his intransigence: Independent on Sunday
Will Gore

Fresh BBC documentary charts rise of Ian Paisley: The News Letter

Ex-prisoners to bring peace message at youth summit: Irish Independent
Nicola Anderson

Salmond – We don't need referendum for independence: The Scotsman
David Maddox

Hoey – Labour must do what is right for country: The News Letter

Call to build 'new Scotland with Christian values at the heart': The News Letter

Scottish 'No' does not mean as you were for Ireland (Sep 20): The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Scotland votes No, England gets the revolution: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Will the English welsh on the Scots?: The Scotsman
Fraser Nelson

English votes for English taxes is a recipe for revolution (Sep 19): Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup

Scottish independence referendum result – What now for Wales? (Sep 20):

It would be bonkers to rewrite the constitution overnight: Daily Telegraph
Boris Johnson

Let's not fear the F-word or the C-word – we should move to a federal Britain in a confederal Europe: The Guardian
Timothy Garton Ash

What now for Britishness?: BBC
Richard Weight

We are staying together – so what does it mean to be British now?: Daily Telegraph
Cole Moreton

The real result of the referendum? The death of the UK state: Sunday Herald
Iain Macwhirter

Scotland's young, feisty yes generation has nowhere to go: The Guardian
Paul Mason

'I badly under-estimated the depth of Scottish nationalism' (Sep 20): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

The legacy of Alex Salmond (Sep 21): Scotland on Sunday
Alex Massie

Despite defeat Salmond deserves credit on campaign: The Irish Times
Diarmaid Ferriter

So cynical: Irish Examiner

Sunday, September 21

Don't be in a rush to grab extra powers, says minister: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

The Scots don't do bitter like we do... Northern Ireland has to learn from them if we are ever to handle our new devolved powers: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Ian Paisley – Conflict, confrontation, and eventual compromise: The News Letter
Henry Patterson

Remembering the real Ian Paisley and dreams deferred: Irish Voice/
Yvonne Watterson

Paisley and Provos – two sides of one tribal coin: Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Reshuffle of PSNI senior command team is confirmed: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Profile – Drew Harris of the PSNI: Belfast Telegraph
Brian Rowan

Campbell asks SoS to look after RUC memorial upkeep: Londonderry Sentinel
Kevin Mullan

Flegforce flatters to deceive as things stay just the way they are: Belfast Media

'Military exercise will anger local residents' – Sinn Fein: The News Letter

Gerry Adams comment that republicans were always law abiding is quite astonishing (Sep 17): Belfast Telegraph
Samuel Morrison

Labour gain at expense of Sinn Fein: Sunday Independent
John Drennan

Willie Frazer admits George Galloway comments 'went too far': Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

David Norris rebuked for calling 1916 leaders 'traitors' (Sep 18): The Irish Times
Michael O'Regan

We cannot unravel our history or use it for current political ends: Sunday Independent
Michael McDowell

Why our churches will never escape Scot-free from politics: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Government satisfied with take-no-sides stance on referendum (Sep 19): The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

Joy and relief for unionists across Northern Ireland at referendum result: The News Letter

How important was a 'No' vote in the Scottish referendum to Northern Irish unionists?:
Michael Sheils McNamee

Victory for the Union: Ballymoney Times
Claire Cartmill

Constitutional implications of Scots' vote for NI will last for years: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Could Northern Ireland vote yes on referendum to leave UK?: Irish Voice/
Niall O'Dowd

Scots' opportunity could be Ireland's difficulty very soon: Evening Herald

David Cameron launches biggest ever shake-up in the constitution: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Six in 10 voters back Cameron's call for English home rule: Sunday Telegraph
Tim Ross

Gordon Brown tells Scots – I'll make sure Westminster keeps promises: The Observer
Daniel Boffey

Gordon Brown is hailed as the man who saved United Kingdom: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

Scottish referendum – Alex Salmond says 'No' voters were 'tricked': BBC

After the Scottish referendum – David Cameron's cynical attempt to manipulate the constitution: The Observer
Will Hutton

Cameron must now face up to constitutional nightmare: Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Eleven arrests after loyalist No supporters' descend on George Square: Sunday Herald
Judith Duffy

More arrests expected following violence in Glasgow city centre in wake of referendum vote: Scottish Daily Record
Fraser Wilson

Dear young Scotland, thank you for daring to believe ...: Sunday Herald
Ian Bell

Benefit of being a Scot & British (Sep 19): The Scotsman
Stephen McGinty

England beware: The Scots will punish us terribly if they think we've conned them... Peter Hitchens returned to the home he tearfully left as a boy – and was filled with a powerful sense of foreboding...: Daily Mail
Peter Hitchens

We dared to dream ... we still do: Sunday Herald

Saturday, September 20

Scottish referendum results – Outcome divides opinion in Northern Ireland: The Independent
David McKittrick

Sinn Féin calls for border poll on Irish unity: Irish Examiner
Mary Regan

Scottish referendum – Robinson rejects border poll call: The News Letter

Scottish referendum – Nesbitt wants PM meeting after pro-Union vote: The News Letter

Taoiseach – Scotland's No vote has enormous implications for Northern Ireland: Irish Independent
Ralph Riegel

Scottish referendum sets scene for Northern Ireland talks: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stormont Executive must now face its responsibilities – Alliance: The News Letter

North still 'caught in the grip of sectarianism': The Irish Times
Noel Whelan

We really don't want something out of this world, just one small step towards a fit for purpose Assembly: Belfast Telegraph
Alex Kane

Politicians need to show maturity: Belfast Telegraph

Scottish nationalists show the futility of IRA violence, say SDLP: The News Letter

Orange Order slammed for new Ardoyne parade bid: Belfast Media
Evan Short

3 sectarian incidents in Irish Street in a week: Londonderry Sentinel

Frazer pledge over Galloway comments: UTV

Woman on trial over bomb components found in car boot: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

Like sparring partners, Telegraph and Paisley had mutual respect: Belfast Telegraph
Paul Connolly

Government destroyed Stalker Sampson files weeks before 'Shoot to Kill' inquest was due to open:
Barry McCaffrey

Coroner in request for Pat Finucane documents: Belfast Telegraph
Michael McHugh

Army exercise biggest in Northern Ireland since before The Troubles: BBC

Scottish referendum – Police struggle to control Unionist rally in Glasgow's George Square: The Independent
Chris Green and James Cusick

Phewww! That's the White House on Scotland vote: CNBC
Ben White

Now home rule for England! PM pledges 'English votes for English laws' as turmoil-hit Labour hints at new regional powers: Daily Mail
James Chapman, and Jason Groves and Dan Bloom

Labour condemn David Cameron's plans as Unionist truce collapses over English 'home rule': Daily Telegraph
Peter Dominiczak and Christopher Hope

The Union as we know it is dead, says Welsh First Minister: The News Letter

Campaigners for Cornish devolution determined to win more powers for Cornwall: Irish Independent
Rod Minchin

Queen calls for respect on all sides after "enduring love of Scotland" kept Britain together: Scottish Daily Record
Jason Beattie

A pot half full – SNP looks to gains that can still be made: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Alex Salmond to stand down as First Minister: The Scotsman
Tom Peterkin

Devo max explained – The biggest constitutional change since Ireland got home rule: The Independent
Oliver Wright

The Union lives on – now England expects: BBC
Brian Taylor

Scotland looks to a new life within the Union: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Scottish referendum: 'Salmond will be a loss to Scottish politics' – McGuinness: Derry Journal

No arguments about this vote, but another referendum will be unavoidable: The Herald
Ian Bell

Scotland has voted no. The next step must not be a return to business as usual: The Guardian
Deborah Orr

Britain about to learn the messy business of federalism: Toronto Globe and Mail
Jeffrey Simpson

Yes has lost, but the UK is still shattered: The Herald
Andrew McKie

I confess, I thought yes would win. But I'm glad Scotland has given Britain a fright: The Guardian
Ian Jack

In praise of Alex Salmond: The Spectator
Fraser Nelson

Scotland could have been like Denmark, but instead stays: Boston Globe
H.D.S. Greenway

Scotland started a glorious revolution. Don't let Westminster snuff it out: The Guardian
Jonathan Freedland


Friday, September 19

Sinn Fein dismisses north Belfast parade inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

McCallister meets Robinson over creating Opposition: The News Letter

Sinn Fein slams the 'hypocrisy' of DUP on policing: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Scottish independence – Let's think about a border poll for Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Colum Eastwood

Peter Robinson to meet Welsh first minister on 'No' vote: BBC

Can Peter Robinson come out of the Big Man Ian Paisley's shadow?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Paisley made peace after Catholic meeting: Irish Catholic
Michael Kelly

Ian Paisley spoke to the heart as well as the head... and inspired me: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

The Scottish referendum and self-defeating Paisleyism: Impartial Reporter
Warren Little

Sinn Féin's Paul Maskey to defend West Belfast seat: The Irish Times

PSNI – Police are seeking information on incident 'with sectarian overtones': Derry Journal

PSNI sick leave set to rocket: UTV

Sinn Fein: All avenues for cross-border co-operation must be explored – Anderson: Derry Journal

O'Malley approved as US ambassador to Ireland: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Taoiseach wants monument to John Redmond in Leinster House: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Former taoiseach John Bruton reiterates controversial criticisms of 1916 Rising: RTE

Historian challenges Bruton over necessity for 1916 Rising: The Irish Times
Ronan McGreevy

Vocations crisis worse than in England and Wales: The Irish Times
Patsy McGarry

SF version of Troubles should not go unchallenged: The Irish Times
Eamonn McCann

Scottish independence – Scotland votes No: The Scotsman

Scotland votes No – what happens now?: Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup

Taoiseach says Cabinet discussed implications of Scottish vote: The Irish Times
Mary Minihan

Bogside backs Scottish independence: UTV

The 'English question' answered – Scottish MPs to be barred from voting on English laws: Daily Telegraph
Peter Dominiczak, Steven Swinford and Holly Watt

'Wish u had been killed at Dunblane' – Andy Murray gets abuse on Twitter for supporting Scottish independence: Irish Independent

Murray vows to carry on playing for Britain despite sparking angry backlash after declaring support for Scottish independence: Daily Mail
Mike Dickson and Eleanor Harding

I defended dour Andy but I can't forgive him this: Daily Mail
Jan Moir

'The British state still has a huge problem on its hands': Daily Telegraph
Robert Colvile

Cameron's intervention has had opposite effect: The News Letter
Nick Garbutt

Scottish independence – Yes or no, Scots vote will change the Union forever: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Thank God my country is still intact: Daily Telegraph
Daniel Hannan

If 'No' side wins, it will be impossible to put the 'Yes' genie back in the bottle: Irish Independent
Kim Bielenberg

Scotland – after the hatred, will we forgive and forget?: Daily Telegraph
Alan Cochrane

Scottish independence – Better together but even if No, vote has major implications: Belfast Telegraph

Thursday, September 18

Martin McGuinness agrees to major overhaul of Stormont: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Martin McGuinness backs smaller Northern Ireland Assembly: BBC

Peter Robinson's 'entrance' strategy may open up new possibilities: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

United unionists outline next phase of 'graduated response': The News Letter

Theresa Villiers pushed for decision on parade inquiry: Belfast Telegraph
Claire Williamson

Sinn Fein's Caitriona Ruane must explain objections over policing appointment: Belfast Telegraph

Ian Paisley Jr's move may be highly significant: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP must avoid fuss or further rancour: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

'Paisley's passing must close the door on negative politics' – Bradley: Newry Times
Paul Malone

Shed no tears for a man who spent years fuelling hatred: Evening Herald
Gerry O'Carroll

U17 team attacked by sectarian mob: Belfast Media
David Whelan

'New IRA' thugs are only loyal to violence – they have no noble cause (Sep 4): Irish Post
Joe Horgan

Inquest into Kingsmills killings: UTV

IRA Kingsmills massacre – full inquest ordered into 1976 killings: The Guardian
Henry McDonald

Authorities seek to bury truth about Kingsmill say relatives of victim: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Tributes for forensic archaeologist who helped families of IRA 'Disappeared': Irish Independent
Lesley-Anne McKeown

Scotland shows 1916 a mistake, says John Bruton: The Irish Times
Stephen Collins

It's time to celebrate Home Rule and acknowledge how much was achieved without violence: Irish Independent
Charles Lysaght

Scottish Independence would kill Celtic dream of Premier League action stone dead: Scottish Daily Record
Oliver Holt

Scotland will reject independence but only just, says biggest poll so far: Daily Telegraph
Keith Perry

Glasgow's poorest have big say in fate of union: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Barack Obama tells Scotland – stay united: Daily Telegraph
Raf Sanchez

Scottish independence – Almost half of 'No' voters have felt 'personally threatened' by the 'Yes' campaign: The Independent
Andrew Grice

Scottish independence – Police deny McConnell claim: The Scotsman
Gemma Hartley

NI leaders leave Scots to decide: UTV

Ask him any way you like, Gerry still isn't weighing in on the Scottish Question:
Daragh Brophy

Scottish independence – Break-up of the Union could hit Northern Ireland, warn business chiefs: Belfast Telegraph
Rebecca Black

Shetland may reconsider its place in Scotland after yes vote, says minister:
Esther Addley

Scottish-Canadians divided, but united on heritage: Ottawa Citizen
Robin Levinson King

Scottish referendum different than those in Quebec: Toronto Star
Haroon Siddiqui

Congress split over Scotland: The Hill
Cristina Marcos

Political parties make power play: BBC
Brian Taylor

Scottish independence – Ties that bind Northern Ireland and Scotland go way back and will survive the referendum: Belfast Telegraph
Mike Nesbitt

Scare tactics in Scotland can't detract from the glory of democracy in action: Irish Independent
Martina Devlin

'This is our first chance in 300 years to be ourselves': Irish Examiner
Shaun Connolly

Scotland votes: Forget Izzard, David Bowie and Beckham – Scots shouldn't look to the stars for a decision on its future: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Independence referendum – Nationalism's aim was to divide us from England but it's split us from ourselves: Scottish Daily Record
Torcuil Crichton

EU officials, already vexed by 'British question' must consider Scotland too:
Ian Traynor

Independence referendum – Are we the only country too stupid to run our own affairs?: Scottish Daily Record
Joan Burnie

Scottish independence – Five reasons Salmond is secretly hoping for a No vote: The Independent
Oliver Wright

A wistful 'no' in Scotland?: Washington Post
E.J. Dionne Jr.

Westminster will return to business as usual if it is No: The Herald
Iain Macwhirter


Wednesday, September 17

Sinn Fein told to apologise for row as Drew Harris appointed new PSNI Deputy Chief Constable: Belfast Telegraph
Deborah McAleese

Top police job – Sinn Féin move 'motivated by Adams arrest': BBC

New man at top recognised as expert in many policing areas: The News Letter

There is still too much political division in the North but we in the South can help: Irish Independent
Charlie Flanagan

Stormont crisis – Two years hence... and all's changed utterly: Belfast Telegraph
Malachi O'Doherty

Paisley critics 'pygmies in his shadow': UTV

Ian Paisley – So often he divided them, but now they were united: Belfast Telegraph
Noel McAdam

Ian Paisley's funeral – How different it might all have been if his rift with church and party hadn't happened: Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

Rose-tinted view of Paisley needs to be answered: The Irish Times
Dennis Kennedy

Ian Paisley – Big man with big faith who took big strides for peace: Belfast Telegraph
Gail Walker

Ian Paisley – Talented and charming, but history may not judge him kindly: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Ian Paisley – The West's Religious Fanatic:
Mike Flynn

'Paramilitary justice barbaric' – police: UTV

13 shot by paramilitary vigilantes this year: Londonderry Sentinel

Ex-Linfield coach pictured on UVF parade duty: The Sunday Life
Ciaran Barnes

North Belfast 'hate crime' attack condemned by politicians: The News Letter

Four accused of plot to kill Johnny 'Mad Dog' Adair:
Henry McDonald

Renewed call for justice in Massereene murders: Antrim Times

George Galloway sues Willie Frazer and Google over online diatribe: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Journal readers want vote for independence in North: Derry Journal
Andrew Quinn

It's still too close to call – With a day to go until the Scottish independence referendum, 350,000 voters are still undecided as Mail poll reveals No side has four-point lead on 52%: Daily Mail
James Chapman

Scottish independence – women voters could save the Union: Daily Telegraph
Tim Ross

Bill Clinton says Scotland should remain part of the United Kingdom:
Kevin Rawlinson

Revealed – Alex Salmond personally pressurised St Andrews University head over independence concerns: Daily Telegraph
Ben Riley-Smith

Ed Miliband forced to abandon walkabout in Edinburgh:
Severin Carrell

Scottish independence – Ed Miliband abandons Edinburgh walk-about as Yes and No campaigners clash: Scottish Daily Record
Ben Russell

Scot-Free? The UK's Security Council Seat is Safe, No Matter What:
Stewart M. Patrick

Vote kindles ancestry pride for local Scottish-Americans: Detroit Free Press
Niraj Warikoo

Locals with Scots heritage split on separation: St. Catharines Standard
Don Fraser

Why Canada wants Scotland to vote 'yes':
Stephen Marche

Why Northern Ireland's Protestants really don't want Scotland to leave the U.K.: Washington Post
Feargus O'Sullivan

Northern Ireland will be isolated if Scotland votes yes to independence: Sunday World
Richard Sullivan

What would a Yes vote in Scotland mean for North's economy?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Divided we stand – Fear factor has Scottish industry running scared about independence day: Irish Independent
Colm Kelpie

The Origins and Implications of the Scottish Referendum:
George Friedman

How the media shafted the people of Scotland: The Guardian
George Monbiot

Salmond's stoking of the Yes mob is reminiscent of the young Ian Paisley: Daily Telegraph
Tom Gallagher

This bullying and intimidation is worse than anything I saw in Ulster: Daily Mail
Tom Bradby

Is this the end of Britishness?:
Ian Jack

Scottish nationalism has prospered because British identity has withered: Daily Telegraph
Tim Stanley

Scottish nationalism and British nationalism aren't the same:
Billy Bragg

A revolution against top-down control will work best if the UK stays together: The New Statesman
Steve Reed and Andrew Burns

Is Scotland confident enough to vote No?: The Spectator
Alex Massie


Tuesday, September 16

McGuinness asks politicians to rise to North challenge: Irish Examiner
Ed Carty and Michael McHugh

Welfare reform – For once, the DUP and Sinn Fein are both right: Belfast Telegraph
Steven Agnew

Shinners have 'scot' to act fast! DUP stance puts Stormont at risk: (from the Irish Daily Star)
John Coulter

Selection of new PSNI Deputy Chief Constable in chaos as Sinn Fein walks away: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Forum discusses legacy of the Troubles: RTE

Coroner slams NIO and Gardai on Kingsmills massacre: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Hearing delay 'a bid to bury truth': Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Fein slams Orange hall fire in Donegal: Belfast Telegraph

'We know majority in Republic don't condone attacks': Londonderry Sentinel

Loyalists apply for parade in Belfast city centre: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Dissident republican mother-of-three convicted under terror laws aimed at tackling homegrown Islamic extremism: Belfast Telegraph
Chris Kilpatrick

Ian Paisley buried at private funeral in absence of closest DUP allies:
Henry McDonald

DUP shock at exclusion from Ian Paisley funeral: The Sunday Life
Alan Murray

Ian Paisley – I'll never forget his hug and prayers says Ann Travers: The News Letter

Ian Paisley death – Martyrs flock united in sad reflection and admiration: Belfast Telegraph
Cate McCurry

Volte-face 'prompted by Ahern meeting': Irish News
John Manley

Ian Paisley death – Sinn Fein's Gerry Adams signs off his sympathies in Irish: Belfast Telegraph
Nevin Farrell

I am proud to say Ian Paisley was my friend, says Catholic former Labour MP: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Old friends and foes excluded from Paisley funeral: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Ian Paisley's funeral – A surprising contrast to the funeral of his hero Edward Carson: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Clarke

Ian Paisley's bravery and political acumen helped us build Ireland's peace:
Bertie Ahern

Doc, I salute you – you were the Big Man: Derry Journal
Gregory Campbell

From the pulpit Paisley called me a key skuldugger, yet he ultimately chose to deal with me: The News Letter
Ken Bloomfield

The iconography of hate and horror can change: Toronto Globe and Mail
John Doyle

Joan Burton – 'Give SF control of the economy, you might as well give keys of country back to Troika': Irish Independent

Would a tight No vote in Scotland best suit Sinn Féin?: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Revealed – Good Friday campaigner, and old friend of Salmond, is BT adviser: The Herald
Gerry Braiden

Independent Scotland should not use pound, say 63% of English and Welsh: The Guardian
Tom Clark

Scottish independence – NUJ calls for end to journalist intimidation: BBC

400 military veterans urge no vote in Scottish referendum:
Ben Quinn

Irish veteran criticises ex-head of UK military's call for No vote: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Scottish independence – Police will be on high alert on Friday whatever the result: The Independent
Chris Green

Scottish independence – Why does anyone think that the Queen can influence voters?: Daily Telegraph
Allan Massie

Scottish referendum Yes vote would have ramifications for Rangers FC: The News Letter
Billy Kennedy

Free State Ireland has lessons for Scotland on sterling: Financial Times
Vincent Boland

Scots have been offered a fantasy of independence: Chicago Tribune
Clive Crook

Independence for Scotland? It's their choice but they would be mad: The News Letter
Sammy Wilson

A No vote won't end this battle. Whatever Salmond says, expect a Neverendum: Daily Telegraph
James Kirkup

Given up caring if the Scots go it alone? Read what it will mean for England if they do.. and weep: Daily Mail
Stephen Glover

Better Together campaign has let us down: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Scottish independence – Unionists must change tack to save the Union: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

Keeping quiet on our vote will help healing process: The Herald
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