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Today's Northern Ireland News
Last Updated – January 16, 2019.

Brexit – Vote historic for wrong reasons says Arlene Foster: BBC

'We fought TERRORISTS to stay in UK!' DUP warning for eurocrats trying to break up UK: Daily Express
Thomas Hunt

DUP lawmaker claims 'no-deal' Brexit will see Brussels return to negotiations: CNBC.com
David Reid

Brexit – Sir Jeffrey Donaldson says no-deal scenario not threat to peace process: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Ireland to intensify preparations for a disorderly Brexit: TheJournal.ie
Daragh Brophy

Brexit – 'Economic consequences of no-deal Brexit cannot be ignored' – Elisha McCallion: Derry Now

Varadkar rejects claims of being secretive over Brexit: ITV

Government says vote increases chance of 'disorderly' Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Tanaiste reveals Ireland will have mutual citizenship with UK regardless of Brexit deal: Irish Mirror
Ferghal Blaney

Vast no-deal Brexit Bill will meet March 29th deadline, says Government: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Brexit – SF leader urges Leo Varadkar to 'stand firm' on backstop: The News Letter

Rights of Irish in Britain and British in Ireland protected from no-deal Brexit: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Irish border WILL remain open even in a No Deal Brexit: The Sun
Natasha Clark

Ross expects checks on lorries crossing Irish Border in no-deal Brexit: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Cross-border links vital as Brexit looms: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Brexit defeat – Work together to find solution and avoid 'disaster' Northern Ireland businesses appeal to politicians: Belfast Telegraph
Margaret Canning

Brexit – Hardliners step up their resistance to hated Irish backstop: The Times
Henry Zeffman and Sam Coates

A 'No deal' will hit jobs and all-island economy: The News Letter

Northern Ireland prepares for worst-case Brexit scenario: AlJazeera.com
Neave Barker

'No deal' Brexit would have 'devastating economic consequences' in Ireland: TheJournal.ie
Órla Ryan

I get why Irish eyes aren't smiling on us. So go to Dublin, sink some Guinness and show them you care: London Evening Standard
Petroc Trelawny

Brexit and the Border conundrum: The Irish Times
Mark Hennessy

Nobody wants to be left standing when the Brexit music finally stops: Irish Examiner
Gerard Howlin

EU would not accept clarifications, and nor should the UK: The News Letter
Editorial

The Irish Times view on Theresa May's defeat – go back to the British people: The Irish Times
Editorial

May's Brexit plan rejected – Vote showed a dangerous dysfunction: Irish Examiner
Editorial

DUP's Arlene Foster – 'There was never a hard border in Ireland': Irish Independent
Jonathan Bell

Arlene Foster criticised over assertion that 'we never had a hard border': TheJournal.ie
Daragh Brophy

Appeal allowed in Raymond McCord jnr case: Irish News

Robert McGuinness killing – All witnesses at inquest on the shooting of Robert McGuinness say that he was not carrying a weapon (Jan 14): Derry Now
Eamon Sweeney

Robert McGuinness killing: Forensic report says victim was shot in the back whilst soldier says he 'aimed for the chest' (Jan 14): Derry Now
Eamon Sweeney

Stone must stay in prison until 2024, High Court rules: ITV

Some 1,400 sign up to anti-abortion TD Peadar Tóibín's party: The Irish Times
Jennifer Bray

Longford man jailed for putting bomb on bus during Queen's State visit begins appeal in Irish: Longford Leader
Ruaidhrí Giblin

Donations sought for UDR memorial plaque: Coleraine Times

DUP adviser told Stormont officials not to answer Irish News queries on FOI role: The Irish Times
Brendan Hughes

Ireland rejects Brussels plan to kill national vetoes on tax: The Irish Times
Joe Brennan

Coronation Street star Charlie Lawson says united Ireland inevitable (Jan 14): The Sunday Life
Martin Breen

Bob Geldof says Brexit comes from 'a dangerous political ideology called nationalism': TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

Hard border could impact racing regulation in Ireland (Jan 14): The Irish Times
Brian O'Connor

Tuesday, January 15

End of UK? May warns no-deal would BOOST Irish unification and Scottish independence: Daily Express
Carly Read

No-deal Brexit unlikely but we need to be prepared – Varadkar: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Brexit – Ireland must 'hold its nerve', says Simon Coveney: The Irish Times
Vivienne Clarke

EU rejects Irish backstop time limit but backs technological solution: The Guardian
Daniel Boffey and Jennifer Rankin

Brexit – DUP denounces EU letter on backstop as meaningless: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP's Wilson 'happy' to vote down May's Brexit deal: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Mary Lou McDonald blasts Westminster's 'game of chicken with Ireland': Irish Examiner

Tory loyalists to test if Irish backstop end date will win over rebels: The Guardian
Jessica Elgot

Bruton – Brexit hard border if UK crashes out: Belfast Telegraph
Harriet Line

Brexit – EU letter not legal treaty but should be taken seriously: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

A People's Vote can help dig us out of hole Brexit has now become: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Farry

'Remainers are frozen to the spot as all around them Brexit flames grow higher': Irish Independent
Ronan McCrea

Brexit – The complex new boundaries between different groups of citizens in Northern Ireland: TheDetail.tv
Daniel Holder

'It would be dangerous to try and overturn the will of the people' – Donaldson: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

Brexit can go one of three ways for Ireland: The Irish Times
Cliff Taylor

We'd be mad to trust anyone associated with it unless on our terms: Irish Examiner
Fergus Finlay

Theresa May faces crunch vote: Irish News
Editorial

'UK parliament must unite to prevent no-deal Brexit': Irish Independent
Editorial

EU works away despite Brexit – EU tax plans ignored for far too long: Irish Examiner
Editorial

If Northern Ireland is to remain in the UK, the UUP and DUP must appeal to Catholics: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

Karen Bradley's border poll talk both stupid and deliberately provocative: The News Letter
Alex Kane

'Good conversations' but no shift in change as Northern Ireland parties meet on power-sharing deadlock: Belfast Telegraph

Call for council probe into Belfast City Hall Irish language event: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Ruling decides NI court should deal with Stormont decision-making uncertainty: Belfast Telegraph

Alliance – DUP is in blatant pact with Sinn Féin: The News Letter

PSNI records almost 3,000 assaults on officers every year: BBC
Eve Rosato

'Border fox' Dessie O'Hare pleads guilty to assault and false imprisonment: Irish Mirror
Alison O'Riordan

Robert McGuinness killing – Was Robert McGuinness shot in revenge for IRA killing of soldier?: Derry Now
Eamon Sweeney

Robert McGuinness killing: 'I have always felt that he is a forgotten victim of Derry's Troubles' -Tony McGuinness: Derry Now
Eamon Sweeney

Reavey and Kingsmills families still seeking justice 43 years on: The Cross Examiner

Jayda Fransen announces she has left far-right group Britain First: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Sinn Féin MLA defends Venezuela inauguration attendance: BBC

'McDonald reminded us of Sinn Féin's true colours when she defended the Venezuelan dictatorship': Irish Independent
Ian O'Doherty

Fianna Fáil reintroducing Bill to give National Anthem official recognition (Jan 13): Irish Examiner

Scotland can't be in the passenger seat if UK is driven off Brexit cliff edge: Scottish Daily Record
Ian Blackford

Monday, January 14

Brexit Backstop pledge written in blood would not be enough – Sammy Wilson: The News Letter

Brexit analysis – Not since peak Thatcherism has Britain been so divided: Irish News
John Manley

'Shackled to its impossible trinity, UK nears endgame' (Jan 13): Sunday Independent
Colm McCarthy

Arlene Foster's Brexit adviser 'blocked Stormont release of FOIs': Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Northern Ireland politicians must work across divides to build a future that works for all (Jan 11): Belfast Telegraph
Karen Bradley

Time for an Irish Language Act: Irish News
Ciarán Mac Giolla Bhéin

Sinn Féin councillors 'open to ridicule' over threat to block cartoonist (Jan 9): The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Banning a cartoonist from drawing them? SF's city councillors really are a sketch: Belfast Telegraph
Lindy McDowell

Jamie Bryson asked for Kingsmill massacre files by coroner investigating killings: Belfast Live
David Young

Breaking silence key in paramilitary fight (Jan 3): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Concerns raised about Roseann Mallon inquest outcome: Irish News
Connla Young

Silos, secrecy and quiet deals – How dysfunction became Stormont's norm: The Irish Times
Sam McBride

DUP MP Paul Girvan – We don't need Stormont minister to have cancer plan: The News Letter

North seeks filling station volunteers in event of major oil shortage: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

HSE warns Government over drug supply in no-deal Brexit scenario: The Irish Times
Jennifer Bray and Martin Wall

Boris Johnson 'out of his comfort zone' in Dublin, says Pendulum Summit organiser Sheahan (Jan 9): Irish Examiner
Pádraig Hoare

Never mind Brexit, we must not give in on corporate tax (Jan 13): The Sunday Times
Editorial

Exhibition marks 50 years of Free Derry Corner: BBC
David Wilson

President to travel north for Adamson funeral: RTE
Tommie Gorman

Ian Adamson: Doctor, politician, historian, multi-linguist, renowned wit, a key mover in the restoration of the Ulster Tower at Thiepval and a friend of Van Morrison ... remarkable life of the late Belfast Lord Mayor (Jan 10): Belfast Telegraph
Ivan Little

'Higgins has just bravely made the first of many hard choices' (Jan 13): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Most people don't support changing hospital names to remove religious references: TheJournal.ie
Órla Ryan

'Peadar Toibin is riding a hard race in the outside lane' (Jan 13): Sunday Independent
Ruth Dudley Edwards

SF duo at 'farce' inauguration – Caracas tops Coalisland for Sinn Féin: Irish Examiner
Editorial

Mhairi Black tears into Unionists over Brexit hypocrisy (Jan 10): The National (Scotland)

Sunday, January 13

Ahern – UK must postpone Brexit: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

'Union is SECURE!' Former Taoiseach rejects claims hard Brexit to lead to UNITED Ireland: Daily Express
Aurora Bosotti

Sinn Féin's refusal to take Westminster seat a 'tragedy' says Bruton: ITV

How is Dublin preparing for a possible no-deal Brexit?: BBC
Shane Harrison

BREXIT BOMBSHELL: UK to be locked in backstop – experts say trade deal deadline not viable: Daily Express
Joe Barnes

"Sideshow Boris' reminds us why we badly need that backstop' (Jan 11): Irish Independent
John Downing

Sticking to March deadline for Brexit is reckless – Robin Swann: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Rebellious moderate pro EU Tory MPs are now more powerful than the DUP: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Republic's political leaders are still tone-deaf on Northern Ireland (Jan 11): Belfast Telegraph
Eamon Delaney

'With 75 days to Brexit, our future's on the line': Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

A Fianna Fáil link will not be enough to save fading SDLP (Jan 10): The News Letter
Nicholas Whyte

SDLP leader Eastwood praises Hanna's 'restraint' following Ian Paisley insult: Belfast Telegraph

Captured on camera – second gun attack on west Belfast Sinn Féin office in three months: Belfast Telegraph
Lauren Harte

Racist hate crimes a blight on our society: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

PSNI to provide greater clarity on DNA retention: The Irish Times
Michael McHugh

Sinn Féin block cartoonist sketching councillors – party accused of 'censorship' (Jan 10): Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Madden

Peadar Tóibín to target seats in Donegal for new pro-life party (Jan 9): Irish Examiner
Chris Ashmore

Peadar Tóibín's new pro-life party claims eight elected councillors: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

Peadar Tóibín – 'Some in Sinn Féin are hurt and angry and are not talking to me at all': TheJournal.ie
Christina Finn

The $10m spy who worked for FBI and MI5 inside dissident republicanism: Belfast Telegraph
Sean O'Driscoll

'The Orange State is gone and it's not coming back' – Mary Lou McDonald on 100th anniversary of the Dáil: Irish Independent
Gareth Cross

'Not worthy of celebration' – As Sinn Féin celebrates first Dáil, it's adamant it won't take part in Expo 100: TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

Marking Ireland's bloody history proves painful: The Sunday Times
Conor Brady

Tangling up the Nazi Blitz in orange/green politics sullies memory of its victims: The News Letter
Brian Barton

Retailers concerned smuggling may increase after no-deal Brexit: The Sunday Times
Sean Pollock

'The UK could learn from us about how referendum campaigns should be run' (Jan 10): Irish Independent
Tiernan Brady

Abortion law change – Is Northern Ireland really next?: The Irish Times
Susan McKay

The Catholic Church rejects Mary McAleese, but she still loves it (Jan 11): Boston Globe
Kevin Cullen

The Irish Times view on changes in the Catholic church – a chance to renew: The Irish Times
Editorial

'Nasty nuns' sub-plot twists new RTÉ historical drama (Jan 10): Irish Catholic
Greg Daly

Mary Lou McDonald defends Sinn Féin members attending Maduro inauguration: Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

Saturday, January 12

Northern Ireland's DUP holds fast against May's Brexit deal: Financial Times
Arthur Beesley

DUP hit out at Bradley's 'appalling and distasteful' peace funding 'bargaining chip': Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Karen Bradley – No-deal Brexit could create 'feelings of unrest': BBC

Bradley casts doubt on peace project funding in event of no-deal Brexit: The Irish Times

Welsh party leader calls for Celtic political union: RTE
Irene Ní Nualláin

Parliament must engage with reality, warns Long: Belfast Telegraph

DUP Sammy Wilson LASHES OUT at 'patronising' MPs who think 'they know BETTER' than Britons: Daily Express
Alessandra Scotto di Santolo

'Biggest disaster' – Luton's Irish community is nervous as Brexit looms: The Irish Times
Shane Hickey

Northern Ireland's eerie silence in the eye of Brexit hurricane: RTE
Duncan Morrow

Ireland can learn from the brains of Brexit: The Times
Cormac Lucey

Deal will fall unless there is change of heart in Dublin and EU on backstop: Belfast Telegraph
Arlene Foster

'Ashdown's parting sentiments point to unity of purpose forming in North': Irish Independent
Gerard O'Regan

MP's Irish border solution – get it out of my living room: The Times
Patrick Kidd

'We have only to look at our own past to grasp the Brexit mindset': Irish Independent
Mary Kenny

Could DUP act as temporary nationalists to revive Stormont?: The News Letter
Bernard J Mulholland

'Among the Brexit spin-offs, talk about a united Ireland is now very real': Irish Independent
John Downing

Nobody can say with confidence what way Tuesday's Brexit vote will go: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy and Cliff Taylor

The English will rue the day they voted on Brexit soon enough: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Niall O'Dowd

Takeover of SDLP won't be all plain sailing for Micheál: Belfast Media

DUP Education Minister right to block Irish language school move, court rules: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

Terrorism threat in Derry remains 'severe' after a year of no arrests: Derry Now

Sinn Féin – Shots fired at party's Turf Lodge office: BBC

Sinn Féin 'will not be intimidated or deterred' following shooting at west Belfast constituency office: Irish News
Marie Louise McConville

SDLP silent on Ian Paisley 'gobsh**e' tweet: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Student fees frozen for NI undergraduates in Republic: BBC
Robbie Meredith

UK farmers urge MPs to avoid no-deal Brexit: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Irish beef farmers could face Brexit Armageddon, warns IFA: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Irish students in Britain still eligible for maintenance grants after Brexit: Irish Examiner
Niall Murray

God on their side? Ireland's moral minority rise up: Irish Independent
Kim Bielenberg

'Irish history is moving rapidly' – backlash to abortion law fails to emerge: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Friday, January 11

Ireland needs to challenge Brexiteer 'spin' on backstop – Coveney: Belfast Telegraph

'Get off your high horse and get some humility', DUP MP tells Simon Coveney: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

'No one is going to build hard border in Ireland'- claims DUP's Foster after Coveney meeting: Belfast Telegraph

Simon Coveney – 'There isn't an anti-British bone in my body': The News Letter

'Scrap backstop plan if you want DUP support,' warns MP: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Brexit – British Government proposals described as a 'love letter to the DUP': Derry Now
Eamon Sweeney

DUP – we will study amendment about ending backstop after 12 months: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Northern Ireland's parties united in opposition to backstop assurances: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Brexit – Gardai say it's 'impossible' to predict impact of a no-deal scenario on border policing: Derry Now
Eamon Sweeney

Diehards may soon discover May's deal is hardest Brexit available: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit must not paralyse Northern Ireland politics... restoring Stormont is now crucial: Belfast Telegraph
Simon Coveney

Brexit and the Irish border explained: why the headache is not going away any time soon: Daily Telegraph
Peter Foster

BREXIT row – Irish deputy PM accuses Brexiteers of 'MISREPRESENTING' May's final deal: Daily Express
Joe Barnes

How can Britain buy more time to resolve Brexit crisis?: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

'Five ways we can mitigate UK's departure and make sure our voice is heard in the EU': Irish Independent
Barry Andrews

Dodds hits out at Sinn Féin Brussels 'sideshow, while their MPs hide in Commons' canteen': Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Implications of Brexit on peace process are 'likely to prove far-reaching': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

PM is in fantasy land if she thought olive branch would work: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Secretary of State should have acted long ago over deadlock: The News Letter
Robin Swann

Irish language 'in your face all the time' says councillor over plan to light up Belfast City Hall: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Boris Johnson tells €795-a-ticket Dublin conference that 'nobody will implement' a hard border: TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

'Ask Tommie' – Boris Johnson urges RTÉ's Tommie Gorman to verify his 'Euro scepticism': Irish Independent
John Downing

Former SDLP leader now backs alliance with Fianna Fáil: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Irish Labour leader says SDLP must break with European socialists if it formalises ties with Fianna Fáil: Irish News
John Manley

It's too early to write an obituary for UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Civic nationalism Belfast event planned for later this month: Irish News
John Manley

Sinn Féin councillor's 'lack of respect' for council official: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Michael Stone 'should not be considered for release until 2024': Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Bonfire scheme deserves scrutiny (Jan 10): Irish News
Editorial

Troubles – Plea to include suicide in death toll: BBC

No legacy inquest for Poppy Day bomb victims: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Two of the 'Hooded Men' to take action against former British Army general: Derry Now

Westminster urged to intervene over marriage equality in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph

Ireland to vote in May whether to include emigrants in vote: Irish World

Poorer Protestant boys faring worst in Northern Ireland schools, says report: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

UK to spend £300m supporting peace projects in NI: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin rewriting history again over NI centenary plans (Jan 8): The News Letter
Editorial

Sinn Féin to host event commemorating centenary of historic first meeting of Dáil Éireann: The Irish Times
Gerard Donaghy

Mary Lou McDonald to speak at the South Tipperary Republican Commemoration of Soloheadbeg: Tipperary Star

Sinn Féin defends decision to attend Maduro inauguration: The Irish Times
Jennifer Bray

Thursday, January 10

DUP dismisses May's Brexit pledge to consult Stormont as meaningless: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Brexit backstop – Promise of 'strong role' for Stormont 'meaningless', says Nigel Dodds: The News Letter

May's Brexit deal is 'dead' – says DUP's Arlene Foster: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn and Laura Larkin

Backstop not a trap nor stepping stone to unity, says tánaiste: Irish News
Michelle Devane

Brexit may have brought prospect of an Irish unity poll forward, report notes: Belfast Telegraph

Brussels official denies using North as a pawn in Brexit talks: The Times
Niamh Lyons

North to get 'veto' if backstop triggered, UK minister says: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Stormont veto for Irish backstop 'wouldn't be acceptable': Irish Independent
Laura Larkin, Cormac McQuinn and Ryan Nugent

Taoiseach 'must not panic', backstop needs to remain as negotiated – SF: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh, Cormac McQuinn and Laura Larkin

'Don't blink' – Mary Lou McDonald tells Michel Barnier on backstop: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Sinn Féin seeks Downing St meeting after May makes backstop 'overture to DUP': TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

Government's Brexit 'Stormont lock gives Northern Ireland business clarity': Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Minister Heather Humphreys claims over 25,000 Irish jobs at risk in event of hard Brexit: Irish Mirror
Cate McCurry and Pat Flanagan

'Blow to 'Plan B' may shorten the endgame – but increase the risk': Irish Independent
John Downing

British government backstop commitments leave the north powerless: Irish News
John Manley

Will Theresa May's plan for a 'Stormont veto' over the Irish border backstop help win support for her Brexit deal?: The Independent
John Rentoul

It is facile, from an Irish perspective, to dismiss Brexiteers as nostalgically minded Little Englanders ... in fact, it is Remainers who seem obsessed with the past: Belfast Telegraph
Arthur Aughey

'Extending the Brexit deadline will only work if UK has a plan': Irish Independent
John Downing

If PM can't reach a workable Brexit deal we must have a general election: Belfast Telegraph
Tony Lloyd

Backstop would work to Britain's advantage: The Times
James Kirkup

'Gove and hague bring some sense to brexit absurdity': Irish Independent
Editorial

DUP, Sinn Féin and all others urged to break North's political deadlock: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Sinn Féin and DUP remain at loggerheads as Stormont stalemate goes into third year: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Northern Ireland has now been without a government for 2 years – enough is enough: The Independent
Ben Kelly

Two years without an Assembly has taken its toll on business: Belfast Telegraph
Aodhan Connolly

Violence must never become 'normal' again: The Times
Pól Ó Dochartaigh

Patience is running out over Northern Ireland political stalemate: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP and Sinn Féin walk out during Social Investment Fund debate: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Nationalist and republican parties now 'anti-Catholic': The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Book reveals number of Catholics in DUP and UUP: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Fianna Fáil's Eamon O'Cuiv – SDLP merger would wreck us in NI: The News Letter
Adam Kula

Majority of UUP members 'loathe DUP and don't want a merger': Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Sinn Féin insists councillor no longer trustee of group in £500k 'bonfire diversion' fund row: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Belfast's £500,000 bonfire scheme 'is Féile funding', Sinn Féin councillor says: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

DUP Patrice Hardy spat escalates with report to Local Government Commissioner for Standards: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Abuse of female MPs commonplace, says DUP's Little-Pengelly after Anna Soubry abuse: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

CAB suspects republican is leader of gang with portfolio of properties: Irish Independent
Tom Brady

Ex-IRA man with storied past now in Criminal Asset Bureau's sights: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Judge ends trial of four men accused of being IRA dissidents: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Donnelly

Bid to exempt military from prosecution clears first hurdle: The News Letter

Saoradh re-pledges support for Bloody Sunday march after 2018 boycott over 'reformist' poster: Derry Journal

Row over naming of Robinson Centre continues after vote: The News Letter
Mark Rainey


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