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Today's Northern Ireland News
Last Updated – October 21, 2018.

Tory MP launches bid to stop Northern Ireland Brexit backstop: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

EU is THREATENING to break up 'precious Union' of UK, warns Raab in customs union row: Daily Express
Laura O'Callaghan

Dominic Raab – Extended transition is alternative to Brexit backstop: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

'Remain' Ulster Unionist MEP says Brexit result must be respected: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Brexit 'Rally for Remain' sees thousands descend on Belfast City Hall: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Victims of IRA accuse Taoiseach of hyping up hard border violence fears: Belfast Telegraph
Stewart Robson

'Mischief-makers' could be lying in wait to cause trouble if hard border returns, former President warns: Irish Mirror
Aine Fox

Campbell to Varadkar – 'Using bomb attack to create tension distasteful and disservice to victims': Belfast Telegraph
David Young

MEP Martina Anderson – 'Theresa May came here with nothing new, nothing credible': TheJournal.ie
Gráinne Ní Aodha

UUP leader issues warning to Irish government over backstop – 'Tread carefully': Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – Bid to stop NI civil servants acting on backstop: BBC

The Irish are great fun until they're not…: Times of Malta
Colm Regan

Brexit parallels with the fall of Rome are all too obvious: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

A troubled border – Brexit and the implications for Ireland: The National (Scotland)
Peter Geoghegan

Here's how post-Brexit Ireland could turn out: The Irish Times
Fintan O'Toole

Varadkar acts as if Brexit, not terrorists, will be to blame for violence: The News Letter
Editorial

DUP now biggest threat to Union, says UUP's Swann: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Two decades after signing of Agreement, politicians on all sides need to be much more careful with their words: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Brexit impasse leaves us stuck with the worst Dáil in history: Sunday Independent
Ivan Yates

DUP's politics and scandals now undermine the Union, Robin Swann tells the Ulster Unionist Party conference: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP rejects claim budget snub could risk Derry cash (Oct 18): Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Bid to legalise Red Hand Commando rejected: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

16 times as many riots in Belfast as Derry: Derry Journal

Legacy Scandal – 'The peace process has destroyed the ability to deliver for victims,' writes Alan McQuillan: The News Letter
Alan McQuillan

David Petraeus intervention over prosecution of Troubles veterans welcome: The News Letter

Sectarian homophobic banner on M1 "has no place in 2018": Belfast Live
Jilly Beattie

Shankill bomb victims honoured 25 years on from Belfast atrocity: Belfast Live
Andrew Madden

Shankill bomb – Paramedics recall horror of finding victims: BBC

Troubles-related mental illness 'may be passed on' to next generation: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

'I flew to Belfast due to PSNI issue' – President (Oct 20): Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

Michael D Higgins – PSNI reject security claim from Irish president: BBC
Vincent Kearney

President Higgins faces calls to 'come clean' on reasons for travelling to Belfast on Government plane: Irish Independent

President Michael D Higgins fires shots over Ireland's commitment to neutrality: The Sunday Times
Justine McCarthy

Parties' endorsement of Michael D Higgins has thrown presidency into disrepute: Irish Mirror
Henry Mountcharles

No-deal Brexit could hit food supplies, says Stena Line: BBC
Ross Hawkins

Labour MPs plot 'ambush' to reform Northern Ireland abortion laws: The Observer
Michael Savage

Why Presbyterian Church should listen to critics rather than circle the wagons: Belfast Telegraph
Alf McCreary

Blasphemy, Stephen Fry and referendum in Ireland: BBC

One kind of blasphemy swapped for another: The Sunday Times
David Quinn

DUP call for study into NI-Scotland bridge: Belfast Telegraph
James Grant

Saturday, October 20

Theresa May ready to consider Brexit delay of 'a matter of months' in order to avoid a hard border in Ireland: Irish Independent
Andrew Woodcock

Brexit extension not an alternative to legally binding backstop, Taoiseach says: Irish Examiner

Brexit transition period extension 'not a threat' to UK, Coveney says: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Michel Barnier – Brexit deal 90% done, but Irish border still unresolved: Irish News

Tánaiste accuses Brexiteers of ignoring NI violence risk: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton and Simon Carswell

Sammy Wilson accuses Leo Varadkar of losing 'self control': The News Letter
Gemma Murray

Government denies claims by DUP it is 'scaremongering' over Brexit border claims: Irish Examiner

'No hard border in Ireland in our lifetimes' ex-taoiseach tells Newry dinner: Irish News
Gary McDonald

Brexit and beyond – EU ready to move on even if Britain cannot: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Hugh Logue – Hard border will 'prompt mass, non violent, demonstrations against it': Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

'What planet is he from?' Sammy Wilson hits out at Empey over criticism of Brexit backstop stance: The News Letter

Waiting for Brexit is like Waiting for Godot – with delay and inaction the order of the day: Irish Examiner
Fiachra O Cionnaith

Brexit – 'It is an unknown and nobody likes uncertainty': The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Ireland's red line – How old loyalties have died hard in the madness of Brexit: Toronto Globe and Mail
Ben Wellings

On Brexit, England sees Ireland as both schemer and doormat: The Irish Times
Eleanor Tiernan

Human rights in Northern Ireland under the spotlight as Brexit approaches: Irish Legal News
Colin Harvey

Our futures hang worryingly on the decisions of people who know so little about us: Belfast Telegraph
Ed Curran

A 'precious union'? The Brexiters don't care about Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Fintan O'Toole

Watchdog 'shares frustration' over DUP's Brexit donation transparency: Irish News

Northern Ireland's remain parties slam PM over meeting 'snub': Belfast Telegraph

Ex police chief – The peace process has 'destroyed' prospects of justice for Troubles victims: The News Letter

Back to the Office: The Times
Editorial

'No Irish No Gay' banner placed over M1 bridge – Police treating as hate incident: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

No justice for Troubles victims killed outside North, say families: The Times
Aaron Rogan

Sister of Edgar Graham challenges Sinn Féin leader over her brother's murder by the IRA: The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Sailortown tribute: Belfast Media
Conor McParland

Shankill bomb – Mother recalls plea for help from Sean Kelly: BBC
Mark Simpson

25 years on from Shankill bomb, it's time for Mary Lou McDonald to admit that every murder is wrong: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Why Were a Filmmaker and a Journalist Arrested in Northern Ireland?: The New Yorker
Patrick Radden Keefe

Royal Mail launches investigation after Irish language letter returned to sender: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

RHI Inquiry: Máirtín Ó Muilleoir will be first – and only – SF witness: The News Letter
Sam McBride

DUP helps Tories defeat attempt to force release of Universal Credit impact papers (Oct 19): Irish News

Northern Ireland-Scotland bridge 'could become a reality' says DUP MP: Belfast Telegraph

Club championship should be on BBC – SF: Derry Journal

Irish dancing always part of Protestant culture says Larne author Angeline King (Oct 18): Irish News
Kelly McAllister

Northern Irish women still facing difficult choice over abortion: The Guardian
Sarah Boseley

Church of Ireland supports repeal of Republic's blasphemy law (Oct 17): The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

There is no place in our Constitution for a blasphemy offence for which no one will be convicted – it's a sham: Irish Independent
Andrea Martin

City to choose name for bridge – A brave life with relevant lessons: Irish Examiner
Editorial

We don't need a second EU vote. But we do need indyref2: The Herald
Kevin McKenna

Friday, October 19

Theresa May agrees to permanent Brexit backstop for Northern Ireland – reports could spell deal-breaker for DUP: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Theresa May's 'moment of truth' summit passes with no deal: Irish News
Andrew Woodcock

Extended transition changes nothing, says DUP as Prime Minister quizzed on 'permanent backstop' option: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Ireland will be hugely damaged if UK crashes out of EU – SF: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Sammy Wilson – Theresa May 'must be mad' to have agreed Brexit delay: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Varadkar shows EU27 dinner guests border bomb horror picture – Brexit deadlock over Ireland backstop: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Leo Varadkar 'intransigent' in breaching Belfast Agreement for his preferred status for NI, says UUP: The News Letter

'No deal is DANGEROUS for Europe!' Ex-Irish minister says EU at a 'political crossroads': Daily Express
Katie Weston

Taoiseach should refuse to compromise on Brexit, voters say: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Any move to extend Brexit transition period would be 'hard sell' for PM, says Diane Dodds: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Scottish Tories accused of risking peace in Northern Ireland: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

Brexit – Jim Nicholson calls on PM and EU to look at other ways of resolving border backstop issue: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

'I don't want to speak to Brexiteers!' Irish MEP fears being attacked by Leave voters: Daily Express
Alessandra Scotto di Santolo

Anti-Brexit rally to take place in Belfast this weekend: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Why I'm travelling from Northern Ireland to march in London: The Times
Doire Finn

Delaying Brexit won't change the loss of trust in Britain in Ireland: London Evening Standard
Denis Staunton

Brexit's 'doom loop' – the 'blood red lines' that drive May's DUP allies: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

Next phase of Brexit negotiations will require much sleight of hand: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Brexit – Macron and Merkel say EU must be more flexible to solve Ireland: The Times
Bruno Waterfield

Ireland is finally on the Brexit agenda – but at a cost: The Times
Henry Newman

I Didn't Hate the English – Until Now: New York Times
Megan Nolan

Extending the Brexit transition period a distraction from the border backstop: Irish News
Editorial

Irish Times view on the EU summit – worrying weeks ahead as shape of Brexit remains unclear: The Irish Times
Editorial

Stormont parties to have 10 months to restore power-sharing without election: Irish News
Claire Simpson

Bill is no substitute for devolved government, DUP warns: Belfast Telegraph

Colin Horner murder – Fifth man ordered to stand trial: The News Letter

Northern Ireland councillors under investigation over 'English-only' policy social media posts: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

US hero says witch-hunt against Northern Ireland vets damages 'special relationship': The Sun
Harry Cole

Threat of Troubles probes 'scaring veterans to death': The News Letter

John Larmour's son says 'truth will out' over RUC man's murder: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Wesley College dedicates library in honour of Northern Ireland peace campaigner: Impartial Reporter

Man Booker winner Burns says N Ireland's Troubles were 'impossible to avoid': Irish Examiner

Milkman may be fiction, but its depiction of how paramilitaries use control to prey on vulnerable young women is strikingly accurate... I know because I've lived through it: Belfast Telegraph
Mairia Cahill

'Would you call Nelson Mandela a terrorist?' – Sinn Féin's Ni Riada condemns Enniskillen bombing: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

Liadh Ní Riada election poster vandalised following poppy comments: Irish Examiner
Stephen Maguire

RHI inquiry – Sinn Féin's Máirtín Ó Muilleoir and DUP's Simon Hamilton to attend inquiry: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Theresa May urged to back same-sex marriage in NI as campaigners recognised at awards: Irish News

Ashers case was not a victory for those opposed to gay marriage ... it was a victory for free expression: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

Two-thirds of people in Northern Ireland want abortion law decision made locally: Irish Mirror
David Young

Canvassers get cold reception over vote on 'silly' blasphemy rule: The Irish Times
Jack Power

Thursday, October 18

Brexit summit ruled out over lack of backstop progress: RTE
Tony Connelly

Brexit summit latest – Agreeing backstop deal a matter of trust, says Varadkar: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – Sinn Féin tells Theresa May to end 'toxic marriage' with DUP: The News Letter

Theresa May vows to protect Union – 'We will not accept any proposals which would break up the UK': The News Letter

Brexit – Theresa May 'may not have to depend on DUP votes': The News Letter

May asks EU leaders for help with Northern Ireland backstop impasse: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit – Sir Jeffrey Donaldson says Union 'more important than anything else': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Taoiseach rejects Martin's call for 'no-election guarantee' over Brexit threat: Irish Independent
John Downing

Simon Coveney accuses BBC's John Humphreys of speaking for Boris Johnson: Belfast Telegraph
Michael Sheils McNamee

'EU army will have to march in!' Tory MP fiercely defends NO hard border in Ireland: Daily Express
Sorcha Bradley

MP condemns 'shroud-waving' EU for raising prospect of hard Irish border: Belfast Telegraph

83% would vote to stay in poll on EU membership: The Times
Katie O'Neill

Brexit – Boris Johnson's father slammed for 'insensitive' comments on Irish border: Belfast Telegraph
Victoria Leonard

What if Brexit brings the violence back?: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

Arlene Foster is maligned for not trusting EU assurances post-Brexit ... so why are her pro-Remain critics never called out for not believing Brussels either?: Belfast Telegraph
Eilis O'Hanlon

A view from the border – Ireland on the brink of Brexit: New Statesman
Matthew Engel

Brexiteers' plan Bs are fantasies that do not solve the Irish border question: The Times
Simon Nixon

Big risks if DUP removes influence at Westminster over Brexit border backstop: Belfast Telegraph
Jon Tonge

DUP team-up is ANOTHER new low for Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson: The National (Scotland)
Tasmina Ahmed-Sheikh

The Tory leader Ruth Davidson is once again a voice of sanity: The News Letter
Editorial

While Sinn Féin dress up for Brexit demonstrations, we'll work to keep trade moving, says DUP MP: Belfast Telegraph
James Gant

Minister accused of taking 'pot shot' at Sinn Féin despite support for Brexit approach: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Shared future the only way forward if Northern Ireland wants to avoid return to carnage of past: Belfast Telegraph
Duncan Morrow

Commons Confidential – The DUP plot against Arlene: New Statesman
Kevin Maguire

History should show the DUP that threats won't work: The Times
Alex Kane

Labour's John McDonnell says he 'longs for a united Ireland': The Independent
Tom Peck

John McDonnell sparks outrage by saying he 'longs for a united Ireland': The Sun
Matt Dathan

Police slam 'twisted ideologies' after arresting man in Lurgan on dissident republicanism charges: Belfast Telegraph

Dissident republicans – Armed groups in Co Derry warn of 'serious consequences' for 'criminal elements': Derry Now
Eamon Sweeney

We have the power to stop these attacks: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Derry republican may seek damages if he wins new legal battle: Derry Journal

Victims' fund was 'made to include perpetrators by OFMDFM', Daphne Trimble claims: Irish News
Claire Simpson

John Larmour – Police Ombudsman rejects RUC collusion claims: BBC
Vincent Kearney

Compensation over criminal probes, victims group urge government: Irish World
Colin Gannon

IRA east Tyrone commander claims no deal was done with UVF: Irish News
Connla Young

Legacy Scandal – 'We excluded perpetrators from victim fund until told to include them,' says Daphne Trimble: The News Letter
Daphne Trimble

New potential witness to Ballymurphy massacre emerges: Irish News
Michael McHugh

Ballymurphy shootings – New potential witness emerges: The News Letter

Martin McGuinness inspired my poppy vow says Sinn Féin's Liadh Ní Riada: Irish News
Aoife Moore

Liadh Ní Riada says bullying 'was a problem' in Sinn Féin and was partly about age: TheJournal.ie
Rónán Duffy

Are republicans allowed to be interested in Meghan Markle's pregnancy?: The Guardian
Hadley Freeman

Wednesday, October 17

Possible one-year extension to Brexit transition: RTE
Tony Connelly

President Macron offers glimmer of hope over the Irish border: The Times
Bruno Waterfield and Adam Sage

Tusk compares backstop to the Gordian Knot unravelled by Alexander the Great: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

EU demands new backstop proposals as deal hopes fade: The News Letter

Brexit – Irish foreign minister Coveney rejects 'dangerous' proposal on deferring Irish backstop plan: Belfast Telegraph

EU leaders offer last-ditch lifeline to May on border: Irish Independent
Cormac McQuinn

Trust your unionist instincts, Arlene Foster tells Prime Minister ahead of Brexit summit: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Brexit – UUP asks 'does Arlene Foster speak for the DUP?': The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Brexit a 'colossal misjudgment' that could break-up UK, Major warns: The Irish Times

Scottish Tories oppose 'special' NI plan: The News Letter

Ireland criticises UK over 'backsliding' on border backstop terms: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Brexit – Stanley Johnson says 'Irish will shoot each other' whatever status of border: The News Letter

Brendan Howlin states the three demands Ireland should have in relation to Brexit: Irish Examiner

Jamie Bryson – Imposed Brexit backstop would see unionist reaction that would 'dwarf Drumcree': Irish News

Piers Morgan asks SIMPLE Irish border question Remainers are UNABLE to answer: Daily Express
Sorcha Bradley

Brexit hard border would be a political failure – Former Army chief Lord Dannatt: The News Letter

Ireland planning physical infrastructure for Brexit at ports and airports: BreakingNews.ie

Family of man killed in 1972 IRA attack on customs post warn about Brexit: The Irish Times
Simon Carswell

'Varadkar now reveals true goal for NI': The News Letter

Inconsistencies in 'integrity of the UK': Irish News
John Manley

Q: So, when is a Brexit customs union not a customs union? A: When it is a customs arrangement ...: Belfast Telegraph
Andrew Grice

Imminent Brexit compromise will have majority's interests at heart: Belfast Telegraph
John Downing

Unionists have nothing to fear from backstop deal with Brussels: The Irish Times
Noel Dorr

Sir Malcolm McKibbin hopeful public services can improve after Stormont struggle: Belfast Telegraph

The long road to a United Ireland from the Good Friday Agreement: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Ed Neafsey

Targeting of young Catholic police officers' families a problem in Derry: Derry Journal

New campaign highlights devastating impact of paramilitary-style attacks: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

Paramilitary attacks advert so brutal it can only be shown after 9pm: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Coroner to decide if inquest into loyalist Mark Gourley can be held: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Anger after 'appalling' attack on Belfast memorial to civilian killed in Troubles crossfire: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

IRA victims not entitled to compensation, insists senior Libyan diplomat: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Woman whose father died in IRA Harrods bombing accuses Libya of ignoring victims: Belfast Telegraph

Sinn Féin strategist Sean Murray could face Florida gun-running charges: The News Letter
Mark Rainey

Taoiseach accuses Sinn Féin of 'murkiness' in fundraising: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Sinn Féin renounces Ní Riada's poppy vow: The Times
Ellen Coyne

Sinn Féin criticise DUP silence over Ian Paisley retweet furore: Irish Examiner

Liadh Ní Riada as close as you could get to the image SF wants to project right now: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Mairia Cahill 'failed by Sinn Féin' and deserves a full apology, says Irish presidential hopeful Liadh Ni Riada: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Pro-Palestine protesters confront UK's Israeli ambassador in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit, Scotland and the threat to constitutional unity: Financial Times
Tony Barber

Brexit reveals how far some English voters have diverged from Anglo-British unionism: New Statesman
John Denham

Tuesday, October 16

'I could never accept that' – Theresa May says Irish backstop cannot derail Brexit talks: Irish Independent
Elizabeth Piper, Kylie MacLellan and William James

Appetite for dysfunction – Varadkar and Foster meet for dinner: The Irish Times
Harry McGee

Brexit – EU insistence on Northern Ireland backstop unacceptable, May tells MPs: The Guardian
Dan Sabbagh

Ireland LOSES PATIENCE with May as Dublin warns BRITAIN will suffer most in no-deal Brexit: Daily Express
Harvey Gavin

DUP's Foster calls for calm but won't rule out bringing down Theresa May: Irish Independent
Kevin Doyle

'It's a TRAP!' Nigel Farage issues Brexit WARNING over EU plot to keep UK in customs union: Daily Express
Harvey Gavin

Brexit – Nigel Dodds presses Theresa May on 'no Irish Sea border' pledge: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Brexit 'is battle for the union itself' says DUP's Nigel Dodds: Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

'Don't blink' – Sinn Féin urges the Government to hold its nerve: Irish Independent
Michael McHugh

Sinn Féin wants Northern Ireland vote in event of no-deal Brexit: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

Sammy Wilson – DUP won't trigger an election in case Jeremy Corbyn gets in: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

EU negotiators ignoring Belfast Agreement, says UUP leader Swann: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit talks – What is the 'backstop to the backstop'?: BBC
John Campbell

No surrender? DUP holds hard line as business fears build: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

On the Irish border, Brexit brews fears united communities will see new troubles: Toronto Globe and Mail
Paul Waldie and Paulo Nunes dos Santos

Invisible Irish Frontier Carries the Scars of a Fractured Past: New York Times
Andrew Testa and Megan Specia

Why 'no surrender' on Brexit is a bad strategy for the DUP: The Guardian
Bobby McDonagh

This is a potentially catastrophic moment for the Union: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Brexit – Legal argument over scope of article 50 central to difficulties: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

A special arrangement with Europe can only benefit NI and safeguard our ability to trade: Belfast Telegraph
Stephen Farry

The EU needs to start being realistic about the Irish border: Daily Telegraph
Editorial

Decisions made in the days ahead will shape all our futures: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Another Brexit deadlock – Talks at point where a toxic legacy looms: Irish Examiner
Editorial

People Before Profit accuses Sinn Féin of 'distorting' its Brexit position: Irish News
Claire Simpson

How would a hard Brexit affect the Republic of Ireland?: BBC
Shane Harrison

Deadline draws near for PSNI recruitment drive: Belfast Telegraph

Officials stay tight-lipped over broken promise to clear kerbs: Belfast Media
Michael Jackson

Troubles legacy proposals continue to divide opinion: Impartial Reporter

Bomb and Bullet Legacy talk an "unforgettable" event: The Cross Examiner

Shankill bomb commemorations will see pupils from victims' schools lay flowers at massacre site: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice

Pearse Jordan inquest verdict upheld by Court of Appeal: Belfast Live
Alan Erwin

Derry man who court hears was struck by plastic bullet during rioting in the Bogside area is refused bail on charges of throwing petrol bombs at police: Derry Now

How do Northern Ireland's troubles of today compare with 1968? (Oct 12): Impartial Reporter
Mark Conway

DUP should finally speak out over Ian Paisley: Irish News
Editorial

Sinn Féin Irish presidential candidate Liadh Ni Riada 'open to wearing poppy': Belfast Telegraph
Denise Calnan and Laura Larkin

Nelson McCausland to pay compensation to ex-Sinn Féin MLA over 'bigot' comment: The News Letter

Debate hears SF candidate Liadh Ní Riada would wear a poppy: The Irish Times
Conor Gallagher

Sinn Féin Whatsapp group shut down after members mock Michael D Higgins calling him a 'leprechaun who needs a booster seat': Irish Mirror
Aakanksha Surve

Concerns raised about governance at Ireland Funds (Oct 15): The Times
Aaron Rogan

Brexit BREAKTHROUGH: Gibraltar border row with Spain SOLVED – now onto Ireland: Daily Express
Harvey Gavin

Monday, October 15

Talks between Raab and Barnier fail to lead to Brexit breakthrough: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Potential Brexit deal collapses amid hard border row: Irish News
Claire Simpson

DUP leader, Arlene Foster, travels south for meetings: RTE
Tommie Gorman

Brexit deal 'rests on Irish border issue', says former minster: BBC

No chance of time limit on Brexit border backstop, Coveney insists: The Times
Jennifer Bray

'Operation Caution' – Government ministers warned to avoid British counterparts ahead of crucial Brexit negotiations (Oct 14): Sunday Independent
Philip Ryan

EU has interpreted the Brexit Irish backstop to suit ITSELF, says Mark Harper: Daily Express
Mark Harper

DUP will drive economy 'over a cliff' for narrow agenda, says Sinn Féin's: Belfast Telegraph

Norman Lamont says EU is USING Ireland to keep UK in bloc due to this ONE point: Daily Express
Ciaran McGrath

DUP leader said Barnier was 'difficult and hostile': Irish Independent
Michael Sheils McNamee and Mícheál Ó Scannáil

Brexit – Ruth Davidson hints she will resign if deal gives Northern Ireland special trading terms with EU: The Independent
Rob Merrick

Davidson and Mundell threaten to quit if Brexit deal undermines 'integrity' of the UK: Daily Telegraph
Auslan Cramb

Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson's threat to quit welcome – UUP: The News Letter

A hard Brexit means a hard border – whatever Owen Paterson says: The Guardian
Katy Hayward

Flag-waving jingoism can't disguise DUP's reckless Brexit agenda: Irish News
Michelle O'Neill

We are not bluffing – we would never gamble with the Union: Daily Telegraph
Nigel Dodds

My Irish border – would you put dogs and wire between you and your neighbours?: The Guardian
Séamus O'Reilly

May must publish Irish border backstop plan: The Guardian
Keir Starmer

The closer Brexit comes, the more you wonder why: The Irish Times
Chris Johns

As Brexit tears Irish/UK relations apart, are upsides to Commonwealth growing? (Oct 14): Sunday Independent
Dan O'Brien

The Guardian view on Brexit delusions – diminishing Britain's standing: The Guardian
Editorial

A no deal Brexit would be disastrous for Northern Ireland: Irish News
Editorial

SDLP praises John Hume and David Trimble on 20th anniversary of Nobel Peace Prize award: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

John Hume rightly refused to march on October 5th (Oct 14): Sunday Independent
Eoghan Harris

Shankill bomb anniversary events revealed: The News Letter
Aoife Moore

Loyalist James Craig linked to murder of comedian Patrick Kielty's father: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Former north Belfast UDA leader dies from cancer: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Ian Paisley's Twitter account deactivated for second time this year: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

Businesses 'could take advantage of Irish border post-Brexit' (Oct 9): Irish News
Seamus McKinney

Fire response times could be at risk after Brexit: Impartial Reporter

No-deal Brexit could 'decimate' NI's lamb industry, says DUP MP: The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Northern Ireland students aim to stay in Dublin post-Brexit: BBC
Mark Simpson

'Flaw' for Martin to put Government's life in hands of British vote: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

DUP councillor offers letter of apology following affair with MP: Irish News
Paul Ainsworth

If Nicola Sturgeon wants a new referendum, now is the time to set the timetable: The Guardian
Kevin McKenna


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