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Today's Northern Ireland News
Last Updated – September 19, 2018.

Michel Barnier rebuffs UK calls for flexibility on Irish border: The Guardian
Jennifer Rankin and Pippa Crerar

EU is ready to make new offer on the Irish border, says Barnier: Irish Examiner

Concern as EU leaders expected to extend time for Brexit talks: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

EU support for Ireland's Brexit position 'absolutely guaranteed', says Varadkar: The Irish Times
Marie O'Halloran

Hundreds of customs officials to be hired weeks before Brexit: The Times
Jennifer Bray

Brexit – Low skill NI immigration regime rejected: BBC
Mark Devenport

Good, bad or ugly – Five ways Brexit could affect Republic-Northern Ireland Border: Irish Independent

Deal or no deal? The countdown to Brexit starts here: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Irexit would only lead to a return of British dominance: The Times
Jason Walsh

'Price of support on Brexit will be our tax regime': Irish Independent
Laura Larkin and Philip Ryan

A demolition of the Irish border backstop by Boris Johnson: The News Letter
Editorial

Irish unity is also an economic issue: The Times
Tom McEnaney

Northern Ireland's top civil servant calls for Stormont return: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

The McGuinness Principles reaffirmed in New York: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

DUP's Ian Paisley will find out this week if he faces battle for seat: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Michael Gove apologised for attending Paisley dinner, claims councillor (Sep 14): Belfast Telegraph

Orange Hall petrol bomb attack a 'hate crime': Irish News
Claire Simpson

Forensic tests on fake rifle 'pointed at Orange parade': The News Letter

DUP councillor apologises over 'IRA mouthpiece' tweet: BBC

Alliance leader Long 'accidentally' liked Tweet mocking Jamie Bryson: Belfast Telegraph

Brother of Kingsmill victim welcomes new Irish law to help inquest: The News Letter
Rebecca Black

DUP calls on Sinn Féin leadership to clarify stance on prosecutions linked to Disappeared: Belfast Telegraph

Fresh hope in Disappeared search for Columba McVeigh: Irish News
Editorial

No legacy contact from Dublin to widow of Garda murdered by IRA: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Legacy Scandal – 'Useful idiots have let the IRA put the UK state on the defensive over the past,' says James Dingley (Sep 14): The News Letter
James Dingley

McDonald says Sinn Féin did not cover up alleged abuse: RTE
Martina Fitzgerald

McDonald trying to 'unpick' the Ombudsman's report on rape investigation – Cahill: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

Good Relations Week celebrates the peace builders: Belfast Live

Last night audience in Belfast too polite to complain about lack of Rule Britannia and BBC takes this as acquiescence (Sep 15): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Jolene Bunting – Belfast councillor suspended: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Belfast councillor Jolene Bunting vows court fight over 'absolute joke' suspension: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

McCartney slams 'historic neglect' but BBC says it's 'committed' to GAA coverage (Sep 16): Derry Journal

New course looks at Civil Rights movement and early Troubles (Sep 4): The Irish Times
Gerry Moriarty

Irish culture body's film aims to change perceptions of loyalist bands: Belfast Telegraph
Leona O'Neill

Shot By My Neighbour review – a bold investigation into bloody punishment in Northern Ireland: The Guardian
Lucy Mangan

Fresh danger lurks in legacy of paramilitary-style justice (Sep 16): Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Garda should refocus on community policing, reform report says: The Irish Times
Conor Lally

Referendum on removing offence of blasphemy from Irish constitution set to be held on October 26: Irish Mirror
Brynmor Pattison

Celtic fans charged over hanging Rangers effigies off the hook as case collapses: Scottish Daily Record
Ashlie McAnally

Paisley pub punished after complaints over pro-IRA songs: The Gazette

Tuesday, September 18

EU officials 'have been redrafting Irish backstop': RTE
Tony Connelly

Brexit Breakthrough – Brussels on the brink of a climb down over Irish border row: Daily Express
Macer Hall

Tánaiste to discuss border backstop talks with Barnier: RTE

Post-Brexit trade checks must not be on Border – EPP chief: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

Brussels nearing impasse with May over Irish border proposal: The Guardian
Daniel Boffey

Britain will not accept Brexit deal with Irish Sea border, Raab says: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton and Pat Leahy

Sinn Féin leader Mary Lou McDonald says Brexit has made a united Ireland a 'more imminent reality' as Tories show 'utter indifference': Irish Mirror
Trevor Quinn

Dominic Raab – Northern Ireland problem needs flexible approach: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

The DUP's only MEP, Diane Dodds, has attacked Michel Barnier's Irish border solution as it would 'cut adrift' Northern Ireland: The Sun
Nick Gutteridge

Head of North's civil service warns of no-deal Brexit consequences: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Boris Johnson 'utterly vacuous' in his politics – SDLP's Hanna: Belfast Telegraph
Micheal Sheils McNamee

Must Brexit backstop be compromised to move forward?: The Irish Times
Pat Leahy

The risk of a sudden Irish Sea border is rising as Brexit 'no deal' nears (Sep 15): The News Letter
Ben Lowry

Why Ireland is biggest stumbling block in reaching a Brexit deal: The Guardian
Jennifer Rankin

Hard, soft, in-between ... no-one knows what the border will look like: The News Letter
Alex Kane

Are prospects for Brexit backstop deal as promising as London suggests?: The Irish Times
Patrick Smyth

Until Northern Ireland's silenced centre can talk about what sort of future they want, a border poll will remain ultimate polarising catastrophe: Belfast Telegraph
John Wilson Foster

Backstop must remain in place as Brexit talks intensify: Irish News
Editorial

Beefed-up powers for NI civil servants 'must not undermine impartiality': Irish Examiner

New NI parliamentary constituency plans redraw the map: BBC
Nicholas Whyte

Police pledge 'increased visibility' after Narrow Water memorial attack: The News Letter

Cliftonville vows to ban supporters if found guilty of Narrow Water memorial desecration: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Permanent Narrow Water memorial being considered: The News Letter

Loyalist flute band 'played famine song outside Catholic church' in Lisburn: Irish News
Brendan Hughes

Columba McVeigh – Remote Bragan Bog across border from Monaghan turned into hive of activity as search continues for 'Disappeared' IRA victim: Irish Mirror
Rebecca Black

Columba McVeigh – fresh search for remains of IRA victim: The Guardian
Rory Carroll

Garda's son has no faith in Dublin's pledges on legacy: The News Letter
Philip Bradfield

Legacy Scandal – 'As innocent victims know, proposals for the past are irredeemably flawed,' says Jim Allister: The News Letter
Jim Allister

SDLP's Catney condemns Britain First protest outside constituency Lisburn office: Belfast Telegraph

Irish language 'ghettoised' as Glider service reverts to English signs only in east Belfast: Irish News

DUP sweating over Stephen Nolan's secret RHI tapes: The Sunday Life
Jane Fletcher and Leona O'Neill

Sinn Féin colluded over RHI while pretending that its hands were clean: Belfast Telegraph
Ruth Dudley Edwards

A scandal too many for the DUP (Sep 17): Irish News
Editorial

Sinn Féin Irish presidency candidate 'completely unsuitable': The News Letter

No Hiding Place: The Times
Editorial

Prevailing anger while Pope was in Ireland 'unlike any papal visit': The Times
Kaya Burgess

Independence 'eight times more damaging than Brexit', unionists say: The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

'Indifferent' Brexiteers will pick apart the Union, Nick Clegg predicts: The Scotsman
Paris Gourtsoyannis

Belfast human rights lawyer to attend terrorism victims event: Belfast Telegraph
Alan Erwin

'Women's participation in peace talks crucial': Cyprus Mail

Monday, September 17

Barnier eyes Irish border plan to unlock Brexit talks: Financial Times
Arthur Beesley and George Parker

Coveney tells May to deliver on Border commitments as she clings to Chequers deal: Irish Independent
Laura Larkin

Boost for May as EU backs Irish border plan: The Times
Bruno Waterfield

Europe bid 'to annex the North with Irish backstop' – Johnson: Irish Independent
Gordon Rayner

Irish government says rules allowing UK motorists to travel into Republic would remain unchanged after no-deal Brexit: Irish News
Suzanne McGonagle

Historical nonsense underpins UK's Brexit floundering: The Irish Times
Christopher Kissane

New Backstop, No Drama: The Times
Editorial

A compromise solution to the Irish border conundrum is in sight: Financial Times
Editorial

Does Northern Ireland even have a real political future?: Belfast Telegraph
Liam Kennedy

Talk of a united Ireland is rife. But is it a fantasy? (Sep 16): The Observer
Rory Carroll

Court ruling prompts call for fresh DUP 'dark money' probe: Irish News
John Manley

Councillor 'saw Narrow Water memorial vandals kick wreaths around like a football': Belfast Telegraph

Police investigating Narrow Water memorial vandalism seize bus: Belfast Live
Maurice Fitzmaurice and David Young

Disgraceful attack on Narrow Water memorial: Irish News
Editorial

Honouring the dead – Remember to recall, prevent: Irish Examiner
Editorial

'Offensive and sectarian' Glengormley grafitti condemned: Irish News

Police officer's notebook lost in latest PSNI data breach: Irish News
Allison Morris

Bomb alert at Sinn Féin MLA's office – second alert ongoing in Belfast: Belfast Telegraph
Jonathan Bell

Sinn Féin urged to change route of October 5 march: Irish News
Seamus McKinney

New search for 'disappeared' IRA victim Columba McVeigh: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

Legacy Scandal – 'The whole plan to deal with the past should be scrapped, not just the definition of a victim,' says UUP leader: The News Letter

'It was awkward not to' – why the Queen shook hand of ex-IRA chief Martin McGuinness: The Times
Valentine Low

Mairia Cahill wants Mary Lou to apologise for SF's 'flogging' (Sep 16): Sunday Independent
Maeve Sheehan

The Irish Times view on Máiría Cahill – Taking responsibility: The Irish Times
Editorial

Sisters 'regret' going to police with sex abuse complaint: Irish News
Allison Morris

Bi-lingual Glider signs to change to English-only mid-way through route: Belfast Telegraph
Christopher Woodhouse

A "peaceaholic" and haunted soul, Padraig O'Malley is the subject of "Peacemaker" (Aug 26): Salon.com
Tom Roston

DUP MP takes up fight on behalf of Province's boxers (Sep 14): The News Letter

Limerick ex-mayor opposes Great War memorial plan in city: Irish Examiner
Jimmy Woulfe

Ní Riada not fit for Áras, says son of IRA victim: Irish Independent
Gillian Halliday and Laura Larkin

President Michael D Higgins heading for landslide re-election, poll shows: Irish Examiner

Orphaned daughter of composer has had a remarkable rise in Sinn Féin: Irish Independent

Why take the presidential race seriously if FG and FF don't? (Sep 16): Sunday Independent
Eilis O'Hanlon

Supermarket prices to soar if the UK leaves the EU with no deal: Irish Independent
Anne-Marie Walsh

Sunday, September 16

Brexit – Irish government willing to soften backstop language to avoid hard border: Belfast Telegraph
Shona Murray

Brexit – EU squashes hopes of Ireland breakthrough in Salzburg: The Sunday Times
Andrew Byrne

Brexit – Peace threat claims reckless, says Ulster Unionist Empey: Belfast Telegraph
Adrian Rutherford

The Government must accept the Irish border is no barrier to a proper Brexit (Sep 13): Daily Telegraph
Owen Paterson

The kind of unity Ireland needs isn't about territory – it is about people: The Observer
Fintan O'Toole

'Civil rights should matter to both sides of our community': The News Letter
Joanne Savage

Desecration of wreaths at site of IRA murder of 18 soldiers being treated as hate crime: Sunday Independent
David Young

Cliftonville FC condemns attack on soldier's memorial: Belfast Live
Ciara Colhoun

Internal probe finds no evidence of PSNI breach after 'leak of data' to loyalists: Belfast Telegraph

Five face trial over loyalist feud killing of Colin Horner: Belfast Telegraph
Ashleigh McDonald

Ex-Army chief under attack over 'massacre': Daily Express
James Murray

SF's paper says IRA 'stood their ground' in Ballymurphy Massacre: The News Letter

Ex-bomber tells film how Pope's visit in 1979 was a watershed for many prisoners: Belfast Telegraph
Donna Deeney

Westminster must find money to fund legacy inquests and end decades-long anguish of Troubles victims' relatives: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

DUP loyalty plea claim 'is nonsense on stilts': Belfast Telegraph
Gareth Cross

RHI inquiry 'doesn't reflect well on DUP' – Paul Frew: BBC

'No malice' in deleting term from RHI paper, says ex-DUP Spad Crawford: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Special advisers feel the heat of the inquiry – but nothing will change: The Sunday Times
Newton Emerson

Bangor Castle to host RUC Troubles' drama: The News Letter
Graeme Cousins

Liadh Ni Riada will contest presidential election as Sinn Féin candidate: Sunday Independent
Laura Larkin

Profile – Liadh Ní Riada's rapid ascent: The Irish Times
Fiach Kelly

Brexit millions not spent on intended purpose (Sep 14): Belfast Telegraph

Brexit – vote to make abortion legal in Northern Ireland will give Theresa May a DUP headache: The Sunday Times
Caroline Wheeler

Cahill – social services knew of my abuse but didn't act: Belfast Telegraph
Allan Preston

Hands off our taxes! Irish MEP lashes out at Juncker – 'This MUST be blocked': Daily Express
Carly Read

The Irexit bandwagon has started: Mayo News
Liamy MacNally

No puppy farming ban in Northern Ireland due to Stormont stalemate (Sep 6): Impartial Reporter
Jessica Campbell

Time for a new Irish Catholic Church to emerge after the Pope's visit: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com
Tim Pat Coogan

Trump's diplomatic chaos – Visiting Ireland? A new ambassador?: The Irish Times
Suzanne Lynch

Confusion over Trump's visit to the Republic is no shock (Sep 12): Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Saturday, September 15

United Ireland would see living standards in Republic fall by 15%: The Irish Times
Eoin Burke-Kennedy

Government puts Brexit deal ahead of Border: Irish Independent
Shona Murray

Claims Brexit may re-ignite conflict dubbed 'reckless and outrageous': The News Letter

Voice of people of the North needs to be heard in European Parliament post Brexit says Derry MEP: Derry Now

Brexit – Martina Anderson accused of 'whinging' over driving permits issue: The News Letter
Duncan Elder

EU urged to agree single time zone that could divide Ireland: The Times
Ellen Coyne

We are never going back to dark and divisive days of decades past: Irish Independent
Simon Coveney

Shambolic politicians and Brexit make progress difficult: The News Letter
Sandra Chapman

MPs call for ban on Irish fishing vessels after Brexit: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Government has 'sticking plaster approach' to NI, says Andrew Murrison: BBC
Stephen Walker

Pro-EU unionist party set to run against Ian Paisley in North Antrim: Belfast Telegraph

Defence secretary Gavin Williamson visited army base during 'private' political visit (Sep 12): Irish News
Allison Morris

Council's decision to sponsor Ian Paisley dinner using ratepayers' money branded 'disgraceful': Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

TUV – Contrasting policing of bonfires and NW attacks: The News Letter

Jail over 'Carrick UDA feud' attack that left victim vomiting blood: The News Letter

'Timeframe for Tony Taylor parole hearing must be met' says MLA after meeting with the Derry man in prison: Derry Now

1968 RUC letter to minister warned of impending violence: BBC
Eve Rosato

Civil Rights – 50 Years on – Elisha McCallion, M.P.: Derry Journal
Elisha McCallion

Ballymurphy Massacre just the tip of the iceberg: Irish Echo
Gerry Adams

'Sinn Féin should use original Civil Rights route': Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Bombed offices in Birmingham city centre to become £21m hotel: Birmingham Mail
Carl Jackson

Film reveals John Paul II effect on Northern Ireland peace process: ITV

Mairia Cahill claims Social Services knew of abuse allegations and did not act: Belfast Telegraph

Claim DUP leader Foster 'asked for loyalty' of MLAs during one-to-one meetings: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Edwards

Foster's Spad believed DUP 'destroyed' him: The News Letter
Sam McBride

Stalford brands DUP insiders 'traitors' over claims Foster demanded loyalty: Belfast Telegraph

Brexit could impact on flagship cross-border cancer hospital, health forum told: Irish News
David Young

'Something has to give' – James Nesbitt dubs lack of government in Northern Ireland a 'scandal': Belfast Telegraph

£80m spent, but A5 still going nowhere: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Gardai must fully 'embrace human rights standards and values', report reveals: Irish Mirror
Emma McMenamy Trevor Quinn

'I'm Irish, and the GAA culture really sums it all up' (Sep 14): Irish Independent
Conor McCrave

Friday, September 14

Plan for tax inspectors on Irish border dismissed: Belfast Telegraph
Dan O'Donoghue

Brexit will harm peace process and cause more division, academics warn: Irish Examiner

No-deal Brexit may lead to driving permits for border: BBC
John Campbell

Derry MEP says no border crossings without new driving permit plan shows disastrous impact of Brexit: Derry Now

Clock changes may result in border time difference: RTE
Peter Farrell

Human rights and equality protections in Northern Ireland 'will be weakened by Brexit': Irish News
Bimpe Archer

Pan-nationalist gang of four is off to see Michel Barnier in their bid to use Brexit as staging post to united Ireland: The News Letter
Tom Smith

The European Research Group utterly opposes a regulatory border down the Irish Sea: The News Letter
Owen Paterson

Ireland has come too far to be dragged back in time by Brexit: The Guardian
Paul McGrade

How the DUP and the ERG shut down one of the few remaining solutions to the Irish border issue: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Key initiative from the ERG to overcome backstop stalemate: The News Letter
Editorial

The Irish Times view on the state of the EU – a crisis foretold: The Irish Times
Editorial

Northern Ireland citizens' assembly ready to give public a voice: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Transparency and accountability is needed to restore trust in government in Northern Ireland: The News Letter
David McBurney

People are 'frustrated' at absence of Stormont: Irish Catholic
Colm Fitzpatrick

Northern Ireland: Anyone running the country?: Deutsche Welle
Peter Geoghegan

For some in the North, the Troubles have never ended: The Times
Sinead O'Shea

Harris must open up on journalists' arrests: The Times
David Davin-Power

'Paltry and insulting' pay rise 'delayed' by Stormont impasse: Belfast Telegraph

PSNI appeal after 'barbaric' shooting in Derry: Derry Journal
Brendan McDaid

Children in house at time of Derry paramilitary shooting – victim's injuries 'life-changing': Belfast Telegraph

Paramilitary links 'still being' used to intimidate domestic violence victims: Irish Independent
Shane Phelan

Sectarian graffiti attack on Magherafelt house 'due to be allocated to Catholic': Irish News
Connla Young

Legacy Scandal – Six months after IRA murdered dad, mum died of a broken heart: The News Letter
Kathryn Johnston

Local schools invited to mark 50th anniversary of Civil Rights campaign that began on the streets of Derry: Derry Now

Mairia Cahill apology by PSNI Chief Constable George Hamilton: Belfast Live
Sarah Scott

'It was cowardly and woeful' – abuse survivor Cahill rejects SF leader McDonald's apology: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan and Shane Phelan

Eastwood makes appeal to Sinn Féin – 'Tell us if child abusers and rapists are living in our communities': Belfast Telegraph

Mairia Cahill vindicated by Police Ombudsman report: Irish News
Editorial

Mairia Cahill let down by ineptitude of police: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Parties colluded to stop Spads bill, claims Allister: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

If RHI inquiry has told us anything it's that Civil Service doesn't put enough store in experience: Belfast Telegraph
Nelson McCausland

Second council accused over Ian Paisley dinner: BBC
Enda McClafferty

Northern Ireland marriage equality court fight couples speak out on why they are doing it: Belfast Live
Shauna Corr

If Trump ever does visit Ireland, his toxic beliefs need to be called out: TheJournal.ie
Brendan Ogle

A Church of Ireland perspective on the pope's visit (Sep 11): The Irish Times
Ian Ellis

Thursday, September 13

Tory Brexiteers claim technology can keep Irish Border open in new plan: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Brexit – Irish condemn plans for border as 'dreamland stuff': The Times
Oliver Wright and John Walsh

Brexiteer plans on Irish border 'welcome' says DUP: The News Letter
Stephen Gamble

Brexiteers' 'common sense' border plan gets short shrift from nationalists: Irish News
John Manley

NI police federation boss rubbishes Brexiteer plan for Irish border: The News Letter
Dan O'Donoghue

Brexit Irish border – ERG report has more sober approach but problems remain: BBC
John Campbell

Brexit paper a lost opportunity for Brexiteers to outmanoeuvre May: The Irish Times
Denis Staunton

Eurosceptic group paper on Irish border offers no breakthrough ideas: The Guardian
Lisa O'Carroll

The ERG and DUP just created a new Brexit nightmare for Theresa May: New Statesman
Patrick Maguire

Brexit plan aims to increase pressure on Theresa May: Irish News
Editorial

EU will show 'loyalty and solidarity' with Ireland over border issue, says Juncker: Irish Examiner

Labour – 'No hard border' commitment must be honoured: BBC
Mark Devenport

DUP and SF clash as MEPs back call for Northern Ireland to retain EU funds post-Brexit: Belfast Telegraph

Derry based pressure group goes on the campaign trail to gather support for its anti-border campaign: Derry Now

Ireland is a European nation now; despite our shared history we cannot expect help over the border: Daily Telegraph
Philip Johnston

I voted Remain, but visiting Northern Ireland taught me my Brexit decision wasn't as well-informed as I thought: iNews.co.uk
Femi Oluwole

MEPs' peace money vow for Northern Ireland welcome: Belfast Telegraph
Editorial

Arlene Foster warns government over NI talks mediator: BBC
Stephen Walker

We must not ignore words of warning from Senator George Mitchell about dangers ahead: Belfast Telegraph
Alban Maginness

NI Citizens' Assembly pilot to go ahead: BBC
Jayne McCormack

Martin hints Fianna Fáil could sit in Westminster: Belfast Telegraph
Aoife Moore

Motion passes to allow Irish citizens in Fermanagh to vote in future European elections: Impartial Reporter

Karen Bradley comment taken 'out of context': BBC

Secretary of State says Northern Ireland interview was 'taken out of context': Belfast Telegraph

Bloody Sunday – Victim's sister criticises Orde comments: BBC

Theresa May urged to end 'abhorrent' investigations into Northern Ireland veterans: The Sun
David Willetts

Legacy Scandal – 'Perhaps Dublin will now help victims of terrorist torture,' says Jim Nicholson: The News Letter
Jim Nicholson

London must answer for Troubles cases: The Times
Cormac Lucey

Hooded men appeal outcome 'gives legal all-clear for brutal interrogations': The News Letter
David Young

PSNI 'should prioritise case of ex-Kingsmill suspect who secured comfort letter': Belfast Telegraph

Kingsmills massacre coroner reassures frustrated families: The News Letter

BBC documentary on punishment beatings under police review: Belfast Telegraph
Mark Bain

Man shot multiple times in Derry: Belfast Telegraph

Derry man appears in court charged with burning poppy wreaths on a bonfire in the Bogside area of the city: Derry Now

'Solution' reached in Enniskillen memorial stand-off: The News Letter
Niall Deeney

Three PSNI officers disciplined over Máiría Cahill case: The Irish Times
Amanda Ferguson

RHI inquiry – 'Irreconcilable difference' between DUP Spads' evidence: BBC
Jayne McCormack

DUP will struggle to recover from devastating RHI revelations: Belfast Telegraph
Suzanne Breen

Could a visit to Ireland still be on the cards? Trump's economic chief 'not convinced' US President's trip is cancelled: Irish Independent
Rachel Farrell

Trump announces US Ambassador to Ireland after cancelling trip: Irish Voice/IrishCentral.com

US's new ambassador unlikely to arrive here before 2019: Irish Independent
Philip Ryan

St Aloysius College rugby team 'sang pro-IRA chant' after win: The Times
David Kelso


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