Also: Home Office plans for stop-and-search on Ulster border spark criticism; debate stirs on abolishing the Welsh Assembly; and DUP slammed for ignoring Westminster.
A sensible solution is achievable, but unnecessary brinksmanship and over-the-top rhetoric helps nobody.
Also: SNP MP referred to prosecutors over mortgage fraud; Wales to get income tax powers; Fallon sparks Cabinet row over inquiry into Troubles veterans; and more.
Also: Sturgeon faces revolt over all-women shortlists; unionist pact in four Northern Irish constituencies; and AMs introduce new Welsh language measures.
Also: Miliband pressed over NI candidate ban and Welsh NHS performance; Villiers rejects call to nullify OTR letters in law; and Murphy walks in Findlay’s shoes.
Also: The latest dispatches from the devolutionary front lines; and Sinn Fein councillor arrested as DUP plot Belfast comeback.
Also: Salmond hints at Westminster comeback; Mandelson has “no regrets” on NIO amnesty letters; and Ann Clwyd faces reselection in Cynon Valley.
Also: Gaddafi’s ex-spymaster offers to reveal IRA connexions; and Welsh Tories double down on grammar schools.
I worry for the home lives of modern puritans, prohibitors and the permanently offended.
Also: Villiers’ proposal on parades dispute ‘sunk’ by nationalists; new complaints regulator needed to combat NHS ‘defensiveness’ in Wales.
Also: Welsh Tory leader denies blackmail ‘cover up’; Sinn Fein accused of intimidating businesses over Gaza; and Ann Clwyd reconsiders retirement.
Also: From the demise of non-English ‘big beasts’ to increased culture clash – how we might drift apart in the age of devolution.
Whether he was or wasn’t involved in the murder of Jean McConville, justice must take its course.