Northern Ireland’s Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness and  First Minister Peter Robinson.  One of the reasons relations between the two are so bad is because of Sinn Féin opposition to welfare reform. Photograph: Paul Faith/PA

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Sinn Féin president Gerry Adams TD, signing  the book of condolences for the late Dr Ian Paisley in Belfast City Hall. Photograph: Aidan O’Reilly/Pacemaker Press

Tributes paid in Northern Assembly to former first minister and DUP leader

Prof John Brewer of Queen’s University, Belfast

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First Minister Peter Robinson, a former party colleague of the late Ian Paisley pauses for a moment at the portrait of the former first minister which hangs at Stormont. Photograph: Colm Lenaghan/Pacemaker Press

A family-only affair that wasn’t quite Irish

The coffin of Ian Paisley, the former Democratic Unionist Party leader and first minister of Northern Ireland, is carried to his grave at the Ballygowan Free Presbyterian Church in Ballygowan, Northern Ireland  today. Photograph: Reuters

Tributes paid in Northern Assembly to former First Minister and DUP leader

Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness signs the book of condolence for Ian Paisley at Derry’s Guildhall. Photograph: Margaret McLaughlin

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Members of the Orange Order march in Edinburgh on Saturday. Photograph: Reuters/Russell Cheyne

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Rev Ian Paisley. Photograph: Eric Luke

Former first minister asked for funeral to be attended by immediate family only

DUP First Minister Peter Robinson described Ian Paisley as a man who left ‘an indelible mark’. Photograph: Will Oliver/AFP

Tributes from politicians of all persuasions

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