In the wake of sectarian riots that flared in Belfast’s city centre in the night between 10 and 11 August and a perceived lack of coherent political response, The Belfast Telegraph leads with a mock job posting for a responsible leader who can represent the public.

The daily asks what would happen if similar riots swept through London:

What would have been the reaction from the media and the public if then David Cameron decided to go on holiday with barely a word to say about the violence? There would have been an outcry and his trip abroad would have been regarded as a stain on the career of the Prime Minister. Yet no one seems to bat an eye when Northern Ireland’s First Minister and Deputy First Minister head off on their summer break after yet more disgraceful scenes on our streets.