Newspaper review: Financial fears dominate papers
The panic gripping the world's financial markets is reported widely in Saturday's papers.
At the end of what the Financial Times calls a "grim week", the Independent's front page asks, "Where are you EU". .
Sam Fleming, in the the Times, says a lack of global leadership is pushing markets towards a "2008-style cataclysm".
Concerns that a lack of leadership on both sides of the Atlantic is exacerbating the panic in financial markets is felt keenly in the papers.
The Financial Times likens the current situation to a horror film.
Prime Minister David Cameron and his cabinet must roll up their sleeves and get back to work, argues the the Daily Mirror.
David Cameron has been overruled by Home Secretary Theresa May in wanting the former police chief of New York and Los Angeles to take over as head of the Met, the Daily Telegraph reports.
Bill Bratton has been praised for cutting crime and gang warfare during his time in both cities.
He reportedly indicated that he would be interested in becoming the new Metropolitan Police Commissioner.
But the Telegraph says Mrs May was uncomfortable with the idea.
"Grammar man", as he calls himself, uses a white marker pen to amend bad punctuation and to write comments.
Meanwhile, the back pages look ahead to the start of the new football season.