Newspaper review: Riot fallout digested by papers
The fallout from the four nights of rioting which hit cities in England is digested in the day's newspapers.
The Sun carries a headline revealing that among those taking part in the looting were a lifeguard, a millionaire's daughter and a postman.
The Daily Telegraph headlines with "Our Sick Society" as it also gives details of those facing riot-related charges.
The FT says many cases were referred by magistrates up to crown court, where more severe sentences can be imposed.
The paper says he was "bundled into court" by his mother and aunt, where he admitted stealing a £50 bin from a department store.
He told the paper he would not be sent to prison because they were "full".
The Times carries the story of Tariq Jahan, father of Haroon, one of the three men knocked down and killed by a car in Birmingham.
He said his 21-year-old son "died defending the community he lived in".
The Daily Mail speaks of Tariq Jahan's "immense dignity" when he appealed for calm and urged people to "calm down and go home, please".
It says there are fears that Home Office plans to make savings in the police service could leave an "exposed flank" in future civil unrest.
The Independent describes David Cameron as looking "increasingly isolated" over the issue of police funding cuts.
It reports how the Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, says the case for cuts has now been "substantially weakened".