Morning Post…

In the papers…

Justice catches up with the Love Ulster rioters

Danny Morrison on the impregnability of state secrets

– Jonathan Freedland: where Irish hope and history rhyme in the Middle East

Israeli workers tell of fear after eirigi protest in Belfast

– Lindy McDowell thinks it was sinister and low and shabby and truly scary

– Ed Curran questions the need for two Unionist parties

– And here’s the letter response led by David Simpson MP for Upper Bann

How the Irish Financial Services Regulatory Authority (Ifsra) failed

– Across the water, Danny Finklestein with some timely advice to Cameron

– But Chris Dillow doubts there will be enough elbow room for a future caring Tory PM to follow it

– The Telegraph loves Cameron’s idea of cutting the number of MPs; so why stop at 10%?

– And the Guardian reports a loss of confidence in politicians banks and markets in the UK

– And if you are feeling up to it, here’s a wee piece on the moral consequences of moral relativism

Mick is founding editor of Slugger. He has written papers on the impacts of the Internet on politics and the wider media and is a regular guest and speaking events across Ireland, the UK and Europe. Twitter: @MickFealty