1. Emily Morgan - ITV News Correspondent

PSNI chief's sadness after Belfast violence

Officers were pelted with petrol bombs, fireworks and other missiles during Friday's trouble. Credit: Paul Faith/PA Wire

PSNI Chief Constable Matt Baggott has said today is one of "overwhelming sadness" following another weekend of violence in Belfast.

He described the latest trouble as "a big challenge" and said the way forward was consistent condemnation of violence and to reassert the legitimacy of politics.

Mr Baggott said Friday's rioting was intense and made more difficult by the sheer scale of the trouble - there were 4,000 out in total and not stewarded.

But he said the trouble was contained, using measured and responsible policing. A more rigid approach would be impossible he added, with safety the top priority.