So what will be on the front pages of tomorrow morning’s papers. There are so many stories and loose ends that the press will want to tie up and explore.
- The arrest of Ruth Turner, a Downing Street official, in connection with the cash-for-honours inquiry will surely deserve some column inches.
- Next door at No 11 - is he back from India? - Gordon Brown has put his size 10 football boot in it by “appearing to back England to host and win the football World Cup in 2018 - and not his native Scotland”. Politically embarrassing, but nothing serious (like inflation and interest rate rises).
- Oh, and British Airways has a new uniform policy allowing all religious symbols, including crosses, to be worn openly, and also allowing Nadia Eweida to return to work (having been off on unpaid leave since September.
- And finally, in a UK-wide referendum on racism, 82% voted to eject Jade Goody from the Celebrity Big Brother house.
All important stories. Will the Independent have room to run all four on its front page?