Newspapers digest Cable's remarks on Rupert Murdoch
Vince Cable's controversial remarks about Rupert Murdoch and the subsequent loss of some of his powers feature on most newspaper front pages.
Other titles play on the business secretary's name. The Times has: "Cable's power cut" while the Daily Mirror's offering is: "Cable unplugged".
In the view of the Sun, one of Mr Murdoch's daily papers, he should have been demoted at the very least.
The Times, owned by Mr Murdoch, says that although Mr Cable has survived in the cabinet, questions remain about his judgment and impartiality.
The Financial Times says the political sanctity of "St Vince" has evaporated as a result of his comments.
The crimes of Stephen Griffiths - who murdered three women in Bradford and called himself "the crossbow cannibal" - take up many pages in the press.
His life sentence is the main story for the Daily Mail, the Mirror, the Sun and the Daily Star.
The Guardian says the real fashion accessory this winter is the aluminium foil cape that has been proliferating at Heathrow and St Pancras Station.
The "silver swaddlers" as they are often referred to, are made from an ultra-insulating material.
They are used to retain body heat in survival situations and are fast becoming the look of the "Big Freeze".
But, the paper warns, outdoor stores are fast selling out and online orders risk being delayed by the weather.