'Bomber row could bring down Scots government' is the headline in the Sunday Post this morning.
Parliament is to be recalled tomorrow and Kenny MacAskill will make a statement plus answer questions from MSPs.
However, according to Campbell Gunn, opposition leaders are now understood to be seriously considering calling a vote on the issue, although no vote is scheduled for the end of the session and opposition leaders will wait until it is over before deciding whether to call one.
The likelihood is this would be a vote of 'no confidence' in Mr MacAskill following the full return of Parliament after the end of recess, next week. In that cast Alex Salmond would consider it a vote of no confidence in his Government, as he cannot be put in the position where opposition parties say who can and who cannot be members of his ministerial team.
All three main opposition parties opposed Mr MacAskill's decision so the 47 SNP MSPs would be heavily outnumbered in any vote.
Jack McConnell and Ian Gray bestowed their verbal contributions to the argument.
Whilst the reverberations continue the Prime Minister enjoys the seclusion of his well guarded home in the Kingdom of Fife confident that his new mantra 'silence is golden' will pay off.
Since I starting writing this there have been some good posts published on the same subject. They can be read here, here and here.