The Mail believes Tory women are in revolt at the prospect of Caroline Spelman being replaced by Eric Pickles. Their source is unnamed, naturally. Laws of natural justice surely dictate that Spelman's job should be safe pending the outcome of the enquiry.
The Sunday Telegraph Portcullis column believes David Cameron has a problem, with the party's three leading right wingers on the back benches. They cite Iain Duncan Smith, David Davis and John Redwood as the three. Liam Fox might beg to differ.
All of this goes to prove that when newspapers have nothing better to write about, they indulge in a bit of reshuffle fever. Good job blogs don't behave like that, isn't it?!
So... for what it's worth, here are my reshuffle predictions.!.
* Labour's reshuffle will be in early September unless the Glasgow East by election goes badly wrong
* The Tory reshuffle will follow the Labour one, unless the Caroline Spelman issue forces Cameron's hand
* Alistair Darling will be moved. Ed Balls will be furious he isn't chosen to replace him. Instead, David Miliband moves to the Treasury
* Des Browne leaves defence to become Secretary of State for Devolved Government
* Alan Milburn and Charles Clarke are both invited to rejoin the Cabinet. They both decline in a very public manner, hinting they believe the situation ois beyond rescue
* Harriet Harman is stripped of one of her roles, just in case she was believing her own publicity
* Ed Vaizey, Greg Clarke and Maria Miller enter the Shadow Cabinet.
* Ken Clarke is appointed Shadow Leader of the House but retains most of his outside interests
So, over to you. Do you agree with any of this?