Today's Express front page
is the last drops of blood from the Madeleine McCann case. It's a story that was well covered everywhere yesterday, of Kate McCann being upset at the idea of reconstructing the events on the night her daughter disappeared. There isn't much to say about that, except you can see it would be traumatic for someone to reconstruct the most unhappy thing that has ever happened to them; but that any parent as desperate to find their child as the McCanns certainly are would go along with what the police wanted, regardless of how painful it was.
As I said yesterday, with no more opportunity to pursue bullshit conspiracy theories over Diana's death, the well is also running dry when it comes to the McCanns. And here's a thing: when you look online for the article, it's mysteriously disappeared. Where's it gone?
Surely - surely - the Express haven't done anything silly? Surely their 'legal team' are right up to speed and ensuring they won't get clobbered for another few hundred thousand?
In its place is an article that is to say the least very positive about the McCanns. Hmm. Wonder how all this came about?