The newpapers don't know quite what to say about Damian Green. I suspect a couple of things are going through editorial minds.
(a) They probably assume there's a very technical basis on which May probably does have to let him go - an ill-judged lack of candour in an overall context of post-Weinstein and anti-Tory sentiment. Does anyone really know the content of his hard drive (if I may use that expression)? Oh yes: a bitter ex-copper who behaved outrageously back in 2008 and is unreformed to this day - hopefully with some serious trouble of his own to face in due course. Still, ministerial code is ministerial code.
(b) They probably know Green personally (as do I - I've known him for 40 years). It is of course possible to misjudge someone, but ... They've also quite possibly encountered the young lady in the story (as have I), given her penchant for self-promotion; and maybe they are able to form a view.
Yes, for an event of this magnitude it's all rather quiet on the editorial front.
Still, when a government is down, it's down. Probably gets worse before it gets better. One of May's few world-class virtues is her ability to stand up straight and get on with it. A virtue indeed when half the game is to keep afloat for another 4 years and let various storms blow themselves out. I just hope that in her hour(s) of weakness she doesn't (as some assert) slip back to calling on Nicholas Timothy - a man whom, like George Osborne, we never want to see or hear from again. Ever.