He may have resigned but that doesn't mean he is off the front pages this morning.
The Telegraph reports that the former defence secretary and his "advisor" were battling damaging new allegations over their conduct last night.
The paper says that donors said they had given money to Mr Werritty to promote their political agenda but were furious to discover the cash was used to fund his lavish lifestyle.
An Independent on Sunday investigation finds that Adam Werritty has been involved in an audacious plot to topple Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
The paper claims that Werrity has visited Iran on several occasions and met Iranian opposition groups in Washington and London over the past few years, and has has been debriefed by MI6 about his travels and is so highly regarded by the Israeli intelligence service Mossad.
The Observer meanwhile says that David Cameron has been accused of allowing a secret rightwing agenda to flourish at the heart of the Conservative party, as fallout from the resignation of Liam Fox exposed its close links with a US network of lobbyists, climate change deniers and defence hawks.
The Sunday Times concentrates on another governmnet minister Michael Gove.It reports that the education secretary faces allegations of sidelining officials and instead relying on sympathetic advisers after four top civil servants quit his department.
Away from politics The Mail on Sunday claims that the government plans to raise up to £500 million a year by slapping VAT on cosmetic surgery.It has daubed the scheme,the boob tax
The People has a picture of the youngest arm robber in the UK on its front page.The boy,Jobe Kilbride is seen posturing as he is photographed by other thugs was the youngest of five teenagers who used this weapon, says the paper, to rob taxi drivers and stores during a vicious 10-day spree.
The Sunday Mirror reveals Macca's love hideaway.Sir Paul McCartney has whisked new bride Nancy to the private island of Mustique for their honeymoon,borrowing Rolling Stone Mick Jagger’s luxury villa on the West Indies paradise island.
Finally the Express says that the age of cheap flights are over.According to research it says that British families and businesses are set to make up to 8.6 million fewer flights next year as punishing air taxes make fares unaffordable.