Newspaper headlines: Gender neutral census and £1 coin chaos
There is continuing speculation that Theresa May is coming under pressure to carry out a cabinet reshuffle - and move Boris Johnson to another job.
But the Daily Telegraph says allies of the foreign secretary have warned that he will "just say no" if the prime minister tries to sack him.
According to the paper, sources say that firing him would undermine Brexit and destabilise the government.
Instead, the paper says the prime minister is being urged by members of her cabinet to remove Chancellor Philip Hammond for "making Brexit hard" and being "miserable".
The Times reports one ex-senior minister saying Mr Johnson is not the problem and it is Mr Hammond who has been stirring Tory divisions on Brexit.
The former minister claims the chancellor is trying to force Mrs May into an "endless no-change transition deal".
The Guardian says Brexit-supporting politicians have told the paper that concerns about the chancellor are being widely discussed on the Tory backbenches.
But, it says, a cabinet ally of Mr Hammond has warned that "realism is no sin when it comes to Brexit".
The Daily Mail and the Sun are aghast at news that the Office for National Statistics is considering making it optional for people to declare their sex in the next census.
The move is aimed at recognising transgender people.
The Sun rejects the idea as crazy - pointing out that the information is needed to determine how many men and women make up the population.
In the Mail's view, if we don't even know such a fundamental fact, the whole purpose of the census is undermined.
The old pound coin ceases to be legal tender next Sunday - but the Daily Telegraph reports that thousands of shops and businesses will ignore the deadline.
It says a trade association representing 170,000 small shops has advised its members to continue taking the round coins if customers don't have any other change.
The Mail reports that the old coins are already being rejected by some supermarket self-service checkouts.
For its lead, the Daily Mirror says the vast majority of households in England no longer have weekly bin collections.
The paper reports that 76% of council areas have a 14-day wait - and six local authorities have even reduced collections to one in every three weeks.
According to the paper, young families are having to resort to paying for private collections.
Finally, the dining room is doomed - according to Mary Berry.
The Times reports that she told the Cheltenham Literature Festival she had stopped using her dining room - and kitchens were much more homely places in which to eat.
"We have given up our dining room finally," she said.
The Daily Mail says the former Great British Bake Off star told her audience that her family use the dining room at Christmas and occasionally if people come round, but it's much easier eating in the kitchen - with the sink and dishwasher nearby.