The redtops today produce straight re-writes of yesterday's News of the World 'exclusive' in which Fiona's husband Chris reveals how he found his wife dead, surrounded by 15 empty bottles of vodka.
MP killed by her job says the Mirror, while The Sun prefers: Drinking horror of Blair babe.
The Guardian's Nick points out that the Commons altered its working hours after the 2001 General Election - in which Fiona lost her seat.
Before then, major votes were held late into the night, which meant that MPs would hang around in Westminster's numerous bars as they waited to vote.
After 2001, the House starting sittings at 11.30am on every day apart from Monday, meaning that the major votes now start just after 7pm.
At a stroke this transformed the drinking culture; at 10pm the place is often deserted. A recent move backwards - Tuesday is now a late sitting day - appears not to have made much of a difference.
Hopefully in the future a depressed, vulnerable MP will be less likely to resort to the bottle.
But an even greater change will probably have to take place: ending the pretence MPs have to keep up that they are strong and in perfect condition all the time.