The conference room at the Department for Education and Skills that hosts press briefings has an array of photographs of former education secretaries lining the walls. Heavy-hitting politicians including Shirley Williams, Margaret Thatcher, Kenneth Baker and Kenneth Clarke stare down on the grubby hacks. However, there is a glaring omission from the line-up. The most recent image is one of David Blunkett; Estelle Morris is not included. Why not? And, given that she resigned at the end of October, will Saint Estelle's visage ever grace the gallery?