From BBC: Criticism is mounting in the papers about the decision by the Defence Secretary, Geoff Hoon, to go on holiday to America instead of attending David Kelly's funeral. The Sun says Mr Hoon has committed his third major blunder - after going skiing before the Iraq war and then watching the British Grand Prix soon after Dr Kelly's death. The Daily Mail fumes that nothing can stand in the way of another spot of relaxation for Mr Hoon. It claims he has been cut adrift by his cabinet colleagues and is "clearly being hung out to dry". There are different accounts of the reason for Mr Hoon's decision. The Daily Mirror says Dr Kelly's widow did not want him at the funeral, but the Sun suggests the minister's marriage could be in trouble if the holiday was cancelled.