The court has heard from two witnesses this morning, Gordon Morgan and Patricia (Pat) Smith.
Mr Morgan has testified, in his capacity as assistant treasurer of the Scottish Socialist Party (SSP) in 2004, about the financial crisis the party faced, and about large loans the party took out from himself, Rosemary Byrne and Tommy Sheridan.
Ms Smith, who attended the pivotal SSP executive meeting on the 9th of November 2004, has told the court that Tommy Sheridan denied any allegations that he visited a sex club at the meeting and that the minute shown to the court that states he did is incorrect. Ms Smith is now being cross-examined.
There is a larger than usual press contingent at court today, presumably there to cover the expected testimony of Andrew Coulson, previously editor of the News of the World and now Downing Street director of communications, later this afternoon.