Up early and into the office. Time to go through routine matters before heading to Osmington to meet a constituent and some of her neighbours who are concerned at the huge amount of traffic using a narrow public footpath to access a children's adventure centre near Osmington.
An early morning run, private meeting and into the House. We were on a one-line whip today, but David Davis made a Statement on his negotiations with the EU and I was keen to hear what progress, if any, had been made.
An early start and then to London midday for another week. Nuclear Safeguards Bill was under scrutiny this afternoon, with the pro-EU crowd ramping up fears that by leaving the EU we could be generating all sorts of risks.
A morning run and into the House. Papers, email and correspondence dealt with, it was time to head down to the Chamber for PMQs. Mr Corbyn decided to target his questions on welfare reform and in particular Universal Credit.
A busy day catching up with constituency matters. There are several on the boil, not least on the on-going use of the former SAR base on Portland, the rumoured collapse of project Jurassica and people's concerns about the new proposed timetable by South Western Railway, the new franchisee.