Words fail me as the day ended with murder of 12 journalists in the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in Paris. Two gunmen are on the run and a massive manhunt is under way. The magazine was targeted by Islamist fanatics for printing cartoons, lampooning the Prophet Mohammed. One wounded policeman was shot casually by one of the gunmen as he lay helpless on the streets. This attack will send a shudder through the West and will no doubt not be the last of its kind. Meanwhile, back in the House, we endured PMQs, before I attended my Efra select committee. It was in private today as we discussed various letters and reports on a range of subjects, including bovine TB. CAP reforms were also high on the agenda. Finally left the Commons for Dorset at about 1930. A terrible day.