A morning run and then into the Commons. A busy morning on a whole range of issues, mainly from the constituency. The afternoon was spent in Westminster Hall. There were two debates I was interested in. The first was about coastal communities, the second on broadband in rural Herefordshire, with the problems there mirrored in South Dorset. Unlike its smaller seaside resorts, Weymouth has a significant business community, employing many thousands of people. Our Jurassic and World Heritage coastline attract millions of visitors every year and they all contribute to the important tourism industry. Our Local Enterprise Partnership is working hard to attract Government money and have already been successful in doing so. Of course, there is more to do, not least upgrade the A31 and A35, vital east-west link roads that are often heavily congested. There are also funds from the Coastal Communities Fund, although when shared out they don't amount to much. Coastal communities are a vital and integral part of the UK and must be loved and cherished if they are to attract investment and of course tourists. My colleague Jesse Norman called the second debate on broadband which, despite BT's reassurances, is not being rolled out fast enough for many, especially those in the more rural and remote places. Contracts have been won by smaller providers, who are targeting these locations, but there's a long way to go. We had several votes during the day on the Counter-Terrorism & Security Bill, although the debate itself fizzled out earlier than planned.