Should healthy children aged between 12 to 15 be offered one dose of a Covid vaccine? Yes, said the UK's chief medical officers. The CMOs said it would help reduce disruption to education. It came after the government's vaccine committee said there was not enough benefit to warrant it on health grounds alone - but they said ministers could take into account other factors. The CMOs concluded this tipped the balance given the virus was going to keep spreading over winter. They said this would continue to cause disruption to face-to-face education given the policy in all parts of the UK asking people who test positive to isolate for 10 days. I have doubts about vaccinating children, when many have already had the disease. I fear this policy could cause conflict between children and parents. Why do that? And why the rush? Up to London and much to do, most of it constituency work. Prince Andrew is in the news again, with his lawyer arguing that the papers were incorrectly served. He will also challenge the jurisdiction of the case. Virginia Giuffre has launched a civil case against the duke - and papers must be "served" before it can proceed. The Duke's lawyer is expected to appear in a New York pre-trial court conference call on Monday. Prince Andrew denies all the allegations against him. Meanwhile, Andrew Neil resigned as chairman and lead presenter of GB News, just three months after helping to launch the channel. Neil, 72, was on air for less than two weeks before announcing he was taking a break. The former BBC political presenter will continue to contribute to GB News as a regular guest commentator. Finally, climate change protesters blocked five M25 junctions, causing long tailbacks and disruption for motorists. 42 people were arrested, and rightly so.