They say a week's a long time in politics. Right now things seem to change almost on the hour. Today the Government's plan to deport illegal migrants to Rwanda took a knock after the Supreme Court ruled the policy unlawful. The 50-page judgement was not unexpected and the Prime Minister made it clear that he would resolve the matter, whatever it took. Understandably, the public were getting fed up with all this delay. We must, must deal with this issue. It is quite unacceptable to live with these porous borders, not least after we've left the EU. I had joined several colleagues at 1030 when the news came through and it's fair to say that none were happy. At 1130 I was in the Chamber for PMQs, a rumbustious affair where the PM came out on top, despite the huge open goal that had presented itself to Starmer. Our defence committee had another meeting, this time taking evidence from the Rt. Hon. Grant Shapps, Secretary of State for Defence. He was accompanied by David Williams, Permanent Secretary, MOD, Lieutenant General Rob Magowan CB CBE, Deputy Chief of the Defence Staff (Financial and Military Capability) (DCDS FinMilCap) MOD, and Paul Wyatt, Director General Security Policy (DG SecPol), MOD. The session looked at a range of current defence and security topics and included strategic and defence priorities, operational and financial challenges, Service personnel and accommodation issues and defence equipment and support. It was a fascinating two hours and can be seen on Parliament TV. Meanwhile, the debate on the King's Speech continued on its last day, ending with four votes, one of them controversial and causing Starmer a frontbench rebellion after a number of Labour MPs backed a vote calling for a ceasefire in Gaza. Outside, about 2,000 protesters screamed and shouted in support of a ceasefire, although I would call it continued intimidation. These marches have a significant number of hate-filled people who are anything but peaceful, shouting as they do for Israel to be wiped off the map. In other news, two 12-year-old boys were arrested on suspicion of murder after a 19-year-old man was stabbed to death in Wolverhampton. And in good news, inflation fell to 4.6% in October, down from 6.7% in September, the Office for National Statistics said - the lowest level for two years.