Today, Belfast Crown Court heard two former soldiers - known as A and C, and both in their 70s - plead not guilty to the murder of Official IRA man Joe McCann almost 50 years ago. The 24-year-old was shot in disputed circumstances at Joy Street in the Markets, Belfast, on 15 April 1972. I cannot comment further on this case, as it is live. Another busy day to start the week, ending with a question to Defence Secretary Ben Wallace, following his Statement on the departure of our new aircraft carrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth. My question is on the website. I have no doubt that the Royal Navy needs this asset and, working alongside our NATO allies, will help to bolster our presence around the world and deter would-be aggressors, quite apart from the many other roles a ship of this kind can fulfil. Meanwhile, the disgraceful detention of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe took another ugly twist, with the Iranians sentencing her to a further year in prison and a one-year travel ban after being found guilty of propaganda against the regime. Her lawyer said she was accused of taking part in a protest in London 12 years ago and speaking to the BBC Persian service. The PM said the UK would "redouble" efforts to free her. In India, hospitals in Delhi and many other cities have run out of beds, with people being forced to find ways to get treatment for sick patients at home. Many have turned to the black market, where prices of essential medicines, oxygen cylinders and concentrators have skyrocketed and questionable drugs are now proliferating. On Monday, India recorded a new global high for daily coronavirus cases for a fifth straight day at 352, 991. Terrifying. Finally, the PM continues to come under sustained fire for his comments during a heated discussion about a lock-down. I shall not repeat them, nor should the press. There is no named source and it's a travesty of professional journalism that damaging headlines are being repeated with no evidence, just "sources say". That isn't good enough.