It was the day after the day before as politicians, journalists and commentators tried to get their heads around yesterday's Supreme Court decision that sending illegal migrants to Rwanda was not on. In layman's terms, the court's main concern was that there was no guarantee that a migrant would not be sent back to their country, risking persecution or torture. Sky reported that a group of Tory MPs planned to write a letter to Rishi Sunak, demanding his "emergency legislation" to revive the Rwanda deportation scheme overrides human rights laws. However, while we were trying to come to terms with all this, Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer said he was more concerned by the crisis in Gaza than unity in his party after 10 MPs were either sacked or resigned from his frontbench over their opposition to his stance on a ceasefire. Meanwhile, Israeli's military said its soldiers in Gaza City had found the body of a woman who was thought to have been taken hostage by Hamas during its October 7 attack. What sadness for her family and friends. Finally, benefit claimants who failed to find work for more than 18 months would have to undertake work experience placements, under rules planned for late next year.