In an extraordinary move, an arrest warrant has been issued against Putin over war crime allegations. I think we'd all like to see this man in the dock and although that is unlikely, sadly, the warrant sends the right message. I headed to Weymouth to meet Jo Thompson, who works for Whitehead-Ross Education and Consulting in St Mary Street. They do fantastic work, helping young people into work. For reasons I won't bore you with, the organisation has missed out on a new DfE programme and I shall do what I can to help. I then headed to Preston to meet a very special constituent. Now in her 90s, this wonderful lady is the epitome of courage and determination. I spent a very happy hour with her, listening to the war stories of her courageous husband, who sadly died more than 20 years ago. I left inspired. Then it was off to Winfrith to meet the county's new Chief Constable, Amanda Pearson. Our P&CC David Sidwick was also there. Our conversation was in confidence, but I left feeling Dorset had a very capable new police chief. While there appears to be some positive movement in resolving some of the strikes, another one looms over Easter. This time it's security at Heathrow. Meanwhile, junior doctors’ leaders to halt strikes and enter pay talks with government.