A rather ugly and unhelpful row has erupted between No 10 and Dominic Cummings. Yes, that Dominic Cummings. He denied leaking text messages sent between Mr Johnson and businessman Sir James Dyson. Mr Cummings was forced out of his Downing Street role at the end of last year, following an internal power struggle. Today, in his first blog post since leaving that role, he also denied leaking details of the second Covid lockdown in England. It was down to Weymouth first thing to join our PCC candidate David Sidwick to deliver leaflets. He's worked hard for this role and I hope he wins on 6 May. Then it was across to Weymouth College to catch up with Principal Nigel Evans and interim Principal Julia Howe. Nigel is retiring after more than 40 years in FE and he will be sorely missed. I was kindly given a sandwich lunch and we chatted as we munched. Afterwards, I went to meet the new Weymouth Inspector, David Parr. What a nice man and after a catch-up on matters local, he took me to the patrol room to meet some of the officers. They were charming, too, and we had a good chat as well before I felt I had overstayed my welcome and headed back to the office. I know that we are all indebted to our brave police officers, who do a remarkable job, and I cannot praise them enough. I was delighted when I heard that judges had quashed the convictions of 39 former postmasters after the UK's most widespread miscarriage of justice. They were convicted of stealing money, with some imprisoned, after the Post Office installed the Horizon computer system in branches. What an appalling story this is and I dread to think what effect this injustice has had on those affected and their families.