We may be on recess, but there is plenty of work to do and constituents to help. Yet again, I am receiving many emails on the vexed subject of Studland Bay, which the Marine Management Organisation wants to stop boats anchoring in. Understandably, boat users, clubs and hospitality businesses are against such a move, as am I. I have rehearsed my argument for retaining the status quo on many occasions, so will refrain from doing it again now. There is further consultation on-going and let's hope some common sense prevails. More predictable outrage from the Left over a government-commissioned report which found that the UK "no longer" had a system rigged against minorities. The Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities said family structure and social class had a bigger impact than race on how people's lives turned out. Campaigners said it laid the blame for inequality on individuals and families. And Labour has accused the government of downplaying institutional racism. No surprise there. A dramatic increase in student claims of sexual abuse in schools prompted the Government to set up a helpline and immediate review. Ofsted will look at safeguarding in both state and independent schools. The helpline will be run by the NSPCC to both support potential victims and provide advice to children and adults. "Sexual abuse in any form is abhorrent and it is vital that these allegations are dealt with properly," Education Secretary Gavin Williamson said. Over in France, French schools will close for at least three weeks as part of new national restrictions to fight rising Covid cases. President Emmanuel Macron said that schools would move to remote learning from next week. Lock-down measures, introduced in some areas of France earlier this month, are also being extended to other districts. All non-essential shops are to close from Saturday and there will be a ban on travelling more than 10km (six miles) from home without good reason.