A busy day, beginning with a run. Then into the House and, after dealing with routine matters, I attended a private meeting of the ERG to listen to legal advice from our so-called Star Chamber. They had published a damning document, which challenges the Government's line on the Windsor Framework. The document is a public one. I then had two pre-arranged meetings with constituents, one on the phone, the other virtually. We then had a most interesting session of our European Scrutiny Committee, where we took evidence from the Secretary of State on the Windsor Framework and tomorrow's SI on the Stormont Brake. The 90 minute session is on Parliament TV and well worth a look. I then rushed to our weekly and private meeting of a small group of MPs, which is already interesting. The Budget debate ended at 1900 with two votes. Meanwhile, a lot of attention was focused on tomorrow's interrogation of Boris Johnson no whether he intentionally misled parliament over Partygate. Mr Johnson has accepted he misled Parliament over Covid rule-breaking parties in Downing Street, but denied he did it on purpose.