One thing about this job; it's never boring. It was inevitable that Suella Braverman's time as Home Secretary would come to a grisly end and it did today, rather impersonally over the phone. I am a friend of Suella's and was sorry to see her go. She may have gone beyond her brief so far as the PM was concerned, but she spoke for many of us, and I suspect out of frustration. The surprise of the day was the return of Remainer-in-Chief, David Cameron, as Foreign Secretary, a post he will occupy as a Lord, where the Commons will be unable hold him, personally, to account. Enough said at this rather fractious time for our Party. The reshuffle went on most of the day, with some egos dented and others massaged. It's the name of the game. I had spoken in the King's Speech debate last week, so, being on a one-line whip, I remained in Dorset and tackled my constituency in-tray. It's never empty. With a busy day tomorrow, I headed to London in the evening. In other news, five people from the same family were killed in a blaze in west London last night, including a mother and her three young children. A terrible tragedy. And huge numbers, including the Prince of Wales, turned out for the funeral of Manchester United and England legend Sir Bobby Charlton. The fighting in Gaza continued, with Israeli troops poised to enter a hospital, under which they believe Hamas had built command structures and tunnels.