We used to call it 'personal admin' in the army, so dentist and long overdue haircut and then into the House. The morning was taken up with constituency matters with my parliamentary team, before dropping down to the Chamber for the weekly bout at PMQs. The PM did well, despite the difficulties of crumbling school buildings, which the Leader of the Opposition decided to attack on. A sandwich lunch at my desk and then to CR19 for a private session of our European Scrutiny Committee, chaired by the very able Sir Bill Cash. We voted against an Opposition motion at about 1700, after which we dropped to one line. Then to Dorset on my bike, battling very hot temperatures and heavy traffic. In other news, a nationwide manhunt was launched for a former soldier suspected of terror offences who escaped from Wandsworth Prison on Wednesday morning. The fugitive father and stepmother of Surrey schoolgirl Sara Sharif released a video in which they describe the 10-year-old's death as an "incident". The government published a list of schools identified with collapse-prone concrete after days of mounting pressure. And President Zelensky condemned a "deliberate" attack on Ukraine's "peaceful city" of Kostyantynivka.