Another week and, having spoken last Thursday in the debate on the Queen's Speech, I remained in the office and got on with constituency matters. I was fortunate enough recently to meet Janet Amey, who runs a food bank from a Methodist Church in Weymouth. She's about to qualify as a fully fledged Methodist minister and has been posted north to the Midlands. Janet will be sorely missed down here, but, having met her team of volunteers today, I know the organisation is in good hands. I also met several clients and listened to their stories. A CAB representative was also present and was doing all she could to help those with inquiries. One young woman, who had fallen between the cracks, returns to the food bank regularly for a chat with Janet, having now got herself a well-paid job. Her story was especially inspirational and she told me she owed much of that success to Janet and her team. I was pleased that the Government has brought forward a Legacy Bill, which will hopefully end this remorseless chasing of our NI veterans. Having served on three tours there, this topic is close to the heart. Meanwhile, the war in Ukraine continues, with hundreds of besieged Ukrainian soldiers evacuated from Mariupol, And in Kharkiv, residents returned after Russian soldiers were forced out after weeks of fighting. This was a real coup for the Ukrainian forces. Another consequence of this disastrous war will see NATO expand, with Sweden and Finland seeking to join. This is very good news for Europe's future security and Putin has only himself to blame.