What a day! Resignations, three hour session for the PM on her deal and MPs publicly stating they were calling for a vote of no confidence in Mrs May. Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab was the first to go, followed soon after by Esther McVey.
A difficult and fraught day, with a lot of anger aimed at leaked information about the EU withdrawal deal. Although we have not seen the deal in writing, there's enough information to know it's a bad deal for our country and potentially a betrayal of the 17.4 million people who voted to leave.
An interesting day, to put it mildly. It started quietly enough, but soon exploded into claim and counter-claim as details of the EU withdrawal deal leaked out. We knew enough by the end of the day to know it was not a good deal.
Up to London after half term, with plenty to think about as the EU debate rages on. As I have said and written on frequent occasions, lack of leadership, clarity and capitulation are undermining the 2016 referendum.
How appropriate that Remembrance Sunday this year fell on the 11th of the 11th. Today was the 100th anniversary of the end of WW1, which made this poignant day even more special. I attended two parades: one in Weymouth, the other in Swanage.
Today, I was both moved and inspired. At 1930 a huge congregation of all ages met at the Drill Hall on Portland for an evening of Remembrance organised by the Reverend Tim Gomm and his team of volunteers. None of us were sure of the programme until it revealed itself during the evening.