The day began early and, staring into the sky for any hints of rain, I hopped on to my motorbike and headed to London. Conditions on the way up were blustery but dry, thankfully. My faithful BMW ate up the miles and after two hours I was heading into London on pretty empty roads.
Another fascinating day in parliament! The rowdy scenes in the Chamber yesterday were discussed in detail by the press and media, with the BBC showing its normal bias by inviting on anyone they could think of to criticise the Prime Minister.
With frustrations running high, today's sitting in parliament was always going to be rumbustious, and so it proved. We were back following the Supreme Court's ruling that proroguing parliament was unlawful.
The Supreme Court has made its decision, a decision that has extremely serious consequences on our democracy and unwritten constitution. My chief concern is that this decision gives the green light to future challenges to the workings of Parliament and decisions made by MPs.