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Diary - another delay in justice for Marine A

London is beginning to return to normal after Wednesday's horrific attack. I hopped on to the tube in the morning to head towards the Royal Courts of Justice for what we all hoped would be the final hearing for former RM Sergeant Alexander Blackman.

W2W - terrorism will never win

WHILE medics fought valiantly to save a fatally wounded policeman after Wednesday’s attack, they were also working on the terrorist who’d stabbed him.

There are few other countries in the world where that would happen.

And this is what we are defending.

Diary - it is the duty of all of us to carry on

The day after the afternoon before. I think the full impact of yesterday's outrage had finally sunk in. And all our thoughts and prayers are with the relatives and friends of those killed and injured. Brave PC Keith Palmer, a husband and father, was killed doing the job he loved.

Diary - a terrible day

Some of the papers this morning carried horrific pictures of the IRA's handiwork following Martin McGuinness's death, so another terrorist outrage aimed at the heart of our democracy was a sobering reminder that there will always be people out there who want to do us harm.

Blog - we must never bow to terrorism

This afternoon at about 1500 we were voting in the Commons when word reached us that there had been an incident and proceedings were suspended. No one knew what had happened, but it was clearly serious as the Chamber and Division Lobbies were locked down, with hundreds of MPs trapped inside.

Diary - a man of violence meets his Maker

Today a terrorist, torturer and common thug died. For IRA commander Martin McGuinness was all these things, while pretending to serve his 'cause' for freedom. What nonsense. God knows how many deaths and maimings he is responsible for.

Diary - learning more about leaving the EU

Another historic day as Mrs May announces that she will invoke Article 50 on Wednesday, 29 March, thereby beginning the negotiation process that will see the UK leave the EU.

Diary - tribute to a very brave woman

A busy day. First stop was Winfrith and Lulworth Primary School. I headed to the W Lulworth site to meet headteacher Sharon Buckland, who is sadly retiring this summer after 10 years at the school. I was met by Governor Joanne Self, who kindly took me on a guided tour of the new site.

W2W - justice for a courageous former Royal Marine

THE Royal Courts of Justice are an imposing place and nowhere more so than Court 4.

For it is here that the fate of former Royal Marine Sergeant Alexander Blackman is being decided.