I am speaking at a lunch in the City so I will miss Prime Minister's Question Time. I'm kicking myself as I suspect it will be one of the more entertaining exchanges of recent weeks. It would be astonishing if David Cameron doesn't ask about the UNITE strike and the union's close relationship with the Labour Party.
I wonder what Mr Speaker will do.
As Jonathan Sheppard points out, he hardly covered himself with glory yesterday when he ruled Theresea Villiers out of order for mentioning UNITE, yet allowed Dennis Skinner to rant on about Lord Ashcroft. You don't have to be a Tory to find that odd and wrong - especially when even his worst enemy would find it difficult to find a link between Lord A and the BA strike.
After today, there will only be three further sessions of PMQs before the election. I suspect the nation will be watching proceedings a little more closely than usual.