Some highlights of Home Affairs select committee interviews: David Howarth repeating claimed distinction between 'peaceful' Bishopsgate and 'violent' Bank, even though he didn't attend Meltdown and Tom Brake did.
Nicola Fisher appears to fluff her narrative of events as the session goes on though a strong delivery nonetheless.
Sue Sim, some kind of head spokesperson for ACPO gets some MPs very wound up by stonewalling questions, and also claims that "kettling" was a media invention never called that by police, it's really "containment" and that "containment" is nothing new.
Also being new to watching this committee, Keith Vaz seemed a very different and capable chairperson to the Keith Vaz portrayed in the Daily Mail a few years ago.
Incidentally David Howarth is one of the few non-London MPs not to claim a second home allowance: http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/8048215.stm
in case you missed them