Last Monday I met with David Cameron to discuss lowering the limit at which abortion takes place from 24 to 20 weeks.
He couldn't have been more supportive.
We discussed how tricky it was for someone like him - who is neither pro-choice or pro-life - to take the sensible position on the issue, which is why he would, on the basis of scientific evidence, support my 20 week amendment.
As I left I said that I was grateful for his support, it's a free vote issue for Conservative MPs, but that what I really needed was for him to be able to get his position out into the public domain. As I left, he promised that he would do that, some time within the next two weeks.
Yesterday I got a call from the Daily Mail to say that Cameron had contacted them to make his 20 week position clear and could I comment?
It's also in today's Daily Telegraph and The Evening Standard.
I like a leader who delivers on a promise; I like a leader who gets things done; and I like even more a leader who can take the evidence, sift out what he knows to be relevant and what's rubbish and take a strong position.
All qualities the country wishes it had in the dithering Prime Minister we are having to put up with at the moment.