Mr Salter informs us in his Westminster Diary that he had dinner with "Pakistani community leaders" and discussed there the murder of a young woman in Reading, who by her name may originate from that community, though myself I would not rush to make assumptions. He then tells us that he went to visit her family. First question: was she, and are her family, constituents in Reading West? I would love to be told that they are. Second question: (one of those Great Historical Questions To Which The Answer Is No) is it a good idea to go poking around in the grief of a family one of whose members has been murdered?
Mr Salter has form on this, having relentlessly pursued Liz Longhurst, a Reading East resident, when her daughter was murdered, in furtherance of his grubby political game in Reading Labour Party. So perhaps it's force of habit. See an ambulance, chase it, try for a headline. I notice that a man has been charged with the young woman's murder, and that he lives in the Newtown area of east Reading (and Reading East). Just thought I'd mention it.