I appreciate why people are calling for questions to be answered about the Damian Green affair, but I'm not sure how it can be taken forward. As I understand it, he's due to answer bail again in February, so it would be difficult to discuss it in any meaningful way without prejudicing a police investigation. I suppose questions could be asked about who authorised the arrest/ searches, and the way in which they were carried out, without looking at the substance behind the 'charges' (by which I don't mean charges, but the grounds for arrest, i.e. conspiracy to cause misconduct in public office). But we would need to know the seriousness of the allegations before knowing whether the police handling of it was disproportionate - although it certainly looks that way at the moment.
The other difficulty is that Parliament is prorogued at the moment. The Queen's Speech is on Wednesday, followed by five days of general debate on the Speech (interrupted by one day's debate on European Affairs on the 9th - why, I don't know). So we're on a one line whip till Thursday 11th and many MPs will choose to spend this time in their constituencies, or go on overseas trips, or take a holiday (not me, I hasten to add - I will be spending a bit more time in Bristol and making one or two speeches).
So I don't know whether it would be best to have a ministerial statement as soon as possible after the Queen's Speech or to wait until normal business is resumed. There is also the possibility the Speaker could make a statement. I expect that extraordinary circumstances may require an extraordinary response, and we might even get a statement next Wednesday, but that's mere speculation on my part.