The Council are not taking the issue of littering and fly-tipping seriously enough. This is why I consulted with local residents and we've come up with five proposals which will help make our streets cleaner and greener. These are:
This week it was a pleasure to meet with Sharon Barli again at the Israeli Embassy. We were able to continue our constructive discussion about access to healthcare for Palestinians.
I look forward to continuing to work together on such crucial humanitarian issues.
I have no doubt there will be more news to follow...
You may remember, back in May I raised the case of Sarah, a Tooting resident, in Parliament.
Today, Sarah tweeted: "We've done it! Thanks to @DrRosena's tenacity and passion my wheelchair went on order yesterday and I will be receiving it in approximately 6 weeks! I will be getting my independence back and I can't tell you how much this means to me. #HappyFriday"
I am so pleased that I was able to resolve Sarah's wheelchair issues. Fantastic news. Happy Friday indeed!
The suffering of the world's most vulnerable is palpable. And now, because of climate change, they face even greater threats.
In May 2019, Parliament declared a climate emergency.
Today I asked the Government how they will provide assistance to the most vulnerable people on the planet.
You can see the video here: twitter.com/i/status/1151496826849284096
In my capacity as Shadow Sports Minister, it was fantastic to meet with Everton in the Community and Everton Football Club today.
We discussed at length their planned move from Goodison Park to the Bramley-Moore Dock. It is a very impressive project that focuses on leaving a legacy for the community.
This is the way it should be done, and I cannot wait to see the finished result.
As progressives, we are united in solidarity with Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar, Ayanna Pressley and Rashida Tlaib.
Though we may be separated by an ocean, we are united in our desire for a world which opens its arms to everyone - without prejudice. Read my piece for The Independent here: www.independent.co.uk/voices/trump-aoc-tweets-ilhan-omar-racism-ocasio-cortez-democrats-a9005386.html
Today is historic: I am overjoyed to be taking part in the London Pride Parade with the FA. And it's their first time too.
This year also marks 50 years since the Stonewall Riots. As you may know, the riots in 1969 were a landmark moment in history, which helped spark the fight for gay rights around the world.
This is such a positive step for football; it sends such a wonderful message. Proud to be involved with Pride!
A group of us women MPs, journalists and politicos from across the political divide headed to Lyon, coming together for an an amazing cause: the pursuit of gender equality.
We played in 40 degree heat to break the world record for the biggest ever football match.
3,000 players, five whole days, and one goal - to prove that any girl can! Well, that and the world record...
I was contacted by concerned residents in their droves about the welfare of Nazanin and her husband, Richard Ratcliffe, following news of their ongoing hunger strike.
Today I met Richard on day 12 of his hunger strike. He is such a humble and gentle person, despite everything his family is going through. We must Free Nazanin.
To watch the video, click here: https://twitter.com/i/status/1143911064654008320
At the Tooting Labour members' meeting tonight I was proud to announce that I wish to re-stand as the Labour MP for Tooting.
It has been an absolute privilege to represent the area where I grew up, and I'll stay for as long as Tooting wants me.
PS - I support a People's Vote!