Great to meet the amazing team at Kick It Out, football's equality and inclusion organisation, and support their work. This year marks 25 years campaigning for equality in football. Discrimination in football is reflective of society at large, and there is absolutely no place for it, both in football and the wider world.
Kick It Out's work is vital to combatting it.
In my column for The Sunday People today I simply had to heap praise on my local hospital, St George's Trust in Tooting.
Along with other hospitals, they have agreed to pay for visas for their EU staff.
Here's the proof our NHS truly is a wonderful family!
Today I had the pleasure of attending the Ski & Snowboard Festival in Battersea Park, hosted by SnowSport England.
It was great to speak to the team about National Schools SnowSport Week and the opportunities to make it accessible to schoolchildren across the country.
Every young person should have the chance to try, and be involved, in sports.
Last week I visited a Rohingya refugee camp, and in
The Sunday Mirror I shared the stories of the Rohingya
who fled genocide in Myanmar.
One year on, they are living with the trauma of violence.
Their stories are horrific, but their hope and resolve is
I was honoured to have been invited to Goalkeepers 18 and be part of the discussion of how we can ensure the Sustainable Development Goals are met.
Together we can work towards ending poverty
and inequality in the UK and all over the world by 2030.
The Labour Conference is always an exciting time: a chance to
discuss ideas and champion Tooting as the vibrant and welcoming community it is.
One key aspect of the Conference is the wonderful organisations that it brings together. It was great to support, and meet, with so many of them over the last few days!
Tonight I gave my monthly update to the Tooting
Labour members' meeting where I was pleased to
endorse Sadiq Khan as the Labour candidate for Mayor.
It's important that his fantastic work continues. London's
housing market is on a journey of reform - long may it go on!
A great night at Balham Boxing Club, where I was the
Club Doctor for a community boxing event.
It's fantastic to see first-hand young people being
empowered through sport.
Ronald McDonald House, Tooting, house over 100 families
every year whilst their children are being treated at the
nearby St George's Hospital.
This weekend I was honoured to be invited to the
annual family reunion day and spend time with some of the
bravest families and volunteers I've ever had the privilege
I guess you could say we've still got football fever!
It is great to see the FA bidding to host EURO 2021.
This is a fantastic opportunity to bring football home, raising the profile of the women's game and ensuring its growth is continued.