My heart goes out to the family of the victim after the absolutely tragic incident in Tooting, where a young man lost his life to knife crime.
I spoke at length with people on the Aboyne Estate tonight and urge anyone with concerns to contact me. I'm here to listen. Sending love to the Tooting family tonight.
Read the full story here: news.met.police.uk/news/murder-investigation-launched-in-wandsworth-following-fatal-stabbing-of-teen-372823
As you can probably tell, today I had a lot of fun judging the best annual dog show in town.
It is by far one of my favourite events of the year - and I must admit, getting to hang out with these cuddly pooches is a refreshing change to a day in Parliament.
Thank you to all those involved, and to Leonie Cooper for her skillful compering.
As you may know, the Dump the Scales campaign is the work of one of our very own Tooting residents, Hope Virgo.
Following Hope's experience of being turned away from services for not being "thin" enough, the campaign was born. But this didn't happen to just Hope; it happens to hundreds of people weekly across the NHS.
Over a million people in the UK have suffered from an eating disorder at some point in their life, but many are not properly diagnosed because they are told by GPs they are not under or overweight enough.
Today I signed the open letter urging the Government to revisit the issue and their approach to the management and treatment of eating disorders.
You can add your name to the petition here: https://www.change.org/p/eating-disorders-are-not-just-about-weight-dumpthescales
Tonight the UK Women's Parliamentary Football Club (aka the ultimate ladies squad) played their first ever match at Battersea Park.
Crawley Old Girls may have got the better of us - it was a 3-2 thriller - but we had the most fabulous time.
It was all about incredible women enjoying football, and having fun at the same time. Cross-party, all ages, all abilities, bonding over a love of the game.