On Saturday I went over to Ealing Southall to help Labour get re-elected, having been invited by Rupa Huq. I have been there before, helping in the by election three years ago, so there was a sense of familiarity here.
Being Saturday morning it was quiet, but the feedback I saw first-hand was good, with some voters saying they were avidly following the leaders' debates. Clearly those have turned out to be the lynch pin in this election and may well help decide the outcome.
I have no doubt we will do well here, but with the Lib Dems in second place we have our work cut out in some areas and must work hard to keep to the position we have been in for a while.