During a speech by Labour's John McDonnell, there were scenes of heckling and scuffling in the crowd.
Hayes & HarlingtonParliamentary constituency
- Votes: 24,545
- Vote share %: 55.8
- Vote share change: -10.7
- Votes: 15,284
- Vote share %: 34.7
- Vote share change: +6.1
Liberal DemocratAlexander Cunliffe
- Votes: 1,947
- Vote share %: 4.4
- Vote share change: +3.2
The Brexit PartyHarry Boparai
- Votes: 1,292
- Vote share %: 2.9
- Vote share change: +2.9
- Votes: 739
- Vote share %: 1.7
- Vote share change: +0.5
Christian Peoples AllianceChika Amadi
- Votes: 187
- Vote share %: 0.4
- Vote share change: +0.4
Change compared with 2017
- LAB majority: 9,261
- Registered voters: 72,356
- Change since 2017: -4.4
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Cries of "liar" and "terrorist" rang out as Mr McDonnell was giving his acceptance speech.
Police had to intervene to temper the disturbance.
The Shadow Chancellor said: "It is quite clear that there are fears also now for our democracy and the rise of the extreme right.
"But I say now we will organise and we will ensure this type of democracy will reign, and the democratic wishes of our people will be respected, and this sort of extreme right wing violence will not be tolerated within our society."
Shadow chancellor John McDonnell has been re-elected as the MP for Hayes & Harlington, with a decreased majority.
The Labour candidate beat Conservative Wayne Bridges by 9,261 votes, 8,854 votes less than the majority at the 2017 election.
Alexander Cunliffe of the Liberal Democrats came third and the Brexit Party's Harry Boparai came fourth.
Voter turnout was down by 4.4 percentage points since the last general election.
Nearly 44,000 people, 60.8% of those eligible to vote, went to polling stations across the area on Thursday, in the first December general election since 1923.
Four of the six candidates, Alexander Cunliffe (Liberal Democrat), Harry Boparai (The Brexit Party), Christine West (Green) and Chika Amadi (Christian Peoples Alliance) lost their £500 deposits after failing to win 5% of the vote.
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Campaign group HACAN, has claimed that over half of London’s MPs are likely to oppose a third runway at Heathrow.
The group says its research shows 31 of the capital’s 73 MPs are known opponents of a third runway.
HACAN Chair John Stewart said, “Once the views of all London’s MPs are known, it is highly likely that a majority will be opposed to Heathrow expansion.
“Of themselves they may not stop it but they could act as a very awkward bloc to a new runway ever seeing the light of day, particularly given the fact that the new Government doesn’t have a majority of seats in Parliament.”
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