Turnout 37.4%


  • CON Syed Kamall
  • CON Charles Tannock
  • GRN Jean Lambert
  • LAB Lucy Anderson
  • LAB Seb Dance
  • LAB Mary Honeyball
  • LAB Claude Moraes
  • UKIP Gerard Batten

Parties shown in alphabetical order


Party Votes % MEPs change +/-
Labour Votes 806,959 Votes Percentage 36.67 (+15.39) MEPs 4 MEPs +/- +2
Conservative Votes 495,639 Votes Percentage 22.52 (-4.83) MEPs 2 MEPs +/- -1
UK Independence Party Votes 371,133 Votes Percentage 16.87 (+6.10) MEPs 1 MEPs +/- 0
Green Votes 196,419 Votes Percentage 8.93 (-1.96) MEPs 1 MEPs +/- 0
Liberal Democrat Votes 148,013 Votes Percentage 6.73 (-6.99) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- -1
4 Freedoms Party (UK EPP) Votes 28,014 Votes Percentage 1.27 (0.00) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
An Independence From Europe Votes 26,675 Votes Percentage 1.21 (0.00) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
Christian Peoples Alliance Votes 23,702 Votes Percentage 1.08 (-1.85) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
National Health Action Party Votes 23,253 Votes Percentage 1.06 (0.00) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
Animal Welfare Party Votes 21,092 Votes Percentage 0.96 (0.00) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
British National Party Votes 19,246 Votes Percentage 0.87 (-4.06) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
Europeans Party Votes 10,712 Votes Percentage 0.49 (0.00) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
English Democrats Votes 10,142 Votes Percentage 0.46 (-0.94) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
Communities United Party Votes 6,951 Votes Percentage 0.32 (0.00) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
National Liberal Party Votes 6,736 Votes Percentage 0.31 (0.00) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
NO2EU Votes 3,804 Votes Percentage 0.17 (-0.84) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0
Harmony Party Votes 1,985 Votes Percentage 0.09 (0.00) MEPs 0 MEPs +/- 0

Latest updates London (European Parliament constituency)

Yesterday 19.01.2020


Fans disappointed by queues at first DragCon UK

Organisers apologised for queues which left some people unable to attend RuPaul's drag convention.



London gets new energy supplier

Kevin Peachey
Personal finance reporter
Image copyright Getty Images

A new energy supplier for London, backed by the city’s mayor Sadiq Khan, has been launched.

London Power is the badge on a product provided by Octopus Energy, which is designed for the capital and claims to be low-cost and renewable.

Mark Todd, of comparison service Energyhelpline said it was competitively priced, but not quite the cheapest – ranked in the top 20 among the 200 to 300 tariff options available to Londoners.

Significantly, the supplier is not a London Assembly owned business. It is a deal struck between the Mayor and the energy company – similar to other tie-ups between suppliers and councils around the country.

That means taxpayers will not be required to fund the project, as has been seen in Nottingham, where the city council recently gave a loan of £9.5m to Robin Hood Energy, which it owns, to pay a bill from regulator Ofgem.



'Woman hating' anthrax hoaxer targeted female MPs

Richard Hayes was jailed for sending packages of white powder to 16 victims, the majority women.



Mumbling Assange is refused extradition delay

The Wikileaks co-founder is fighting extradition to the US over claims he leaked government secrets.



Soldier appears in court charged with murder

A British soldier has appeared in court accused of stabbing his mother to death with a kitchen knife.

Criston Preddie, 28, allegedly attacked 46-year-old Arlene Williams at their home in north London on September 28.

He appeared at the Old Bailey today after being charged with her murder on Monday.

Judge Mark Lucraft QC set a plea hearing for 18 December and a provisional two-week trial from 16 March 2020.

Mr Preddie, of Whetstone, north London, was remanded into custody.



Theatre community room gets green light

Local Democracy Reporting Service
Image copyright STUDIO SAM CAUSER

A theatre company’s £2.4m plan to extend a community room into a communal garden at a 1930s block of council flats has been given the go-ahead.

Youth theatre company SPID Theatre (Social, Political, Innovative, Direct) plans to refurbish a ground floor community room and build another one, which will take up about 10% of the garden space at its base at Kensal House in Ladbroke Grove, in North Kensington.

Image copyright STUDIO SAM CAUSER
Image caption The tape marks the area the room would take up

Officers had recommended refusing the plan at the grade II listed building, stating the extension “would materially reduce the important amenity value of the communal”.

The scheme was opposed by 42 residents. After over an hour of hearing evidence from objectors and supporters, Kensington and Chelsea council’s planning committee approved the plans and gave listed building consent.



'This is more important than a maths lesson'

Children's activist Fatima Ibrahim explain why they're taking part in a global climate strike day.



Council-tenant Airbnb host fined £100,000

A council tenant used a fake identity to rent out his central London flat to tourists on Airbnb.



Sweltering commuters face heatwave woes

Damaged wires and a dog on the tracks contribute to travel misery amid record temperatures.



Red Sox and Yankees set for London games

All you need to know about this weekend's MLB London Series between the Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees at London Stadium.
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