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General election 2019: What questions do you have?

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Image caption Londoners voted overwhelmingly in favour of Remain

On 12 December the UK will go to the polls for the third time since 2015.

Londoners will be asked to choose 73 members of parliament for the new term.

In the last election, Labour enjoyed a success in London with the party managing to unseat two Tory ministers while also winning marginal seats.

The night also saw the return of the Liberal Democrat stronghold in the south-west London.

During the referendum, the capital city bucked the national trend and voted overwhelmingly to remain in the EU. Barking and Dagenham, Bexley, Sutton, Havering and Hillingdon were the only areas to support Brexit.

Aside from Brexit, housing, crime, the environment and the cost of living are just some of the subjects likely to be of concern to people in the capital.

Get in touch

So we want to know what questions you have about the election or local issues that matter to you.

If you have questions then ask us and we will try to answer them.

Here are some of the questions we have already answered:

Use the form below to send us your questions and we could be in touch.

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