Friday, May 02, 2008

Constituency results

Barnet and Camden
Tories and Labour up, Lib Dems down. Veritas managed to stop the Left List coming last here.

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
Brian Coleman Conservative Party 72,659 40.36% 19,693
Nicky Gavron The Labour Party 52,966 29.42%
Nick Russell Liberal Democrats 22,213 12.34%
Miranda Dunn Green Party 16,782 9.32%
Magnus Nielsen UK Independence Party 3,678 2.04%
Clement Adebayo Christian Peoples Alliance 3,536 1.96%
David Stevens English Democrats 2,146 1.19%
Dave Hoefling Left List 2,074 1.15%
Graham Dare Veritas 510 0.28%


Bexley and Bromley

Massive increase in Tory vote (12.82%), Lib Dems down just over 7%, UKIP down over 12%. Awful, awful NF vote.

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
James Cleverly Conservative Party 105,162 51.83% 75,237
Alex Heslop The Labour Party 29,925 14.75%
Tom Papworth Liberal Democrats 21,244 10.47%
Paul Winnett National Front 11,288 5.56%
Ann Garrett Green Party 9,261 4.56%
Mick Greenhough UK Independence Party 8,021 3.95%
John Hemming-Clark Independents to Save Queen Mary's Hospital 6,684 3.29%
Miranda Suit Christian Peoples Alliance 4,408 2.17%
Steven Uncles English Democrats 2,907 1.43%
David Davis Left List 1,050 0.52%

Brent and Harrow
Labour up 8%, Tories up 3%, Lib Dems down 4%.

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
Navin Shah The Labour Party 57,716 36.45% 1,649
Bob Blackman Conservative Party 56,067 35.41%
James Allie Liberal Democrats 19,299 12.19%
Shahrar Ali Green Party 10,129 6.40%
Zena Sherman Christian Peoples Alliance 4,180 2.64%
Sunita Webb UK Independence Party 3,021 1.91%
Pat McManus Left List 2,287 1.44%
Arvind Tailor English Democrats 2,150 1.36%


City and East

Labour up 7%, UKIP down 10%, Lid Dems down 5%. Respect coming third here is pretty impressive although I think they'll need to improve on this 14.28% come the general election. Interesting that this is such a strong BNP area too.

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
John Biggs The Labour Party 63,635 33.97% 31,553
Philip Briscoe Conservative Party 32,082 17.12%
Hanif Abdulmuhit Respect (George Galloway) 26,760 14.28%
Robert Bailey British National Party 18,020 9.62%
Rajonuddin Jalal Liberal Democrats 13,724 7.33%
Heather Finlay Green Party 11,478 6.13%
Thomas Conquest Christian Peoples Alliance 7,306 3.90%
Michael McGough UK Independence Party 3,078 1.64%
Graham Kemp National Front 2,350 1.25%
Michael Gavan Left List 2,274 1.21%
John Griffiths English Democrats 2,048 1.09%
Julie Crawford Independent 701 0.37%

Croydon and Sutton
Tories up, Lib Dems and UKIP down

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
Stephen O'Connell Conservative Party 76,477 43.34% 42,665
Shafi Khan The Labour Party 33,812 19.16%
Abigail Lock Liberal Democrats 32,335 18.32%
David Pickles UK Independence Party 9,440 5.35%
Shasha Khan Green Party 8,969 5.08%
David Campanale Christian Peoples Alliance 6,910 3.92%
Richard Castle English Democrats 4,186 2.37%
Zana Hussain Left List 1,361 0.77%

Ealing and Hillingdon
Almost 12% increase for the Tories, Lib Dem and UKIP flop. I'm intrigued by Sati Chaggar of the English Democrats. Hmmm.

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
Richard Barnes Conservative Party 74,710 42.23% 28,638
Ranjit Dheer The Labour Party 46,072 26.04%
Nigel Bakhai Liberal Democrats 18,004 10.18%
Sarah Edwards Green Party 12,606 7.13%
Ian Edward National Front 7,939 4.49%
Mary Boyle Christian Peoples Alliance 5,100 2.88%
Lynnda Robson UK Independence Party 4,465 2.52%
Salvinder Dhillon Left List 2,390 1.35%
Sati Chaggar English Democrats 1,853 1.05%


Enfield and Haringey
Labour and Tories up, Lib Dems and UKIP down - and the Greens a touch, which is a shame because Pete McAskie is a very nice man.

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
Joanne McCartney The Labour Party 52,665 32.54% 1,402
Matthew Laban Conservative Party 51,263 31.68%
Monica Whyte Liberal Democrats 23,550 14.55%
Pete McAskie Green Party 12,473 7.71%
Segun Johnson Christian Peoples Alliance 5,779 3.57%
Sait Akgul Left List 5,639 3.48%
Brian Hall UK Independence Party 4,682 2.89%
Teresa Cannon English Democrats 2,282 1.41%


Greenwich and Lewisham
Labour and Tories up, UKIP down. Well done Sue.

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
Len Duvall The Labour Party 53,174 35.63% 16,134
Andy Jennings Conservative Party 37,040 24.82%
Brian Robson Liberal Democrats 18,174 12.18%
Susan Luxton Green Party 15,607 10.46%
Tess Culnane National Front 8,509 5.70%
Stephen Hammond Christian Peoples Alliance 5,079 3.40%
Arnold Tarling UK Independence Party 3,910 2.62%
Jennifer Jones Left List 2,045 1.37%
Johanna Munilla English Democrats 1,716 1.15%
Chris Flood Socialist Alternative 1,587 1.06%

Havering and Redbridge
Greens increased by more than 1%, Tories up 14%, Lib Dems down 2%, UKIP down 6%. There's only one left candidate that I actually *wanted* to do badly and it was Carole Vincent - who has polled a miserable 0.88%. It's a complete travesty that a political organisation should be touting someone around purely on the basis of having been on Big Brother. Mind you Ashley gunstock was on The Bill.

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
Roger Evans Conservative Party 78,493 46.74% 43,025
Balvinder Saund The Labour Party 35,468 21.12%
Farrukh Islam Liberal Democrats 12,443 7.41%
Lawrence Webb UK Independence Party 12,203 7.27%
Ashley Gunstock Green Party 9,126 5.43%
Leo Brookes English Democrats 6,487 3.86%
Paula Warren Christian Peoples Alliance and Christian Party 5,533 3.29%
Dr Peter Thorogood Independent 3,450 2.05%
Carole Vincent Left List 1,473 0.88%


Lambeth and Southwark
Increase in Tory and Labour vote plus modest increase in Green vote too. UKIP and Liberals are the losers again. The Socialist Party here is not to be confused with the Socialist Alternative, although I'll allow others to explain the difference.

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
Valerie Shawcross The Labour Party 60,601 36.43% 23,648
Caroline Pidgeon Liberal Democrats 36,953 22.22%
Shirley Houghton Conservative Party 32,835 19.74%
Shane Collins Green Party 18,011 10.83%
Geoffrey Macharia Christian Peoples Alliance 4,432 2.66%
Jens Winton UK Independence Party 3,012 1.81%
Katt Young Left List 1,956 1.18%
Janus Polenceus English Democrats 1,867 1.12%
Jasmijn De Boo Animals Count 1,828 1.10%
Daniel Lambert The Socialist Party 1,588 0.95%


Merton and Wandsworth
Labour and Tories up, UKIP and Liberals down

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
Richard Tracey Conservative Party 75,103 43.93% 26,293
Leonie Cooper The Labour Party 48,810 28.55%
Shas Sheehan Liberal Democrats 17,187 10.05%
Roy Vickery Green Party 14,124 8.26%
Strachan McDonald UK Independence Party 4,286 2.51%
Ellen Greco Christian Peoples Alliance 4,053 2.37%
Steve Scott English Democrats 2,160 1.26%
Kris Stewart Left List 1,714 1.00%

North East
Tories up 6%, Labour up 10%, Lib Dems down 2%, Greens up a bit. Unjum Mirza here geting the second highest Left List vote - I'm pleased for him because he's a splendid chap - very sound and rational.

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
Jennette Arnold The Labour Party 73,551 37.17% 28,437
Alexander Ellis Conservative Party 45,114 22.80%
Meral Ece Liberal Democrats 28,973 14.64%
Aled Fisher Green Party 25,845 13.06%
Unjum Mirza Left List 6,019 3.04%
Nicholas Jones UK Independence Party 5,349 2.70%
Maxine Hargreaves Christian Peoples Alliance 5,323 2.69%
John Dodds English Democrats 3,637 1.84%

South West
Tories up, Lib Dems and UKIP down. And what, might I ask is the Free England Party - you can't just give England away, we should only sell her dearly!

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
Tony Arbour Conservative Party 76,913 40.15% 26,928
Stephen Knight Liberal Democrats 49,985 26.09%
Ansuya Sodha The Labour Party 30,190 15.76%
John Hunt Green Party 12,774 6.67%
Andrew Cripps National Front 4,754 2.48%
Peter Dul UK Independence Party 3,779 1.97%
Sue May Christian Peoples Alliance 3,718 1.94%
Andrew Constantine Free England Party 2,908 1.52%
Roger Cooper English Democrats 1,874 0.98%
Tansy Hoskins Left List 1,526 0.80%

West Central
Greens up 1.5%, Tories up by 10%, Lib Dems and UKIP down. What a cool name, Explo!

Candidate Party Votes Votes % Majority
Kit Malthouse Conservative Party 86,651 52.08% 51,381
Murad Qureshi The Labour Party 35,270 21.20%
Julia Stephenson Green Party 16,874 10.14%
Merlene Emerson Liberal Democrats 15,934 9.58%
Paul Wiffen UK Independence Party 3,060 1.84%
Alex Vaughan English Democrats 1,858 1.12%
Explo Nani-Kofi Left List 1,630 0.98%
Abby Dharamsey Independent 962 0.58%

8 comments:

Chris Hyland said...

Are the list votes being announced as they come in or when they are all counted?

Jim Jay said...

Haven't seen any list results yet (which obviously we're most interested in) although have seen some Mayoral stuff - not enough to make any real sense of though

http://results.londonelects.org.uk

Chris Hyland said...

Ok. Just looking at the results that are in at the moment I'm slightly worried that we're going to increase our votes but not necessarily our percentage due to the high(er) turnout caused by the Ken and Boris show. But I guess the constituency results might not reflect the list results.

Jim Jay said...

We did have a propaganda drive on the peach paper (list) so it may be that is up slightly although I suspect the "swing" will be similar - which would mean 2 assembly members - I'm thinking the BNP has not made it

scott redding said...

I'd add here that Greenwich and Lewisham, Lambeth, and North East were the constituencies where the Green candidate came above 10%, and Sian Berry was above 4%. Sian was 3.3% in West Central.

weggis said...

"Mind you Ashley gunstock was on The Bill"

I have also seen Ashley play "the Devil" rather too convincingly for my liking :)

Duncan Money said...

Interesting that this is such a strong BNP area too.

City and East includes Barking and Dagenham, big BNP area, and Tower Hamlets, Respect stronghold.

Suz said...

Brilliant graphics

Think you could have a go at anaylising and explaining all the spoilt ballots as well also with visual graphics.

Many bloggers are getting their knickers in a twist about it.