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London assembly election 2008

Barnet and Camden Brent and Harrow Ealing and Hillingdon South west Croydon and Sutton Bexley and Bromley Greenwich and Lewisham Lambeth and Southwark City and east North east Havering and Redbridge Enfield and Haringley West central Merton and Wandsworth

Assembly Results - After 14 out of 14 constituencies declared.

Conservative - 11 SEATS (CHANGE: 2)
Member Constituency / Top-up
James Cleverly Bexley & Bromley
Richard Barnes Ealing & Hillingdon
Richard Tracey Merton & Wandsworth
Steve O'Connell Croydon & Sutton
Tony Arbour South West
Kit Malthouse West Central
Brian Coleman Barnet & Camden
Roger Evans Havering & Redbridge
Andrew Boff Top-Up
Victoria Borwick Top-Up
Gareth Bacon Top-Up

Labour - 8 SEATS (CHANGE: 1)
Member Constituency / Top-up
Navin Shah Brent & Harrow
John Biggs City & East
Jeanette Arnold North East
Val Shawcross Lambeth & Southwark
Joanne McCartney Enfield & Haringey
Len Duvall Greenwich & Lewisham
Nicky Gavron Top-Up
Murad Qureshi Top-Up

Liberal Democrat - 3 SEATS (CHANGE: -2)
Member Constituency / Top-up
Michael Tuffrey Top-Up
Dee Doocey Top-Up
Caroline Pidgeon Top-Up

Green - 2 SEATS (CHANGE: 0)
Member Constituency / Top-up
Jenny Jones Top-Up
Darren Johnson Top-Up

British National Party - 1 SEATS (CHANGE: 1)
Member Constituency / Top-up
Richard Barnbrook Top-Up


Top-up Voting by party
Party Votes Vote % % +/- since 2004
Conservative Party 835,535 34.63% 3.51%
The Labour Party 665,443 27.58% 0.32%
Liberal Democrats 275,272 11.41% -6.88%
Green Party 203,465 8.43% -0.89%
British National Party 130,714 5.42% 0.16%
The Christian Choice 70,294 2.91% **
Abolish the Congestion Charge 63,596 2.64% **
Respect (George Galloway) 59,721 2.48% -2.09%
UK Independence Party 46,617 1.93% -6.25%
English Democrats 25,569 1.06% **
Left List 22,583 0.94% **
Unity for Peace & Socialism 6,394 0.27% **
Independent (Rathy Alagaratnam) 3,974 0.16% **
One London (Leader Damian Hockney) 3,430 0.14% **
(** Did not run in 2004)

Full turnout and technical information is available at the London Elects website.

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