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'T-U' means candidates elected from the party lists. 'Const' means elected in a constituency.
Labour  
Party Candidate Elected
Trevor Phillips T-U
Samantha Heath T-U
David Lammy T-U
Jeanette Arnold  
Joe Docherty  
Diana Johnson  
Abdul Asad  
Pam Wharfe  
Talal Karim  
Katy Thorne  
Navin Shah  
 
Liberal Democrats  
Party Candidate Elected
Sally Hamwee T-U
Graham Tope T-U
Lynne Featherstone T-U
Louise Bloom T-U
Mike Tuffrey  
Geoff Pope  
Meher Khan  
Duncan Borrowman  
Chris Noyce  
Monroe Palmer  
Meral Ece  
 
Green  
Party Candidate Elected
Darren Johnson T-U
Victor Anderson T-U
Jenny Jones T-U
Noel Lynch  
Shane Collins  
Hilary Jago  
Ashley Gunstock  
John Street  
Jayne Forbes  
Simone Aspis  
Catherine Mukhopadhyay  
 
UKIP  
Party Candidate Elected
Damian Hockney  
Christopher Pratt  
Anthony van der Elst  
Anthony Scholefield  
Gregory Sylsz  
John de Roeck  
Robert Bryant  
Gerald Roberts  
James Feisenberger  
Mark Lester  
Penelope Weald  
Conservative  
Party Candidate Elected
Bob Neill Const
Eric Ollerenshaw T-U
Syed Kamall  
Rhodri Harris  
Roger Evans Const
Tony Arbour Const
Andrew Pelling Const
Irene Kimm  
Elizabeth Howlett Const
Lurline Champagnie  
Richard Barnes Const
Victoria Borwick  
Bernard Gentry  
Michael Flynn  
Patti Komlosty  
Bob Blackman  
Peter Forrest  
Diane Henry  
Robert Moreland  
Harry Stokes  
Piers Wauchope  
David Williams  
Cheryl Potter  
 
London Socialist Alliance  
Party Candidate Elected
Paul Foot  
Greg Tucker  
Janine Booth  
Christine Blower  
Theresa Bennett  
Anne Murphy  
Kate Ford  
Tobias Abse  
Jean Kysow  
George Taylor  
Mark Steel  
 
Socialist Labour Party  
Party Candidate Elected
Arthur Scargill  
Amanda Rose  
Harpal Brar  
Margaret Sharkey  
Hardev Dhillon  
Nicola Hoarau  
Geoff Palmer  
Novjoy Brar  
Robert Siggins  
Ella Rule  
John Hayball  
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