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London Assembly Constituencies


Barnet & Camden

2008 Result
Conservative: 72659 (40.4%)
Labour: 52966 (29.4%)
Lib Dem: 22213 (12.3%)
Green: 16782 (9.3%)
UKIP: 3678 (2.0%)
CPA: 3536 (2.0%)
Eng Dem: 2146 (1.2%)
Left List: 2074 (1.2%)
Veritas: 510 (0.3%)
Majority: 19693 (10.9%)

2004 Result
Labour: 36121 (27.1%)
Conservative: 47640 (35.8%)
Lib Dem: 23603 (17.7%)
UKIP: 8685 (6.5%)
Green: 11921 (9%)
Respect: 5150 (3.9%)
Majority: 11519 (8.7%)

portraitCurrent Member: Brian Coleman (Conservative) born 1961. Barnet councillor since 1998. Has courted controversey by outing Ted Heath and accusing Sir Ian Blair of being drunk at public functions. Member of the London Assembly for Barnet and Camden since 2000. Holds the rotating Chairmanship of the authority along with Lib Dem member Sally Hamwee.

2008 candidates:
portraitCurrent Member: Brian Coleman (Conservative) see above.
portraitNicky Gavron (Labour) born 1945, Worcester. Educated at Worcester Girls Grammar School and the Courtauld Institute. Former lecturer. Former Haringey councillor. London Assembly member for Enfield and Haringey 2000-2004, Londonwide list member since 2004. Deputy Mayor of London from 2000-2003. She was selected as Labour’s candidate for Mayor in the 2004 Mayoral election, but stood aside after Ken Livingstone’s readmission to the party. Deputy mayor since 2004.
portraitMiranda Dunn (Green) born Putney. Former actress, now full time political activist and housewife. Contested Barnet and Camden in 2004 and 2000 London Assembly elections. COntested Finchley and Golders Green 2001. Convicted of disorderly conduct in 2007 for breaking through Treasury security cordons to shout “Gordon Bown is a war criminal”, she had previously been arrested for criminal damage to a carpet after throwing a tomato at President Bush.
portraitNick Russell (Liberal Democrat) Educated at Durham University and Oxford University. Organisation development consultant.
portraitDavid Stevens (English Democrat) born 1966.
portraitDave Hoefling (Left List)
portraitGraham Dare (Vertias) Medium and spiritualist healer. Croydon councillor 1998-2002, originally for the Conservative party but defected to the Liberal Democrats 2001. Contested Croydon South 2005 for Veritas.
Clement Adebayo (Christian Peoples Alliance and Christian Party)
Magnus Nielsen (UKIP) Educated at George Dixons Grammar School and University of London. Tour guide. Contested Holborn and St Pancras 2001, GLA elections 2004, Hampstead and Highgate 2005


Bexley & Bromley

2008 Result
Conservative: 105162 (52.6%)
Labour: 29925 (15.0%)
Lib Dem: 21240 (10.6%)
Nat Front: 11288 (5.7%)
Green: 9261 (4.6%)
UKIP: 8021 (4.0%)
Ind: 6684 (3.3%)
CPA: 4408 (2.2%)
Eng Dem: 2907 (1.5%)
Left List: 1050 (0.5%)
Majority: 75237 (37.6%)

2004 Result
Labour: 24848 (15.6%)
Conservative: 64246 (40.4%)
Lib Dem: 29992 (18.9%)
UKIP: 26793 (16.8%)
Green: 8069 (5.1%)
CPA: 3397 (2.1%)
Respect: 1673 (1.1%)
Majority: 32254 (20.3%)

portraitCurrent Member: James Cleverly (Conservative) born London. Commercial manager for a magazine publisher. TA officer. Contested Lewisham East 2005 and Lewisham mayoral election. GLA member for Bexley and Bromley since 2008.

2008 Candidates:
portraitJames Cleverly (Conservative) see above.
portraitAlex Heslop (Labour) Local government housing officer. Tower Hamlets councillor.
portraitTom Papworth (Liberal Democrat) Bromley councillor since 2007.
portraitAnn Garrett (Green) born 1942. Educated at Central School of Speech and Drama. Teacher and lecturer. Contested Bexley and Bromley in London assembly elections 2004. Contested Bromley and Chislehurst 2005, 2006 by-election.
portraitJohn Hemming-Clark (Independents to save Queen Mary’s Hospital) born 1960. Publisher. Contested Bromley and Chislehurst by-election 2006.
portraitSteven Uncles (English Democrat) born 1964. Educated at Chislehurst and Sidcup Grammar School. Interim manager. Contested South East region in 2004 European elections region. Contested Bromley and Chislehurst by-election 2006. Contested South Wales West 2007 Welsh elections.
portraitMiranda Suit (Christian Peoples Alliance and Christian Party) Founder of Mediamarch. Contested Bexley and Bromley in 2004 GLA election.
Mick Greenhough (UKIP) Contested Orpington 2005.
David Davis (Left List)
Paul Winnett (National Front) Self employed. Contested North Southwark and Bermondsey 2005, Bromley and Chislehurst by-election 2006.


Brent & Harrow

2008 Result
Labour: 57716 (36.5%)
Conservative: 56067 (35.4%)
Lib Dem: 19299 (12.2%)
Green: 10129 (6.4%)
CPA: 4180 (2.6%)
UKIP: 3021 (1.9%)
Left List: 2287 (1.4%)
Eng Dem: 2150 (1.4%)
Majority: 1649 (1.1%)

2004 Result
Labour: 35214 (30%)
Conservative: 39900 (34%)
Lib Dem: 20782 (17.7%)
UKIP: 7199 (6.1%)
Green: 6975 (5.9%)
CPA: 2734 (2.3%)
Respect: 4586 (3.9%)
Majority: 4686 (4%)

portraitCurrent Member: Navin Shah (Labour) Leader of the Labour group on Harrow council. First elected as GLA member for Brent and Harrow 2008.

2008 Candidates:
portraitBob Blackman (Conservative) Brent councillor since 1986, council leader 1991-1994, deputy leader since 2006. Member of the London Assembly for Brent and Harrow 2004-2008. Contested Brent South 1992, Bedford 1997, Brent North 2005. Will contest Harrow East at the next election.
portraitShahrar Ali (Green) Educated at UCL. Green Party London Policy Coordinator. Contested Brent East 2005. Will contest Brent Central at the next General election.
portraitJames Allie (Liberal Democrat) Solicitor. Brent councillor. Contested Brent South 2005.
portraitArvind Tailor (English Democrat) born 1964.
portraitPat McManus (Left List) Nurse. Former member of Sinn Fein and Labour.
Sunita Webb (UKIP)
portraitZena Sherman (Christian Party) Housing support worker and street pastor.


City & East

2008 Result
Labour: 63635 (34.7%)
Conservative: 32082 (17.5%)
Respect: 26760 (14.6%)
BNP: 18020 (9.8%)
Lib Dem: 13724 (7.5%)
Green: 11478 (6.3%)
CPA: 7306 (4.0%)
UKIP: 3078 (1.7%)
Nat Front: 2350 (1.3%)
Left List: 2274 (1.2%)
Eng Dem: 2048 (1.1%)
Ind: 701 (0.4%)
Majority: 31553 (17.2%)

2004 Result
Labour: 38085 (29.1%)
Conservative: 23749 (18.1%)
Lib Dem: 18255 (13.9%)
UKIP: 17997 (13.7%)
Green: 8687 (6.6%)
CPA: 4461 (3.4%)
Respect: 19675 (15%)
Majority: 14336 (11%)

portraitCurrent Member: John Biggs (Labour) Non practicising lawyer. Former lab technician and systems analyst. Former leader of Tower Hamlets council. London Assembly member for City and East since 2000.

2008 Candidates:
portraitJohn Biggs (Labour) see above.
portraitPhil Briscoe (Conservative) Runs a public affairs company. Tower Hamlets councillor.
portraitHanif Abdulmuhit (Respect) Self employed project manager. Newham councillor since 2006
portrait Michael Gavan (Left List) Candidate from the SWP faction of Respect. UNISON branch chair in Newham, currently the focus of industrial action by the union after his dismissal by the council.
portraitHeather Finlay (Green)
portraitRajonuddin Jalal (Liberal Democrat) Regeneration officer. Tower Hamlets councillor 1990-1998.
portraitBob Bailey (BNP) Former royal marine. Barking and Dagenham councillor since 2006. Also contesting London list.
portraitJohn Griffiths (English Democrat) born 1947, London. Former civil servant, now an information officer.
portraitTom Conquest (Christian Peoples Alliance and Christian Party) born 1985.
portraitMichael McGough Contested Chingford and Woodford Green 2005.
Graham Kemp (National Front) Contested Feltham and Heston 2005
Julie Crawford (Independent) meat processing worker. Standing for the Communist League.


Croydon & Sutton

2008 Results
Conservative: 76477 (43.3%)
Labour: 33812 (19.2%)
Lib Dem: 32335 (18.3%)
UKIP: 9440 (5.4%)
Green: 8969 (5.1%)
CPA: 6910 (3.9%)
Eng Dem: 4186 (2.4%)
Left List: 1361 (0.8%)
Majority: 42665 (24.2%)

2004 Result
Labour: 25861 (19.1%)
Conservative: 52330 (38.6%)
Lib Dem: 28636 (21.1%)
UKIP: 15203 (11.2%)
Green: 6175 (4.6%)
CPA: 4234 (3.1%)
Respect: 3108 (2.3%)
Majority: 23694 (17.5%)

portraitCurrent Member: Steve O’Connell (Conservative) born 1956, Dulwich. Educated at Brockley County Grammar. Former bank manager. Croydon councillor since 2002. Deputy leader of Croydon council. GLA member for Croydon and Sutton since 2008

2008 candidates:
portraitShafi Khan (Labour) born Bangladesh. Educated at Dhaka University with a doctorate from Moscow Civil Engineering University. Maths lecturer. Croydon councillor since 1994.
portraitSteve O’Connell (Conservative) see above
portraitShasha Khan (Green) Director in a family business and runs a dance music record label. Contested Croydon North 2005. Will contest Croydon North at next election.
portraitAbigail Lock (Liberal Democrat) Sutton councillor. Parliamentary officer for Scope.
portraitRichard Castle (English Democrat) born 1966, Carshalton. Educated at Stanley Park secondary. Train driver. London co-ordinator for Fathers 4 Justice.
portraitDavid Campanale (Christian Peoples Alliance and Christian Party) Founding chairman and former President of the CPA. Contested Londonwide list in 2000 and 2004 GLA elections. Former SDP member and Kingston councillor.
portraitDavid Pickles Sutton councillor, defected from the Conservatives in 2007.
Zana Hussain (Left List)


Ealing & Hillingdon

2008 Results
Conservative: 74710 (42.2%)
Labour: 46072 (26.0%)
Lib Dem: 18004 (10.2%)
Green: 12606 (7.1%)
Nat Front: 7939 (4.5%)
CPA: 5100 (2.9%)
UKIP: 4465 (2.5%)
Left List: 2390 (1.4%)
Eng Dem: 1853 (1.1%)
Majority: 28638 (16.2%)

2004 Result
Labour: 34214 (24.5%)
Conservative: 45230 (32.4%)
Lib Dem: 23440 (16.8%)
UKIP: 14698 (10.5%)
Green: 9395 (6.7%)
CPA: 3024 (2.2%)
Respect: 4229 (3%)
Independent: 5285 (3.8%)
Majority: 23694 (17%)

portraitCurrent Member: Richard Barnes (Conservative) born Peterborough. Educated at the University of Wales. Hillingdon councillor since 1982. London Assembly member for Ealing and Hillingdon since 2000.

2008 candidates:
portraitRichard Barnes (Conservative) see above
portraitRanjit Dheer (Labour) Former Chair of Ealing’s Race Equality council. Ealing councillor. Deputy leader of the Labour group on Ealing council.
portraitNigel Bakhai (Liberal Democrat) born 1971, Shoreham. Educated at Brighton College and the University of Bradford. Equipment Demand Planner for Xerox. Contested Ealing Southall 2005 and 2007 by-election.
portraitSarah Edwards (Green) Works for Victim Support. Contested Ealing and Hillingdon in 2004 London Assembly election. Contested Ealing Southall 2005.
portraitSati Chaggar (English Democrat) born Nairobi, 1961. Owns a car repair business. Contested Ealing Southall by-election 2007.
portraitSalvinder Dhillon (Left List) Contested Ealing and Hillingdon in 2004 London Assembly election. Contested Ealing Southall as an Independent in 2001, for Respect in 2007 by-election.
portraitLynnda Robson (UKIP) Researcher for Gerard Batten
Ian Edward (National Front) Contested Ruislip-Northwood 2005.
portraitMary Boyle (Christian Party) Radiographer at Hillingdon hospital. Has worked with the Simon Community and COPE foundation.


Enfield & Haringey

2008 Results
Labour: 52665 (32.5%)
Conservative: 51263 (31.7%)
Lib Dem: 23550 (14.6%)
Green: 12473 (7.7%)
CPA: 5779 (3.6%)
Left List: 5639 (3.5%)
UKIP: 4682 (2.9%)
Eng Dem: 2282 (1.4%)
Majority: 1402 (0.8%)

2004 Result
Labour: 33955 (29.2%)
Conservative: 32381 (27.9%)
Lib Dem: 19720 (17%)
UKIP: 10652 (9.2%)
Green: 10310 (8.9%)
CPA: 2365 (2%)
Respect: 6855 (5.9%)
Majority: 1574 (1.4%)

portraitCurrent Member: Joanne McCartney (Labour) Barrister. Enfield councillor from 1998-2006. London Assembly member for Enfield and Haringey since 2004.

2008 candidates:
portraitJoanne McCartney (Labour) see above.
portraitMatthew Laban (Conservative) Teacher. Enfield councillor.
portraitMonica Whyte (Liberal Democrat) Barrister. Haringey councillor. Also contested Londonwide list.
portraitPete McAskie (Green) Green party management co-ordinator. Contested Tottenham 2005.
portraitTeresa Cannon (English Democrat) born 1957. Regional Manager
portraitSegun Johnson (Christian Peoples Alliance and Christian Party) Pastor at Liberty church London.
portraitSait Akgul (Left List) former Chairman of the Kurdish Federation UK. Contested Enfield and Haringey & Londonwide list in 2004 London elections.
portraitBrian Hall (UKIP) Cab driver. Contested Brent East by-election 2003, Enfield and Haringey 2004 GLA elections, Enfield Southgate 2005


Greenwich & Lewisham

2008 Results
Labour: 53174 (35.6%)
Conservative: 37040 (24.8%)
Lib Dem: 18174 (12.2%)
Green: 15607 (10.5%)
Nat Front: 8509 (5.7%)
CPA: 5079 (3.4%)
UKIP: 3910 (2.6%)
Left List: 2045 (1.4%)
Eng Dem: 1716 (1.2%)
Soc Alt: 1587 (1.1%)
Majority: 16134 (10.8%)

2004 Result
Labour: 36251 (33.3%)
Conservative: 22168 (20.4%)
Lib Dem: 19183 (17.6%)
UKIP: 13454 (12.4%)
Green: 11271 (10.4%)
CPA: 3619 (3.3%)
Respect: 2825 (2.6%)
Majority: 14083 (12.9%)

portraitCurrent Member: Len Duvall (Labour) Former leader of Greenwich council. Member of the London Assembly for Greenwich and Lewisham since 2000. Chair of the Labour group and the Metropolitan Police Authority. Awarded the OBE in 1998.

2008 candidates:
portraitLen Duvall (Labour) see above.
portraitAndy Jennings (Conservative) Chartered accountant. Greenwich councillor since 2006.
portraitBrian Robson (Liberal Democrat) born Sunderland. Educated at Leeds University. Lewisham councillor since 2006.
portraitSue Luxton (Green) English teacher. Lewisham councillor. Contested Greenwich and Lewisham in 2004 London elections.
portraitJoanna Munilla (English Democrat) born 1969. Busker.
portraitChris Flood (Socialist Alternative) Psychiatric nurse.
portraitSteven Hammond (Christian Peoples Alliance and Christian Party) Ordained lay minister. Works in property finance and management. President of the CPA. Contested GLA elections 2004, West Ham 2005.
portraitArnold Tarling (UKIP) Accountant. Contested Lewisham East 2005.
Tess Culnane (National Front) Contested 2004 GLA election and European election for the BNP.
Jennifer Jones (Left List)


Lambeth & Southwark

2008 Results
Labour: 60601 (36.4%)
Lib Dem: 36953 (22.2%)
Conservative: 32835 (19.7%)
Green: 18011 (10.8%)
CPA:4432 (2.7%)
UKIP: 3012 (1.8%)
Left List: 1956 (1.2%)
Eng Dem: 1867 (1.1%)
Animals Count: 1828 (1.1%)
Socialist: 1588 (1.0%)
Majority: 23648 (14.2%)

2004 Result
Labour: 36280 (31.9%)
Conservative: 17379 (15.3%)
Lib Dem: 30805 (27.1%)
UKIP: 8776 (7.7%)
Green: 11900 (10.5%)
CPA: 3655 (3.2%)
Respect: 4930 (4.3%)
Majority: 5475 (4.8%)

portraitCurrent Member: Valerie Shawcross (Labour) Former Croydon councillor (1994-2000) and leader of Croydon council. London Assembly member for Lambeth and Southwark since 2000. Chair of the London Fire and Emergency Planning Authority. Awarded the CBE in 2002.

2008 candidates:
portraitVal Shawcross (Labour) see above.
portraitShirley Houghton (Conservative) Chartered accountant. Tower Hamlets councillor since 2006.
portraitCaroline Pidgeon (Liberal Democrat) educated at Thornden Secondary and the University of Wales Aberystwyth. Political researcher and communications manager. Southwark councillor since 1998. Deputy leader of Southwark council 2002-2004. Contested Lambeth and Southwark in 2004 GLA elections. Contested Dulwich and West Norwood 2001. Will contest Vauxhall at the next general election. Also contesting Londonwide list.
portraitShane Collins (Green) Contested Streatham 2005.
portraitJanus Polenceus (English Democrat) born 1983. Educated at St Michael’s Secondary School, Bermondsey. Actor. Contested Vauxhall 2005.
portraitJens Winton (UKIP) Police communications officer. Contested Lewisham West 2005.
portraitJasmijn De Boo (Animals Count) Educated at Scholengemeenschap Godelinde, Naarden and Van Hall Institute, Leeuwarden. Education and Training Co-ordinator at the World Society for the Protection for Animals. Leader of Animals Count party
portraitKatt Young (Left List) Manager of a Southall Community Centre.
Daniel Lambert (Socialist Party) Contested Vauxhall 2005
portraitGeoffrey Macharia (Christian Peoples Alliance) Legal representative and chair of HEAL, an HIV, homelessness and immigration charity.


Merton & Wandsworth

2008 Results
Conservative: 75103 (43.9%)
Labour: 48810 (28.6%)
Lib Dem: 17187 (10.0%)
Green: 14124 (8.3%)
UKIP: 4286 (2.5%)
CPA: 4053 (2.4%)
Eng Dem: 2160 (1.3%)
Left List: 1714 (1.0%)
Majority: 26293 (15.4%)

2004 Result
Labour: 31417 (25.3%)
Conservative: 48295 (38.8%)
Lib Dem: 17864 (14.4%)
UKIP: 8327 (6.7%)
Green: 10163 (8.2%)
CPA: 2782 (2.2%)
Respect: 4291 (3.4%)
Independent: 1240 (1%)
Majority: 16878 (13.6%)

portraitCurrent Member: Richard Tracey (Conservative) born 1943. Educated at King Edward VI School, Stratford upon Avon and Birmingham University. Journalist. MP for Surbiton 1983-1997. Contested Kingston and Surbiton 1997. GLA member for Merton and Wandsworth since 2008.

Candidates:
portraitRichard Tracey (Conservative) see above.
portraitLeonie Cooper (Labour) Housing association officer. Wandsworth councillor. Contested Hornchurch 1992.
portraitRoy Vickery (Green) Natural history museum curator.
portraitShas Sheehan (Liberal Democrat) born Lahore, Pakistan. Educated at Rosa Bassett Grammar School and UCL. Former advertising planner. Richmond upon Thames councillor.
portraitSteve Scott (English Democrat)born 1970.
portraitStrachan McDonald (UKIP) Self-employed in the telecoms business. Contested Tooting 2005.
portraitKris Stewart (Left List)
Ellen Greco (Christian Peoples Alliance and Christian Party) Special Needs Co-ordinator. Contested GLA elections 2000 and 2004.


Havering & Redbridge

2008 Results
Conservative: 78493 (47.7%)
Labour: 35468 (21.5%)
Lib Dem: 12443 (7.6%)
UKIP: 12203 (7.4%)
Green: 9126 (5.5%)
Eng Dem: 6487 (3.9%)
CPA: 5533 (3.4%)
Ind: 3450 (2.1%)
Left List: 1473 (0.9%)
Majority: 43025 (26.1%)

2004 Result
Labour: 28017 (21.6%)
Conservative: 44723 (34.5%)
Lib Dem: 13646 (10.5%)
UKIP: 18397 (14.2%)
Green: 6009 (4.6%)
CPA: 2917 (2.3%)
Respect: 5185 (4%)
Independent: 1597 (1.2%)
Residents: 6925 (5.4%)
Third Way: 2031 (1.6%)
Majority: 16706 (12.9%)

portraitCurrent Member: Roger Evans (Conservative) born 1964, Lancashire. Barrister. Former Waltham Forest councillor and Conservative group leader. Havering councillor since 2006. London Assembly member for Havering and Redbridge since 2000. Deputy leader of the Conservative group.

2008 Candidates:
portraitRoger Evans (Conservative) see above.
portraitBalvinder Saund (Labour) Redbridge councillor.
portraitFarrukh Islam (Liberal Democrat) Chartered accountant. Redbridge councillor.
portraitAshley Gunstock (Green) Former actor in ITV’s the Bill, now an English teacher. Contested Finchley and Golders Green 1997, Leyton and Wanstead 2001, 2005.
portraitLeo Brookes (English Democrat) born 1949, Tidworth. Civil servant.
portraitLawrence Webb (UKIP) UKIP London regional organiser. Contested Hornchurch 2005.
portraitCarole Vincent (Left List) born 1954. Former health worker. Contestant in Big Brother 8, finishing fifth.
portraitPaula Warren (Christian Peoples Alliance and Christian Party) Member of the Christian Party. Runs a business selling festive decorations.
Peter Thorogood (Independent)


South West

2008 Result
Conservative: 76913 (40.2%)
Lib Dem: 49985 (26.1%)
Labour: 30190 (15.8%)
Green: 12774 (6.7%)
Nat Front: 4754 (2.5%)
UKIP: 3779 (2.0%)
CPA: 3718 (1.9%)
Free England: 2908 (1.5%)
Eng Dem: 1874 (1.0%)
Left List: 1526 (0.8%)
Majority: 26928 (14.1%)

2004 Result
Labour: 25225 (17%)
Conservative: 48858 (33%)
Lib Dem: 44791 (30.3%)
UKIP: 12477 (8.4%)
Green: 9866 (6.7%)
CPA: 3008 (2%)
Respect: 3785 (2.6%)
Majority: 4067 (2.7%)

portraitCurrent Member: Tony Arbour (Conservative) born 1945. Educated at Surbiton County Grammar School and Kingston college of Technology. Barrister and former lecturer. Richmond councillor since 1968 and leader of the council from 2002-2006. GLC councillor for Surbiton 1983-1986. London assembly member for South West since 2000.

2008 candidates:
portraitCurrent Member: Tony Arbour (Conservative) see above.
portraitStephen Knight (Liberal Democrat) Educated at Oxford and Southampton universities. Liberal Democrat political advisor at London Councils. Richmond councillor since 1998, deputy leader of Richmond council.
portraitAnsuya Sodha (Labour) Contested West Central in 2004 London assembly elections. Barnet councillor.
portraitJohn Hunt (Green) born Croydon. Educated at Oxford, Essex and Queen May College London. Nurse.
portraitRoger Cooper (English Democrat) born 1945, Hertfordshire. Catering consultant.
portraitAndrew Constantine (Free England) Banker. Contested Newport West in 2007 Welsh elections for the English Democrats. Originally selected as lead candidate in the English Democrat list, but resigned from the party to found the Free England party.
portraitSue May (Christian Peoples Alliance and Christian Party) Works for a housing association. CPA deputy mayoral candidate and GLA candidate 2000 and 2004.
portraitTansy Hoskins (Left List) GLA candidate in 2004.
portraitPeter Dul (UKIP) Claims executive for an indemnity association. Chairman of the Anti-Common Market League. Contested Richmond Park 2005.
Andrew Cripps (National Front)


West Central

2008 Results
Conservative: 86651 (52.1%)
Labour: 35270 (21.2%)
Green: 16874 (10.1%)
Lib Dem: 15934 (9.6%)
UKIP: 3060 (1.8%)
Eng Dem: 1858 (1.1%)
Left List: 1630 (1.0%)
Ind: 962 (0.6%)
Majority: 51381 (30.9%)

2004 Result
Labour: 21940 (18.9%)
Conservative: 51884 (44.7%)
Lib Dem: 17478 (15.1%)
UKIP: 7219 (6.2%)
Green: 10762 (9.3%)
CPA: 1993 (1.7%)
Respect: 4825 (4.2%)
Majority: 29944 (25.8%)

portraitCurrent Member: Kit Malthouse (Conservative) born 1966. Former deputy leader of Westminster council. GLA member for West Central since 2008.

Candidates:
portrait Kit Malthouse (Conservative) see above.
portraitMurad Qureshi (Labour) Westminster councillor 1998-2006. Londonwide assembly member since 2004
portraitMerlene Emerson (Liberal Democrat) born Singapore. Educated at Kings College. Former corporate lawyer.
portraitJulia Stephenson (Green) author and journalist. Contested Kensington and Chelsea 2001, 2005. Contested West Central 2004.
portraitAlex Vaughan (English Democrat) born 1974. Educated at North West Kent College. Utilities Safety Manager
portraitExplo Nani-Kofi (Left List)
portraitAbby Dharamsey (Independent) born Tanganyika. Accountant and management consultant, currently operating a mobile estate agency network. Unsuccessfully bid to run the national lottery in 2000. Gaoled for 13 months in 1993 for mortgage deception after the collapse of his Sentana pools company. Contested Regent’s Park and Kensington North 2005.
Paul Wiffen (UKIP)


North East

2008 Result
Labour: 73551 (38.0%)
Conservative: 45114 (23.3%)
Lib Dem: 28973 (15.0%)
Green: 25845 (13.3%)
Left List: 6019 (3.1%)
UKIP: 5349 (2.8%)
CPA: 5323 (2.8%)
Eng Dem: 3637 (1.9%)
Majority: 28437 (14.7%)

2004 Result
Labour: 37380 (29.1%)
Conservative: 23264 (18.1%)
Lib Dem: 24042 (18.7%)
UKIP: 11459 (8.9%)
Green: 16739 (13%)
CPA: 3219 (2.5%)
Respect: 11184 (8.7%)
Communist: 1378 (1.1%)
Majority: 13338 (10.4%)

portraitCurrent Member: Jennette Arnold (Labour) born Monserrat. List member of the London assembly from 2000, after the resignation of David Lammy. London Assembly member for the North East since 2004.

2008 Candidates:
portraitJennette Arnold (Labour) see above.
portraitAlexander Ellis (Conservative)
portraitMeral Ece (Liberal Democrat) Hackney councillor 1994-2002. Islington councillor since 2002. Contested Hackey North and Stoke Newington 2001.
portraitAled Dilwyn Fisher (Green) LSE student.
portraitJohn Dodds (English Democrat) born 1936.
portraitMaxine Zola Hargreaves (Christian Party)
Nicholas Jones (UKIP)

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