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BARKING and DAGENHAM, BARKING [1]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199753,45861.7Mrs. M.E. Hodge
K.R. Langford
M.J.P. Marsh
C.E. Taylor
M.C. Tolman
D.F. Mearns
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
BNP
PLA
21,698
5,802
3,128
1,283
894
159
15,896



*
*
*
65.8
17.6
9.5
3.9
2.7
0.5
48.2
+13.6
-16.3
-4.4
200155,22945.5
Mrs. M.E. Hodge
M.R. Weatherley
A.K.S. Keppetipola
M.C. Tolman
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
15,302
5,768
2,450
1,606
9,534

60.9
23.0
9.7
6.4
37.9
-4.9
+5.4
+0.3
+3.7
200157,65850.1
Rt. Hon. Mrs. M.E. Hodge
K.A. Prince
R.J. Barnbrook
T. Wickenden
T.J. Jones
L.N. Cleeland
D.R. Panton
M.A. Saxby
Lab
C
BNP
L Dem
UKIP
GP
Ind
WRP
13,826
4,943
4,916
3,211
803
618
530
59
8,883




*
*
*
*
47.8
17.1
17.0
11.1
2.8
2.2
1.9
0.2
30.7
-13.1
-5.9
+10.6
+1.4
Note:-
2005:

Panton had been a victim of child abuse in children's homes run by Islington Borough Council when Hodge was Leader, and claimed that she had not acted to stop it when warned. He advocated limits on immigration.



BARKING and DAGENHAM, DAGENHAM [2]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199758,23262.1Mrs. J.A. Church
J.P.J. Fairrie
T. Dobrashian
S. Kraft
W. Binding
R.H. Dawson
M.B. Hipperson
Mrs. K.A. Goble
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
BNP
Ind
N Dem
PLA
23,759
6,705
2,704
1,411
900
349
183
152
17,054



*
*
*
*
*
65.7
18.5
7.5
3.9
2.5
1.0
0.5
0.4
47.2
+14.0
-18.3
-4.0
200159,34046.5
J. Cruddas
M.J. White
A.J. Gee-Turner
D.J. Hill
B. Hamilton
R.J. Siggins
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
SA
S Lab P
15,784
7,091
2,820
1,378
262
245
8,693



*
*
*
57.2
25.7
10.2
5.0
1.0
0.9
31.5
-8.5
+7.2
+2.7
+2.5
200560,14151.3
J. Cruddas
M.J. White
B.J. Kempton
L. Rustem
G.J. Batten
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
UKIP
15,446
7,841
3,106
2,870
1,578
7,605

50.1
25.4
10.1
9.3
5.1
24.7
-7.1
-0.3
-0.2
+4.3

BARNET, CHIPPING BARNET [3]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199769,08871.7Sir S.B. Chapman
G.N. Cooke
S.J. Hooker
V.G. Ribekow
B.L. Miskin
B.D. Scallan
Mrs. D. Derksen
C
Lab
L Dem
RP
MRLP
PLA
NLP
21,317
20,282
6,121
1,190
253
243
159
1,035



*
*
*
*
43.0
40.9
12.4
2.4
0.5
0.5
0.3
2.1
-13.6
+14.7
-3.7
200170,23960.4
Sir S.B. Chapman
D.F.J. Welfare
S.J. Hooker
C
Lab
L Dem
19,702
17,001
5,753
2,701

46.4
40.0
13.6
6.4
+3.4
-0.9
+1.2
200566,22264.0
Miss T.A. Villiers
Mrs. P.A. Coakley-Webb
S.J. Hooker
Miss A.M. Poppy
V. Kaye
R.G. Weiss
C
Lab
L Dem
GP
UKIP
Rainbow
19,744
13,784
6,671
1,199
924
59
5,960



*
*
*
46.6
32.5
15.8
2.8
2.2
0.1
14.1
+0.2
-7.5
+2.2

BARNET, FINCHLEY and GOLDERS GREEN [4]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199772,35769.5
R.J. Vis
J.L. Marshall
J.M. Davies
G.D. Shaw
A. Gunstock
D.N.G. Barraclough
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
GP
UKIP
23,180
19,991
5,670
684
576
205
3,189



*
*
*
46.1
39.7
11.3
1.4
1.1
0.4
6.4
+15.2
-15.0
-1.5
200176,17857.3
R.J. Vis
J.L. Marshall
Miss S.L. Teather
Miss M.J. Dunn
J.A. de Roeck
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
20,205
16,489
5,266
1,385
330
3,716



*
*
46.3
37.7
12.1
3.2
0.7
8.6
+0.2
-2.0
+0.8
+2.0
+0.3
200570,00061.7
R.J. Vis
K.A. Mennear
Lady Garden
N.T. Lynch
J.C. Jacobs
R.G. Weiss
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
Rainbow
17,487
16,746
7,282
1,136
453
110
741



*
*
*
40.5
38.8
16.8
2.6
1.0
0.3
1.7
-5.8
+1.0
+4.8
-0.5
+0.3

BARNET, HENDON [5]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199776,26465.6
A.H. Dismore
Sir J.M. Gorst
W.J. Casey
S. Rabbow
B.P. Wright
Mrs. S. Taylor
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
UKIP
WRP
24,683
18,528
5,427
978
267
153
6,155



*
*
*
49.3
37.0
10.9
2.0
0.5
0.3
12.3
+15.8
-16.6
-0.8
200178,21352.2
A.H. Dismore
R.G. Evans
W.J. Casey
J.C. Crosbie
Mrs. S. Taylor
M.M. Stewart
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
WRP
PDP
21,432
14,015
4,724
409
164
107
7,417



*
*
*
52.4
34.3
11.6
1.0
0.4
0.3
18.1
+3.1
-2.7
+0.7
+0.5
+0.1
200571,92458.2
A.H. Dismore
R.G. Evans
Mrs. N. Boethe
D.G. Williams
M. Smallman
R.G. Weiss
M.M. Stewart
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
Rainbow
PDP
18,596
15,897
5,831
754
637
68
56
2,699



*
*
*
*
44.5
38.0
13.9
1.8
1.5
0.2
0.1
6.5
-8.0
+3.7
+2.4

+0.5

-0.2

BEXLEY and GREENWICH, BEXLEYHEATH and CRAYFORD [6]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199763,37376.1
C.N. Beard
D.A. Evennett
Mrs. F.J. Montford
B.R. Thomas
Mrs. P. Smith
W.J. Jenner
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
BNP
UKIP
21,942
18,527
5,391
1,551
429
383
3,415



*
*
*
45.5
38.4
11.2
3.2
0.9
0.8
7.1
+14.2
-15.8
-3.2
200163,58063.5
C.N. Beard
D.A. Evennett
N. O’Hare
C. Smith
J.W. Dunford
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
UKIP
17,593
16,121
4,476
1,408
780
1,472



*
*
43.6
39.9
11.1
3.5
1.9
3.7
-1.9
+1.5
-0.1
+2.6
+1.1
200565,02365.5
D.A. Evennett
C.N. Beard
D. Raval
J.W. Dunford
J. Lee
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
BNP
19,722
15,171
5,144
1,302
1,241
4,551



*
*
46.3
35.6
12.1
3.1
2.9
10.7
+6.4
-7.9
+1.0
+1.1
-0.6

BEXLEY and GREENWICH, ELTHAM [7]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199757,35875.7
C.S. Efford
C.D. Blackwood
Mrs. A.J. Taylor
M.D. Clark
H. Middleton
W.A. Hitches
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
L
BNP
23,710
13,528
3,701
1,414
584
491
10,182



*
*
*
54.6
31.2
8.5
3.3
1.3
1.1
23.4
+14.5
-12.8
-7.0
200157,55458.7
C.S. Efford
Mrs. S.M. Massey
M. Morris
T.F. Jones
A.J. Graham
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
Ind C
17,855
10,859
4,121
706
251
6,996



*
*
52.8
32.1
12.2
2.1
0.8
20.7
-1.8
+1.0
+3.7
200556,79762.2
C.S. Efford
S. Drury
I.J. Gerrard
J.C. Elms
B.J. Roberts
A.J. Graham
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
BNP
Ind C
15,381
12,105
5,669
1,024
979
147
3,276



*
*
*
43.6
34.3
16.0
2.9
2.7
0.4
9.3
-9.3
+2.2
+3.9
+0.8

-0.4
Note:-
2001-
2005:

Graham was a divorced father who sought election to campaign for father's rights and against the legal profession.



BEXLEY and GREENWICH, ERITH and THAMESMEAD [8]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199763,41765.6J.E. Austin-Walker
N. Zahawi
A.H.C. Grigg
J.E. Flunder
V.J. Dooley
M.L. Jackson
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
BNP
UKIP
25,812
8,388
5,001
1,394
718
274
17,424



*
*
*
62.1
20.2
12.0
3.3
1.7
0.7
41.9
+19.1
-11.4
-13.4
200166,37150.2
J.E. Austin
M.J. Brooks
B.J. Kempton
H.S. Dhillon
Lab
C
L Dem
S Lab P
19,769
8,602
3,800
1,180
11,167



*
59.3
25.8
11.4
3.5
33.5
-2.8
+5.6
-0.6
200572,05852.3
J.E. Austin
C.R. Bromby
S.T. Toole
B. Ravenscroft
B.R. Thomas
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
UKIP
20,483
8,983
5,088
1,620
1,477
11,500



*
*
54.4
23.9
13.5
4.3
3.9
30.5
-4.9
-1.9
+2.1
Note:-
1997:

Austin-Walker became known as J.E. Austin when he took his seat in the House of Commons.



BEXLEY and GREENWICH, GREENWICH and WOOLWICH [9]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199761,35265.9W.R.N. Raynsford
A.M. Mitchell
Mrs. C.M. Luxton
D.B. Ellison
R.S. Mallone
D.H. Martin-Eagle
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
FP
Const
25,630
7,502
5,049
1,670
428
124
18,128



*
*
*
63.4
18.6
12.5
4.1
1.1
0.3
44.8
+18.8
+0.3
-22.6
200160,11454.1
Rt. Hon. W.R.N. Raynsford
R.J. Forsdyke
R.D. Pyne
S.J. Gain
Miss K.A. Paton
Mrs. M.M. Sharkey
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
SA
S Lab P
19,691
6,258
5,082
672
481
352
13,433



*
*
*
60.5
19.2
15.6
2.1
1.5
1.1
41.3
-2.9
+0.7
+3.5
200563,63156.0
Rt. Hon. W.R.N. Raynsford
C.D.G. Le Breton
A.J. Craig
D.T. Sharman
G. Bushell
S.J. Gain
Dr. P.T. Nagalingam
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
EDP
UKIP
Ind
17,527
7,381
7,142
1,579
1,216
709
61
10,146



*
*
*
*
49.2
20.7
20.1
4.4
3.4
2.0
0.2
28.5
-11.3
+5.1
+0.8


-0.1
Note:-
2005:

Nagalingam was sponsored by a group which she had founded known as 'We the people'.



BEXLEY and GREENWICH, OLD BEXLEY and SIDCUP [10]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199768,07975.5Rt. Hon. Sir E.R.G. Heath
R.J. Justham
I.B. King
B. Reading
C.R. Bullen
Mrs. V.D. Tyndall
R.T. Stephens
C
Lab
L Dem
RP
UKIP
BNP
NLP
21,608
18,039
8,284
2,457
489
415
99
3,569



*
*
*
*
42.0
35.1
16.1
4.8
1.0
0.8
0.2
6.9
-14.2
+14.0
-4.8
200167,84162.1
D.L. Conway
J.R.C. Dickson
Mrs. B.J. Ford
Miss J. Cronin
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
19,130
15,785
5,792
1,426
3,345



*
45.4
37.5
13.7
3.4
7.9
+3.4
+2.4
-2.4
+2.4
200568,22665.3
D.L. Conway
G.F. Moore
N. O’Hare
M.J. Barnbrook
Miss C. Sayers
G.J. Peters
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
BNP
Ind
22,191
12,271
6,564
2,015
1,227
304
9,920



*
*
*
49.8
27.5
14.7
4.5
2.8
0.7
22.3
+4.4
-9.9
+1.0
+1.1

BRENT, BRENT EAST [11]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199753,54865.9K.R. Livingstone
M.G. Francois
I.M.C. Hunter
S.E. Keable
A.J. Shanks
Miss C.M. Warrilo
D. Jenkins
Lab (Ind)
C
L Dem
S Lab P
PLA
Rainbow
NLP
23,748
7,866
2,751
466
218
120
103
15,882



*
*
*
*
67.3
22.3
7.8
1.3
0.6
0.4
0.3
45.0
+14.5
-14.3
-1.1
200158,09549.9
P.A. Daisley
D.M. Gauke
Miss N.M. Bhatti
Miss S.F. Aspis
Miss S. Macken
Mrs. I.M.J. Cremer
A. Tanna
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
PLA
S Lab P
UKIP
18,325
5,278
3,065
1,361
392
383
188
13,047



*
*
*
*
63.2
18.2
10.6
4.7
1.4
1.3
0.6
45.0
-4.1
-4.1
+2.8

+0.7
(Death)
2003
(18/9)
57,55836.2
Miss S.L. Teather
R.J.E. Evans
Mrs. U.N. Fernandes
T.N. Lynch
B. Butterworth
K.F. Ibrahim
W.T. McKenzie
Miss K. McBride
H.L. Immanuel
B.J. Hall
Mrs. I.M.J. Cremer
N.F. Walsh
A. Hope
A.A. Barschak
J.J.N. Bardwaj
R.G. Weiss
L Dem
Lab
C
GP
SA
Ind
Ind
Ind
Ind Lab
UKIP
S Lab P
Ind
MRLP
Ind
Ind
Ind
8,158
7,040
3,368
638
361
219
197
189
188
140
111
101
59
37
35
11
1,118



*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
39.1
33.8
16.1
3.1
1.7
1.0
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.7
0.5
0.5
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.1
5.3
+28.6
-29.4
-2.1
-1.6





+0.0
-0.8
200556,22755.3
Miss S.L. Teather
Mrs. Y. Qureshi
K.A.A. Kwarteng
S. Ali
Mrs. M.A. Weininger
R.G. Weiss
L Dem
Lab
C
GP
Ind
Rainbow
14,764
12,052
3,193
905
115
39
2,712



*
*
*
47.5
38.8
10.3
2.9
0.4
0.1
8.7
+36.9
-24.4
-7.9
-1.8
Notes:-
1997:

Livingstone was automatically expelled from the Labour Party on 3rd April 2000 after he handed in nomination papers for the position of Mayor of London against the official Labour Party candidate.

2003:Ibrahim sought election as a 'Public Services not war' candidate.

McKenzie sought election as a 'Voice of Great Britain' candidate. He sought especially the votes of the black population of the constituency.

McBride was the sister of Peter McBride, who had been murdered in Belfast on 4th September 1992. She sought election in order to further a campaign to have the two men who had been convicted of the murder, who had since been released and rejoined the Scots Guards, dismissed from their posts.

Immanuel was a member of the Labour Party (expelled on his nomination) who sought election as a candidate who had been opposed to the decision to launch military action in Iraq. He was supported by Dr. Richard Taylor MP.

Walsh was opposed to the policy of Royal Mail Group plc of closing urban Post Office branches.

Bardwaj sought election as a 'Yoga and Meditation' candidate.

Weiss was the candidate of XAT3, which he had founded as a campaign against taxation and for the establishment of a new alternative currency.
2005:

Weininger was sponsored by 'Justice for Motorists'. She was opposed to the Congestion Charge which had been instituted by the Mayor of London.


BRENT, BRENT NORTH [12]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199754,14970.5
B.S. Gardiner
Rt. Hon. Dr. Sir R.
   Boyson
P. Lorber
T.F. Davids
G.F. Clark
Lab

C
L Dem
NLP
Rainbow
19,343

15,324
3,104
204
199
4,019




*
*
50.7

40.2
8.1
0.5
0.5
10.5
+20.4

-17.3
-2.5
200158,78957.7
B.S. Gardiner
P.D. Allott
P. Lorber
Lab
C
L Dem
20,149
9,944
3,846
10,205

59.4
29.3
11.3
30.1
+8.7
-10.8
+3.2
200560,14859.3
B.S. Gardiner
R.J. Blackman
H.M. Hughes
B. Ahmad
R.G. Weiss
Lab
C
L Dem
PPP
Rainbow
17,420
11,779
5,672
685
126
5,641



*
*
48.8
33.0
15.9
1.9
0.4
15.8
-10.5
+3.7
+4.6
Note:-
2005:

At the time of the election Ahmad was in Belmarsh Prison on remand awaiting a hearing on extradition to the United States to face charges of conspiracy to assist terrorist groups.


BRENT, BRENT SOUTH [13]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199753,50564.5P.Y. Boateng
S.J. Jackson
J.C.M. Brazil
Miss J.S. Phythian
D.P.P. Edler
C.P. Howard
Miss A.S.K. Mahaldar
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
GP
Rainbow
NLP
25,180
5,489
2,670
497
389
175
98
19,691



*
*
*
*
73.0
15.9
7.7
1.5
1.1
0.5
0.3
57.1
+15.4
-15.2
-1.7
200155,89151.2
Rt. Hon. P.Y. Boateng
C. Selvarajah
H.M. Hughes
M. McDonnell
T. Mac Stiofáin
Lab
C
L Dem
SA
Ind
20,984
3,604
3,098
491
460
17,380



*
*
73.3
12.6
10.8
1.7
1.6
60.7
+0.3
-3.3
+3.1
200556,50852.7
Miss D.P. Butler
J.B. Allie
R.S. Saha
R.N.C. Langley
S.A.L. Wallace
R.R. Fernandez
R.G. Weiss
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
Ind
Ind
Rainbow
17,501
6,175
4,485
957
297
288
61
11,326



*
*
*
*
58.8
20.7
15.1
3.2
1.0
1.0
0.2
38.1
-14.5
+9.9
+2.5
Notes:-
2001:

Mac Stiofáin sought election as a 'Residents and Motorists of Great Britain' candidate.


2005:

Wallace sought election as a candidate committed to improving education facilities.



Fernandez was opposed to the leadership of Brent Borough Council.



BROMLEY, BECKENHAM [14]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199773,12674.3P.R.G. Merchant
R.N. Hughes
Miss R.E. Vetterlein
L.F. Mead
P.H. Rimmer
C.N. Pratt
J.C. McAuley
C
Lab
L Dem
RP
L
UKIP
NF
23,084
18,131
9,858
1,663
720
506
388
4,953



*
*
*
*
42.5
33.4
18.1
3.1
1.3
0.9
0.7
9.1
-17.8
+12.2
+1.4
(Resignation)
1997
(20/11)
74,01943.1
Mrs. J.A.H. Lait
R.N. Hughes
Miss R.E. Vetterlein
P.H. Rimmer
J.C. McAuley
L.F. Mead
T.J. Campion
J.D. Small
C
Lab
L Dem
L
NF
NB
Ind
NLP
13,162
11,935
5,864
330
267
237
69
44
1,227



*
*
*
*
*
41.3
37.4
18.4
1.0
0.8
0.8
0.2
0.1
3.9
-1.2
+4.0
+0.2
-0.3
+0.1
200172,77262.6
Mrs. J.A.H. Lait
R.F. Watts
A.D. Feakes
Miss K.A. Moran
C.N. Pratt
R. Winfield
C
Lab
L Dem
GP
UKIP
L
20,618
15,659
7,308
961
782
234
4,959



*
*
*
45.3
34.4
16.0
2.1
1.7
0.5
10.9
+2.8
+1.0
-2.1

+0.8
-0.8
200574,70665.5
Mrs. J.A.H. Lait
L.K. Curran
J.W. Foulger
J.D.C. Cartwright
R.A. Reed
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
Ind C
22,183
13,782
10,682
1,301
836
8,401



*
*
45.3
28.1
22.2
2.7
1.7
17.2
+0.1
-6.2
+6.1
+0.9
Notes:-
1997
(20/11):

Campion sought election as the candidate of the ‘Social Foundation Party’ which he had formed, and which was allied to a pressure group called the Cheltenham Group of which he was the Director. The Cheltenham Group had been formed in April 1994 to campaign for a conservative social policy.


2005:

Reed was a former Chairman of Beckenham Conservative Association. He had attempted to deselect Lait as Conservative candidate, and launched his election campaign as an unofficial candidate when she was reselected.



BROMLEY, BROMLEY and CHISLEHURST [15]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199771,21074.1Rt. Hon. M.E. Forth
R.J. Yeldham
P.J.H. Booth
R.M. Bryant
Mrs. F.M. Speed
M.R. Stoneman
G. Aitman
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
GP
NF
L
24,428
13,310
12,530
1,176
640
369
285
11,118



*
*
*
*
46.3
25.2
23.8
2.2
1.2
0.7
0.6
21.1
-15.6
+8.0
+5.9
200167,18364.3
Rt. Hon. M.E. Forth
Mrs. S.A. Polydorou
G.D.S. Payne
R.M. Bryant
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
21,412
12,375
8,180
1,264
9,037



*
49.6
28.6
18.9
2.9
21.0
+3.2
+3.4
-4.8
+0.8
200571,13764.9
Rt. Hon. M.E. Forth
Miss R.J. Reeves
P.R. Brooks
D.N. Hooper
Mrs. A.C. Garrett
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
GP
23,583
10,241
9,368
1,475
1,470
13,342



*
*
51.1
22.2
20.3
3.2
3.2
28.9
+1.6
-6.4
+1.4
+0.3
(Death)
2006
(29/6)
72,20640.2
R.J.M. Neill
B.P. Abbotts
N. Farage
Miss R.J. Reeves
Mrs. A.C. Garrett
P. Winnett
J.S.C.D. Hemming-Clark
S.T. Uncles
J.S. Cartwright
N.A. Hadziannis
Mrs. A.E.J. Belsey
C
L Dem
UKIP
Lab
GP
NF
Ind C
EDP
MRLP
Ind
Ind
11,621
10,988
2,347
1,925
811
476
442
212
132
65
33
633




*
*
*
*
*
*
*
40.0
37.8
8.1
6.6
2.8
1.6
1.5
0.7
0.5
0.2
0.1
2.2
-11.1
+17.5
+4.9
-15.6
-0.4

BROMLEY, ORPINGTON [16]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199778,83176.3J.R. Horam
C.S. Maines
Mrs. S.A. Polydorou
D.J.Q. Clark
J.B. Carver
R.C. Almond
N.J. Wilton
C
L Dem
Lab
RP
UKIP
L
PLA
24,417
21,465
10,753
2,316
526
494
191
2,952



*
*
*
*
40.6
35.7
17.9
3.8
0.9
0.8
0.3
4.9
-14.7
+7.4
+3.1
200178,85364.6
J.R. Horam
C.S. Maines
C.A. Purnell
J.B. Youles
C
L Dem
Lab
UKIP
22,334
22,065
5,517
996
269



*
43.9
43.3
10.8
2.0
0.6
+3.3
+7.7
-7.0
+1.1
200578,24070.0
J.R. Horam
C.S. Maines
Miss E.C. Bird
J.M. Greenhough
C
L Dem
Lab
UKIP
26,718
21,771
4,914
1,331
4,947



*
48.8
39.8
9.0
2.4
9.0
+4.9
-3.6
-1.9
+0.5
Note:-
2006:

Belsey was the candidate of the Money Reform Party, which she had formed.



CAMDEN, HAMPSTEAD and HIGHGATE [17]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199764,88967.9Mrs. G.M. Jackson
Miss E.M. Gibson
Mrs. B. Fox
Mrs. M. Siddique
J. Leslie
R. Carroll
Miss P. Prince
R.J. Harris
C. Rizz
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
NLP
Rainbow
UKIP
HP
Ind
25,275
11,991
5,481
667
147
141
123
105
101
13,284



*
*
*
*
*
*
57.4
27.2
12.5
1.5
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.3
0.2
30.2
+11.2
-13.5
+1.4
200165,19554.3
Mrs. G.M. Jackson
K.A. Mennear
J.A. Simpson
A. Cornwell
Miss H.B. Cooper
T.B.J. McDermott
S. Xnunoftheabove
Miss M.C.B. Teale
A.P. Klein
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
SA
UKIP
Ind
PLA
Ind
16,601
8,725
7,273
1,654
559
316
144
92
43
7,876



*
*
*
*
*
*
46.9
24.6
20.5
4.7
1.6
0.9
0.4
0.3
0.1
22.3
-10.5
-2.6
+8.1


+0.6
200568,73755.5
Mrs. G.M. Jackson
P.A. Wauchope
E.T. Fordham
Miss S.R. Berry
M. Nielsen
R.G. Weiss
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
Rainbow
14,615
10,886
10,293
2,013
275
91
3,729




*
*
38.3
28.5
27.0
5.3
0.7
0.2
9.8
-8.6
+3.9
+6.4
+0.6
-0.2
Notes:-
1997:

Rizz was the nominee of the ‘Rizz Party’, which he had founded. He advocated legalisation of cannabis.


2001:

Xnunoftheabove had changed his name from William McCain to fight the election. He sought the votes of those who were opposed to all the candidates.



CAMDEN, HOLBORN and ST. PANCRAS [18]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199763,03760.3F.G. Dobson
J.L. Smith
Miss J. McGuinness
Mrs. J.T.G. Carr
T.P.J. Bedding
S. Smith
Mrs. B. Conway
M. Rosenthal
Prof. P. Rice-Evans
B.F. Quintavalle
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
NLP
Ind
WRP
Rainbow
Ind
PLA
24,707
6,804
4,750
790
191
173
171
157
140
114
17,903



*
*
*
*
*
*
*
65.0
17.9
12.5
2.1
0.5
0.5
0.4
0.4
0.4
0.3
47.1
+10.8
-10.3
-1.4
200162,72249.6
Rt. Hon. F.G. Dobson
N.J. Green
Miss R. Serelli
R.E. Whitley
Mrs. C. Udwin
Miss N. Brar
M. Nielsen
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
SA
S Lab P
UKIP
16,770
5,595
5,258
1,875
971
359
301
11,175




*
*
*
53.9
18.0
16.9
6.0
3.1
1.1
1.0
35.9
-11.2
+5.5
-1.0
200568,32750.3
Rt. Hon. F.G. Dobson
Mrs J.E. Fraser
Miss M.C. James
A.J. Oliver
R.G. Weiss
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
Rainbow
14,857
10,070
6,482
2,798
152
4,787




*
43.2
29.3
18.9
8.2
0.4
13.9
-10.6
+11.3
+2.0
+2.1
Notes:-
1997:

Smith had formerly been homeless and addicted to narcotics, and campaigned for more effective support services for those in similar situations. He sought election as the candidate of the ‘Justice Party’.



Rice-Evans sought election as the candidate of the ‘European Unity Party’, which he had formed. He advocated British membership of a federal Europe.



CITIES of LONDON and WESTMINSTER and KENSINGTON
and CHELSEA, CITIES of LONDON and WESTMINSTER [19]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199774,03554.2Rt. Hon. P.L. Brooke
Miss K.A. Green
M.C. Dumigan
Sir A.A. Walters
Mrs. P.M. Wharton
C.R. Merton
R.P. Johnson
N.T. Walsh
G.C. Webster
J. Sadowitz
C
Lab
L Dem
RP
Ind
UKIP
NLP
MRLP
Ind
Rainbow
18,981
14,100
4,933
1,161
266
215
176
138
112
73
4,881



*
*
*
*
*
*
*
47.3
35.1
12.3
2.9
0.7
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.2
12.2
-12.0
+11.0
-1.8
200171,93547.2
M.C. Field
M.D. Katz
M.C. Horwood
H. Charlton
C.R. Merton
C
Lab
L Dem
GP
UKIP
15,737
11,238
5,218
1,318
464
4,499



*
*
46.3
33.1
15.4
3.9
1.3
13.2
-0.9
-2.0
+3.1

+0.8
200571,93550.7
M.C. Field
H.W. Lloyd
Miss M-L.E. Rossi
T.J.L. Smith
C.R. Merton
B.W. Haw
Mrs. J. McLachlan
D. Harris
C.J-C. Cass-Horne
C
Lab
L Dem
GP
UKIP
Ind
CPA
VP
Ind Lab
17,260
9,165
7,306
1,544
399
298
246
218
51
8,095



*
*
*
*
*
*
47.3
25.1
20.0
4.2
1.1
0.8
0.7
0.6
0.2
22.2
+1.0
-8.0
+4.7
+0.4
-0.3
Notes:-
1997:

Wharton sought election as a ‘Save Barts and NHS’ candidate. She was sponsored by an organisation called 'Doctors Save Barts' which had been formed to prevent the closure of St. Bartholomew's Hospital in the constituency. Two other organisations with the same aim had endorsed Green.



Webster sought election as the candidate of the ‘Hemp Coalition’. He advocated the legalisation of cannabis.



After the election, the police launched an investigation after claims that all ten supporting signatures for Sadowitz’ nomination were forged.


2005:

Haw had been sleeping rough on Parliament Square as a campaign for pacifism since 2nd June 2001. His activity had led to a change in the law to ban such protests and he sought election in opposition to this law and in furtherance of his campaign.



CITIES of LONDON and WESTMINSTER and KENSINGTON
and CHELSEA, KENSINGTON and CHELSEA [20]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199767,78654.7
Rt. Hon. A.K.M. Clark
J.R. Atkinson
R.W. Browne
Miss A.K.F. Ellis-Jones
E. Bear
G.P. Oliver
Mrs. S.J. Hamza
P. Sullivan
P. Parliament
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
Ind
UKPP
NLP
Rainbow
Ind
19,887
10,368
5,668
540
218
176
122
65
44
9,519



*
*
*
*
*
*
53.6
27.9
15.3
1.5
0.6
0.5
0.3
0.2
0.1
25.7
-14.6
+11.3
+2.1
(Death)
1999
(25/11)
65,75229.7
Rt. Hon. M.D.X. Portillo
J.R. Atkinson
R.W. Browne
J.C.C. Stevens
N.R.A.D. Hockney
H. Charlton
Earl of Burford
J.C. Paisley
Dr. M.H.K. Irwin
G.P. Oliver
S.D. Scott-Fawcett
Miss L.B. Hodges
G.J. Valente
Miss L. Lovebucket
J.B. Davies
P. May
A. Hope
N.A.W. Samuelson
C
Lab
L Dem
PEC
UKIP
GP
Dem Party
LCA
Ind
UKPP
Ind RP
Ind
NLP
Rainbow
Ind
Ind
MRLP
Ind
11,004
4,298
1,831
740
450
446
182
141
97
75
57
48
35
26
24
24
20
15
6,706



*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
56.4
22.0
9.4
3.8
2.3
2.3
0.9
0.7
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
34.4
+2.8
-5.9
-5.9

+0.9




-0.1


-0.1
-0.0
200164,707*43.3
Rt. Hon. M.D.X. Portillo
S.H.F. Stanley
Mrs. K. Falkner
Miss J.C. Stephenson
N.R.A.D. Hockney
Mrs. J.M. Quintavalle
G. Crab
C
Lab
L Dem
GP
UKIP
PLA
Ind
15,270
6,499
4,416
1,158
416
179
100
8,771



*
*
*
*
54.5
23.2
15.7
4.1
1.5
0.6
0.4
31.3
+0.8
-4.8
+0.5

+0.0
200562,67650.0
Rt. Hon. M.L. Rifkind
Mrs. J. Kingsley
Miss C.H. Atkinson
Miss J.C. Stephenson
Miss M.J. Eiloart
A.J.S. Bovill
E.S. Adams
C
L Dem
Lab
GP
UKIP
Ind
AGS
18,144
5,726
5,521
1,342
395
107
101
12,418



*
*
*
*
57.9
18.3
17.6
4.3
1.3
0.3
0.3
39.6
+3.4
+2.5
-5.6
+0.2
-0.2
Notes:-
1997:

Bear had changed his name from Dominic Joly in order to contest the election. He sought election as the candidate of the 'Teddy Bear Alliance Party'.



Parliament had changed his name in order to contest the election. He was sponsored by an independent local radio station and sought election for the 'Heart 106.2 Alien Party'.


1999:Paisley was sponsored by the 'Legalise Cannabis Alliance'. He was a member of the Liberal Party and received their endorsement.

Irwin advocated legal recognition of living wills, which are advance directives about possible future medical care.

Scott-Fawcett sought election as the candidate of the Referendum Party. He was sponsored by the National Association of Referendum Party Supporters Groups, which had been formed by members of the Referendum Party when it was dissolved in 1997.

Hodges was an employee of, and sponsored by, Sport Newspapers. She was nominated as a candidate in order that the newspaper might obtain free postage for advertising material.

Lovebucket sought election as a 'People's Net Dream Ticket Party' candidate.

Davies described himself as an 'Environmentalist'. He campaigned to stop changes in the world climate caused by emissions of Carbon Dioxide.

May was sponsored by the 'Equal Parenting Party' which advocated that men and women share equal responsibility for parenting.

Samuelson used the name 'Tonysamuelsondotcom' on the ballot paper in order to promote his internet website. He advocated restrictions on the sale of tobacco.
2001:

Crab had changed his name in order to contest the election. He sought election as a candidate of the 'Jam Wrestling Party'.



CITIES of LONDON and WESTMINSTER and KENSINGTON
and CHELSEA, REGENT’S PARK AND KENSINGTON NORTH [21]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199769,26168.4
Miss K.P. Buck
P.A. McGuinness
Miss E.J. Gasson
Mrs. S.R. Dangoor
J.R. Hinde
Miss D. Sadowitz
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
NLP
Rainbow
28,367
13,710
4,041
867
192
167
14,657



*
*
*
59.9
29.0
8.5
1.8
0.4
0.4
30.9
+11.6
-12.1
+0.6
200175,886*48.8
Miss K.P. Buck
P.D. Wilson
D.C. Boyle
P.A. Miller
C.T. Miéville
A.G. Crisp
Miss C.E. Regan
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
SA
UKIP
Ind
20,247
9,981
4,669
1,268
459
354
74
10,266



*
*
*
*
54.7
26.9
12.6
3.4
1.2
1.0
0.2
27.8
-5.3
-2.0
+4.1
200575,88653.6
Miss K.P. Buck
J.S. Bradshaw
R. Martins
P.A. Miller
Miss P.M. Perrin
R. Boufas
A.J.D. Dharamsi
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
Ind
Ind
18,196
12,065
7,569
1,985
456
227
182
6,131



*
*
*
*
44.7
29.7
18.6
4.9
1.1
0.6
0.4
15.0
-9.9
+2.7
+6.0
+1.5
+0.2
Notes:-
1997:

After the election, the police launched an investigation after claims that all ten supporting signatures for Sadowitz’ nomination were forged.


2001:

Regan declared that, if elected, she would take no further part in the political process.


2005:

Boufas was opposed to the proposed extension of the Congestion Charge Zone. He sought election as the candidate of the 'Civilisations Party'.



CROYDON, CROYDON CENTRAL [22]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199780,15269.6
G.R. Davies
D.L. Congdon
G.W. Schlich
C.E. Cook
M-S.G.G. Barnsley
J.L.A. Walcott
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
GP
UKIP
25,432
21,535
6,061
1,886
595
290
3,897



*
*
*
45.6
38.6
10.8
3.4
1.1
0.5
7.0
+14.1
-16.9
-2.1
200177,56859.1
G.R. Davies
D.L. Congdon
P.J.H. Booth
J.R. Feisenberger
Mrs. L. Miller
J.S. Cartwright
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
BNP
MRLP
21,643
17,659
5,156
545
449
408
3,984



*
*
*
47.2
38.5
11.2
1.2
1.0
0.9
8.7
+1.6
-0.1
+0.4
+0.7
200581,14960.3
A.J. Pelling
G.R. Davies
J.A. Hargreaves
I.D. Edwards
Mrs. B.C. Golberg
Mrs. M. Bowness
J.S. Cartwright
Mrs. J.A. Stears
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
GP
VP
MRLP
Ind
19,974
19,899
6,384
1,066
1,036
304
193
101
75



*
*
*
*
*
40.8
40.7
13.0
2.2
2.1
0.6
0.4
0.2
0.1
+2.3
-6.5
+1.8
+1.0


-0.5
Note:-
2005:

Stears was sponsored by 'The People's Choice', a local campaigning group in the London Borough of Croydon.



CROYDON, CROYDON NORTH [23]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199777,06368.2M.H. Wicks
I.R. Martin
M. Morris
R.W. Billis
J.R. Feisenberger
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
UKIP
32,672
14,274
4,066
1,155
396
18,398



*
*
62.2
27.2
7.7
2.2
0.7
35.0
+17.8
-17.5
-3.2
200178,675*53.2
M.H. Wicks
S.J. Allison
Mrs. S.J. Lawman
A.G. Smith
D.A.E. Madgwick
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
SA
26,610
9,752
4,375
606
539
16,858



*
*
63.5
23.3
10.4
1.5
1.3
40.2
+1.4
-3.9
+2.7
+0.7
200583,62952.5
M.H. Wicks
T.M. Ahmad
A.J. Gee-Turner
S. Khan
C.H. Pearce
P.C. Gibson
W.T. McKenzie
F. Rasheed
Miss M.T. Chambers
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
Ind
VP
Ind
Ind
23,555
9,667
7,590
1,248
770
394
324
197
132
13,888



*
*
*
*
*
*
53.7
22.0
17.3
2.8
1.8
0.9
0.7
0.5
0.3
31.7
-9.9
-1.3
+6.9

+0.3
Notes:-
2005:

Gibson was sponsored by the Croydon Pensions Alliance. He advocated an increase in the basic state pension.



Chambers was sponsored by 'The People's Choice', a local campaigning group in the London Borough of Croydon.



CROYDON, CROYDON SOUTH [24]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199773,78773.5R.G.J. Ottaway
C.E. Burling
S.H. Gauge
A.H. Barber
P.C. Ferguson
A.G. Harker
M.R.L. Samuel
C
Lab
L Dem
RP
BNP
UKIP
Ind
25,649
13,719
11,441
2,631
354
309
96
11,930



*
*
*
*
47.3
25.3
21.1
4.9
0.6
0.6
0.2
22.0
-14.3
+9.0
-0.5
200173,37261.4
R.G.J. Ottaway
M.G. Ryan
Mrs. A-N. Gallop
Mrs. K. Garner
M.R.L. Samuel
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
Ind
22,169
13,472
8,226
998
195
8,697



*
*
49.2
29.9
18.3
2.2
0.4
19.3
+1.9
+4.6
-2.9
+1.6
+0.3
200575,81264.5
R.G.J. Ottaway
P.J. Smith
Mrs. S.J. Lawman
J.R. Feisenberger
G.T. Dare
M.R.L. Samuel
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
VP
Ind
25,320
11,792
10,049
1,054
497
185
13,528



*
*
*
51.8
24.1
20.5
2.2
1.0
0.4
27.7
+2.6
-5.8
+2.3
-0.1

-0.1
Note:-
1997-
2005:

Samuel sought election as the 'People's Choice' candidate.



EALING and HAMMERSMITH and FULHAM,
EALING ACTON and SHEPHERD'S BUSH [25]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199772,07866.7C.S. Soley
Mrs. B.C. Yerolemou
A.D. Mitchell
C.W.H. Winn
J. Gilbert
J.D. Gomm
P.F.E. Danon
C.G. Beasley
W.T. Edwards
K.A. Turner
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
S Lab P
UKIP
PLA
Ind
Ind
NLP
28,052
12,405
5,163
637
635
385
265
209
163
150
15,647



*
*
*
*
*
*
*
58.4
25.8
10.8
1.3
1.3
0.8
0.6
0.4
0.3
0.3
32.6
+12.0
-13.6
-1.3
200170,697*52.6
C.S. Soley
Miss J. Greening
M.P.N. Tod
N.J. Grant
A.J.G. Lawrie
C.J.M. Rule
Mrs. R. Ng
Lab
C
L Dem
SA
UKIP
S Lab P
PLA
20,144
9,355
6,171
529
476
301
225
10,789



*
*
*
*
54.2
25.1
16.6
1.4
1.3
0.8
0.6
29.1
-4.2
-0.7
+5.8

+0.5
-0.5
+0.1
200572,47954.7
A.F. Slaughter
J.H. Gough
G. Malcolm
G.P. Burgess
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
16,579
11,059
9,986
1,999
5,520

41.8
27.9
25.2
5.1
13.9
-12.3
+2.8
+8.6
Notes:-
1997:

Beasley was an employee of the First Leisure Corporation. He sought election as a candidate of the 'Glow Bowling Party'.



Edwards sought election as the candidate of the 'Christian Party'.



EALING and HAMMERSMITH and FULHAM,
EALING NORTH [26]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199778,14473.9
S.P. Pound
H. Greenway
A.K. Gupta
G.M. Slysz
Miss A.I. Seibe
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
GP
29,904
20,744
3,887
689
502
9,160



*
*
53.7
37.2
7.0
1.2
0.9
16.5
+17.9
-14.2
-3.8
200177,52458.0
S.P. Pound
C.A.R. Walker
F.R.A. Fruzza
Miss A.I. Seibe
D.W. Moss
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
25,022
13,185
5,043
1,039
668
11,837



*
*
55.7
29.3
11.2
2.3
1.5
26.4
+2.0
-7.9
+4.2
+1.4
+0.6
200577,78759.8
S.P. Pound
R.C. Curtis
F.R.A. Fruzza
A.G. Outten
R.A.D. Lambert
D. Malindine
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
VP
20,956
13,897
9,148
1,319
692
495
7,059



*
*
*
45.0
29.9
19.7
2.8
1.5
1.1
15.1
-10.6
+0.6
+8.5
+0.5
+0.0

EALING and HAMMERSMITH and FULHAM,
EALING SOUTHALL [27]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199781,70466.9P.S. Khabra
J.D. Penrose
Miss N.F. Thomson
H.S. Brar
N. Goodwin
D.B. Cherry
Mrs. K.M. Klepacka
Dr. R.G.C. Mead
Lab
C
L Dem
S Lab P
GP
RP
PLA
UKIP
32,791
11,368
5,687
2,107
934
854
473
428
21,423



*
*
*
*
*
60.0
20.8
10.4
3.8
1.7
1.6
0.9
0.8
39.2
+14.7
-15.5
+2.3
200182,37356.8
P.S. Khabra
D.R. Kawczynski
A. Lit
B.K. Sharma
Mrs. M.J. Cook
S.S. Dhillon
M. Choudhry
H.S. Brar
M.Z. Bhutta
Lab
C
Ind
L Dem
GP
Ind
Ind
S Lab P
Ind
22,239
8,556
5,764
4,680
2,119
1,214
1,166
921
169
13,683




*
*
*
*
*
47.5
18.3
12.3
10.0
4.5
2.6
2.5
2.0
0.3
29.2
-12.5
-2.5

-0.4
+2.8


-1.9
200583,24656.5
P.S. Khabra
N. Bakhai
M.D.Y. Nicholson
Mrs. S.J. Edwards
Mrs. M. Bilku
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
WRP
22,937
11,497
10,147
2,175
289
11,440



*
*
48.8
24.4
21.6
4.6
0.6
24.4
+1.3
+14.4
+3.3
+0.1
(Death)
2007
(19/7)
85,42342.9
V.K. Sharma
N. Bakhai
S.S. Lit
Mrs. S.J. Edwards
S.S. Dhillon
Dr. K.T. Rajan
Y. Masih
Dr. J.S. Rai
J.S. Cartwright
S.S. Chaggar
Dr. G. Singh
K.S. Grewal
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
RU
UKIP
Ch P
Ind
MRLP
EDP
Ind C
Ind Lab
15,189
10,118
8,230
1,135
588
285
280
275
188
152
92
87
5,071



*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
41.5
27.6
22.5
3.1
1.6
0.8
0.8
0.8
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
13.9
-7.3
+3.2
+0.9
-1.5
Notes:-
2001:

Lit was Chairman of Sunrise Radio, whose target audience was the Asian community in the constituency. He sought election as a candidate who would represent this community.



Dhillon sought election as a 'Community Candidate'.



Bhutta sought election as a 'Qari' candidate.


2007
(19/7):
Rai was Director of the Sikh Human Rights Group. He was the nominee of a group of within the constituency who sought a candidate who was a Sikh and wore a turban.

Singh withdrew from the election on 9 July and endorsed Lit.

Grewal withdrew from the election on 9 July and endorsed Sharma.

EALING and HAMMERSMITH and FULHAM,
HAMMERSMITH and FULHAM [28]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199778,63768.7
I. Coleman
M.H.M. Carrington
Mrs. A.E. Sugden
Mrs. E.M. Bremner
W.F.P. Johnson Smith
Miss E.G.A. Streeter
G. Roberts
A.S.P. Phillips
A. Elston
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
Ind Lab
GP
UKIP
NLP
Ind
25,262
21,420
4,728
1,023
695
562
183
79
74
3,842



*
*
*
*
*
*
46.8
39.7
8.8
1.9
1.3
1.0
0.3
0.1
0.1
7.1
+8.1
-12.0
+0.5
200179,303*56.4
I. Coleman
M.H.M. Carrington
J.P. Burden
D.L. Dias
G. Roberts
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
19,801
17,786
5,294
1,444
375
2,015



*
*
44.3
39.8
11.9
3.2
0.8
4.5
-2.5
+0.1
+3.1
+2.2
+0.5
200578,61562.7
G.W. Hands
Miss M.L. Smallman
A.J. Bullion
Miss F. Harrold
G.M.A. Fisher
C
Lab
L Dem
GP
UKIP
22,407
17,378
7,116
1,933
493
5,029



*
*
45.4
35.3
14.4
3.9
1.0
10.1
+5.6
-9.1
+2.6
+0.7
+0.2
Notes:-
1997:

Johnson Smith was the son of a Conservative MP, and sought election as a 'New Labour' candidate. It was suggested that his candidacy was intended to confuse electors who intended to vote for the Labour candidate.



Elston sought election in order to draw attention to the deficiencies in the Care in the Community system.



ENFIELD, EDMONTON [29]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199763,79370.3
A.M. Love
I.D. Twinn
A.D. Wiseman
J. Wright
B. Cowd
Mrs. P.S. Weald
Lab/Co-op
C
L Dem
RP
BNP
UKIP
27,029
13,557
2,847
708
437
260
13,472



*
*
*
60.3
30.2
6.3
1.6
1.0
0.6
30.1
+15.2
-16.0
-1.9
200161,78856.3
A.M. Love
D.J.B. Burrowes
D.A. Taylor
Miss G.W. Rolph
E. Basarik
H.W. Medwell
Dr. R.P. Saxena
Lab/Co-op
C
L Dem
UKIP
Ref
SA
Ind
20,481
10,709
2,438
406
344
296
100
9,772



*
*
*
*
58.9
30.8
7.0
1.2
1.0
0.8
0.3
28.1
-1.4
+0.6
+0.7
+0.6
200559,05058.8
A.M. Love
L.D. Zetter
I.J. Kilbane-Dawe
Mrs. N.R. Armstrong
Miss G.W. Rolph
Lab/Co-op
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
18,456
10,381
4,162
889
815
8,075



*
*
53.2
29.9
12.0
2.6
2.3
23.3
-5.7
-0.9
+5.0

+1.2
Note:-
2001:

Saxena had been suspended from the medical register on 21st July 1999, and later struck off, after he was convicted on two counts of attempting to pervert the course of justice and found to have committed professional misconduct. He sought election in order to further a campaign for his reinstatement.



ENFIELD, ENFIELD NORTH [30]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199767,74870.4
Mrs. J.M. Ryan
M.C. Field
M.S. Hopkins
R. Ellingham
Mrs. J. Griffin
Mrs. J.H. O’Ware
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
BNP
UKIP
24,148
17,326
4,264
857
590
484
6,822



*
*
*
50.7
36.4
8.9
1.8
1.2
1.0
14.3
+15.7
-16.6
-2.1
200167,20457.0
Mrs. J.M. Ryan
G.N. de Bois
Miss H.F. Leighter
R.P. Johns
B.J. Hall
M.F. Akerman
R.A. Course
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
UKIP
PLA
Ind Lab
17,888
15,597
3,355
605
427
241
210
2,291



*
*
*
*
46.7
40.7
8.8
1.6
1.1
0.6
0.5
6.0
-4.0
+4.4
-0.2
+0.3
+0.1
200566,61261.2
Mrs. J.M. Ryan
G.N. de Bois
S.W. Radford
T.C. Farr
G.A. Robbens
P.A. Burns
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
UKIP
Ind
18,055
16,135
4,642
1,004
750
163
1,920



*
*
*
44.3
39.6
11.4
2.5
1.8
0.4
4.7
-2.4
-1.1
+2.6
+0.9
+0.7
Note:-
2001:

Course was a former Labour councillor on Enfield Borough Council who had been deselected before the 1998 elections and was expelled from the Labour Party when he opposed the official candidates at these elections.



ENFIELD, ENFIELD SOUTHGATE [31]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199765,88770.6
S. Twigg
Rt. Hon. M.D.X. Portillo
J.R. Browne
N.L. Luard
A.J. Storkey
A. Malakouna
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
Ind Dem
Ind
20,570
19,137
4,966
1,342
289
229
1,433



*
*
*
44.2
41.1
10.7
2.9
0.6
0.5
3.1
+18.0
-16.8
-3.8
200165,95763.5
S. Twigg
J.C. Flack
W. Hoban
Miss E.A. Graham-Leigh
R.A. Freshwater
A. Malakouna
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
Ind
21,727
16,181
2,935
662
298
105
5,546



*
*
*
51.8
38.6
7.0
1.6
0.7
0.3
13.2
+7.6
-2.5
-3.7


-0.2
200563,72066.2
D.J.B. Burrowes
S. Twigg
Z. Kakoulakis
T. Doughty
B.J. Hall
C
Lab
L Dem
GP
UKIP
18,830
17,083
4,724
1,083
490
1,747



*
*
44.6
40.5
11.2
2.5
1.2
4.1
+6.0
-11.4
+4.2
+1.0
+0.4
Notes:-
1997:

Storkey sought election as a 'Christian Democrat'.


1997-
2001:

Malakouna described himself as 'Mal - Voice of the People'.



HACKNEY, HACKNEY NORTH and STOKE NEWINGTON [32]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199762,30852.0Miss D.J. Abbott
M.D. Lavender
D.A. Taylor
Y.C. Chong
B.M. Maxwell
D.K. Tolson
Miss L. Lovebucket
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
RP
Ind
Rainbow
21,110
5,483
3,306
1,395
544
368
176
15,627



*
*
*
*
65.2
16.9
10.2
4.3
1.7
1.1
0.6
48.3
+7.4
-10.0
-1.3
200160,44449.0
Miss D.J. Abbott
Mrs. P.A.R. Dye
Miss M.H. Ece
Y.C. Chong
S. Chandan
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
S Lab P
18,081
4,430
4,170
2,184
756
13,651




*
61.0
15.0
14.1
7.4
2.5
46.0
-4.2
-2.0
+3.9
+3.1
200559,27449.6
Miss D.J. Abbott
J.C. Blanchard
E. Hurer
Miss M.A. Borris
D.B. Vail
N. Sen
N.G.A. Barrow
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
Ind
S Lab P
MRLP
14,268
6,841
4,218
2,907
602
296
248
7,427




*
*
*
48.6
23.3
14.4
9.9
2.0
1.0
0.8
25.3
-12.5
+9.2
-0.6
+2.5

-1.5
Note:-
1997:

Tolson sought election as a 'None of the Above' candidate.


2005:

Vail was assisted by the Independent Network.



HACKNEY, HACKNEY SOUTH and SHOREDITCH [33]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199762,00054.5B.C.J. Sedgemore
M.J. Pantling
C.P. O’Leary
T.V. Betts
R.K. Franklin
G.T. Callow
M. Goldman
Miss M.L. Goldberg
W.P. Rogers
Lab
L Dem
C
Ind Lab
RP
BNP
CPB
NLP
WRP
20,048
5,058
4,494
2,436
613
531
298
145
139
14,990




*
*
*
*
*
59.4
15.0
13.3
7.2
1.8
1.6
0.9
0.4
0.4
44.4
+6.0
+0.1
-15.7
200163,99047.4
B.C.J. Sedgemore
A.J.M. Vickers
P.G. White
Mrs. C.I. Prosper
S. Koksal
I. Beavis
W.P. Rogers
Lab
L Dem
C
SA
Ref
CPB
WRP
19,471
4,422
4,180
1,401
471
259
143
15,049



*
*
*
*
64.2
14.6
13.8
4.6
1.5
0.8
0.5
49.6
+4.8
-0.4
+0.5


-0.0
+0.1
200564,82649.7
Miss M. Hillier
H.G. Baylis
J. Moss
I. dan Iyan
D. Ryan
B. Rae
M. Goldman
J. Leff
Lab/Co-op
L Dem
C
GP
RU
L
CPB
WRP
17,048
6,844
4,524
1,779
1,437
313
200
92
10,204




*
*
*
*
52.9
21.2
14.0
5.5
4.5
1.0
0.6
0.3
31.7
-11.3
+6.7
+0.3

-0.1

-0.2
-0.2
Note:-
1997:

Betts was associated with the 'Hackney New Labour' group on Hackney Borough Council, the members of which had been expelled from the Labour Party in 1996.



HARINGEY, HORNSEY and WOOD GREEN [34]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199774,53769.1Mrs. B.M. Roche
Mrs. H.D. Hart
Mrs. L.C. Featherstone
Mrs. H.J. Jago
Mrs. R. Miller
P.W. Sikorski
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
RP
S Lab P
31,792
11,293
5,794
1,214
808
586
20,499



*
*
*
61.7
21.9
11.3
2.4
1.6
1.1
39.8
+13.3
-17.2
+1.3
200175,97458.0
Mrs. B.M. Roche
Mrs. L.C. Featherstone
J.D. Hollands
Miss J.E. Forbes
Miss L.H. Christian
Mrs. E.J. Rule
E. Ataman
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
SA
S Lab P
Ref
21,967
11,353
6,921
2,228
1,106
294
194
10,614




*
*
*
49.8
25.8
15.7
5.1
2.5
0.7
0.4
24.0
-11.9
+14.5
-6.2
+2.7

-0.5
200576,63061.8
Mrs. L.C. Featherstone
Mrs. B.M. Roche
P.J. Forrest
Miss J.E. Forbes
R.A. Freshwater
L Dem
Lab
C
GP
UKIP
20,512
18,117
6,014
2,377
310
2,395




*
43.3
38.3
12.7
5.0
0.7
5.1
+17.6
-11.6
-3.0
-0.0

HARINGEY, TOTTENHAM [35]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199766,25156.9B.A.M. Grant
A.R. Scantlebury
N. Hughes
P. Budge
Mrs. L.L.E. Tay
C.F. Anglin
Mrs. T. Kent
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
PLA
WRP
SEP
26,121
5,921
4,064
1,059
210
181
148
20,200



*
*
*
*
69.3
15.7
10.8
2.8
0.5
0.5
0.4
53.6
+12.8
-14.1
-0.6
(Death)
2000
(22/6)
64,55425.4
D.L. Lammy
D.J. Hames
Miss J.E. Ellison
W.E. Bennett
P. Budge
E. Basarik
A. Tanna
D.L.D. de Braâm
Lab
L Dem
C
LSA
GP
Ref
UKIP
Ind C
8,785
3,139
2,634
885
606
177
136
55
5,646




*
*
*
*
53.5
19.1
16.0
5.4
3.7
1.1
0.8
0.3
34.4
-15.8
+8.3
+0.3

+0.9
200165,56848.2
D.L. Lammy
Mrs. U.N. Fernandes
Mrs. M. Khan
P. Budge
W.E. Bennett
U.T. Shefki
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
SA
Ref
21,317
4,401
3,008
1,443
1,162
270
16,916



*
*
*
67.5
13.9
9.5
4.6
3.7
0.8
53.6
-1.8
-1.8
-1.3
+1.8
200566,23847.8
D.L. Lammy
W. Hoban
W.F. MacDougall
Miss J. Alder
P.H. McAskie
J. Durrani
Lab
L Dem
C
RU
GP
S Lab P
18,343
5,309
4,278
2,014
1,457
263
13,034




*
*
57.9
16.8
13.5
6.4
4.6
0.8
41.2
-9.5
+7.2
-0.4
+2.7
+0.0

HARROW, HARROW EAST [36]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199779,98171.2
A.J. McNulty
H.J.M. Dykes
B.K. Sharma
B.J. Casey
A.J.E. Scholefield
A.W. Planton
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
UKIP
NLP
29,927
20,189
4,697
1,537
464
171
9,738



*
*
*
52.5
35.4
8.3
2.7
0.8
0.3
17.1
+18.7
-17.5
-2.6
200182,26958.4
A.J. McNulty
P.J. Wilding
G. Kershaw
Lab
C
L Dem
26,590
15,466
6,021
11,124

55.3
32.2
12.5
23.1
+2.8
-3.3
+4.3
200583,90460.6
A.J. McNulty
D.J. Ashton
Mrs. P.K. Nandra
P.D. Cronin
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
23,445
18,715
7,747
916
4,730



*
46.1
36.8
15.3
1.8
9.3
-9.2
+4.7
+2.7

HARROW, HARROW WEST [37]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199772,14672.8
G.R. Thomas
R.G. Hughes
Mrs. P.K.N. Nandhra
H.W. Crossman
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
21,811
20,571
8,127
1,997
1,240



*
41.5
39.2
15.5
3.8
2.3
+19.0
-16.0
-4.7
200174,08363.0
G.R. Thomas
D.W. Finkelstein
C.D. Noyce
P.J. Kefford
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
23,142
16,986
5,995
525
6,156



*
49.6
36.4
12.9
1.1
13.2
+8.1
-2.8
-2.6
200574,13364.4
G.R. Thomas
M.W. Freer
C.D. Noyce
Mrs. J. Cronin
B.J. Daver
Lab/Co-op
C
L Dem
UKIP
Ind
20,298
18,270
8,188
576
427
2,028



*
*
42.5
38.3
17.1
1.2
0.9
4.2
-7.1
+1.8
+4.3
+0.1
Note:-
2005:

Daver was assisted by the Independent Network.



HAVERING, HORNCHURCH [38]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199760,39272.8
J.R. Cryer
R.C. Squire
R. Martins
R.E.B. Khilkoff-Boulding
Miss J. Trueman
J. Sowerby
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
TW
PLA
22,066
16,386
3,446
1,595
259
189
5,680



*
*
*
50.2
37.3
7.8
3.6
0.6
0.4
12.9
+15.7
-16.2
-3.3
200161,00858.3
J.R. Cryer
R.C. Squire
Miss S.E. Lea
L.J. Webb
D.W. Durant
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
TW
16,514
15,032
2,928
893
190
1,482



*
*
46.5
42.3
8.2
2.5
0.5
4.2
-3.8
+5.0
+0.4

-0.1
200559,74163.9
J.P. Brokenshire
J.R. Cryer
N.J. Green
I. Moore
L.J. Webb
M.P. Brown
G.K. Williamson
C
Lab
L Dem
BNP
UKIP
RA
TW
16,355
15,875
2,894
1,314
1,033
395
304
480



*
*
*
*
42.9
41.6
7.6
3.4
2.7
1.0
0.8
1.3
+0.6
-4.9
-0.7

+0.2

+0.3

HAVERING, ROMFORD [39]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199759,27671.1
Mrs. E. Gordon
Sir M.J. Neubert
N.L. Meyer
S.P. Ward
T.E. Hurlstone
M.J. Carey
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
L
BNP
18,187
17,538
3,341
1,431
1,100
522
649



*
*
*
43.2
41.6
7.9
3.4
2.6
1.3
1.6
+14.8
-16.5
-4.5
200159,89359.6
A.R. Rosindell
Mrs. E. Gordon
N.L. Meyer
S.P. Ward
F. McAllister
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
BNP
18,931
12,954
2,869
533
414
5,977



*
*
53.0
36.3
8.0
1.5
1.2
16.7
+11.4
-6.9
+0.1

-0.1
200558,54062.3
A.R. Rosindell
Mrs. M. Mullane
G.M. Seeff
J. McCaffrey
T.P. Murray
C
Lab
L Dem
BNP
UKIP
21,560
9,971
3,066
1,088
797
11,589



*
*
59.1
27.3
8.4
3.0
2.2
31.8
+6.1
-9.0
+0.4
+1.8
+0.7

HAVERING, UPMINSTER [40]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199756,79372.8
K.E. Darvill
Sir N.C. Bonsor, Bt.
Mrs. P.G. Peskett
T.P. Murray
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
19,085
16,315
3,919
2,000
2,770



*
46.2
39.5
9.5
4.8
6.7
+16.1
-14.7
-6.3
200156,82959.6
Mrs. A.E. Watkinson
K.E. Darvill
P.J. Truesdale
T.P. Murray
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
15,410
14,169
3,183
1,089
1,241



*
45.5
41.9
9.4
3.2
3.6
+6.0
-4.3
-0.1
200555,04263.0
Mrs. A.E. Watkinson
K.E. Darvill
P.J. Truesdale
R.F.C. Ower
C. Roberts
A.G. Hindle
Mrs. M.J. Collins
D.W. Durant
C
Lab
L Dem
RA
BNP
UKIP
GP
TW
16,820
10,778
3,128
1,455
1,173
701
543
78
6,042



*
*
*
*
*
48.5
31.1
9.0
4.2
3.4
2.0
1.6
0.2
17.4
+3.0
-10.8
-0.4


-1.2

HILLINGDON, HAYES and HARLINGTON [41]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199756,78372.4
J.M. McDonnell
A.J. Retter
A.J. Little
F.J. Page
G.S. Hutchins
D.J. Farrow
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
NF
Ind
25,458
11,167
3,049
778
504
135
14,291



*
*
*
62.0
27.2
7.4
1.9
1.2
0.3
34.8
+17.2
-17.7
-2.9
200157,56156.3
J.M. McDonnell
R.L. McLean
Mrs. N. Boethe
G. Burch
W.D. Kennedy
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
SP
21,279
7,813
1,958
705
648
13,466



*
*
65.7
24.1
6.0
2.2
2.0
41.6
+3.7
-3.1
-1.4
200557,44956.4
J.M. McDonnell
R.G. Worrall
J.T.A. Ball
T.L. Hazel
M.A. Haley
B.A. Outten
P.F. Goddard
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
UKIP
GP
Ind
19,009
8,162
3,174
830
552
442
220
10,847



*
*
*
*
58.7
25.2
9.8
2.5
1.7
1.4
0.7
33.5
-7.0
+1.1
+3.8
+0.4
Note:-
1997:

Farrow sought election as an 'All Night Party' candidate.


2005:

Goddard sought election as a candidate opposed to proposals to expand Heathrow Airport.



HILLINGDON, RUISLIP-NORTHWOOD [42]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199760,39374.2J.A.D. Wilkinson
P.D. Barker
C.D.J. Edwards
Mrs. C.E. Griffin
C
Lab
L Dem
NLP
22,526
14,732
7,279
296
7,794



*
50.2
32.9
16.2
0.7
17.3
-12.6
+13.0
-0.4
200160,78861.1
J.A.D. Wilkinson
Miss G.M. Travers
M.F. Cox
G.J. Lee
I. Edward
C
Lab
L Dem
GP
BNP
18,115
10,578
7,177
724
547
7,537



*
*
48.8
28.5
19.3
1.9
1.5
20.3
-1.5
-4.4
+3.1
200560,71865.3
Hon. N.R. Hurd
M.F. Cox
A.D. Riley
G.J. Lee
I. Edward
R.B.S. Courtenay
C
L Dem
Lab
GP
NF
UKIP
18,939
10,029
8,323
892
841
646
8,910



*
*
*
47.7
25.3
21.0
2.3
2.1
1.6
22.4
-1.0
+6.0
-7.5
+0.3
+0.6

HILLINGDON, UXBRIDGE [43]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199757,41472.4Sir J.M. Shersby
D. Williams
A.D. Malyan
G.R. Aird
Miss J.A. Leonard
C
Lab
L Dem
RP
SP
18,095
17,371
4,528
1,153
398
724



*
*
43.5
41.8
10.9
2.8
1.0
1.7
-12.8
+12.8
-1.6
(Death)
1997
(31/7)
57,73355.5
A.J. Randall
A.F. Slaughter
K.K.K. Kerr
L.D. Sutch
Miss. J.A. Leonard
Mrs. F. Taylor
I.H.M. Anderson
J.C. McAuley
H. Middleton
J.R. Feisenberger
R. Carroll
C
Lab
L Dem
MRLP
SP
BNP
N Dem
NF
Ind L
UKIP
Rainbow
16,288
12,522
1,792
396
259
205
157
110
69
39
30
3,766



*
*
*
*
*
*
*
*
51.1
39.3
5.6
1.3
0.8
0.7
0.5
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.1
11.8
+7.6
-2.5
-5.4

-0.1
200158,06857.5
A.J. Randall
D.N. Salisbury-Jones
Mrs. C.M. Royce
P.R. Cannons
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
15,751
13,653
3,426
588
2,098



*
47.1
40.9
10.2
1.8
6.2
+3.6
-1.0
-0.6
200557,84259.4
A.J. Randall
R.P. Dubrow-Marshall
Dr. T. Mahmood
C.J. Le May
S. Young
R.S. Kerby
P. Shaw
C
Lab
L Dem
BNP
GP
UKIP
NF
16,840
10,669
4,544
763
725
553
284
6,171



*
*
*
*
49.0
31.1
13.2
2.2
2.1
1.6
0.8
17.9
+1.9
-9.8
+3.0


-0.2

HOUNSLOW, BRENTFORD and ISLEWORTH [44]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199780,72269.5
Mrs. A.L. Keen
N.J.A. Deva
G.G. Hartwell
J.W. Bradley
Mrs. B. Simmerson
M. Ahmed
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
NLP
32,249
17,825
4,613
687
614
147
14,424



*
*
*
57.4
31.8
8.2
1.2
1.1
0.3
25.6
+14.7
-13.9
-1.9
200182,87853.7
Mrs. A.L. Keen
T.K.A. Mack
G.G. Hartwell
N.P. Ferriday
G.A. Ingram
D.P. Faith
A.S. Khaira
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
SA
Ind
23,275
12,957
5,994
1,324
412
408
144
10,318



*
*
*
*
52.3
29.1
13.5
3.0
0.9
0.9
0.3
23.2
-5.2
-2.6
+5.2
+1.8
-0.2
200588,23652.2
Mrs. A.L. Keen
A.B. Northcote
A.S. Dakers
J.G. Hunt
P. Andrews
M.R. Stoneman
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
Ind
NF
18,329
13,918
10,447
1,652
1,118
523
4,411



*
*
*
39.8
30.3
22.8
3.6
2.4
1.1
9.5
-12.5
+1.1
+9.3
+0.6
Notes:-
2001:

Khaira was the defendant in a 1992 court case in which the Court of Appeal declared that a mortgage company did not have to explain the effect of a charge despite the chargee being a customer. This ruling allowed the mortgage company to repossess Khaira's home after his default on mortgage payments, despite his wife holding some equity; his wife had claimed that the influence of her husband had led her to agree to the mortgage.

Khaira had been declared a vexatious litigant by the High Court, on an application by the Attorney-General, in October 2000. He sought election in order to further his campaign to have this declaration and the Court of Appeal judgments reversed. See Barclays Bank v Khaira [1992] 1 WLR 623.


2005:

Andrews was sponsored by the Isleworth Community Group. He sought election as an Independent Community candidate.



HOUNSLOW, FELTHAM and HESTON [45]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199771,86864.9D.A. Keen
R.P. Ground
C.D. Penning
R.A. Stubbs
R. Church
D.J. Fawcett
Lab/Co-op
C
L Dem
RP
BNP
NLP
27,836
12,563
4,264
1,099
682
177
15,273



*
*
*
59.7
26.9
9.1
2.4
1.5
0.4
32.8
+14.2
-15.9
-2.4
200173,45849.2
D.A. Keen
Miss H.E. Mammatt
A.S. Darley
S. Cheema
W.W. Prachar
A.S. Khaira
Lab/Co-op
C
L Dem
S Lab P
Ind
Ind
21,406
8,749
4,998
651
204
169
12,657



*
*
*
59.2
24.2
13.8
1.8
0.5
0.5
35.0
-0.5
-2.8
+4.7
200576,53148.7
D.A. Keen
R.M. Bowen
Mrs. S.K. Khalsa
G. Kemp
Mrs. G.E.A. Anstis
L.S. Mullett
W.W. Prachar
Lab/Co-op
C
L Dem
NF
GP
UKIP
Ind
17,741
10,921
6,177
975
815
612
41
6,820



*
*
*
*
47.6
29.3
16.6
2.6
2.2
1.6
0.1
18.3
-11.6
+5.1
+2.8



-0.4
Note:-
2001:

Khaira was the defendant in a 1992 court case in which the Court of Appeal declared that a mortgage company did not have to explain the effect of a charge despite the chargee being a customer. This ruling allowed the mortgage company to repossess Khaira's home after his default on mortgage payments, despite his wife holding some equity; his wife had claimed that the influence of her husband had led her to agree to the mortgage.

Khaira had been declared a vexatious litigant by the High Court, on an application by the Attorney-General, in October 2000. He sought election in order to further his campaign to have this declaration and the Court of Appeal judgments reversed. See Barclays Bank v Khaira [1992] 1 WLR 623.



ISLINGTON, ISLINGTON NORTH [46]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199757,38562.5J.B. Corbyn
B.J. Kempton
S.H. Fawthrop
C.M. Ashby
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
24,834
4,879
4,631
1,516
19,955



*
69.3
13.6
12.9
4.2
55.7
+11.8
-1.5
-10.8
200161,97048.8
J.B. Corbyn
Miss L.C. Willoughby
N.D.G. Rands
C.M. Ashby
S.R. Cook
E. Hassan
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
S Lab P
Ref
18,699
5,741
3,249
1,876
512
139
12,958




*
*
61.9
19.0
10.7
6.2
1.7
0.5
42.9
-7.4
+5.4
-2.2
+2.0
200558,42853.9
J.B. Corbyn
Miss L.C. Willoughby
Miss N.E. Talbot
J.R. Nott
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
16,118
9,402
3,740
2,234
6,716

51.2
29.8
11.8
7.1
21.3
-10.7
+10.9
+1.1
+0.9

ISLINGTON, ISLINGTON SOUTH and FINSBURY [47]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199755,46863.7C.R. Smith
Miss S.A. Ludford
D.A. Berens
Miss J.A. Bryett
A.J. Laws
M.R. Creese
E. Basarik
Lab
L Dem
C
RP
Ind
NLP
Ind
22,079
7,516
4,587
741
171
121
101
14,563



*
*
*
*
62.5
21.3
13.0
2.1
0.5
0.3
0.3
41.2
+11.3
-1.9
-11.7
200159,51647.4
Rt. Hon. C.R. Smith
K. Sharp
Mrs. N.A. Morgan
Miss J.S. Booth
T.J. McCarthy
C.G. Thomson
Lab
L Dem
C
SA
Ind
Ind
15,217
7,937
3,860
817
276
108
7,280



*
*
*
54.0
28.1
13.7
2.9
0.9
0.4
25.9
-8.6
+6.9
+0.7
200557,74853.6
Miss E.A. Thornberry
Mrs. B.C. Fox
Miss M.L. McLean
J.W. Humphreys
Miss P.T. Theophanides
A.J.E. Gardner
C. Gidden
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
UKIP
MRLP
Ind
12,345
11,861
4,594
1,471
470
189
31
484



*
*
*
*
39.9
38.3
14.8
4.8
1.5
0.6
0.1
1.6
-14.1
+10.2
+1.2
Notes:-
1997:

Laws had been elected to Islington Borough Council as an official Labour candidate, but had left the party. He sought election as an 'Anti-Child Abuse' candidate.


2001:

McCarthy sought election as an 'English Independence' candidate.



Thomson sought election as a protest against the arts establishment. He was opposed to the policy of the Arts Council in giving grants to small self-interested organizations. He was the candidate of the Stuckist Party, which he had formed.



KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES and RICHMOND-UPON-THAMES,
KINGSTON and SURBITON [48]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199773,83675.4
E.J. Davey
R.P. Tracey
Mrs. S.B. Griffin
Mrs. G.S. Tchiprout
Mrs. P.A.M. Burns
M.C. Leighton
C.M. Port
L Dem
C
Lab
RP
UKIP
NLP
Rainbow
20,411
20,355
12,811
1,470
418
100
100
56



*
*
*
*
36.7
36.6
23.0
2.6
0.7
0.2
0.2
0.1
+10.7
-16.5
+3.4
200172,687*67.5
E.J. Davey
D.L. Shaw
P.J. Woodford
C.J. Spruce
Mrs. P.A.M. Burns
J.D. Hayball
J.St.J. Middleton
L Dem
C
Lab
GP
UKIP
S Lab P
Ind
29,542
13,866
4,302
572
438
319
54
15,676



*
*
*
*
60.2
28.2
8.8
1.2
0.9
0.6
0.1
32.0
+23.5
-8.3
-14.3

+0.1
200572,65868.5
E.J. Davey
K.J. Davis
N.J. Parrott
B. Thornton
J.D. Hayball
D.C. Henson
R.G. Weiss
L Dem
C
Lab
UKIP
S Lab P
VP
Rainbow
25,397
16,431
6,553
657
366
200
146
8,986



*
*
*
*
51.1
33.0
13.2
1.3
0.7
0.4
0.3
18.1
-9.1
+4.8
+4.4
+0.4
+0.1
Note:-
2001:

Middleton was the candidate of the 'Unrepresented People's Party' which he had formed. He was opposed to the decision of Kingston-upon-Thames Borough Council to grant a planning application to build a new estate of homes near the River Thames, which involved the uprooting of a row of Poplar trees.



KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES and RICHMOND-UPON-THAMES,
RICHMOND PARK [49]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199771,95179.0
Dr. Jennifer L. Tonge
Rt. Hon. J.J. Hanley
Miss S.P. Jenkins
E.F. Pugh
D.J. Beaupré
B.H.M. D’Arcy
P. Davies
L Dem
C
Lab
RP
MRLP
NLP
Rainbow
25,393
22,442
7,172
1,467
204
102
73
2,951



*
*
*
*
44.7
39.5
12.6
2.6
0.3
0.2
0.1
5.2
+7.0
-12.4
+3.8
200172,25168.0
Dr. Jennifer L. Tonge
T.O.C. Harris
B.F. Langford
J.R. Page
P. St. John Howe
R.A. Perrin
L Dem
C
Lab
GP
UKIP
Ind
23,444
18,480
5,541
1,223
348
115
4,964



*
*
*
47.7
37.6
11.3
2.5
0.7
0.2
10.1
+3.0
-1.9
-1.3
200569,99273.4
Mrs. S.V. Kramer
M. Forgione
J. Butler
J.R. Page
P.J. Dul
P.J. Flower
Mrs. M.J. Harrison
R.G. Weiss
R. Meacock
L Dem
C
Lab
GP
UKIP
CPA
Ind
Rainbow
Ind
24,011
20,280
4,768
1,379
458
288
83
63
44
3,731



*
*
*
*
*
*
46.7
39.5
9.3
2.7
0.9
0.5
0.2
0.1
0.1
7.2
-1.0
+1.9
-2.0
+0.2
+0.2
Notes:-
2001:

Perrin advocated the closure of Richmond Park to traffic.


2005:

Meacock campaigned on a policy of defence of the local environment.



KINGSTON-UPON-THAMES and RICHMOND-UPON-THAMES,
TWICKENHAM [50]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199773,56979.0
J.V. Cable
T.F.H. Jessel
Mrs. E. Tutchell
Mrs. M.J. Harrison
T.D. Haggar
A.J.W. Hardy
L Dem
C
Lab
Ind C
Rainbow
NLP
26,237
21,956
9,065
589
155
142
4,281



*
*
*
45.1
37.8
15.6
1.0
0.3
0.2
7.3
+5.8
-11.8
+5.2
200175,22566.4
J.V. Cable
N.R.S. Longworth
D.P. Rogers
Mrs. J.S.M. Maciejowska
R.T. Hollebone
L Dem
C
Lab
GP
UKIP
24,344
16,689
6,903
1,423
579
7,655



*
*
48.7
33.4
13.8
2.9
1.2
15.3
+3.6
-4.3
-1.8
200571,44472.3
J.V. Cable
P.C. Maynard
B. Whitington
H.B.L. Gower
D. Orchard
B.P. Gilbert
R.G. Weiss
L Dem
C
Lab
GP
UKIP
Ind
Rainbow
26,696
16,731
5,868
1,445
766
117
64
9,965



*
*
*
*
51.6
32.4
11.4
2.8
1.5
0.2
0.1
19.3
+2.9
-1.0
-2.5
-0.1
+0.3
Notes:-
1997:

Harrison advocated a referendum on British membership of the European Union.


2005:

Gilbert advocated a policy of minimal government.



LAMBETH and SOUTHWARK, CAMBERWELL and PECKHAM [51]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199751,31355.3Miss H.R. Harman
M.E.K. Humphries
N.P. Williams
N.A. China
Mrs. A.M. Ruddock
G.A. Williams
Miss J. Barker
C. Eames
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
S Lab P
L
SP
WRP
19,734
3,283
3,198
692
685
443
233
106
16,351



*
*
*
*
*
69.5
11.6
11.3
2.4
2.4
1.6
0.8
0.4
57.9
+9.2
-12.2
-3.8
200153,68746.8
Rt. Hon. Miss H.R.
   Harman
D. McCarthy
J. Morgan
S.S. Poorun
J.A. Mulrenan
R.W. Adams
F. Sweeney

Lab
L Dem
C
GP
SA
S Lab P
WRP

17,473
3,350
2,740
805
478
188
70
14,123




*
*
*
*

69.6
13.3
10.9
3.2
1.9
0.8
0.3
56.3

+0.1
+2.1
-0.7


-1.7
-0.1
200557,07950.8
Rt. Hon. Miss H.R.
   Harman
R.J. Porter
Miss J.K. Lee
P.M. Ingram
D. Penhallow
Mrs. M.M. Sharkey
S.M. Kulkarni

Lab
L Dem
C
GP
UKIP
S Lab P
WRP

18,933
5,450
2,841
1,172
350
132
113
13,483




*
*
*
*

65.3
18.8
9.8
4.0
1.2
0.5
0.4
46.5

-4.3
+5.5
-1.1
+0.8

-0.3
+0.1

LAMBETH and SOUTHWARK,
DULWICH and WEST NORWOOD [52]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199770,20365.0Mrs. T.J.H.D. Jowell
R.W. Gough
Mrs. S.V. Kramer
B.G.S. Coles
Dr. G.M.A. Goldie
D.S. Goodman
E.C. Pike
C. Rizz
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
L
Rainbow
UKIP
Ind
27,807
11,038
4,916
897
587
173
159
38
16,769



*
*
*
*
*
60.9
24.2
10.8
2.0
1.3
0.4
0.3
0.1
36.7
+14.6
-18.6
+1.0
200171,62153.4
Rt. Hon. Miss T.J.H.D.
   Jowell
N.E.J. Vineall
Miss C.V. Pidgeon
Miss J.H. Jones
B.J. Kelly

Lab
C
L Dem
GP
SA

20,999
8,689
5,805
1,914
839
12,310





*

54.9
22.7
15.2
5.0
2.2
32.2

-6.1
-1.5
+4.4
200573,71057.0
Rt. Hon. Miss T.J.H.D.
   Jowell
J.S. Mitchell
M.E.K. Humphries
Miss J.H. Jones
R.S. Atkinson
D.C.N. Heather
Mrs. A.M. Rose
Mrs. J. Weleminsky

Lab
L Dem
C
GP
UKIP
VP
S Lab P
Ind

19,059
10,252
9,200
2,741
290
241
149
57
8,807





*
*
*
*

45.4
24.4
21.9
6.5
0.7
0.6
0.4
0.1
21.0

-9.5
+9.2
-0.8
+1.5
Notes:-
1997:

Rizz was the candidate of the 'Rizz Party' which he had formed. He advocated the legalisation of cannabis.


2005:

Weleminsky was the candidate of the 'FIT Party' which she had formed. She sought election as a candidate committed to integrity and trustfulness. She had been dismissed from the board of Child and Family Court Advisory and Support Services after giving evidence critical of its practices.



LAMBETH and SOUTHWARK,
NORTH SOUTHWARK and BERMONDSEY [53]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199767,54660.4S.H.W. Hughes
J.S. Fraser
G.V. Shapps
M.P. Davidson
W.E.S. Newton
I. Grant
J.R. Munday
Miss I. Yngvison
L Dem
Lab
C
BNP
RP
CL
L
N Dem
19,831
16,444
2,835
713
545
175
157
95
3,387



*
*
*
*
*
48.6
40.3
7.0
1.8
1.3
0.4
0.4
0.2
8.3
-2.8
+5.8
-5.0
200173,52950.1
S.H.W. Hughes
K.J. Abrams
E.G. Wallace
Miss R.G. Jenkins
Miss L. Shore
R.A. McWhirter
J.P. Davies
L Dem
Lab
C
GP
NF
UKIP
CL
20,991
11,359
2,800
752
612
271
77
9,632



*
*
*
*
57.0
30.8
7.6
2.0
1.7
0.7
0.2
26.2
+8.3
-9.5
+0.6



-0.2
200576,93149.3
S.H.W. Hughes
Miss K. McNeill
D. Branch
S.S. Poorun
Mrs. L.N. Robson
P. Winnett
Mrs. S.C. Lawanson
L Dem
Lab
C
GP
UKIP
NF
CPA
17,874
12,468
4,752
1,137
791
704
233
5,406



*
*
*
*
47.1
32.8
12.5
3.0
2.1
1.9
0.6
14.3
-9.9
+2.0
+4.9
+1.0
+1.3
+0.2

LAMBETH and SOUTHWARK, STREATHAM [54]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199774,58360.2T.K. Hill
E.G. Noad
R. O’Brien
J.J. Wall
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
28,181
9,758
6,082
864
18,423



*
62.8
21.7
13.6
1.9
41.1
+13.4
-16.7
+3.6
200176,02148.7
T.K. Hill
R. O’Brien
S.J. Hocking
M. Sajid
G.S. Tucker
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
SA
21,401
6,771
6,639
1,641
906
14,630



*
*
57.3
18.1
17.8
4.4
2.4
39.2
-5.5
+4.6
-4.0
200579,19351.3
Rt. Hon. T.K. Hill
D. Sanders
J.R. Sproule
W.S.B. Collins
T. Gittings
W. Colvill
Mrs. P.J. Stone
R.J. West
Miss S.B. Acheng
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
UKIP
WRP
RA
Ind Lab
Ind
18,950
11,494
7,238
2,245
396
127
100
40
35
7,456




*
*
*
*
*
46.7
28.3
17.8
5.5
1.0
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.1
18.4
-10.6
+10.2
+0.0
+1.1
Note:-
2005:

Stone was sponsored by Clapham Park West Residents Association.



LAMBETH and SOUTHWARK, VAUXHALL [55]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199770,42455.5Miss C.L. Hoey
K.K.K. Kerr
R.M. Bacon
I.D. Driver
W.S.B. Collins
R. Headicar
Lab
L Dem
C
S Lab P
GP
SPGB
24,920
6,260
5,942
983
864
97
18,660



*
*
*
63.8
16.0
15.2
2.5
2.2
0.3
47.8
+7.7
+1.6
-11.4
200174,47444.8
Miss C.L. Hoey
A.F. Bottrall
G.F.T. Compton
W.S.B. Collins
Miss T.C. Bennett
M.N. Boyd
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
SA
Ind
19,738
6,720
4,489
1,485
853
107
13,018



*
*
*
59.1
20.1
13.4
4.5
2.6
0.3
39.0
-4.7
+4.1
-1.8
+2.2
200579,63746.9
Miss C.L. Hoey
C.A. Anglin
E.G. Heckels
T.J. Summers
R.A. McWhirter
D.P. Lambert
J. Polenceus
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
UKIP
SPGB
EDP
19,744
9,767
5,405
1,705
271
240
221
9,977



*
*
*
*
52.9
26.1
14.5
4.6
0.7
0.6
0.6
26.8
-6.3
+6.0
+1.0
+0.1
Note:-
2001:

Boyd described himself as a Democratic Communist. He claimed there was a monopoly in the supply of heroin organized by the government of the United States of America in order to finance neo-nazi organizations and campaigned to expel all United States military personnel from the United Kingdom.



LEWISHAM, LEWISHAM DEPTFORD [56]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199758,14157.9Mrs. J.M. Ruddock
Mrs. I.A. Kimm
K.B. Appiah
J.A. Mulrenan
Mrs. S. Shepherd
Lab
C
L Dem
S Lab P
RP
23,827
4,949
3,004
996
868
18,878



*
*
70.8
14.7
8.9
3.0
2.6
56.1
+10.2
-12.9
-2.8
200160,27548.3
Mrs. J.M. Ruddock
Miss C.E.J. McCartney
A.D. Wiseman
D.P. Johnson
I.G. Page
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
SA
18,915
3,622
3,409
1,901
1,260
15,293




*
65.0
12.5
11.7
6.5
4.3
52.5
-5.8
-2.3
+2.8
200558,39052.1
Mrs. J.M. Ruddock
C. Blango
J.R. Cartlidge
D.P. Johnson
I.G. Page
D.R. Holland
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
SP
UKIP
16,902
5,091
3,773
3,367
742
518
11,811




*
*
55.6
16.8
12.4
11.1
2.4
1.7
38.9
-9.4
+5.0
-0.0
+4.5
-1.9

LEWISHAM, LEWISHAM EAST [57]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199756,33366.4Mrs. B.T. Prentice
P.T. Hollobone
D.C. Buxton
S. Drury
R.C. Croucher
P. White
C. Rizz
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
NF
L
Rainbow
21,821
9,694
4,178
910
431
277
97
12,127



*
*
*
*
58.3
25.9
11.2
2.4
1.2
0.7
0.3
32.4
+13.0
-16.9
-0.2
200156,65753.1
Mrs. B.T. Prentice
D.J. McInnes
D.C. Buxton
B.J. Roberts
Mrs. J. Kysow
M.A.J. Link
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
SA
UKIP
16,160
7,157
4,937
1,005
464
361
9,003



*
*
*
53.7
23.8
16.4
3.4
1.5
1.2
29.9
-4.6
-2.1
+5.2
200555,26956.3
Mrs. B.T. Prentice
J.S. Cleverly
R. Thomas
Miss A.L. Baker
A.E. Tarling
B.F. Franklin
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
NF
14,263
7,512
6,787
1,243
697
625
6,751



*
*
*
45.8
24.1
21.8
4.0
2.3
2.0
21.7
-7.9
+0.3
+5.4

+1.0

LEWISHAM, LEWISHAM WEST [58]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199758,65964.0J.P. Dowd
Mrs. C.R. Whelan
Miss K.M.B. McGrath
A.R.G. Leese
N.R. Long
Mrs. E.A. Oram
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
S Lab P
L
23,273
8,936
3,672
1,098
398
167
14,337



*
*
*
62.0
23.8
9.8
2.9
1.1
0.4
38.2
+15.0
-19.0
-0.1
200159,17652.1
J.P. Dowd
G.A. Johnson
R.K. Thomas
F.G. Pearson
N.R. Long
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
Ind Lab
18,816
6,896
4,146
485
472
11,920



*
*
61.1
22.4
13.4
1.6
1.5
38.7
-0.9
-1.4
+3.7

+0.5
200557,96755.1
J.P. Dowd
A.D. Feakes
Mrs. E. McAnuff
N.R. Long
J.G. Winton
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
UKIP
16,611
6,679
6,396
1,464
773
9,932



*
*
52.0
20.9
20.1
4.6
2.4
31.1
-9.0
+7.5
-2.3

+0.8
Note:-
2001:

Long sought election as an 'Independent Labour/ Green Socialist (Socialist Alliance)' candidate. He was endorsed by the Green Socialist Network and the Left Alliance. Despite being a prominent member of Lewisham Socialist Alliance, which was affiliated to the Socialist Alliance, he was not an official Socialist Alliance candidate.



MERTON, MITCHAM and MORDEN [59]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199765,40273.3
Miss S.A. McDonagh
Dame Angela C.R.
   Rumbold
N.P. Harris
P.J. Isaacs
Mrs. L. Miller
T.J. Walsh
K. Vaikunstha Vasan
J.R. Barrett
N.T.V. Dixon
Lab

C
L Dem
RP
BNP
GP
Ind
UKIP
Ind
27,984

14,243
3,632
810
521
415
144
117
80
13,741




*
*
*
*
*
*
58.4

29.7
7.6
1.7
1.1
0.8
0.3
0.2
0.2
28.7
+15.3

-16.8
-1.6
200165,671*57.8
Miss S.A. McDonagh
H.A.A. Stokes
N.P. Harris
T.J. Walsh
J.H. Tyndall
A.K.J. Roberts
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
BNP
UKIP
22,936
9,151
3,820
926
642
486
13,785



*
*
*
60.4
24.1
10.1
2.4
1.7
1.3
36.3
+2.1
-5.6
+2.5
+1.6
+0.6
+1.0
200565,14861.2
Miss S.A. McDonagh
D.A. Shellhorn
Mrs. J.A.E. Christie-Smith
T.J. Walsh
A.K.J. Roberts
Mrs. R. Alagaratnam
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
VP
Ind
22,489
9,929
5,583
1,395
286
186
12,560



*
*
*
56.4
24.9
14.0
3.5
0.7
0.5
31.5
-4.0
+0.8
+3.9
+1.1
Note:-
1997:

Dixon sought election as an 'Anti-Corruption' candidate. He was a former honorary Vice-Chairman of Mitcham and Morden Conservative Association who had been the Referendum Party candidate for the constituency until he had made accusations of corruption against the official Conservative candidate.



MERTON, WIMBLEDON [60]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199764,11375.4
R.M. Casale
Dr. C. Goodson-Wickes
Mrs. A.L. Willott
H.Z. Abid
R.K. Thacker
Mrs. S.A.H. Davies
M.G. Kirby
G.L. Stacey
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
GP
PLA
Ind
Rainbow
20,674
17,694
8,014
993
474
346
112
47
2,980



*
*
*
*
*
42.8
36.6
16.6
2.0
1.0
0.7
0.2
0.1
6.2
+19.5
-16.4
-4.7
200163,93064.3
R.M. Casale
S.W. Hammond
M.D. Pierce
R.K. Thacker
R.E. Glencross
Mrs. M. Bell
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
CPA
UKIP
18,806
15,062
5,341
1,007
479
414
3,744



*
*
*
45.8
36.6
13.0
2.4
1.2
1.0
9.2
+3.0
+0.0
-3.6
+1.5
200563,69668.1
S.W. Hammond
R.M. Casale
S.M. Gee
G.T. Barrow
A.T. Mills
C.J. Coverdale
A.P. Wilson
R.G. Weiss
C
Lab
L Dem
GP
UKIP
Ind
Ind
Rainbow
17,886
15,585
7,868
1,374
408
211
50
22
2,301



*
*
*
*
*
41.2
35.9
18.1
3.2
0.9
0.5
0.1
0.1
5.3
+4.6
-9.8
+5.1
+0.7
-0.1
Notes:-
1997:

Kirby was the proprietor of a restaurant called 'The Mongolian Barbecue' and sought election as 'The Mongolian Barbecue' candidate in order to publicise it.


2005:

Coverdale was the candidate of the Action Against War Party which he had formed.



Wilson sought election as a 'Tigers Eye' candidate.



NEWHAM and TOWER HAMLETS,
BETHNAL GREEN and BOW [61]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199774,14660.3
Miss O.T. King
K.H. Choudhury
S.N.I. Dulu
D.M. King
T.B. Milson
S. Osman
S. Petter
M. Abdullah
A. Hamid
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
L
Ind Lab
GP
RP
S Lab P
20,697
9,412
5,361
3,350
2,963
1,117
812
557
413
11,285





*
*
*
*
46.3
21.1
12.0
7.5
6.6
2.5
1.8
1.3
0.9
25.2
-7.2
+4.7
-13.8
200176,55650.2
Miss O.T. King
S.B. Faruk
Mrs. J.I. Ludlow
Miss A.L. Bragga
M.P. Davidson
D.W. Delderfield
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
BNP
NBP
19,380
9,323
5,946
1,666
1,211
888
10,057



*
*
*
50.5
24.3
15.5
4.3
3.2
2.3
26.2
+4.1
+3.2
+3.5
+2.5
-4.3
200582,59953.3
G. Galloway
Miss O.T. King
S.B. Faruk
S.N.I. Dulu
J.P.W. Foster
E. Etefia
Miss C. Pugh
RU
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
Ind
CL
15,801
14,978
6,244
4,928
1,950
68
38
823




*
*
*
35.9
34.0
14.2
11.2
4.4
0.2
0.1
1.9

-16.4
-10.1
-4.3
+0.1
Notes:-
1997:

Osman's candidacy was as a result of difficulties in the local Labour Party. After the sitting Labour MP decided not to contest the next election, 217 membership applications from Bangladeshi citizens (in the constituency with the highest proportion of Bangladeshis in the country) were delivered - of which only 9 were found to be genuine, which delayed the selection.

The selection of Labour candidate went ahead in February 1997 from a shortlist drawn up by the Labour Party National Executive Committee, which exclded the leading Bangladeshi candidate, Rajan Uddin. When Miss King - who was not Bangladeshi - was selected, Osman sought election as an unofficial Bangladeshi Labour candidate, describing himself as 'The Real Labour Party'.


2005:

Etefia sought election as an 'Alliance for Change' candidate. He advocated reform of the parking rules to allow free parking on residential roads that were not busy.



NEWHAM and TOWER HAMLETS, EAST HAM [62]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199766,11160.3S.C. Timms
Miss A.L. Bray
I. Khan
M.J. Sole
C. Smith
Mrs. J.E. McCann
G.G. Hardy
Lab
C
S Lab P
L Dem
BNP
RP
N Dem
25,779
6,421
2,697
2,599
1,258
845
290
19,358




*
*
*
64.6
16.1
6.8
6.5
3.2
2.1
0.7
48.5
+10.7
-15.9

-7.5
200171,25552.3
S.C. Timms
P.J. Campbell
Mrs. B.C. Fox
R. Finlayson
J. Pandhal
Lab
C
L Dem
S Lab P
UKIP
27,241
6,209
2,600
783
444
21,032



*
*
73.1
16.6
7.0
2.1
1.2
56.5
+8.5
+0.6
+0.5
-4.7
200578,11050.7
S.C. Timms
A.K. Mian
Miss S.L. Macken
Mrs. A.M. Haigh
D.J. Bamber
Lab
RU
C
L Dem
CPA
21,326
8,171
5,196
4,296
580
13,155




*
53.9
20.6
13.1
10.9
1.5
33.3
-19.2

-3.5
+3.9

NEWHAM and TOWER HAMLETS,
POPLAR and CANNING TOWN [63]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199768,06857.7
J. Fitzpatrick
J.B.M. Steinberg
Mrs. J.I. Ludlow
J.H. Tyndall
I.K. Hare
Mrs. J. Joseph
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
RP
S Lab P
24,807
5,892
4,072
2,849
1,091
557
18,915




*
*
63.2
15.0
10.4
7.2
2.8
1.4
48.2
+11.9
-10.7
-9.2
200176,00944.9
J. Fitzpatrick
R.A. Marr
Mrs. A.E. Sugden
P. Borg
K.R. Boomla
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
SA
20,866
6,758
3,795
1,733
950
14,108




*
61.2
19.8
11.1
5.1
2.8
41.4
-2.0
+4.8
+0.8
-2.1
200585,13645.8
J. Fitzpatrick
T.J. Archer
O. Rahman
Mrs. J.I. Ludlow
T. McGrenera
M.A. Hoque
T. Smith
S.A. Ademolake
Lab
C
RU
L Dem
GP
Ind
VP
CPA
15,628
8,499
6,573
5,420
955
815
650
470
7,129




*
*
*
*
40.1
21.8
16.8
13.9
2.4
2.1
1.7
1.2
18.3
-21.1
+2.0

+2.8
Note:-
2005:

Hoque sought election as a candidate who was a muslim and could best represent this community.



NEWHAM and TOWER HAMLETS, WEST HAM [64]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199757,58958.5A.L. Banks
M.C. MacGregor
Miss S.L.C. McDonough
K.F.A. Francis
L.T. Jug
J.P. Rainbow
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
MRLP
Rainbow
24,531
5,037
2,479
1,198
300
116
19,494



*
*
*
72.9
15.0
7.4
3.5
0.9
0.3
57.9
+14.9
-15.0
-2.2
200159,82848.9
A.L. Banks
Dr. S.S. Kamall
P.J. Fox
Mrs. J.M. Chandler-Oatts
G.J. Batten
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
20,449
4,804
2,166
1,197
657
15,645



*
*
69.9
16.4
7.4
4.1
2.2
53.5
-3.0
+1.4
+0.0
200561,18849.8
Miss L.C. Brown
Miss L.A. German
C.L. Whitbread
Mrs. A.E. Sugden
Miss J.A. Lithgow
S.C. Hammond
H.E.B. Mayhew
G. Alcantara
Lab
RU
C
L Dem
GP
CPA
UKIP
VP
15,840
6,039
3,618
3,364
894
437
409
365
9,801




*
*
*
*
51.1
19.5
11.7
10.9
2.9
1.4
1.3
1.2
31.6
-18.7

-4.7
+3.5
-1.2

-0.9

REDBRIDGE and WALTHAM FOREST,
CHINGFORD and WOODFORD GREEN [65]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199762,90470.7G.I. Duncan Smith
T.J. Hutchinson
G.M. Seeff
A. Gould
C
Lab
L Dem
BNP
21,109
15,395
6,885
1,059
5,714



*
47.5
34.6
15.5
2.4
12.9
-13.9
+13.7
+1.2
200163,25258.5
G.I. Duncan Smith
Miss J.L. Webb
J.D. Beanse
Mrs. J. Griffin
C
Lab
L Dem
BNP
17,834
12,347
5,739
1,062
5,487



*
48.2
33.4
15.5
2.9
14.8
+0.7
-1.2
+0.0
+0.5
200561,38663.0
Rt. Hon. G.I. Duncan Smith
S.J. Wright
J.D. Beanse
M.J. McGough
B.J. White
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
Ind
20,555
9,914
6,832
1,078
269
10,641



*
*
53.2
25.6
17.7
2.8
0.7
27.6
+5.0
-7.7
+2.2
Note:-
2005:

White sought election as a 'Referendum Independent'. He undertook to act in Parliament according to the results of local referendums which he would organise.



REDBRIDGE and WALTHAM FOREST, ILFORD NORTH [66]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199767,15172.7
Mrs. L.A. Perham
V.W.H. Bendall
A. Dean
P. Wilson
Lab
C
L Dem
BNP
23,135
19,911
5,049
750
3,224



*
47.4
40.8
10.3
1.5
6.6
+17.5
-17.1
-1.9
200168,89358.4
Mrs. L.A. Perham
V.W.H. Bendall
G.P. Stollar
M. Levin
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
18,428
16,313
4,717
776
2,115



*
45.8
40.6
11.7
1.9
5.2
-1.6
-0.2
+1.4
200570,72160.8
L. Scott
Mrs. L.A. Perham
M.A. Gayler
A.G. Cross
M. Levin
C
Lab
L Dem
UKIP
Ind
18,781
17,128
5,896
902
293
1,653



*
*
43.7
39.8
13.7
2.1
0.7
3.9
+3.1
-6.0
+2.0
0.2

REDBRIDGE and WALTHAM FOREST, ILFORD SOUTH [67]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199771,20270.2M.J. Gapes
Sir N.G. Thorne
Miss A. Khan
D. Hodges
B.G. Ramsey
A. Owens
Lab/Co-op
C
L Dem
RP
S Lab P
BNP
29,273
15,073
3,152
1,073
868
580
14,200



*
*
*
58.5
30.1
6.3
2.2
1.7
1.2
29.4
+16.4
-16.8
-4.1
200176,02554.3
M.J. Gapes
S. Kumar
R.J. Scott
H. Khan
Lab/Co-op
C
L Dem
UKIP
24,619
10,622
4,647
1,407
13,997



*
59.6
25.7
11.3
3.4
33.9
+1.1
-4.4
+5.0
200579,64653.6
M.J. Gapes
S.J. Metcalfe
M.E. Lake
K. Rana
C.H. Taylor
Lab/Co-op
C
L Dem
Ind
UKIP
20,856
11,628
8,761
763
685
9,228



*
*
48.9
27.2
20.5
1.8
1.6
21.7
-10.8
+1.5
+9.3

-1.8
Note:-
2005:

Rana was the candidate of the 'British Public Party' which he had formed.



REDBRIDGE and WALTHAM FOREST,
LEYTON and WANSTEAD [68]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199762,17663.2H.M. Cohen
R.T. Vaudry
C.A. Anglin
S.F. Duffy
A.K. Mian
Lab
C
L Dem
PLA
Ind
23,922
8,736
5,920
488
256
15,186



*
*
60.8
22.2
15.1
1.2
0.7
38.6
+15.0
-8.7
-5.4
200161,54954.8
H.M. Cohen
E.G. Heckels
A.I.M.C. Wilcock
A. Gunstock
Miss S.A. Labern
M.J. Skaife D’Ingerthorp
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
SA
UKIP
19,558
6,654
5,389
1,030
709
378
12,904



*
*
*
58.0
19.7
16.0
3.1
2.1
1.1
38.3
-2.8
-2.5
+0.9
200560,44455.0
H.M. Cohen
Mrs. M. Khan
J.A.S. Foster
A. Gunstock
N.W. Jones
M.T. Robertson
Lab
L Dem
C
GP
UKIP
Ind
15,234
8,377
7,393
1,522
591
155
6,857



*
*
*
45.8
25.2
22.2
4.6
1.8
0.4
20.6
-12.2
+9.2
+2.5
+1.5
+0.7
Note:-
2005:

Robertson advocated the abolition of the monarchy.



REDBRIDGE and WALTHAM FOREST, WALTHAMSTOW [69]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199763,81862.8N.F. Gerrard
Mrs. J.E. Andrew
Dr. Jane M. Jackson
Rev. J.G. Hargreaves
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
25,287
8,138
5,491
1,139
17,149



*
63.1
20.3
13.7
2.9
42.8
+18.8
-16.9
-2.1
200164,40353.5
N.F. Gerrard
N.J. Boys Smith
P.G. Dunphy
S.P. Donovan
W. Phillips
Miss G.K. Mayer
Miss B.Z. Duffy
Lab
C
L Dem
SP
BNP
UKIP
PLA
21,402
6,221
5,024
806
389
298
289
15,181



*
*
*
*
62.2
18.1
14.6
2.3
1.1
0.9
0.8
44.1
-1.0
-2.2
+0.9
200563,07954.6
N.F. Gerrard
F. Ahmed
Miss J.A. Wright
R.J. Brock
Mrs. N. Taaffe
Lab
L Dem
C
UKIP
SP
17,323
9,330
6,254
810
727
7,993



*
*
50.3
27.1
18.2
2.3
2.1
23.2
-11.9
+12.5
+0.1
+1.5
-0.2

SUTTON, CARSHALTON and WALLINGTON [70]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199766,06473.3
T.A. Brake
F.N. Forman
A.C. Theobald
J.E.C. Storey
P.H. Hickson
G.N. Ritchie
L.B. Povey
L Dem
C
Lab
RP
GP
BNP
UKIP
18,490
16,223
11,565
1,289
377
261
218
2,267



*
*
*
*
38.2
33.5
23.9
2.7
0.8
0.5
0.4
4.7
+7.3
-16.2
+6.2
200167,337*60.3
T.A. Brake
K. Andrew
Mrs. M.K. Cooper
S.N. Dixon
M.A. Haley
L Dem
C
Lab
GP
UKIP
18,289
13,742
7,466
614
501
4,547



*
*
45.0
33.9
18.4
1.5
1.2
11.1
+6.8
+0.3
-5.5
+0.7
+0.8
200567,24364.0
T.A. Brake
K. Andrew
A.C. Theobald
F.R. Day
R.W. Steel
L Dem
C
Lab
UKIP
GP
17,357
16,289
7,396
1,111
908
1,068



*
*
40.3
37.8
17.2
2.6
2.1
2.5
-4.7
+4.0
-1.2
+1.3
+0.6

SUTTON, SUTTON and CHEAM [71]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199762,82475.0
P.K. Burstow
Lady H. Olga Maitland
M.G. Allison
P.G. Atkinson
S.P. McKie
Mrs. D. Wright
L Dem
C
Lab
RP
UKIP
NLP
19,919
17,822
7,280
1,784
191
96
2,097



*
*
*
42.3
37.8
15.5
3.8
0.4
0.2
4.5
+8.5
-17.3
+5.5
200163,648*62.4
P.K. Burstow
Lady H. Olga Maitland
Mrs. L.F. Homan
L Dem
C
Lab
19,382
15,078
5,263
4,304

48.8
38.0
13.2
10.8
+6.5
+0.1
-2.2
200562,88566.7
P.K. Burstow
R.J. Willis
A. Shukla
R.G. Weiss
L Dem
C
Lab
Rainbow
19,768
16,922
4,954
288
2,846



*
47.1
40.4
11.8
0.7
6.7
-1.6
+2.4
-1.4

WANDSWORTH, BATTERSEA [72]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199766,89570.9
J.M. Linton
J.C. Bowis
Mrs. P.C. Keaveney
M.W. Slater
R.A.P. Banks
J. Marshall
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
UKIP
Rainbow
24,047
18,687
3,482
804
250
127
5,360



*
*
*
50.8
39.4
7.3
1.7
0.5
0.3
11.4
+9.5
-11.0
+0.3
200167,49554.5
J.M. Linton
Miss L.C.A. Shersby
Mrs. S.M. Vitelli
T.E. Barber
Lab
C
L Dem
Ind
18,498
13,445
4,450
411
5,053



*
50.3
36.5
12.1
1.1
13.8
-0.5
-2.9
+4.7
200569,54859.0
J.M. Linton
D.J. Schofield
Miss N.M. Bhatti
W.H. Charlton
T.F. Jones
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
UKIP
16,569
16,406
6,006
1,735
333
163



*
*
40.4
40.0
14.6
4.2
0.8
0.4
-9.9
+3.4
+2.5
Note:-
2001:

Barber sought election as the candidate of the 'No Fruit out of Context Party' which he had formed. He was opposed to the use of pineapple as a topping for pizza.



WANDSWORTH, PUTNEY [73]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199760,01573.3
A.J. Colman
Rt. Hon. D.J. Mellor
R.D. Pyne
Sir J.M. Goldsmith
W.B. Jamieson
L. Beige
M.A. Yardley
J.D. Small
Miss A. Poole
D.L.D. Van Braâm
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
UKIP
Ind
Ind
NLP
Ind
Ind Dem
20,084
17,108
4,739
1,518
233
101
90
66
49
7
2,976



*
*
*
*
*
*
*
45.7
38.9
10.8
3.5
0.5
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.1
0.0
6.8
+9.0
-13.3
+1.2
200160,64356.5
A.J. Colman
M.R.E. Simpson
A.K. Burrett
Mrs. P.A. Wild
Mrs. Y.M.C. Windsor
Lab
C
L Dem
UKIP
PLA
15,911
13,140
4,671
347
185
2,771



*
*
46.5
38.4
13.6
1.0
0.5
8.1
+0.8
-0.5
+2.9
+0.5
200561,49959.5
Miss J. Greening
A.J. Colman
J.N. Ambache
K.O. Magnum
A.J. Gahan
C
Lab
L Dem
GP
UKIP
15,497
13,731
5,965
993
388
1,766



*
*
42.4
37.5
16.3
2.7
1.1
4.9
+4.0
-8.9
+2.7

+0.0
Notes:-
1997:

Beige had changed his name from Steve Furst in order to contest the election. He sought election as a 'Happiness - Stan's Freedom to Party' candidate. He was seeking election in order to promote his comedy club.



Yardley was sponsored by the Sportsman's Alliance, an organisation which opposed restrictions on handgun ownership. Mellor had been a leading proponent of such restrictions in the previous Parliament.



Poole was the candidate of the 'Independently Beautiful Party' which she had formed. She advocated that breast implants be made available on the National Health Service.



Van Braâm sought election as a 'Renaissance Democrat'.



WANDSWORTH, TOOTING [74]

ElectionElectorsT'out
CandidatePartyVotes
%Ch.%
199766,53669.3T.M. Cox
J.B.B. Hutchings
S.A. James
Mrs. A.M. Husband
J.M. Rattray
P.J. Boddington
J. Koene
D.J. Bailey-Bond
P.J. Miller
Lab
C
L Dem
RP
GP
Ind
Ind
Rainbow
NLP
27,516
12,505
4,320
829
527
161
94
83
70
15,011



*
*
*
*
*
*
59.7
27.1
9.4
1.8
1.1
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.2
32.6
+11.5
-13.0
+2.0
200168,44754.9
T.M. Cox
A.J.M. Nicoll
S.A. James
M. Ledbury
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
20,332
9,932
5,583
1,744
10,400



*
54.1
26.4
14.9
4.6
27.7
-5.6
-0.7
+5.5
+3.5
200570,51059.0
S.A. Khan
Hon. J.N. Bethell
Mrs. S.M. Dearden
Mrs. S.M. Vitelli
A.J. Zaidi
S.D. McDonald
I.K. Perkin
Lab
C
L Dem
GP
RU
UKIP
Ind
17,914
12,533
8,110
1,695
700
424
192
5,381



*
*
*
*
43.1
30.1
19.5
4.1
1.7
1.0
0.5
13.0
-11.0
+3.7
+4.7
-0.6
Notes:-
1997:

Boddington sought election as a 'British Freedom' candidate. He was a rail commuter who had been prosecuted for refusing to stop smoking cigarettes on the train and opposed restrictions on smoking.



Koene sought election as a 'Charter for Basic Rights' candidate. He was sponsored by a group which included the actors Corin and Vanessa Redgrave, who had previously been active in the Workers' Revolutionary Party.


2005:

Perkin had been Finance Director of St. George's Hospital, Tooting until he was dismissed in December 2002. He claimed that financial problems at the hospital were having an impact on patient care.


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