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25 London Assembly Members announced

6th May 2016

The 25 candidates who have been elected as London Assembly Members for the next four years have now been announced by the Greater London Returning Officer.

Each voter could vote for an individual candidate to represent their constituency and for a party to represent the whole of London. 

The 11 seats on the London Assembly were allocated to parties based on their London-wide share of the vote. Only parties securing more than 5% of the vote qualified for a seat.

The elected candidates – in the order the seats were allocated - are:

 
Candidate Political party
Sian Rebecca Berry Green Party - "vote Green on Orange"
Peter Robin Whittle UK Independence Party (UKIP)
Caroline Valerie Pidgeon Caroline Pidgeon's London Liberal Democrats
Kemi Badenoch Conservative Party
Andrew Boff Conservative Party
Fiona Ruth Twycross Labour Party
Caroline Marguerite Cumine Russell Green Party - "vote Green on Orange"
Tom Phillip Copley Labour Party
Shaun Bailey Conservative Party
Nicky Gavron Labour Party
David Michael Kurten UK Independence Party (UKIP)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A full breakdown of votes can be found at www.londonelects.org.uk/results-2016.

A further 14 members of the London Assembly are elected on a constituency basis. The constituencies and candidates are:

 
Constituency Candidate Elected
Barnet & Camden Andrew Hartley Dismore, Labour Party
Bexley & Bromley Gareth Andrew Bacon, Conservative Party 
Brent & Harrow Navin Shah, Labour Party
City & East Unmesh Desai, Labour Party
Croydon & Sutton  Stephen John O'Connell, Conservative Party
Ealing & Hillingdon Onkar Singh Sahota, Labour Party
Enfield & Haringey Joanne McCartney, Labour Party
Greenwich & Lewisham Len Duvall, Labour Party
Havering & Redbridge Keith Anthony Prince,  Conservative Party
Lambeth & Southwark Florence Eshalomi, Labour Party
Merton & Wandsworth Leonie Alison Cooper, Labour Party
North East Jennette Arnold, Labour Party
South West  Tony Arbour, Conservative Party
West Central Tony Devenish, Conservative Party
 

For more information go to www.londonelects.org.uk/results-2016

For more information please contact the London Elects Media Office. 

London Elects Head of Media Relations:

Alison Bell - 07887 832 918 or 020 7983 4228 – City Hall
media@londonelects.org.uk

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Notes to editors
  1. London Elects is the independent body responsible – under the direction of the Greater London Returning Officer (GLRO) – for delivering and encouraging participation in the Mayor of London and London Assembly elections. 
  2. London Elects is part of the Greater London Authority, but is operationally independent. It has a separate budget and reports directly to the GLRO.
  3. The GLRO for this election is Jeffrey Jacobs. 
 

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