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Evening Standard
Evening Standard
Nicholas Cecil

General Election London 2024 seats: Who is my MP in...Streatham and Croydon North?

Millions of voters across London went to the polls on July 4 to elect the new Government. The Standard looked at key battleground seats in the capital, and published an interactive map of the results. Here we turn the spotlight on: 



Top five candidates (in alphabetical order):

Scott Ainslie - Green Party (7,629 votes)

Claire Bonham - Liberal Democrats (5,031 votes)

Anthony Boutall - Conservatives (5,328 votes)

Steve Reed - Labour (23,232 votes)

Philip Watson - Reform UK (1,994 votes)

Area: This constituency includes four Croydon wards including Crystal Palace & Upper Norwood, Norbury & Pollards Hill, Norbury Park and Thornton Heath, as well as four from Lambeth which are St. Leonard’s, Streatham Hill, Streatham South and Streatham Wells.

The new constituency of Streatham and Croydon North (Google Maps)

I’m not sure if I’m in this constituency: Here’s how you can check

Boundary changes impact (Thrasher and Rallings analysis): Boundary changes have made this seat safer for Labour than the old seat of Streatham. The party won the latter in 2019 with 54.8 per cent of the vote, with the Lib Dems on 23.5 per cent and Tories 16 per cent. The new seat would have been 57.9 per cent Labour, 18.8 per cent Conservative and 17.6 per cent Lib Dem.

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