General Election 2024: Labour holds Streatham and Croydon North

Steve Reed won with 23,232 votes, a majority of 15,603 which accounted for 52.1 percent of the vote, a slight decrease by 5.8 percent from the previous election in 2019.

Mr Reed will be returning to his role as MP after serving as MP for Croydon North since 2012, as well as shadow Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs since September 2023.

Mr Reed’s previous seat for Croydon North was abolished this year and replaced by Streatham and Croydon North as the new constituency. 

In second place was the Green Party with 17.1 votes up from 12.7 percent from the elections in 2019, whilst the Conservative Party received 12 percent of the vote, a decrease by 6.8 percent from the last election .

Who were the candidates?

Labour Party – Steve Reed

Green Party – Scott Ainslie

Conservative Party – Anthony Boutall

Liberal Democrats – Claire Bonham

Reform UK – Philip Watson

Workers Party of Britain – Waseem Sherwani

Christian Peoples Alliance – Magdaline Nzekwue

Social Democratic Party – Myles Owen

A breakdown of the results:

Labour Party – 23,232

Green Party – 7,629

Conservative Party – 5,328

Liberal Democrats – 5,031

Reform UK – 1,994

Workers Party of Britain – 910

Christian Peoples Alliance – 290

Social Democratic Party – 139

Total votes – 44,553

Turnout – 58 percent

 

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