HARROW ELECTION RESULTS, 1894-2024
HARROW ELECTION RESULTS, 1894-2024

Latest News and Forthcoming Elections

 

Parliamentary General Election  -  Thursday 4 July, 2024

 

It has been announced that the General Election will take place on the first Thursday in July.  As further information becomes available, updates will appear here, with content concentrating on the three Parliamentary constituencies covering Harrow, viz:

 

Harrow East

Harrow West

Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner

 

The Electoral Commission has published the timetable for the election, with the following important dates remaining:

 

26 June: Last date for Proxy Vote applications
4 July: Polling day

9 July: New Parliament summoned to meet
9 August: Deadline for election expenses return

 

Statements of Persons Nominated (SOPNs) have been issued by the Returning Officers of the three constituencies.  Validly nominated candidates are as follows:

 

Harrow East

 

Reetendra N. BANERJI                Liberal Democrat

Robert J. ('Bob') BLACKMAN        Conservative Party

Roger CLARK                             Reform UK

Sabira LAKHA                            Independent

Sebastian B.I. ('Seb') NEWSAM   Green Party

Sarajulhaq PARWANI                  Workers Party

Primesh PATEL                           Labour Party

 

 

Harrow West

 

Michael J. BEAVIS                       Reform UK

Pamela J. FITZPATRICK               Independent

Rupert N. GEORGE                      Green Party

Abbasali M. ('Abbas') MERALI       Conservative Party

Christoper D. ('Chris') NOYCE      Liberal Democrat

Bharatkumar I. PATEL                 Independent

Gareth R. THOMAS                         Labour and Co-operative Party

 

 

Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner

 

Jonathan M. BANKS                    Liberal Democrat

Tarnvir S. ('Tony') GILL               Labour Party

Jessica M. ('Jess') LEE                 Green Party

Ian J. PRICE                               Reform UK

David T. SIMMONDS                   Conservative Party

 

Mayor of London and Greater London Authority (GLA) Election, 2 May 2024

 

FULL DETAILED RESULTS FOR THE BRENT & HARROW ELECTORAL AREA HAVE NOW BEEN UPLOADED IN THE MAIN PART OF THIS WEBSITE, TO BE FOUND AS APPENDIX H IN THE 2022-2024 SECTION.  The following summary results are shown here for ease of reference:

 

MAYOR OF LONDON

 

Sadiq A. KHAN            (Lab)                             1,088,225

Susan M. HALL            (C)                                   812,397

Robert A. BLACKIE      (LDem)                             145,184

Zoe GARBETT              (Green)                            145,114

Howard COX               (Reform UK)                        78,865

Natalie D. CAMPBELL   (Ind)                                   47,815

Amy GALLAGHER        (SDP)                                  34,449

Femy AMIN                 (Animal Welfare Party)         29,280

Andreas C. MICHLI      (Ind)                                   26,121

Tarun GHULATI           (Ind)                                   24,702

Count BINFACE           (Count Binface for Mayor)     24,260

Nick SCANLON            (Britain First)                       20,519

Brian B. ROSE            (London Real Party)                7,501

 

Labour Majority:   275,828

Electorate:    6,162,428

BPs Issued:   2,495,559        T'out: 40.5%

Spoilt BPs:    11,127

 

 

BRENT & HARROW (GLA constituency member)

 

Krupesh J. HIRANI                               (Lab/Co-op)    63,867

Stefan BUCOVINEANUL-VOLOSENIUC    (C)                 55,039

Nida AL-FULAIJ                                    (Green)          15,167

Jonathan SINGH                                  (LDem)           12,068

Ian J. PRICE                                        (Reform UK)   11,243

 

Labour Majority:   8,828

Electorate:    428,775

BPs Issued:   158,915        T'out: 37.1%

Spoilt BPs:    1,531

 

Boundary Commission for England: Final Proposals for New Parliamentary Constituencies

 

The Boundary Commission for England (BCE), published on 28 June 2023 their final recommendations for new Parliamentary constituencies in England.

 

Compared to the previous ("revised") proposals, Harrow would continue be to divided between a total of three constituencies: Harrow East, Harrow West, and Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner.

 

The only alteration concerned the wards from Hillingdon to be included in the Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner seat: Ruislip Manor ward was moved to the Uxbridge and South Ruislip constituency; Harefield Village ward was moved from Uxbridge and South Ruislip to replace it.

 

 

Harrow East  (76,299 electors)

 

Comprising: Belmont, Canons, Centenary, Edgware, Harrow Weald, Kenton East, Kenton West, Stanmore.  Plus the following ward from the LB of Brent: Queensbury.

 

 

Harrow West (74,060 electors)

 

Comprising: Greenhill, Harrow on the Hill, Headstone, Marlborough, North Harrow, Rayners Lane, Roxbourne, Roxeth, Wealdstone North, Wealdstone South, West Harrow.

 

 

Ruislip, Northwood and Pinner  (72,168 electors)

 

Comprising: Hatch End, Pinner, Pinner South.  Plus the following wards from the LB of Hillingdon: Eastcote, Harefield Village, Northwood, Northwood Hills, Ruislip.

 

Cllr. Phil O'Dell

 

In April 2023 Cllr. O'Dell's membership of the Labour Group was suspended to allow an (unspecified) investigation to take place.  This changed the composition of the Council to:

 

Conservative Party   31 

Labour Party   23

Independent   1

 

1964-1977 Pages: Updated

 

A revised edition of Harrow Votes: The London Borough of Harrow, 1964-1977, has been published and can be accessed from the 1964-1977 section of this website.