Dulwich and West Norwood General Election 2024 result as Labour comfortably hold seat

By Staff

Labour’s Helen Hayes has been re-elected as the MP for Dulwich and West Norwood. Hayes, 50, won with 27,356 votes.

Green Party candidate Pete Elliot, a former local councillor, finished second, with 8,567 votes. Leon Cook, the Conservative Party candidate, finished third with 3,873 votes. Liberal Democrat candidate Donna Harris, a local councillor, was fourth with 3,485 votes.

Hayes has been Labour MP for Dulwich and West Norwood since 2015. At the previous election in 2019, she won 65.5 per cent of the vote share.

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Dulwich and West Norwood covers parts of Brixton, Brockwell Park, most of Dulwich except East Dulwich, Herne Hill, Gipsy Hill and West Norwood.

Hayes’ victory was announced in the early hours of Friday (July 5) at The Oval in South London. Speaking after her victory on July 5, Hayes said: “I would like to thank every single person in Dulwich and West Norwood for voting to return me as the member of parliament for this extraordinary constituency.”

It was one of a slew of seats held by Labour across London, while some Tory seats also turned red including Croydon East, and Finchley & Golders Green on a night when Prime Minister Rishi Sunak admitted defeat to Labour at about 4.45am, before the official overall result was in.

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