General Election London 2024 seats: Who is my MP in...Sutton and Cheam?

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:

SUTTON AND CHEAM

WINNER: LUKE TAYLOR

Top five candidates (in alphabetical order):

Anam Aasha - Green Party (1,721 votes)

Tom Drummond - Conservatives (13,775 votes)

Ryan Powell - Reform UK (5,787 votes)

Chrishni Reshekaron - Labour (8,430 votes)

Luke Taylor - Liberal Democrats (17,576 votes)

Area: Wards in the constituency include Belmont, Cheam, North Cheam, Stonecot, Sutton Central, Sutton North, Sutton South, Sutton West & East Cheam, Worcester Park North, and Worcester Park South.

Sutton and Cheam constituency map. Purple shaded area: Current constituency boundary. Green outlines new constituency boundaries (© OpenStreetMap contributors | © CARTO)
Sutton and Cheam constituency map. Purple shaded area: Current constituency boundary. Green outlines new constituency boundaries (© OpenStreetMap contributors | © CARTO)

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Boundary changes impact (Thrasher and Rallings analysis): Boundary changes have not changed the political make-up of this constituency.