General Election 2024 London seats: Who is my MP in…Edmonton and Winchmore Hill?

Kate Osamor (PA Media)
Kate Osamor (PA Media)

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:EDMONTON AND WINCHMORE HILL


Top five candidates (in alphabetical order):

Luke Balnave - Green Party (3,681 votes)

Zoe Huggins - Conservatives (7,888 votes)

Tim Martin - Liberal Democrats (2,721 votes)

Kate Osamor - Labour and Co-operative (20,520 votes)

Neville Watson - Reform UK (3,501 votes)

Wards: Bush Hill Park; Edmonton Green; Grange Park; Haselbury; Highfield; Jubilee; Lower Edmonton; Upper Edmonton; Winchmore Hill

Constituency map of Edmonton and Winchmore Hill (Google Maps)
Constituency map of Edmonton and Winchmore Hill (Google Maps)

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

Boundary changes impact: Edmonton was a Labour stronghold and the newly drawn constituency will remain so, albeit by less. The party’s vote share is seen falling to 58.2% from 65% on the old boundaries in 2019, according to analysis for Sky News by Professor Michael Thrasher.