Boris Johnson won the seat in 2017 with a 10.8% majority, with 23,716 votes giving him a 50.8% share, up 0.6% on the previous election in 2015.

The constituency voted 57.19% to leave in the EU referendum.

The seat has been held by Conservatives since 2010, when it was created following boundary changes, part merging the former Uxbridge and Ruislip-Northwood constituencies.

Jo Humphreys (Liberal Democrat)

Jo was elected as a London Councillor in May 2018, where she has served as the Assistant Cabinet Member for Children’s Services and Schools. 

Since being elected, Jo has worked hard to improve the lives of her residents and has played an integral part in introducing into Richmond Borough a remembrance programme of events for Holocaust Memorial Day, including an education programme for Year 9 pupils. 

Jo believes that Boris Johnson is unfit to be in office. As the strongest voice of Remain, Jo wants to stop Brexit and offer a practical and affordable plan for this constituency including improving our health and education services, ending the housing shortage, and fixing the climate crisis.

Mark Keir (Green Party)

Mark Keir is an environmental activist and active supporter of Extinction Rebellion. He previously stood for election in last year's local elections and in the most recent General Election in 2017.


Boris Johnson (Conservative)

Boris Johnson served as the mayor of London for eight years and foreign secretary under Theresa May. He succeeded her as prime minister in July 2019.

He won a scholarship at Eton College, and later studied classics at Balliol College, Oxford. He started his career in journalism as a reporter for The Times in 1987 and became a political columnist for The Spectator in 1994 and in 1999 became editor, continuing that role until 2005.

He once said: "My chances of being PM are about as good as the chances of finding Elvis on Mars, or my being reincarnated as an olive."


Ali Milani (Labour)

Ali is one of the youngest prospective parliamentary candidates in the country, at 25. He studied International Politics at Brunel University.

He migrated to the UK from Iran when he was five and grew up on a council estate in London. He considers himself ‘a wave of young progressive thinkers around the world’.


Written by Amelia Oprean and Rahima Miah

Information correct November 7

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