Labour's Marsha de Cordova has been elected as the MP for Battersea after she won the seat with 45.5 per cent of the votes and a majority of 5,668.

It was declared early on Friday morning that De Cordova will return as Labour MP for the constituency after she received 27,290 votes.

The Conservative candidate, Kim Caddy, came in at second place on election night, receiving 21,622 votes.

This was followed by Lib Dem Mark Gitsham in third place with 9,150 votes, and Lois Davis of the Green Party in fourth with 1,529.

Jake Thomas of the Brexit party received 386 votes.

Turnout was 75.6 per cent.