Rachel Blake
Rachel Blake

Labour’s Rachel Blake won the Cities of London and Westminster constituency by a majority of 2,708 votes, turning it red for the first time in its history.

In second place was the Conservative candidate with 12,594 votes. The Liberal Democrats came in third with 4,335 votes. The Green Party came in fourth place with 2,844 votes. Reform came fifth with 2,752 votes.

Turnout for the election was 53% — a 14% drop from 2019. A total of 39,419 votes were cast.

Rachel Blake joined the Labour Party in 2003 and was elected as a councillor in Tower Hamlets in 2014 and rose through the ranks to become deputy mayor in 2018. She has been a policy advisor under Gordon Brown and worked in grassroots charities supporting homeless and unemployed households. Rachel has championed the development of council homes and has promised to make housing reform a priority.

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