Following the June 8th general election our Labour MP for Dulwich & West Norwood is again Helen Hayes who received 39,096 votes, a massive 28,156 ahead of her nearest rivals. The Tories got 10,940, the Lib Dems 4,475 , the Greens 1,408 and two independents 121 & 103 votes. Candidates who get less than 5% of the total votes lose a £500 deposit.
In 2015 Helen was first elected to parliament with 27,772 votes and since then has gained an excellent reputation as hard working local MP.
More election results are at: http://www.standard.co.uk/news/politics/general-election-2017-live-results-constituency-by-constituency-as-they-come-in-a3560616.html
Norwood Forum has arranged a question time event for us to question our prospective MPs and listen to their views on topics that we raise. All candidates have been invited to these political hustings. Come along to Elmgreen School, Elmcourt Road Se27 9BZ on Wednesday 31st May at 7pm . Free refreshments.
Helen Hayes, the newly elected Labour MP for West Norwood, holds regular advice sessions every second Friday of the month (except August) at 10am-11.30am in West Norwood Leisure Centre , Devane Way SE27 0DF.
Other sessions take place (except August) every:
- first Friday 12.30pm to 2pm at East Dulwich Community Centre, Darrell Road SE22 9NL
- third Friday 10am – 11.30am at Brixton Advice Centre, 165-167 Railton Road SE24 0LU
- and every fourth Friday 10am to 11.30am at Kingswood House, Seeley Drive SE21 8QN
We can also contact Helen by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning 020 7219 6971
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Helen Hayes, the Labour candidate, was selected on 7th May as the new MP for Dulwich & West Norwood . Helen has a significant majority – over 16,000 votes.
The results are:
Labour – 27,772 (54.1%)
Conservative – 11,650 (22.7%)
Lib Dem – 5,055 (9.8%)
Green – 4,844 (9.4%)
UKIP – 1,606 (3.1%)
TUSC – 248 (0.5%)