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Bexley and Bromley (London Assembly constituency)

Bexley and Bromley
Territorial constituency for the London Assembly
Bexley and Bromley shown within London
Created 2000 (2000)
Number of members One
Member James Cleverly
Party Conservative
Last election 2012
Next election 2016

Bexley and Bromley is a constituency represented in the London Assembly. It consists of the combined area of the London Borough of Bexley and the London Borough of Bromley. The constituency is represented by James Cleverly, a Conservative first elected in the 2008 election.

Overlapping constituencies

In elections to Westminster it is a mostly, although not exclusively, Conservative-voting area. The equivalent Westminster seats after the May 6th 2010 election:

Assembly members

James Cleverly giving his election speech
Election Member Party
2000 Bob Neill Conservative
2008 James Cleverly Conservative

Election results

London Assembly election, 2012: Bexley and Bromley[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative James Cleverly 88,482 52.6 0.0
Labour Josie Channer 40,714 24.2 +9.2
Liberal Democrat Sam Webber 11,396 6.8 -3.8
UKIP David Coburn 10,771 6.4 +2.4
Green Jonathan Rooks 9,209 5.5 +0.8
BNP Donna Treanor 7,563 4.5 N/A
Majority 47,768 28.4 -9.2
Total formal votes 168,135 98.7
Informal votes 2,240 1.3
Turnout 170,375 38.0 -11.1
Conservative hold Swing -4.6
London Assembly election, 2008: Bexley and Bromley[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative James Cleverly 105,162 52.6 +12.2
Labour Alex Heslop 29,925 14.5 -1.1
Liberal Democrat Tom Papworth 21,244 10.6 –8.3
National Front Paul Winnett 11,288 5.6 N/A
Green Ann Garrett 9,261 4.6 –0.5
UKIP Mick Greenhough 8,021 4.0 –12.8
Independents to Save Queen Mary's Hospital John Hemming-Clark 6,684 3.3 N/A
Christian (Christian Peoples) Miranda Suit 4,408 2.2 –0.1
English Democrats Steven Uncles 2,907 1.5 N/A
Left List David Davis 1,050 0.5 N/A
Majority 75,237 37.6
Turnout 199,950 49.1
Conservative hold Swing +4.5
London Assembly election, 2004: Bexley and Bromley[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Bob Neill 64,246 40.4 -6.8
Liberal Democrat Duncan Borrowman 29,992 18.9 -2.7
UKIP Heather Bennett 26,703 16.8 N/A
Labour Charlie Mansell 24,848 15.6 -6.5
Green Ann Garrett 8,069 5.1 -1.9
Christian Peoples Miranda Suit 3,397 2.1 N/A
Respect Alun Morinan 1,673 1.1 N/A
Majority 32,254 23.8
Turnout 158,928
Conservative hold Swing
London Assembly election, 2000: Bexley and Bromley[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Bob Neill 64,879 47.2 N/A
Labour Charlie Mansell 30,320 22.1 N/A
Liberal Democrat Duncan Borrowman 29,710 21.6 N/A
Green Ian Jardin 11,124 8.1 N/A
London Socialist Jean Kysow 1,403 1.0 N/A
Majority 34,559 25.2 N/A
Turnout 137,436 35.3 N/A
Conservative hold Swing N/A


  1. ^ [1]
  2. ^ BBC Election 2008: results
  3. ^ Greater London Authority Election Results
  4. ^ London & Local Elections 2000: Bexley and Bromley, BBC News
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