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Labour doubles number of London MEPs

The Labour Party has doubled its number of MEPs in London after winning half of the eight seats up for grabs in the region in the European elections.

Labour topped the poll in the capital with 806,959 votes and won four seats, while the Tories won only two seats with 495,639 votes. The Liberal Democrats came fifth overall – behind the Green Party and UKIP – losing their only MEP in London.

Four of Labour’s MEP candidates for London got a warm reception when they visited Twickenham in March.

The Labour MEPs for London are:





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