politics ealing local government

 

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Your Councillors

Borough Election 2014

Number Of Seats On Ealing Council
Party 2014 2010 Gain/Loss
Labour 53 40 13
Conservative 12 24 -12
Liberal Democrat 4 5 -1




Click on map to get details of Councillors and the voting in wards for the last election

The Wards which cover Ealing and elected Councillors

 

 



Labour Celebrate Ealing Victory
And set sights on next year's general election

Labour Increase Majority on Ealing Council
Another disappointment for the Tories in London

Conservative Group Leader Steps Down
David Millican moves aside after his party's poor election result

Results of 2010 Election

Party Seats Gains Losses
Net
Change
Votes
%
Votes +/-
Labour 40 12 0 +12 36.8 56,834 +3.8
Conservative 24 0 14 -14 34.0 52,417 -3.8
Liberal Democrat 5 2 0 +2 20.8 32,105 +1.3
Green 0 0 0 0 6.0 9,200 -1.1
Independent 0 0 0 0 1.2 1,887 -0.1
Christian Peoples 0 0 0 0 0.4 457 +0.1
UKIP 0 0 0 0 0.3 455 +0.2
Libertarian 0 0 0 0 0.1 93 +0.1

2010 Ealing Elections Deliver Shock Result - Labour Win


Results of General Election 2015

Labour Take Ealing Central and Acton by 274 Votes

Steve Pound Hails 'Tory Free' Ealing

Virendra Sharma Holds Southall for Labour

Northfield Ward By Election Conservative Hold


Results of General Election 2010

The Longest Night

There are three constituencies covering Ealing: Ealing North to the north of the Uxbridge Road held for Labour by Stephen Pound, Ealing Southall, which also includes Ealing Broadway and South Ealing the MP is Virendra Sharma (Labour) and the new seat of Ealing Central and Acton which was won by Angie Bray (Conservative).

To see detailed maps, click here or to find constituencies by postcode, try clicking here. As the MP's point out, please check that you have the right MP before contacting them, if you don't want unnecessary delays.

Ealing North

To contact Steve Pound: Telephone 020 7219 1140/4312 . Fax 020 7219 5982
E-mail: stevepoundmp@parliament.uk
Write to: Steve Pound MP, House of Commons, Westminster, SW1A 0AA
He also has a web site: www.stevepound.org.uk (but don't email him from there - use the email address above).
Surgery: Mondays and Fridays, except public holidays.

Ealing Southall

Virendra Sharma - Telephone (Parliament): 020 7219 6080
Telephone (Constituency Office): 020 8571 1003
Email: virendra.sharma@ealing.gov.uk

Virendra Sharma's Website

Ealing Central and Acton

Rupa Huq 0208 896 2323
info@ealinglabour.com

Rupa Huq

 


How to contact your local political parties

Ealing Liberal Democrats - Serving the three Ealing Parliamentary Constituencies of Ealing North (incl. Greenford, Northolt & Perivale), Ealing Southall and Ealing Central and Acton

Ealling Southall Conservatives - Address: Conservative HQ, 39 Broughton Road, Ealing, W13 8QW esca@breathe.com Phone: 020 8567 2602

Ealing Common Branch Labour Party represents the interests of Labour Party members and supporters in the Ealing Common Ward. - Meetings are held monthly on every third Thursday. Contact Branch Secretary Kevin McGrath on kevinmcgrath@reit.co.uk.

The Greater London Assembly

We are in the Ealing and Hillingdon Assembly Constituency. In 2012 Dr. Onkar Sahota was elected as the Labour candidate for this seat replacing Richard Barnes, the previous incumbent, who was a Conservative representative.

dr onkar sahota

Website: www.dronkarsahota.com
E-Mail: contact@dronkarsahota.com

London Assembly election, 2012: Ealing and Hillingdon
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Onkar Sahota
65,584
40.0
+13.4
Conservative Richard Barnes
62,474
38.1
-5.0
Liberal Democrat Michael Cox
11,805
7.2
-3.2
Green Mike Harling
10,877
6.6
-0.6
UKIP Helen Knight
6,750
4.1
+1.5
BNP David Furness
4,284
2.6
+2.6
National Front Ian Edward
2,035
1.2
-3.3
Majority
3,110
-
Total formal votes
163,809
98.4
Informal votes
2,703 1.6
Turnout 166,512 37.9
-6.2
Labour gain from Conservative

 

London Assembly election, 2008: Ealing and Hillingdon
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Richard Barnes
74,710
42.2
+9.8
Labour Ranjit Dheer
46,072
26.0
+1.5
Liberal Democrat Nigel Bakhai
18,004
10.2
–6.6
Green Sarah Edwards
12,606
7.1
+0.5
National Front Ian Edward
7,939
4.5
N/A
Christian (Christian Peoples) Mary Boyle
5,100
2.9
+0.7
UKIP Lynnda Robson
4,465
2.5
–8.0
Left List Salvinder Dhillon
2,390
1.4
N/A
English Democrats Sati Chaggar
1,853
1.1
N/A
Majority  
28,638
16.2
+8.3
Turnout  
176,924
44.1
+6.8
Conservative hold
Swing
+4.2