James Hatts

Bermondsey & Old Southwark: Labour’s Neil Coyle re-elected

Neil Coyle has been re-elected as Bermondsey & Old Southwark's Labour MP, seeing off an attempt by Lib Dem Sir Simon Hughes to wrest back his former seat.

Neil Coyle
Neil Coyle pictured during the election campaign
Bermondsey & Old Southwark: Labour’s Neil Coyle re-elected
L-R: John Tyson (Green); Sir Simon Hughes (Lib Dem); Neil Coyle (Labour); James Clarke (independent); Siobhan Baillie (Conservative)

Neil Coyle retained the seat with a majority of 12,972, having first taken office two years ago with a 4,489 lead over the Liberal Democrats.

The result was announced by the returning officer, Cllr Charlie Smith, the Mayor of Southwark, shortly before 5am.

Turnout was 67 per cent, compared to 61.7 per cent at the last general election in 2015.

Full result

Neil Coyle (Labour) – 31,161
Simon Hughes (Liberal Democrat) – 18,189
Siobhan Baillie (Conservative) – 7,581
Elizabeth Jones (UKIP) – 838
John Tyson (Green) – 639
James Clarke (independent) – 113

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