Politicians including the Mayor of London and the Home Secretary have reacted to the news that a police officer was
Labour’s Steve Reed comfortably held his Croydon North seat securing 36,495 votes. Conservative candidate Donald Ekekhomen won 11,822 votes, Liberal
If Kensington is south west London’s most marginal constituency, decided by just 20 votes in 2017, then Croydon North is
Labour’s Steve Reed may boast about his green credentials but he doesn’t take the climate emergency seriously, according to one
By Jack FrancklinDecember 6 2019, 14.40Follow @SW_Londoner A victim of discrimination under apartheid in South Africa is running for
Claire Bonham (left) with Lib Dem leader Jo Swinson (right)
Jeremy Corbyn harnessed public support to increase the Labour Party’s number of seats by 30 at last week’s general election.
Steve Reed has ensured Croydon North remained in Labour hands for the fourth General Election in a row. Mr Reed
Labour and Co-operative candidate Steve Reed launched his campaign for re-election as Croydon North MP last week. Mr Reed retained
Advocacy group Operation Black Vote will be launching a new project in Croydon to inspire young people to participate in
Croydon North MP Steve Reed has reacted to the ‘dismal’ news of Donald Trump’s imminent victory in the US election.