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To elect a body of 25 members whose job it is to question the London Mayor on the way he carries out his job London is divided into 14 CONSTITUENCIES which represent all the London Boroughs. The 25 member body is known as the London assembly. The election is on party political lines with each political party putting up a candidate to win that constituency seat. Voting is then carried out by the population of that constituency. Each constituency will elect one member to sit on the London assembly. You will note there are 14 constituencies but 25 seats on the London Assembly. This is by design. 14 members are elected by the London voting public while the remaining 11 are given their seat by choosing their names from a list of political party members. The idea is that the final makeup of the Assembly will always be in line proportionally with the overall pattern of political votes cast throughout London. This stops the anomaly of where a party could lose all constituencies by very narrow margins and end up with no seats while the winning party gets all seats, in an extreme example. Winning members who sit on the London Assembly have the initials AM after their name.

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For a map of  London Boroughs click here.

London Constituencies Map


 
1: BARNET & CAMDEN 8: GREENWICH & LEWISHAM
2: BEXLEY & BROMLEY 9: HAVERING & REDBRIDGE
3: BRENT &HARROW 10: LAMBETH & SOUTHWARK
4: CITY & EAST 11: MERTON & WANDSWORTH
5: CROYDON & SUTTON 12: NORTH EAST
6: EALING & HILLINGDON 13: SOUTH EAST
7: ENFIELD & HARINGEY 14: WEST CENTRAL






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