The Conservative Party has continued its success in Havering & Redbridge. 

Susan Hall and Keith Prince topped the constituency's polls in the mayoral and assembly votes. 

Ms Hall, who ran for Mayor of London, received 82,859 votes whilst incumbent London Mayor Sadiq Khan received just 50,780. 

Keith Prince was named as the constituency's London Assembly Member today (May 4) inside the ExCel building in Newham. 

He won 65,037 votes, continuing his incumbency after his first election to post in 2016. 

Romford Recorder: Susan Hall topped the vote in Havering & RedbridgeSusan Hall topped the vote in Havering & Redbridge (Image: Stefan Rousseau/PA Wire)Labour candidate Guy Williams achieved runner-up with 49,561 votes. 

Mr Prince said in his winning speech: "I would like to thank everybody on my team who helped me get across the line. It's been a fantastic effort, we've put in hours of work. I'm truly, truly grateful to you. 

"I'd also like to thank my fellow candidates and their teams for running a clean and good campaign. Guy, it's been good to work with you, or work against you. I mean that in the nicest possible way. 

Romford Recorder: The party chanted Four more years after Prince's winThe party chanted Four more years after Prince's win (Image: Olivia Carter)"Thank you very much everybody."

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The constituency assembly member results for Havering & Redbridge were called at 7.14pm, presented to a much smaller audience in the count hall than was here earlier today. 

Mr Prince spoke with this paper after his speech. 

He said: "(I feel) great. I'm so grateful to all my team who helped me get across the line.

"It's been amazing. I think Havering & Redbridge have sent a very clear message to the Mayor that they're really unhappy with his policies and I think he really needs to reflect on that." 

Romford Recorder: Khan has been re-elected as Mayor of LondonKhan has been re-elected as Mayor of London (Image: Jeff Moore/PA Wire)Sadiq Khan has been appointed Mayor of London for the third term running after a successful campaign. 

His win in the 2024 London elections is his largest point majority so far. 

Labour have secured ten of a possible 25 London Assembly seats in the elections this year, whilst the Conservatives have won three. 

A single seat has been won by the Liberal Democrats. 

The full results for Havering Redbridge are as follows:

  • Kim Arrowsmith, Green Party: 15,010
  • Mohammed Asif, Independent: 11,768
  • Fraser Coppin, Liberal Democrats: 8,240
  • Keith Prince, Conservative Party: 65,037
  • Andy Walker, Trade Unionists and Socialists Against Cuts: 2,145
  • Guy Williams, Labour Party: 49,561
  • Alex Wilson, Reform UK - London Deserves Better: 19,696