Marginal seats near 

Marginal constituencies are the contests in the election that are expected to be closest, based on the 2017 result. They are the most important seats to target for tactical voting, and wider campaigning for the party that can stop the Tories there.

ConstituencyLikely contest (2019)Tactical voteMargin (2017)Distance
Richmond ParkCon. vs Lib DemLib Dem0.07%3 miles
Kingston and SurbitonLib Dem vs Con.Lib Dem6.63%4 miles
PutneyCon. vs LabourLabour3.31%5 miles
KensingtonLabour vs Con.Labour0.05%8 miles
BatterseaLabour vs Con.Labour4.39%8 miles
Carshalton and WallingtonLib Dem vs Con.Lib Dem2.70%10 miles
Cities Of London and WestminsterCon. vs LabourLabour8.14%10 miles
Harrow EastCon. vs LabourLabour3.46%12 miles
HendonCon. vs LabourLabour2.05%12 miles
Finchley and Golders GreenUnusual seatNot sure3.16%12 miles
Croydon CentralLabour vs Con.Labour9.90%12 miles
Chipping BarnetCon. vs LabourLabour0.64%15 miles
WatfordCon. vs LabourLabour3.57%16 miles
Enfield, SouthgateLabour vs Con.Labour9.01%17 miles
Chingford and Woodford GreenCon. vs LabourLabour5.19%19 miles
CrawleyCon. vs LabourLabour4.89%23 miles
Reading EastLabour vs Con.Labour6.79%27 miles
ThurrockCon. vs LabourLabour0.69%28 miles
Reading WestCon. vs LabourLabour5.56%29 miles
StevenageCon. vs LabourLabour6.86%32 miles
East Worthing and ShorehamCon. vs LabourLabour9.61%42 miles
Milton Keynes SouthCon. vs LabourLabour2.58%44 miles
Oxford West and AbingdonLib Dem vs Con.Lib Dem1.36%45 miles
Milton Keynes NorthCon. vs LabourLabour3.09%47 miles
BedfordLabour vs Con.Labour1.63%49 miles