Labour fight incredibly tight contest in Bromley & Biggin Hill – thanks from our candidate, Oana Olaru-Holmes

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Oana Olaru-Holmes, our candidate for Bromley & Biggin Hill, has narrowly missed out on gaining the seat for Labour in an incredibly tightly fought race – there were just 302 votes in it.

Labour has increased its share of vote in Bromley & Biggin Hill by a huge 8.3% on a turnout of 66%.

“A big thank you to every voter who cast their vote for me, for change, and although we didn’t quite make it here, I know our new Labour Government will make a huge difference for people here in Bromley & Biggin Hill over the coming years”, says Oana.

Oana and some of her team

Oana added: “I’d like to thank each and every Labour member who came out to campaign with me in Bromley & Biggin Hill, it was a fantastic team effort to speak to thousands of people in just a small number of weeks and relay our message that change is possible.

“As a result we’ve made real progress in Bromley & Biggin Hill with the constituency now being ultra marginal.

“I’d also like to offer special thanks to my agent, James Rathbone, and Campaign Co-ordinator, Tim Warren, without whom we could not have run such an energetic and enjoyable campaign.”

The full results of the election in Bromley & Biggin Hill can be found here.