Greenwich voters went to the polls yesterday in the General Election and Council Election and delivered a successful set of results for Labour.
Nick Raynsford was re-elected as the MP for Greenwich & Woolwich with 49.2% of the vote. Spencer Drury moved the Conservatives into second place, with the Liberal Democrat candidate coming third.
In the local elections, Labour candidates swept the board in the Peninsula and Greenwich West wards.
By the end of the night, Labour were up by four council seats, taking two from the Conservatives and wiping out the Lib Dems who were defending two seats in the Middle Park and Sutcliffe ward.