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We believe in community-empowered decision-making. Each of the below endorsements is pro-Palestine and informed by local community input, consultation with our senior advisory council, and the data.

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List of Constituencies with 10% or more Muslim Vote Released

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Constituency
Name
Vote
For
Current
MP
2019
Majority
Ceasefire
Vote
Muslim
Electorate (%)
Bradford West

Naz Shah

Labour

30989 In Favour 49503 (55%)
Birmingham Hall Green and Moseley

Tahir Ali

Labour

29389 In Favour 44597 (50%)
Birmingham Ladywood

Akhmed Yakoob

Independent

Shabana Mahmood

Labour

27992 Abstained 49807 (43%)
East Ham

Sir Stephen Timms

Labour

26373 In Favour 42606 (43%)
Blackburn

Adnan Hussain

Independent

Kate Hollern

Labour

22903 In Favour 36470 (43%)
Bradford East

Imran Hussain

Labour

21168 In Favour 35046 (40%)
Bethnal Green and Stepney

Ajmal Masroor

Independent

Rushanara Ali

Labour

37524 Abstained 41390 (40%)
Birmingham Perry Barr

Ayoub Khan

Independent

Mr Khalid Mahmood

Labour

21032 In Favour 35952 (39%)
Ilford South

Noorjahan Begum

Independent

Sam Tarry

Labour

23202 In Favour 36887 (38%)
Birmingham Yardley

Jody McIntyre

Workers Party of Britain

Jess Phillips

Labour

18291 In Favour 32034 (37%)
Leicester South

Shockat Adam

Independent

Jonathan Ashworth

Labour (co-op)

19193 Abstained 29757 (31%)
Poplar and Limehouse

Apsana Begum

Labour

22644 In Favour 33949 (30%)
Oldham West, Chadderton and Royton

Zaffar Iqbal

Independent

Jim McMahon

Labour (co-op)

14523 Abstained 23848 (28%)
Manchester Rusholme

Afzal Khan

Labour

In Favour 25121 (28%)
Luton North

Toqueer Shah

Independent

Sarah Owen

Labour

15449 In Favour 24718 (28%)
Slough

Azhar Chohan

Independent

Mr Tanmanjeet Singh Dhesi

Labour

16810 Abstained 28589 (28%)
Ilford North

Leanne Mohamad

Independent

Wes Streeting

Labour

17685 Abstained 25743 (27%)
Rochdale

George Galloway

Workers Party of Britain

George Galloway

Workers party of britain

12785 In Favour 21273 (27%)
Luton South and South Bedfordshire

Attiq Malik

Independent

Rachel Hopkins

Labour

15192 In Favour 25028 (26%)
Barking

Muhammad Asim

Workers Party of Britain

Dame Margaret Hodge

Labour

13892 Abstained 41390 (25%)
Brent East

Dawn Butler

Labour

14784 In Favour 25272 (24%)
Gorton and Denton

Andrew Gwynne

Labour

12253 Abstained 21018 (24%)
Leicester East

Claudia Webbe

Independent

Claudia Webbe

Independent

13809 In Favour 21919 (23%)
West Ham and Beckton

Sophia Naqvi

Independent

Ms Lyn Brown

Labour

14844 Abstained 24137 (22%)
Queen’s Park and Maida Vale

Ms Karen Buck

Labour

14706 In Favour 22452 (22%)
Bolton South and Walkden

Yasmin Qureshi

Labour

In Favour 20193 (22%)
Walthamstow

Stella Creasy

Labour (co-op)

14050 In Favour 20422 (21%)
Leyton and Wanstead

Shanell Johnson

Independent

John Cryer

Labour

12955 Abstained 18858 (20%)
Huddersfield

Andrew Cooper

Green Party

Mr Barry Sheerman

Labour (co-op)

10582 Abstained 16561 (19%)
Walsall and Bloxwich

Aftab Nawaz

Independent

Eddie Hughes

Conservative

9332 Against 17154 (19%)
Ealing North

Sameh Habeeb

Workers Party of Britain

James Murray

Labour (co-op)

12005 Abstained 18026 (18%)
Oldham East and Saddleworth

Debbie Abrahams

Labour

9533 Abstained 14896 (18%)
Smethwick

Nahim Rabani

Workers Party of Britain

John Spellar

Labour

8831 Abstained 14792 (17%)
Hayes and Harlington

John McDonnell

Labour

10266 In Favour 16885 (17%)
Bradford South

Judith Cummins

Labour

8321 In Favour 14447 (17%)
Holborn and St Pancras

Andrew Feinstein

Independent

Keir Starmer

Labour

10147 Abstained 15374 (17%)
Derby South

Chris Williamson

Workers Party of Britain

Dame Margaret Beckett

Labour

8870 Abstained 15266 (17%)
Ealing Southall

Darshan Singh Azad

Workers Party of Britain

Mr Virendra Sharma

Labour

11234 Abstained 17178 (17%)
Feltham and Heston

Amrit Mann

Workers Party of Britain

Seema Malhotra

Labour (co-op)

9682 Abstained 16382 (16%)
Sheffield Brightside and Hillsborough

Christine Gilligan Kubo

Green Party

Gill Furniss

Labour

7635 Abstained 13372 (16%)
Burnley

Gordon Birtwistle

Liberal Democrat

Antony Higginbotham

Conservative

8439 Against 13925 (16%)
Enfield North

Ertan Karpazli

Independent

Feryal Clark

Labour

10107 Abstained 15313 (16%)
Wycombe

Mr Steve Baker

Conservative

9414 Against 13430 (16%)
Brent West

Barry Gardiner

Labour

10625 In Favour 17164 (16%)
Preston

Michael Lavalette

Independent

Sir Mark Hendrick

Labour (co-op)

8423 Abstained 14881 (16%)
Brentford and Isleworth

Ruth Cadbury

Labour

10558 Abstained 15526 (15%)
Peterborough

Paul Bristow

Conservative

10158 Abstained 15414 (15%)
Bolton North East

Rebecca Forrest

Liberal Democrat

Mark Logan

Conservative

8493 Against 13167 (15%)
Hendon

Dr Matthew Offord

Conservative

10004 Against 15021 (15%)
Harrow West

Pamela Fitzpatrick

Independent

Gareth Thomas

Labour (co-op)

9846 Abstained 14896 (15%)
Blackley and Middleton South

Graham Stringer

Labour

6080 Abstained 11558 (14%)
Tottenham

Nandita Lal

Independent

Mr David Lammy

Labour

9784 Abstained 15806 (14%)
Ealing Central and Acton

Dr Rupa Huq

Labour

11422 In Favour 15733 (14%)
Nottingham East

Nadia Whittome

Labour

8596 In Favour 14232 (14%)
Halifax

Holly Lynch

Labour

7913 Abstained 12249 (14%)
Pendle and Clitheroe

Andrew Stephenson

Conservative

8145 Against 11960 (14%)
Birmingham Edgbaston

Ammar Warraich

Independent

Preet Kaur Gill

Labour (co-op)

7309 Abstained 11885 (14%)
Keighley and Ilkley

Vaz Shabir

Workers Party of Britain

Robbie Moore

Conservative

7597 Against 10508 (13%)
Southgate and Wood Green

Karl Vidol

Bambos Charalambous

Labour

9952 Abstained 13803 (13%)
Cities of London and Westminster

Rajiv Sinha

Green Party

Nickie Aiken

Conservative

9214 Against 13731 (13%)
Harrow East

Sabira Lakha

Independent

Bob Blackman

Conservative

8636 Against 12589 (13%)
Manchester Central

Ekua Bayunu

Green Party

Lucy Powell

Labour (co-op)

7559 Abstained 13332 (13%)
Hackney North and Stoke Newington

Ms Diane Abbott

Labour

7141 In Favour 11612 (13%)
Croydon West

Jahir Hussain

Liberal Democrat

7552 Unknown 12007 (13%)
Sheffield Central

Paul Blomfield

Labour

5334 In Favour 9407 (12%)
Birmingham Erdington

Mrs Paulette Hamilton

Labour

6012 Abstained 11279 (12%)
Leeds North East

Dawud Islam

Workers Party of Britain

Fabian Hamilton

Labour

6476 In Favour 9045 (12%)
Hackney South and Shoreditch

Dame Meg Hillier

Labour (co-op)

6599 Abstained 10835 (12%)
Dagenham and Rainham

Jon Cruddas

Labour

6933 In Favour 11255 (12%)
Newcastle upon Tyne Central and West

Yvonne Ridley

Independent

Chi Onwurah

Labour

8196 Abstained 12648 (12%)
Hyndburn

Shabir Faizal

Green Party

Sara Britcliffe

Conservative

5536 Against 9257 (12%)
Manchester Withington

Richard Kilpatrick

Jeff Smith

Labour

6362 Abstained 9193 (12%)
Leeds East

Richard Burgon

Labour

5490 In Favour 9465 (11%)
Watford

Khalid Mahmood Chohan

Workers Party of Britain

Dean Russell

Conservative

6661 Against 9556 (11%)
Mitcham and Morden

Pippa Maslin

Green Party

Dame Siobhain McDonagh

Labour

7323 Abstained 11215 (11%)
Birmingham Selly Oak

Kamel Hawwash

Independent

Steve McCabe

Labour

5579 Abstained 9329 (11%)
Stretford and Urmston

Khalila Choudhury

Workers Party of Britain

Andrew Western

Labour

6111 Abstained 8831 (11%)
Middlesbrough and Thornaby East

Andy McDonald

Labour

5542 In Favour 9878 (11%)
Islington North

Jeremy Corbyn

Independent

Jeremy Corbyn

Independent

6932 In Favour 9681 (11%)
Leeds South

Ed Carlisle

Green Party

Hilary Benn

Labour

5154 Abstained 9509 (10%)
Uxbridge and South Ruislip

Ian Rex-Hawkes

Liberal Democrat

Steve Tuckwell

Conservative

6747 Against 9849 (10%)
West Bromwich

Parmjit Singh Gill

Liberal Democrat

Nicola Richards

Conservative

4986 Against 8597 (10%)
Sheffield South East

Mr Clive Betts

Labour

5439 In Favour 8786 (10%)
Hampstead and Highgate

Tulip Siddiq

Labour

6558 Abstained 9892 (10%)
Streatham and Croydon North

Scott Ainslie

Green Party

Steve Reed

Labour (co-op)

6753 Abstained 10125 (10%)
Cardiff South and Penarth

Anthony Slaughter

Green Party

Stephen Doughty

Labour (co-op)

5653 Abstained 8805 (10%)
Hammersmith and Chiswick

Andy Slaughter

Labour

6941 In Favour 9987 (10%)
Finchley and Golders Green

Sarah Hoyle

Liberal Democrat

Mike Freer

Conservative

7061 Against 9945 (10%)
Islington South and Finsbury

Carne Ross

Green Party

Emily Thornberry

Labour

6493 Abstained 9577 (10%)
Bury North

Shafat Ali

Workers Party of Britain

James Daly

Conservative

5705 Against 8377 (10%)
Peckham

Ms Harriet Harman

Labour

5427 Abstained 8547 (10%)

In each Muslim-dense seat we work with the local civil society organisations to (a) unite them; and (b) ask them to feedback to us who their choice is. We will then take this feedback onboard as well as seeking input from our senior advisory council and make a final decision.

N.B. All the above data is mapped to the new constituency boundaries.

Please note that 2024 saw an enormous number of changes in seats and seat names as well as a record number of MPs stepping down or being deselected. George Galloway was not an MP at the time of the vote but was in favour of ceasefire in November 2023.

If you see any errors, please email [email protected]

Frequently asked questions

  • Our focus at The Muslim Vote is about working towards unity and coordination across our community. Importantly - that means respecting and empowering local communities.

    In Muslim-heavy areas we are tapped into the local community leadership and local organisations. We work with these groups, informed by data, and informed by the advice of our senior advisory council to come to a consensus candidate.

  • We are a very broad collective and so enjoy the support of a huge portion of the Muslim community. Do we speak for every last Muslim? No. Is there diversity of views within our collective? Yes. But one thing we are all united on is that the Muslim vote matters and it needs to be taken seriously by the UK’s political class.

  • Our supporting organisations enjoy the support of millions of Muslims all over the country. We are a collective of the grassroots.

    Our technology partners are from our community and have helped build websites that handle hundreds of millions of pounds every year and tens of millions of visitors every month.

  • No, we are a loose collective. Our principal aims are to educate and mobilise at the grassroots.

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