Endorsements in the 2019 United Kingdom general election

Various newspapers, organisations and individuals endorsed parties or individual candidates for the 2019 United Kingdom general election.

Endorsements for partiesEdit

Newspapers and magazinesEdit

National daily newspapersEdit

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
Daily Express Conservative Party [1]
Daily Mail Conservative Party [2][3]
Daily Mirror Labour Party [4]
The Daily Telegraph Conservative Party [5]
Financial Times None "To those candidates who share [internationalist, pro business and liberal] values – and are ready to fight for them – the FT lends its wholehearted support." [6]
The Guardian Labour Party Advocated voting for "candidates who can defeat the Tories" where Labour can't win. [7]
i None [8]
The Independent None Endorsed tactical voting "in an effort to deny Mr Johnson that majority." [9]
Morning Star Labour Party [10]
The Sun Conservative Party [11][12]
The Times Conservative Party [13]

National Sunday newspapersEdit

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
The Observer None Encouraged readers to vote for "pro-referendum, progressive" candidates in order to stop a Conservative majority. [14]
Sunday Express Conservative Party [15]
The Sunday Mirror Labour Party [16]
The Sunday People Labour Party [17]
The Sun on Sunday Conservative Party [18]
The Sunday Telegraph Conservative Party [19]
The Sunday Times Conservative Party [20]

National weekly newspapersEdit

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
The Jewish Chronicle None Opposed Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn becoming prime minister. [21]

National political magazinesEdit

Publication Endorsement Notes Link
The Economist Liberal Democrats [22]
New Statesman None Endorsed tactical voting against the Conservatives.
Called Jeremy Corbyn "unfit to be prime minister".
[23]
Red Pepper Labour Party [24]
Socialist Standard Socialist Party of Great Britain Called on voters to write "world socialism" on their ballot outside the two constituencies contested. [25]
The Spectator Conservative Party [26]

Other national publicationsEdit

Publication Endorsement Notes Link
Dazed Labour Party Bi-monthly style magazine [27]
gal-dem Labour Party Publication sharing perspectives from women and non-binary people of colour [28]
Huck Labour Party Bi-monthly arts and lifestyle magazine [29]
Peace News Green Party Supported parties that proposed a green new deal. [30]
Labour Party
Plaid Cymru
The Quietus Labour Party Music and pop culture magazine [31]
Socialist Appeal Labour Party Trotskyist publication [32]
Vice Labour Party Cultural/lifestyle magazine [33]

Northern Irish newspapersEdit

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
Irish News None Supported candidates who support remaining in the European Union. [34]

Regional newspapersEdit

Publication Endorsement Notes Link
Evening Standard Conservative Party Free daily London newspaper [35]
Liverpool Echo Labour Party Daily newspaper covering Liverpool and Merseyside[36] [37]

IndividualsEdit

Brexit PartyEdit

Conservative PartyEdit

Green PartyEdit

Labour PartyEdit

Liberal DemocratsEdit

Plaid CymruEdit

  • Richard Dawkins, ethologist, evolutionary biologist, and author[72] (also endorsed the Liberal Democrats, SNP, and Greens)

Scottish National PartyEdit

OrganisationsEdit

Conservative PartyEdit

Democratic Unionist PartyEdit

Labour PartyEdit

Trades unions
Other

PartiesEdit

Parties not contesting these electionsEdit

Some parties are not contesting these elections and have endorsed other parties.

For Labour:

Parties only contesting some constituenciesEdit

Some parties which only contest elections in certain parts of the United Kingdom have endorsed political parties in areas they don't contest.

Endorsements in individual constituenciesEdit

AEdit

AberavonEdit

For Stephen Kinnock (Labour):

AberconwyEdit

For Emily Owen (Labour):

Aberdeen SouthEdit

For Stephen Flynn (SNP):

Altrincham and Sale WestEdit

For Andrew Western (Labour):

Alyn and DeesideEdit

For Mark Tami (Labour):

AngusEdit

For Dave Doogan (SNP):

ArfonEdit

For Hywel Williams (PC):

Argyll and ButeEdit

For Brendan O'Hara (SNP):

Arundel and South DownsEdit

For Bella Sankey (Labour):

AshfieldEdit

For Natalie Fleet (Labour):

BEdit

BanburyEdit

For Suzette Watson (Labour):

Banff and BuchanEdit

For Paul Robertson (SNP):

Barrow and FurnessEdit

For Chris Altree (Labour):

For Simon Fell (Conservative):

Barnsley CentralEdit

For Victoria Felton (Brexit Party):

BassetlawEdit

For Keir Morrison (Labour):

BathEdit

For Wera Hobhouse (Lib Dem):

BatterseaEdit

For Marsha de Cordova (Labour):

For Mark Gitsham (Lib Dem):

BeaconsfieldEdit

For Dominic Grieve (independent):

BedfordEdit

For Mohammed Yasin (Labour):

For Henry Vann (Lib Dem)

  • Independent hospital campaigner and founder of the 'Save Bedford Hospital Party', Dr. Barry Monk[378]

Belfast EastEdit

For Naomi Long (Alliance):

For Gavin Robinson (DUP):

Belfast NorthEdit

For Nigel Dodds (DUP):

For John Finucane (Sinn Féin):

Belfast SouthEdit

For Claire Hanna (SDLP):

For Emma Little-Pengelly (DUP):

Bermondsey and Old SouthwarkEdit

For Neil Coyle (Labour):

For Humaira Ali (Lib Dem):

BirkenheadEdit

For Frank Field (Birkenhead Social Justice Party):

Birmingham EdgbastonEdit

For Preet Gill (Labour):

Birmingham ErdingtonEdit

For Jack Dromey (Labour):

Birmingham NorthfieldEdit

For Richard Burden (Labour):

Birmingham YardleyEdit

For Jess Phillips (Labour):

Bishop AucklandEdit

For Helen Goodman (Labour):

For Dehenna Davison (Conservative):

Blackley and BroughtonEdit

For Graham Stringer (Labour):

BolsoverEdit

For Dennis Skinner (Labour):

Bolton North EastEdit

For David Crausby (Labour):

Bolton WestEdit

For Julie Hilling (Labour):

Bournemouth WestEdit

For Conor Burns (Conservative):

BraintreeEdit

For Jo Beavis (Independent):

Brecon and RadnorshireEdit

For Jane Dodds (Lib Dem):

Brentford and IsleworthEdit

For Ruth Cadbury (Labour):

BridgendEdit

For Madeleine Moon (Labour):

Brighton KemptownEdit

For Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Labour);

Brighton PavilionEdit

For Caroline Lucas (Green):

Bristol North WestEdit

For Darren Jones (Labour):

Bristol WestEdit

For Carla Denyer (Green):

BroxbourneEdit

For Julia Bird (Lib Dem)

BroxtoweEdit

For Anna Soubry (Change UK):

BuckinghamEdit

For Stephen Dorrell (Lib Dem):

BurnleyEdit

For Julie Cooper (Labour):

Bury NorthEdit

For James Frith (Labour):

Bury SouthEdit

For Lucy Burke (Labour):

For Christian Wakeford (Conservative):

  • Ivan Lewis, independent candidate, and former Labour and independent MP for the seat[411]

Bury St EdmundsEdit

For Helen Geake (Green):

CEdit

CaerphillyEdit

For Lindsay Whittle (PC):

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter RossEdit

For Jamie Stone (Lib Dem):

For Karl Rosie (SNP):

Calder ValleyEdit

For Josh Fenton-Glynn (Labour):

Camborne and RedruthEdit

For Paul Farmer (Labour):

CambridgeEdit

For Rod Cantrill (Lib Dem):

For Daniel Zeichner (Labour):

Cannock ChaseEdit

For Paul Woodhead (Green):

CanterburyEdit

For Rosie Duffield (Labour):

Cardiff CentralEdit

For Bablin Molik (Lib Dem):

Cardiff NorthEdit

For Anna McMorrin (Labour):

Cardiff South and PenarthEdit

For Stephen Doughty (Labour Co-op):

Carmarthen East and DinefwrEdit

For Jonathan Edwards (PC):

Carshalton and WallingtonEdit

For Tom Brake (Lib Dem):

Central AyrshireEdit

For Philippa Whitford (SNP):

CeredigionEdit

For Ben Lake (PC):

For Mark Williams (Lib Dem):

CheadleEdit

For Tom Morrison (Lib Dem):

ChelmsfordEdit

For Marie Goldman (Lib Dem):

Chelsea and FulhamEdit

For Nicola Horlick (Lib Dem):

CheltenhamEdit

For Max Wilkinson (Lib Dem):

Chingford and Woodford GreenEdit

For Faiza Shaheen (Labour):

ChippenhamEdit

For Helen Belcher (Lib Dem):

Chipping BarnetEdit

For Emma Whysall (Labour):

For Theresa Villiers (Conservative):

Cities of London and WestminsterEdit

For Chuka Umunna (Lib Dem):

Clwyd SouthEdit

For Susan Elan Jones (Labour):

ColchesterEdit

For Martin Goss (Lib Dem):

Colne ValleyEdit

For Thelma Walker (Labour):

CorbyEdit

For Beth Miller (Labour):

CrawleyEdit

For Peter Lamb (Labour):

Crewe and NantwichEdit

For Laura Smith (Labour):

Croydon CentralEdit

For Sarah Jones (Labour):

Cumbernauld and KilsythEdit

For Stuart McDonald (SNP):

DEdit

Dagenham and RainhamEdit

For Jon Cruddas (Labour):

DarlingtonEdit

For Jenny Chapman (Labour):

DelynEdit

For David Hanson (Labour):

Derby NorthEdit

For Tony Tinley (Labour):

DewsburyEdit

For Paula Sherriff (Labour):

Doncaster NorthEdit

For Ed Miliband (Labour):

DoverEdit

For Charlotte Cornell (Labour):

Dudley NorthEdit

For Melanie Dudley (Labour):

Dwyfor MeirionnythEdit

For Liz Saville Roberts (PC):

Dulwich and West NorwoodEdit

For Jonathan Bartley (Green):

EEdit

Ealing Central and ActonEdit

For Rupa Huq (Labour):

Ealing SouthallEdit

For Virendra Sharma (Labour):

East DevonEdit

For Claire Wright (independent):

East Kilbride, Strathaven and LesmahagowEdit

For Lisa Cameron (SNP):

East LothianEdit

For Kenny MacAskill (SNP):

For Martin Whitfield (Labour):

East RenfrewshireEdit

For Paul Masterton (Conservative):

East SurreyEdit

For Frances Rehal (Labour):

EastbourneEdit

For Stephen Lloyd (Lib Dem):

EastleighEdit

For Lynda Murphy (Lib Dem):

EddisburyEdit

For Antoinette Sandbach (Lib Dem):

Edinburgh SouthEdit

For Ian Murray (Labour):

Edinburgh WestEdit

For Christine Jardine (Lib Dem):

Enfield SouthgateEdit

For Bambos Charalambous (Labour):

Esher and WaltonEdit

For Monica Harding (Lib Dem):

ExeterEdit

For Ben Bradshaw (Labour):

For Joe Levy (Green):

FEdit

FalkirkEdit

For John McNally (SNP):

Feltham and HestonEdit

For Seema Malhotra (Labour Co-op):

Fermanagh and South TyroneEdit

For Tom Elliott (UUP):

For Caroline Wheeler (independent):

Filton and Bradley StokeEdit

For Mhairi Threlfall (Labour):

Finchley and Golders GreenEdit

For Luciana Berger (Lib Dem):

For Ross Houston (Labour):

Forest of DeanEdit

For Chris McFarling (Green):

GEdit

GedlingEdit

For Vernon Coaker (Labour):

Glasgow CentralEdit

For Alison Thewliss (SNP):

Glasgow EastEdit

For Kate Watson (Labour):

Glasgow NorthEdit

For Patrick Grady (SNP):

Glasgow North EastEdit

For Paul Sweeney (Labour):

Glasgow SouthEdit

For Johann Lamont (Labour):

For Stewart McDonald (SNP):

Glasgow South WestEdit

For Chris Stephens (SNP):

GloucesterEdit

For Fran Boait (Labour):

GordonEdit

For Richard Thomson (SNP):

GowerEdit

For Tonia Antoniazzi (Labour):

GuildfordEdit

For Zoe Franklin (Lib Dem):

For Anne Milton (independent):

HEdit

HammersmithEdit

For Andy Slaughter (Labour) :

Hampstead and KilburnEdit

For Tulip Siddiq (Labour):

Harrogate and KnaresboroughEdit

For Judith Rogerson (Lib Dem):

Harrow EastEdit

For Pamela Fitzpatrick (Labour):

Harrow WestEdit

For Gareth Thomas (Labour Co-op):

HartlepoolEdit

For Richard Tice (Brexit Party):

Hastings and RyeEdit

For Peter Chowney (Labour):

For Sally-Ann Hart (Conservative):

Hazel GroveEdit

For Lisa Smart (Lib Dem):

HendonEdit

For David Pinto-Duschinsky (Labour):

High PeakEdit

For Ruth George (Labour):

Hitchin and HarpendenEdit

For Sam Collins (Lib Dem):

Holborn and St PancrasEdit

For Keir Starmer (Labour):

Hornsey and Wood GreenEdit

For Catherine West (Labour):

Houghton and Sunderland SouthEdit

For Bridget Phillipson (Labour):

HoveEdit

For Peter Kyle (Labour):

IEdit

Ilford NorthEdit

For Wes Streeting (Labour):

Ilford SouthEdit

For Mike Gapes (Change UK):

InverclydeEdit

For Martin McCluskey (Labour):

IpswichEdit

For Sandy Martin (Labour):

Isle of WightEdit

For Vix Lowthion (Green):

KEdit

KeighleyEdit

For John Grogan (Labour):

KensingtonEdit

For Emma Dent Coad (Labour):

For Sam Gyimah (Lib Dem):

Kingston upon Hull EastEdit

For Karl Turner (Labour):

Kirkcaldy and CowdenbeathEdit

For Neale Hanvey (withdrawn by SNP):

LEdit

Lanark and Hamilton EastEdit

For Andrew Hilland (Labour):

Lancaster and FleetwoodEdit

For Cat Smith (Labour):

Leeds CentralEdit

For Hilary Benn (Labour):

Leeds North WestEdit

For Kamran Hussain (Lib Dem):

For Alex Sobel (Labour Co-op):

Leicester WestEdit

For Liz Kendall (Labour):

LewesEdit

For Oli Henman (Lib Dem):

LincolnEdit

For Karen Lee (Labour):

Linlithgow and East FalkirkEdit

For Martyn Day (SNP):

LlanelliEdit

For Mari Arthur (PC):

Luton SouthEdit

For Gavin Shuker (independent):

MEdit

MacclesfieldEdit

For Neil Puttick (Labour):

Milton Keynes SouthEdit

For Hannah O'Neil (Labour):

Milton Keynes NorthEdit

For Charlynne Pullen (Labour):

MontgomeryshireEdit

For Kishan Devani (Lib Dem):

MorayEdit

For Laura Mitchell (SNP):

Morley and OutwoodEdit

For Deanne Ferguson (Labour):

For Andrea Jenkyns (Conservative):

NEdit

Newcastle-under-LymeEdit

For Carl Greatbatch (Labour):

Newcastle upon Tyne NorthEdit

For Catherine McKinnell (Labour):

Newport WestEdit

For Ruth Jones (Labour):

Newton AbbotEdit

For Martin Wrigley (Lib Dem):

Normanton, Pontefract and CastlefordEdit

For Andrew Lee (Conservative):

North Ayrshire and ArranEdit

For Patricia Gibson (SNP):

North CornwallEdit

For Danny Chambers (Lib Dem):

North DevonEdit

For Alex White (Lib Dem):

North DownEdit

For Alex Easton (DUP):

For Stephen Farry (Alliance):

North East DerbyshireEdit

For Lee Rowley (Conservative)

North East FifeEdit

For Wendy Chamberlain (Lib Dem):

For Stephen Gethins (SNP):

North East SomersetEdit

For Mark Huband (Labour):

North NorfolkEdit

For Karen Ward (Lib Dem):

Norwich NorthEdit

For Karen Davis (Labour):

Norwich SouthEdit

For Clive Lewis (Labour):

Nottingham SouthEdit

For Lillian Greenwood (Labour):

OEdit

Ochil and South PerthshireEdit

For John Nicolson (SNP):

OgmoreEdit

For Chris Elmore (Labour):

Orkney and ShetlandEdit

For Alistair Carmichael (Lib Dem):

Oxford West and AbingdonEdit

For Layla Moran (Lib Dem):

PEdit

Paisley and Renfrewshire NorthEdit

For Gavin Newlands (SNP):

For Alison Taylor (Labour):

PendleEdit

For Azhar Ali (Labour):

Penistone and StocksbridgeEdit

For Francyne Johnson (Labour):

For Hannah Kitching (Lib Dem):

PeterboroughEdit

For Lisa Forbes (Labour):

Plymouth Moor ViewEdit

For Charlotte Holloway (Labour):

Plymouth Sutton and DevonportEdit

For Luke Pollard (Labour):

PontypriddEdit

For Fflur Elin (PC):

Portsmouth SouthEdit

For Stephen Morgan (Labour):

For Gerald Vernon-Jackson (Lib Dem):

PudseyEdit

For Jane Aitchison (Labour):

PutneyEdit

For Fleur Anderson (Labour):

For Sue Wixley (Lib Dem):

REdit

Reading EastEdit

For Matt Rodda (Labour):

Reading WestEdit

For Rachel Eden (Labour):

RedcarEdit

For Anna Turley (Labour):

Richmond ParkEdit

For Sarah Olney (Lib Dem):

RhonddaEdit

For Chris Bryant (Labour):

Romsey and Southampton NorthEdit

For Craig Fletcher (Lib Dem):

Rossendale and DarwenEdit

For Alyson Barnes (Labour):

Rother ValleyEdit

For Sophie Wilson (Labour):

RushcliffeEdit

For Jason Billin (Lib Dem):

For Cheryl Pidgeon (Labour):

Rutherglen and Hamilton WestEdit

For Gerard Killen (Labour):

SEdit

ScunthorpeEdit

For Nic Dakin (Labour):

SedgefieldEdit

For Phil Wilson (Labour):

Sheffield CentralEdit

For Paul Blomfield (Labour):

Sheffield HallamEdit

For Laura Gordon (Lib Dem):

Sheffield HeeleyEdit

For Louise Haigh (Labour):

South AntrimEdit

For Danny Kinahan (UUP):

South CambridgeshireEdit

For Ian Sollom (Lib Dem):

South East CambridgshireEdit

For Pippa Heylings (Lib Dem):

South ShieldsEdit

For Emma Lewell-Buck (Labour):

South SwindonEdit

For Sarah Church (Labour):

South West HertfordshireEdit

For David Gauke (independent):

For Gagan Mohindra (Conservative):

South West SurreyEdit

For Paul Follows (Lib Dem):

Southampton ItchenEdit

For Simon Letts (Labour):

Southampton TestEdit

For Alan Whitehead (Labour):

SouthportEdit

For John Wright (Lib Dem):

St AlbansEdit

For Daisy Cooper (Lib Dem):

St IvesEdit

For Andrew George (Lib Dem):

StevenageEdit

For Jill Borcherds (Labour):

StockportEdit

For Wendy Meikle (Lib Dem):

Stockton SouthEdit

For Paul Williams (Labour):

Stoke-on-Trent CentralEdit

For Gareth Snell (Labour):

Stoke-on-Trent NorthEdit

For Ruth Smeeth (Labour):

StreathamEdit

For Helen Thompson (Lib Dem):

StroudEdit

For David Drew (Labour):

For Molly Scott Cato (Green):

Sunderland CentralEdit

For Julie Elliott (Labour):

Sutton and CheamEdit

For Hina Bokhari (Lib Dem):

Swansea WestEdit

For Geraint Davies (Labour):

TEdit

Taunton DeaneEdit

For Gideon Amos (Lib Dem):

TelfordEdit

For Katrina Gilman (Labour):

The CotswoldsEdit

For Alan MacKenzie (Labour):

For Liz Webster (Lib Dem):

Thornbury and YateEdit

For Claire Young (Lib Dem):

TootingEdit

For Rosena Allin-Khan (Labour):

TotnesEdit

For Sarah Wollaston (Lib Dem):

TottenhamEdit

For David Lammy (Labour):

Truro and FalmouthEdit

For Jennifer Forbes (Labour):

For Ruth Gripper (Lib Dem):

Tunbridge WellsEdit

For Ben Chapelard (Lib Dem):

TwickenhamEdit

For Munira Wilson (Lib Dem):

UEdit

Uxbridge and South RuislipEdit

For Ali Milani (Labour):

VEdit

Vale of ClwydEdit

For Chris Ruane (Labour):

Vale of GlamorganEdit

For Belinda Loveluck-Edwards (Labour):

For Anthony Slaughter (Green):

VauxhallEdit

For Florence Eshalomi (Labour):

WEdit

WakefieldEdit

For Mary Creagh (Labour):

Walsall SouthEdit

For Gurjit Bains (Conservative):

WantageEdit

For Richard Benwell (Lib Dem):

Warrington NorthEdit

For Elizabeth Babade (Brexit Party):

Warrington SouthEdit

For Ryan Bate (Lib Dem):

For Faisal Rashid (Labour):

For Andy Carter (Conservative):

Warwick and LeamingtonEdit

For Louis Adam (Lib Dem):

For Matt Western (Labour):

Weaver ValeEdit

For Mike Amesbury (Labour):

WatfordEdit

For Chris Ostrowski (Labour):

For Ian Stotesbury (Lib Dem):

WellsEdit

For Tessa Munt (Lib Dem):

West Aberdeenshire and KincardineEdit

For Fergus Mutch (SNP):

Westminster NorthEdit

For Karen Buck (Labour):

Westmorland and LonsdaleEdit

For Tim Farron (Lib Dem):

WimbledonEdit

For Stephen Hammond (Conserviative):

For Paul Kohler (Lib Dem):

WinchesterEdit

For Paula Ferguson (Lib Dem):

Wirral SouthEdit

For Alison McGovern (Labour):

Wirral WestEdit

For Margaret Greenwood (Labour):

WitneyEdit

For Charlotte Hoagland (Lib Dem):

WokinghamEdit

For Phillip Lee (Lib Dem):

For John Redwood (Conservative):

Wolverhampton North EastEdit

For Emma Reynolds (Labour):

Wolverhampton South EastEdit

For Pat McFadden (Labour):

Wolverhampton South WestEdit

For Eleanor Smith (Labour):

WorcesterEdit

For Lynn Denham (Labour):

WorkingtonEdit

For Sue Hayman (Labour):

WrexhamEdit

For Mary Wimbury (Labour):

YEdit

Ynys MônEdit

For Aled Dafydd (PC):

York OuterEdit

For Keith Aspden (Lib Dem):

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ However, the local Green Party issued a statement saying that it was not advising people how to vote[481]

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