Camberwell and Peckham
Harriet Harman is Camberwell and Peckham’s longstanding MP, being first elected as MP for Peckham in 1982. She was re-elected at the last General Election with 44,665 votes, taking 77.8% share of the vote.
Harriet has worked at Liberty (then the National Council for Civil Liberties) as a Legal Officer. Whilst there she campaigned for prisoners’ rights, for a Human Rights Act, and against government secrecy. From the 1970s, Harriet has campaigned for increased women’s representation in the Labour party.
Harriet has achieved a great deal in her time as MP, and you can read more about her here.
You can view Harriet Harman’s voting record here
Dulwich and West Norwood
Helen Hayes is the MP for Dulwich and West Norwood. She was first elected in 2010, and won the seat for Labour with 39,069 votes, taking 69.6%of the overall votes.
Helen is currently a member of the Housing, Communities and Local Government Committee. She has had this role since 11thSeptember 2017.
You can view Helen Haye’s voting record here.
Bermondsey and Old Southwark
Neil Coyle is the MP for Bermondsey and Old Southwark. He secured 31,161 votes, and took 53.2% of the vote share in the last general election.
Coyle has been a councillor in the Newington ward, and helped to established the Walworth Society and Tenant’s Associations. He has worked for the Government Equality Commission, the National Centre for Independent Living, Disability Alliance, DRUK and most recently for Kate Green MP. He was Deputy Mayor of Southwark in 2014/15, and is currently a trustee for mental health charity: North Southwark Environment Trust.
Neil chairs the All Party Parliamentary Group on Food Banks and is also a member of the Work and Pensions Select Committee.