The Liberal Democrats have taken the Sutton and Cheam seat from the Conservative Party. 

The Lib Dem's Luke Taylor was elected as MP with 17,576 votes, seeing off Conservative candidate Tom Drummond who received 13,775 votes. 

Mr Taylor served on Sutton Council for the Sutton West and East Cheam ward, and lives in Belmond with his wife and two sons.

Labour candidate Chrishni Reshekaron received 8,430 votes. 

Sutton and Cheam has for a long time been a marginal seat which flips between Conservative and Liberal Democrats. 

Paul Sully, of the Conservative Party, had been MP for Sutton and Cheam from 2015 and 2024 but announced he would not seek re-election in March. 

Here are the full votes for candidates in the Sutton and Cheam constituency: 

Luke Taylor (Lib Dems) 17,576 

Tom Drummond (Conservative) 13,775 

Chrishni Reshekaron (Labour) 8,430 

Ryan Powell (Reform UK) 5,787 

Aasha Anam (Green) 1,721 

Hamilton Action-Man Kingsley (Independent) 317