Endorsements in the United Kingdom general election, 2017

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Various newspapers, organisations and individuals endorsed parties or individual candidates for the 2017 United Kingdom general election.

Contents

Endorsements for parties[edit]

Newspapers and magazines[edit]

National daily newspapers[edit]

Newspapers Endorsement Notes Link
Daily Express Conservative Party [1]
Daily Mail Conservative Party [2]
Daily Mirror Labour Party [3]
Financial Times Conservative Party [4]
The Daily Telegraph Conservative Party [5]
The Guardian Labour Party Prioritised tactical voting against the Conservatives, including votes for Liberal Democrats and Greens. [6]
Various (Scotland) In Scotland: supported opposition to the Conservatives, either SNP or Labour. [7]
i None [8]
The Independent None Backed Labour's Shadow Secretary of State for Exiting the European Union Keir Starmer to negotiate Brexit. Supported unionist candidates in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. [9][10]
Metro None [11]
Morning Star Labour Party [12]
The Sun Conservative Party [13]
The Times Conservative Party [14]

National Sunday newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
The Mail on Sunday Conservative Party [15]
The Observer None Endorsed voting against the Conservatives and for candidates opposing austerity and a hard Brexit. [16]
Sunday Express Conservative Party [17]
Sunday Mirror Labour Party [18]
The Sunday People None Endorsed tactical voting against the Conservatives. [19]
The Sun on Sunday Conservative Party [20]
Sunday Telegraph Conservative Party [21]
The Sunday Times Conservative Party [22]

National weekly newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
The New European None Endorsed voting against the Conservatives and UKIP and for candidates that support a second EU referendum, although the guide also advised voting for Pro-EU Labour and Conservative politicians such as Kenneth Clarke, unless the Liberal Democrats had a chance of winning the seat. [23]
Socialist Worker Labour Party [24]
The New Worker Labour Party [25]
Weekly Worker Labour Party [26]

National political magazines[edit]

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
New Statesman Labour Party [27]
The Economist Liberal Democrats This was the Economist's first endorsement of a non-dominant party in the publication's history. [28]
The Spectator Conservative Party [29]
Tribune Labour Party [30]
Socialist Standard Socialist Party of Great Britain [31]

Other national publications[edit]

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
DIY Labour Party Monthly music magazine. [32]
Kerrang! Labour Party Weekly rock music magazine. [33]
NME Labour Party Weekly music magazine. [34]

Scottish newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
Daily Record Labour Party Supported voting for the SNP in SNP/Conservative marginal seats. [35]
The National Scottish National Party [36]
The Scottish Sun Scottish National Party [37]
Sunday Herald Scottish National Party [38]

Northern Irish newspapers[edit]

Newspaper Endorsement Notes Link
Irish News None Supported candidates who oppose a hard Brexit. [39]
The News Letter Ulster Unionist Party Supported unionists. Opposes an SDLP-supported Corbyn coalition at a national level, but opposes Sinn Féin more. [40]
Democratic Unionist Party

Local publications[edit]

Newspaper Endorsement Location Link
City A.M. Conservative Party Greater London and surrounding area. [41]
Evening Standard Conservative Party Greater London. [42]
Express & Star Conservative Party West Midlands and Staffordshire. [43]
Liverpool Echo Labour Party Liverpool.
Manchester Evening News None Greater Manchester.
The Plymouth Herald None West Devon, South East Cornwall and South Hams. [44]
Yorkshire Post None Yorkshire. [45]

Individuals[edit]

Conservative Party[edit]

Green Party of England and Wales[edit]

Labour Party[edit]

Liberal Democrats[edit]

Plaid Cymru[edit]

Scottish National Party[edit]

  • Limmy, comedian, actor and web developer (endorsed Labour outside of Scotland).[172]
  • Eddi Reader, singer-songwriter (endorsed Labour outside of Scotland).[288]

UK Independence Party[edit]

Sinn Féin[edit]

Organisations[edit]

Conservative Party[edit]

  • Leave.EU[291] (have also endorsed candidates of other parties in some specific constituencies)

Labour Party[edit]

Parties[edit]

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

Endorsements for individual candidates[edit]

Aberavon[edit]

For Stephen Kinnock (Labour):

Amber Valley[edit]

For Nigel Mills (Conservative):

Arfon[edit]

For Hywel Williams (Plaid Cymru):

Ashfield[edit]

For Gloria De Piero (Labour):

Banbury[edit]

For Roseanne Edwards (Independent):

Barrow and Furness[edit]

For John Woodcock (Labour Co-operative):

Bassetlaw[edit]

For John Mann (Labour):

Belfast East[edit]

For Gavin Robinson (DUP):

For Naomi Long (Alliance):

Belfast North[edit]

For Nigel Dodds (DUP):

Belfast South[edit]

For Emma Little Pengelly (DUP):

Birmingham Edgbaston[edit]

For Preet Gill (Labour):

Birmingham Erdington[edit]

For Jack Dromey (Labour):

Birmingham Yardley[edit]

For Jess Phillips (Labour):

  • Iain Dale, political commentator and former Conservative Party politician[326]

Bishop Auckland[edit]

For Helen Goodman (Labour):

Bournemouth West[edit]

For Conor Burns (Conservative):

Brecon and Radnorshire[edit]

For James Gibson-Watt (Liberal Democrat):

Brentford and Isleworth[edit]

For Ruth Cadbury (Labour):

Brighton Kemptown[edit]

For Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Labour):

Brighton Pavilion[edit]

For Caroline Lucas (Green):

Bristol East[edit]

For Kerry McCarthy (Labour):

Bristol North West[edit]

For Darren Jones (Labour):

Bristol West[edit]

For Molly Scott Cato (Green):

Broxtowe[edit]

For Anna Soubry (Conservative):

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross[edit]

For Jamie Stone (Liberal Democrat):

Camberwell and Peckham[edit]

For Harriet Harman (Labour):

Cambridge[edit]

For Julian Huppert (Liberal Democrat):

  • Iain Dale, political commentator and former Conservative Party politician[326]

Canterbury[edit]

For Sir Julian Brazier (Conservative):

Cannock Chase[edit]

For Paul Dadge (Labour):

Cardiff Central[edit]

For Jo Stevens (Labour):

Cardiff South and Penarth[edit]

For Stephen Doughty (Labour Co-operative):

Cardiff West[edit]

For Kevin Brennan (Labour):

Carshalton and Wallington[edit]

For Tom Brake (Liberal Democrat):

For Matthew Maxwell-Scott (Conservative Party)

Ceredigion[edit]

For Mark Williams (Liberal Democrat):

Chatham and Aylesford[edit]

For Tracey Crouch (Conservative):

  • Iain Dale, political commentator and former Conservative Party politician[326]

Cheadle[edit]

For Mark Hunter (Liberal Democrat):

Chingford and Woodford Green[edit]

For Bilal Mahmood (Labour):

For Iain Duncan Smith (Conservative):

Christchurch[edit]

For Christopher Chope (Conservative):

Chipping Barnet[edit]

For Emma Whysall (Labour):

Dulwich and West Norwood[edit]

For Rachel Wolf (Conservative):


For Rashid Nix (Green):

Ealing Central and Acton[edit]

For Rupa Huq (Labour):

East Dunbartonshire[edit]

For Jo Swinson (Liberal Democrat):

Eastbourne[edit]

For Stephen Lloyd (Liberal Democrat):

Edinburgh South[edit]

For Ian Murray (Labour):

Edinburgh West[edit]

For Christine Jardine (Liberal Democrat):

For Toni Giugliano (Scottish National Party):

Enfield Southgate[edit]

For Bambos Charalambous (Labour):

Exeter[edit]

For Ben Bradshaw (Labour):

Feltham and Heston[edit]

For Seema Malhotra (Labour):

Fermanagh and South Tyrone[edit]

For Tom Elliott (UUP):

Glasgow South West[edit]

For Matt Kerr (Labour and Co-operative):

Gower[edit]

For Tonia Antoniazzi (Labour):

Guildford[edit]

For Mark Bray-Perry (Green):

Hackney South and Shoreditch[edit]

For Meg Hillier (Labour):

Hampstead and Kilburn[edit]

For Tulip Siddiq (Labour):

Hammersmith[edit]

For Andy Slaughter (Labour):

Harborough[edit]

For Teck Khong (UKIP):

Harrogate and Knaresborough[edit]

For Helen Flynn (Liberal Democrat):

Hayes and Harlington[edit]

For John McDonnell (Labour):

Harrow West[edit]

For Gareth Thomas (Labour Co-operative):

Hazel Grove[edit]

For Lisa Smart (Liberal Democrat):

Hendon[edit]

For Mike Katz (Labour):

High Peak[edit]

For Andrew Bingham (Conservative):

Hornsey and Wood Green[edit]

For Catherine West (Labour):

For Nimco Ali (Women's Equality):

Hove[edit]

For Peter Kyle (Labour):

Hull West and Hessle[edit]

For Michelle Dewberry (Independent):

Ilford North[edit]

For Lee Scott (Conservative):

For Wes Streeting (Labour):

Isle of Wight[edit]

For Vix Lowthion (Green):

Kensington[edit]

For Emma Dent Coad (Labour):

Kettering[edit]

For Philip Hollobone (Conservative):

Kingston and Surbiton[edit]

For Ed Davey (Liberal Democrat):

Leeds North East[edit]

For Fabian Hamilton (Labour):

Leeds West[edit]

For Rachel Reeves (Labour):

Leicester West[edit]

For Liz Kendall (Labour):

Lewes[edit]

For Kelly-Marie Blundell (Liberal Democrat):

Leyton and Wanstead[edit]

For John Cryer (Labour):

Lincoln[edit]

For Karl McCartney (Conservative):

Luton North[edit]

For Kelvin Hopkins (Labour);

Luton South[edit]

For Gavin Shuker (Labour):

Maidenhead[edit]

For Gerard Batten (UKIP):

Manchester Gorton[edit]

For George Galloway (Independent):

For Afzal Khan (Labour):

Mitcham and Morden[edit]

For Siobhain McDonagh (Labour):

Morley and Outwood[edit]

For Neil Dawson (Labour):

Montgomeryshire[edit]

For Jane Dodds (Liberal Democrat):

New Forest East[edit]

For Julian Lewis (Conservative):

New Forest West[edit]

For Desmond Swayne (Conservative):

Newcastle upon Tyne North[edit]

For Catherine McKinnell (Labour):

Nottingham South[edit]

For Lilian Greenwood (Labour):

North East Fife[edit]

For Elizabeth Riches (Liberal Democrat):

North East Somerset[edit]

For Robin Moss (Labour):

North Norfolk[edit]

For Norman Lamb (Liberal Democrat):

For James Wild (Conservative):

North West Leicestershire[edit]

For Andrew Bridgen (Conservative):

Norwich North[edit]

For Chloe Smith (Conservative):

Norwich South[edit]

For Lana Hempsall (Conservative):

For Clive Lewis (Labour):

Orkney and Shetland[edit]

For Alistair Carmichael (Liberal Democrat):

Oxford East[edit]

For Larry Sanders (Green):

Oxford West and Abingdon[edit]

For Layla Moran (Liberal Democrat):

Paisley and Renfrewshire South[edit]

For Mhairi Black (Scottish National Party):

Penistone and Stocksbridge[edit]

For Angela Smith (Labour):

Peterborough[edit]

For Stewart Jackson (Conservative):

Plymouth Moor View[edit]

For Sue Dann (Labour):

Plymouth Sutton and Devonport[edit]

For Luke Pollard (Labour):

Pontypridd[edit]

For Owen Smith (Labour):

Pudsey[edit]

For Ian McCargo (Labour):

Rhondda[edit]

For Chris Bryant (Labour):

Richmond Park[edit]

For Sarah Olney (Liberal Democrat):

Salford and Eccles[edit]

For Rebecca Long-Bailey (Labour):

Sedgefield[edit]

For Phil Wilson (Labour):

Sheffield Central[edit]

For Natalie Bennett (Green):

Sheffield Hallam[edit]

For Nick Clegg (Liberal Democrat):

Shipley[edit]

For Philip Davies (Conservative):

For Sophie Walker[427] (Women's Equality):

Skipton and Ripon[edit]

For Andy Brown (Green):

Somerton and Frome[edit]

For David Warburton (Conservative):

South Leicestershire[edit]

For Roger Helmer (UKIP):

South West Surrey[edit]

For Louise Irvine (National Health Action):

Southampton Test[edit]

For Alan Whitehead (Labour):

Southport[edit]

For Sue McGuire (Liberal Democrat):

St Albans[edit]

For Daisy Cooper (Liberal Democrat):

St Ives[edit]

For Andrew George (Liberal Democrat):

Stalybridge and Hyde[edit]

For Jonathan Reynolds (Labour):

Stockton South[edit]

For James Wharton (Conservative):

Streatham[edit]

For Chuka Umunna (Labour):

Surrey Heath[edit]

For Ann-Marie Barker (Liberal Democrat):

Sutton and Cheam[edit]

For Amna Ahmad (Liberal Democrat):

Swindon South[edit]

For Martin Costello (UKIP):

Thornbury and Yate[edit]

For Claire Young (Liberal Democrat):

Thurrock[edit]

For Tim Aker (UKIP):

For Jackie Doyle-Price (Conservative):

Tooting[edit]

For Rosena Allin-Khan (Labour):

Tottenham[edit]

For David Lammy (Labour):

Twickenham[edit]

For Vince Cable (Liberal Democrat):

Uxbridge and South Ruislip[edit]

For Boris Johnson (Conservative):

Vauxhall[edit]

For Kate Hoey (Labour)

For George Turner (Liberal Democrat):

Wakefield[edit]

For Antony Calvert (Conservative):

For Mary Creagh (Labour):

Wellingborough[edit]

For Peter Bone (Conservative):

Wells[edit]

For James Heappey (Conservative):

For Tessa Munt (Liberal Democrat):

Wigan[edit]

For Lisa Nandy (Labour):

Wirral South[edit]

For Alison McGovern (Labour):

Wolverhampton North East[edit]

For Emma Reynolds (Labour):

Wolverhampton South East[edit]

For Pat McFadden (Labour):

Wrexham[edit]

For Ian Lucas (Labour):

Wycombe[edit]

For Rafiq Raqa (Labour):

Yeovil[edit]

For Marcus Fysh (Conservative):

For Jo Roundell Greene (Liberal Democrat):

York Central[edit]

For Rachael Maskell (Labour):

For Ed Young (Conservative):

York Outer[edit]

For Julian Sturdy (Conservative)

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