Labour’s Tan Dhesi has been reelected as MP for Slough.

Mr Dhesi, who has been the MP for Slough since 2017, will return to Parliament having received 29,421 votes. 

In second place, Conservative candidate Kanwal Gill received 15,781 of the votes. 

The Liberal Democrats earned 3,357 votes, with the Brexit Party and the Green Party earning 1,432 votes and 1,047 votes respectively.

Speaking after his reelection, Mr Dhesi addressed the crowd waiting for the result at The Centre.

He said: "I would like to thank the returning officer, the chief executive, all the counting staff, the police and all the authorities for all of their excellent work in ensuring that everything was done smoothly and in a proper manner.

"I would also like to thank my agent and my campaign committe, friends and family, supporters and activitsts for their incredible work to ensure that we could not only canvass thousans of doors but also painted the town red.

"I am incredibly thankful to all of yourselves for once again ensuring Slough remains a Labour town.

"I am immensely grateful to the good people of Slough for once again having bestowed their faith in me. You can rest assured I will not be letting you down. 

"I am overwhelmed by the love and support from yourselves and I will always have that first and foremost in my heart as I am serving youselves. 

"Lastly I would like to thank everyody who had made this possible and ensure that going forward our town goes from strength to strength as we prosper."