Voters go to the polls on May 7 and five candidates are standing in the west London constituency - but who will win?
- Roger Crouch - Liberal Democrats
- Peter Dul - UKIP
- Tony Firkins - Green Party
- Seema Malhotra - Labour and Co-operative Party
- Simon Nayyar - Conservative Party
Polling day is May 7. Residents can vote at their local polling station between 7am and 10pm.
Votes will be counted overnight at Hounslow Civic Centre.
What happened last time?
- Alan Keen - Labour Co-Op - 21,174 (43.6%)
- Mark Bowen - Conservative - 16,516 (34%)
- Munira Wilson - Lib Dems - 6,669 (13.7%)
- John Donnelly - BNP - 1,714 (3.5%)
- Jerry Shadbolt - UKIP - 992 (2%)
- Elizabeth Anstis - Green - 530 (1.1%)
- Dharmendra Tripathi - Independent - 505 (1%)
- Asa Khaira - Independent - 180 (0.4%)
- Roger Williams - Independent - 168 (0.3%)
- Matthew Linley - Workers Revolutionary - 78 (0.2%)
Feltham & Heston has been represented by Seema Malhotra, for Labour and Co-operative Party, since a by-election in 2011 prompted by the death of Labour and Co-operative MP Alan Keen.
Mr Keen had been MP for the constituency since 1992 and the seat has only been out of Labour's hands for two terms, when it was held by Conservative Patrick Ground from 1983-1992, since being created in 1974.