Labour politician Steve Pound will serve another term after receiving 26,745 votes on Thursday (May 7) - over 12,000 more than his closest rival Tory Thomas O’Malley who got 14,419.
He said the first job in hand is to set his office back up - which has taken two full days so far - and then it's back to business.
“There’s a real fear out there. My priority has to be that. We have managed to keep it open so far.
“The big change is that the Conservatives aren’t in coalition so they can do what they want. This is where we discover what their true colours are.”
On election night he gave an animated victory speech saying the borough is now “Tory free”.
In his light-hearted speech, he added: “Let us celebrate here in Ealing one glorious red glow rising from the suburbs.
“What I can do is return to parliament next week and I will be proud to have my comrade by my side from Ealing Central & Acton Rupa Huq.
“Virendra, Rupa and I will not rest until we save Ealing Hospital and its maternity services.”
He went on to say he was the servant of the people of Ealing North, calling it his position, his honour, and one he is proud to hold.