On May 7, voters in Kensington will decide who becomes their new MP.
Nine candidates are vying to become the constituency's representative at this year's General Election, but who will win the race?
- Rod Abouharb - Labour
- Toby Abse - Alliance for Green Socialism
- Tony Auguste - Cannabis is Safer than Alcohol
- Victoria Borwick - Conservative Party
- Jack Bovill - UKIP
- Roland Courtenay - New Independent Centralists
- Andrew Knight - Animal Welfare Party
- Robin McGhee - Liberal Democrats
- Robina Rose - Green Party
Polling day is May 7. Residents can vote at their local polling station between 7am and 10pm.
The count will take place overnight at Kensington Town Hall.
What happened last time?
- Sir Malcolm Rifkind - Conservative - 17,595 (50.1%)
- Sam Gurney - Labour - 8,979 - (25.5%)
- Robin Meltzer - Liberal Democrat - 6,872 (19.6%)
- Caroline Pearson - UKIP - 754 (2.1%)
- Melan Ebrahimi-Fardouée - Green - 753 (2.1%)
- Eddie Adams - Alliance for Green Socialism - 197 (0.6%)
Former Conservative government secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind was expected to fight for re-election in the constituency of Kensington this year until he was embroiled in a conflict of interest controversy earlier this year.
He subsequently announced he wold not stand on May 7 and Victoria Borwick was named as his Conservative successor.
The Kensington seat was created in 1974 but abolished in 1997 before being recreated in 2010.