West London voters will have to stay up late to find out who has been elected across the area.
After polls close at 10pm on Thursday (May 7), voters will have quite before the seats are declared in the General Election.
Seats across the capital aren't likely to declare until the early hours of Friday morning (May 8).
The earliest results are expected to come in at 2.30am from Cities of London & Westminster, Westminster North and Wimbledon. But those in Chelsea & Fulham, Ealing Southall, Hayes & Harlington, Ruislip Northwood & Pinner, and Uxbridge & South Ruislip won't be declared until around 6am.
That means we'll have quite a wait to find out if Mayor of London Boris Johnson takes the Uxbridge seat.
Find out when your constituency is likely to find out its new MP below:
- Brent Central - 3am
- Brent North - 3am
- Brentford & Isleworth - 5am
- Chelsea & Fulham - 6am
- Cities of London & Westminster - 2.30am
- Ealing Central & Acton - 5am
- Ealing North - 5am
- Ealing Southall - 6am
- Feltham & Heston - 5am
- Hammersmith - 4am
- Harrow East - 4am
- Harrow West - 4am
- Hayes & Harlington - 6am
- Kensington - 4.30am
- Ruislip Northwood & Pinner - 6am
- Twickenham - 4am
- Uxbridge & South Ruislip - 6am
- Westminster North - 2.30am
- Wimbledon - 2.30am
Estimated declaration times are based mainly on forecasts obtained from councils.
In some cases, where councils are not prepared to give a forecast, the estimate has been based on the time of the actual declaration at the 2010 general election, given that there have been no boundary changes since then.
These estimates can only be taken as a rough guide and are subject to change in the light of new information. Note that some estimates may not have taken sufficient account of the large number of English council and parish council elections taking place on May 7, which are likely to cause delays in declaring general election results.
London constituencies are expected to declare earlier than in 2010 as there are no London borough polls.