May 7 2010 By Jessica Thomas
Mary Macleod defeats Ann Keen
Conservative candidate Mary Macleod has ousted Labour's Ann Keen from the Brentford and Isleworth parliamentary seat.
Macleod polled 20,022 votes to Keen's 18,064, ending her 13 year tenure as MP.
In her winner's speech Macleod said: "I will be there for the people of Brentford, Isleworth, Chiswick and Hounslow every step of the way to make sure we deliver change in the local community. I give you my promise tonight that I will work tirelessly for every single one of you and make sure that we deliver that change across the constituency Thank you for putting you trust in me, I will not let you down."
Keen, who together with her husband Alan, had been dubbed Mr and Mrs Expenses, said she wished her successor well and thanked everyone who supported the Labour campaign in Brentford & Isleworth.
Mary Maclead, Conservative 20,022
Ann Keen, Labour 18,064
Andrew Dakers - Liberal Democrats - 12,718
Jason Hargreaves - UKIP - 863
John Hunt - Green Party - 787
Paul Winnet -BNP - 704
David Cunningham - English Democrats - 230
Aamir Bhatti - Christian Party - 210
Evangeline Pillai - Christian People's Alliance - 99
Teresa Vanneck-Surplice - Independent - 68