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At a glance: How London voted in the EU referendum

Here's how each of the 32 London boroughs and the City of London voted.

Credit: PA

Borough, Votes cast, Turnout, Leave, Remain

  • Barking and Dagenham: 62% vote LEAVE
  • Barnet: 62% vote REMAIN
  • Bexley: 62% vote LEAVE
  • Brent: 59% vote REMAIN
  • Bromley: 51% vote REMAIN
  • Camden: 75% vote REMAIN
  • City of London: 75% vote REMAIN
  • Croydon: 54% vote REMAIN
  • Ealing: 60% vote REMAIN
  • Enfield: 56% vote REMAIN
  • Greenwich: 56% vote REMAIN
  • Hackney: 78% vote REMAIN
  • Hammersmith and Fulham: 70% vote REMAIN
  • Haringey: 75% vote REMAIN
  • Harrow: 55% vote REMAIN
  • Havering: 70% vote LEAVE
  • Hillingdon: 56% vote LEAVE
  • Hounslow: 51% vote REMAIN
  • Islington: 75% vote REMAIN
  • Kensington and Chelsea: 69% vote REMAIN
  • Kingston upon Thames: 62% vote REMAIN
  • Lambeth: 78% vote REMAIN
  • Lewisham: 70% vote REMAIN
  • Merton: 63% vote REMAIN
  • Newham: 53% vote REMAIN
  • Redbridge: 54% vote REMAIN
  • Richmond upon Thames: 69% vote REMAIN
  • Southwark: 73% vote REMAIN
  • Sutton: 54% vote LEAVE
  • Tower Hamlets: 67% vote REMAIN
  • Waltham Forest: 59% vote REMAIN
  • Wandsworth: 75% vote REMAIN
  • Westminster: 69% vote REMAIN

Here's a look at London's neighboring Home Counties:

  • All 14 of the districts in Essex voted to leave the EU with a turnout of more than 75% and 62.3% voting to leave.
  • In Kent, 59% of voters opted for Brexit - Tunbridge Wells was the only area to vote remain
  • In Surrey there was a split, with Runnymede, Surrey Heath, Reigate and Banstead, Slough, Spelthorne and Tandridge voting leave. Elmbridge, Epsom and Ewell, Guildford, Mole Valley, Waverley and Woking voted remain.

London overall:

REMAIN - 59.9% (2.3 million votes) LEAVE - 40.1% (1.5 million votes)

- 5 out of 33 boroughs voted to leave (Barking, Bexley, Sutton, Bromley and Havering) - The other 28 voted to remain

- The most pro remain borough was Lambeth (78.6%) - Followed by Hackney (78.5%) and Haringey (75.6%)

- The most pro leave borough was Havering (69.7%) - Followed by Bexley (63%) and Barking and Dagenham (62.4%)

- Turnout across London was 69.7%, more than 20% higher than the Mayoral election (45.3%)