The outcome of this year's General Election is perhaps the most difficult to predict in history. But that's not the case in every constituency. In three quarters of seats in London the majorities are so large they appear out of reach. That doesn't mean they're worth disregarding.
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Over the coming six weeks we'll be highlighting 10 key London seats to watch in the General Election.
We start in the constituency of Bermondsey and Old Southwark.
In 2010 the Lib Dems got almost half of the vote. But Labour are confident they can depose Simon Hughes - who's been the MP there for more than three decades.