General election campaign 2024: Where has Keir Starmer visited so far?

Keir Starmer
Keir Starmer. Photo: Labour

Where the party leader choses to visit in the general election campaign is revealing indeed: so much so that Sky News has put together a full list of Keir Starmer’s campaign stop locations in the general election thus far.

Taking in among other places Scotland, outer London and the south coast, all the seats on the list are winnable for Labour, and many are what would have been considered reaches in less clement polling environments: Gillingham and Rainham, where Starmer started his general election  campaign, has a Tory majority of over fifteen thousand.

In most but not all of the seats Labour is fighting the Tories. However, in Brighton Pavillion, Labour is looking to make a gain from the Greens, while in Glasgow East and Inverclyde and Renfrewshire West it is the Scottish Nationalists who Labour candidates will be looking to beat.

Uxbridge and South Ruislip, the seat of former Prime Minister Boris Johnson, where Labour’s candidate Danny Beales suffered a bruising defeat in a by-election last summer, would be a particularly sweet prize on the night, and it’s unsurprising to see it listed here. It was also the seat where Labour launched its election battle-bus.

The seats visited so far are:

Read more of our 2024 general election coverage here.

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