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Endorsements in the United Kingdom general election

Various newspapers, organisations and individuals endorsed parties or individual candidates for the United Kingdom general election.

Endorsements for parties[edit]

Newspapers and magazines[edit]

National daily newspapers[edit]

National Sunday newspapers[edit]

National weekly newspapers[edit]

National political magazines[edit]

Other national publications[edit]

Scottish newspapers[edit]

Northern Irish newspapers[edit]

Local publications[edit]


Conservative Party[edit]

  • Carl Benjamin, aka Sargon of Akkad, YouTube commentator.[45]
  • Douglas Carswell, Independent MP for Clacton since , formerly of the UK Independence Party and the Conservatives.[46]
  • Luke Coffey, American political adviser and U.S. Army veteran.[47]
  • Jim Davidson, comedian.[48]
  • Tim Dawson, screenwriter.[49]
  • Geoff Downes, musician in The Buggles and Yes.[50]
  • Sean Gabb, writer and director of the Libertarian Alliance[51]
  • Andy Goode, former rugby union footballer.[52]
  • Chloe Goodman, model and television personality.[53]
  • Andy Jordan, reality television personality.[54]
  • Jodie Marsh, television personality, bodybuilder and model.[55]
  • John McCririck, horse racing pundit.[56]
  • Rod Stewart, singer.[57]
  • Alan Sugar, business magnate, media personality and peer, formerly a member of the Labour Party from [citation needed]
  • Georgia Toffolo, reality television personality.[58]
  • Anne Marie Waters, political activist. (endorsed both Conservatives and UKIP).[59]

Green Party of England and Wales[edit]

Labour Party[edit]

  • Afrikan Boy, grime MC.[64]
  • Akala, rapper and poet.[65]
  • Olly Alexander, singer, songwriter and actor.[66]
  • Lily Allen, singer-songwriter.[67]
  • Anthony Anaxagorou, poet and writer.[68]
  • Jacob Anderson, aka Raleigh Ritchie, actor, singer-songwriter, rapper, and record producer.[69]
  • James Anderson, actor.[70]
  • László Andor, Hungarian economist.[71]
  • Nonso Anozie, actor.[72]
  • Daniele Archibugi, Italian economic and political theorist.[71]
  • Alexander Arnold, actor.[73]
  • Jason Arnopp, novelist and scriptwriter.[74]
  • Rebecca Atkinson-Lord, theatre director and writer (endorsing the Greens, Liberal Democrats and Labour).[60]
  • Rhea Bailey, actress.[75]
  • Danny Baker, comedy writer, journalist, radio DJ and screenwriter.[76]
  • Dean Baker, American macroeconomist.[71]
  • Frances Barber, actress.[77]
  • Joey Barton, footballer.[78]
  • Gaz Beadle, reality television personality.[79]
  • Beardyman, multivocalist, musician and comedian.[80]
  • Brace Belden, American volunteer with the People's Protection Units (YPG).[81]
  • Andy Bell, musician.[82]
  • Tony Bellew, boxer.[83]
  • Sean Biggerstaff, actor and musician.[84]
  • Stephen Billington, actor.[85]
  • Lethal Bizzle, rapper and actor.[86]
  • David Blanchflower, economist.[87]
  • Jon Bounds, writer and blogger.[88]
  • David Bowers, animator, director, screenwriter and voice actor.[89]
  • Russell Brand, comedian, actor, radio host and activist.[90]
  • Louise Brealey, actress, writer and journalist.[91]
  • Rachel Bright, actress.[92]
  • Thom Brooks, political philosopher and legal scholar.[93]
  • Omari Caro, rugby league footballer.[94]
  • Ha-Joon Chang, economist.[71]
  • Neil Claxton, musician.[95]
  • Noam Chomsky, American linguist, philosopher and political activist.[96]
  • Stanley Chow, artist and illustrator.[97]
  • Alexa Chung, model, fashion designer, television presenter and writer.[98]
  • Emilia Clarke, actress.[99]
  • Clean Bandit, classical crossover band.[]
  • John Cleese, comedian, actor (endorsing the Liberal Democrats and Labour).[]
  • Sam Clemmett, actor.[]
  • Michaela Coel, poet, singer-songwriter, screenwriter and actress (endorsing the Greens and Labour).[61]
  • Roger Cohen, journalist.[]
  • Neil Cole, presenter, comedian, broadcaster and actor.[]
  • Karl Collins, actor.[]
  • Steve Coogan, comedian, impressionist, screenwriter and producer.[]
  • Beckii Cruel, pop dancer and singer.[]
  • Hal Cruttenden, comedian.[]
  • Delilah, singer-songwriter.[]
  • Dan Croll, singer-songwriter.[]
  • Alan Davies, comedian, writer and actor.[]
  • Rob Delaney, comedian[]
  • Charlotte Devaney, DJ, producer, singer, dancer and actress.[]
  • Danny DeVito, American actor.[]
  • Rori Donaghy, refugee and labour related issues researcher.[]
  • Siobhán Donaghy, singer and member of Mutya Keisha Siobhan.[]
  • Shaun Dooley, actor.[]
  • Danny Dorling, social geographer.[71]
  • Lena Dunham, actress and writer.[]
  • Ade Edmondson, comedian, actor and writer.[]
  • Beatie Edney, actress.[]
  • Ben Elton, comedian, author and actor.[]
  • Esben and the Witch, rock band.[]
  • Jeff Faux, American economist.[71]
  • Mehmet Ferda, actor.[]
  • Noel Fielding, comedian, actor and television presenter.[][]
  • Ben Fine, economist.[71]
  • Charlie Fink, singer-songwriter, producer and filmmaker.[]
  • Heiner Flassbeck, German economist and public intellectual.[71]
  • Dawn Foster, journalist, broadcaster and author.[]
  • Four Tet, musician.[]
  • Frankie & The Heartstrings, indie rock band.[]
  • Mat Fraser, rock musician, actor and writer.[]
  • Sadie Frost, actress, producer and fashion designer.[]
  • James K. Galbraith, American economist.[71]
  • Liam Gallagher, singer, former member of Oasis.[]
  • Nitin Ganatra, actor.[]
  • Guy Garvey, lead singer of Elbow.[]
  • Tony Gardner, actor and doctor.[]
  • Ricky Gervais, comedian, actor and director.[]
  • Annabel Giles, television and radio presenter.[]
  • David Gilmour, rock musician.[]
  • Kerry Godliman, comedian and actress.[]
  • Ben Goldacre, physician, academic and science writer (endorsing the Liberal Democrats and Labour).[]
  • Goldie, musician and DJ.[]
  • Neil Grainger, actor and comedian.[]
  • Professor Green, rapper.[]
  • John Grahl, academic.[71]
  • Sofie Hagen, comedian.[]
  • Geoff Harcourt, Australian economist.[71]
  • Jonathan Harden, actor.[]
  • Simon Hattenstone, journalist and writer.[]
  • Richard Hawley, musician.[]
  • Stephen Hawking, theoretical physicist.[]
  • Julie Hesmondhalgh, actress.[]
  • Susan Himmelweit, economist.[71]
  • Michael Holt, professional snooker player.[]
  • Hookworms, psychedelic rock band.[]
  • Rufus Hound, comedian.[]
  • Jonathan L. Howard, writer and game designer.[]
  • London Hughes, comedian, television writer and presenter.[]
  • Jessica Hynes, actress and writer.[]
  • Eddie Izzard, actor and comedian.[]
  • Jermain Jackman, singer.[]
  • JME, grime MC.[]
  • Holly Johnson, musician.[]
  • Owen Jones, author, newspaper columnist and commentator.[]
  • Kero Kero Bonito, British-Japanese pop trio.[]
  • Mushtaq Khan, heterodox economist.[71]
  • Soul Khan, musician.[]
  • Killer Mike, rapper, member of Run the Jewels.[]
  • Lawrence King, sociologist and political economist.[71]
  • Costas Lapavitsas, Greek economist and former Popular Unity politician.[71]
  • Luke Lennon-Ford, sprinter.[]
  • The Libertines, rock band.[]
  • Limmy, comedian, actor and web developer (endorsed the SNP in Scotland).
  • Sally Lindsay, actress and television persenter.[]
  • Ken Loach, film director and political activist.[]
  • Josie Long, comedian.[]
  • Lowkey, rapper and activist.[]
  • Sabrina Mahfouz, poet, playwright and performer.[]
  • Jason Manford, comedian.[]
  • Ian Martin, writer.[]
  • Francesca Martinez, comedian.[]
  • Paul Mason, journalist and broadcaster.[71]
  • Massive Attack, trip-hop duo.[]
  • Holly Matthews, actress.[]
  • Liz May Brice, actress.[]
  • Maxsta, grime MC.[]
  • Tyrone McCarthy, professional rugby league footballer.[]
  • Paul McGann, Eighth Doctor in Doctor Who.[]
  • Alan Mehdizadeh, actor.[]
  • Kerry-Anne Mendoza, editor-in-chief of The Canary.[]
  • M.I.A., rapper, record producer and activist.[]
  • Jonathan Michie, economist.[71]
  • Mark Millar, comic book writer.[]
  • Ann Mitchell, actress[]
  • George Monbiot, writer and environmentalist.[]
  • Jack Monroe, writer and campaigner (also supporting the Green Party and the National Health Action Party).[]
  • Alan Moore, comic book writer and novelist.[]
  • Christopher Moore, American comic fantasy writer.[]
  • Mark Moraghan, actor and singer.[]
  • Samantha Morton, actress, screenwriter and director.[]
  • Richard Murphy, chartered accountant and political economist.[71]
  • Kate Nash, musician.[]
  • Robert Neild, economist.[71]
  • Jason Netherton, former professional rugby league footballer.[]
  • Alison Newman, actress.[]
  • Novelist, grime MC.[]
  • Panjabi MC, musician.[]
  • Ronnie O'Sullivan, professional snooker player.[]
  • David Owen, former leader of the Social Democratic Party.[]
  • Kai Owen, actor.[]
  • Richard Parker, American economist.[71]
  • Tamaryn Payne, actress.[]
  • Maxine Peake, actress.[]
  • Ann Pettifor, analyst and economist.[71]
  • Kate Pickett, epidemiologist.[71]
  • PINS, rock band.[]
  • Plastician, electronic musician.[]
  • Primal Scream, rock band.[]
  • Robert Pollin, American economist.[71]
  • Sophie Porley, actress.[]
  • Billie JD Porter, journalist and television presenter.[]
  • David Preece, goalkeeper.[]
  • Dave Prentis, general secretary of UNISON.[]
  • Rag'n'Bone Man, singer-songwriter.[]
  • Eddi Reader, singer-songwriter (endorsed both Labour and SNP).[]
  • Vanessa Redgrave, actress.[]
  • Reverend and the Makers, rock band.[]
  • Rizzle Kicks, hip hop duo.[]
  • Rou Reynolds, lead vocalist of Enter Shikari.[]
  • Lizzie Roper, actress.[]
  • Nadia Rose, rapper.[]
  • Michael Rosen, children's novelist and poet.[]
  • Ellie Rowsell, lead vocalist of Wolf Alice.[67]
  • Robert Rowthorn, economist.[71]
  • Mark Ruffalo, actor.[]
  • Bill Ryder-Jones, musician[][]
  • S-Endz, vocalist, producer and songwriter.[]
  • Alfredo Saad-Filho, Marxian economist.[71]
  • Zack Sabre Jr., professional wrestler.[]
  • Sabrepulse, chiptune musician.[]
  • Bernie Sanders, US Senator and Democratic Party presidential candidate.[]
  • Emmett J. Scanlan, actor.[]
  • David Schneider, actor, comedian.[]
  • Mohammed Shafiq, chief executive of the Ramadhan Foundation.[]
  • Anwar Shaikh, economist.[71]
  • Asad Shan, actor, model and presenter.[]
  • Caroline Sheen, actress.[]
  • Ariane Sherine, stand-up comedian, writer and journalist.[]
  • Enter Shikari, rock band.[]
  • Mista Silva, musician.[]
  • Andrew Simms, author and analyst.[71]
  • Slix, grime MC, former member of Ruff Sqwad.[]
  • Barry Sloane, actor.[]
  • Harry Leslie Smith, writer, activist, World War II veteran and political commentator.[]
  • Neville Southall, former Welsh international footballer.[]
  • Guy Standing, economist.[71]
  • Hollie Steel, singer and actress.[]
  • Frances Stewart, developmental economist.[71]
  • Joseph Stiglitz, former chief economist of the World Bank.[]
  • Stormzy, grime MC.[]
  • Summer Camp, indie pop duo.[]
  • Sundara Karma, indie band.[]
  • Scotty T, reality television personality.[]
  • Eddy Temple-Morris, DJ, record producer and television presenter.[]
  • Ashley Theophane, professional boxer.[]
  • This Is the Kit, musician.[]
  • Joseph Thompson, actor.[]
  • TomSka, writer, producer, director, actor, and filmmaker.[]
  • Polly Toynbee, journalist and writer.[]
  • AJ Tracey, grime MC.[]
  • Chris van Tulleken, doctor and TV presenter.[]
  • Yanis Varoufakis, former Greek Minister of Finance and economist.[]
  • Johnny Vegas, actor and comedian.[]
  • Ava Vidal, comedian.[]
  • Dua Lipa, singer-songwriter.[][]
  • Terri Walker, singer-songwriter.[]
  • Dave Ward, General Secretary of the Communication Workers Union[]
  • Samuel West, actor and director.[]
  • Richard G. Wilkinson, social epidemiologist, author and advocate.[71]
  • Scot Williams, actor, writer and producer.[]
  • Harriet Williamson, journalist.[]
  • Hannah Witton, YouTuber, broadcaster and author.[]
  • Samantha Womack, actress.[]
  • Wolf People, psychedelic rock band.[]
  • Simon Wren-Lewis, economist.[71]
  • Gary Younge, writer and columnist.[]
  • Bilal Zafar, comedian.[]
  • Slavoj Žižek, philosopher, cultural critic, and Hegelian Marxist.[]
  • Zomby, electronic musician.[]

Liberal Democrats[edit]

  • Rebecca Atkinson-Lord, theatre director and writer (endorsing the Greens, Liberal Democrats and Labour).[60]
  • Samantha Bond, actress.[]
  • Adam Christopher, novelist.[]
  • John Cleese, actor, screenwriter, producer and comedian (endorsing the Liberal Democrats and Labour).[]
  • Paul Connew, former editor of the Sunday Mirror.[]
  • Richard Dawkins, ethologist, professor, evolutionary biologist and author.[]
  • Dinesh Dhamija, business entrepreneur.[]
  • Peter Frankopan, historian.[]
  • Bob Geldof, singer-songwriter, author, political activist.[]
  • Clare Gerada, former Chair of the Council of the Royal College of General Practitioners.[]
  • Ben Goldacre, physician, academic and science writer (endorsing the Liberal Democrats and Labour).[]
  • Hugh Grant, actor[]
  • Robert Harris, novelist and former Labour donor.[]
  • Nicola Horlick, investment fund manager.[]
  • Rachel Johnson, editor, journalist, television presenter and author. Sister to the Prime Minister Boris Johnson.[]
  • Bob Marshall-Andrews, Labour MP for Medway from to []
  • Megaman, member of the So Solid Crew.[]
  • Alex Proud, entrepreneur.[]
  • Jay Rayner, journalist, writer, broadcaster, food critic and jazz musician.[]
  • Richard Reed, co-founder, Innocent Drinks.[]
  • John Rentoul, journalist.[]
  • Roy Stride, lead singer of Scouting for Girls.[]

Plaid Cymru[edit]

Scottish National Party[edit]

  • Limmy, comedian, actor and web developer (endorsed Labour outside of Scotland).
  • Eddi Reader, singer-songwriter (endorsed Labour outside of Scotland).[]

UK Independence Party[edit]

Sinn Féin[edit]


Conservative Party[edit]

Labour Party[edit]


Some parties which only contest elections in certain parts of the United Kingdom have endorsed political parties in areas they don't contest.

Endorsements for individual candidates[edit]


For Stephen Kinnock (Labour):

Amber Valley[edit]

For Nigel Mills (Conservative):


For Hywel Williams (Plaid Cymru):


For Gloria De Piero (Labour):


For Roseanne Edwards (Independent):

Barrow and Furness[edit]

For John Woodcock (Labour Co-operative):


For John Mann (Labour):

Belfast East[edit]

For Gavin Robinson (DUP):

For Naomi Long (Alliance):

Belfast North[edit]

For Nigel Dodds (DUP):

Belfast South[edit]

For Emma Little Pengelly (DUP):

Birmingham Edgbaston[edit]

For Preet Gill (Labour):

Birmingham Erdington[edit]

For Jack Dromey (Labour):

Birmingham Yardley[edit]

For Jess Phillips (Labour):

Bishop Auckland[edit]

For Helen Goodman (Labour):

Bournemouth West[edit]

For Conor Burns (Conservative):

Brecon and Radnorshire[edit]

For James Gibson-Watt (Liberal Democrat):

Brentford and Isleworth[edit]

For Ruth Cadbury (Labour):

Brighton Kemptown[edit]

For Lloyd Russell-Moyle (Labour):

Brighton Pavilion[edit]

For Caroline Lucas (Green):

Bristol East[edit]

For Kerry McCarthy (Labour):

Bristol North West[edit]

For Darren Jones (Labour):

Bristol West[edit]

For Molly Scott Cato (Green):


For Anna Soubry (Conservative):

Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross[edit]

For Jamie Stone (Liberal Democrat):

Camberwell and Peckham[edit]

For Harriet Harman (Labour):


For Julian Huppert (Liberal Democrat):


For Julian Brazier (Conservative):

Cannock Chase[edit]

For Paul Dadge (Labour):

Cardiff Central[edit]

For Jo Stevens (Labour):

Cardiff South and Penarth[edit]

For Stephen Doughty (Labour Co-operative):

Cardiff West[edit]

For Kevin Brennan (Labour):

Carshalton and Wallington[edit]

For Tom Brake (Liberal Democrat):

For Matthew Maxwell-Scott (Conservative Party)


For Mark Williams (Liberal Democrat):

Chatham and Aylesford[edit]

For Tracey Crouch (Conservative):


For Mark Hunter (Liberal Democrat):

Chingford and Woodford Green[edit]

For Bilal Mahmood (Labour):

For Iain Duncan Smith (Conservative):


For Christopher Chope (Conservative):

Chipping Barnet[edit]

For Emma Whysall (Labour):

Dulwich and West Norwood[edit]

For Rachel Wolf (Conservative):

For Rashid Nix (Green):

Ealing Central and Acton[edit]

For Rupa Huq (Labour):

East Dunbartonshire[edit]

For Jo Swinson (Liberal Democrat):


For Stephen Lloyd (Liberal Democrat):

Edinburgh South[edit]

For Ian Murray (Labour):

Edinburgh West[edit]

For Christine Jardine (Liberal Democrat):

For Toni Giugliano (Scottish National Party):

Enfield Southgate[edit]

For Bambos Charalambous (Labour):


For Ben Bradshaw (Labour):

Feltham and Heston[edit]

For Seema Malhotra (Labour):

Fermanagh and South Tyrone[edit]

For Tom Elliott (UUP):

Glasgow South West[edit]

For Matt Kerr (Labour and Co-operative):


For Tonia Antoniazzi (Labour):


For Mark Bray-Perry (Green):

Hackney South and Shoreditch[edit]

For Meg Hillier (Labour):

Hampstead and Kilburn[edit]

For Tulip Siddiq (Labour):


For Andy Slaughter (Labour):


For Teck Khong (UKIP):

Harrogate and Knaresborough[edit]

For Helen Flynn (Liberal Democrat):

Hayes and Harlington[edit]

For John McDonnell (Labour):

Harrow West[edit]

For Gareth Thomas (Labour Co-operative):

Hazel Grove[edit]

For Lisa Smart (Liberal Democrat):


For Mike Katz (Labour):

High Peak[edit]

For Andrew Bingham (Conservative):

Hornsey and Wood Green[edit]

For Catherine West (Labour):

For Nimco Ali (Women's Equality):


For Peter Kyle (Labour):

Ilford North[edit]

For Lee Scott (Conservative):

For Wes Streeting (Labour):

Isle of Wight[edit]

For Vix Lowthion (Green):


For Emma Dent Coad (Labour):


For Philip Hollobone (Conservative):

Kingston and Surbiton[edit]

For Ed Davey (Liberal Democrat):

Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle[edit]

For Michelle Dewberry (Independent):

Leeds North East[edit]

For Fabian Hamilton (Labour):

Leeds West[edit]

For Rachel Reeves (Labour):

Leicester West[edit]

For Liz Kendall (Labour):


For Kelly-Marie Blundell (Liberal Democrat):

Leyton and Wanstead[edit]

For John Cryer (Labour):


For Karl McCartney (Conservative):

Luton North[edit]

For Kelvin Hopkins (Labour);

Luton South[edit]

For Gavin Shuker (Labour):


For Gerard Batten (UKIP):

Manchester Gorton[edit]

For George Galloway (Independent):

For Afzal Khan (Labour):

Mitcham and Morden[edit]

For Siobhain McDonagh (Labour):

Morley and Outwood[edit]

For Neil Dawson (Labour):


For Jane Dodds (Liberal Democrat):

New Forest East[edit]

For Julian Lewis (Conservative):

New Forest West[edit]

For Desmond Swayne (Conservative):

Newcastle upon Tyne North[edit]

For Catherine McKinnell (Labour):

Nottingham South[edit]

For Lilian Greenwood (Labour):

North East Fife[edit]

For Elizabeth Riches (Liberal Democrat):

North East Somerset[edit]

For Robin Moss (Labour):

North Norfolk[

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Apple MacBook Pro 15 ( GHz, ) Laptop Review

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Apple announced an update for the MacBook Pro 15 at this year's WWDC in June. The Skylake processors were still up to date when the previous model launched last autumn, but the competition started shipping models with new and faster Kaby Lake chips soon after that. Apple now reacts with an unusually early update after just 8 months – we originally expected an update this autumn.

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