Labour is predicted to romp to victory throughout Reading if a general election was held today.

Prediction website the Electoral Calculus has been monitoring the polls to determine who would be likely to win the general election that will be held on Thursday, May 4.

The political map of England was redrawn last summer, creating the parliamentary constituencies of Reading Central, Reading West and Mid Berkshire and Earley and Woodley.

According to its calculations, the Electoral Calculus predicts that Labour will win in all three seats.

Matt Rodda, the current Labour MP for Reading East, is the party’s nominee for Reading Central, and has a 99 per cent chance of winning,

Reading Chronicle: Matt Rodda, the Labour MP for Reading East, newly appointed Shadow Minister for Artificial

He faces off against Henry Wright, the Liberal Democrat candidate, councillor Dave McElroy, the candidate for the Greens and Andy Williams, standing for Reform.

Reading Chronicle: Dave McElroy, an incumbent councillor and Green Party candidate for Redlands ward in Erleigh Road, East Reading. Credit: Reading Green Party

The Conservatives have not selected their candidate yet.

Meanwhile, in Reading West and Mid Berkshire, the Electoral Calculus gives Labour an 80 per cent chance of victory.

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The Labour candidate for the new seat, made out of Reading West and parts of the Newbury constituency is Olivia Bailey, who came second place to Sir Alok Sharma in 2017.

Reading Chronicle: Olivia Bailey, a Labour candidate for the new Reading West and Mid Berkshire constituency. Credit: Olivia Bailey

Olivia Bailey faces stiff competition from Ross Mackinnon, the Conservative candidate, who has been given a 20 per cent chance of winning.

Reading Chronicle: Conservatives on campaign in Reading, featuring Nick Fudge, candidate for Kentwood ward, Ben

The seat is also being challenged by the Liberal Democrats, who rule West Berkshire Council, with their candidate Helen Belcher OBE.

Reading Chronicle: Liberal Democrat candidates Henry Wright (Reading Central), Helen Belcher (Reading West and Mid Berkshire) and Tahir Maher (Earley and Woodley). Credit: Adrian Betteridge, Liberal Democrats

It is also being contested by Independent candidate cllr Adrian Abbs, who represents Newbury Wash Common on West Berkshire Council, and councillor Carolyn Culver, a Green representative for the Ridgeway.

Kate Bosley is standing as the Reform candidate.

In the Reading urban area, there is also the new Parliamentary seat of Earley and Woodley, which covers the eponymous towns, Whitley, Shinfield and Sonning.

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The Electoral Calculus gives Labour candidate Yuan Yang a 79 per cent chance of victory in what is predicted to be a competitive area.

Reading Chronicle: Yuan Yang, Earley and Woodley Labour party MP candidate. Credit: Yang, Earley and Woodley Labour party MP candidate. Credit:

The Conservative candidate cllr Pauline Jorgensen has been given a 21 per cent chance of winning. She is currently the leader of the opposition on Wokingham Borough Council.

Reading Chronicle: Councillor Pauline Jorgensen (Conservative, Hillside) at the announcement that she will be the Conservative candidate for Earley and Woodley. Credit: Earley and Woodley Conservative Party

Both face challenges from Tahir Maher, the Liberal Democrat and a stalwart on the borough and Earley town council and cllr Louise Keane, the Green nominee.

Countrywide, Electoral Calculus is predicting a wave election victory, with Labour taking 479 seats, the Conservatives cut down to 92, and the Liberal Democrats winning 44.

The prediction site has also guessed that the Greens will finish with two MPs, one more than their current count, with Reform not getting any seats.

Finally, nation-specific parties the Scottish Nationalist Party is guessed to win 12 seats, with Plaid Cymru in Wales winning three.