With the night belonging to the Conservatives right across England and Wales, Havering equally joined in the party with two clear majority seats across Romford and Hornchurch and Upminster.
The two Tory candidates won with their highest majority ever, and the Labour seat in Dagenham and Rainham was just held onto by the Labour candidate who was at one stage virtually neck to neck with the Tory candidate in what was once a Labour stronghold.
Brexit was the common theme of the night with voters coming out to make their voices heard by backing Boris and his Brexit bid to get it delivered by the end of January.
The Romford seat as had been predicted, stayed a strong shade of blue as Andrew Rosindell won his sixth term in office with his biggest majority.
In his speech Mr Rosindell said:
“Today is a historic day for our country, the British people have made their decision and elected a Conservative majority government with a clear and decisive mandate to take the United Kingdom out of the European Union.
“If there is a lesson that we have learnt during this election, it is that all democratic parties must be true to the wishes of the people. When a political party betrays the trust of the British people, they will be punished and tonight the Labour party are being punished across the country.
“It is a great honour for me to have been elected for the sixth time with the largest share of the votes I have ever received and the largest majority ever.
“Tonight we can celebrate the biggest Conservative majority since Margaret Thatcher. It is Margaret Thatcher’s values, ideas and policies that are now back on the agenda to make our nation great again.”