Labour have regained Bethnal Green and Bow, the seat won by Respect's George Galloway from Jewish MP Oona King in a bitter 2005 campaign.
With Mr Galloway fighting a losing battle in Poplar, Respect support plummeted by 20 per cent in Bethnal Green, where their candidate Abjol Miah lost to Labour's Rushanara Ali with a 14.1 per cent swing.
Labour's John Mann, chair of the All-Party Inquiry into Antisemitism, has retained his seat in Bassetlaw, north Nottinghamshire, with a 8,977 majority over Tory Keith Girling.
"I'm really pleased to see the result being a high swing to Labour which is totally contrary to what's happening elsewhere in the country," Mr Mann said. "I'm looking forward to getting back to work tomorrow and fighting the cause for the people of Bassetlaw."
His Labour colleague Denis MacShane, chair of the Antisemitism Inquiry panel, also retained his seat in Rotherham.
The polarising Jewish Conservative politician Dr Julian Lewis has held his seat in New Forest East.
Dr Lewis, the shadow defence secretary, was boosted by a 3.2 per cent swing from the Liberal Democrats, despite reports from pinknews.co.uk that he had made comments suggesting that being a homosexual was "more dangerous than being in the army".
Speaking after the vote was announced, Dr Lewis said: "I am naturally delighted that we have had such a stunning victory in New Forest East tonight.
Labour's Ivan Lewis, well-known in the Jewish community, has held on to his seat in Bury South despite an eight per cent swing to the Conservatives.
Foreign Office minister Mr Lewis, formerly vice-chairman of Labour Friends of Israel, received 19,508 votes, gaining a 40.4 per cent share and a 3,292 majority. In what was essentially a two-horse race between two Jewish candidates, Conservative Michelle Wiseman, chief executive of Manchester Jewish Community Care, got 16,216 votes.
The Jewish BNP candidate for Epping Forest has polled under 2,000 votes.
Patricia Richardson increased the BNP’s share of the vote by just 254 to 1,982.
Ms Richardson told the JC that the party is neither antisemitic nor racist. She described the mainstream Jewish community's hostility towards her party as "blinkered" and accuses it of "demonising" BNP policies.
The seat was held by Conservative Eleanor Laing, who was re-elected with an increased majority, while the Labour vote dropped by nearly 3,000.
Liberal Democrat Anne Haigh’s 10,017 votes beat Labour into second place.