On 5 July 2024, Munira was re-elected as the MP for Twickenham, with an increased 21,457 majority. The total votes of 30,185 represented a 56% share of the vote.

In a thank you to constituents, Munira said,I am so incredibly humbled and grateful that the people of Twickenham have put their trust in me again. I truly could not have done it without the support of so many people, and for that I would like to say a heartfelt thank you.”

The Liberal Democrats won a record-breaking 72 seats in Parliament, with all existing MPs having been re-elected. In the South West, in addition to holding the seats of Richmond Park and Kingston & Surbiton, Liberal Democrats gained seats including Wimbledon, Sutton and Cheam and Carshalton and Wallington.

“Overnight, the Tory blue wall tumbled like dominos and the Liberal Democrats ousted four Tory cabinet ministers,” said Munira. “From Yeovil to the Mendip Hills, from Eastbourne to Dorking, from Surrey Heath to Cheltenham – people cast their vote for a fresh start.”

Munira promised to continue being a strong voice for Twickenham in Parliament, saying:

“I will be holding the new Labour government to account to ensure they start the work of fixing our broken NHS, cleaning up our rivers and waterways, reversing cuts to community policing in our neighbourhoods, helping young people get on the housing ladder, and supporting the many, many people who have been struggling to pay their bills after the Conservatives crashed the economy.”

Munira added that education and the needs of children and young people are her passion, and the reason she got into politics. She promised to keep up her efforts to fight for the help and support our young people need and deserve – including a dedicated mental health practitioner in every school, and free school meals for every child in poverty.

Locally, Munira reiterated her commitment to continuing to fight on the campaigns that matter to residents, like stopping Thames Water from pursuing its terrible Teddington Direct River Abstraction proposals, and making sure a Heathrow 3rd runway is taken off the table once and for all.

“Whoever you voted for, I promise to fight your corner every day and be your voice on the issues that matter to Twickenham,” said Munira. “We have some deep-seated problems in our country that won’t be solved overnight, but I and my Liberal Democrat colleagues will get straight to work to start creating a brighter future for everyone.”