2 edition of List of Members of Parliament for Warwick, and for Warwick and Leamington from 1885 found in the catalog.
List of Members of Parliament for Warwick, and for Warwick and Leamington from 1885
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Four candidates have been declared in the fight to represent Warwick and Leamington – and it could be a close call. At the last election in , Labour’s Matt Western took the seat from. The Warwick and Leamington constituency name dates back to , when it included not just Leamington and Warwick but also Kenilworth and Stratford upon Avon. This version of the seat, which would have been more accurately named “South Warwickshire”, was represented by Anthony Eden (who served from to ).
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In the election, Warwick and Leamington was 85th on the Conservative list of target seats, meaning that to gain it they would have required a somewhat greater swing than was seen nationally.
With a greater swing from Labour to the Liberal Democrats, Plaskitt narrowly held the seat with a majority slashed from nearly 6, votes to only County: Warwickshire.
Warwick was a parliamentary borough consisting of the town of Warwick, within the larger Warwickshire constituency of returned two Members of Parliament (MPs) to the House of Commons of England from toto the House of Commons of Great Britain from toand then to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom until .County: Warwickshire.
Warwick was contested a further ten times before Leamington was added to it inand except for the interlude between William Collins’s by-election victory in March and King’s defeat at the general election that July, one-and-one representation persisted,and again,after an interlude of Conservative dominance UK Parliament constituency.
Name: Warwick and Leamington. Created: Search Help. HANSARD – → Constituencies (W) Warwick and Leamington MPs. Mr Arthur Peel Novem - ; Mr Alfred Lyttelton - Janu ; Mr Thomas. Based on DCMS modelled estimates and current delivery plans, 96% of premises in the Warwick and Leamington constituency will have access to superfast broadband by December Early gainshare funding that BT will return in response to the high levels of take-up being achieved, could help extend coverage further.
Warwick and Leamington is a constituency in Warwickshire, in the West Midlands of England. The seat has been held by Matt Western (Labour) since June Leamington Spa has been well served by her members of Parliament since the creation of the Warwick & Leamington constituency in Several of them achieved high office, two as Attorney General and another as Speaker of the House of Commons.
Leamington Spa, Warwickshire, CV32 5HZ NOTICE OF ELECTION AGENTS' NAMES AND OFFICES Warwick District Council Election of a Member of Parliament for Warwick & Leamington on Thursday 8 June I HEREBY GIVE NOTICE that the names. Bromley is a former borough constituency in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United elected one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election.
The most famous MP for the constituency was Harold Macmillan, who served as Prime Minister (–). Boundaries. The Municipal Boroughs of Royal Leamington Spa, Stratford-on-Avon, and Warwick, the Urban District of Kenilworth, the Rural Districts of Alcester and Warwick, in the Rural District of Brailes the civil parishes of Ilmington and Stretton-on-Fosse, and the part of the Rural District of Stratford-on-Avon which was not included in the Rugby constituency.
Warwick returns 1 member to Parliament; it returned 2 members from Edward I. untilwhen the parl. limits were extended so as to include the mun. bor. of Leamington and the local government districts of Milverton and Lillington. Burton is a county constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United elects one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election.
History. The constituency was created in replacing the previous East Staffordshire and North Staffordshire constituencies. Burton upon Trent is a centre of the brewing industry and for sixty. Overview. The first creation came inand the title was held by the Beaumont and later by the Beauchamp families.
The 14th Earl was created Duke of Warwick ina title which became extinct on his early death the following year. The best-known Earl of this creation was the 16th Earl jure uxoris, Richard Neville, who was involved in the deposition of two kings, a fact which later.
Warwick Castle is a medieval castle developed from a wooden fort, originally built by William the Conqueror during Warwick is the county town of Warwickshire, England, situated on a bend of the River original wooden motte-and-bailey castle was rebuilt in stone during the 12th century.
During the Hundred Years War, the facade opposite the town was refortified, resulting in one of. Constituency profile.
Warwickshire North has wards which are the most "working-class" (lowest average income) and industrial of the six constituencies in the county, politically frequently with the best returns locally for Labour candidates.
In the election all six Warwickshire constituencies were won by the Conservative party, though this constituency was the most marginal, falling on a. Please see below for a list of wards and representatives: Leamington Brunswick - Green Party x 3 Leamington Clarendon - Labour x 3 Leamington Lillington - Liberal Democrats x 3 Leamington Milverton - Liberal Democrats x 3 Leamington Willes - Green Party x 2 and Labour x 1 Whitnash - Whitnash Residents Association x 3 Warwick All Saints & Woodloes.
Year = Entity = Warwickshire County = Warwickshire EP = West Midlands MP = James Plaskitt Party = Labour. Warwick and Leamington is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom.
It elects one Member of Parliament. See all 7 candidates in Warwick and Leamington in the UK Parliament elections on 12 Dec Louis William McMaster Adam (Liberal Democrats) Xander Bennett (Social Democratic Party) Jonathan Chilvers (Green Party) Bob Dhillon (Independent) Tim Griffiths (The Brexit Party) Jack Rankin (Conservative and Unionist Party) Matt Western (Labour Party).
The Warwick and Leamington Constituency has 3 tiers of Local Government. Warwickshire County Council Within the Warwick and Leamington Constituency, there are 10 County Councillors across 10 wards. 3 of these are Conservatives. Overall, Warwickshire County Council has 57 councillors: 36 are Conservative.
10 are Labour. 8 are Liberal Democrats. MPs and Members of the Lords sit in the two Chambers of Parliament scrutinising the Government and debating legislation.
Find Members of Parliament (MPs) by postcode and constituency, and Members of the House of Lords by name and party. North Shropshire is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since by Owen Paterson, a Conservative.
History. From its first creation in to the abolition of the first creation in it covered approximately half of the county and elected two members, formally Knights of the the county was (together with South Shropshire) - divided.By a compromise, the Castle named only one Member, one of the family, and this arrangement lasted untildespite further animosity towards the earl’s interest propagated by the Warwick Advertiser (founded ) and by the Warwick Union Society ().7 Montagu Burgoyne was prepared to offer his services, through Dr Parr, to the ‘Low.Exeter has had Member's of Parliament representing the City from way beforewhich is the starting point of this list.
This page is based on the list that appears in Leigh Rayment's Peeragethe City had two MPs, who often owed their election to the purchase of votes.