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List of Parliamentary constituencies in North Yorkshire

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The county of North Yorkshire, together with the unitary authority of York, is divided into 8 Parliamentary constituencies - 2 Borough constituencies and 6 County constituencies.

Constituencies

  † Conservative   ‡ Labour   ¤ Liberal Democrat    UKIP


Constituency[nb 1] Electorate Majority[nb 2] Member of Parliament Nearest opposition Map
Harrogate and Knaresborough CC 77,280 18,168 32.0%   Andrew Jones   Helen Flynn¤
Richmond (Yorks) CC 80,905 23,108 40.4%   Rishi Sunak   Dan Perry‡
Scarborough and Whitby CC 73,599 3,435 6.8%   Robert Goodwill   Eric Broadbent‡
Selby and Ainsty CC 75,918 13,772 24.5%   Nigel Adams   David Bowgett‡
Skipton and Ripon CC 78,104 19,985 34.4%   Julian Smith   Alan Woodhead‡
Thirsk and Malton CC 78,670 19,001 33.9%   Kevin Hollinrake   Alan Avery‡
York Central BC 75,315 18,575 35.0%   Rachael Maskell   Ed Young†
York Outer CC 75,835 8,289 14.4%   Julian Sturdy   Luke Charters-Reid‡

Changes proposed for 2022

As part of the Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies proposed in 2016 the Boundary Commission for England proposed the following constituencies covering an area across North Yorkshire.[1]

Covering Craven

Covering Hambleton

Covering Harrogate

Covering Richmondshire

Covering Ryedale

Covering Selby

Covering Scarborough

Covering City of York

Changes made in 2010

Former name Former boundaries
  1. City of York BC
  2. Harrogate and Knaresborough BC
  3. Richmond (Yorks) CC
  4. Ryedale CC
  5. Scarborough and Whitby CC
  6. Selby CC
  7. Skipton and Ripon CC
  8. Vale of York CC

The Boundary Commission for England recommended that the area continue to be divided into 8 constituencies, but extensively redrawn in the south-eastern part to accommodate exactly two seats in what is now York. These changes were implemented at the United Kingdom general election, 2010.

Current name Current boundaries
  1. Harrogate and Knaresborough CC
  2. Richmond (Yorks) CC
  3. Scarborough and Whitby CC
  4. Selby and Ainsty CC
  5. Skipton and Ripon CC
  6. Thirsk and Malton CC
  7. York Central BC
  8. York Outer CC

Results

Historical representation by party

Data given here is for the North Riding of Yorkshire until 1983, and includes the city of York throughout. A cell marked → (with a different colour background to the preceding cell) indicates that the previous MP continued to sit under a new party name.

1885 to 1918

  Conservative   Independent Labour   Liberal   Liberal-Labour

Constituency 1885 1886 1892 93 1895 97 98 00 1900 02 05 1906 Jan 1910 Dec 1910 15
York A. Pease Butcher Greenwood A. Rowntree
Lockwood Beresford Faber Butcher
Cleveland H. Pease A. Pease Samuel
Middlesbrough I. Wilson J. Wilson Sadler J. Wilson Williams
Richmond (Yorks) Milbank Elliot Hutton Dyke Acland Orde-Powlett
Scarborough Sitwell J. Rowntree Sitwell Compton-Rickett Rea
Thirsk and Malton Dawnay Lawson Duncombe Turton
Whitby E. Beckett Buxton G. Beckett

1918 to 1950

  Conservative   Independent   Labour   Liberal

Constituency 1918 1922 1923 1924 28 1929 31 1931 1935 37 40 41 45 1945 48 49
York Butcher Marriott Burgess Lumley Wood Corlett
Cleveland Goff Starmer Goff Mansfield Bower Willey
Middlesbrough East Williams Brown Williams Wilkinson Young Edwards
Middlesbrough West Thomson Griffith Johnstone Bennett Cooper
Richmond (Yorks) Wilson Dugdale
Scarborough and Whitby Beckett Herbert Latham Spearman
Thirsk and Malton E. Turton R. Turton

1950 to 1983

  Conservative   Labour   Social Democratic

Constituency 1950 1951 52 1955 1959 62 1964 1966 1970 Feb 1974 Oct 1974 1979 81
York Hylton-Foster Longbottom Lyon
Cleveland / Cleveland and Whitby (1974) Willey Palmer Proudfoot Tinn Brittan
Middlesbrough East / Middlesbrough (1974) Marquand Bottomley
Middlesbrough West / Thornaby (1974) Cooper Simon Bray Sutcliffe Wrigglesworth
Richmond (Yorks) Dugdale Kitson
Scarborough and Whitby / Scarborough (1974) Spearman Shaw
Thirsk and Malton Turton Spence
Redcar Tinn

1983 to present

  Conservative   Labour   Liberal   Liberal Democrats

Constituency 1983 86 1987 89 1992 1997 2001 2005 2010 2015 2017
York / York Central (2010) Gregory Bayley Maskell
Harrogate / Harrogate and Knaresborough (1997) Banks Willis Jones
Richmond (Yorks) Brittan Hague Sunak
Ryedale / Thirsk and Malton (2010) Spence Shields Greenway McIntosh Hollinrake
Scarborough / Scarborough and Whitby (1997) Shaw Sykes Quinn Goodwill
Selby / Selby and Ainsty (2010) Alison Grogan Adams
Skipton and Ripon Watson Curry Smith
Vale of York / York Outer (2010) McIntosh Sturdy

See also

Notes

  1. ^ BC denotes borough constituency, CC denotes county constituency.
  2. ^ The majority is the number of votes the winning candidate receives more than their nearest rival.

References

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