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North East Cambridgeshire (UK Parliament constituency)

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County  Cambridgeshire
European Parliament constituency  East of England
Number of members  1
Created from  Isle of Ely, Peterborough
Electorate  83,661 (December 2010)
Member of parliament  Stephen Barclay
Replaced by  Isle of Ely, Peterborough
North East Cambridgeshire (UK Parliament constituency)
Major settlements  Wisbech, March, Whittlesey, Chatteris

North East Cambridgeshire is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2010 by Stephen Barclay, a Conservative.

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History

Clement Freud, former Liberal MP for Isle of Ely from 1973, represented the seat from its creation in 1983 until 1987, when he was defeated by the Conservative Malcolm Moss and since then it has been served by one other Conservative MP.

Boundaries

1983-1997: The District of Fenland, the District of East Cambridgeshire wards of Downham, Haddenham, Littleport, Stretham, Sutton, and Witchford, and the City of Peterborough wards of Eye, Newborough, and Thorney.

1997-2010: The District of Fenland, the District of East Cambridgeshire wards of Downham, Littleport, and Sutton, and the City of Peterborough wards of Eye, Newborough, and Thorney.

2010-present: The District of Fenland, and the District of East Cambridgeshire wards of Downham Villages, Littleport East, Littleport West, and Sutton.

References

North East Cambridgeshire (UK Parliament constituency) Wikipedia


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