Tournai was a former constituency of the Parliament of England.
The (now Belgian) city of Tournai, Flemish city dependent of the French Crown, was under English rule from 23 September 1513 until it was returned to France in 1519. During part of that time it was represented in the Parliament of England by two members.
An election is known to have taken place in about December 1513. It is not clear if there was any election for the next Parliament in 1515, but that would have been the last opportunity for this community to be represented in the English House of Commons.
Members of Parliament 
|28 November 1511
||4 February 1512
||4 March 1514
||Jean Le Sellier
|23 November 1514
||5 February 1515
||22 December 1515
- The House of Commons 1509-1558, by S.T. Bindoff (Secker & Warburg 1982)