Cambridge and Bedfordshire North (European Parliament constituency)
|Cambridge and Bedfordshire North|
|European Parliament constituency|
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|Member state||United Kingdom|
Cambridge and Bedfordshire North was a constituency of the European Parliament located in the United Kingdom, electing one Member of the European Parliament by the first-past-the-post electoral system. Created in 1984 from parts of Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire, it was abolished in 1994 and succeeded by Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes.
On its creation in 1984, it consisted of the parliamentary constituencies of Cambridge, Huntingdon, Mid Bedfordshire, North Bedfordshire, North East Cambridgeshire, Peterborough, South East Cambridgeshire and South West Cambridgeshire.
When it was abolished in 1994, the parliamentary constituencies of Cambridge, Huntingdon, North East Cambridgeshire, Peterborough and South West Cambridgeshire became part of the Cambridgeshire constituency, while Mid Bedfordshire and North Bedfordshire were transferred to Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes.
|Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire prior to 1984|
|1984||Sir Fred Catherwood||Conservative|
|1994||constituency abolished, see Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire and Milton Keynes|
|Conservative||Sir Fred Catherwood||84,044||44.5||−8.9|
|Green||M E Wright||37,956||20.1||N/A|
|Social and Liberal Democrats||Andrew Duff||15,052||8.0||−14.5|
|Conservative||Sir Fred Catherwood||86,117||53.4||N/A|
|Conservative win (new seat)|
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