House of Keys constituencies
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Constituencies from 2016
|Constituency||Sheading||Local government areas||MHKs returned|
|Arbory, Castletown & Malew||Rushen||Arbory, Castletown, Malew and parts of east Rushen||2|
|Ayre & Michael||Ayre, Michael||Andreas, Ballaugh, Bride, Jurby, Lezayre and Michael||2|
parts of Onchan
|Garff parish (comprising the former Laxey, Lonan,
Maughold) and parts of north Onchan
|Glenfaba & Peel||Glenfaba||German, Patrick and Peel||2|
|Middle||Middle excluding Douglas||Braddan, Marown and Santon||2|
|Onchan||Garff||Onchan excluding parts of north Onchan||2|
|Rushen||Rushen||Port St Mary, Port Erin and most of Rushen||2|
Constituencies from 1986–2011
The constituencies used for the 1986, 1991, 1996, 2001, 2006 and 2011 General Elections for the House of Keys were:
|Constituency||Sheading||Local Government Areas||MHKs returned|
|Ayre||Ayre||Andreas, Bride, Lezayre||1|
|Garff||Garff without Onchan||Lonan, Maughold, Laxey||1|
|Michael||Michael||Ballaugh, Jurby, Michael||1|
|Rushen||Rushen||Rushen, Port St Mary, Port Erin||3|
|Middle||Middle without Santon Parish or Douglas||Braddan, Marown||1|
|Malew and Santon||Parts of Middle and Rushen||Malew, Santon||1|
- Garff and Ayre became one seat constituencies, having previously each had two seats.
- Onchan constituency was created, having been previously part of Middle constituency.
- Middle constituency was created from the parishes of Marown (formerly part of Glenfaba constituency) and Braddan.
- Malew and Santon constituency was created from the parishes of Malew (formerly part of Rushen constituency), and Santon (formerly part of Middle constituency).
Ramsey gained an extra seat to become a two seat constituency.
The constituencies are not currently known that were used for the 1924, 1929, 1934, 1946, 1951, 1956, 1962, 1966, 1971, 1976, 1981 General Elections.
These were used for the 1903, 1908, 1913 and 1919 General Elections. The original constituencies were altered by the Redistribution Act 1893 to the following:
These were used for the 1867, 1875, and 1881 General Elections. The original constituencies under the House of Keys Election Act 1866, providing for the House to be elected for the first time, were:
Further back in history, before democratic elections, each of the six sheadings was represented by four members.