List of Parliamentary constituencies in Warwickshire
Until 2010, the county of Warwickshire was divided into 5 Parliamentary constituencies - they were all County constituencies. Now it has six Parliamentary constituencies - 5 County constituencies and 1 Borough Constituency.
|Constituency[nb 1]||Electorate||Majority[nb 2]||Member of Parliament||Nearest Opposition||Electoral wards||Map|
|Kenilworth and Southam CC||66,319||18,086||Jeremy Wright†||Bally Singh‡||Rugby Borough Council: Dunchurch and Knightlow, Leam Valley, Ryton-on-Dunsmore. Stratford on Avon District Council: Burton Dassett, Fenny Compton, Harbury, Kineton, Long Itchington, Southam, Stockton and Napton, Wellsbourne. Warwick District Council: Abbey, Cubbington, Lapworth, Leek Wootton, Park Hill, Radford Semele, St John’s, Stoneleigh.|
|North Warwickshire CC||72,277||8,510||Craig Tracey†||Julie Jackson‡||North Warwickshire Borough Council: Atherstone Central, Atherstone North, Atherstone South and Mancetter, Baddesley and Grendon, Coleshill North, Coleshill South, Curdworth, Dordon, Fillongley, Hurley and Wood End, Kingsbury, Newton Regis and Warton, Polesworth East, Polesworth West, Water Orton. Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council: Bede, Exhall, Heath, Poplar, Slough.|
|Nuneaton CC||69,201||4,739||Marcus Jones†||Phil Johnson‡||North Warwickshire Borough Council: Arley and Whitacre, Hartshill. Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council: Abbey, Arbury, Attleborough, Bar Pool, Camp Hill, Galley Common, Kingswood, St Nicolas, Weddington, Wem Brook, Whitestone.|
|Rugby CC||72,175||8,212||Mark Pawsey†||Claire Edwards‡||Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council: Bulkington. Rugby Borough Council: Admirals, Avon and Swift, Benn, Bilton, Brownsover North, Brownsover South, Caldecott, Earl Craven and Wolston, Eastlands, Fosse, Hillmorton, Lawford and King’s Newnham, New Bilton, Newbold, Overslade, Paddox, Wolvey.|
|Stratford-on-Avon CC||72,572||20,958||Nadhim Zahawi†||Jeff Kenner‡||Stratford on Avon District Council: Alcester, Aston Cantlow, Bardon, Bidford and Salford, Brailes, Claverdon, Ettington, Henley, Kinwarton, Long Compton, Quinton, Sambourne, Shipston, Snitterfield, Stratford Alveston, Stratford Avenue and New Town, Stratford Guild and Hathaway, Stratford Mount Pleasant, Studley, Tanworth, Tredington, Vale of the Red Horse, Welford.|
|Warwick and Leamington BC||74,237||1,206||Matt Western‡||Chris White†||Warwick District Council: Bishop’s Tachbrook, Brunswick, Budbrooke, Clarendon, Crown, Manor, Milverton, Warwick North, Warwick South, Warwick West, Whitnash, Willes.|
The Boundary Commission for England has recommended that the county should in future be divided into six constituencies. The revised, more compact, Warwick & Leamington has been redesignated as a Borough constituency. These changes were implemented at the 2010 United Kingdom general election.
|Revised name||Post-2010 boundaries|
The results of the agglomerate of the Warwickshire constituencies for the 2017 General Election were as follows:
Historical representation by party
For Tamworth see Staffordshire. 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
|Constituency||1885||1886||87||89||91||1892||95||1895||98||99||1900||01||04||1906||09||09||Jan 1910||Dec 1910||11||12||14|
|Aston Manor||Gilzean Reid||Kynoch||Grice-Hutchinson||Cecil|
|Birmingham Central||J. Bright||→||J. A. Bright||Parkes||→|
|Birmingham West||J. Chamberlain||→||→||A. Chamberlain|
|Stratford upon Avon||Compton||Townsend||Freeman-Mitford||Milward||P. Foster||Kincaid-Smith||→||P. Foster|
|Warwick and Leamington||Peel||Lyttelton||Berridge||Pollock|
|Coventry||Eaton||Ballantine||Murray||A. Mason||J. Foster||D. Mason|
1918 to 1950
*Transferred from Staffordshire 1911
1950 to 1983
1983 to present
|Warwick and Leamington||Smith||Plaskitt||White||Western|
|Rugby and Kenilworth / Kenilworth and Southam (2010)||J. Pawsey||King||Wright|
- BC denotes borough constituency, CC denotes county constituency.
- The majority is the number of votes the winning candidate receives more than their nearest rival.
- "The Parliamentary Constituencies (England) Order 2007, page 4". Office of Public Sector Information. Crown copyright. 13 June 2007. Retrieved 7 November 2009.
- Boundary Commission for England pp. 1004–1007