List of constituencies in South West England

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The region of South West England has, since the 2010 general election, 55 parliamentary constituencies. At that election the Conservative Party held the largest number of constituencies, with 36. The Liberal Democrats had 15 and Labour had just 4 out of the 55. At the 2015 general election the Liberal Democrats lost all of their seats (14 to the Conservatives and one to Labour), while the Conservatives gained one seat from Labour, leaving the Conservatives with 51 and Labour with 4. In the 2017 general election, the Conservatives remained, by far, the largest party with 47 seats, though losing three to Labour, who won 7, and one to the Liberal Democrats, who won 1.

Current constituencies[edit]

Conservatives[edit]

Labour[edit]

Liberal Democrats[edit]

Proposed constituencies[edit]

As part of the Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies, the Boundary Commission for England published in 2016 proposed constituencies to be fought at the United Kingdom general election scheduled for the year 2020.[1]

Bristol[edit]

Cornwall and Devon[edit]

Dorset and Wiltshire[edit]

Gloucestershire and South Gloucestershire[edit]

North Somerset[edit]

Somerset and Bath and North East Somerset[edit]

Swindon[edit]

Former constituencies[edit]

Abolished in 2010[edit]

Abolished in 1997[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "2018 Review – Initial proposals for South West region". Boundary Commission for England. 12 September 2016. Retrieved 20 November 2016.