South East Cambridgeshire (UK Parliament constituency)
|South East Cambridgeshire|
for the House of Commons
Boundary of South East Cambridgeshire in Cambridgeshire.
Location of Cambridgeshire within England.
|Electorate||82,265 (December 2010)|
|Major settlements||Ely i//|
|Member of parliament||Lucy Frazer (Conservative)|
|Number of members||One|
|Created from||Cambridgeshire, Isle of Ely|
|European Parliament constituency||East of England|
1983-1997: The District of East Cambridgeshire wards of Bottisham, Burwell, Cheveley, Dullingham Villages, Ely North, Ely South, Ely West, Fordham Villages, Isleham, Soham, The Swaffhams, and Woodditton, and the District of South Cambridgeshire wards of Abington, Balsham, Bar Hill, Castle Camps, Coton, Cottenham, Elsworth, Fulbourn, Girton, Histon, Linton, Longstanton, Milton, Over, Swavesey, Teversham, The Wilbrahams, Waterbeach, and Willingham.
1997-2010: The District of East Cambridgeshire wards of Bottisham, Burwell, Cheveley, Dullingham Villages, Ely North, Ely South, Ely West, Fordham Villages, Haddenham, Isleham, Soham, Stretham, The Swaffhams, Witchford, and Woodditton, and the District of South Cambridgeshire wards of Abington, Balsham, Castle Camps, Cottenham, Fulbourn, Histon, Linton, Milton, Over, Teversham, The Wilbrahams, Waterbeach, and Willingham.
2010-present: The District of East Cambridgeshire wards of Bottisham, Burwell, Cheveley, Dullingham Villages, Ely East, Ely North, Ely South, Ely West, Fordham Villages, Haddenham, Isleham, Soham North, Soham South, Stretham, and The Swaffhams, and the District of South Cambridgeshire wards of Balsham, Fulbourn, Histon and Impington, Linton, Milton, Teversham, The Wilbrahams, Waterbeach, and Willingham and Over.
The constituency includes the eastern half of South Cambridgeshire district and the southern part of East Cambridgeshire. Ely is the city, in fact with cathedral city status, and largest community, with many smaller settlements including Burwell, Fulbourn, Isleham, Linton, Milton, Soham and Waterbeach.
Members of Parliament
|1987||Sir Jim Paice||Conservative|
Elections in the 2010s
|General Election 2015: South East Cambridgeshire|
|Conservative||Lucy Frazer [n 3]||28,845||48.5||+0.5|
|Liberal Democrat||Jonathan Chatfield ||12,008||20.2||−17.5|
|Labour||Huw Jones ||9,013||15.1||+7.5|
|UKIP||Deborah Rennie ||6,593||11.1||+7.4|
|Green||Clive Semmens ||3,047||5.1||+3.8|
|General Election 2010: South East Cambridgeshire|
|Liberal Democrat||Jonathan Chatfield||21,683||37.6||+6.2|
|Labour||John Cowan||4,380||7.6||−13.8 [n 4]|
|Christian Peoples||Daniel Bell||489||0.8||N/A|
Elections in the 2000s
|General Election 2005: South East Cambridgeshire|
|Liberal Democrat||Jonathan Peter Chatfield||17,750||31.7||+4.8|
|General Election 2001: South East Cambridgeshire|
|Liberal Democrat||Sal Brinton||13,937||26.9||+1.8|
|Labour||Andrew Philip Inchley||13,714||26.4||−0.1|
|UKIP||Neil John Scarr||1,308||2.5||N/A|
Elections in the 1990s
|General Election 1997: South East Cambridgeshire|
|Labour||Rex Francis Collinson||15,048||26.5||+6.5|
|Liberal Democrat||Sal Brinton||14,246||25.1||+4.8|
|Referendum||John Edward Howlett||2,838||5.0||N/A|
|Building a Fair Society||Karl Huk Loy Lam||167||0.3||N/A|
|Natural Law||Peter Haines While||111||0.2||−0.2|
|General Election 1992: South East Cambridgeshire|
|Liberal Democrat||Ronald Edward Wotherspoon||12,883||20.3||−7.2|
|Labour||Arthur Murray Jones||12,688||20.0||+6.3|
|Green||John William Marsh||836||1.3||N/A|
|Natural Law||Ms. Bridget Di Langridge||231||0.4||N/A|
Elections in the 1980s
|General Election 1987: South East Cambridgeshire|
|Social Democratic||Peter Crevie Lee||15,399||27.5||−2.3|
|Labour||Thomas Sidney Ling||7,694||13.7||+1.1|
|General Election 1983: South East Cambridgeshire|
|Social Democratic||Christopher John Slee||14,791||29.8||N/A|
|Labour||Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Jackson||6,261||12.6||N/A|
|Conservative win (new seat)|
Notes and references
- A county constituency (for the purposes of election expenses and type of returning officer)
- As with all constituencies, the constituency elects one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election at least every five years.
- Note: In January 2014 Lucy Frazer, a barrister, was "reaffirmed" as Conservative candidate for South East Cambridgeshire on Friday despite claims that she had been beaten in an open primary by another woman, Heidi Allen, who is the Conservative candidate in the neighbouring constituency, South Cambridgeshire.
- Note: In April 2010 John Cowan was suspended from the Labour Party following controversy over comments he had made which, if elected, would have led to a period as an independent MP. As nominations for candidates had closed, Labour were unable to replace him, nor did he withdraw his candidature. He had previously been expelled from the Liberal Democrats.
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- Percentage changes based on 2005 notional results due to boundary changes
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- British Parliamentary Election Results 1983-97