2005 United Kingdom General Election Result in Greater Manchester

2005 United Kingdom General Election Result In Greater Manchester

The following are the collated results of the United Kingdom general election, 2005 in the metropolitan council area of Greater Manchester.

For individual results see the individual constituency results.

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