Glasgow North

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List Of MPs For Scottish Constituencies 2005–2010 - MPs
... Alexander Paisley and Renfrewshire South Labour Party Bain, WillieWillie Bain Glasgow North East Labour Party Elected in 2009 by-election Banks, GordonGordon Banks Ochil and South Perthshire Labour Party ...
Lanark Burghs (UK Parliament Constituency) - Notes and References
1997 1997 to 2005 Current constituencies (2005 to present) Aberdeen North Aberdeen South Airdrie Shotts Angus Argyll Bute Ayr, Carrick Cumnock Banff Buchan Berwickshire, Roxburgh Selkirk Caithness ...
List Of United Kingdom Labour And Labour Co-operative MPs (2005–2010) - MPs
... Since First Entered Parliament Abbott, DianeDiane Abbott Hackney North and Stoke Newington 1987 ... Ainger, NickNick Ainger Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire 1992 ... Ainsworth, BobBob ...
Glasgow Airport Link - Rail - Railway Stations
... Queen Street Station, located on the northern periphery of the city centre connects Glasgow to the North of Scotland, and Edinburgh ... Glasgow Central station, located on Argyle Street is the northern terminus of the West Coast Main Line, and connects Glasgow with the South, and is the rail gateway to England ... at the northern end of Buchanan Street, approximately just north of where the Royal Concert Hall currently stands near to Queen Street Station ...
List Of United Kingdom Parliament Constituencies 2005–2010 - Scotland - Glasgow City
... Glasgow Central Glasgow East Glasgow North Glasgow North East Glasgow North West Glasgow South Glasgow South West ...

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