The suburb is within the Borough of Havant and includes the Battins, Bondfields, Barncroft and Warren Park wards.
Leigh Park is served by the Havant MP David Willetts, a Conservative.
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“Finance is a gun. Politics is knowing when to pull the trigger.”
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