Milton Keynes North East (UK Parliament Constituency)

Milton Keynes North East (UK Parliament Constituency)

Coordinates: 52°03′22″N 0°38′53″W / 52.056°N 0.648°W / 52.056; -0.648

North East Milton Keynes
Former County constituency
for the House of Commons

Boundary of North East Milton Keynes in Buckinghamshire for the 2005 general election.

Location of Buckinghamshire within England.
County Buckinghamshire
1992 (1992)–2010 (2010)
Number of members One
Replaced by Milton Keynes North, Milton Keynes South

North East Milton Keynes was a county constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom from 1992 to 2010. It elected one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election.

Read more about Milton Keynes North East (UK Parliament Constituency):  Boundaries, History, Members of Parliament

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... General Election 1997 NorthEast MiltonKeynes Party Candidate Votes Labour Brian White 20,201 39.43 15.7 Conservative Peter Butler 19,961 38.96 12.6 Liberal Democrat Graham ... Majority 14,176 27.9 Turnout 50,798 81.0 Conservative win new seat) ...

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