Milton Keynes North (UK Parliament Constituency)
Coordinates: 52°03′43″N 0°43′01″W / 52.062°N 0.717°W / 52.062; -0.717
|Milton Keynes North|
|for the House of Commons|
Boundary of Milton Keynes North in Buckinghamshire.
Location of Buckinghamshire within England.
|Electorate||81,226 (March 2011)|
|Member of Parliament||Mark Lancaster (Conservative)|
|Created from||North East Milton Keynes|
|European Parliament constituency||South East England|
Milton Keynes North is a borough constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, formally styled The Honourable the Commons of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland in Parliament assembled. It elects one Member of Parliament by the first past the post system of election.
It has existed from the 2010 general election onwards, succeeding North East Milton Keynes, which was abolished following the review of parliamentary representation in Buckinghamshire by the Boundary Commission for England.
The serving Member is the Conservative, Mark Lancaster . He defeated Labour's Andrew Pakes in the 2010 general election, having won the North East Milton Keynes seat off Labour's Brian White in the 2005 general election.
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... General Election 2010 Milton Keynes North Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Mark Lancaster 23,419 43.5 +7.3 Labour Co-op Andrew Pakes 14,458 26.8 −11.1 Liberal Democrat Jill Hope 11,894 22.1 +1.4 UKIP Michael Phillips 1,771 3.3 +0.5 BNP Richard Hamilton 1,154 2.1 N/A Green Alan Francis 733 1.4 −0.8 Christian Peoples John Lennon 206 0.4 N/A Monster Raving Loony Matt "Bananamatt" Fensome 157 0.3 N/A Independent Anant Vyas 95 0.2 N/A Majority 8,961 16.6 +18.3 Turnout 54,292 65.8 +2.0 Conservative gain from Labour Swing +9.2. ...
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