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879,996 25 210.91 4,172.4 Newcastle Gateshead, North Shields, South Shields, Whitley Bay, Jarrow Newcastle-Sunderland North East England 7 Liverpool ... Urban Area 551,066 7 139.78 3,942.4 Bristol Kingswood, Filton, Bradley Stoke Bristol South West England 12 Brighton/Worthing/Littlehampton 461,181 10 94.09 4,901 ...
... Norwegian owners moved the club from South London to Milton Keynes, a town more than 60 miles (100 km) away and one of the few large towns (due to its ... was bought out of administration and subsequently relaunched with a new name, Milton Keynes Dons F.C ... Twelve years before the move to Milton Keynes, they had already left their London borough of Merton home for Selhurst Park in (the London borough of) Croydon ...
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1994, it consisted of the parliamentary constituencies of Luton South, Mid Bedfordshire, Milton Keynes South West, North Bedfordshire, North East Milton Keynes, Luton North and South West Bedfordshire ... Cambridge and Bedfordshire North constituency, while Luton North, Luton South, Milton Keynes South West, North East Milton Keynes and South West Bedfordshire had been part of the Bedfordshire South constituency ...
... / 52.021°N 0.687°W / 52.021 -0.687 Milton Keynes South Borough constituency for the House of Commons Boundary of Milton Keynes South in Buckinghamshire. 2010 (2010) Member of Parliament Iain Stewart (Conservative) Created from Milton Keynes South West Overlaps European Parliament constituency South East England Milton Keynes South is a ...
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