Uk Parliament Constituency

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List Of Irish Constituencies - List of Constituencies - F
... Fermanagh (Parliament of Ireland constituency) (IHC) County Fermanagh and Tyrone (constituency) Fermanagh and Tyrone (Northern Ireland Parliament ...
List Of Labour Party Members Of Parliament In The South West
... The Labour Party Members of Parliament make up the smallest group of MPs in South West England ... Roger Berry, Kingswood (UK Parliament constituency) - MPs website Ben Bradshaw, Exeter (UK Parliament constituency) - MPs website Parmjit Dhanda ...
Sir William Miles, 1st Baronet - Family
... Miles (1826–1909) who married Robert Charles Tudway, MP for Wells (UK Parliament constituency) and had issue ... Ellin Miles (1841–1864) who married Robert Gurdon, 1st Baron Cranworth, MP for South Norfolk (UK Parliament constituency) and Mid Norfolk (UK Parliament constituency), JP, she died after ...
Newcastle (disambiguation) - Places - United Kingdom - England
... in Staffordshire Newcastle-under-Lyme (UK Parliament constituency), a constituency represented in the House of Commons Newcastle-under-Lyme Rural District, a rural district in the county ...
Stoke-on-Trent (disambiguation) - Parliamentary Constituencies
... Stoke-upon-Trent (UK Parliament constituency), a UK parliamentary constituency that existed between 1832–1918 Stoke-on-Trent, Stoke (UK Parliament constituency), a UK parliamentary ...

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