Glasgow Central (UK Parliament Constituency)

Glasgow Central (UK Parliament Constituency)

Glasgow Central is a constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom (at Westminster). In its current form, the constituency was first used in the general election of 2005, but there was also a Glasgow Central constituency from 1885 to 1997.

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Glasgow Central (UK Parliament Constituency) - Election Results - Elections in The 1880s
... General Election 1886 Glasgow Central Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative John George Alexander Baird 5,780 Liberal Gilbert Beith 4,423 General Election 1885 Glasgow Central Party Candidate Votes % ±% Liberal Gilbert Beith 5,846 Conservative John George Alexander Baird 4,779. ...

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