Wirral South (UK Parliament Constituency)

Wirral South (UK Parliament Constituency)

Coordinates: 53°20′03″N 3°02′00″W / 53.3342°N 3.0334°W / 53.3342; -3.0334

Wirral South
County constituency
for the House of Commons

Boundary of Wirral South in Merseyside.

Location of Merseyside within England.
County Merseyside
Electorate 56,238 (December 2010)
Major settlements Heswall, Bebington
Current constituency
Created 1983 (1983)
Member of Parliament Alison McGovern (Labour)
Number of members One
Created from Wirral
Bebington & Ellesmere Port
European Parliament constituency North West England

Wirral South is a county constituency in Merseyside, represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It elects one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first-past-the-post system of election, and was first contested in 1983.

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Wirral South (UK Parliament Constituency) - Elections - Elections in The 1980s
... General Election 1987 Wirral South Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Barry Porter 24,821 50.2 −3.5 Labour J.S ... Swarbrooke 13,858 28.0 +5.4 Liberal Phil Gilchrist 10,779 21.8 −1.9 Majority 10,963 22.2 Turnout 62,251 79.4 Conservative hold Swing General Election 1983 Wirral South Party Candidate Votes % ±% Conservative Barry Porter 24,766 53.7 N/A Social Democrat P.J.M ...

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