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List of Parliamentary constituencies in Nottinghamshire

The ceremonial county of Nottinghamshire, (which includes the unitary authority of Nottingham), is divided into 11 Parliamentary constituencies - 3 Borough constituencies and 8 County constituencies.


      † Conservative       ‡ Labour       ¤ Liberal Democrat

Constituency[nb 1] Electorate Majority[nb 2] Member of Parliament Nearest opposition Map
Ashfield CC 74,674 192   Gloria De Piero   Jason Zadrozny
Bassetlaw CC 75,036 8,215   John Mann   Keith Girling
Broxtowe CC 73,073 389   Anna Soubry   Nick Palmer
Gedling CC 70,575 1,859   Vernon Coaker   Bruce Laughton
Mansfield CC 77,524 6,012   Alan Meale   Tracy Critchlow
Newark CC 69,803 16,152   Patrick Mercer   Ian Campbell
Nottingham East BC 64,173 6,969   Christopher Leslie   Sam Boote
Nottingham North BC 68,139 8,138   Graham Allen   Martin Curtis
Nottingham South BC 72,400 1,772   Lillian Greenwood   Rowena Holland
Rushcliffe CC 70,484 15,811   Kenneth Clarke   Karrar Khan
Sherwood CC 70,042 214   Mark Spencer   Emilie Oldknow

Boundary changes

Name Old boundaries 2010 General Election
  1. Ashfield CC
  2. Bassetlaw CC
  3. Broxtowe CC
  4. Gedling CC
  5. Mansfield CC
  6. Newark CC
  7. Nottingham East BC
  8. Nottingham North BC
  9. Nottingham South BC
  10. Rushcliffe CC
  11. Sherwood CC
Parliamentary constituencies in Nottinghamshire
Proposed Revision


2005 2010


  1. ^ BC denotes borough constituency, CC denotes county constituency.
  2. ^ The majority is the number of votes the winning candidate receives more than their nearest rival.


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