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List of Parliamentary constituencies on Merseyside


List of Parliamentary constituencies on Merseyside

The ceremonial county of Merseyside is divided into 15 Parliamentary constituencies - 12 Borough constituencies and 3 County constituencies.


  • Constituencies 1
  • Results 2
  • Constituencies 1997-2010 3
  • Notes 4
  • References 5


      † Conservative       ‡ Labour       ¤ Liberal Democrat

Constituency[nb 1] Electorate Majority[nb 2] Member of Parliament Nearest opposition Map
Birkenhead BC 62,410 20,652   Frank Field   Clark Vasey
Bootle BC 70,145 28,704   Peter Dowd   Paul Nutall
Garston and Halewood BC 73,719 27,146   Maria Eagle   Martin Williams
Knowsley BC 79,108 34,655   George Howarth   Louise Bours
Liverpool, Riverside BC 70,829 24,463   Louise Ellman   Martin Dobson
Liverpool, Walton BC 61,908 27,777   Steve Rotherham   Steven Flatman
Liverpool, Wavertree BC 61,549 24,303   Luciana Berger   James Pearson
Liverpool, West Derby BC 63,651 27,367   Stephen Twigg   Neil Miney
Sefton Central CC 67,744 11,846   Bill Esterson   Valerie Allen
Southport BC 67,326 1,322   John Pugh   Damien Moore
St Helens North BC 75,262 17,291   Conor McGinn   Paul Richardson
St Helens South and Whiston BC 77,720 21,243   Marie Rimmer   Gillian Keegan
Wallasey BC 65,495 16,348   Angela Eagle   Chris Clarkson
Wirral South CC 56,956 4,599   Alison McGovern   John Bell
Wirral West CC 55,377 417   Margaret Greenwood   Esther McVey


2005 2010 2015

Constituencies 1997-2010

  1. Birkenhead BC
  2. Bootle BC
  3. Crosby BC
  4. Knowsley North and Sefton East CC
  5. Knowsley South CC
  6. Liverpool, Garston BC
  7. Liverpool, Riverside BC
  8. Liverpool, Walton BC
  9. Liverpool, Wavertree BC
  10. Liverpool, West Derby BC
  11. St Helens North BC
  12. St Helens South BC
  13. Southport BC
  14. Wallasey BC
  15. Wirral South CC
  16. Wirral West CC


  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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