List of Parliamentary constituencies in North Yorkshire
The county of North Yorkshire, together with the unitary authority of York, is divided into 8 Parliamentary constituencies - 2 Borough constituencies and 6 County constituencies. These divisions were drawn up when the district of York occupied a smaller area than the current unitary authority, and was allocated one seat.
|Constituency[nb 1]||Electorate||Majority[nb 2]||Member of Parliament||Nearest opposition||Map|
|Harrogate and Knaresborough CC||73,962||1,039||Andrew Jones||Claire Kelley|
|Richmond (Yorks) CC||74,434||23,336||William Hague||Lawrence Meredith|
|Scarborough and Whitby CC||76,572||8,130||Robert Goodwill||Annajoy David|
|Selby and Ainsty CC||67,709||12,265||Nigel Adams||Jan Marshall|
|Skipton and Ripon CC||75,532||9,950||Julian Smith||Helen Flynn|
|Thirsk and Malton CC||73,534||11,281||Anne McIntosh||Howard Keal|
|York Central BC||71,160||6,451||Hugh Bayley||Susan Wade-Weeks|
|York Outer CC||71,613||3,688||Julian Sturdy||Madeline Kirk|
|Former name||Former boundaries|
The Boundary Commission for England recommended that the area continue to be divided into 8 constituencies, but extensively redrawn in the south-eastern part to accommodate exactly two seats in what is now York. These changes were implemented at the United Kingdom general election, 2010.
|Current name||Current boundaries|
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- BC denotes borough constituency, CC denotes county constituency.
- The majority is the number of votes the winning candidate receives more than their nearest rival.