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List of Parliamentary constituencies in Hampshire


  † Conservative   ‡ Labour   ¤ Liberal Democrat

On 3 September 2019, Nokes and Brine lost the Conservative Party whip after rebelling against the Government. They now sit as Independent MPs.[1]

Constituency[nb 1] Electorate Majority[nb 2] Member of Parliament Nearest opposition Map
Aldershot BC 76,205 11,478   Leo Docherty   Gary Puffett‡
Basingstoke BC 81,875 9,463   Maria Miller   Terry Bridgeman‡
East Hampshire CC 74,151 25,852   Damian Hinds   Rohit Dasgupta
Eastleigh BC 81,212 14,179   Mims Davies   Mike Thornton¤
Fareham CC 78,837 21,555   Suella Fernandes   Matthew Randall‡
Gosport BC 74,152 17,211   Caroline Dinenage   Alan Durrant‡
Havant BC 72,470 15,956   Alan Mak   Graham Giles‡
Meon Valley CC 74,246 25,692   George Hollingbery   Sheena King‡
New Forest East CC 72,602 21,995   Julian Lewis   Julie Renyard‡
New Forest West CC 68,786 23,431   Desmond Swayne   Jo Graham‡
North East Hampshire CC 74,576 27,772   Ranil Jayawardena   Barry Jones‡
North West Hampshire CC 81,430 22,679   Kit Malthouse   Andy Fitchet‡
Portsmouth North BC 71,374 9,965   Penny Mordaunt   Rumal Khan‡
Portsmouth South BC* 69,785 1,554   Stephen Morgan‡   Flick Drummond
Romsey and Southampton North CC 67,186 18,006   Caroline Nokes   Catherine Royce¤
Southampton Itchen BC 71,722 31   Royston Smith   Simon Letts‡
Southampton, Test BC 70,199 11,508   Alan Whitehead   Paul Holmes†
Winchester CC 72,497 9,999   Steve Brine   Jackie Porter¤

Boundary changesEdit

Changes proposed for 2024Edit

As part of the Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies the Boundary Commission for England published in 2018 the following constituencies.[2]

  • Aldershot
  • Basingstoke
  • East Hampshire
  • Eastleigh
  • Fareham
  • Gosport
  • Havant
  • New Forest East
  • New Forest West
  • North East Hampshire
  • North West Hampshire
  • Portsmouth North
  • Portsmouth South
  • Southampton Itchen
  • Southampton Test
  • Test Valley
  • Winchester


Historical representation by partyEdit

A cell marked → (with a different colour background to the preceding cell) indicates that the previous MP continued to sit under a new party name.

1885 to 1918Edit

  Conservative   Independent Conservative   Liberal   Liberal Unionist   National Party

Constituency 1885 1886 87 88 1892 1895 96 97 00 1900 01 04 05 1906 06 Jan 1910 Dec 1910 12 16 17 18
Andover Beach E. Faber W. Faber
Basingstoke Sclater-Booth Jeffreys Salter Geddes
Christchurch Young Smith Balfour Allen Croft Croft
Fareham Fitzwygram Lee Davidson
New Forest F. Compton Douglas-Scott-Montagu H. Compton Hobart Perkins
Petersfield Palmer Wickham Nicholson
Portsmouth Crossman Baker Majendie Baker Falle
Vanderbyl Wilson Clough Bramsdon Lucas Bramsdon Beresford Meux
Southampton Giles Chamberlayne Evans Chamberlayne Philipps
Commerell Evans Simeon Ward
Winchester Tottenham Moss Myers G. V. Baring Carnegie
Isle of Wight Webster Seely G. Baring Hall

1918 to 1950Edit

  Coalition Liberal (1918-22) / National Liberal (1922-23)   Conservative   Labour   Liberal   National Government   National Liberal (1931-68)   National Party

Constituency 1918 20 21 1922 22 23 1923 1924 1929 31 1931 32 34 1935 39 40 40 41 43 1945 45
Aldershot Palmer Lyttelton
Basingstoke Geddes Holbrook Fletcher Holbrook Wallop Wolff Donner
Bournemouth Croft Lyle Bracken
Fareham Davidson Inskip White
New Forest & Christchurch Perkins Ashley Mills Crosthwaite-Eyre
Petersfield Nicholson Dorman-Smith Jeffreys
Portsmouth Central Bramsdon Privett Bramsdon Foster Hall Beaumont Snow
Portsmouth North Falle Keyes James Bruce
Portsmouth South Cayzer Wilson Cayzer Lucas
Southampton Philipps Perkins Morley Barrie Reith Thomas Morley
Ward Bathurst Lewis Craven-Ellis Lewis
Winchester Hennessy Ellis Palmer Jeger
Isle of Wight Hall Chatfeild-Clarke Seely Macdonald

1950 to 1983Edit

  Conservative   Labour   Liberal   Social Democratic   Speaker

Constituency 1950 1951 52 54 1955 1959 60 64 1964 65 1966 68 1970 71 Feb 1974 Oct 1974 77 1979 81
Aldershot Lyttelton Errington Critchley
Basingstoke Donner Freeth Mitchell
Bournemouth East & Christchurch / Bth East (1974) Bracken Nicolson Cordle Atkinson
Bournemouth West Gascoyne-Cecil Eden
Christchurch and Lymington N/A Adley
Eastleigh N/A Price
Gosport and Fareham / Fareham (1974) Bennett Lloyd
Gosport N/A Viggers
New Forest Crosthwaite-Eyre McNair-Wilson
Petersfield Jeffreys Legh Quennell Mates
Portsmouth Langstone / Havant & Waterloo (1974) Stevens Lloyd
Portsmouth South Lucas Pink
Portsmouth West / Portsmouth North (1974) Clarke Judd Griffiths
Southampton Itchen Morley King Mitchell
Southampton Test King Howard Fletcher-Cooke Mitchell Hill Gould Hill
Winchester Smithers Morgan-Giles Browne
Isle of Wight Macdonald Woodnutt Ross

1983 to presentEdit

  Conservative   Democratic Unionist   Independent   Independent Conservative   Labour   Liberal   Liberal Democrats   Social Democratic

Constituency 1983 84 1987 1992 94 1997 00 2001 02 04 2005 2010 13 2015 2017 19
Aldershot Critchley Howarth Docherty
Basingstoke Hunter Miller
East Hampshire Mates Hinds
Eastleigh Price Milligan Chidgey Huhne Thornton Davies
Fareham Lloyd Hoban Fernandes
Gosport Viggers Dinenage
Havant Lloyd Willetts Mak
Meon Valley Hollingbery
New Forest / New Forest East (1997) McNair-Wilson Lewis
New Forest West Swayne
North East Hampshire Arbuthnot Jayawardena
North West Hampshire Mitchell Young Malthouse
Portsmouth North Griffiths Rapson McCarthy-Fry Mordaunt
Portsmouth South Pink Hancock Martin Hancock Drummond Morgan
Romsey and Waterside / Romsey (1997) / Romsey & Southampton North (2010) Colvin Gidley Nokes
Southampton Itchen Chope Denham Smith
Southampton Test Hill Whitehead
Winchester Browne Malone Oaten Brine
Isle of Wight Ross Field Brand Turner Seely

See alsoEdit


  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.