List of Parliamentary constituencies in the West Midlands (county)
The ceremonial county of West Midlands, England is divided into 28 parliamentary constituencies, each of which elect one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons. These constituencies were first implemented at the 2010 general election. All are borough constituencies except for Meriden, which is a county constituency.
- 1 Constituencies
- 2 Boundary changes
- 3 Proposed changes for 2022
- 3.1 Covering wards of Birmingham city council
- 3.2 Covering wards of Walsall Metropolitan borough council
- 3.3 Covering wards of Coventry council
- 3.4 Covering wards of Dudley council
- 3.5 Covering wards of Sandwell council
- 3.6 Covering wards of Solihull council
- 3.7 Covering wards of Wolverhampton council
- 4 Results
- 5 Party breakdown
- 6 Historical representation by party
- 7 See also
- 8 References
Proposed changes for 2022Edit
As part of the Sixth Periodic Review of Westminster constituencies the Boundary Commission for England proposed changes for the West Midlands county in 2017. Their proposals can be summarised as below:
Covering wards of Birmingham city councilEdit
- Birmingham Edgbaston and Selly Oak
- Birmingham Erdington and Perry Barr
- Birmingham Hall Green
- Birmingham Hodge Hill
- Birmingham Kings Heath
- Birmingham Ladywood
- Birmingham Northfield
- Birmingham Yardley
- Sutton Coldfield
- Walsall and Oscott
- West Bromwich
Covering wards of Walsall Metropolitan borough councilEdit
- Aldridge, Brownhills and Bloxwich
- Darlaston and Tipton
- Walsall and Oscott
- Wolverhampton East and Willenhall
Covering wards of Coventry councilEdit
Covering wards of Dudley councilEdit
Covering wards of Sandwell councilEdit
Covering wards of Solihull councilEdit
Covering wards of Wolverhampton councilEdit
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.
- "The Parliamentary Constituencies (England) Order 2007, page 4". Office of Public Sector Information. Crown copyright. 13 June 2007. Retrieved 7 November 2009.
- Boundary Commission for England pp. 1004–1007
- "Boundary Commission for England Final Recommendations Volume 2" (PDF). Boundary Commission for England. Retrieved 15 September 2018.
- BC denotes borough constituency, CC denotes county constituency.
- The majority is the number of votes the winning candidate receives more than their nearest rival.