St Pancras South East (UK Parliament constituency)
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St. Pancras South East was a borough constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It elected one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election. It was created in 1918 by the division of St Pancras South into South East and South West divisions, and abolished in 1950.
|St Pancras South East|
|Former Borough constituency|
for the House of Commons
|Replaced by||Holborn and St Pancras South and St Pancras North|
|Created from||St Pancras South and St Pancras East|
Politics and history of the constituencyEdit
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1918-1950: The Metropolitan Borough of St Pancras wards of six and eight, and the part of ward number three lying to the south and east of a line running along the middle of Camden Road from a point where that road is intersected by the eastern boundary of the metropolitan borough to the point where that road crosses the Regent's Canal and thence westward along the middle of that canal to the western boundary of Ward number three.
Members of ParliamentEdit
|1931||Sir Alfred Beit||Conservative|
Elections in the 1910sEdit
* Some records describe Adams as an Independent, with some statinng Adams, Hopkins and Reiss all supported the Coalition Government. One states that Coalition Government endorsement was initially issued to Reiss but subsequently withdrawn.
However, Craig records that Adams initially received the coupon with Liberal endorsement, and this was later withdrawn, with Craig claiming to be free of any party allegiance and previously having been outspokenly against the coalition.
Elections in the 1920sEdit
|Liberal||Leonard Benjamin Franklin||4,053||22.0|
|Labour gain from Unionist||Swing||+10.3|
|Labour gain from Unionist||Swing||+9.3|
Elections in the 1930sEdit
|Conservative gain from Labour||Swing|
|Liberal||Laurence George Bowman||1,181||5.0|
Elections in the 1940sEdit
|Labour gain from Conservative||Swing|