Exeter (UK Parliament constituency)

Exeter (UK Parliament Constituency)

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Exeter is a borough constituency represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. It elects one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election.

It has been represented since 1997 by Ben Bradshaw of the Labour Party, the Shadow Culture Secretary.

Boundaries

The constituency covers most of the city of Exeter in Devon. Following a review of parliamentary representation in Devon by the Boundary Commission for England, which has increased the number of seats in the county from 11 to 12, two wards of the City of Exeter (St Loyes and Topsham) have been transferred to the neighbouring East Devon constituency.

Exeter is formed from electoral wards entirely within the boundaries of the city of Exeter:Alphington, Cowick, Duryard, Exwick, Heavitree, Mincinglake, Newtown, Pennsylvania, Pinhoe, Polsloe, Priory, St Davids, St James, St Leonards, St Thomas, Whipton Barton

Members of Parliament

MPs 1295–1660





MPs 1660–1885

Two members



MPs since 1885



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