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PostPosted: Wed Dec 28, 2011 14:48 
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The Times - Conrad Quilty-Harper, and Dan Palmer wrote:
MPs' constituencies: boundary changes mapped
By Conrad Quilty-Harper, and Dan Palmer - 1:16PM BST 13 Sep 2011

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The Boundaries Commission's proposed changes to Westminster constituencies have been mapped against current boundaries.

The map above compares the proposed changes - compiled by the Guardian datastore using ward level geographic data - with the current Westminster constituency boundaries.

Under the changes, the number of seats country-wide will be reduced from 650 to 600. The average size of constituencies will be fixed at around 76,000 votes.

Many MPs could be forced to compete with colleagues in order to secure constituencies.
This will of course change how the whole Country make local laws and the application thereof.

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This will of course change how the whole Country make local laws and the application thereof.[/quote]

Surely "local laws" - byelaws - are made by the County Council or Unitary Authority not by Westminster?

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