UK AV/STV constituencies w/Ireland Sept 17, 2018 22:00:36 GMT
Post by tiberius on Sept 17, 2018 22:00:36 GMT
Northampton: this is a somewhat Tory-leaning three-seater. 2 CON, 1 LAB.
West Northamptonshire: rural territory north of Northampton. 1 CON, 1 LAB.
Kettering and Corby: this seat has a very tiny Conservative lean, but it doesn't really matter - it still has a tie in seat count. 1 CON, 1 LAB.
Rutland and East Leicestershire: this contains most of the land area of Leicestershire. 2 CON, 1 LAB.
Leicester: Labour has the advantage here. 2 LAB, 1 CON.
Loughborough: Tory-leaning areas of varying Toryness north and west of Leicester city. 2 CON, 1 LAB.
South Derbyshire: areas in southern Derbyshire. 1 CON, 1 LAB.
Derby South: most of Derby. 1 LAB, 1 CON.
Derby North and Amber Valley: this seat is more Tory-friendly than Derby South. 1 CON, 1 LAB.
Erewash: this one-seater is Conservative-leaning. 1 CON.
Peak District: this seat is named for the National Park that lies mostly within it. 2 CON, 1 LAB.
Chesterfield: firmly Labour-leaning areas, including the home turf of the 'Beast of Bolsover'. 1 LAB, 1 CON.
Nottingham: a Labour-leaning urban constituency. 2 LAB, 1 CON.
Ashfield: this area was close in 2017, but Labour still likely ekes out a win. 2 LAB, 1 CON.
Rushcliffe: this is a one-seater. 1 CON.
Mansfield: easy one. 1 CON, 1 LAB.
Bassetlaw: another one-seater, and one with a modest but real Labour majority. 1 LAB.
South Lincolnshire: exactly what it says on the tin. This area's Conservative vote is so strong that Labour gets shut out. 2 CON.
Lincoln: another easy one. 1 CON, 1 LAB.
North Lincolnshire: northern Lincolnshire. a very solid 2 CON, 1 LAB.
Total: 25 CON, 20 LAB.
20 seats electing 45 members