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CONSTITUENCY OVERVIEW

CONTROLLING PARTYConservative
ELECTORATE78,675 voters
AREA68 sq. miles


Beaconsfield is a UK parliament constituency that is represented in the House of Commons by Dominic Grieve of the Conservative party.

The Beaconsfield constituency has a total population of 100,072, of which 78,675 are eligible (18+) to vote (78.6%).

Beaconsfield ranks 250th in a list of the largest constituencies in the UK (geographical size), and 234th in a list of the largest constituencies by population size.

CONSTITUENCY MP

Dominic Grieve

Dominic Grieve

Dominic Charles Roberts Grieve, QC (born 24 May 1956) is a British Conservative politician, barrister, Queen's Counsel and a Member of the Privy Council. He has been the Member of Parliament (MP) for Beaconsfield since 1997, and served as Attorney General for England and Wales and Advocate General for Northern Ireland from May 2010 to July 2014, attending Cabinet. He left the office of Attorney General as part of the 14 July 2014 Cabinet reshuffle, and was replaced by Jeremy Wright.

Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominic_Grieve

MP DETAILS
AddressDominic Grieve MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
Phone Number020 7219 4272
Political PartyConservative
Email Addressdominic.grieve@beaconsfieldconservatives.co.uk
ConstituencyBeaconsfield
GenderMale
Date of Birth24/05/1956
WebsiteWebsite
Party PageWebsite
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2015 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

SHARE OF VOTES
63.2%
11.4%
7.4%
4.2 %
13.8%
Conservative
Labour
Liberal Democrat
Green Party
UKIP
ELECTION TURNOUT

Election turnout for the Beaconsfield constituency in 2015 was 69.60%, higher than the average UK turnout at 66.1%.

2015 CANDIDATES

Candidate Party Gender Date of Birth LinkedIn Website
Dave HamptonGreenMale--http://www.davehampton.net/
Dominic GrieveConservativeMale24 May 1956 (61)-http://www.dominicgrieve.org.uk/
Peter ChapmanLiberal DemocratMale08 February 1945 (72)--
Tim ScottUK Independence PartyMale---
Tony ClementsLabourMale---

2010 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

SHARE OF VOTES
61.06%
11.69%
19.57%
%
%
1.46%
%
4.95%
Conservative
Labour
Liberal Democrat
Scottish National
Plaid Cymru
Green Party
BNP
UKIP
2005 GENERAL ELECTION WINNERS
Conservative
VOTE COUNTS
PartyVotesShare
 Conservative32,05361.1%
 Green7681.5%
 Ind11910.4%
 Labour6,13511.7%
 Liberal-Democrat10,27119.6%
 MPEA4750.9%
 UK-Independence-Party2,5974.9%
TOTALS
Electorate74,982
Votes52,490
Turnout70%
2010 CANDIDATES
ConservativeGrieve, Dominic
LabourMiles, Jeremy
Liberal DemocratEdwards, John
GreenBailey, Jem
UKIPGray-Fisk, Delphine
ELECTION TURNOUT

Election turnout for the Beaconsfield constituency in 2010 was 70%, higher than the average UK turnout at 65.1%.

QUIZ RESULTS

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