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The Old Bexley and Sidcup constituency has a total population of 87,123, of which 68,792 are eligible (18+) to vote (79%).
Old Bexley and Sidcup ranks 546th in a list of the largest constituencies in the UK (geographical size), and 486th in a list of the largest constituencies by population size.
James Peter Brokenshire (born 7 January 1968) is an English Conservative politician. He has served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Old Bexley and Sidcup since 2010, and Minister for Security and Immigration at the Home Office that grants him a seat on the National Security Council.
Born in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, Brokenshire studied A-levels at Cambridge Centre for Sixth-form Studies (CCSS) and later law at the University of Exeter before beginning work with a large international law firm. Deciding on a career in politics, he stood successfully as the Conservative candidate for the parliamentary constituency of Hornchurch in the 2005 general election. When his constituency was abolished in the boundary changes, he sought out another constituency to represent, failing to be selected in six constituencies until being selected for Old Bexley and Sidcup. He was elected MP for the area in 2010, on a campaign devoted to preventing the closure of accident and emergency services at Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup, a policy on which he was unsuccessful.
In the cabinet of Prime Minister David Cameron, he was appointed Parliamentary Under Secretary for Crime Reduction, although in May 2011 was transferred to the position of Parliamentary Under Secretary for Crime and Security. In these two positions he oversaw the closure and privatisation of the Forensic Science Service and championed the Modern Slavery Bill. In February 2014, he was appointed Minister for Security and Immigration.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Brokenshire
|Address||James Brokenshire MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA|
|Phone Number||020 7219 4272|
|Constituency||Old Bexley and Sidcup|
|Date of Birth||07/01/1968|
|Wikipedia Page||Visit Wiki|
Election turnout for the Old Bexley And Sidcup constituency in 2015 was 70.80%, higher than the average UK turnout at 66.1%.
|Candidate||Party||Gender||Date of Birth||Website|
|Bob Gill||National Health Action Party||Male||-||-||-|
|Catherine Reilly||UK Independence Party||Female||-||-||-|
|Derek Moran||Green||Male||26 October 1966 (51)||-||http://bexley.greenparty.org.uk/|
|James Brokenshire||Conservative||Male||07 January 1968 (49)||-||-|
|Jennifer Keen||Liberal Democrat||Female||-||-||-|
|Laurence Williams||Christian Party "Proclaiming Christ's Lordship"||Male||07 June 1963 (54)||https://www.linkedin.com/hp/?dnr=zbkaoJy-iBtYlZpyB8KzrQy6it2eDaeZCBa||http://www.ukchristianparty.org/greater-london.html|
|Nicola Finch||British National Party||Female||-||-||-|
|Liberal Democrat||Borrowman, Duncan|
Election turnout for the Old Bexley And Sidcup constituency in 2010 was 69.3%, higher than the average UK turnout at 65.1%.
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