scarborough and whitby Constituency Details

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CONSTITUENCY OVERVIEW

CONTROLLING PARTYConservative
ELECTORATE79,373 voters
AREA288 sq. miles


Scarborough and Whitby is a UK parliament constituency that is represented in the House of Commons by Robert Goodwill of the Conservative party.

The Scarborough and Whitby constituency has a total population of 97,264, of which 79,373 are eligible (18+) to vote (81.6%).

Scarborough and Whitby ranks 77th in a list of the largest constituencies in the UK (geographical size), and 301th in a list of the largest constituencies by population size.

CONSTITUENCY MP

Robert Goodwill

Robert Goodwill

Bootham School

Robert Goodwill (born 31 December 1956) is a British farmer and Conservative Party politician. He is the Member of Parliament (MP) for Scarborough and Whitby and a former Member of the European Parliament (MEP) for Yorkshire and the Humber. Since October 2013, he has been the Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Transport, serving under Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin.

Goodwill is a member of the Cornerstone Group of Conservative MPs and also a Eurosceptic.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Goodwill
MP DETAILS
AddressRobert Goodwill MP, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA
Phone Number020 7219 4272
Political PartyConservative
Email Addressgoodwill4scarboroughandwhitby@gmail.com
ConstituencyScarborough and Whitby
GenderMale
Date of Birth31/12/1956
WebsiteWebsite
Party PageWebsite
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2015 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

SHARE OF VOTES
43.2%
30.2%
4.5%
4.6 %
17.1%
Conservative
Labour
Liberal Democrat
Green Party
UKIP
ELECTION TURNOUT

Election turnout for the Scarborough And Whitby constituency in 2015 was 64.90%, lower than the average UK turnout at 66.1%.

2015 CANDIDATES

Candidate Party Gender Date of Birth LinkedIn Website
David MaloneGreenMale--http://www.golemxiv.co.uk/
Ian McInnesLabourMale--http://www.ianmcinnes.org.uk/
Juliet BoddingtonAlliance For Green SocialismFemale---
Michael BeckettLiberal DemocratMale-https://linkedin.com/in/michaelbeckettesqhttp://scarboroughandwhitbylibdems.org.uk/en/
Robert GoodwillConservativeMale31 December 1956 (61)-http://www.robertgoodwill.co.uk/
Sam CrossUK Independence PartyMale--http://www.ukips-w.org.uk/

2010 GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

SHARE OF VOTES
42.83%
26.33%
22.51%
%
%
1.49%
2.93%
3.01%
Conservative
Labour
Liberal Democrat
Scottish National
Plaid Cymru
Green Party
BNP
UKIP
2005 GENERAL ELECTION WINNERS
Conservative
VOTE COUNTS
PartyVotesShare
TOTALS
Turnout65.3%
2010 CANDIDATES
ConservativeGoodwill, Robert
LabourDavid, Annajoy
Liberal DemocratExley-Moore, Tania
GreenCluer, Dilys
BNPScott, Trisha
UKIPJames, Michael
ELECTION TURNOUT

Election turnout for the Scarborough And Whitby constituency in 2010 was 65.3%, higher than the average UK turnout at 65.1%.

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