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Jonathan Djanogly comments on Boundary Commission proposals for Parliamentary constituencies

13th September 2011

Jonathan Djanogly, the Member of Parliament for the Huntingdon constituency has today commented on the initial proposals from the Boundary Commission which will see parliamentary constituencies equalised in size and reduced in number from 650 to 600.

The initial proposals have split the current Huntingdon constituency in two with St Neots making part of a new St Neots Constituency and Huntingdon, Godmanchester and St Ives being rejoined with parts of North Huntingdonshire and Fenland.

Mr Djanogly said:

“I am shocked, upset and disappointed that the under the proposals the Huntingdon constituency has been split in two. I have always gone out of my way to ensure that all the towns in the current patch are represented equally and I am now facing quite a quandary personally.

“I will be working with the Huntingdon Constituency Conservative Association to take a firm view on the proposals in the coming days but will, of course continue to work hard for all my constituents as I have always done.”


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