Cities of London and Westminster (UK Parliament constituency)
UK Parliament constituency in England, created 1950 / From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Cities of London and Westminster (also known as City of London and Westminster South from 1974 to 1997) is a constituency returning a single Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commons in the United Kingdom Parliament. It is a borough constituency for the purposes of election expenses and type of returning officer. As with all constituencies, the election is decided using the first past the post system of election. Since its creation at the 1950 general election, the constituency has always elected the candidate nominated by the Conservative Party.
|Cities of London and Westminster|
for the House of Commons
|Population||110,000 (2011 census)|
|Electorate||65,140 (December 2010)|
|Borough||City of London and City of Westminster|
|Major settlements||City of London, Westminster|
|Member of Parliament||Nickie Aiken (Conservative Party (UK))|
|Created from||City of London (1298–1950), Westminster Abbey, Westminster St George's|