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Have your say on changes to Parliamentary constituencies

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Parliamentary constituencies are set to change. The independent Boundary Commission for England (BCE) is redrawing the map of Parliamentary constituency boundaries.

The changes will make the number of electors in each constituency more equal, to ensure individual votes are of broadly equal weight. In doing so, the number of constituencies will increase from 533 to 543.

The BCE needs your help to shape their final recommendations, ensuring they take into consideration local knowledge and views.

An eight-week consultation started on Tuesday, 8 June and will run until Monday, 2 August 2021, allowing you to share your knowledge about your local area.

The Commission considers every piece of feedback that it receives, whether that is about where the constituency boundaries should be or the name of the constituency.

It is easy to get involved. To view interactive maps showing the proposed changes, and to submit your feedback, go to the Boundary Commission for England's website.