East Midlands: New Constituency Boundaries 2018

Each new seat can be described as a combination of parts of old seats. These tables show this decomposition. The winner of the old seat at the 2015 election is shown by party colour, as is the implied winner of the new seat.

The implied results are calculated using the local election results for the wards which make up each old seat. This should give the most accurate projection, since it reflects varying political behaviour across the seat.

East Midlands Change Table

  Old SeatsNew SeatsChangeDisappearSwitch OutSwitch InFresh
Con2422-2-1-210
Lab1413-1-2-120
Lib0000000
Ukip0000000
Green0000000
Nat0000000
Min0000000
Total3835-3-3-330

The table shows how the various changes affect each party in this region. The total old and new seats are shown for each party, as well as their difference ('Change'). The change in seats is also explained through the four explanations:

The old seats which are disappearing are: Derbyshire North East; Gedling; Kenilworth and Southam.

The old seats which are lost to another party are: Amber Valley; Derby North; Derby South.

The new seats which are gained from another party are: Alfreton and Clay Cross; Derby North; Derby South.

Derbyshire

New seatPrimary componentSecondary component(s)
Alfreton and Clay Cross 47.7% of Amber Valley 41.0% of Bolsover
25.1% of Derbyshire North East
Amber Valley 61.0% of Derbyshire Mid 52.3% of Amber Valley
Bolsover and Dronfield 59.0% of Bolsover 49.7% of Derbyshire North East
Chesterfield 100% of Chesterfield 6.2% of Derbyshire North East
Derby North 68.9% of Derby North 40.6% of Derby South
Derby South 59.4% of Derby South 30.4% of Derbyshire Mid
14.4% of Derby North
7.4% of Derbyshire South
Derbyshire Dales 100% of Derbyshire Dales 19.0% of Derbyshire North East
Derbyshire South 92.6% of Derbyshire South 16.7% of Derby North
Erewash 100% of Erewash 8.6% of Derbyshire Mid
High Peak Unchanged

Leicestershire

New seatPrimary componentSecondary component(s)
Bosworth 87.1% of Bosworth 13.3% of Leicestershire North West
Charnwood 71.8% of Charnwood 12.9% of Bosworth
10.9% of Loughborough
Harborough 90.6% of Harborough 7.0% of Rutland and Melton
Leicester East Unchanged
Leicester South Unchanged
Leicester West 100% of Leicester West 15.7% of Leicestershire South
Leicestershire North West 86.7% of Leicestershire North West 14.2% of Loughborough
Leicestershire South 72.6% of Leicestershire South 21.8% of Charnwood
Loughborough and Rushcliffe South 74.9% of Loughborough 24.6% of Rushcliffe
Rutland and Melton 93.0% of Rutland and Melton 6.4% of Charnwood

Nottinghamshire

New seatPrimary componentSecondary component(s)
Ashfield 99.9% of Ashfield
Bassetlaw Unchanged
Bridgford West 74.9% of Rushcliffe 30.1% of Nottingham South
2.3% of Newark
Broxtowe and Hucknall 54.7% of Broxtowe 34.7% of Sherwood
18.0% of Nottingham North
0.1% of Ashfield
Mansfield Unchanged
Newark 91.5% of Newark 13.3% of Sherwood
0.5% of Rushcliffe
Nottingham East and Carlton 63.7% of Nottingham East 50.2% of Gedling
Nottingham North 82.0% of Nottingham North 36.3% of Nottingham East
Nottingham South and Beeston 69.9% of Nottingham South 45.3% of Broxtowe
Sherwood 52.0% of Sherwood 49.8% of Gedling
6.2% of Newark

Warwickshire

New seatPrimary componentSecondary component(s)
Kenilworth and Leamington 66.1% of Warwick and Leamington 48.1% of Kenilworth and Southam
Nuneaton 89.5% of Nuneaton 25.5% of Rugby
Rugby and Southam 74.5% of Rugby 41.3% of Kenilworth and Southam
0.3% of Stratford-on-Avon
Warwick and Stratford-on-Avon 70.9% of Stratford-on-Avon 33.9% of Warwick and Leamington
8.4% of Kenilworth and Southam
Warwickshire North 100% of Warwickshire North 10.5% of Nuneaton