1945 - 1950: England

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England (Southern)

1945 - 1950: England (Southern)

There was a special review of 20 abnormally large constituencies in England implemented in 1945, which resulted in the creation of an additional net 25 seats (38 new and 13 abolished).

England (Midlands)

1945 - 1950: England (Midlands)

England (Northern)

1945 - 1950: England (Northern)