Nottingham East (UK Parliament constituency)
for the House of Commons
|Member of Parliament||Nadia Whittome (Labour Party)|
|Number of members||One|
|Created from||Nottingham Central and Nottingham South|
|Number of members||One|
|Type of constituency||Borough constituency|
|Replaced by||Nottingham Central and Nottingham North|
Members of Parliament
On average earners' incomes are slightly lower than the national average and in 2010 unemployment stood at 7.4%, which was higher than the East Midlands average at the time of 3.6% however the picture is not uniform across all 2011 Census Output Areas, some of which have incomes at the national average or above and together with the affordability of property in the area, those on the national average way or above generally have the ability to save, purchase property or enjoy a high standard of living.
The constituency covers the north-eastern part of the City of Nottingham. It includes the suburbs of Mapperley, Carrington and Sherwood, and the inner city areas of Hyson Green, St Ann's, Bakersfield and Sneinton.
2010–present: The City of Nottingham wards of Arboretum, Berridge, Dales, Mapperley, St Ann's, and Sherwood.
1983–2010: The City of Nottingham wards of Basford, Forest, Greenwood, Manvers, Mapperley, Radford, St Ann's, Sherwood, and Trent.
1974–1983: The County Borough of Nottingham wards of Bridge, Lenton, Manvers, Market, St Ann's, and Trent.
1950–1955: The County Borough of Nottingham wards of Byron, Manvers, Mapperley, and St Ann's.
1918–1950: The County Borough of Nottingham wards of Byron, Manvers, Mapperley, and St Mary's.
1885–1918: The Borough of Nottingham wards of Byron, Manvers, Mapperley, Robin Hood, and St Ann's.
The present Nottingham East constituency was created in 1974, and first elected Jack Dunnett who had been Labour MP for the abolished Nottingham Central seat. Michael Knowles regained it for the Conservative Party in 1983, when some of the seat was transferred to the new Nottingham South constituency in boundary changes. Knowles held the seat with a reduced majority in 1987, but John Heppell gained it for Labour in 1992, and held the seat until he retired in 2010. Until 2019 it was held by Chris Leslie, initially for Labour Co-operative and later for Change UK. Leslie previously represented his hometown constituency of Shipley in West Yorkshire, from 1997 until losing his seat to Philip Davies in 2005. During his first term he joined the front benches serving as a junior minister as part of the Tony Blair Government and was briefly Shadow Chancellor after the 2015 general election. The incumbent MP, Nadia Whittome, is the current Baby of the House, aged 23 upon her election in 2019.
Elections in the 2010s
|Liberal Democrats||Robert Swift||1,954||4.9||2.3|
|The Independent Group for Change||Chris Leslie||1,447||3.6||New|
|Brexit Party||Damian Smith||1,343||3.4||New|
|Labour Co-op||Chris Leslie||28,102||71.5||16.9|
|Liberal Democrats||Barry Holliday||1,003||2.6||1.6|
|Elvis and the Yeti Himalayan Preservation Party||David Bishop||195||0.5||New|
|Labour Co-op hold||Swing||8.0|
|Labour Co-op||Chris Leslie||19,208||54.6||+9.2|
|Liberal Democrats||Tad Jones||1,475||4.2||-20.1|
|Labour Co-op hold||Swing||+ 6.1|
|Labour Co-op||Chris Leslie||15,022||45.4|
|Liberal Democrats||Sam Boote||8,053||24.3|
|Labour Co-op win (new boundaries)|
Elections in the 2000s
|Liberal Democrats||Issan Ghazni||6,848||22.8||+9.8|
|Socialist Unity||Pete Radcliff||373||1.2||New|
|Liberal Democrats||Tim Ball||3,874||13.0||+2.9|
|Socialist Alliance||Pete Radcliff||1,117||3.8||New|
Elections in the 1990s
|Liberal Democrats||Kevin Mulloy||4,008||10.1||+2.3|
|Liberal Democrats||Timothy Ball||3,695||7.8||-6.9|
|Natural Law||John Ashforth||283||0.6||New|
|Labour gain from Conservative||Swing||+8.6|
Elections in the 1980s
|Red Front||Kenan Malik||212||0.45||New|
|Ind. Conservative||David Merrick||1,421||3.3|
|Conservative win (new boundaries)|
Elections in the 1970s
|National Front||MA Cole||426||1.39||New|
|Socialist Unity||IB Juniper||252||0.82||New|
|Ind. Labour Party||DW Peetz||736||2.28||New|
|Labour win (new seat)|
Elections in the 1950s
|Liberal||Edward Anthony Brooke Fletcher||5,368||12.2|
|Labour win (new boundaries)|
Elections in the 1940s
|Independent Labour||George Twells||1,072||3.6||New|
|Labour gain from Conservative||Swing|
General Election 1939/40: Another general election was required to take place before the end of 1940. The political parties had been making preparations for an election to take place from 1939 and by the end of this year, the following candidates had been selected;
- Conservative: Louis Gluckstein
- Labour: George Twells
Elections in the 1930s
|Labour||M. Leon Freedman||7,435||25.7||+10.3|
|Liberal||Arthur Comyns Carr||4,819||16.6||-17.7|
|Conservative gain from Liberal||Swing|
Elections in the 1920s
|Liberal gain from Unionist||Swing||+7.2|
|Unionist gain from Liberal||Swing|
|Liberal gain from Unionist||Swing||+13.1|
|Liberal||Edward Ernest Henry Atkin||8,170||40.3||N/A|
|Labour Co-op||A.H. Jones||5,431||27.3||+7.9|
|Liberal||Thomas George Graham||4,065||20.4||New|
|C indicates candidate endorsed by the coalition government.|
Elections in the 1910s
|NFDDSS||Joseph Nathaniel Dennis Brookes||2,166||14.9||New|
|Unionist win (new boundaries)|
|C indicates candidate endorsed by the coalition government.|
General Election 1914/15: Another General Election was required to take place before the end of 1915. The political parties had been making preparations for an election to take place and by the July 1914, the following candidates had been selected;
- Unionist: John Rees
- Labour: Thomas Proctor
|Conservative gain from Liberal||Swing||+9.1|
Elections in the 1900s
|Liberal gain from Conservative||Swing||+12.7|
|Liberal||Edward Hervey Fraser||4,148||45.7||-3.4|
Elections in the 1890s
|Conservative gain from Liberal||Swing||+4.1|
- Morley was appointed Postmaster General, requiring a by-election.
Elections in the 1880s
|Liberal win (new seat)|
Notes and references
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