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Boundary review: which MPs stand to lose their seats?

And what are the wider electoral implications of the changes?

By John Curtice  

Bad news for Labour? Certainly. So everybody on the Conservative benches is happy? Definitely not. This more or less sums up first reactions to the initial proposals for redrawing the map of parliamentary constituencies that were published on Tuesday by the English and Welsh Boundary Commissions.

As we explained last week, Labour were bound to be the principal losers from the proposals. On the figures being used by the Boundary Commissioners to draw up the new constituencies, the average Labour seat currently contains some…

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