Wikidata:WikiProject British Politicians

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For database queries, see Wikidata:WikiProject British Politicians/Sample Queries

This project is aiming to compile structured data for all Members of Parliament in the United Kingdom, and its predecessors. The goals are:

  • to build a comprehensive index of all members of parliament as far back as possible, ensuring that Wikidata has an item for each one, alongside core biographical data to place them in a historical context, and links to authoritative third-party records; and
  • to provide a rich data framework of information about those members, recording the period served, constituency, parties, and so on.

Please contact Andrew Gray with queries.

Coverage status[edit]

Wikidata British MPs status image.png

As of May 2019, we have:

  • comprehensive data including party affiliation and term dates for all MPs, 1997 onwards (example for the 2010-15 Parliament)
  • comprehensive data including party affiliation and term dates for all members of the Scottish, Welsh, and (current) Northern Irish devolved assemblies (example for 2011-16 MSPs)
  • near-comprehensive data including term dates for the majority of MPs from 1832-1997, with some omissions and ambiguities (validated complete 1886-1997, imperfect before that date), and a first draft of party affiliation data up to 1997

From 1640 to 1832 data with term dates is not yet available, but we do have basic Wikidata entries representing the majority of known historical MPs:

  • entries for all MPs between 1386-1421, 1509-1629, 1660-1832 in the English, British, or UK parliaments (names and dates); with terms and constituencies for MPs 1386-1421, 1509-1629
  • partial coverage of MPs between 1629-1660 (the Civil War and Commonwealth periods)
  • partial coverage of the earlier incarnations of the devolved Northern Irish parliaments
  • very limited coverage of pre-Union Scottish or Irish MPs, English MPs before 1386 or 1421-1504

In total, this represents around 28,600 individual MPs, or over 30,800 including members of the devolved parliaments plus pre-Union Ireland and Scotland.

Work is under way to improve the data for earlier years, and to ensure that contemporary data is regularly updated. We do not currently cover the House of Lords, and it is not anticipated that we will for some time.

As a side project, we have included coverage for all ambassadors and high commissioners since ~1800; this has substantial overlap with MPs, particularly in the early part of the period.

Milestones
  • 9 May 2021 - all 2021 MSPs and MSs added
  • 2 May 2021 - checked life peers 2019-21
  • 24 March 2021 - validated midterm changes 1970-2020 against WP
  • 14 March 2021 - terms for Commonwealth period completed, making a complete set of terms from 1352-date
  • 30 December 2020 - @everympbot started (code)
  • Winter 2020 - backfilling of party affiliations
  • 12 October 2020 - majority of old-style position claims cleared up for GB and UK MPs to ensure consistency
  • 9 August 2020 - first rough import of 1820-32 History of Parliament term/constituency/date information
  • 20 July 2020 - full match to Rush database (up to present day) completed
  • 4 July 2020 - all terms since 1350 set up as items (with the exception of the complicated 1640-60 period) and interim import of term data from WP
  • 19 June 2020 - confirmed matching of all 916 entries in Legacies of British Slave-ownership person ID (P3023) recorded as an MP
  • Spring 2020 - continued validation of term data for the late 19th century, initial import of some House of Lords members with dates
  • 13 Dec 2019 - all 2019 MPs added and verified
  • 5 May 2019 - Import of History of Parliament term/constituency data for 1604-1629, and subsequent volumes, for MPs up to 1640
  • 18 April 2019 - Party data imported 1935-70
  • 24 March 2019 - Party data imported 1970-97
  • 27 January 2019 - Import of History of Parliament term/constituency data for 1509-1558, 1558-1603
  • 14 January 2019 - Import of History of Parliament term/constituency data for 1386-1421
  • 31 December 2018 - Data validation completed back to 1892
  • 9 November 2018 - Completed crossmatching with Rush data (1832-2005)
  • 28 August 2018 - Began experimental import of History of Parliament term data
  • 29 July 2018 - Data validation completed back to 1922; problem cases noted in detail
  • 24 June 2018 - Data validation completed back to 1950
  • 1 June 2018 - History of Parliament matching completed for all volumes (another ~25 entries missing from the original scrape were added 5 June)
  • 27 May 2018 - History of Parliament matching completed for 1386-1421 and 1604 onwards
  • 22 April 2018 - Data validation completed back to 1964
  • 22 February 2018 - Historic Hansard term and constituency data completed back to 1832
  • 11 December 2017 - Historic Hansard term and constituency data completed back to 1918
  • 12 November 2017 - Historic Hansard term and constituency data completed back to 1950
  • 10 October 2017 - Began import of pre-1992 term and constituency data from Historic Hansard
  • 24 September 2017 - History of Parliament name matching complete back to 1690; now covers all members of the Parliament of Great Britain
  • 20 August 2017 - term and constituency data for all MLAs completed (modern Assembly only)
  • 17 August 2017 - term and constituency data for all Westminister MPs completed 1997-2017
  • 31 July 2017 - term and constituency data for all MSPs completed
Country Start End Status Source(s)
England 1265 1385 Period not yet covered; very limited coverage of names; some term data where it overlaps with HoP-based items.
England 1386 1421 All MPs matched to History of Parliament; term and constituency data. Explicit dates not given on items but can be inferred from terms. History of Parliament
England 1422 1504 Period not yet covered; patchy coverage of names; some term data where it overlaps with HoP-based items.
England 1509 1603 All MPs matched to History of Parliament; term and constituency data. Explicit dates not given on items but can be inferred from terms. History of Parliament
England 1604 1629 All MPs matched to History of Parliament; no term and constituency data History of Parliament
England 1640 1660 Civil War and Commonwealth period not yet covered; patchy coverage of names
England 1660 1707 All MPs matched to History of Parliament; no term and constituency data History of Parliament
Scotland 1235 1707 Very limited coverage of names
Great Britain 1707 1801 All MPs matched to History of Parliament; no term and constituency data History of Parliament
Ireland 1297 1800 Very limited coverage of names
United Kingdom 1801 1832 All UK MPs matched to History of Parliament; no term and constituency data History of Parliament
United Kingdom 1832 1886 Term and constituency data imported but not fully checked (patchy data) Historic Hansard
United Kingdom 1886 1935 Term and constituency data complete and validated, but party data not available Historic Hansard with manual checking
United Kingdom 1935 1997 Term and constituency data complete and validated, party data imported but not fully checked Historic Hansard with manual checking
United Kingdom 1997 2018 Term and constituency data, and party data, fully validated MySociety data

Data model[edit]

The data model we use is consistent with that developed for the EveryPolitican project. This allows us to represent all the core information needed to describe someone's parliamentary career - when they were elected, who by, for what party, how long they served, when any of that information changed, and why they left.

Service in Parliament is recorded using position held (P39) statements. Qualifiers on the statement show the start and end dates that it applies to, as well as the constituency, party affiliation, and so forth. Each discrete term in office is given a different statement, with a new one assigned whenever there is a definable break in service; for example, if -

  • Parliament is dissolved
  • an MP resigns their seat to stand for reelection
  • an MP is suspended from the House for a period of time
  • an MP changes party affiliation, including the whip being suspended to sit as an independent. (Speakers are treated as having changed party affiliation when elected, but deputy speakers are left with their existing party.)

This means that an MP who served over, for example, the four Parliamentary terms 1979 to 1997 would have at least four position held (P39) statements, even if they had continuous service for the same constituency.

In a more complicated case, such as if they were one of the members who went from Labour to the SDP to the Liberal Democrats in that period, they might have six statements - two each in the Parliaments when they changed affiliations.

Each position held (P39) statement is specific to a given Parliament, such as [example]; this approach helps with maintenance and error-correction. A statement should have the following qualifiers:

Some of these are not applicable in all cases. "Elected in" will not be appropriate, for example, where a new statement arises because of a change in party affiliation.

"Parliamentary group" is used rather than party membership; an MP who resigns the whip but remains a member of a party is treated as independent (and an MP who joins a party without taking their whip, likewise). Labour Co-Operative MPs are classed as such, rather than Labour. Independents are all assigned as independent politician (Q327591) even if they describe themselves as, for example, "Independent Conservative", but members of organised "independent groups" like Change UK (Q61751194) are treated as parties.

Party data is currently not systematically provided before the mid-20th century, and we have yet to decide on the best way to assign it for historical members before the emergence of the modern party system. It remains a work in progress and should not be considered comprehensive or reliable before 1997.

Occasionally, other qualifiers may be seen:

"Significant event" is not yet systematically used, but hopefully in the future it will be rolled out to show abstentionist MPs.

Special cases[edit]

Speakers

Speakers should use parliamentary group (P4100):Speaker of the House of Commons (Q464103) as a qualifier on P39 following their election as Speaker (eg John Bercow (Q263147). Deputy speakers are impartial, but they are conventionally counted with their own party, so use the normal party affiliation here. (They can be listed as deputy speakers with a separate P39 item specifically for that role, similar to how a ministerial appointment is modelled)

Ministerial by-elections

All by-elections are modelled with the exception of "ministerial" by-elections. As the majority of these were purely notional, for the time being, only those ministerial by-elections which resulted in a defeat (or where the sitting member did not contest the seat) will be included. This means that the list of by-elections is incomplete before 1926, and substantially incomplete before 1867.

Suspensions

Suspensions from the house are modelled with continuous service on the position held (P39) statement, but with a corresponding significant event (P793) statement indicating the period of suspension.

Delayed elections

If the general election poll in a constituency is delayed, then for the elected MP, give the actual date of election in start time (P580) and add significant event (P793):postponed election (Q35647389) as a qualifier to clarify what's going on (eg Anne McIntosh (Q544947)).

Abstentionists

If an MP deliberately did not take their seat (eg contemporary Sinn Fein MPs or some historic MPs known never to have served), use significant event (P793):returned but did not attend Parliament (Q60618465). Do not use this if they intended to take their seat but died before they could take the oath.

Election petitions

If an MP's election is voided by an election petition (either to deem someone else elected or to order a by-election), use end cause (P1534):election petition (Q13634247) to terminate the P39 entry on the day of the ruling. If someone else is deemed elected, begin their term with elected in (P2715):declared elected after an election petition (Q56123417) rather than the original election (otherwise this will lead to double-counting)

Disqualification

If an MP is disqualified from sitting (eg after a criminal conviction), use end cause (P1534):disqualification (Q1229261)

Removal of the whip or resignation from the party

This should end the current P39 entry (using end cause (P1534):leaving party (Q30580660) or suspension from a political party (Q35855188) - more rarely exclusion from a political party (Q30580630), but most leave before they are expelled) and start a new one with parliamentary group (P4100):independent politician (Q327591). If the removal of the whip (or suspension from the party) is intentionally temporary and lasts only a very short period, such as a few days, it may not be recorded as the sources are not always clear on this point. On the end of a suspension period, use end cause (P1534):rejoining party (Q35867887)

If they leave the party to sit as a "named independent", it may potentially be worth using a more specific qualifier than parliamentary group (P4100):independent politician (Q327591), but be careful that this is not actually a party - for example, Clare Short (Q333550) sat as "Independent Labour", which was not the same as Independent Labour Party (Q1507913). For the moment, all independents are simply listed as parliamentary group (P4100):independent politician (Q327591).

A note on dates[edit]

Members are treated as having "become" MPs on the day of their election, or in rare cases, on the day they were deemed elected by a court. In the occasional case where polling is delayed at a general election, they are shown as having been returned at the general election, but on a later date. All dates are given to single-day precision where possible.

This is inconsistent with some other approaches, which may use the date of the returning officer's declaration (particularly for 1918/45, which were delayed by a few weeks), the date of the official return, or the date the member took their seat. This last approach is perhaps the most strictly "correct", but if followed consistently, would mean that abstentionist MPs were missed out, as well as a small handful who died before ever reaching the House. The approach chosen here has the virtue of being straightforward, makes sense to most lay users, and builds on easily available information.

Where a general election took place over several days (before 1918), members are treated as having been elected on the first day of polling. In some cases, Historic Hansard quotes a day during the election period as the start of the term, or it has been possible to identify the actual day of polling, and where this happens we have provisionally used that date.

Where a term is split in two by a member changing party affiliation, the two parts are shown as starting and ending on the same day. In some cases there may be a slight ambiguity about the exact day on which a member ceased to be affiliated to a party and so these dates may not always be reliable to the exact day, but they should always be the same, regardless.

Terms are considered to have ended on:

  • the day of dissolution
  • the day of their death (even if not known until later);
  • the day they inherited a peerage (before Lords reform);
  • the day of the letters patent creating their peerage;
  • the day their election was voided by a court following an election petition;
  • the day of their resignation through accepting an office of profit; or
  • the day of their appointment to another incompatible office (using the Gazette date if possible).

Dates for end of terms are given to day precision where possible, and a list of all those after 1832 where day precision is not possible is being maintained; these are given to month precision so queries will return the first of the month.

For medieval and early modern parliaments (currently any before the Civil War), no start/end dates are given, as it is often not known what dates someone actually attended during a given Parliament. These can be inferred from the dates on the term item, however.

House of Lords[edit]

As the Lords have a different approach to membership than the Commons, there is no need for per-term membership items, though if party affiliation changes then a new P39 item should be created. Each Lord should have:

In the future we will develop a model to explain the "type" of peer (hereditary, life peer, bishop, Law Lords, etc)

Anyone entitled to sit is modelled as a member of the Lords even if they are known not to have taken their seat; in this case, a significant event (P793) qualifier is appropriate.

Constituencies[edit]

The data model is set up in such a way that a single constituency corresponds to a particular time period. If a constituency has existed for two distinct periods under the same name, then it will have two distinct items with distinct start and end dates. Wikipedia tends to have a policy of merging by name - constituencies with the same name at different periods are placed in the same article, regardless of any boundary changes, while constituencies with substantially different names but essentially the same boundaries are brought together. For the time being, the approach we have used here is to split the Wikidata entries to allow accurate start/end dates, but to help reusers find the relevant Wikipedia article, these are crosslinked to the most recent instantiation of the constituency, the one with the Wikipedia sitelink.

Some constituencies may have anachronistic names, particularly if the name has changed over time, or if an unofficial form is commonly used rather than the official one. However, it should be clear which seat is meant.

Constituency articles should have:

geographical data
identifiers


External identifiers[edit]

Biographical items in Wikidata are, where possible, systematically crosslinked to external resources. In addition to the more generic identifers such as library authority control records, the following are of particular relevance for MPs:

Work is under way to crossmatch to Parliament's Members Names Information System (MNIS) and other Parliamentary data systems.

For contemporary MPs, or those who held office in the last few years, there are a range of external services with useful content -

as well as a variety of standard properties with links to social media identities, etc.

Accessing the data[edit]

All data is available through Wikidata, and is freely available for use. All data is available under CC-0. If you do reuse this data in some way, a link to the source would be appreciated but is of course not required. And, of course, we would love to know about any interesting reuses. See Wikidata:Data access for further details.

Wikidata queries[edit]

While the Wikidata interface is a good way to view data on individual members, it is not very useful for looking at aggregated information - say, on all members in a given Parliament. The Wikidata Query Service is a powerful SPARQL query engine, which while it has some limitations, is the most effective way of doing large-scale queries across this data. Here we show some sample queries:

All terms for a single MP
# parliamentary terms of a single person
# here, Winston Churchill
SELECT DISTINCT ?constituencyLabel ?partyLabel ?start ?electionLabel ?end ?causeLabel {
 wd:Q8016 p:P39 ?positionStatement . # all positions held by this person
  ?positionStatement ps:P39 [wdt:P279* wd:Q16707842] . # filter to positions which are a subclass of UK MP
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P768 ?constituency . }  # then find various specific values for each term
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P4100|pq:P102 ?party . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P580 ?start . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P2715 ?election . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P582 ?end . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P1534 ?cause . }
 SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language 'en' }
}
ORDER BY ?start

Try it!

All MPs and term details for a single Parliament
# members of the 2010-15 Parliament.
SELECT DISTINCT ?item ?itemLabel ?constituencyLabel ?partyLabel ?start ?electionLabel ?end ?causeLabel {
 ?item p:P39 ?positionStatement .
 ?positionStatement ps:P39 wd:Q35494253 . 
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P768 ?constituency . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P4100|pq:P102 ?party . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P580 ?start . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P2715 ?election . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P582 ?end . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P1534 ?cause . }
 SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language 'en' }
}
ORDER BY ?start

Try it!

All incumbents for a single constituency
# incumbents for a single constituency
# here, Edinburgh South
SELECT DISTINCT ?person ?personLabel ?partyLabel ?start ?electionLabel ?end ?causeLabel {
 ?person p:P39 ?positionStatement .
 ?positionStatement ps:P39 [wdt:P279* wd:Q16707842] .  # all people who held an MP position
 ?positionStatement pq:P768 wd:Q1070093 .              # filter only to those with Edinburgh South as the constituency
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P4100|pq:P102 ?party . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P580 ?start . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P2715 ?election . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P582 ?end . }
 OPTIONAL { ?positionStatement pq:P1534 ?cause . }
 SERVICE wikibase:label { bd:serviceParam wikibase:language 'en' }
}
ORDER BY ?start

Try it!

MP terms by constituency


A more detailed set of samples is available at Wikidata:WikiProject British Politicians/Sample Queries, including some unusual examples - for example, chains of MPs known to be parent and child, or MPs who sat for several different constituencies in their career.


Data sources and acknowledgements[edit]

Data on the terms of office was in the first instance drawn from the Historic Hansard dataset provided by Parliament (1945-1997), together with the MySociety 'They Work For You' dataset (1997-date), and manually validated and extended where necessary. Prior to 1832 we anticipate that data on terms of office will be drawn from the published History of Parliament records.

Key sources for confirming dates and other details include:

  • London Gazette, for dates of official appointments
  • Chronology of British Parliamentary By-Elections 1833-1987, FWS Craig (1987), for validation of completeness
  • Who's Who of British Members of Parliament (4 vols, ed. M. Stenton & S. Lees, 1976-1981), plus errata lists courtesy of Stephen Lees
  • House of Commons Library briefing paper SN04731 (Appointments to the Chiltern Hundreds and Manor of Northstead Stewardships since 1946), plus earlier SN/PC/04731 (since 1850)

We gratefully acknowledge the help and guidance of MySociety (particularly the EveryPolitician team), the Parliamentary Digital Service, and the History of Parliament Trust, as well as a number of other specialists and historians who have provided feedback on the project.

Statistics[edit]

This list is periodically updated by a bot. Manual changes to the list will be removed on the next update!

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label num Nat. dob dod ODNB HoP parliament.uk Hansard1 Hansard2 pr UKNA Rush Peerage Geni WikiTree Genealogics
Member of Parliament in the Parliament of England 12816 5214 6444 8291 1958 11912 0 0 0 0 876 0 2287 1304 2500 904
Member of Parliament in the Parliament of Great Britain 289 241 232 279 29 289 0 16 0 0 29 1 63 32 56 18
Member of the House of Lords 5297 4415 5272 4122 1710 315 938 4324 22 6 1693 1016 5062 2677 2379 1480
Member of the 18th Parliament of the United Kingdom 808 724 808 808 276 78 0 806 0 0 389 806 558 395 402 226
Member of Parliament 26 14 18 18 6 17 0 8 0 0 6 0 11 8 7 1
Member of the 14th Parliament of the United Kingdom 810 753 809 810 274 279 0 808 0 0 426 808 541 421 412 230
Member of the 21st Parliament of the United Kingdom 795 712 795 795 269 5 0 791 0 0 336 794 492 358 366 187
Member of the 23rd Parliament of the United Kingdom 680 616 680 680 264 1 0 679 0 0 301 680 346 265 265 109
Member of the 24th Parliament of the United Kingdom 807 726 807 807 301 2 0 806 0 0 357 807 424 314 309 128
Member of the 20th Parliament of the United Kingdom 798 716 798 798 287 16 0 796 0 0 361 795 528 391 403 205
Member of the 11th Parliament of the United Kingdom 711 673 705 711 247 439 0 707 0 0 365 705 473 362 398 195
Member of the 9th Parliament of the United Kingdom 695 694 693 695 235 695 0 691 0 0 374 400 499 368 401 202
Member of the 10th Parliament of the United Kingdom 709 708 707 709 238 709 0 704 0 0 361 473 516 374 414 215
Member of the 3rd Parliament of the United Kingdom 694 649 688 694 228 694 0 671 0 0 346 59 465 334 393 201
Member of the 4th Parliament of the United Kingdom 807 760 801 807 264 807 0 783 0 0 407 84 544 382 447 219
Member of the 5th Parliament of the United Kingdom 819 786 814 819 267 819 0 803 0 0 418 125 565 409 463 227
Member of the 7th Parliament of the United Kingdom 806 804 797 805 261 806 0 792 0 0 421 244 569 411 456 215
Member of the 8th Parliament of the United Kingdom 750 749 744 749 254 750 0 743 0 0 398 322 531 401 426 214
Member of the 6th Parliament of the United Kingdom 710 700 703 710 227 710 0 700 0 0 373 172 495 359 403 192
Member of the 13th Parliament of the United Kingdom 752 701 748 752 254 341 0 747 0 0 398 747 493 381 392 208
Member of the 12th Parliament of the United Kingdom 719 672 714 719 248 394 0 717 0 0 375 715 484 365 387 194
Member of the 15th Parliament of the United Kingdom 770 706 770 770 273 179 0 765 0 0 409 766 501 396 385 225
Member of the 1st Parliament of the United Kingdom 704 637 685 697 239 704 0 517 0 0 328 24 464 330 377 192
Member of the 31st Parliament of the United Kingdom 794 774 794 794 232 0 0 784 0 0 288 793 298 180 212 69
Member of the 2nd Parliament of the United Kingdom 794 731 789 794 257 794 0 757 0 0 382 39 512 356 438 206
Member of the 33rd Parliament of the United Kingdom 624 613 624 624 209 0 0 624 0 0 244 624 221 138 156 51
Member of the 32nd Parliament of the United Kingdom 630 616 630 630 205 0 0 630 0 0 245 630 242 145 160 56
Member of the 34th Parliament of the United Kingdom 673 658 673 673 216 0 0 672 0 0 268 673 273 166 182 73
Member of the 19th Parliament of the United Kingdom 744 670 744 744 279 34 0 742 0 0 361 743 519 376 382 213
Member of the 16th Parliament of the United Kingdom 800 725 800 800 269 126 0 798 0 0 397 796 516 394 399 220
Member of the 17th Parliament of the United Kingdom 711 644 711 711 244 87 0 710 0 0 351 710 476 337 352 202
Member of the 22nd Parliament of the United Kingdom 777 708 777 777 299 3 0 774 0 0 349 776 473 352 353 156
Member of the 25th Parliament of the United Kingdom 732 671 732 732 284 0 0 731 0 0 346 732 390 277 270 108
Member of the 35th Parliament of the United Kingdom 650 637 650 650 233 0 0 650 0 0 281 650 251 152 166 58
Member of the 36th Parliament of the United Kingdom 677 668 677 677 191 0 0 675 0 0 255 676 316 188 179 88
Member of the 30th Parliament of the United Kingdom 871 824 871 871 281 0 0 862 0 0 411 869 410 279 323 107
Member of the 29th Parliament of the United Kingdom 683 643 683 683 226 0 0 678 0 0 339 682 333 222 260 83
Member of the 26th Parliament of the United Kingdom 771 711 771 771 271 0 0 770 0 0 356 770 418 282 287 115
Member of the 56th Parliament of the United Kingdom 660 659 659 5 0 0 659 267 163 15 10 659 54 5 7 7
Member of the 55th Parliament of the United Kingdom 668 667 667 19 0 0 667 415 259 27 21 667 75 5 9 6
Member of the 54th Parliament of the United Kingdom 659 658 658 45 7 0 505 647 198 31 35 658 98 6 13 5
Member of the 53rd Parliament of the United Kingdom 665 665 665 73 9 0 422 665 152 30 42 665 121 6 16 4
Member of the 52nd Parliament of the United Kingdom 675 675 675 112 22 0 368 675 119 26 56 675 156 9 22 3
Member of the 40th Parliament of the United Kingdom 673 673 673 673 214 0 2 673 0 0 304 673 318 127 112 52
Member of the 39th Parliament of the United Kingdom 641 641 641 641 209 0 0 641 0 0 297 641 299 128 110 49
Member of the 37th Parliament of the United Kingdom 833 831 833 833 251 0 0 833 0 0 355 832 378 224 209 92
Member of the 38th Parliament of the United Kingdom 692 692 692 692 216 0 0 692 0 0 302 692 273 120 107 42
Member of the 27th Parliament of the United Kingdom 762 709 762 762 251 0 0 761 0 0 353 762 401 270 287 105
Member of the 42nd Parliament of the United Kingdom 691 691 691 685 209 1 12 691 1 0 267 691 318 116 99 44
Member of the 41st Parliament of the United Kingdom 683 683 683 682 217 0 4 683 0 0 289 683 317 124 108 45
Member of the 28th Parliament of the United Kingdom 752 707 752 752 260 0 0 750 0 0 362 751 332 222 283 81
Member of the 43rd Parliament of the United Kingdom 643 643 643 624 197 0 19 643 0 0 239 643 290 90 80 25
Member of the 57th Parliament of the United Kingdom 655 654 654 1 0 0 653 230 146 12 9 654 43 4 5 6
Member of the 48th Parliament of the United Kingdom 655 655 655 466 121 1 127 655 14 4 150 655 255 50 47 16
Member of the 47th Parliament of the United Kingdom 665 665 665 523 146 1 101 665 9 3 179 665 262 59 52 17
Member of the 49th Parliament of the United Kingdom 667 667 667 372 94 1 175 667 30 10 135 667 249 43 47 17
Member of the 46th Parliament of the United Kingdom 636 636 636 526 144 1 88 636 7 2 173 636 266 64 54 17
Member of the 45th Parliament of the United Kingdom 659 659 659 580 168 1 64 659 6 2 195 659 283 74 59 24
Member of the 50th Parliament of the United Kingdom 674 674 674 299 73 1 223 674 47 14 111 674 239 29 37 13
Member of the 44th Parliament of the United Kingdom 668 668 668 625 192 1 35 668 1 0 227 668 272 75 66 22
Member of the 51st Parliament of the United Kingdom 669 669 669 211 46 0 273 669 75 19 79 668 208 12 28 8
Member of the 58th Parliament of the United Kingdom 650 574 626 0 0 0 514 152 98 9 6 649 37 3 4 4
End of automatically generated list.

See also[edit]