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Richmond and Barnes (UK Parliament constituency)

Richmond and Barnes
Former Borough constituency
for the House of Commons
County Greater London
Major settlements Richmond, Barnes
19831997
Number of members One
Replaced by Richmond Park; Twickenham
Created from Richmond (Surrey)

Richmond and Barnes was a parliamentary constituency in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, a south-western suburb of the capital. It returned one Member of Parliament to the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom. The constituency was created in 1983 and abolished in 1997.

History

Richmond and Barnes was represented for its entire 14-year existence by Jeremy Hanley of the Conservative Party. Hanley's main opponent was Alan Watson of the SDP–Liberal Alliance, who narrowly failed to win the seat in the 1983 and 1987 elections.

Boundaries

The London Borough of Richmond upon Thames wards of Barnes; East Sheen; East Twickenham; Ham and Petersham; Kew; Mortlake; Palewell; Richmond Hill; and Richmond Town.

The constituency consisted of the northern part of the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames, being centred on the districts of Richmond and Barnes. It largely replaced the former Richmond (Surrey) constituency in 1983, and was largely replaced by the Richmond Park constituency in 1997.

Members of Parliament

Election Member Party
1983 Jeremy Hanley Conservative
1997 constituency abolished: see Richmond Park and Twickenham

Elections

Elections in the 1990s

General Election 1992: Richmond and Barnes[1]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Jeremy Hanley 22,894 50.7 +3.0
Liberal Democrat Jenny Tonge 19,025 42.2 −1.7
Labour Don Touhig 2,632 5.8 −1.3
Green Mrs Judy S.M. Maciejowska 376 0.8 −0.5
Natural Law Charles H. Cunningham 89 0.2 +0.2
Independent Richard Meacock 62 0.1 +0.1
Mrs Angela K.F. Ellis-Jones 47 0.1 +0.1
Majority 3,869 8.6 +4.7
Turnout 45,125 84.9 +1.7
Conservative hold Swing +2.3

Elections in the 1980s

General Election 1987: Richmond and Barnes[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Jeremy Hanley 21,729 47.7 +1.2
Labour Michael Gold 3,227 7.1 0
Green Christina Matthews 610 1.3 +1.3
Majority 1,766 3.9 +3.7
Turnout 54,700 83.2 +3.5
Conservative hold Swing N/A
General Election 1983: Richmond and Barnes[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Jeremy Hanley 20,695 46.5 −0.2
Labour Keith Vaz 3,156 7.1 −4.3
Majority 74 0.2 −5.9
Turnout 55,845 79.7 −1.6
Conservative hold Swing N/A

See also

References

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Sources

  • Leigh Rayment's Historical List of MPs – Constituencies beginning with "R" (part 1)
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