List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 2005
52nd Parliament (1997) 53rd Parliament (2001) 54th Parliament (2005) 55th Parliament (2010)
The list is arranged by constituency. New MPs elected since the general election and changes in party allegiance are noted at the bottom of the page.
Affiliation Election At dissolution Labour Party 354 345 Conservative Party 196 193 Liberal Democrats 62 63 Democratic Unionist Party 9 8 Scottish National Party 6 7 Sinn Féin 5 5 Plaid Cymru 3 3 Social Democratic and Labour Party 3 3 Ulster Unionist Party 1 0 Health Concern 1 1 Respect – The Unity Coalition 1 1 Independent (Peter Law; Dai Davies, Sylvia Hermon, Andrew Pelling, Bob Spink, Bob Wareing) 1 5 Independent Labour (Clare Short) 0 1 Suspended Labour (Elliot Morley, David Chaytor, Jim Devine) 0 3 Suspended Conservative (Derek Conway) 0 1 Speaker and Deputies 4 4 Vacant (North West Leicestershire, Strangford and Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland) 0 3 Total 646 646 Notional Government Majority 66 38 Effective Government Majority 71 48
Note: The effective Government majority is higher than the notional majority, because Sinn Féin's MPs do not take their seats due to their policy of abstentionism and vacant seats have no vote. Technically, the speakers belong to parties in a notional majority, though they do not usually vote and therefore don't figure in an effective majority.
Graphical representation of the House of Commons
This is a comparison of the party strengths in the British House of Commons (as of 15 December 2009):
Note: The Scottish National Party and Plaid Cymru sit together as a party group, while Sinn Féin has not taken its seats. This is not the official seating plan of the House of Commons, which actually has five rows of benches on each side, with the government party to the right of the Speaker and opposition parties to the left, but with room for only around two-thirds of MPs to sit at any one time.
List of MPs elected in the general election
The following table is a list of MPs elected on 5 May 2005, ordered by constituency. The previous MP and previous party column shows the MP and party holding the seat at dissolution on 11 April 2005.
Note that most Scottish constituency boundaries were considerably changed from the previous general election, due to a decrease in the number of Scottish seats from 72 to 59. In this case, the previous MPs cannot be shown, and the previous party column shows the notional winner of the new seat, based on analysis of the 2001 general election result.
Key to changes since general election:
- a = change in party allegiance
- b = by-election
Table of contents:
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Aberavon Hywel Francis Labour Hywel Francis Labour Aberdeen North Frank Doran Labour (boundary changes) Labour Aberdeen South Anne Begg Labour (boundary changes) Labour Airdrie and Shotts John Reid Labour (boundary changes) Labour Aldershot Gerald Howarth Conservative Gerald Howarth Conservative Aldridge-Brownhills Richard Shepherd Conservative Richard Shepherd Conservative Altrincham and Sale West Graham Brady Conservative Graham Brady Conservative Alyn and Deeside Mark Tami Labour Mark Tami Labour Amber Valley Judy Mallaber Labour Judy Mallaber Labour Angus Michael Weir Scottish National Party (boundary changes) Scottish National Party Argyll and Bute Alan Reid Liberal Democrat (boundary changes) Liberal Democrat Arundel and South Downs Nick Herbert Conservative Howard Flight Conservative Ashfield Geoff Hoon Labour Geoff Hoon Labour Ashford Damian Green Conservative Damian Green Conservative Ashton-under-Lyne David Heyes Labour David Heyes Labour Aylesbury David Lidington Conservative David Lidington Conservative Ayr, Carrick and Cumnock Sandra Osborne Labour (boundary changes) Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Banbury Tony Baldry Conservative Tony Baldry Conservative Banff and Buchan Alex Salmond Scottish National Party (boundary changes) Scottish National Party Barking Margaret Hodge Labour Margaret Hodge Labour Barnsley Central Eric Illsley Labour Eric Illsley Labour Barnsley East and Mexborough Jeff Ennis Labour Jeff Ennis Labour Barnsley West and Penistone Michael Clapham Labour Michael Clapham Labour Barrow and Furness John Hutton Labour John Hutton Labour Basildon Angela Smith Labour Angela Smith Labour/Co-operative Basingstoke Maria Miller Conservative Andrew Hunter Democratic Unionist
(Elected as Conservative)
Bassetlaw John Mann Labour John Mann Labour Bath Don Foster Liberal Democrat Don Foster Liberal Democrat Batley and Spen Mike Wood Labour Mike Wood Labour Battersea Martin Linton Labour Martin Linton Labour Beaconsfield Dominic Grieve Conservative Dominic Grieve Conservative Beckenham Jacqui Lait Conservative Jacqui Lait Conservative Bedford Patrick Hall Labour Patrick Hall Labour Belfast East Peter Robinson Democratic Unionist Peter Robinson Democratic Unionist Belfast North Nigel Dodds Democratic Unionist Nigel Dodds Democratic Unionist Belfast South Alasdair McDonnell Social Democratic and Labour The Rev. Martin Smyth Ulster Unionist Belfast West Gerry Adams Sinn Féin Gerry Adams Sinn Féin Berwick-upon-Tweed Alan Beith Liberal Democrat Alan Beith Liberal Democrat Berwickshire, Roxburgh and Selkirk Michael Moore Liberal Democrat (boundary changes) Liberal Democrat Bethnal Green and Bow George Galloway RESPECT Oona King Labour Beverley and Holderness Graham Stuart Conservative James Cran Conservative Bexhill and Battle Gregory Barker Conservative Gregory Barker Conservative Bexleyheath and Crayford David Evennett Conservative Nigel Beard Labour Billericay John Baron Conservative John Baron Conservative Birkenhead Frank Field Labour Frank Field Labour Birmingham, Edgbaston Gisela Stuart Labour Gisela Stuart Labour Birmingham, Erdington Siôn Simon Labour Siôn Simon Labour Birmingham, Hall Green Stephen McCabe Labour Stephen McCabe Labour Birmingham, Hodge Hill Liam Byrne Labour Liam Byrne Labour Birmingham, Ladywood Clare Short Labour a Clare Short Labour Birmingham, Northfield Richard Burden Labour Richard Burden Labour Birmingham, Perry Barr Khalid Mahmood Labour Khalid Mahmood Labour Birmingham, Selly Oak Dr Lynne Jones Labour Dr Lynne Jones Labour Birmingham, Sparkbrook and Small Heath Roger Godsiff Labour Roger Godsiff Labour Birmingham, Yardley John Hemming Liberal Democrat Estelle Morris Labour Bishop Auckland Helen Goodman Labour Derek Foster Labour Blaby Andrew Robathan Conservative Andrew Robathan Conservative Blackburn Jack Straw Labour Jack Straw Labour Blackpool North and Fleetwood Joan Humble Labour Joan Humble Labour Blackpool South Gordon Marsden Labour Gordon Marsden Labour Blaenau Gwent b Peter Law Independent Llew Smith Labour Blaydon David Anderson Labour John David McWilliam Labour Blyth Valley Ronnie Campbell Labour Ronnie Campbell Labour Bognor Regis and Littlehampton Nick Gibb Conservative Nick Gibb Conservative Bolsover Dennis Skinner Labour Dennis Skinner Labour Bolton North East David Crausby Labour David Crausby Labour Bolton South East Dr Brian Iddon Labour Dr Brian Iddon Labour Bolton West Ruth Kelly Labour Ruth Kelly Labour Bootle Joe Benton Labour Joe Benton Labour Boston and Skegness Mark Simmonds Conservative Mark Simmonds Conservative Bosworth David Tredinnick Conservative David Tredinnick Conservative Bournemouth East Tobias Ellwood Conservative David Atkinson Conservative Bournemouth West John Butterfill Conservative John Butterfill Conservative Bracknell Andrew MacKay Conservative Andrew MacKay Conservative Bradford North Terry Rooney Labour Terry Rooney Labour Bradford South Gerry Sutcliffe Labour Gerry Sutcliffe Labour Bradford West Marsha Singh Labour Marsha Singh Labour Braintree Brooks Newmark Conservative Alan Hurst Labour Brecon and Radnorshire Roger Williams Liberal Democrat Roger Williams Liberal Democrat Brent East Sarah Teather Liberal Democrat Sarah Teather Liberal Democrat Brent North Barry Gardiner Labour Barry Gardiner Labour Brent South Dawn Butler Labour Paul Boateng Labour Brentford and Isleworth Ann Keen Labour Ann Keen Labour Brentwood and Ongar Eric Pickles Conservative Eric Pickles Conservative Bridgend Madeleine Moon Labour Win Griffiths Labour Bridgwater Ian Liddell-Grainger Conservative Ian Liddell-Grainger Conservative Brigg and Goole Ian Cawsey Labour Ian Cawsey Labour Brighton Kemptown Des Turner Labour Des Turner Labour Brighton Pavilion David Lepper Labour David Lepper Labour Bristol East Kerry McCarthy Labour Jean Corston Labour Bristol North West Douglas Naysmith Labour Douglas Naysmith Labour Bristol South Dawn Primarolo Labour Dawn Primarolo Labour Bristol West Stephen Williams Liberal Democrat Valerie Davey Labour Bromley and Chislehurst b Eric Forth Conservative Eric Forth Conservative Bromsgrove Julie Kirkbride Conservative Julie Kirkbride Conservative Broxbourne Charles Walker Conservative Marion Roe Conservative Broxtowe Nick Palmer Labour Nick Palmer Labour Buckingham John Bercow Conservative John Bercow Conservative Burnley Kitty Ussher Labour Peter Pike Labour Burton Janet Dean Labour Janet Dean Labour Bury North David Chaytor Laboura David Chaytor Labour Bury South Ivan Lewis Labour Ivan Lewis Labour Bury St Edmunds David Ruffley Conservative David Ruffley Conservative
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Caernarfon Hywel Williams Plaid Cymru Hywel Williams Plaid Cymru Caerphilly Wayne David Labour Wayne David Labour Caithness, Sutherland and Easter Ross John Thurso Liberal Democrat (boundary changes) Liberal Democrat Calder Valley Christine McCafferty Labour Christine McCafferty Labour Camberwell and Peckham Harriet Harman Labour Harriet Harman Labour Cambridge David Howarth Liberal Democrat Anne Campbell Labour Cannock Chase Tony Wright Labour Tony Wright Labour Canterbury Julian Brazier Conservative Julian Brazier Conservative Cardiff Central Jenny Willott Liberal Democrat Jon Owen Jones Labour/Co-operative Cardiff North Julie Morgan Labour Julie Morgan Labour Cardiff South and Penarth Alun Michael Labour/Co-operative Alun Michael Labour/Co-operative Cardiff West Kevin Brennan Labour Kevin Brennan Labour Carlisle Eric Martlew Labour Eric Martlew Labour Carmarthen East and Dinefwr Adam Price Plaid Cymru Adam Price Plaid Cymru Carmarthen West and South Pembrokeshire Nick Ainger Labour Nick Ainger Labour Carshalton and Wallington Tom Brake Liberal Democrat Tom Brake Liberal Democrat Castle Point Bob Spink Conservative a Bob Spink Conservative Central Ayrshire Brian Donohoe Labour (boundary changes) Labour Central Suffolk and North Ipswich Sir Michael Lord Conservative Sir Michael Lord Deputy Speaker
(Elected as Conservative)
Ceredigion Mark Williams Liberal Democrat Simon Thomas Plaid Cymru Charnwood Stephen Dorrell Conservative Stephen Dorrell Conservative Chatham and Aylesford Jonathan Shaw Labour Jonathan Shaw Labour Cheadle b Patsy Calton Liberal Democrat Patsy Calton Liberal Democrat Chelmsford West Simon Burns Conservative Simon Burns Conservative Cheltenham Martin Horwood Liberal Democrat Nigel Jones Liberal Democrat Chesham and Amersham Cheryl Gillan Conservative Cheryl Gillan Conservative Chester, City of Christine Russell Labour Christine Russell Labour Chesterfield Paul Holmes Liberal Democrat Paul Holmes Liberal Democrat Chichester Andrew Tyrie Conservative Andrew Tyrie Conservative Chingford and Woodford Green Iain Duncan Smith Conservative Iain Duncan Smith Conservative Chipping Barnet Theresa Villiers Conservative Sir Sydney Chapman Conservative Chorley Lindsay Hoyle Labour Lindsay Hoyle Labour Christchurch Christopher Chope Conservative Christopher Chope Conservative Cleethorpes Shona McIsaac Labour Shona McIsaac Labour Clwyd South Martyn Jones Labour Martyn Jones Labour Clwyd West David Jones Conservative Gareth Thomas Labour Coatbridge, Chryston and Bellshill Tom Clarke Labour (boundary changes) Labour Colchester Bob Russell Liberal Democrat Bob Russell Liberal Democrat Colne Valley Kali Mountford Labour Kali Mountford Labour Congleton Ann Winterton Conservative Ann Winterton Conservative Conwy Betty Williams Labour Betty Williams Labour Copeland Jamie Reed Labour Jack Cunningham Labour Corby Phil Hope Labour/Co-operative Phil Hope Labour/Co-operative Cotswold Geoffrey Clifton-Brown Conservative Geoffrey Clifton-Brown Conservative Coventry North East Bob Ainsworth Labour Bob Ainsworth Labour Coventry North West Geoffrey Robinson Labour Geoffrey Robinson Labour Coventry South Jim Cunningham Labour Jim Cunningham Labour Crawley Laura Moffatt Labour Laura Moffatt Labour Crewe and Nantwich b Gwyneth Dunwoody Labour Gwyneth Dunwoody Labour Crosby Claire Curtis-Thomas Labour Claire Curtis-Thomas Labour Croydon Central Andrew Pelling Conservative a Geraint Davies Labour Croydon North Malcolm Wicks Labour Malcolm Wicks Labour Croydon South Richard Ottaway Conservative Richard Ottaway Conservative Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and Kirkintilloch East Rosemary McKenna Labour (boundary changes) Labour Cynon Valley Ann Clwyd Labour Ann Clwyd Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Dagenham Jon Cruddas Labour Jon Cruddas Labour Darlington Alan Milburn Labour Alan Milburn Labour Dartford Howard Stoate Labour Howard Stoate Labour Daventry Tim Boswell Conservative Tim Boswell Conservative Delyn David Hanson Labour David Hanson Labour Denton and Reddish Andrew Gwynne Labour Andrew Bennett Labour Derby North Bob Laxton Labour Bob Laxton Labour Derby South Margaret Beckett Labour Margaret Beckett Labour Devizes Michael Ancram Conservative Michael Ancram Conservative Dewsbury Shahid Malik Labour Ann Taylor Labour Don Valley Caroline Flint Labour Caroline Flint Labour Doncaster Central Rosie Winterton Labour Rosie Winterton Labour Doncaster North Ed Miliband Labour Kevin Hughes Labour Dover Gwyn Prosser Labour Gwyn Prosser Labour Dudley North Ian Austin Labour Ross Cranston Labour Dudley South Ian Pearson Labour Ian Pearson Labour Dulwich and West Norwood Tessa Jowell Labour Tessa Jowell Labour Dumfries and Galloway Russell Brown Labour (boundary changes) Labour Dumfriesshire, Clydesdale and Tweeddale David Mundell Conservative (boundary changes) Labour Dundee East Stewart Hosie Scottish National Party (boundary changes) Labour Dundee West James McGovern Labour (boundary changes) Labour Dunfermline and West Fife b Rachel Squire Labour (boundary changes) Labour Durham, City of Roberta Blackman-Woods Labour Gerry Steinberg Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Ealing North Stephen Pound Labour Stephen Pound Labour Ealing, Acton and Shepherd's Bush Andrew Slaughter Labour Clive Soley Labour Ealing Southall b Piara Singh Khabra Labour Piara Singh Khabra Labour Easington John Cummings Labour John Cummings Labour East Antrim Sammy Wilson Democratic Unionist Roy Beggs Ulster Unionist East Devon Hugo Swire Conservative Hugo Swire Conservative East Dunbartonshire Jo Swinson Liberal Democrat (boundary changes) Labour East Ham Stephen Timms Labour Stephen Timms Labour East Hampshire Michael Mates Conservative Michael Mates Conservative East Kilbride, Strathaven and Lesmahagow Adam Ingram Labour (boundary changes) Labour East Londonderry Gregory Campbell Democratic Unionist Gregory Campbell Democratic Unionist East Lothian Anne Picking Labour (boundary changes) Labour East Renfrewshire Jim Murphy Labour Jim Murphy
Labour East Surrey Peter Ainsworth Conservative Peter Ainsworth Conservative East Worthing and Shoreham Tim Loughton Conservative Tim Loughton Conservative East Yorkshire Greg Knight Conservative Greg Knight Conservative Eastbourne Nigel Waterson Conservative Nigel Waterson Conservative Eastleigh Chris Huhne Liberal Democrat David Chidgey Liberal Democrat Eccles Ian Stewart Labour Ian Stewart Labour Eddisbury Stephen O'Brien Conservative Stephen O'Brien Conservative Edinburgh East Gavin Strang Labour (boundary changes) Labour Edinburgh North and Leith Mark Lazarowicz Labour/Co-operative (boundary changes) Labour Edinburgh South Nigel Griffiths Labour (boundary changes) Labour Edinburgh South West Alistair Darling Labour (boundary changes) Labour Edinburgh West John Barrett Liberal Democrat (boundary changes) Liberal Democrat Edmonton Andrew Love Labour/Co-operative Andrew Love Labour/Co-operative Ellesmere Port and Neston Andrew Miller Labour Andrew Miller Labour Elmet Colin Burgon Labour Colin Burgon Labour Eltham Clive Efford Labour Clive Efford Labour Enfield North Joan Ryan Labour Joan Ryan Labour Enfield Southgate David Burrowes Conservative Stephen Twigg Labour Epping Forest Eleanor Laing Conservative Eleanor Laing Conservative Epsom and Ewell Chris Grayling Conservative Chris Grayling Conservative Erewash Liz Blackman Labour Liz Blackman Labour Erith and Thamesmead John Austin Labour John Austin Labour Esher and Walton Ian Taylor Conservative Ian Taylor Conservative Exeter Ben Bradshaw Labour Ben Bradshaw Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Falkirk Eric Joyce Labour (boundary changes) Labour Falmouth and Camborne Julia Goldsworthy Liberal Democrat Candy Atherton Labour Fareham Mark Hoban Conservative Mark Hoban Conservative Faversham and Mid Kent Hugh Robertson Conservative Hugh Robertson Conservative Feltham and Heston Alan Keen Labour Alan Keen Labour Fermanagh and South Tyrone Michelle Gildernew Sinn Féin Michelle Gildernew Sinn Féin Fife North East Sir Menzies Campbell Liberal Democrat (boundary changes) Liberal Democrat Finchley and Golders Green Dr Rudi Vis Labour Dr Rudi Vis Labour Folkestone and Hythe Michael Howard Conservative Michael Howard Conservative Forest of Dean Mark Harper Conservative Diana Organ Labour Foyle Mark Durkan Social Democratic and Labour John Hume Social Democratic and Labour Fylde Michael Jack Conservative Michael Jack Conservative
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Gainsborough Edward Leigh Conservative Edward Leigh Conservative Gateshead East and Washington West Sharon Hodgson Labour Joyce Quin Labour Gedling Vernon Coaker Labour Vernon Coaker Labour Gillingham Paul Clark Labour Paul Clark Labour Glasgow Central Mohammad Sarwar Labour (boundary changes) Labour Glasgow East b David Marshall Labour (boundary changes) Labour Glasgow North Ann McKechin Labour (boundary changes) Labour Glasgow North East Michael Martin None - Speaker (boundary changes) Labour Glasgow North West John Robertson Labour (boundary changes) Labour Glasgow South Tom Harris Labour (boundary changes) Labour Glasgow South West Ian Davidson Labour (boundary changes) Labour Glenrothes b John MacDougall Labour (boundary changes) Labour Gloucester Parmjit Dhanda Labour Parmjit Dhanda Labour Gordon Malcolm Bruce Liberal Democrat (boundary changes) Liberal Democrat Gosport Peter Viggers Conservative Peter Viggers Conservative Gower Martin Caton Labour Martin Caton Labour Grantham and Stamford Quentin Davies Conservative a Quentin Davies Conservative Gravesham Adam Holloway Conservative Chris Pond Labour Great Grimsby Austin Mitchell Labour Austin Mitchell Labour Great Yarmouth Tony D Wright Labour Tony D Wright Labour Greenwich and Woolwich Nick Raynsford Labour Nick Raynsford Labour Guildford Anne Milton Conservative Sue Doughty Liberal Democrat
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Hackney North and Stoke Newington Diane Abbott Labour Diane Abbott Labour Hackney South and Shoreditch Meg Hillier Labour/Co-operative Brian Sedgemore Labour Halesowen and Rowley Regis Sylvia Heal Labour Sylvia Heal Deputy Speaker
(Elected as Labour)
Halifax Linda Riordan Labour/Co-operative Alice Mahon Labour Haltemprice and Howden b David Davis Conservative David Davis Conservative Halton Derek Twigg Labour Derek Twigg Labour Hammersmith and Fulham Greg Hands Conservative Iain Coleman Labour Hampstead and Highgate Glenda Jackson Labour Glenda Jackson Labour Harborough Edward Garnier Conservative Edward Garnier Conservative Harlow Bill Rammell Labour Bill Rammell Labour Harrogate and Knaresborough Phil Willis Liberal Democrat Phil Willis Liberal Democrat Harrow East Tony McNulty Labour Tony McNulty Labour Harrow West Gareth Thomas Labour Gareth Thomas Labour Hartlepool Iain Wright Labour Iain Wright Labour Harwich Douglas Carswell Conservative Ivan Henderson Labour Hastings and Rye Michael Foster Labour Michael Foster Labour Havant David Willetts Conservative David Willetts Conservative Hayes and Harlington John McDonnell Labour John McDonnell Labour Hazel Grove Andrew Stunell Liberal Democrat Andrew Stunell Liberal Democrat Hemel Hempstead Mike Penning Conservative Tony McWalter Labour/Co-operative Hemsworth Jon Trickett Labour Jon Trickett Labour Hendon Andrew Dismore Labour Andrew Dismore Labour Henley b Boris Johnson Conservative Boris Johnson Conservative Hereford Paul Keetch Liberal Democrat Paul Keetch Liberal Democrat Hertford and Stortford Mark Prisk Conservative Mark Prisk Conservative Hertsmere James Clappison Conservative James Clappison Conservative Hexham Peter Atkinson Conservative Peter Atkinson Conservative Heywood and Middleton Jim Dobbin Labour/Co-operative Jim Dobbin Labour/Co-operative High Peak Tom Levitt Labour Tom Levitt Labour Hitchin and Harpenden Peter Lilley Conservative Peter Lilley Conservative Holborn and St Pancras Frank Dobson Labour Frank Dobson Labour Hornchurch James Brokenshire Conservative John Cryer Labour Hornsey and Wood Green Lynne Featherstone Liberal Democrat Barbara Roche Labour Horsham Francis Maude Conservative Francis Maude Conservative Houghton and Washington East Fraser Kemp Labour Fraser Kemp Labour Hove Celia Barlow Labour Ivor Caplin Labour Huddersfield Barry Sheerman Labour/Co-operative Barry Sheerman Labour Huntingdon Jonathan Djanogly Conservative Jonathan Djanogly Conservative Hyndburn Greg Pope Labour Greg Pope Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Ilford North Lee Scott Conservative Linda Perham Labour Ilford South Mike Gapes Labour Mike Gapes Labour Inverclyde David Cairns Labour (boundary changes) Labour Inverness, Nairn, Badenoch and Strathspey Danny Alexander Liberal Democrat (boundary changes) Labour Ipswich Chris Mole Labour Chris Mole Labour Isle of Wight Andrew Turner Conservative Andrew Turner Conservative Islington North Jeremy Corbyn Labour Jeremy Corbyn Labour Islington South and Finsbury Emily Thornberry Labour Chris Smith Labour Islwyn Don Touhig Labour Don Touhig Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Jarrow Stephen Hepburn Labour Stephen Hepburn Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Keighley Ann Cryer Labour Ann Cryer Labour Kensington and Chelsea Malcolm Rifkind Conservative Michael Portillo Conservative Kettering Philip Hollobone Conservative Phil Sawford Labour Kilmarnock and Loudoun Des Browne Labour (boundary changes) Labour Kingston and Surbiton Edward Davey Liberal Democrat Edward Davey Liberal Democrat Kingston upon Hull East John Prescott Labour John Prescott Labour Kingston upon Hull North Diana Johnson Labour Kevin McNamara Labour Kingston upon Hull West and Hessle Alan Johnson Labour Alan Johnson Labour Kingswood Roger Berry Labour Roger Berry Labour Kirkcaldy and Cowdenbeath Gordon Brown Labour (boundary changes) Labour Knowsley North and Sefton East George Howarth Labour George Howarth Labour Knowsley South Edward O'Hara Labour Edward O'Hara Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Lagan Valley Jeffrey Donaldson Democratic Unionist Jeffrey Donaldson Democratic Unionist Lanark and Hamilton East Jimmy Hood Labour (boundary changes) Labour Lancaster and Wyre Ben Wallace Conservative Hilton Dawson Labour Leeds Central Hilary Benn Labour Hilary Benn Labour Leeds East George Mudie Labour George Mudie Labour Leeds North East Fabian Hamilton Labour Fabian Hamilton Labour Leeds North West Greg Mulholland Liberal Democrat Harold Best Labour Leeds West John Battle Labour John Battle Labour Leicester East Keith Vaz Labour Keith Vaz Labour Leicester South Sir Peter Soulsby Labour Parmjit Singh Gill Liberal Democrat Leicester West Patricia Hewitt Labour Patricia Hewitt Labour Leigh Andrew Burnham Labour Andrew Burnham Labour Leominster Bill Wiggin Conservative Bill Wiggin Conservative Lewes Norman Baker Liberal Democrat Norman Baker Liberal Democrat Lewisham East Bridget Prentice Labour Bridget Prentice Labour Lewisham West Jim Dowd Labour Jim Dowd Labour Lewisham Deptford Joan Ruddock Labour Joan Ruddock Labour Leyton and Wanstead Harry Cohen Labour Harry Cohen Labour Lichfield Michael Fabricant Conservative Michael Fabricant Conservative Lincoln Gillian Merron Labour Gillian Merron Labour Linlithgow and East Falkirk Michael Connarty Labour (boundary changes) Labour Liverpool Garston Maria Eagle Labour Maria Eagle Labour Liverpool Riverside Louise Ellman Labour Louise Ellman Labour Liverpool Walton Peter Kilfoyle Labour Peter Kilfoyle Labour Liverpool Wavertree Jane Kennedy Labour Jane Kennedy Labour Liverpool West Derby Bob Wareing a Labour Bob Wareing Labour Livingston b Robin Cook Labour (boundary changes) Labour Llanelli Nia Griffith Labour Denzil Davies Labour London and Westminster, Cities of Mark Field Conservative Mark Field Conservative Loughborough Andy Reed Labour/Co-operative Andy Reed Labour/Co-operative Louth and Horncastle Sir Peter Tapsell Conservative Sir Peter Tapsell Conservative Ludlow Philip Dunne Conservative Matthew Green Liberal Democrat Luton North Kelvin Hopkins Labour Kelvin Hopkins Labour Luton South Margaret Moran Labour Margaret Moran Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Macclesfield Sir Nicholas Winterton Conservative Sir Nicholas Winterton Conservative Maidenhead Theresa May Conservative Theresa May Conservative Maidstone and The Weald Ann Widdecombe Conservative Ann Widdecombe Conservative Makerfield Ian McCartney Labour Ian McCartney Labour Maldon and East Chelmsford John Whittingdale Conservative John Whittingdale Conservative Manchester Blackley Graham Stringer Labour Graham Stringer Labour Manchester Central Tony Lloyd Labour Tony Lloyd Labour Manchester Gorton Gerald Kaufman Labour Gerald Kaufman Labour Manchester Withington John Leech Liberal Democrat Keith Bradley Labour Mansfield Alan Meale Labour Alan Meale Labour Medway Robert Marshall-Andrews Labour Robert Marshall-Andrews Labour Meirionnydd Nant Conwy Elfyn Llwyd Plaid Cymru Elfyn Llwyd Plaid Cymru Meriden Caroline Spelman Conservative Caroline Spelman Conservative Merthyr Tydfil and Rhymney Dai Havard Labour Dai Havard Labour Mid Bedfordshire Nadine Dorries Conservative Jonathan Sayeed Conservative Mid Dorset and North Poole Annette Brooke Liberal Democrat Annette Brooke Liberal Democrat Mid Norfolk Keith Simpson Conservative Keith Simpson Conservative Mid Sussex Nicholas Soames Conservative Nicholas Soames Conservative Mid Ulster Martin McGuinness Sinn Féin Martin McGuinness Sinn Féin Mid Worcestershire Peter Luff Conservative Peter Luff Conservative Middlesbrough Sir Stuart Bell Labour Sir Stuart Bell Labour Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland Dr Ashok Kumar Labour Dr Ashok Kumar Labour Midlothian David Hamilton Labour (boundary changes) Labour Milton Keynes South West Dr Phyllis Starkey Labour Dr Phyllis Starkey Labour Mitcham and Morden Siobhain McDonagh Labour Siobhain McDonagh Labour Mole Valley Sir Paul Beresford Conservative Sir Paul Beresford Conservative Monmouth David Davies Conservative Huw Edwards Labour Montgomeryshire Lembit Öpik Liberal Democrat Lembit Öpik Liberal Democrat Moray Angus Robertson Scottish National Party (boundary changes) Scottish National Party Morecambe and Lunesdale Geraldine Smith Labour Geraldine Smith Labour Morley and Rothwell Colin Challen Labour Colin Challen Labour Motherwell and Wishaw Frank Roy Labour (boundary changes) Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Na h-Eileanan an Iar
Angus MacNeil Scottish National Party Calum Macdonald Labour Neath Peter Hain Labour Peter Hain Labour New Forest East Dr Julian Lewis Conservative Dr Julian Lewis Conservative New Forest West Desmond Swayne Conservative Desmond Swayne Conservative Newark Patrick Mercer Conservative Patrick Mercer Conservative Newbury Richard Benyon Conservative David Rendel Liberal Democrat Newcastle upon Tyne Central Jim Cousins Labour Jim Cousins Labour Newcastle upon Tyne East and Wallsend Nick Brown Labour Nick Brown Labour Newcastle upon Tyne North Doug Henderson Labour Doug Henderson Labour Newcastle-under-Lyme Paul Farrelly Labour Paul Farrelly Labour Newport East Jessica Morden Labour Alan Howarth Labour Newport West Paul Flynn Labour Paul Flynn Labour Newry and Armagh Conor Murphy Sinn Féin Seamus Mallon Social Democratic and Labour Normanton Ed Balls Labour/Co-operative Bill O'Brien Labour North Antrim The Rev. Ian Paisley Democratic Unionist The Rev. Ian Paisley Democratic Unionist North Ayrshire and Arran Katy Clark Labour (boundary changes) Labour North Cornwall Dan Rogerson Liberal Democrat Paul Tyler Liberal Democrat North Devon Nick Harvey Liberal Democrat Nick Harvey Liberal Democrat North Dorset Robert Walter Conservative Robert Walter Conservative North Down Lady Sylvia Hermon Ulster Unionist Lady Sylvia Hermon Ulster Unionist North Durham Kevan Jones Labour Kevan Jones Labour North East Bedfordshire Alistair Burt Conservative Alistair Burt Conservative North East Cambridgeshire Malcolm Moss Conservative Malcolm Moss Conservative North East Derbyshire Natascha Engel Labour Harry Barnes Labour North East Hampshire James Arbuthnot Conservative James Arbuthnot Conservative North East Hertfordshire Oliver Heald Conservative Oliver Heald Conservative North East Milton Keynes Mark Lancaster Conservative Brian White Labour North Essex Bernard Jenkin Conservative Bernard Jenkin Conservative North Norfolk Norman Lamb Liberal Democrat Norman Lamb Liberal Democrat North Shropshire Owen Paterson Conservative Owen Paterson Conservative North Thanet Roger Gale Conservative Roger Gale Conservative North Tyneside Stephen Byers Labour Stephen Byers Labour North Warwickshire Mike O'Brien Labour Mike O'Brien Labour North West Cambridgeshire Shailesh Vara Conservative Sir Brian Mawhinney Conservative North West Durham Hilary Armstrong Labour Hilary Armstrong Labour North West Hampshire Sir George Young Conservative Sir George Young Conservative North West Leicestershire David Taylor Labour/Co-operative David Taylor Labour/Co-operative North West Norfolk Henry Bellingham Conservative Henry Bellingham Conservative North Wiltshire James Gray Conservative James Gray Conservative Northampton North Sally Keeble Labour Sally Keeble Labour Northampton South Brian Binley Conservative Tony Clarke Labour Northavon Steve Webb Liberal Democrat Steve Webb Liberal Democrat Norwich North Dr Ian Gibson Labour Dr Ian Gibson Labour Norwich South Charles Clarke Labour Charles Clarke Labour Nottingham East John Heppell Labour John Heppell Labour Nottingham North Graham Allen Labour Graham Allen Labour Nottingham South Alan Simpson Labour Alan Simpson Labour Nuneaton Bill Olner Labour Bill Olner Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Ochil and South Perthshire Gordon Banks Labour (boundary changes) Labour Ogmore Huw Irranca-Davies Labour Huw Irranca-Davies Labour Old Bexley and Sidcup Derek Conway Conservative a Derek Conway Conservative Oldham East and Saddleworth Phil Woolas Labour Phil Woolas Labour Oldham West and Royton Michael Meacher Labour Michael Meacher Labour Orkney and Shetland Alistair Carmichael Liberal Democrat Alistair Carmichael Liberal Democrat Orpington John Horam Conservative John Horam Conservative Oxford East Andrew Smith Labour Andrew Smith Labour Oxford West and Abingdon Dr Evan Harris Liberal Democrat Dr Evan Harris Liberal Democrat
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Paisley and Renfrewshire North James Sheridan Labour (boundary changes) Labour Paisley and Renfrewshire South Douglas Alexander Labour (boundary changes) Labour Pendle Gordon Prentice Labour Gordon Prentice Labour Penrith and The Border David Maclean Conservative David Maclean Conservative Perth and North Perthshire Peter Wishart Scottish National Party (boundary changes) Scottish National Party Peterborough Stewart Jackson Conservative Helen Clark Labour Plymouth Devonport Alison Seabeck Labour David Jamieson Labour Plymouth Sutton Linda Gilroy Labour/Co-operative Linda Gilroy Labour/Co-operative Pontefract and Castleford Yvette Cooper Labour Yvette Cooper Labour Pontypridd Dr Kim Howells Labour Dr Kim Howells Labour Poole Robert Syms Conservative Robert Syms Conservative Poplar and Canning Town Jim Fitzpatrick Labour Jim Fitzpatrick Labour Portsmouth North Sarah McCarthy-Fry Labour/Co-operative Syd Rapson Labour Portsmouth South Mike Hancock Liberal Democrat Mike Hancock Liberal Democrat Preseli Pembrokeshire Stephen Crabb Conservative Jackie Lawrence Labour Preston Mark Hendrick Labour/Co-operative Mark Hendrick Labour/Co-operative Pudsey Paul Truswell Labour Paul Truswell Labour Putney Justine Greening Conservative Tony Colman Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Rayleigh Mark Francois Conservative Mark Francois Conservative Reading East Rob Wilson Conservative Jane Griffiths Labour Reading West Martin Salter Labour Martin Salter Labour Redcar Vera Baird Labour Vera Baird Labour Redditch Jacqui Smith Labour Jacqui Smith Labour Regent's Park and Kensington North Karen Buck Labour Karen Buck Labour Reigate Crispin Blunt Conservative Crispin Blunt Conservative Rhondda Chris Bryant Labour Chris Bryant Labour Ribble Valley Nigel Evans Conservative Nigel Evans Conservative Richmond, North Yorkshire William Hague Conservative William Hague Conservative Richmond Park Susan Kramer Liberal Democrat Dr Jenny Tonge Liberal Democrat Rochdale Paul Rowen Liberal Democrat Lorna Fitzsimons Labour Rochford and Southend East James Duddridge Conservative Sir Teddy Taylor Conservative Romford Andrew Rosindell Conservative Andrew Rosindell Conservative Romsey Sandra Gidley Liberal Democrat Sandra Gidley Liberal Democrat Ross, Skye and Lochaber Charles Kennedy Liberal Democrat (boundary changes) Liberal Democrat Rossendale and Darwen Janet Anderson Labour Janet Anderson Labour Rother Valley Kevin Barron Labour Kevin Barron Labour Rotherham Dr Denis MacShane Labour Dr Denis MacShane Labour Rugby and Kenilworth Jeremy Wright Conservative Andy King Labour Ruislip-Northwood Nick Hurd Conservative John Wilkinson Conservative Runnymede and Weybridge Philip Hammond Conservative Philip Hammond Conservative Rushcliffe Kenneth Clarke Conservative Kenneth Clarke Conservative Rutherglen and Hamilton West Thomas McAvoy Labour (boundary changes) Labour Rutland and Melton Alan Duncan Conservative Alan Duncan Conservative Ryedale John Greenway Conservative John Greenway Conservative
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Saffron Walden Sir Alan Haselhurst Conservative Sir Alan Haselhurst Deputy Speaker
(Elected as Conservative)
St Albans Anne Main Conservative Kerry Pollard Labour St Helens North David Watts Labour David Watts Labour St Helens South Shaun Woodward Labour Shaun Woodward Labour St Ives Andrew George Liberal Democrat Andrew George Liberal Democrat Salford Hazel Blears Labour Hazel Blears Labour Salisbury Robert Key Conservative Robert Key Conservative Scarborough and Whitby Robert Goodwill Conservative Lawrie Quinn Labour Scunthorpe Elliot Morley Laboura Elliot Morley Labour Sedgefield b Tony Blair Labour Tony Blair Labour Selby John Grogan Labour John Grogan Labour Sevenoaks Michael Fallon Conservative Michael Fallon Conservative Sheffield Central Richard Caborn Labour Richard Caborn Labour Sheffield Attercliffe Clive Betts Labour Clive Betts Labour Sheffield Brightside David Blunkett Labour David Blunkett Labour Sheffield Hallam Nicholas Clegg Liberal Democrat Richard Allan Liberal Democrat Sheffield Heeley Meg Munn Labour/Co-operative Meg Munn Labour/Co-operative Sheffield Hillsborough Angela Smith Labour Helen Jackson Labour Sherwood Paddy Tipping Labour Paddy Tipping Labour Shipley Philip Davies Conservative Chris Leslie Labour Shrewsbury and Atcham Daniel Kawczynski Conservative Paul Marsden Independent Labour Sittingbourne and Sheppey Derek Wyatt Labour Derek Wyatt Labour Skipton and Ripon David Curry Conservative David Curry Conservative Sleaford and North Hykeham Douglas Hogg Conservative Douglas Hogg Conservative Slough Fiona Mactaggart Labour Fiona Mactaggart Labour Solihull Lorely Burt Liberal Democrat John Taylor Conservative Somerton and Frome David Heath Liberal Democrat David Heath Liberal Democrat South Antrim William McCrea Democratic Unionist David Burnside Ulster Unionist South Cambridgeshire Andrew Lansley Conservative Andrew Lansley Conservative South Derbyshire Mark Todd Labour Mark Todd Labour South Dorset Jim Knight Labour Jim Knight Labour South Down Eddie McGrady Social Democratic and Labour Eddie McGrady Social Democratic and Labour South East Cambridgeshire James Paice Conservative James Paice Conservative South East Cornwall Colin Breed Liberal Democrat Colin Breed Liberal Democrat South Holland and The Deepings John Hayes Conservative John Hayes Conservative South Norfolk Richard Bacon Conservative Richard Bacon Conservative South Ribble David Borrow Labour David Borrow Labour South Shields David Miliband Labour David Miliband Labour South Staffordshire Sir Patrick Cormack Conservative Sir Patrick Cormack Conservative South Suffolk Tim Yeo Conservative Tim Yeo Conservative South Thanet Dr Stephen Ladyman Labour Dr Stephen Ladyman Labour South West Bedfordshire Andrew Selous Conservative Andrew Selous Conservative South West Devon Gary Streeter Conservative Gary Streeter Conservative South West Hertfordshire David Gauke Conservative Richard Page Conservative South West Norfolk Christopher Fraser Conservative Gillian Shephard Conservative South West Surrey Jeremy Hunt Conservative Virginia Bottomley Conservative Southampton Itchen John Denham Labour John Denham Labour Southampton Test Dr Alan Whitehead Labour Dr Alan Whitehead Labour Southend West David Amess Conservative David Amess Conservative Southport Dr John Pugh Liberal Democrat Dr John Pugh Liberal Democrat North Southwark and Bermondsey Simon Hughes Liberal Democrat Simon Hughes Liberal Democrat Spelthorne David Wilshire Conservative David Wilshire Conservative Stafford David Kidney Labour David Kidney Labour Staffordshire Moorlands Charlotte Atkins Labour Charlotte Atkins Labour Stalybridge and Hyde James Purnell Labour James Purnell Labour Stevenage Barbara Follett Labour Barbara Follett Labour Stirling Anne McGuire Labour (boundary changes) Labour Stockport Ann Coffey Labour Ann Coffey Labour Stockton North Frank Cook Labour Frank Cook Labour Stockton South Dari Taylor Labour Dari Taylor Labour Stoke-on-Trent Central Mark Fisher Labour Mark Fisher Labour Stoke-on-Trent North Joan Walley Labour Joan Walley Labour Stoke-on-Trent South Robert Flello Labour George Stevenson Labour Stone Bill Cash Conservative Bill Cash Conservative Stourbridge Lynda Waltho Labour Debra Shipley Labour Strangford Iris Robinson Democratic Unionist Iris Robinson Democratic Unionist Stratford-on-Avon John Maples Conservative John Maples Conservative Streatham Keith Hill Labour Keith Hill Labour Stretford and Urmston Beverley Hughes Labour Beverley Hughes Labour Stroud David Drew Labour/Co-operative David Drew Labour/Co-operative Suffolk Coastal John Gummer Conservative John Gummer Conservative Sunderland North Bill Etherington Labour Bill Etherington Labour Sunderland South Chris Mullin Labour Chris Mullin Labour Surrey Heath Michael Gove Conservative Nick Hawkins Conservative Sutton and Cheam Paul Burstow Liberal Democrat Paul Burstow Liberal Democrat Sutton Coldfield Andrew Mitchell Conservative Andrew Mitchell Conservative Swansea East Sian James Labour Donald Anderson Labour Swansea West Alan Williams Labour Alan Williams Labour Swindon North Michael Wills Labour Michael Wills Labour Swindon South Anne Snelgrove Labour Julia Drown Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Tamworth Brian Jenkins Labour Brian Jenkins Labour Tatton George Osborne Conservative George Osborne Conservative Taunton Jeremy Browne Liberal Democrat Adrian John Flook Conservative Teignbridge Richard Younger-Ross Liberal Democrat Richard Younger-Ross Liberal Democrat Telford David Wright Labour David Wright Labour Tewkesbury Laurence Robertson Conservative Laurence Robertson Conservative Thurrock Andrew Mackinlay Labour Andrew Mackinlay Labour Tiverton and Honiton Angela Browning Conservative Angela Browning Conservative Tonbridge and Malling Sir John Stanley Conservative Sir John Stanley Conservative Tooting Sadiq Khan Labour Tom Cox Labour Torbay Adrian Sanders Liberal Democrat Adrian Sanders Liberal Democrat Torfaen Paul Murphy Labour Paul Murphy Labour Torridge and West Devon Geoffrey Cox Conservative John Burnett Liberal Democrat Totnes Anthony Steen Conservative Anthony Steen Conservative Tottenham David Lammy Labour David Lammy Labour Truro and St Austell Matthew Taylor Liberal Democrat Matthew Taylor Liberal Democrat Tunbridge Wells Greg Clark Conservative Archie Norman Conservative Twickenham Dr Vincent Cable Liberal Democrat Dr Vincent Cable Liberal Democrat Tyne Bridge David Clelland Labour David Clelland Labour Tynemouth Alan Campbell Labour Alan Campbell Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Upminster Angela Watkinson Conservative Angela Watkinson Conservative Upper Bann David Simpson Democratic Unionist David Trimble Ulster Unionist Uxbridge John Randall Conservative John Randall Conservative
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Vale of Clwyd Chris Ruane Labour Chris Ruane Labour Vale of Glamorgan John Smith Labour John Smith Labour Vale of York Anne McIntosh Conservative Anne McIntosh Conservative Vauxhall Kate Hoey Labour Kate Hoey Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Wakefield Mary Creagh Labour David Hinchliffe Labour Wallasey Angela Eagle Labour Angela Eagle Labour Walsall North David Winnick Labour David Winnick Labour Walsall South Bruce George Labour Bruce George Labour Walthamstow Neil Gerrard Labour Neil Gerrard Labour Wansbeck Denis Murphy Labour Denis Murphy Labour Wansdyke Dan Norris Labour Dan Norris Labour Wantage Ed Vaizey Conservative Robert V. Jackson Labour Warley John Spellar Labour John Spellar Labour Warrington North Helen Jones Labour Helen Jones Labour Warrington South Helen Southworth Labour Helen Southworth Labour Warwick and Leamington James Plaskitt Labour James Plaskitt Labour Watford Claire Ward Labour Claire Ward Labour Waveney Bob Blizzard Labour Bob Blizzard Labour Wealden Charles Hendry Conservative Charles Hendry Conservative Weaver Vale Mike Hall Labour Mike Hall Labour Wellingborough Peter Bone Conservative Paul Stinchcombe Labour Wells David Heathcoat-Amory Conservative David Heathcoat-Amory Conservative Welwyn Hatfield Grant Shapps Conservative Melanie Johnson Labour Wentworth John Healey Labour John Healey Labour West Aberdeenshire and Kincardine Sir Robert Smith, Bt Liberal Democrat (boundary changes) Liberal Democrat West Bromwich East Tom Watson Labour Tom Watson Labour West Bromwich West Adrian Bailey Labour Adrian Bailey Labour West Derbyshire Patrick McLoughlin Conservative Patrick McLoughlin Conservative West Dorset Oliver Letwin Conservative Oliver Letwin Conservative West Dunbartonshire John McFall Labour/Co-operative (boundary changes) Labour West Ham Lyn Brown Labour Tony Banks Labour West Lancashire Rosie Cooper Labour Colin Pickthall Labour West Suffolk Richard Spring Conservative Richard Spring Conservative West Tyrone Pat Doherty Sinn Féin Pat Doherty Sinn Féin West Worcestershire Sir Michael Spicer Conservative Sir Michael Spicer Conservative Westbury Dr Andrew Murrison Conservative Dr Andrew Murrison Conservative Westmorland and Lonsdale Tim Farron Liberal Democrat Tim Collins Conservative Weston-Super-Mare John Penrose Conservative Brian Cotter Liberal Democrat Wigan Neil Turner Labour Neil Turner Labour Wimbledon Stephen Hammond Conservative Roger Casale Labour Winchester Mark Oaten Liberal Democrat Mark Oaten Liberal Democrat Windsor Adam Afriyie Conservative Michael Trend Conservative Wirral South Ben Chapman Labour Ben Chapman Labour Wirral West Stephen Hesford Labour Stephen Hesford Labour Witney David Cameron Conservative David Cameron Conservative Woking Humfrey Malins Conservative Humfrey Malins Conservative Wokingham John Redwood Conservative John Redwood Conservative Wolverhampton North East Ken Purchase Labour Ken Purchase Labour Wolverhampton South East Pat McFadden Labour Dennis Turner Labour Wolverhampton South West Rob Marris Labour Rob Marris Labour Woodspring Dr Liam Fox Conservative Dr Liam Fox Conservative Worcester Michael Foster Labour Michael Foster Labour Workington Tony Cunningham Labour Tony Cunningham Labour Worsley Barbara Keeley Labour Terence Lewis Labour Worthing West Peter Bottomley Conservative Peter Bottomley Conservative Wrekin, The Mark Pritchard Conservative Peter Bradley Labour Wrexham Ian Lucas Labour Ian Lucas Labour Wycombe Paul Goodman Conservative Paul Goodman Conservative Wyre Forest Dr Richard Taylor Health Concern Dr Richard Taylor Health Concern Wythenshawe and Sale East Paul Goggins Labour Paul Goggins Labour
Constituency Elected MP Elected Party Previous MP Previous Party Yeovil David Laws Liberal Democrat David Laws Liberal Democrat Ynys Môn
(Isle of Anglesey)
Albert Owen Labour Albert Owen Labour York, City of Hugh Bayley Labour Hugh Bayley Labour
- South Staffordshire - due to the death of a candidate standing in both for parliament and a seat on the council after some of the postal votes had been received, the elections in this constituency were postponed until 23 June 2005. Sir Patrick Cormack (Conservative), the incumbent Member of Parliament retained his seat with an increased majority.
- 14 July: Cheadle — Mark Hunter (Lib Dem), to replace Patsy Calton (Lib Dem) who died on 29 May
- 29 September: Livingston — Jim Devine (Lab), to replace Robin Cook (Lab) who died on 6 August
- 9 February: Dunfermline and West Fife — Willie Rennie (Lib Dem), to replace Rachel Squire (Lab), who died on 5 January
- 29 June: Blaenau Gwent — Dai Davies (Ind), to replace Peter Law (Ind) who died on 25 April
- 29 June: Bromley and Chislehurst — Bob Neill (Con), to replace Eric Forth (Con) who died on 17 May
- 19 July: Ealing Southall — Virendra Sharma (Lab) to replace Piara Khabra (Lab) who died on 19 June
- 19 July: Sedgefield — Phil Wilson (Lab) to replace Tony Blair (Lab), who resigned to take up a new role as Middle East Envoy
- 22 May: Crewe and Nantwich — Edward Timpson (Con) to replace Gwyneth Dunwoody (Lab) who died on 17 April
- 26 June: Henley — John Howell (Con) to replace Boris Johnson (Con), who resigned after being elected Mayor of London.
- 10 July: Haltemprice and Howden — David Davis (Con) resigned to stand for re-election, in protest over the Government's policy of detaining terror suspects for up to 42 days without charge
- 24 July: Glasgow East — John Mason (SNP) to replace David Marshall (Lab) who resigned due to ill health
- 6 November: Glenrothes — Lindsay Roy (Lab) to replace John MacDougall (Lab), who died on 13 August
- 23 July: Norwich North - Chloe Smith (Con) to replace Ian Gibson (Lab), who resigned after a Labour Party panel prohibited him from standing for re-election.
- 12 November: Glasgow North East - Willie Bain (Lab) to replace Michael Martin (Speaker), who resigned during the MPs' expenses controversy.
- Clare Short (Birmingham Ladywood) — resigned the Labour whip on 20 October 2006 and became Independent Labour.
- Quentin Davies (Grantham and Stamford) — defected from Conservatives to Labour on 26 June.
- Bob Wareing (Liverpool West Derby) — resigned the Labour whip and became an Independent from 16 September 2007.
- Andrew Pelling (Croydon Central) — suspended from Conservative party and sat as an Independent Conservative from 18 September 2007; since October 2008 he has sat as an Independent.
- Derek Conway (Old Bexley and Sidcup) — Conservative whip withdrawn on 29 January after allegations of corruption.
- Bob Spink (Castle Point) — defected from Conservative to UKIP on 21 April 2008.
- John Bercow (Buckingham) — Conservative elected Speaker on 22 June
- David Taylor (North West Leicestershire) died on 26 December
- Iris Robinson (Strangford) — resigned her seat on 18 January
- David Chaytor (Bury North) — Labour Party whip suspended on 8 February due to criminal charges over the expenses scandal.
- Jim Devine (Livingston — Labour Party whip suspended on 8 February due to criminal charges over the expenses scandal.
- Elliot Morley (Scunthorpe) — Labour Party whip suspended on 8 February due to criminal charges over the expenses scandal.
- Ashok Kumar (Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland) died on 15 March
- Sylvia Hermon (North Down) — resigned from the Ulster Unionist Party on 25 March in order to stand as an independent candidate in the forthcoming general election.
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