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North East Cambridgeshire

ConstituencyNorth East Cambridgeshire
Holding PartyConservative
Member of ParliamentStephen Barclay
Change from 2015CON HOLD
2015 ResultCon
2017 Election Turnout63%
2017 Majority21,270
EU Leave %69.5%

The postcode PE13 3LA is located in North East Cambridgeshire, a UK parliament constituency represented in the House of Commons by Stephen Barclay of the Conservative party.

North East Cambridgeshire is held by Conservative, who won the 2017 General Election with a majority of 21,270.

The North East Cambridgeshire constituency has a total population of 113,387, of whom 90,401 are eligible to vote.

North East Cambridgeshire ranks 71th in terms of population size. Election turnout for the North East Cambridgeshire constituency in 2017 was 63%, lower than the average UK turnout at 68.7%.

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North East Cambridgeshire Member of Parliament

Stephen Barclay MP

Stephen Barclay MP

Stephen Barclay MP
House of Commons
Phone: 020 7219 4272

MPs represent all their constituents, whether they vote for them or not. You can contact your MP if you know of a problem affecting people in your neighbourhood, or to ask your MP to support a particular campaign. Writing to them is the best method because it provides a written record that can be referred to later.

Local Council

Fenland District Council
Fenland Hall
County Road
PE15 8NQ

Contact centre:
01354 654 321



Holding Party

Officially called the Conservative and Unionist, the Conservative party were founded in 1834 from the Tory Party, and one of the two main dominant political parties over the last two centuries. Their ideologies are conservatism, economic liberalism and British unionism, sitting on the centre-right of the political spectrum.