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Don Valley is a parliamentary constituency which returns one Member of Parliament (MP) to the House of Commonsmarker of the Parliament of the United Kingdommarker.

Created in 1918, Don Valley is a former coal mining area which has elected only Labour MPs since 1922.

Boundaries

The current constituency consists of the southern Borough of Doncastermarker, from Hatfieldmarker and the Humberhead Peatlands Nature Reserve in the north and northeast, through Branton, Auckley, and Rossington, to the Torne Valley electoral ward which consists of Wadworth, Tickhill, Braithwell, and in the west the towns of Spotbrough, and Conisbroughmarker.

In boundary changes to take place for the Next United Kingdom general election, Spotbrough is moved to Doncaster Northmarker, while in the east the town of Thorne is moved from Doncaster North into Don Valley.

Members of Parliament

It is currently represented by Caroline Flint of Labour.

Election Member Party
1918 James Walton National Democratic
1922 Tom Williams Labour
1959 Richard Kelley Labour
1979 Michael Welsh Labour
1983 Martin Redmond Labour
1997 Caroline Flint Labour


Elections

Don Valley general election results

Elections in the 2000s

Elections in the 1990s

Elections in the 1980s

Elections in the 1970s

Elections in the 1960s

Elections in the 1950s

Elections in the 1940s

Elections in the 1930s

Elections in the 1920s

Elections in the 1910s

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