Northampton North is a
represented in the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United
It elects one Member of Parliament
(MP) by the
first past the post
election. It was created before the election of
1974 when the old constituency of
Northampton was split into Northampton North and Northampton South.
their review of parliamentary representation in Northamptonshire, the Boundary Commission for
England has created a new seat for county which has meant
consequential changes to the existing seats.
The modified Northampton North is formed from the following
seat in Northampton is Northampton South.
- Abington, Boughton Green, Eastfield, Headlands, Kingsley,
Kingsthorpe, Lumbertubs, Parklands, St David and Thorplands
Members of Parliament
Elections in the 2000s
Elections in the 1970s