Friday, January 25, 2008

Histories of Britain's Parliamentary Constituencies


Former Tory MP for Gravesham Jacques Arnold has launched a new ONLINE SHOP to sell his much admired constituency profiles.
These have proved extremely popular with candidates of all political parties applying for constituencies. They give historical information about each constituency in the country going back to the 19th century. You can either buy them in county bundles or individually.
And no, I'm not on commission!

10 comments:

Anonymous said...

I see in the future, Red Ken has taken over Cornwall?

Anonymous said...

And which ones have you bought? How much for a secondhand Maidstone edition?

Anonymous said...

blimey, £33 each, times about 1,000, quite expensive innit.

How many words in each of these?

Anonymous said...

"How many words in each of these."

Knowing Jacques Arnold - far too many !

Anonymous said...

Perhaps one day a candidate will never have to step foot in their targeted constituency.

Wouldn't that be marvellous.

Anonymous said...

The Scottish Independence Convention launched a national petition to demand a referendum on Scottish Independence in the Scottish Parliament today. The campaign is appropriately called, "Let Scotland Decide", and there will be a celebratory launch amid great fanfare and celebration at a Burns Supper on Sunday 27 January in Oran Mor, Glasgow.

http://www.scottishindependenceconvention.com/Introduction.asp

Gus @ 1820.org.uk

Votedave said...

This will interest those of us who visit Anthony Wells' UK Polling Report website I'm sure.

Anonymous said...

so why is Cornwall linked to London 'SE'EUSSR Region as an Identity

David from W5 said...

They may be good, but the price....

dee side said...

Perhaps it is about time this country had members of parliament who actually come from and know of old the constituency they represent. If they have to look it up then they are not "fit for purpose". Cut down on the gravy train a bit, wouldn't it?