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Milton Keynes South

2010 Results:
Conservative: 23034 (41.63%)
Labour: 17833 (32.23%)
Liberal Democrat: 9787 (17.69%)
BNP: 1502 (2.71%)
UKIP: 2074 (3.75%)
Green: 774 (1.4%)
Others: 329 (0.59%)
Majority: 5201 (9.4%)

Notional 2005 Results:
Labour: 19818 (39.7%)
Conservative: 19334 (38.7%)
Liberal Democrat: 7725 (15.5%)
Other: 3025 (6.1%)
Majority: 483 (1%)

Actual 2005 result
Conservative: 16852 (34.6%)
Labour: 20862 (42.8%)
Liberal Democrat: 7909 (16.2%)
Green: 1336 (2.7%)
UKIP: 1750 (3.6%)
Majority: 4010 (8.2%)

2001 Result
Conservative: 15506 (34.2%)
Labour: 22484 (49.5%)
Liberal Democrat: 4828 (10.6%)
UKIP: 848 (1.9%)
Green: 957 (2.1%)
Other: 761 (1.7%)
Majority: 6978 (15.4%)

1997 Result
Conservative: 17006 (33.5%)
Labour: 27298 (53.8%)
Liberal Democrat: 6065 (11.9%)
Other: 389 (0.8%)
Majority: 10292 (20.3%)

Boundary changes:

Profile:

portraitCurrent MP: Iain Stewart (Conservative)

2010 election candidates:
portraitIain Stewart (Conservative)
portraitPhyllis Starkey(Labour) (more information at They work for you)
portraitPeter Jones (Liberal Democrat)
portraitKatrina Deacon (Green)
portraitPhilip Pinto (UKIP)
portraitMatthew Tait (BNP)
portraitSuzanne N`ti (CPA)
portraitJonathan Worth (Nationwide Reform)

2001 Census Demographics

Total 2001 Population: 108455
Male: 49.6%
Female: 50.4%
Under 18: 26.2%
Over 60: 13.7%
Born outside UK: 10.1%
White: 90.5%
Black: 2.3%
Asian: 3.8%
Mixed: 1.8%
Other: 1.6%
Christian: 65.3%
Hindu: 1.2%
Muslim: 2.4%
Full time students: 2.2%
Graduates 16-74: 18%
No Qualifications 16-74: 25.7%
Owner-Occupied: 68.6%
Social Housing: 22.5% (Council: 15.2%, Housing Ass.: 7.4%)
Privately Rented: 6.8%
Homes without central heating and/or private bathroom: 2.4%

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