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Nottingham North

2010 Results:
Conservative: 8508 (24.82%)
Labour: 16646 (48.55%)
Liberal Democrat: 5849 (17.06%)
BNP: 1944 (5.67%)
UKIP: 1338 (3.9%)
Majority: 8138 (23.73%)

Notional 2005 Results:
Labour: 17864 (59.4%)
Conservative: 5414 (18%)
Liberal Democrat: 5092 (16.9%)
Other: 1691 (5.6%)
Majority: 12450 (41.4%)

Actual 2005 result
Conservative: 5671 (18.7%)
Labour: 17842 (58.7%)
Liberal Democrat: 5190 (17.1%)
UKIP: 1680 (5.5%)
Majority: 12171 (40.1%)

2001 Result
Conservative: 7152 (23.8%)
Labour: 19392 (64.5%)
Liberal Democrat: 3177 (10.6%)
Other: 321 (1.1%)
Majority: 12240 (40.7%)

1997 Result
Conservative: 8402 (20.3%)
Labour: 27203 (65.7%)
Liberal Democrat: 3301 (8%)
Referendum: 1858 (4.5%)
Other: 637 (1.5%)
Majority: 18801 (45.4%)

Boundary changes:

Profile:

portraitCurrent MP: Graham Allen(Labour) (more information at They work for you)

2010 election candidates:
portraitMartin Curtis (Conservative) Cambridgeshire County councillor since 2005. Fenland district councillor.
portraitGraham Allen(Labour) (more information at They work for you)
portraitTim Ball (Liberal Democrat) born 1959. Educated at Ilkeston School and Birmingham University. Computer programmer. Contested Nottingham East 2001.
portraitIrenea Marriot (UKIP)
portraitBob Brindley (BNP)

2001 Census Demographics

Total 2001 Population: 91747
Male: 48.2%
Female: 51.8%
Under 18: 27.5%
Over 60: 19.3%
Born outside UK: 4.9%
White: 91%
Black: 3.6%
Asian: 1.9%
Mixed: 3%
Other: 0.4%
Christian: 61.3%
Muslim: 1.1%
Sikh: 0.6%
Full time students: 3.3%
Graduates 16-74: 8.4%
No Qualifications 16-74: 44.3%
Owner-Occupied: 50.3%
Social Housing: 41.2% (Council: 36.6%, Housing Ass.: 4.6%)
Privately Rented: 4.8%
Homes without central heating and/or private bathroom: 6.7%

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