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Election results

MPs and MEPs

Members of Parliament (MPs)

Middlesbrough is divided into two parliamentary constituencies - 'Middlesbrough' and 'Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland'. Your constituency depends on which ward you live in.

Parliament was dissolved on 6 November 2019. There are no MPs until after the general election on 12 December 2019.

Middlesbrough constituency

If you live in any of the following areas, your MP will be the MP for Middlesbrough:

  • Acklam
  • Ayresome
  • Berwick Hills and Pallister
  • Brambles and Thorntree
  • Central
  • Kader
  • Ladgate (part)
  • Linthorpe
  • Longlands and Beechwood
  • Newport
  • North Ormesby
  • Park
  • Trimdon

Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland constituency

If you live in any of the following areas, your MP will be the MP for Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland:

  • Coulby Newham
  • Hemlington
  • Ladgate (part)
  • Marton East
  • Marton West
  • Nunthorpe
  • Stainton and Thornton

If you live in Ladgate ward and aren't sure how to find out if you're in Middlesbrough or Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland, you can use the Ordnance Survey election maps. Choose 'Westminster Constituencies' from 'Popular Boundaries' to see the border between the two constituencies in Middlesbrough. Then click on whichever area your street falls in, to see which constituency it is.

Members of European Parliament (MEPs)

Members of the European Parliament are elected by you in the European elections and serve for up to five years. The MEPs for the north east region are: