|for the House of Commons|
Boundary of Livingston in Scotland.
|Subdivisions of Scotland||West Lothian|
|Member of Parliament||Graeme Morrice (Labour)|
|European Parliament constituency||Scotland|
Livingston is a county constituency of the House of Commons of the Parliament of the United Kingdom, to which it returns one Member of Parliament (MP). Elections are held using the first-past-the-post voting system.
It was formed from parts of traditional Midlothian and West Lothian for the 1983 general election. A similar constituency, also called Livingston, is used by the Scottish Parliament. In 2005 a small part of the Linlithgow constituency was moved into Livingston.
The constituency covers the eastern portion of the West Lothian council area, and is dominated by Livingston. It is bordered by the constituencies of Edinburgh West, Edinburgh South West, Dumfriesshire, Lanark and Hamilton East, Airdrie and Shotts, and Linlithgow and East Falkirk.
The Member of Parliament for this seat had been Robin Cook of the Labour Party since its creation in 1983. Following his death on 6 August 2005 a by-election was held on 29 September, and Jim Devine was elected. On 8 February 2010 Jim Devine was suspended from the Labour party after he was charged over the expenses scandal.
|1983||Robin Cook||Labour||Foreign Secretary 1997–2001|
|2005 by-election||Jim Devine||Labour||barred from standing at the 2010 general election by the Labour Party ruling council |
|General Election 2010: Livingston|
|Liberal Democrat||Charles Dundas||5,316||11.1||-4.3|
|Scottish Socialist||Ally Hendry||242||0.5||-1.3|
|Livingston by-election, 2005|
|Liberal Democrat||Charles Dundas||4,362||14.8||-0.6|
|Scottish Green||David Robertson||529||1.8|
|Scottish Socialist||Steven Nimmo||407||1.4||-0.4|
|Alliance for Change||John William Allman||33||0.1|
|Socialist (GB)||Brian Gardner||32||0.1|
|General Election 2005: Livingston|
|Liberal Democrat||Charles Dundas||6,832||15.4||+5.5|
|Scottish Socialist||Steven Nimmo||789||1.8||-1.2|
|General Election 2001: Livingston|
|Liberal Democrat||Gordon Mackenzie||3,969||11.0||+4.3|
|Scottish Socialist||Wendy Milne||1,110||3.1||N/A|
|General Election 1997: Livingston|
|Conservative||Hugh Craigie Halkett||4,028||9.4||−10.0|
|Liberal Democrat||Ewan Hawthorn||2,876||6.7||−1.9|
|Referendum Party||Helen Campbell||444||1.0||N/A|
|Socialist (GB)||Matt Culbert||213||0.5||N/A|
|General Election 1992: Livingston|
|Conservative||Hugh Hunter Gordon||8,824||19.4||+0.7|
|Liberal Democrat||Fred Mackintosh||3,911||8.6||−10.5|
|Scottish Green||A. Ross-Smith||469||1.0|
|General Election 1987: Livingston|
|SDP–Liberal Alliance||R. McCreadle||8,005||19.1||−5.5|
|General Election 1983: Livingston|
|SDP–Liberal Alliance||A. Henderson||9,304||24.6||N/A|
|New creation: Labour gain.||Swing||N/A|
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