South West Cambridgeshire (UK Parliament Constituency)

South West Cambridgeshire (UK Parliament Constituency)

South West Cambridgeshire is a former United Kingdom Parliamentary constituency. Created in 1983 upon the abolition of the Cambridgeshire constituency, it was abolished in 1997 and succeeded by the constituencies of South Cambridgeshire and Huntingdon.

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