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Stoke-on-Trent North is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2019 by Jonathan Gullis, a member of the Conservative Party.

Stoke-on-Trent North
Borough constituency
for the House of Commons
Boundary of Stoke-on-Trent North in Staffordshire
Location of Staffordshire within England
CountyStaffordshire
Electorate72,225 (December 2010)
Major settlementsBurslem, Tunstall
Current constituency
Created1950
Member of ParliamentJonathan Gullis (Conservative)
Number of membersOne
Created fromBurslem, Hanley
Leek

Contents

The area has relatively fast connections compared to other seats in the county, equally to Greater Manchester and the West Midlands. However, the area's traditional pottery industry has shed many jobs. Workless claimants, registered jobseekers, were in November 2012 higher than the national average of 3.8%, at 5.2% of the population based on a statistical compilation by The Guardian, the middle figure of the three rates for the city's seats.

Map of current boundaries

Each of the three constituencies of Stoke-on-Trent contain two of the historic 'six towns' of the Potteries. Burslem and Tunstall are Stoke-on-Trent North's long-established ceramics and porcelain settlements; see Staffordshire Potteries.

2010–present: The City of Stoke-on-Trent wards of Burslem North, Burslem South, Chell and Packmoor, East Valley, Norton and Bradeley, and Tunstall, and the Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme wards of Butt Lane, Kidsgrove, Ravenscliffe, and Talke.

1997–2010: The City of Stoke-on-Trent wards of Burslem Central, Burslem Grange, Chell, East Valley, Norton and Bradeley, and Tunstall North, and the District of Staffordshire Moorlands wards of Brown Edge and Endon, and Stanley.

1983–1997: The City of Stoke-on-Trent wards of Burslem Central, Burslem Green, Chell, East Valley, Norton and Bradeley, and Tunstall North, and the Borough of Newcastle-under-Lyme wards of Butt Lane, Kidsgrove, Newchapel, and Talke.

1955–1983: The County Borough of Stoke-on-Trent wards numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8. 1950–1955: The County Borough of Stoke-on-Trent wards numbers 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 27.

This constituency was formed in 1950, at which time it incorporated parts of the former Leek and Hanley seats.

Prominent members

As a frontbench member in government, John Forrester became in 1970 a Health Minister, before the election of that year.

Elections in the 2010s

General election 2019: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Conservative Jonathan Gullis 20,974 52.3 7.0
Labour Ruth Smeeth 14,688 36.6 14.3
Brexit Party Richard Watkin 2,374 5.9 New
Liberal Democrats Peter Andras 1,268 3.2 1.0
Green Alan Borgars 508 1.3 0.3
Independent Matthew Dilworth 322 0.8 New
Majority 6,286 15.7 N/A
Turnout 40,134 57.5 1.1
Conservative gain from Labour Swing 10.7
General election 2017: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Ruth Smeeth 21,272 50.9 11.0
Conservative Benedict Adams 18,913 45.3 17.9
Liberal Democrats Richard Whelan 916 2.2 0.7
Green Doug Rouxel 685 1.6 1.2
Majority 2,359 5.6 6.9
Turnout 41,786 58.6 5.4
Labour hold Swing 3.4
General election 2015: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Ruth Smeeth 15,429 39.9 4.4
Conservative Benedict Adams 10,593 27.4 3.6
UKIP Geoff Locke 9,542 24.7 18.5
Liberal Democrats Paul Roberts 1,137 2.9 14.8
Green Sean Adam 1,091 2.8 New
Independent John Millward 508 1.3 New
Independent Craig Pond 354 0.9 New
Majority 4,836 12.5 8.0
Turnout 38,654 53.2 2.6
Labour hold Swing 4.0
General election 2010: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joan Walley 17,815 44.3 11.5
Conservative Andy Large 9,580 23.8 6.0
Liberal Democrats John Fisher 7,120 17.7 4.2
BNP Melanie Baddeley 3,196 8.0 2.0
UKIP Geoff Locke 2,485 6.2 2.1
Majority 8,235 20.5 11.9
Turnout 40,196 55.8 4.9
Labour hold Swing 8.8

Elections of the 2000s

General election 2005: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joan Walley 16,191 52.6 -5.4
Conservative Benjamin Browning 6,155 20.0 +1.2
Liberal Democrats Henry Jebb 4,561 14.8 +2.9
BNP Spencer Cartlidge 2,132 6.9 New
UKIP Eileen Braithwaite 696 2.3 New
Veritas Ian Taylor 689 2.2 New
Independent Harry Chesters 336 1.1 New
Majority 10,036 32.6 -6.6
Turnout 30,760 52.7 +0.8
Labour hold Swing -3.3
General election 2001: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joan Walley 17,460 58.0 -7.2
Conservative Benjamin Browning 5,676 18.8 -1.4
Liberal Democrats Henry Jebb 3,580 11.9 +1.2
Independent Charles Wanger 3,399 11.3 New
Majority 11,784 39.2 -5.8
Turnout 30,115 51.9 -13.4
Labour hold Swing -2.9

Elections of the 1990s

General election 1997: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joan Walley 25,190 65.2 +8.5
Conservative Christopher Day 7,798 20.2 -9.0
Liberal Democrats Henry Jebb 4,141 10.7 -2.6
Referendum Jennefer Tobin 1,537 4.0 New
Majority 17,392 45.0 +17.5
Turnout 38,664 65.3 -8.1
Labour hold Swing +11.9
General election 1992: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joan Walley 30,464 56.7 +9.6
Conservative Laurence M. Harris 15,687 29.2 -2.1
Liberal Democrats John P. Redfern 7,167 13.3 -8.3
Natural Law Alan H. Morrison 387 0.7 New
Majority 14,777 27.5 +11.7
Turnout 53,705 73.4 +0.5
Labour hold Swing +5.9

Elections of the 1980s

General election 1987: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Joan Walley 25,459 47.1 +0.8
Conservative Reginald Davies 16,946 31.3 +0.4
SDP Stephen Simmonds 11,665 21.6 -1.2
Majority 8,513 15.8 +0.4
Turnout 54, 070 72.9 +1.9
Labour hold Swing +0.2
General election 1983: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Forrester 24,721 46.3 -13.1
Conservative Roger Ibbs 16,518 30.9 +0.3
SDP T. Beswick 12,186 22.8 +13.6
Majority 8,203 15.4 -13.3
Turnout 53,425 71.0 -1.7
Labour hold Swing

Elections of the 1970s

General election 1979: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Forrester 25,652 59.36
Conservative Roger Ibbs 13,228 30.61
Liberal CV Smedley 3,994 9.24
National Front C Baugh 341 0.79 New
Majority 12,424 28.75
Turnout 43,215 72.75
Labour hold Swing
General election October 1974: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Forrester 25,264 60.59
Conservative JWD Davies 10,192 24.44
Liberal M Smith 6,239 14.96 New
Majority 15,072 36.15
Turnout 41,695 69.61
Labour hold Swing
General election February 1974: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Forrester 28,177 64.19
Conservative J Davies 15,718 35.81
Majority 12,459 28.38
Turnout 43,895 73.95
Labour hold Swing
General election 1970: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Forrester 20,642 66.19
Conservative JS Heath 10,542 33.81
Majority 10,100 32.38
Turnout 31,184 52.95
Labour win (new seat)

Elections of the 1960s

General election 1966: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour John Forrester 28,491 71.54
Conservative LCN Bury 11,335 28.46
Majority 17,156 43.08
Turnout 39,826 72.44
Labour hold Swing
General election 1964: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Harriet Slater 27,584 64.74
Conservative B David Barton 15,025 35.26
Majority 12,559 29.48
Turnout 42,609 76.24
Labour hold Swing

Elections of the 1950s

General election 1959: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Harriet Slater 29,336 63.97
Conservative Samuel Middup 16,522 36.03
Majority 12,814 27.94
Turnout 45,858 78.61
Labour hold Swing
General election 1955: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Harriet Slater 29,473 66.87
Conservative Samuel Middup 14,599 33.13
Majority 14,874 33.74
Turnout 44,072 75.31
Labour hold Swing
By Election 1953: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Harriet Slater 23,103 75.49 +4.05
Conservative Samuel Middup 7,502 24.51 -4.05
Majority 15,601 50.98 +8.10
Turnout 30,605
Labour hold Swing
General election 1951: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Albert Davies 36,692 71.44
National Liberal James Coventry 14,668 28.56
Majority 22,024 42.88
Turnout 51,360 83.81
Labour hold Swing
General election 1950: Stoke-on-Trent North
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Labour Albert Davies 36,896 71.58
Conservative PW Hodgens 14,647 28.42
Majority 22,249 43.16
Turnout 51,543 85.01
Labour win (new seat)
  1. A borough constituency (for the purposes of election expenses and type of returning officer)
  2. As with all constituencies, the constituency elects one Member of Parliament (MP) by the first past the post system of election at least every five years.
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Coordinates:53°3′N2°12′W /53.050°N 2.200°W /53.050; -2.200

Stoke on Trent North UK Parliament constituency Article Talk Language Watch Edit Stoke on Trent North is a constituency n 1 represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2019 by Jonathan Gullis a member of the Conservative Party n 2 Stoke on Trent NorthBorough constituency for the House of CommonsBoundary of Stoke on Trent North in StaffordshireLocation of Staffordshire within EnglandCountyStaffordshireElectorate72 225 December 2010 1 Major settlementsBurslem TunstallCurrent constituencyCreated1950Member of ParliamentJonathan Gullis Conservative Number of membersOneCreated fromBurslem Hanley Leek Contents 1 Members of Parliament 2 Constituency profile 3 Boundaries 4 History 5 Elections 5 1 Elections in the 2010s 5 2 Elections of the 2000s 5 3 Elections of the 1990s 5 4 Elections of the 1980s 5 5 Elections of the 1970s 5 6 Elections of the 1960s 5 7 Elections of the 1950s 6 See also 7 Notes 8 ReferencesMembers of Parliament EditElection Member 2 Party1950 Albert Davies Labour1953 by election Harriet Slater Labour Co op1966 John Forrester Labour1987 Joan Walley Labour2015 Ruth Smeeth Labour2019 Jonathan Gullis ConservativeConstituency profile EditThe area has relatively fast connections compared to other seats in the county equally to Greater Manchester and the West Midlands However the area s traditional pottery industry has shed many jobs Workless claimants registered jobseekers were in November 2012 higher than the national average of 3 8 at 5 2 of the population based on a statistical compilation by The Guardian the middle figure of the three rates for the city s seats 3 Boundaries Edit Map of current boundaries Each of the three constituencies of Stoke on Trent contain two of the historic six towns of the Potteries Burslem and Tunstall are Stoke on Trent North s long established ceramics and porcelain settlements see Staffordshire Potteries 2010 present The City of Stoke on Trent wards of Burslem North Burslem South Chell and Packmoor East Valley Norton and Bradeley and Tunstall and the Borough of Newcastle under Lyme wards of Butt Lane Kidsgrove Ravenscliffe and Talke 1997 2010 The City of Stoke on Trent wards of Burslem Central Burslem Grange Chell East Valley Norton and Bradeley and Tunstall North and the District of Staffordshire Moorlands wards of Brown Edge and Endon and Stanley 1983 1997 The City of Stoke on Trent wards of Burslem Central Burslem Green Chell East Valley Norton and Bradeley and Tunstall North and the Borough of Newcastle under Lyme wards of Butt Lane Kidsgrove Newchapel and Talke 1955 1983 The County Borough of Stoke on Trent wards numbers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 and 8 1950 1955 The County Borough of Stoke on Trent wards numbers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 and 27 History EditThis constituency was formed in 1950 at which time it incorporated parts of the former Leek and Hanley seats Prominent members As a frontbench member in government John Forrester became in 1970 a Health Minister before the election of that year Elections EditElections in the 2010s Edit General election 2019 Stoke on Trent North 4 Party Candidate Votes Conservative Jonathan Gullis 20 974 52 3 7 0Labour Ruth Smeeth 14 688 36 6 14 3Brexit Party Richard Watkin 2 374 5 9 NewLiberal Democrats Peter Andras 1 268 3 2 1 0Green Alan Borgars 508 1 3 0 3Independent Matthew Dilworth 322 0 8 NewMajority 6 286 15 7 N ATurnout 40 134 57 5 1 1Conservative gain from Labour Swing 10 7General election 2017 Stoke on Trent North 5 Party Candidate Votes Labour Ruth Smeeth 21 272 50 9 11 0Conservative Benedict Adams 18 913 45 3 17 9Liberal Democrats Richard Whelan 916 2 2 0 7Green Doug Rouxel 685 1 6 1 2Majority 2 359 5 6 6 9Turnout 41 786 58 6 5 4Labour hold Swing 3 4General election 2015 Stoke on Trent North 6 Party Candidate Votes Labour Ruth Smeeth 15 429 39 9 4 4Conservative Benedict Adams 10 593 27 4 3 6UKIP Geoff Locke 9 542 24 7 18 5Liberal Democrats Paul Roberts 1 137 2 9 14 8Green Sean Adam 1 091 2 8 NewIndependent John Millward 508 1 3 NewIndependent Craig Pond 7 8 354 0 9 NewMajority 4 836 12 5 8 0Turnout 38 654 53 2 2 6Labour hold Swing 4 0General election 2010 Stoke on Trent North 9 Party Candidate Votes Labour Joan Walley 17 815 44 3 11 5Conservative Andy Large 9 580 23 8 6 0Liberal Democrats John Fisher 7 120 17 7 4 2BNP Melanie Baddeley 3 196 8 0 2 0UKIP Geoff Locke 2 485 6 2 2 1Majority 8 235 20 5 11 9Turnout 40 196 55 8 4 9Labour hold Swing 8 8Elections of the 2000s Edit General election 2005 Stoke on Trent North 10 11 Party Candidate Votes Labour Joan Walley 16 191 52 6 5 4Conservative Benjamin Browning 6 155 20 0 1 2Liberal Democrats Henry Jebb 4 561 14 8 2 9BNP Spencer Cartlidge 2 132 6 9 NewUKIP Eileen Braithwaite 696 2 3 NewVeritas Ian Taylor 689 2 2 NewIndependent Harry Chesters 336 1 1 NewMajority 10 036 32 6 6 6Turnout 30 760 52 7 0 8Labour hold Swing 3 3General election 2001 Stoke on Trent North 12 13 Party Candidate Votes Labour Joan Walley 17 460 58 0 7 2Conservative Benjamin Browning 5 676 18 8 1 4Liberal Democrats Henry Jebb 3 580 11 9 1 2Independent Charles Wanger 3 399 11 3 NewMajority 11 784 39 2 5 8Turnout 30 115 51 9 13 4Labour hold Swing 2 9Elections of the 1990s Edit General election 1997 Stoke on Trent North 14 15 Party Candidate Votes Labour Joan Walley 25 190 65 2 8 5Conservative Christopher Day 7 798 20 2 9 0Liberal Democrats Henry Jebb 4 141 10 7 2 6Referendum Jennefer Tobin 1 537 4 0 NewMajority 17 392 45 0 17 5Turnout 38 664 65 3 8 1Labour hold Swing 11 9General election 1992 Stoke on Trent North 16 17 Party Candidate Votes Labour Joan Walley 30 464 56 7 9 6Conservative Laurence M Harris 15 687 29 2 2 1Liberal Democrats John P Redfern 7 167 13 3 8 3Natural Law Alan H Morrison 387 0 7 NewMajority 14 777 27 5 11 7Turnout 53 705 73 4 0 5Labour hold Swing 5 9Elections of the 1980s Edit General election 1987 Stoke on Trent North 18 Party Candidate Votes Labour Joan Walley 25 459 47 1 0 8Conservative Reginald Davies 16 946 31 3 0 4SDP Stephen Simmonds 11 665 21 6 1 2Majority 8 513 15 8 0 4Turnout 54 070 72 9 1 9Labour hold Swing 0 2General election 1983 Stoke on Trent North 19 Party Candidate Votes Labour John Forrester 24 721 46 3 13 1Conservative Roger Ibbs 16 518 30 9 0 3SDP T Beswick 12 186 22 8 13 6Majority 8 203 15 4 13 3Turnout 53 425 71 0 1 7Labour hold SwingElections of the 1970s Edit General election 1979 Stoke on Trent North Party Candidate Votes Labour John Forrester 25 652 59 36Conservative Roger Ibbs 13 228 30 61Liberal CV Smedley 3 994 9 24National Front C Baugh 341 0 79 NewMajority 12 424 28 75Turnout 43 215 72 75Labour hold SwingGeneral election October 1974 Stoke on Trent North Party Candidate Votes Labour John Forrester 25 264 60 59Conservative JWD Davies 10 192 24 44Liberal M Smith 6 239 14 96 NewMajority 15 072 36 15Turnout 41 695 69 61Labour hold SwingGeneral election February 1974 Stoke on Trent North Party Candidate Votes Labour John Forrester 28 177 64 19Conservative J Davies 15 718 35 81Majority 12 459 28 38Turnout 43 895 73 95Labour hold SwingGeneral election 1970 Stoke on Trent North Party Candidate Votes Labour John Forrester 20 642 66 19Conservative JS Heath 10 542 33 81Majority 10 100 32 38Turnout 31 184 52 95Labour win new seat Elections of the 1960s Edit General election 1966 Stoke on Trent North Party Candidate Votes Labour John Forrester 28 491 71 54Conservative LCN Bury 11 335 28 46Majority 17 156 43 08Turnout 39 826 72 44Labour hold SwingGeneral election 1964 Stoke on Trent North Party Candidate Votes Labour Harriet Slater 27 584 64 74Conservative B David Barton 15 025 35 26Majority 12 559 29 48Turnout 42 609 76 24Labour hold SwingElections of the 1950s Edit General election 1959 Stoke on Trent North Party Candidate Votes Labour Harriet Slater 29 336 63 97Conservative Samuel Middup 16 522 36 03Majority 12 814 27 94Turnout 45 858 78 61Labour hold SwingGeneral election 1955 Stoke on Trent North Party Candidate Votes Labour Harriet Slater 29 473 66 87Conservative Samuel Middup 14 599 33 13Majority 14 874 33 74Turnout 44 072 75 31Labour hold SwingBy Election 1953 Stoke on Trent North Party Candidate Votes Labour Harriet Slater 23 103 75 49 4 05Conservative Samuel Middup 7 502 24 51 4 05Majority 15 601 50 98 8 10Turnout 30 605Labour hold SwingGeneral election 1951 Stoke on Trent North Party Candidate Votes Labour Albert Davies 36 692 71 44National Liberal James Coventry 14 668 28 56Majority 22 024 42 88Turnout 51 360 83 81Labour hold SwingGeneral election 1950 Stoke on Trent North Party Candidate Votes Labour Albert Davies 36 896 71 58Conservative PW Hodgens 14 647 28 42Majority 22 249 43 16Turnout 51 543 85 01Labour win new seat See also EditList of Parliamentary constituencies in Staffordshire Edward KenealyNotes Edit A borough constituency for the purposes of election expenses and type of returning officer As with all constituencies the constituency elects one Member of Parliament MP by the first past the post system of election at least every five years References Edit Electorate Figures Boundary Commission for England 2011 Electorate Figures Boundary Commission for England 4 March 2011 Archived from the original on 6 November 2010 Retrieved 13 March 2011 Leigh Rayment s Historical List of MPs Constituencies beginning with S part 5 Unemployment claimants by constituency The Guardian Stoke on Trent North Parliamentary constituency BBC News BBC Retrieved 1 November 2019 General Election 2017 Who is standing in your constituency Stoke Sentinel Archived from the original on 13 May 2017 Retrieved 13 May 2017 Election Data 2015 Electoral Calculus Archived from the original on 17 October 2015 Retrieved 17 October 2015 Archived copy Archived from the original on 28 January 2015 Retrieved 27 January 2015 a href wiki Template Cite web title Template Cite web cite web a CS1 maint archived copy as title link Craig Pond is standing as an independent nationalist in Stoke on Trent North BBC News London 9 February 2015 Retrieved 9 February 2015 Election Data 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