A geographical area assigned to a member of Parliament by his/her party.
A Member of Parliament (MP) is elected by a particular area or constituency in Britain to represent them in the House of Commons.
MPs divide their time between their constituency and the Houses of Parliament in London. Once elected it is an MP’s job to represent all the people in his or her constituency. An MP can ask Government Ministers questions, speak about issues in the House of Commons and consider and propose new laws.