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Council unhappy at boundary changes

North Ayrshire Council is disappointed at the Boundary Commission’s plans for the UK parliamentary constituencies in its area.

The proposals were revealed last week and would see the number of constituencies in UK reduced from 650 to 600 and from 59 to 53 in Scotland.

It is proposed that North Ayrshire will now be split among three constituencies, rather than the existing two. Only one of these, comprising Arran and the Three Towns (Kilwinning, Irvine and Dalry) will be within North Ayrshire.

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