Windsor (UK Parliament constituency)

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Windsor /ˈwɪnzə/ is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2005 by Adam Afriyie of the Conservative Party.wikipedia
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Adam Afriyie

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Windsor /ˈwɪnzə/ is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2005 by Adam Afriyie of the Conservative Party.
Adam Afriyie (born 4 August 1965) is a British politician and businessman who has served as the Member of Parliament (MP) for Windsor since 2005.

Wycombe (UK Parliament constituency)

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Between 1885–1918 the seat to the north of the Thames was the Wycombe division of Buckinghamshire and the other neighbouring constituency was the Wokingham division of Berkshire.
Gained Eton which had been part of the abolished Parliamentary Borough of New Windsor in Berkshire.

Berkshire (UK Parliament constituency)

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The north boundary of the constituency was on the River Thames, which was then the border between Buckinghamshire which had a seat of the same name and Berkshire, likewise the rest of the borough adjoined the Berkshire county constituency.
The county, up to 1885, also contained the borough constituencies of Abingdon (1 seat from 1558), New Windsor (2 seats 1302-1868, 1 seat from 1868), Reading (2 seats from 1295) and Wallingford (2 seats 1295-1832, 1 seat from 1832).

John Ramsbottom (MP)

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The borough had been loyal to the King's Pittite/Tory ministers in the late 18th and early 19th centuries, but became more favourable to the Whig interest after John Ramsbottom (MP 1810–1845) was elected.
John Ramsbottom (1778-1845) was a British Whig politician and landowner, MP for New Windsor from 1810 until his death in 1845.

Wokingham (UK Parliament constituency)

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Between 1885–1918 the seat to the north of the Thames was the Wycombe division of Buckinghamshire and the other neighbouring constituency was the Wokingham division of Berkshire. The county division created in 1918 combined the town of Windsor, with territory to its west, south and east which had formerly been in the Wokingham division.
In the Redistribution of Seats Act of 1885 Berkshire was divided into three county constituencies, Northern (Abingdon), Southern (Newbury), and Eastern (Wokingham), and two borough constituencies, Reading and New Windsor, each returning one member.

Windsor and Maidenhead (UK Parliament constituency)

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In 1974, the constituency was abolished and a similar one, Windsor and Maidenhead was created. For the February 1974 general election, the constituency was abolished and renamed Windsor and Maidenhead, with no changes to its boundaries; this area plus Eton, which was transferred from Buckinghamshire, became the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead established under the Local Government Act 1972.
The constituency was created at the February 1974 general election and abolished at the 1997 general election, when it was replaced by the new separate constituencies of Windsor and Maidenhead.

Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead

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For the February 1974 general election, the constituency was abolished and renamed Windsor and Maidenhead, with no changes to its boundaries; this area plus Eton, which was transferred from Buckinghamshire, became the Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead established under the Local Government Act 1972.
The Royal Borough is represented at Westminster by two members of parliament of the Conservative Party: Adam Afriyie (for Windsor) and Theresa May (for Maidenhead).

Sir William Russell, 1st Baronet, of Chippenham

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Sir William Russell, 1st Baronet, of Chippenham (before 1585 – 1654), was an English politician who sat as MP for New Windsor.

Sir Thomas Hewett, 1st Baronet

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Sir Thomas Hewett, 1st Baronet (1605 – 4 August 1662) was an English landowner of the Civil War period, who briefly sat in Parliament for Windsor.

United Kingdom Parliament constituencies

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Windsor /ˈwɪnzə/ is a constituency represented in the House of Commons of the UK Parliament since 2005 by Adam Afriyie of the Conservative Party.

John Croke

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Croke sat in the Windsor constituency in 1585, and was first elected for the City of London in 1597.

Augustus Keppel, 1st Viscount Keppel

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The King wished to defeat Admiral Keppel (later Viscount Keppel), an incumbent.
As a member of Parliament, in which he had a seat for Chichester from 1755 until 1761, Windsor from 1761 until 1780, and then for Surrey from 1780 to 1782, Keppel was a Whig partisan, hostile to the King's Friends.

Wraysbury

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Affluent villages and small towns along the River Thames and around the Great Park have continued to contribute to large Conservative majorities, from Wraysbury to Ascot.
Nationally, since 1997 the ward has formed part of the UK Parliamentary constituency of Windsor and is currently represented by Adam Afriyie of the Conservative Party.

Hussey Vivian, 1st Baron Vivian

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The borough representatives before the Reform Act 1832 included soldiers and people connected with the Royal Household, such as Sir Richard Hussey Vivian (MP 1826–1831) and Sir Herbert Taylor (MP 1820–1823).
Vivian sat in the House of Commons as member for Truro and then Windsor from 1821 to 1831, after which he was made commander of the forces in Ireland and given the GCH.

Eton, Berkshire

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The majority of the electorate in the abolished constituency was included in Maidenhead, whilst Windsor was joined by Eton and Bray.
Nationally, since 1997 the ward has formed part of the UK Parliamentary constituency of Windsor and is currently represented by Adam Afriyie of the Conservative Party.

Charles Aldworth

Charles Aldworth (1677 - 21 September 1714) was an English politician, MP for New Windsor from 1712 to 1714.

Bracknell (UK Parliament constituency)

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The constituency gained the northern part of the County Constituency of Bracknell, including Binfield.
Northern parts, including Binfield, were transferred to Windsor.

Edward Hake

In 1585 and 1586 he was mayor of New Windsor, and in 1588 he represented Windsor in parliament.

Richard Warde

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He was also MP for Windsor a number of times, as well as being Cofferer of the Royal Household and Clerk of the Green Cloth.

Roger Palmer, 1st Earl of Castlemaine

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In March 1660, Palmer was elected Member of Parliament for Windsor in the Convention Parliament.

Julius Caesar (judge)

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In 1597 he was elected MP for Windsor and was re-elected MP for Windsor in 1601.

Thomas Weldon

Thomas was the Member of Parliament for Berkshire in 1542–1544, and also for Windsor in 1559.

Henry Neville (died 1615)

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Neville sat in Parliament as the member for New Windsor (1584, 1586 and 1593), Sussex (1589), Liskeard (1597) and Berkshire (1604, 1614).

Francis Winnington (Solicitor-General)

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He was appointed as Solicitor General in 1675 and chosen as MP for Windsor at a by-election to the Cavalier Parliament in 1677 on the King's recommendation.