West Midlands: New seats for 2024 general election

A ballot box being carried in to a count
Votes will be counted in dozens of new seats in the region [PA Media]

The general election on 4 July will be fought in new constituencies, putting thousands of West Midlands voters in unfamiliar seats.

The new boundaries were confirmed last year after a lengthy process by independent boundary commissions in the four UK nations.

Overall, the West Midlands government region loses two constituencies, taking it from 59 to 57 seats.

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