Women Members of Parliament: Background Paper - Commons Library Standard Note

Published 14 October 2014 | Standard notes SN06652

Authors: Richard Kelly

Topic: Election results : UK, House of Commons, Members of Parliament

This background paper provides a list of all the women who have ever been elected to the House of Commons.

Since 1918, there have been a total of 370 women MPs.

This list provides the names of the women MPs in order of first election, the party they were first elected for, the constituency or constituencies they represented and their dates as MPs.

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