Seats with Labour candidates from all-female shortlists
Tuesday 09 January 1996
South-east: Crawley: Laura Moffat. Basildon: Angela Smith. Peterborough: Helen Brinton.
North-east and Yorkshire: Colne Valley: Kali Mountford. Calder Valley: Christine MCafferty. Stockton South: Daria Taylor. Keighley: Ann Cryer.
South-west: Plymouth Sutton: Linda Gilroy. Falmouth and Camborne: Candy Atherton. Forest of Dean: Diana Organ. Slough: Fiona McTaggart.
West Midlands: Birmingham Edgbaston: Gisela Stuart. Stourbridge: Debra Shipley. Burton: Janet Dean. Redditch: Jacqui Smith. Wolverhampton SW: Jenny Jones.
Central: Amber Valley: Judy Mallaber. Luton South: Margaret Moran. Welwyn and Hatfield: Melanie Johnson. Milton Keynes SW: Phyllis Starkey. Northampton N: Sally Keeble. Cleethorpes: Shona McIsaac. Lincoln: Gillian Merron. Erewash: Liz Blackman.
North-west: Liverpool Garston: Maria Eagle. Liverpool Riverside: Louise Elman. Scotland: Ayr: Sandra Osborne. Stirling: Anne McGuire.
Wales: Cardiff North: Julie Morgan. Presell Pembrokeshire: Jackie Lawrence. Conwy: Betty Williams.
Seats where all-women selections have not been completed and have now been put on hold: Bethnal Green and Bow; Blackpool North; Bolton West; Gravesham; Great Yarmouth; Rochdale; Salford; Stretford; Warrington South.
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