Priti Patel among those at risk from boundary changes plan The new single global system will treat EU and non-EU citizens equally, giving top priority to those with the highest skills and the greatest talents, including scientists, innovators and academics.
Eastern Eye Staff
Dozens of British MPs, including secretary of state Priti Patel, face uncertain futures under proposals by an independent commission charged with cutting the number of parliamentary seats. The Boundary Commission for England unveiled its proposals on Tuesday (September 13) to meet parliament’s decision to reduce the number of constituencies, or voting areas, to 600 from the current 650 in Britain to make sure the number of voters in each region is similar. Labour MPs say they will oppose the changes, arguing they disproportionately affect the left-leaning party. However, Patel, Conservative MP for Witham, could potentially be moved into another Essex…
You do not have access to this content. You need to subscribe.