Huyton was a county constituency in the United Kingdom. Created in 1950, it was centred on Huyton in Lancashire (later Merseyside), North West England, just beyond the borders of the city of Liverpool. Its one and only Member of Parliament throughout its existence was Labour MP Harold Wilson, who became Labour Party leader in 1963, then serving as prime minister from 1964 to 1970 and again from 1974 to 1976. The constituency ceased to exist with the implementation of the 1983 boundary changes and was replaced by Knowsley South. This coincided with Wilson's retirement from parliament.

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  • Huyton was a county constituency in the United Kingdom. Created in 1950, it was centred on Huyton in Lancashire (later Merseyside), North West England, just beyond the borders of the city of Liverpool. Its one and only Member of Parliament throughout its existence was Labour MP Harold Wilson, who became Labour Party leader in 1963, then serving as prime minister from 1964 to 1970 and again from 1974 to 1976. The constituency ceased to exist with the implementation of the 1983 boundary changes and was replaced by Knowsley South. This coincided with Wilson's retirement from parliament. The Liberals first ran a candidate in the constituency on its creation in 1950, but did not run one again until 24 years later in 1974, by which time Harold Wilson had become Leader of the Labour Party and served two terms as Prime Minister. The party finished in third place in all the elections it contested in this seat. (en)
  • Okręg wyborczy Huyton powstał w 1950 r. i wysyłał do brytyjskiej Izby Gmin. Okręg obejmował miasto Huyton w hrabstwie Lancashire. Został zlikwidowany w 1983 r. (pl)
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  • Okręg wyborczy Huyton powstał w 1950 r. i wysyłał do brytyjskiej Izby Gmin. Okręg obejmował miasto Huyton w hrabstwie Lancashire. Został zlikwidowany w 1983 r. (pl)
  • Huyton was a county constituency in the United Kingdom. Created in 1950, it was centred on Huyton in Lancashire (later Merseyside), North West England, just beyond the borders of the city of Liverpool. Its one and only Member of Parliament throughout its existence was Labour MP Harold Wilson, who became Labour Party leader in 1963, then serving as prime minister from 1964 to 1970 and again from 1974 to 1976. The constituency ceased to exist with the implementation of the 1983 boundary changes and was replaced by Knowsley South. This coincided with Wilson's retirement from parliament. (en)
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