- County- County Durham, UK.
- Electorate- 67,386 (December 2010).
- Major settlements- Sedgefield and the north of Darlington city.
- Current constituency created- 1983.
- Member of parliament- Phil Wilson (Labour).
- Number of members- One.
- Created from- Durham, Durham North West, Easington and Bishop Auckland.
- Ethnic majority- Overwhelmingly White English majority.
- Urban\rural split- Ex-industrial\urban\sub-urban.
|Feb 1974||constituency abolished|
|1983||Rt Hon. Tony Blair||Labour||Leader of the Labour Party 1994–2007, Prime Minister 1997–2007|
|2007 by-election||Phil Wilson||Labour|
- Total political rule by each party- Conservative 14 and Labour 76.
- David Cameron's "Big Society"
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- The 1950 United Kingdom general election
- Some typical UK Parliament constituencies
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