Alan Campbell MP Tynemouth, Labour, Opposition Deputy Chief Whip


Alan Campbell

Most spoken phrases

Last updated 3rd Jun 2009

  1. Israeli settlements
  2. Northcote Road shops
  3. Dangerous dogs petition
  4. Clapham Junction tube
  5. Heathrow expansion
  6. Health services
  7. Fly tipping

This information is based on the most frequently spoken phrases by this representative.


  • Born:

  • Positions

    PPS to: Lord Macdonald of Tradeston as Minister for the Cabinet Office and Chancellor of the Duchy of Lancaster 2001-03, Adam Ingram as Minister of State, Ministry of Defence 2003-05; Assistant Government Whip 2005-06; Government Whip 2006-08; Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State (Crime Reduction), Home Office 2008-10; Shadow Minister for Home Office 2010; Opposition Deputy Chief Whip 2010-.
  • House of Commons Select Committees

  • Electoral history

    Member for Tynemouth 1997-2010, for Tynemouth (revised boundary) since 6 May 2010 general election.
  • Political interests

    Crime and policing, shipbuilding and offshore industries, fishing.
  • Countries of interest

    Colombia, Falkland Islands.

Election record for Tynemouth, 05 Jun 2010

Party Percentage of votes
Labour 45.23%
Conservative 34.35%
Liberal Democrat 14.88%
Name Party Votes % of votes
Campbell, Alan Labour 23,860 45.23
Morton, Wendy Conservative 18,121 34.35
Appleby, John Liberal Democrat 7,845 14.88
Brooke, Dorothy British National Party 1,404 2.67
Payne, Natasha UK Independence Party 900 1.71
Erskine, Julia Green 538 1.02
Majority 5,739 votes
Electorate 77,046
Turnout (52,756) 68.47%

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