When did glasgow kelvin - uk parliament constituency - end?

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💰 When was glasgow kelvin - uk parliament constituency - created?

Glasgow Kelvin - UK Parliament constituency - was created in 1997.

💰 When did glasgow anniesland - uk parliament constituency - end?

Glasgow Anniesland - UK Parliament constituency - ended in 2005.

💰 When did glasgow bridgeton - uk parliament constituency - end?

Glasgow Bridgeton - UK Parliament constituency - ended in 1974.

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Glasgow Kelvin - UK Parliament constituency - ended in 2005.

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