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These are West Sussex’s current MPs going into December general election

Voters are set to head to the polls just weeks before Christmas after MPs agreed to a December 12 date for a general election.

In the coming weeks we’ll be sharing information on all candidates and political parties. West Sussex has eight different MPs and they are all Conservatives:

Tim Loughton has represented the area since 1997. He served as a shadow minister for both the environment and health and children, while under David Cameron he was a Parliamentary under-secretary for children and families

5. East Worthing and Shoreham

Tim Loughton has represented the area since 1997. He served as a shadow minister for both the environment and health and children, while under David Cameron he was a Parliamentary under-secretary for children and families
Haywards Heath
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Jeremy Quin succeeded Francis Maude as Horsham MP in 2015. He has served as a Government whip since last year

6. Horsham

Jeremy Quin succeeded Francis Maude as Horsham MP in 2015. He has served as a Government whip since last year
Hilsea Portsmouth
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Sir Nicholas Soames has represented Mid Sussex since 1997 and before that Crawley for 14 years. He has said he is not standing for re-election after losing the Tory whip although it was restored this week

7. Mid Sussex

Sir Nicholas Soames has represented Mid Sussex since 1997 and before that Crawley for 14 years. He has said he is not standing for re-election after losing the Tory whip although it was restored this week
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Sir Peter Bottomley has represented the constituency since 1997, having previously been an MP for Woolwich West and Eltham.

8. Worthing West

Sir Peter Bottomley has represented the constituency since 1997, having previously been an MP for Woolwich West and Eltham.
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