Boundary changes which could carve up South West Devon still on cards
DAVID Cameron insists there is still life in controversial plans that would see a far-reaching shake-up of Plymouth's political map despite the Liberal Democrats pulling their support.
The Prime Minister argued all the groundwork had been done for the shake-up of political boundaries, and that voters wanted a smaller, cheaper House of Commons.
The revamp aims to slash the number of Westminster seats by 50 down to 600, and iron out discrepancies in constituency electorates.
It would have a significant impact on Plymouth seats, most notably South West Devon, which would be carved up among three new constituencies.
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Pressed over whether there was still life in the proposals, Mr Cameron said: "There is. This vote is going to come in front of the Commons and the Lords."