The parliament elected in the weekend vote will be younger (average age 45, down from 47.5 years) than its predecessor, will have more women (22, up from 17) and for the first time will have an MP in a wheelchair.
Over two-thirds of MPs in the 1998-2002 parliament were not re-elected to the new.
Compiled by Tom Nicholson from press reports.
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25. Sep 2002 at 11:36