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County Electoral Division

Apart from the special cases of the Isles of Scilly and the Greater London Authority (GLA), the English county councils are the only type of local authority in the UK which does not use standard electoral wards/divisions for electing councillors. Instead they use their own larger units, which are confusingly also termed electoral divisions. These county electoral divisions must be confined within district boundaries, but need not be based on whole electoral wards. Like electoral wards/divisions, county electoral divisions are defined by the Boundary Committee for England (BCFE).
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County Electoral Division
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Apart from the special cases of the Isles of Scilly and the Greater London Authority (GLA), the English county councils are the only type of local authority in the UK which does not use standard electoral wards/divisions for electing councillors. Instead they use their own larger units, which are confusingly also termed electoral divisions. These county electoral divisions must be confined within district boundaries, but need not be based on whole electoral wards. Like electoral wards/divisions, county electoral divisions are defined by the Boundary Committee for England (BCFE).
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