Mid Ulster (UK Parliament constituency)
Boundary of Mid Ulster in Northern Ireland.
1950–1983: The Urban Districts of Cookstown, Omagh, and Strabane, the Rural Districts of Castlederg, Cookstown, Magherafelt, and Strabane, and part of the Rural District of Omagh.
District of Cookstown; the
District of Omagh; the
District of Magherafelt wards of
1997–present: the District of Cookstown; the District of Magherafelt; and the
District of Dungannon wards of
The constituency was created in 1950 when the old two-seat constituency of
In boundary changes proposed by a review in 1995, the seat was split in two, with the name retained by the eastern half, even though it contained only 30% of the old seat. The western half became the nucleus of the new