Residents have just a few more days to give their views on constituency boundary changes.

The changes could affect who your MP is depending on where you live.

A review of Parliamentary constituency boundaries is being undertaken by the Boundary Commission for England.

The commission states the changes are being undertaken to better reflect the demographics of the country.

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While previous reviews have suggested changes to the number of MPs, this review does not, retaining the number at 650. England would get an extra 10 MPs, Wales would lose eight, and Scotland would lose two.

There would be big changes in Berkshire, with the county going from having eight MPs to nine.

Reading would no longer be split into two constituencies, instead it would have one MP who would represent Reading town centre, Southcote, Coley, East Reading and Caversham.

Two new constituencies would be created: Mid Berkshire, and Earley and Woodley.

Earley and Woodley would cover the two towns in the Reading urban area, but also two Reading Borough wards of Whitley and Church, and the satellite villages of Shinfield, Spencers Wood and Three Mile Cross.

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Mid Berkshire would be a largely rural constituency formed out of the current constituencies of Newbury and Reading West. It’s biggest population centre would be Tilehurst, located to the east of the proposed constituency.

Those are the two biggest changes proposed. In the rest of Berkshire, current constituencies would retain their names with their boundaries being redrawn.

The Wokingham constituency would be reshaped to reflect the borough boundary more, gaining the northern parishes from Maidenhead, and Finchampstead wards and Wokingham Without from Bracknell.

The Bracknell and Slough constituencies would be largely unchanged.

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The Maidenhead constituency would be reformed to cover the town and the parishes of Binfield and Warfield. The Windsor constituency would consist of Windsor, Ascot, Sunningdale and parts of Langley.

The boundary changes are currently in the consultation phase, which means people can make comments on the proposals.

To make a comment, head to the constituency boundary changes map here and click the ‘Make a Comment’ button.

The consultation will close on Monday, August 2.

If the changes are approved, the new constituency boundaries would be enacted in 2023. The next General Election is scheduled for Thursday May, 2 2024.