Middlesbrough


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Middlesbrough

1. an industrial town in NE England, in Middlesbrough unitary authority, North Yorkshire: on the Tees estuary; university (1992). Pop.: 142 691 (2001)
2. a unitary authority in NE England, in North Yorkshire: formerly (1974--96) part of Cleveland county. Pop.: 139 000 (2003 est.). Area: 54 sq. km (21 sq. miles)

Middlesbrough

 

a former municipal county in Great Britain, in what was the North Riding of the former county of Yorkshire, on the estuary of the Tees River. It is an important center for ferrous metallurgy. In 1971, Middlesbrough became part of the Teesside conurbation.

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It is also worth remembering that from 1983 until 1997 Middlesbrough was in three parliamentary divisions.
The significant changes include one constituency straddling the River Tees, and the boroughs of both Middlesbrough and Stockton divided between three constituencies each.
RAIDS were carried out across Middlesbrough addresses in a co-ordinated crackdown on suspected drugs dealers.
Pupils from Middlesbrough, Redcar and Cleveland, Stockton, Hartlepool and Darlington, were joined by boxer Amanda Coulson and gymnast Craig Heap during two days' competition at the Rio 2016 themed Games on Tuesday and Thursday, June 21 and 23.
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