NEW maps have highlighted the proposed changes to the boundaries of Scotland’s constituencies.

Under the Boundary Commission for Scotland’s plans, set for a consultation over the next four weeks, Scotland will lose two MPs while Wales will see a decrease of eight and England would pick up 10.

A map of Scotland (below) highlights what the proposed changes would look like with the black lines representing the current constituency borders and the colours representing what it could look like.

The National:

Should the plans go through, Scotland would have a total of 57 MPs rather than 59 while 35 constituencies would see their boundaries changed.

It is understood that one change could come across the Aberdeen City, Aberdeenshire, Argyll and Bute, Highland and Moray council areas.

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There are currently 10 seats across those areas but the plans would see this reduced to nine.

A separate map (below) shows what the plans would mean for constituencies across the Central Belt.

The National:

For example, across Glasgow City, Inverclyde and Renfrewshire council areas, where 10 constituencies are currently located, it is expected one will be lost.

SNP MP for Angus Dave Doogan expressed his fury at the plans as it would see his area effectively removed from the map.

There would still be 650 constituencies across the UK if the Boundary Commission’s vision is realised.

The consultation on the plans will run until December 5 and readers are able to respond HERE.