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General election 2019: Your questions about the North East and Cumbria

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image captionThere are 35 constituencies in the North East and Cumbria

Voters will go to the polls on 12 December to choose members of Parliament to represent them.

There are 35 constituencies in the North East and Cumbria and some look likely to become key battlegrounds.

In addition, there is the issue of Brexit - the region voted almost unanimously to leave the EU, with the only exceptions being the Newcastle and South Lakeland areas.

We would like to hear what questions you have about your constituency - is there an issue in the North East and Cumbria you want to know more about?

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Transport problems across the region are often highlighted as an issue and the North East has the UK's highest level of unemployment.

Use the form below to send us your questions about these issues or something else and we'll do our best to answer them.

Here are some questions which have already been answered:

Use the form below to send us your questions and we could be in touch.

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