Move - use this tool to click and drag the map to a new location, can also be used to select items on the map.
Have your say - use this tool to click and create a comment at the map location.
Print - use this tool to print the page, including the map
Data - use this tool to click on the map and view the electorate data for the selected area. The electorate data will appear in a box underneath the map.
Full-screen - expand the map to full-screen view
Minimise - minimise the map to normal size
Boundaries - use the boundaries button to turn on/off different boundary layers
Polling districts - created by local authorities for the administration of running elections
Wards - a ward is a local authority area, typically used for electing a councillor or councillors to a local authority
Existing constituencies - the layer of geography used for electing MPs in the UK
Initial proposals - first formal proposals published by the BCE for new Parliamentary constituencies
Local authorities - councillors are elected to a local authority. This layer includes districts, boroughs, and unitary authorities
Regions - our proposals are based on the nine regions used for European elections (though it should be clear that our work has no effect on European electoral matters, nor is it affected by the recent referendum result)