A safe seat is a seat in parliament which is regarded as fully secured either by a certain political party, the incumbent representative personally or a combination of both. In such seats, there is very little chance of an election upset because of the political leanings of the electorate in the constituency concerned and/or the popularity of the incumbent member. Examples are the Conservative seat of Henley and the Labour seat of Dagenham.

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