Revised plans to redraw the political map of Telford & Wrekin were unveiled today.
And if the proposals put forward by the Boundary Commission for England are accepted, Bridgnorth could join The Wrekin constituency, held by Conservative MP Mark Pritchard.
The Telford constituency, currently held by Labour MP David Wright, would also see slight changes.
A new Bridgnorth, Wellington and The Wrekin seat would include Broseley, Much Wenlock, Worfield, Alveley and Claverley, Bridgnorth East and Astley Abbotts, plus Bridgnorth West and Tasley from the current Ludlow constituency, and Donnington from Telford.
Telford would gain Hadley and Leegomery.
But despite the review having cost £12 million of taxpayers’ money, the chances of the changes being accepted are slim.
Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg has insisted the Liberal Democrats will not support the changes back in August after Tory MPs refused to back his proposed reforms of the House of Lords.
Without the support of their coalition partners, the Conservatives are unlikely to be able to get the vote to change the borders through the Commons.
David Cameron wants to cut the number of MPs from 650 to 600 – with Labour set to be the biggest loser.
The latest alterations make little difference to prospects of Westminster’s “big beasts”.
Mr Clegg sees his current constituency name become Sheffield Hallam and Penistone, although it covers the same area as in last year’s original report by the Boundary Commission.
Mr Wright this afternoon said: “I don’t think these proposals will go ahead but I am pleased the boundary commission have altered their plans.”
And Mr Pritchard said: “The Conservative party is selecting on the existing boundaries so it’s immaterial.”