This is, colleagues in Scotland in particular note, an England only policy announcement:
We consider that the use of commas in existing constituency names is currently inconsistent and sometimes does not aid clarity. We have therefore taken a policy decision that commas will no longer be included in the names of constituencies.
to which Maria responded:
So, let me get this straight: the Scots can still have constituencies with commas while the English can’t? I see a new debate coming on, a debate to make the West Lothian Question pale into insignificance by comparison.
and Peter Black flew the flag for Wales:
Of course it does not apply to Wales either and we have additional vowels and consonants in our alphabet
Well, the Welsh alphabet includes ff, ll, ch and th, but it has no need of k, q, x or z. This caused me to wonder whether there is any existing Westminster constituency with q in its name. (I did wonder about z, with the departure of "Zetland", but of course there is "Devizes".)