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The City of Westminster (pronunciation (help·info)) is a borough of London with city status. It is located west of the City of London and north of the River Thames, and forms part of Inner London and the bulk of London's central area. The city contains most of London's West End and is the seat of the United Kingdom's government, with the Palace of Westminster, Buckingham Palace, Whitehall, and the Royal Courts of Justice. In 1965 the London borough was created from the former area of the Metropolitan Borough of St Marylebone, the Metropolitan Borough of Paddington and the smaller City of Westminster. It covers a far greater area than the original settlement of Westminster. Contents [show] * 1 Demography * 2 Politics o 2.1 Summary results of elections * 3 Districts * 4 Bibliography * 5 Landmarks o 5.1 Parks and open spaces * 6 Transport o 6.1 Bridges o 6.2 Main line stations o 6.3 London Underground o 6.4 Juice points * 7 Education o 7.1 Primary schools o 7.2 Secondary schools o 7.3 Universities * 8 Gallery * 9 See also * 10 References * 11 External links  Demography According to the 2001 census, the borough had a population of 181,279. Westminster City Council undertook several studies, supported by both political parties on the council, that indicated that this figure was too low. The Office for National Statistics eventually added 17,500 people to Westminster's population, increasing its grant from the United Kingdom Government. The official population is now 198,779, but some estimates put it at 220,000. 71% of the population are white, 16% Any Asian ethnicity, 7% Black, 6% Mixed, 4% Other. 35% of households are owner-occupiers.  Politics The city is divided into 20 wards. The council is composed of 49 Conservative Party members and 11 Labour Party members. The council is known for its infamous "homes for votes" scandal. Shirley Porter was involved in the illegal "Building stable communities" exercise of the 1980s.