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MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 1950

37th Parliament (1935)
38th Parliament (1945)
39th Parliament (1950)
40th Parliament (1951)
41st Parliament (1955)

This is a complete list of Members of Parliament elected to the 39th Parliament of the United Kingdom at the 1950 general election, held on 23 February 1950.

Notable newcomers to the House of Commons included Edward Heath, Horace King, Fred Mulley, Bernard Braine, Harry Hylton-Foster, Iain Macleod, Gerald Nabarro, Reginald Maudling, Robert Carr, Bill Deedes, Enoch Powell, David Ormsby-Gore, Christopher Soames, Anthony Crosland, and Jo Grimond.

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A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z By-elections


Constituency MP Party
Aberavon William Cove Labour
Aberdare David Thomas Labour
Aberdeen North Hector Hughes Labour
Aberdeen South Lady Tweedsmuir Conservative
Aberdeenshire East Robert Boothby Conservative
Aberdeenshire West Henry Spence Conservative
Abertillery George Daggar Labour
Abingdon Sir Ralph Glyn, Bt Conservative
Accrington Henry Hynd Labour
Acton Joseph Sparks Labour
Aldershot Oliver Lyttelton Conservative
Altrincham and Sale Frederick Erroll Conservative
Anglesey Lady Megan Lloyd-George Liberal
Angus North and Mearns Colin Thornton-Kemsley Conservative & National Liberal
Angus South James Duncan Conservative & National Liberal
Antrim, North Hon. Hugh O'Neill Ulster Unionist
Antrim, South Douglas Lloyd Savory Ulster Unionist
Argyll Duncan McCallum Conservative
Armagh James Harden Ulster Unionist
Arundel and Shoreham William Nicolson Cuthbert Conservative
Ashford Bill Deedes Conservative
Ashton-under-Lyne Hervey Rhodes Labour
Aylesbury Spencer Summers Conservative
Ayr Thomas Moore Conservative
Ayrshire, Central Archie Manuel Labour
Ayrshire North and Bute Sir Charles MacAndrew Conservative
Ayrshire South Emrys Hughes Labour


Banbury Douglas Dodds-Parker Conservative
Banffshire William Duthie Conservative
Barking Somerville Hastings Labour
Barkston Ash Leonard Ropner Conservative
Barnet Reginald Maudling Conservative
Barnsley Frank Collindridge Labour
Barrow-in-Furness Walter Monslow Labour
Barry Dorothy Rees Labour
Basingstoke Patrick Donner Conservative
Bassetlaw Fred Bellenger Labour
Bath James Pitman Conservative
Batley and Morley Alfred Broughton Labour
Battersea North Douglas Jay Labour
Battersea South Caroline Ganley Co-op & Labour
Bebington Hendrie Oakshott Conservative
Beckenham Patrick Buchan-Hepburn Conservative
Bedford Christopher Soames Conservative
Bedfordshire Mid Alan Lennox-Boyd Conservative
Bedfordshire South Edward Warner Moeran Labour
Bedwellty Harold Finch Labour
Belfast, East Alan McKibbin Ulster Unionist
Belfast, North H. Montgomery Hyde Ulster Unionist
Belfast, South Conolly Hugh Gage Ulster Unionist
Belfast, West Rev. James Godfrey MacManaway × Ulster Unionist
Belper George Brown Labour
Bermondsey Robert Mellish Labour
Berwick and East Lothian John Robertson Labour
Berwick-upon-Tweed Robert Thorp Conservative
Bethnal Green Percy Holman Co-op & Labour
Beverley George Odey Conservative
Bexley Edward Heath Conservative
Billericay Bernard Braine Conservative
Bilston Will Nally Co-op & Labour
Birkenhead Percy Collick Labour
Birmingham Aston Woodrow Wyatt Labour
Birmingham Edgbaston Sir Peter Bennett Conservative
Birmingham Erdington Julius Silverman Labour
Birmingham Hall Green Aubrey Jones Conservative
Birmingham Handsworth Harold Roberts Conservative
Birmingham King's Norton Geoffrey Lloyd Conservative
Birmingham Ladywood Victor Yates Labour
Birmingham Northfield Raymond Blackburn Labour
Birmingham Perry Barr Cecil Charles Poole Labour
Birmingham Small Heath Fred Longden Co-op & Labour
Birmingham Sparkbrook Percy Shurmer Labour
Birmingham Stechford Roy Jenkins Labour
Birmingham Yardley Henry Usborne Labour
Bishop Auckland Hugh Dalton Labour
Blackburn East Barbara Castle Labour
Blackburn West Ralph Assheton Conservative
Blackpool North Toby Low Conservative
Blackpool South Roland Robinson Conservative
Blaydon William Whiteley Labour
Blyth Alfred Robens Labour
Bodmin Douglas Marshall Conservative
Bolsover Harold Neal Labour
Bolton East Alfred Booth Labour
Bolton West John Lewis Labour
Bootle John Kinley Labour
Bosworth Arthur Allen Labour
Bothwell John Timmons Labour
Bournemouth East and Christchurch Brendan Bracken Conservative
Bournemouth West Viscount Cranborne Conservative
Bradford Central Maurice Webb Labour
Bradford East Frank McLeavy Labour
Bradford North William J. Taylor Conservative & Nat. Liberal
Bradford South George Craddock Labour
Brecon and Radnor Tudor Watkins Labour
Brentford and Chiswick Percy "Laddie" Lucas Conservative
Bridgwater Gerard Wills Conservative
Bridlington Hon. Richard Wood Conservative
Brierley Hill Charles Simmons Labour
Brigg Lance Mallalieu Labour
Brighouse and Spenborough Frederick Arthur Cobb Labour
Brighton Kemptown Howard Johnson Conservative
Brighton Pavilion William Teeling Conservative
Bristol Central Stan Awbery Labour
Bristol North East Will Coldrick Co-op & Labour
Bristol North West Gurney Braithwaite Conservative
Bristol South William A. Wilkins Labour
Bristol South East Hon. Sir Stafford Cripps Labour
Bristol West Hon. Oliver Stanley Conservative
Brixton Marcus Lipton Labour
Bromley Harold Macmillan Conservative
Bromsgrove Michael Higgs Conservative
Broxtowe Seymour Cocks Labour
Buckingham Aidan Crawley Labour
Buckinghamshire South Ronald Bell Conservative
Burnley Wilfrid Burke Labour
Burton Arthur Colegate Conservative
Bury and Radcliffe Walter Fletcher Conservative
Bury St Edmunds William Aitken Conservative


Caernarvon Goronwy Roberts Labour
Caerphilly Ness Edwards Labour
Caithness and Sutherland Sir David Robertson Conservative
Cambridge Hamilton Kerr Conservative
Cambridgeshire Gerald Howard Conservative
Cannock Jennie Lee Labour
Canterbury John Baker White Conservative
Cardiff, North David Llewellyn Conservative
Cardiff South East James Callaghan Labour
Cardiff West George Thomas Labour
Carlton Kenneth Pickthorn Conservative
Cardigan Roderic Bowen Liberal
Carlisle Alfred Hargreaves Labour
Carmarthen Rhys Hopkin Morris Liberal
Carshalton Anthony Head Conservative
Cheadle William Shepherd Conservative
Chelmsford Hubert Ashton Conservative
Chelsea Allan Noble Conservative
Cheltenham William Whitehead Hicks Beach Conservative
Chertsey Lionel Heald Conservative
Chesterfield George Benson Labour
Chester-le-Street Patrick Bartley Labour
Chichester Hon. Lancelot Joynson-Hicks Conservative
Chippenham David Eccles Conservative
Chislehurst Patricia Hornsby-Smith Conservative
Chorley Clifford Kenyon Labour
Cirencester and Tewkesbury William Morrison Conservative
City of Chester Basil Nield Conservative
Cities of London and Westminster Sir Harold Webbe Conservative
Clapham Charles Gibson Labour
Cleveland Octavius Willey Labour
Clitheroe Richard Fort Conservative
Coatbridge and Airdrie Jean Mann Labour
Colchester Cuthbert Alport Conservative
Colne Valley Glenvil Hall Labour
Consett James Glanville Labour
Conway William Elwyn Edwards Jones Labour
Cornwall North Sir Harold Roper Conservative
Coventry East Richard Crossman Labour
Coventry North Maurice Edelman Labour
Coventry South Elaine Burton Labour
Crewe Scholefield Allen Labour
Crosby Malcolm Bullock Conservative
Croydon East Herbert Williams Conservative
Croydon, North Fred Harris Conservative
Croydon West Richard Thompson Conservative


Dagenham John Parker Labour
Darlington David Hardman Labour
Dartford Norman Dodds Co-op & Labour
Darwen Stanley Prescott Conservative
Dearne Valley Wilfred Paling Labour
Denbigh Emlyn Garner Evans National Liberal
Deptford John Cooper Labour
Derby North Clifford Wilcock Labour
Derby South Philip Noel-Baker Labour
Derbyshire North East Henry White Labour
Derbyshire South East Arthur Champion Labour
Derbyshire West Edward Wakefield Conservative
Devizes Christopher Hollis Conservative
Devon North Christopher Peto Conservative
Dewsbury Will Paling Labour
Doncaster Ray Gunter Labour
Don Valley Tom Williams Labour
Dorking Gordon Touche Conservative
Dorset North Robert Crouch Conservative
Dorset, South Viscount Hinchingbrooke Conservative
Dorset West Simon Wingfield Digby Conservative
Dover John Arbuthnot Conservative
Down, North Sir Walter Dorling Smiles Ulster Unionist
Down, South Lawrence Orr Ulster Unionist
Droylesden Reverend George Woods Labour
Dudley George Wigg Labour
Dulwich Wilfrid Vernon Labour
Dumfries Niall Macpherson National Liberal & Conservative
Dunbartonshire East David Kirkwood Labour
Dunbartonshire West Adam McKinlay Labour
Dundee East Thomas Cook Labour
Dundee West John Strachey Labour
Dunfermline Burghs James Clunie Labour
Durham Charles Grey Labour
Durham North West James Dixon Murray Labour


Ealing North James Hindle Hudson Co-op & Labour
Ealing South Angus Maude Conservative
Easington Manny Shinwell Labour
East Ham North Percy Daines Co-op & Labour
East Ham South Alfred Barnes Co-op & Labour
Eastbourne Charles Taylor Conservative
East Grinstead Ralph Stephenson Clarke Conservative
Ebbw Vale Aneurin Bevan Labour
Eccles William Proctor Labour
Edinburgh Central Andrew Gilzean Labour
Edinburgh East John Wheatley Labour
Edinburgh Leith James Hoy Labour
Edinburgh North James Latham Clyde Conservative
Edinburgh Pentlands Lord John Hope Conservative
Edinburgh South Sir William Darling Conservative
Edinburgh West Ian Clark Hutchison Conservative
Edmonton Austen Albu Labour
Enfield East Ernest Davies Labour
Enfield West Iain Macleod Conservative
Epping Nigel Davies Conservative
Epsom Malcolm McCorquodale Conservative
Esher William Robson Brown Conservative
Eton and Slough Fenner Brockway Labour
Exeter J. C. Maude Conservative
Eye Edgar Granville Liberal


Falmouth and Camborne Harold Hayman Labour
Farnham Godfrey Nicholson Conservative
Farnworth George Tomlinson Labour
Faversham Percy Wells Labour
Fermanagh and South Tyrone Cahir Healy Irish Nationalist
Fife East James Henderson-Stewart National Liberal & Conservative
Fife West Willie Hamilton Labour
Finchley John Crowder Conservative
Flint East Eirene White Labour
Flint West Nigel Birch Conservative
Folkestone and Hythe Harry Mackeson Conservative
Fulham East Michael Stewart Labour
Fulham West Edith Summerskill Labour
Fylde North Hon. Richard Stanley Conservative
Fylde South Claude Lancaster Conservative


Gainsborough Harry Crookshank Conservative
Galloway John Mackie Conservative
Gateshead East Arthur Moody Labour
Gateshead West John Thomas Hall Labour
Gillingham Frederick Burden Conservative
Glasgow Bridgeton James Carmichael Labour
Glasgow Camlachie William Reid Labour
Glasgow Cathcart John Henderson Conservative
Glasgow Central James McInnes Labour
Glasgow Gorbals Alice Cullen Labour
Glasgow Govan Jack Browne Conservative
Glasgow Hillhead Tam Galbraith Conservative
Glasgow Kelvingrove Walter Elliot Conservative
Glasgow Maryhill William Hannan Labour
Glasgow Pollok Thomas Galbraith Conservative
Glasgow Scotstoun Sir Arthur Young Conservative
Glasgow Shettleston John McGovern Labour
Glasgow Springburn John Forman Co-op & Labour
Glasgow Tradeston John Rankin Co-op & Labour
Glasgow Woodside William Gordon Bennett Conservative
Gloucester Moss Turner-Samuels Labour
Gloucestershire South Anthony Crosland Labour
Gloucestershire West Morgan Philips Price Labour
Goole George Jeger Labour
Gosport and Fareham Reginald Bennett Conservative
Gower David Grenfell Labour
Grantham Eric Smith Conservative
Gravesend Sir Richard Acland, Bt Labour
Greenock Hector McNeil Labour
Greenwich Joseph Reeves Labour
Grimsby Kenneth Younger Labour
Guildford George Nugent Conservative


Hackney North and Stoke Newington David Weitzman Labour
Hackney South Herbert Butler Labour
Halifax Dryden Brook Labour
Haltemprice Richard Law Conservative
Hamilton Tom Fraser Labour
Hammersmith North Frank Tomney Labour
Hammersmith South Thomas Williams Co-op & Labour
Hampstead Henry Brooke Conservative
Harborough John Baldock Conservative
Harrogate Christopher York Conservative
Harrow Central Patrick Bishop Conservative
Harrow East Ian Harvey Conservative
Harrow West Norman Bower Conservative
The Hartlepools David Thomas Jones Labour
Harwich Sir Stanley Holmes National Liberal
Hastings Neill Cooper-Key Conservative
Hayes and Harlington Walter Ayles Labour
Hemel Hempstead The Viscountess Davidson Conservative
Hemsworth Horace Holmes Labour
Hendon North Ian Orr-Ewing Conservative
Hendon South Sir Hugh Lucas-Tooth, Bt Conservative
Henley John Hay Conservative
Hereford James Thomas Conservative
Hertford Derek Walker-Smith Conservative
Hertfordshire South West Gilbert Longden Conservative
Heston and Isleworth Reader Harris Conservative
Hexham Douglas Clifton Brown Conservative (Speaker)
Heywood and Royton Harold Sutcliffe Conservative
High Peak Hugh Molson Conservative
Hitchin Nigel Fisher Conservative
Holborn and St Pancras South Santo Jeger Labour
Holland-with-Boston Herbert Butcher National Liberal & Conservative
Honiton Cedric Drewe Conservative
Horncastle John Maitland Conservative
Hornchurch Geoffrey Bing Labour
Hornsey David Gammans Conservative
Horsham The Earl Winterton Conservative
Houghton-le-Spring Billy Blyton Labour
Hove Anthony Marlowe Conservative
Huddersfield East Joseph Mallalieu Labour
Huddersfield West Donald Wade Liberal
Huntingdonshire David Renton National Liberal & Conservative
Huyton Harold Wilson Labour


Ilford North Geoffrey Hutchinson Conservative
Ilford South Albert Cooper Conservative
Ilkeston George Oliver Labour
Ince Tom Brown Labour
Inverness Lord Malcolm Douglas-Hamilton Conservative
Ipswich Richard Stokes Labour
Isle of Ely Harry Legge-Bourke Conservative
Isle of Thanet Hon. Edward Carson Conservative
Isle of Wight Sir Peter Macdonald Conservative
Islington East Eric Fletcher Labour
Islington North Ronw Moelwyn Hughes Labour
Islington South West Albert Evans Labour



Jarrow Ernest Fernyhough Labour


Keighley Charles Hobson Labour
Kensington North George Rogers Labour
Kensington South Sir Patrick Spens Conservative
Kettering Gilbert Mitchison Labour
Kidderminster Gerald Nabarro Conservative
Kilmarnock William Ross Labour
King's Lynn Frederick Wise Labour
Kingston upon Hull Central Mark Hewitson Labour
Kingston upon Hull East Harry Pursey Labour
Kingston upon Hull, North Austen Hudson Conservative
Kingston-upon-Thames John Boyd-Carpenter Conservative
Kinross and West Perthshire William McNair Snadden Conservative
Kirkcaldy Burghs Thomas Hubbard Labour
Knutsford Walter Bromley-Davenport Conservative


Lanark Lord Dunglass Conservative
Lanarkshire North Margaret Herbison Labour
Lancaster Fitzroy Maclean Conservative
Leeds Central George Porter Labour
Leeds North East Alice Bacon Labour
Leeds North Osbert Peake Conservative
Leeds North West Donald Kaberry Conservative
Leeds South Hugh Gaitskell Labour
Leeds South East James Milner Labour
Leeds West Thomas Charles Pannell Labour
Leek Harold Davies Labour
Leicester North East Terence Donovan Labour
Leicester North West Barney Janner Labour
Leicester South East Charles Waterhouse Conservative
Leicester South West Bert Bowden Labour
Leigh Harold Boardman Labour
Leominster Archer Baldwin Conservative
Lewes Tufton Beamish Conservative
Lewisham North Sir Austin Hudson, Bt Conservative
Lewisham South Herbert Morrison Labour
Lewisham West Henry Price Conservative
Leyton Reginald Sorensen Labour
Lichfield and Tamworth Julian Snow Labour
Lincoln Geoffrey de Freitas Labour
Liverpool Edge Hill Arthur Irvine Labour
Liverpool Exchange Bessie Braddock Labour
Liverpool Garston Victor Raikes Conservative
Liverpool Kirkdale William Keenan Labour
Liverpool Scotland David Logan Labour
Liverpool Toxteth Reginald Bevins Conservative
Liverpool Walton Kenneth Thompson Conservative
Liverpool Wavertree John Tilney Conservative
Liverpool West Derby Sir David Maxwell Fyfe Conservative
Llanelly James Griffiths Labour
Londonderry Sir Ronald Ross, Bt Ulster Unionist
Loughborough Mont Follick Labour
Louth Cyril Osborne Conservative
Lowestoft Edward Evans Labour
Ludlow Uvedale Corbett Conservative
Luton Charles Hill Conservative & National Liberal


Macclesfield Arthur Vere Harvey Conservative
Maidstone Alfred Bossom Conservative
Maldon Tom Driberg Labour
Manchester Ardwick Leslie Lever Labour
Manchester Blackley Jack Diamond Labour
Manchester Cheetham Harold Lever Labour
Manchester Clayton Harry Thorneycroft Labour
Manchester Exchange Will Griffiths Labour
Manchester Gorton William Oldfield Labour
Manchester Moss Side Florence Horsbrugh Conservative
Manchester Withington Frederick Cundiff Conservative
Manchester Wythenshawe Eveline Hill Conservative
Mansfield Bernard Taylor Labour
Melton Anthony Nutting Conservative
Merioneth Emrys Roberts Liberal
Merthyr Tydfil S. O. Davies Labour
Merton and Morden Robert Ryder Conservative
Middlesbrough East Hilary Marquand Labour
Middlesbrough West Geoffrey Cooper Labour
Middleton and Prestwich Ernest Gates Conservative
Midlothian and Peebles David Pryde Labour
Mitcham Robert Carr Conservative
Monmouth Peter Thorneycroft Conservative
Montgomeryshire Clement Davies Liberal
Moray and Nairn Hon. James Stuart Conservative
Morecambe and Lonsdale Sir Ian Fraser Conservative
Morpeth Robert Taylor Labour
Motherwell Alexander Anderson Labour


Neath D. J. Williams Labour
Nelson and Colne Sydney Silverman Labour
Newark George Deer Labour
Newbury Anthony Hurd Conservative
Newcastle-under-Lyme John Mack Labour
Newcastle upon Tyne Central Lyall Wilkes Labour
Newcastle upon Tyne East Arthur Blenkinsop Labour
Newcastle upon Tyne North Sir Cuthbert Headlam, Bt Conservative
Newcastle upon Tyne West Ernest Popplewell Labour
New Forest Oliver Crosthwaite-Eyre Conservative
Newport Peter Freeman Labour
Newton Frederick Lee Labour
Norfolk Central Frank Medlicott National Liberal & Conservative
Norfolk North Edwin Gooch Labour
Norfolk South Peter Baker Conservative
Norfolk, South West Sidney Dye Labour
Normanton Thomas Brooks Labour
Northampton Reginald Paget Labour
Northamptonshire South Reginald Manningham-Buller Conservative
Northwich John Foster Conservative
Norwich, North John Paton Labour
Norwich, South Henry Strauss Conservative
Norwood John Smyth Conservative
Nottingham Central Ian Winterbottom Labour
Nottingham East James Harrison Labour
Nottingham North West Tom O'Brien Labour
Nottingham South Norman Smith Co-op & Labour
Nuneaton Frank Bowles Labour


Ogmore Walter Padley Labour
Oldbury and Halesowen Arthur Moyle Labour
Oldham East Frank Fairhurst Labour
Oldham West Leslie Hale Labour
Orkney and Zetland Jo Grimond Liberal
Ormskirk Sir Ronald Cross, Bt Conservative
Orpington Sir Waldron Smithers Conservative
Oswestry Hon. David Ormsby-Gore Conservative
Oxford Hon. Quintin Hogg Conservative


Paddington North William J. Field Labour
Paddington South Somerset de Chair Conservative
Paisley Douglas Johnston Labour
Peckham Freda Corbet Labour
Pembrokeshire Desmond Donnelly Labour
Penistone Henry McGhee Labour
Penrith and the Border Robert Scott Conservative
Perth and East Perthshire Alan Gomme-Duncan Conservative
Peterborough Harmar Nicholls Conservative
Petersfield Sir George Jeffreys Conservative
Plymouth Devonport Michael Foot Labour
Plymouth Sutton Lucy Middleton Labour
Pontefract George Sylvester Labour
Pontypool Granville West Labour
Pontypridd Arthur Pearson Labour
Poole Mervyn Wheatley Conservative
Poplar Charles Key Labour
Portsmouth Langstone Geoffrey Stevens Conservative
Portsmouth South Sir Jocelyn Lucas, Bt Conservative
Portsmouth West Terence Clarke Conservative
Preston North Julian Amery Conservative
Preston South Edward Shackleton Labour
Pudsey Cyril Banks Conservative
Putney Hugh Linstead Conservative


Reading, North Ronald Mackay Labour
Reading, South Ian Mikardo Labour
Reigate John Vaughan-Morgan Conservative
Renfrewshire, East Guy Lloyd Conservative
Renfrewshire, West Hon. John Maclay National Liberal & Conservative
Rhondda East William Mainwaring Labour
Rhondda West Iorwerth Thomas Labour
Richmond (Yorks) Sir Thomas Dugdale, Bt Conservative
Richmond upon Thames Sir George Harvie Watt Conservative
Ripon Malcolm Stoddart-Scott Conservative
Rochdale Joseph Hale Labour
Rochester and Chatham Arthur Bottomley Labour
Romford John Cutts Lockwood Conservative
Ross and Cromarty John MacLeod Liberal & Conservative
Rossendale Anthony Greenwood Labour
Rotherham Jack Jones Labour
Rother Valley David Griffiths Labour
Rowley Regis and Tipton Arthur Henderson Labour
Roxburgh and Selkirk Archie Macdonald Liberal
Rugby James Johnson Labour
Ruislip-Northwood Petre Crowder Conservative
Runcorn Dennis Vosper Conservative
Rushcliffe Martin Redmayne Conservative
Rutherglen Gilbert McAllister Labour
Rutland and Stamford Roger Conant Conservative


Saffron Walden R. A. Butler Conservative
St Albans Hon. John Grimston Conservative
St Helens Hartley Shawcross Labour
St Ives Hon. Greville Howard Conservative & Nat. Liberal
St Marylebone Sir Wavell Wakefield Conservative
St Pancras North Kenneth Robinson Labour
Salford East Edward Hardy Labour
Salford West Charles Royle Labour
Salisbury John Morrison Conservative
Scarborough and Whitby Alexander Spearman Conservative
Sedgefield Joseph Slater Labour
Sevenoaks John Rodgers Conservative
Sheffield, Attercliffe John Burns Hynd Labour
Sheffield, Brightside Richard Winterbottom Labour
Sheffield, Hallam Roland Jennings Conservative & Liberal
Sheffield, Heeley Peter Roberts Conservative & Liberal
Sheffield, Hillsborough George Darling Co-op & Labour
Sheffield, Neepsend Harry Morris Labour
Sheffield, Park Frederick Mulley Labour
Shipley Geoffrey Hirst Conservative
Shoreditch and Finsbury Ernest Thurtle Labour
Shrewsbury John Langford-Holt Conservative
Skipton Burnaby Drayson Conservative
Smethwick Patrick Gordon Walker Labour
Solihull Martin Lindsay Conservative
Somerset North Edwin Leather Conservative
Southall George Pargiter Labour
Southampton, Itchen Ralph Morley Labour
Southampton, Test Horace King Labour
Southend East Stephen McAdden Conservative
Southend West Henry "Chips" Channon Conservative
Southgate Beverley Baxter Conservative
Southport Robert Hudson Conservative
South Shields James Chuter Ede Labour
Southwark George Isaacs Labour
Sowerby Douglas Houghton Labour
Spelthorne Beresford Craddock Conservative
Stafford and Stone Hon. Hugh Fraser Conservative
Stalybridge and Hyde Rev. Gordon Lang Labour
Stepney Walter Edwards Labour
Stirling and Falkirk Malcolm MacPherson Labour
Stirlingshire East and Clackmannan Arthur Woodburn Labour
Stirlingshire West Alfred Balfour Labour
Stockport North Norman Hulbert Conservative
Stockport South Sir Arnold Gridley Conservative
Stockton-on-Tees George Chetwynd Labour
Stoke-on-Trent Central Barnett Stross Labour
Stoke-on-Trent North Albert Edward Davies Labour
Stoke-on-Trent South Ellis Smith Labour
Stratford-on-Avon John Profumo Conservative
Streatham Duncan Sandys Conservative
Stretford Samuel Storey Conservative
Stroud and Thornbury Sir Walter Robert Dempster Perkins Conservative
Sudbury and Woodbridge Hon. John Hare Conservative
Sunderland North Fred Willey Labour
Sunderland South Richard Ewart Labour
Surrey East Hon. Michael Astor Conservative
Sutton and Cheam Sydney Marshall Conservative
Sutton Coldfield Sir John Mellor, Bt Conservative
Swansea East David Mort Labour
Swansea, West Percy Morris Labour
Swindon Thomas Reid Labour


Taunton Henry Hopkinson Conservative
Tavistock Henry Studholme Conservative
Thirsk and Malton Robin Turton Conservative
Thurrock Hugh Delargy Labour
Tiverton Derick Heathcoat Amory Conservative
Tonbridge Gerald Williams Conservative
Torquay Charles Williams Conservative
Torrington Hon. George Lambert National Liberal & Conservative
Totnes Ralph Rayner Conservative
Tottenham Frederick Messer Co-op & Labour
Truro Geoffrey Wilson Conservative
Twickenham Edward Keeling Conservative
Tynemouth Irene Ward Conservative


Ulster Mid Anthony Mulvey Irish Nationalist
Uxbridge Frank Beswick Co-op & Labour


Vauxhall George Strauss Labour


Wakefield Arthur Greenwood Labour
Wallasey Ernest Marples Conservative
Wallsend John McKay Labour
Walsall William Wells Labour
Walthamstow East Harry Wallace Labour
Walthamstow West Clement Attlee Labour
Wandsworth Central Richard Adams Labour
Warwick and Leamington Anthony Eden Conservative
Warrington Hyacinth Morgan Labour
Watford John Freeman Labour
Wednesbury Stanley Evans Labour
Wellingborough George Lindgren Labour
Wells Dennis Coleridge Boles Conservative
Wembley North Sir Eric Bullus Conservative
Wembley South Sir Ronald Stanley Russell Conservative
West Bromwich John Dugdale Labour
Westbury Robert Grimston Conservative
Western Isles Malcolm Macmillan Labour
West Ham North Arthur Lewis Labour
West Ham South Elwyn Jones Labour
Westhoughton Rhys Davies Labour
West Lothian George Mathers Labour
Westmorland William Fletcher-Vane Conservative
Weston-super-Mare Ian Orr-Ewing Conservative
Whitehaven Frank Anderson Labour
Widnes James MacColl Labour
Wigan Ronald Williams Labour
Willesden East Maurice Orbach Labour
Willesden West Samuel Viant Labour
Wimbledon Cyril Black Conservative
Winchester Peter Smithers Conservative
Windsor Charles Mott-Radclyffe Conservative
Wirral Selwyn Lloyd Conservative
Woking Harold Watkinson Conservative
Wokingham Peter Remnant Conservative
Wolverhampton North East John Baird Labour
Wolverhampton South West Enoch Powell Conservative
Woodford Winston Churchill Conservative
Wood Green William Irving Co-op & Labour
Woolwich East Ernest Bevin Labour
Woolwich West William Steward Conservative
Worcester Hon. George Ward Conservative
Worcestershire South Rupert de la Bere Conservative
Workington Fred Peart Labour
Worthing Otho Prior-Palmer Conservative
The Wrekin Ivor Owen Thomas Labour
Wrexham Robert Richards Labour
Wycombe John Haire Labour


Yarmouth Ernest Kinghorn Labour
Yeovil William Kingsmill Conservative
York Harry Hylton-Foster Conservative

× MacManaway was disqualified for being a Church of Ireland priest. A by-election was held in November 1950.
ł Polling in Moss Side took place on 9 March after the Conservative candidate, Sqn. Ldr. Fleming, died before polling day. Florence Horsbrugh had previously stood in the main election in Midlothian and Peebles.


See the list of United Kingdom by-elections.

See also


  • The Times House of Commons 1950 (1950)
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