List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 1959

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This is a list of members of Parliament elected to the 42nd Parliament of the United Kingdom at the 1959 general election, held on 8 October 1959.

Notable newcomers to the House of Commons included Margaret Thatcher, Nicholas Ridley, Jim Prior, Peter Tapsell, John Morris and Jeremy Thorpe. It was also the final election in which Winston Churchill, then 84, was a candidate.


Table of contents:

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

A[edit]

Constituency MP Party
Aberavon John Morris Labour
Aberdare Arthur Probert Labour
Aberdeen North Hector Hughes Labour
Aberdeen South Lady Tweedsmuir Conservative
Aberdeenshire East Patrick Wolrige-Gordon Conservative
Aberdeenshire West Forbes Hendry Conservative
Abertillery Llywelyn Williams Labour
Abingdon Airey Neave Conservative
Accrington Henry Hynd Labour
Acton Philip Welsby Holland Conservative
Aldershot Eric Errington Conservative
Altrincham and Sale FJ Errol Conservative
Anglesey Cledwyn Hughes Labour
Angus North and Mearns Colin Thornton-Kemsley Liberal and Conservative
Angus South Sir James Duncan, Bt. Liberal and Conservative
Antrim North Henry Maitland Clark Ulster Unionist
Antrim South Knox Cunningham Ulster Unionist
Argyll Michael Noble Conservative
Armagh John Maginnis Ulster Unionist
Arundel and Shoreham Henry Kerby Conservative
Ashfield William Warbey Labour
Ashford Bill Deedes Conservative
Ashton-under-Lyne Hervey Rhodes Labour
Aylesbury Spencer Summers Conservative
Ayr Sir Thomas Moore, Bt. Conservative
Ayrshire Central Archie Manuel Labour
Ayrshire, North, and Bute Fitzroy Maclean Conservative
Ayrshire South Emrys Hughes Labour

B[edit]

Banbury Neil Marten Conservative
Banffshire William Duthie Conservative
Barking Tom Driberg Labour
Barkston Ash Leonard Ropner Conservative
Barnet Reginald Maudling Conservative
Barnsley Roy Mason Labour
Barons Court William Compton Carr Conservative
Barrow-in-Furness Walter Monslow Labour
Barry Raymond Gower Conservative
Basingstoke Denzil Freeth Conservative
Bassetlaw Fred Bellenger Labour
Bath James Pitman Conservative
Batley and Morley Alfred Broughton Labour
Battersea North Douglas Jay Labour
Battersea South Ernest Partridge Conservative
Bebington Hendrie Oakshott Conservative
Beckenham Philip Goodhart Conservative
Bedford Christopher Soames Conservative
Bedfordshire, Mid Alan Lennox-Boyd Conservative
Bedfordshire South Norman Cole Liberal and Conservative
Bedwellty Harold Finch Labour
Belfast East Stanley McMaster Ulster Unionist
Belfast North Stratton Mills Ulster Unionist
Belfast South Sir David Campbell Ulster Unionist
Belfast West Patricia McLaughlin Ulster Unionist
Belper George Brown Labour
Bermondsey Robert Mellish Labour
Berwick and East Lothian William Anstruther-Gray Conservative
Berwick upon Tweed Antony Lambton Conservative
Bethnal Green Percy Holman Labour
Bexley Edward Heath Conservative
Billericay Edward Gardner Conservative
Bilston Robert Edwards Labour
Birkenhead Percy Collick Labour
Birmingham All Saints John Hollingworth Conservative
Birmingham Aston Julius Silverman Labour
Birmingham Edgbaston Edith Pitt Conservative
Birmingham Hall Green Aubrey Jones Conservative
Birmingham Handsworth Sir Edward Boyle Conservative
Birmingham Ladywood Victor Yates Labour
Birmingham Northfield Donald Chapman Labour
Birmingham Perry Barr Charles Howell Labour
Birmingham Selly Oak Harold Gurden Conservative
Birmingham Small Heath William Wheeldon Labour
Birmingham Sparkbrook Leslie Seymour Conservative
Birmingham Stechford Roy Jenkins Labour
Birmingham Yardley Leonard Cleaver Conservative
Bishop Auckland James Boyden Labour
Blackburn Barbara Castle Labour
Blackpool North Toby Low Conservative
Blackpool South Roland Robinson Conservative
Blaydon Robert Woof Labour
Blyth Alfred Robens Labour
Bodmin Douglas Marshall Conservative
Bolsover Harold Neal Labour
Bolton East Philip Bell Conservative
Bolton West Arthur Holt Liberal
Bootle Simon Mahon Labour
Bosworth Woodrow Wyatt Labour
Bothwell John Timmons Labour
Bournemouth East and Christchurch John Cordle Conservative
Bournemouth West John Eden Conservative
Bradford East Frank McLeavy Labour
Bradford North William Taylor Conservative & National Liberal
Bradford South George Craddock Labour
Bradford West Arthur Tiley Conservative & National Liberal
Brecon and Radnor Tudor Watkins Labour
Brentford and Chiswick Dudley Gordon Smith Conservative
Bridgwater Gerald Wills Conservative
Bridlington Hon. Richard Wood Conservative
Brierley Hill John Ellis Talbot Conservative
Brigg Lance Mallalieu Labour
Brighouse and Spenborough Lewis John Edwards Labour
Brighton Kemptown David James Conservative
Brighton Pavilion William Teeling Conservative
Bristol Central Stanley Awbery Labour
Bristol North East Alan Hopkins Conservative & National Liberal
Bristol North West Martin McLaren Conservative
Bristol South William A. Wilkins Labour
Bristol South East Anthony Neil Wedgwood Benn Labour
Bristol West Robert Cooke Conservative
Brixton Marcus Lipton Labour
Bromley Harold Macmillan Conservative
Bromsgrove James Dance Conservative
Buckingham Frank Markham Conservative
Buckinghamshire South Ronald Bell Conservative
Burnley Daniel Jones Labour
Burton John Jennings Conservative
Bury and Radcliffe John Claude Bidgood Conservative
Bury St Edmunds William Aitken Conservative

C[edit]

Caernarfon Goronwy Owen Roberts Labour
Caerphilly Ness Edwards Labour
Caithness and Sutherland David Robertson Independent Conservative
Cambridge Hamilton Kerr Conservative
Cambridgeshire Gerald Howard Conservative
Cannock Jennie Lee Labour
Canterbury Leslie Thomas Conservative
Cardiff North Donald Box Conservative
Cardiff South East James Callaghan Labour
Cardiff West George Thomas Labour
Cardiganshire Evan Roderic Bowen Liberal
Carlisle Donald McIntosh Johnson Conservative
Carlton Kenneth William Murray Pickthorn Conservative
Carmarthen Lady Megan Lloyd George Labour
Carshalton Antony Head Conservative
Cheadle William Shepherd Conservative
Chelmsford Hubert Ashton Conservative
Chelsea John Litchfield Conservative
Cheltenham William Whitehead Hicks Beach Conservative
Chertsey Lionel Frederick Heald Conservative
Chester, City of John Meredith Temple Conservative
Chesterfield George Benson Labour
Chester-le-Street Norman Pentland Labour
Chichester Walter Loveys Conservative
Chigwell John Biggs-Davison Conservative
Chippenham David Eccles Conservative
Chislehurst Patricia Hornsby-Smith Conservative
Chorley Clifford Kenyon Labour
Cirencester and Tewkesbury Hon. Nicholas Ridley Conservative
Cities of London and Westminster Harry Hylton-Foster Conservative
Clapham Alan Jack Glyn Conservative
Cleveland Wilfred Proudfoot Conservative
Clitheroe Francis Pearson Conservative
Coatbridge and Airdrie James Dempsey Labour
Colchester Cuthbert Alport Conservative
Colne Valley Glenvil Hall Labour
Consett William Stones Labour
Conway Peter Thomas Conservative
Cornwall, North James Scott-Hopkins Conservative
Coventry East Richard Crossman Labour
Coventry North Maurice Edelman Labour
Coventry South Philip Hocking Conservative
Crewe Sydney Scholefield Allen Labour
Crosby Graham Page Conservative
Croydon North-East John Hughes-Hallett Conservative
Croydon North-West Fred Harris Conservative
Croydon South Richard Thompson Conservative

D[edit]

Dagenham John Parker Labour
Darlington Anthony Bourne-Arton Conservative
Dartford Sydney Irving Labour
Darwen Charles Fletcher-Cooke Conservative
Dearne Valley Edwin Wainwright Labour
Denbigh William Geraint Oliver Morgan Conservative
Deptford Sir Leslie Plummer Labour
Derby North Clifford Wilcock Labour
Derby South Philip Noel-Baker Labour
Derbyshire North East Thomas Swain Labour
Derbyshire South East John Jackson Conservative
Derbyshire West Edward Wakefield Conservative
Devizes H. Percivall Pott Conservative
Devon, North Jeremy Thorpe Liberal
Dewsbury David Ginsburg Labour
Don Valley Richard Kelley Labour
Doncaster Anthony Barber Conservative
Dorking Sir Gordon Touche Conservative
Dorset North Sir Richard Glyn Conservative
Dorset South Victor Montagu Conservative
Dorset West Simon Wingfield Digby Conservative
Dover John Sinclair Wemyss Arbuthnot Conservative
Down North George Currie Ulster Unionist
Down South Lawrence Orr Ulster Unionist
Dudley George Wigg Labour
Dulwich Robert Christmas Dewar Jenkins Conservative
Dumfriesshire Major Niall Malcolm Stewart Macpherson National Liberal and Conservative
Dunbartonshire East Cyril Bence Labour
Dunbartonshire West Tom Steele Labour
Dundee East George Morgan Thomson Labour
Dundee West Evelyn John St Loe Strachey Labour
Dunfermline Burghs Alan Thompson Labour
Durham Charles Grey Labour
Durham North West William Ainsley Labour

E[edit]

Ealing North John Barter Conservative
Ealing South Brian Batsford Conservative
Easington Manny Shinwell Labour
East Grinstead Evelyn Emmet Conservative
East Ham North Reg Prentice Labour
East Ham South Albert Oram Labour
Eastbourne Charles Taylor Conservative
Eastleigh David Price Conservative
Ebbw Vale Aneurin Bevan Labour
Eccles William Proctor Labour
Edinburgh Central Thomas Oswald Labour
Edinburgh East George Willis Labour
Edinburgh Leith James Hutchison Hoy Labour
Edinburgh North William Rankine Milligan Conservative
Edinburgh Pentlands Lord John Hope Conservative
Edinburgh South Michael Clark Hutchison Conservative
Edinburgh West James Anthony Stodart Conservative
Edmonton Austen Albu Labour
Enfield East John Mackie Labour
Enfield West Iain Macleod Conservative
Epping Graeme Bell Finlay Conservative
Epsom Peter Rawlinson Conservative
Erith and Crayford Norman Noel Dodds Labour
Esher William Robson Brown Conservative
Essex South East Bernard Braine Conservative
Eton and Slough Fenner Brockway Labour
Exeter R. Dudley Williams Conservative
Eye Harwood Harrison Conservative

F[edit]

Falmouth and Camborne Frank Hayman Labour
Farnham Godfrey Nicholson Conservative
Farnworth Ernest Thornton Labour
Faversham Percy Wells Labour
Feltham Albert Hunter Labour
Fermanagh and South Tyrone Lord Robert George Grosvenor Ulster Unionist
Fife East Sir James Henderson-Stewart, Bt. Liberal National
Fife West Willie Hamilton Labour
Finchley Margaret Thatcher Conservative
Flint East Eirene White Labour
Flint West Nigel Birch Conservative
Folkestone and Hythe Albert Costain Conservative
Fulham Michael Stewart Labour
Fylde North Hon. Richard Stanley Conservative
Fylde South Claude Lancaster Conservative

G[edit]

Gainsborough Marcus Kimball Conservative
Galloway John Brewis Conservative
Gateshead East Arthur Moody Labour
Gateshead West Harry Randall Labour
Gillingham Frederick Burden Conservative
Glasgow Bridgeton James Carmichael Labour
Glasgow Cathcart John Henderson Conservative
Glasgow Central James McInnes Labour
Glasgow Craigton Bruce Millan Labour
Glasgow Gorbals Alice Cullen Labour
Glasgow Govan John Rankin Labour
Glasgow Hillhead Tam Galbraith Conservative
Glasgow Kelvingrove Frank Lilley Conservative
Glasgow Maryhill William Hannan Labour
Glasgow Pollok Sir John George Conservative
Glasgow Provan William Reid Labour
Glasgow Scotstoun William Small Labour
Glasgow Shettleston Myer Galpern Labour
Glasgow Springburn John Forman Labour
Glasgow Woodside William Grant Conservative
Gloucester Jack Diamond Labour
Gloucestershire South Sir Frederick Corfield Conservative
Gloucestershire West Charles Loughlin Labour
Goole George Jeger Labour
Gosport and Fareham Reginald Bennett Conservative
Gower Ifor Davies Labour
Grantham Joseph Godber Conservative
Gravesend Peter Michael Kirk Conservative
Greenock Jesse Dickson Mabon Labour
Greenwich Richard Marsh Labour
Grimsby Anthony Crosland Labour
Guildford George Richard Hodges Nugent Conservative

H[edit]

Hackney Central Herbert Butler Labour
Hackney North and Stoke Newington David Weitzman Labour
Halifax Maurice Macmillan Conservative
Haltemprice Patrick Wall Conservative
Hamilton Tom Fraser Labour
Hammersmith North Frank Tomney Labour
Hampstead Henry Brooke Conservative
Harborough John Farr Conservative
Harrogate James Ramsden Conservative
Harrow Central Patrick Bishop Conservative
Harrow East Anthony Courtney Conservative
Harrow West Sir Albert Braithwaite Conservative
The Hartlepools John Simon Kerans Conservative
Harwich Julian Ridsdale Conservative and Nat Lib
Hastings Neill Cooper-Key Conservative
Hayes and Harlington Arthur Skeffington Labour
Hemel Hempstead James Allason Conservative
Hemsworth Alan Beaney Labour
Hendon North Ian Orr-Ewing Conservative
Hendon South Hugh Lucas-Tooth Conservative
Henley John Hay Conservative
Hereford David Gibson-Watt Conservative
Hertford Lord Balniel Conservative
Hertfordshire East Derek Walker-Smith Conservative
Hertfordshire South West Gilbert Longden Conservative
Heston and Isleworth Reader Harris Conservative
Hexham Rupert Speir Conservative
Heywood and Royton Tony Leavey Conservative
High Peak High Molson Conservative
Hitchin Martin Maddan Conservative
Holborn and St Pancras South Geoffrey Johnson Smith Conservative
Holland with Boston Herbert Butcher Nat Lib & Conservative
Honiton Robert Mathew Conservative
Horncastle John Maitland Conservative
Hornchurch Godfrey Lagden Conservative
Hornsey Lady Gammans Conservative
Horsham Frederick Gough Conservative
Houghton-le-Spring Billy Blyton Labour
Hove Anthony Marlowe Conservative
Howden Paul Bryan Conservative
Huddersfield East Joseph Mallalieu Labour
Huddersfield West Donald Wade Liberal
Hull East Harry Pursey Labour
Hull North Michael Coulson Conservative
Hull West Mark Hewitson Labour
Huntingdonshire David Renton Conservative and Nat Lib
Huyton Harold Wilson Labour

I[edit]

Ilford North Thomas Iremonger Conservative
Ilford South Albert Cooper Conservative
Ilkeston George Oliver Labour
Ince Thomas James Brown Labour
Inverness Neil McLean Conservative
Ipswich Dingle Foot Labour
Isle of Ely Harry Legge-Bourke Conservative
Isle of Thanet William Rees-Davies Conservative
Isle of Wight Mark Woodnutt Conservative
Islington East Sir Eric Fletcher Labour
Islington North Gerald Reynolds Labour
Islington South West Albert Evans Labour

J[edit]

Jarrow Ernest Fernyhough Labour

K[edit]

Keighley Marcus Worsley Conservative
Kensington North George Henry Roland Rogers Labour
Kensington South William Roots Conservative
Kettering Dick Mitchison Labour
Kidderminster Gerald Nabarro Conservative
Kilmarnock William Ross Labour
King's Lynn Denys Bullard Conservative
Kingston upon Thames John Boyd-Carpenter Conservative
Kinross and West Perthshire Gilmour Leburn Conservative
Kirkcaldy Burghs Harry Gourlay Labour
Knutsford Walter Henry Bromley-Davenport Conservative

L[edit]

Lanark Judith Hart Labour
Lanarkshire North Margaret Herbison Labour
Lancaster Humphry Berkeley Conservative
Leeds East Denis Healey Labour
Leeds North East Keith Joseph Conservative
Leeds North West Donald Kaberry Conservative
Leeds South Hugh Gaitskell Labour
Leeds South East Alice Bacon Labour
Leeds West Charles Pannell Labour
Leek Harold Davies Labour
Leicester North East Lynn Ungoed-Thomas Labour
Leicester North West Barnett Janner Labour
Leicester South East William John Peel Conservative
Leicester South West Herbert Bowden Labour
Leigh Harold Boardman Labour
Leominster Clive Bossom Conservative
Lewes Tufton Beamish Conservative
Lewisham North Christopher Chataway Conservative
Lewisham South Carol Johnson 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 Richard Martin Bingham Conservative
Liverpool Kirkdale Norman Pannell Conservative
Liverpool Scotland David Logan Labour
Liverpool Toxteth Reginald Bevins Conservative
Liverpool Walton Kenneth Thompson Conservative
Liverpool Wavertree Sir John Tilney Conservative
Liverpool West Derby John Woollam Conservative
Llanelli Jim Griffiths Labour
Londonderry Robin Chichester-Clark Ulster Unionist
Loughborough John Desmond Cronin Labour
Louth Sir Cyril Osborne Conservative
Lowestoft James Prior Conservative
Ludlow Christopher Holland-Martin Conservative
Luton Charles Hill Liberal and Conservative

M[edit]

Macclesfield Arthur Vere Harvey Conservative
Maidstone John Wells Conservative
Maldon Alastair Harrison Conservative
Manchester Ardwick Leslie Lever Labour
Manchester Blackley Eric Johnson Conservative
Manchester Cheetham Harold Lever Labour
Manchester Exchange Will Griffiths Labour
Manchester Gorton Konni Zilliacus Labour
Manchester Moss Side James Watts Conservative
Manchester Openshaw William Richard Williams Labour
Manchester Withington Sir Robert Cary, Bt. Conservative
Manchester Wythenshawe Eveline Hill Conservative
Mansfield Bernard Taylor Labour
Melton Mervyn Pike Conservative
Meriden Gordon Matthews Conservative
Merioneth Thomas Jones Labour
Merthyr Tydfil S.O. Davies Labour
Merton and Morden Humphrey Atkins Conservative
Middlesbrough East Hilary Marquand Labour
Middlesbrough West Jocelyn Simon Conservative
Middleton and Prestwich Sir John Barlow, Bt. Conservative
Midlothian James Hill Labour
Mitcham Robert Carr Conservative
Monmouth Peter Thorneycroft Conservative
Montgomery Clement Davies Liberal
Moray and Nairn Gordon Campbell Conservative
Morecambe and Lonsdale Basil de Ferranti Conservative
Morpeth Will Owen Labour
Motherwell George Lawson Labour

N[edit]

Nantwich Robert Grant-Ferris Conservative
Neath D. J. Williams Labour
Nelson and Colne Sydney Silverman Labour
New Forest Oliver Crosthwaite-Eyre Conservative
Newark George Deer Labour
Newbury Sir Anthony Hurd Conservative
Newcastle-under-Lyme Stephen Swingler Labour
Newcastle upon Tyne Central Ted Short Labour
Newcastle upon Tyne East Fergus Montgomery Conservative
Newcastle upon Tyne North William Elliott Conservative
Newcastle upon Tyne West Ernest Popplewell Labour
Newport Frank Soskice Labour
Newton Frederick Lee Labour
Norfolk Central Richard Collard Conservative & National Liberal
Norfolk North Edwin Gooch Labour
Norfolk South John Hill Conservative
Norfolk, South West Albert Hilton Labour
Normanton Albert Roberts Labour
Northampton Reginald Paget Labour
Northamptonshire South Reginald Manningham-Buller Conservative
Northwich John Foster Conservative
Norwich North John Paton Labour
Norwich South Geoffrey Rippon Conservative
Norwood John George Smyth Conservative
Nottingham Central John Cordeaux Conservative
Nottingham North William Whitlock Labour
Nottingham South William Clark Conservative
Nottingham West Peter Tapsell Conservative
Nuneaton Frank Bowles Labour

O[edit]

Ogmore Walter Padley Labour
Oldbury and Halesowen Arthur Moyle Labour
Oldham East Charles Mapp Labour
Oldham West Leslie Hale Labour
Orkney and Shetland Jo Grimond Liberal
Ormskirk Douglas Glover Conservative
Orpington Donald Sumner Conservative
Oswestry Hon. David Ormsby-Gore Conservative
Oxford Montague Woodhouse Conservative

P[edit]

Paddington North Ben Parkin Labour
Paddington South Robert Allan Conservative
Paisley Douglas Johnston Labour
Peckham Freda Corbet Labour
Pembrokeshire Desmond Donnelly Labour
Penistone John Mendelson Labour
Penrith and the Border William Whitelaw Conservative
Perth and East Perthshire Ian MacArthur Conservative
Peterborough Harmar Nicholls Conservative
Petersfield Hon. Peter Legh Conservative
Plymouth Devonport Joan Vickers Conservative & Nat Liberal
Plymouth Sutton Ian Fraser Conservative
Pontefract George Sylvester Labour
Pontypool Leo Abse Labour
Pontypridd Arthur Pearson Labour
Poole Richard Pilkington Conservative
Poplar Charles Key Labour
Portsmouth Langstone Geoffrey Stevens Conservative
Portsmouth South Jocelyn Lucas Conservative
Portsmouth West Terence Clarke Conservative
Preston North Julian Amery Conservative
Preston South Alan Green Conservative
Pudsey Joseph Hiley Conservative
Putney Hugh Linstead Conservative

R[edit]

Reading Peter Emery Conservative
Reigate John Vaughan-Morgan Conservative
Renfrewshire East Betty Harvie Anderson Conservative
Renfrewshire West John Scott Maclay Liberal and Conservative
Rhondda East Elfed Davies Labour
Rhondda West Iorwerth Thomas Labour
Richmond (Surrey) Anthony Royle Conservative
Richmond (Yorks) Timothy Kitson Conservative
Ripon Malcolm Stoddart-Scott Conservative
Rochdale Jack McCann Labour
Rochester and Chatham Julian Critchley Conservative
Romford Ron Ledger Labour
Ross and Cromarty Capt. John MacLeod National Liberal
Rossendale Anthony Greenwood Labour
Rother Valley David Griffiths Labour
Rotherham John Henry Jones Labour
Rowley Regis and Tipton Arthur Henderson Labour
Roxburgh, Selkirk and Peebles Charles Donaldson Conservative
Rugby Roy Wise Conservative
Ruislip-Northwood Petre Crowder Conservative
Runcorn Dennis Vosper Conservative
Rushcliffe Martin Redmayne Conservative
Rutherglen Richard Brooman-White Conservative
Rutland and Stamford Kenneth Lewis Conservative
Rye Bryant Godman Irvine Conservative

S[edit]

Saffron Walden Rab Butler Conservative
St Albans Victor Goodhew Conservative
St Helens Leslie Spriggs Labour
St Ives Hon. Greville Howard Nat Lib and Conservative
St Marylebone Wavell Wakefield Conservative
St Pancras North Kenneth Robinson Labour
Salford East Frank Allaun Labour
Salford West Charles Royle Labour
Salisbury John Morrison Conservative
Scarborough and Whitby Sir Alexander Spearman Conservative
Sedgefield Joseph Slater Labour
Sevenoaks Sir John Rodgers Conservative
Sheffield Attercliffe John Burns Hynd Labour
Sheffield Brightside Richard Winterbottom Labour
Sheffield Hallam John Osborn Conservative & Liberal
Sheffield Heeley Peter Roberts Conservative & Liberal
Sheffield Hillsborough George Darling Labour
Sheffield Park Frederick Mulley Labour
Shipley Geoffrey Hirst Conservative
Shoreditch and Finsbury Michael Cliffe Labour
Shrewsbury John Langford-Holt Conservative
Skipton Burnaby Drayson Conservative
Smethwick Patrick Gordon Walker Labour
Solihull Martin Lindsay Conservative
Somerset North Edwin Leather Conservative
South Shields James Chuter Ede Labour
Southall George Pargiter Labour
Southampton Itchen Horace King Labour
Southampton Test John Howard Conservative
Southend East Stephen McAdden Conservative
Southend West Paul Channon Conservative
Southgate Beverley Baxter Conservative
Southport Ian Percival Conservative
Southwark Ray Gunter Labour
Sowerby Douglas Houghton Labour
Spelthorne Beresford Craddock Conservative
Stafford and Stone Hon. Hugh Fraser Conservative
Stalybridge and Hyde Fred Blackburn Labour
Stepney Walter Edwards Labour
Stirling and Falkirk Malcolm MacPherson Labour
Stirlingshire East and Clackmannan Arthur Woodburn Labour
Stirlingshire West William Baxter Labour
Stockport North Norman Hulbert Conservative
Stockport South Harold Macdonald Steward Conservative
Stockton-on-Tees George Chetwynd Labour
Stoke-on-Trent Central Sir Barnett Stross Labour
Stoke-on-Trent North Harriet Slater Labour
Stoke-on-Trent South Ellis Smith Labour
Stratford-on-Avon John Profumo Conservative
Streatham Duncan Sandys Conservative
Stretford Samuel Storey Conservative
Stroud Anthony Kershaw Conservative
Sudbury and Woodbridge John Hare Conservative
Sunderland North Frederick Willey Labour
Sunderland South Paul Williams Conservative
Surbiton Nigel Fisher Conservative
Surrey East Charles Doughty Conservative
Sutton and Cheam Richard Sharples Conservative
Sutton Coldfield Geoffrey Lloyd Conservative
Swansea East David Mort Labour
Swansea West Hugh Rees Conservative
Swindon Francis Noel-Baker Labour

T[edit]

Taunton Edward du Cann Conservative
Tavistock Sir Henry Studholme, Bt. Conservative
Thirsk and Malton Robin Turton Conservative
Thurrock Hugh Delargy Labour
Tiverton Derick Heathcoat Amory Conservative
Tonbridge Richard Hornby Conservative
Torquay Frederic Bennett Conservative
Torrington Percy Browne Conservative
Totnes Ray Mawby Conservative
Tottenham Alan Grahame Brown Labour
Truro Geoffrey Wilson Conservative
Twickenham Gresham Cooke Conservative
Tynemouth Irene Ward Conservative

U[edit]

Ulster, Mid George Forrest Ulster Unionist
Uxbridge Charles Curran Conservative

V[edit]

Vauxhall George Strauss Labour

W[edit]

Wakefield Arthur Creech Jones Labour
Wallasey Ernest Marples Conservative
Wallsend John McKay Labour
Walsall North William Wells Labour
Walsall South Henry d'Avigdor-Goldsmid Conservative
Walthamstow East John Harvey Conservative
Walthamstow West Edward Redhead Labour
Wandsworth Central Michael Hughes-Young Conservative
Warrington Edith Summerskill Labour
Warwick and Leamington John Hobson Conservative
Watford Frederick Farey-Jones Conservative
Wednesbury John Stonehouse Labour
Wellingborough Michael Hamilton Conservative
Wells Lynch Maydon Conservative
Wembley North Eric Bullus Conservative
Wembley South Ronald Russell Conservative
West Bromwich John Dugdale Labour
West Ham North Arthur Lewis Labour
West Ham South Elwyn Jones Labour
West Lothian John Taylor Labour
Westbury Robert Grimston Conservative
Western Isles Malcolm MacMillan Labour
Westhoughton Tom Price Labour
Westmorland William Fletcher-Vane Conservative
Weston-super-Mare David Webster Conservative
Whitehaven Joseph Symonds Labour
Widnes James MacColl Labour
Wigan Alan Fitch Labour
Willesden East Trevor Skeet Conservative
Willesden West Laurence Pavitt Labour
Wimbledon Sir Cyril Black Conservative
Winchester Peter Smithers Conservative
Windsor Sir Charles Mott-Radclyffe Conservative
Wirral Selwyn Lloyd Conservative
Woking Harold Watkinson Conservative
Wokingham William van Straubenzee Conservative
Wolverhampton North East John Baird Labour
Wolverhampton South West Enoch Powell Conservative
Wood Green Joyce Butler Labour Co-operative
Woodford Sir Winston Churchill Conservative
Woolwich East Christopher Mayhew Labour
Woolwich West Colin Turner Conservative
Worcester Hon. George Ward Conservative
Worcestershire, South Sir Peter Garnett Agnew Conservative
Workington Fred Peart Labour
Worthing Otho Prior-Palmer Conservative
The Wrekin William Yates Conservative
Wrexham Idwal Jones Labour
Wycombe John Hall Conservative

Y[edit]

Yarmouth Anthony Fell Conservative
Yeovil John Peyton Conservative
York Charles Longbottom Conservative

By-elections[edit]

See the list of United Kingdom by-elections.

See also[edit]