|Tom Steele MP|
|Publicity photograph of Tom Steele from "West Dunbartonshire Labour Newsfile"|
|Member of Parliament for Lanark|
|Preceded by||Alec Douglas-Home|
|Succeeded by||Alec Douglas-Home|
|Member of Parliament for Dunbartonshire West|
1951 (by-election) – 1970 (retired)
|Preceded by||Rt Hon Adam McKinlay|
|Succeeded by||Ian Campbell|
|Born||15 November 1905|
|Died||28 May 1979|
|Occupation||Railway Station master|
Steele was elected as Member of Parliament for the constituency of Lanark in 1945, defeating Lord Dunglass (Alec-Douglas Home), and served as Parliamentary Secretary at the Ministry of National Insurance.
At elections his campaign sometimes used the slogan Vote Steele For Strength.