1957 Beckenham by-election
The Beckenham by-election was held on 21 March 1957. It was held when the incumbent Conservative MP, Patrick Buchan-Hepburn was elevated to a hereditary peerage. It was won by the Conservative candidate Philip Goodhart. Margaret Thatcher was one of the unsuccessful candidates for the Conservative nomination.
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