Birmingham Ladywood by-election, 1977
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The Birmingham Ladywood by-election of 18 August 1977 was held after Labour Member of Parliament (MP) Brian Walden resigned in order to concentrate on his career as a journalist and broadcaster. A safe Labour seat, it was retained by the party.
|National Front||Anthony Reed Herbert||888||5.73||N/A|
|Socialist Unity||Raghib Ahsan||534||3.49||N/A|
|Independent Conservative||George Matthews||71||0.46||N/A|
|Reform Party||Peter Courtney||63||0.41||N/A|
|Air Road Public Safety||Bill Boaks||46||0.30||N/A|