1994 Dudley West by-election
The result was a Labour gain from the Conservatives, on one of the largest swings since the Second World War. This was the first significant sign of the changed political climate following the election of Tony Blair as Labour leader, which would eventually lead to Labour's 1997 general election victory. Labour gained nearly 70% of the votes, whereas the Conservative candidate attracted fewer than 20% of the votes.
|Liberal Democrat||Mike Hadley||3,154||7.6||-2.8|
|National Front||Andy Carmichael||561||1.4|
|New Britain||Mike Nattrass||146||0.3|
|FOREST - Freedom of Choice for Smokers||Marjorie Nicholson||77||0.2|
|Natural Law||John Oldbury||70||0.2|
|21st Century Conservatives Party||Colin Palmer||55||0.1|
|Labour gain from Conservative||Swing||+29.1|
|Liberal Democrat||GPT Lewis||7,446||10.5||−5.7|
- Boothroyd, David. "Results of Byelections in the 1992-97 Parliament". United Kingdom Election Results. Retrieved 1 October 2015.
- "Politics Resources". Election 1992. Politics Resources. 9 April 1992. Retrieved 6 December 2010.