Great Grimsby by-election, 1977
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There was a by-election for the Great Grimsby on 28 April 1977.
It took place on the same day as the dramatic Labour defeat in Ashfield.
|Great Grimsby by-election, 1977|
|Liberal||Andrew de Freitas||3,128||6.7||-13.93|
|Socialist Workers||Michael Stanton||215||0.5|
|Sunshine Party||Peter Bishop||64||0.1|
|Malcolm Muggeridge Fan Club||Max Nottingham||30||0.0|
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