Ilford North by-election, 1954
The Ilford North by-election of 3 February 1954 was held after the resignation of Conservative MP Geoffrey Hutchinson, who gave up his seat to become chairman of the National Assistance Board. He subsequently became Baron Ilford. The seat was retained for the Conservatives by Tom Iremonger, who held the seat at the General Election the following year, and who remained the constituency's MP until defeated at the October 1974 election.
|Labour||Thomas W Richardson||9,927||32.32||-5.72|
|Liberal||George E Thornton||2,430||7.91||+1.46|
|Liberal||Henry Eric Pollard||3,709||6.45|
- "1954 By Election Results". Archived from the original on 2012-02-04. Retrieved 2015-08-14.
- British Parliamentary Election Results 1950-1973, FWS Craig