List of Labour Party (UK) MPs

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This is a list of United Kingdom Labour Party MPs. It includes all Members of Parliament (MPs) elected to the British House of Commons representing the Labour Party from 1900 to 1923 and since 1992. Members of the Scottish Parliament, the Senedd or the European Parliament are not listed. Those in italics are overall leaders of the Labour Party, those in bold are Prime Ministers.

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  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Formerly a Lib-Lab MP.
  2. ^ a b c d Formerly a Liberal Party MP.
  3. ^ Formerly a Common Wealth Party MP.
  4. ^ Joined newly created National Labour in 1931.
  5. ^ a b c d Originally elected for the Co-operative Party; this affiliated to the Labour Party in 1927.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac Elected for the Labour Representation Committee in or before 1906.
  7. ^ Expelled and formed the National Democratic and Labour Party.
  8. ^ a b Defected to the Liberal Party.
  9. ^ a b c Became the [[Speaker of the House of Commons (United Kingdom)|]], and as such, ceased to sit for the Labour Party.
  10. ^ a b c Left the Labour Party in 1931 but continued to sit as an Independent Labour Party MP.
  11. ^ Elected as an Independent Labour Party MP in 1935 but later rejoined the Labour Party.
  12. ^ a b Resigned to sit as an "Independent Labour" MP.
  13. ^ Suspended December 2015, deselected for 2017 election.
  14. ^ a b c d e Formerly a Conservative Party MP.
  15. ^ Resigned the Labour whip over anti-semitism in the party.
  16. ^ Expelled from the Labour Party and sat as Independent Labour; later a founder member of Respect – The Unity Coalition.
  17. ^ a b c d Expelled from the Labour Party in September 1931, founded National Labour.
  18. ^ a b Expelled from the Labour Party and sat as an independent.
  19. ^ a b c Defected to the Lloyd George Coalition Government as a Coalition Labour MP.
  20. ^ Elected as a National Socialist Party MP in 1918 against an official Labour Party candidate.
  21. ^ Elected in 1929 as an "Independent Labour" MP due to an oversight, but took the Labour Party whip immediately.
  22. ^ Defected to Liberal Democrats; rejoined the Labour Party in 2005 but was not given the whip.
  23. ^ Sat as an independent from July 2018 until the dissolution of that parliament.
  24. ^ Saklatvala was a member of the Communist Party of Great Britain. He stood as an official Labour candidate in 1922. He lost the seat in 1923, regaining it in 1924 as a Communist candidate, without Labour support.
  25. ^ Defected to the Liberal Democrats at the end of his term of office.
  26. ^ Re-elected in 1935 for the Independent Labour Party and did not rejoin the Labour Party until 1947.
  27. ^ a b Elected as an "Independent Labour" MP.
  28. ^ Elected as an "Independent Labour" MP in 1918; took the Labour Party whip in 1919 but renounced it in 1920.
  29. ^ Joined the Independent Labour Party, then affiliated to the Labour Party, shortly before the general election.
  30. ^ Suspended 30 April 2018, resigned 18 July 2018
  31. ^ Expelled from the Labour Party, founded the Labour Independent Group in 1949.