Labour Party (UK) deputy leadership election, 1960
The 1960 Labour Party deputy leadership election took place on 10 November 1960, after the death of sitting deputy leader Aneurin Bevan.
- George Brown, former Minister of Works, Member of Parliament for Belper
- James Callaghan, former Parliamentary and Financial Secretary to the Admiralty, Member of Parliament for Cardiff South East
- Frederick Lee, former Parliamentary Secretary to the Ministry of Labour and National Service, Member of Parliament for Newton
|Second ballot required|
As a result of the first round, Callaghan was eliminated. The remaining two candidates would face each other in a second round.
|George Brown elected|
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