Labour Party (UK) deputy leadership election, 1961
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The 1961 Labour Party deputy leadership election took place on 12 November 1961, after sitting deputy leader George Brown was challenged by Barbara Castle, who became the first woman to run for either leader or deputy leader of the Labour Party.
- George Brown, incumbent Deputy Leader of the Labour Party, Member of Parliament for Belper
- Barbara Castle, Member of Parliament for Blackburn
|Only ballot: 12 November 1961|
|George Brown re-elected|
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