Labour Party (UK) deputy leadership election, 1980

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Labour Party deputy leadership election, 1980
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  Denis Healey.jpg
Candidate Denis Healey
Popular vote Unopposed

Deputy Leader before election

Michael Foot

Elected Deputy Leader

Denis Healey

The 1980 Labour Party deputy leadership election took place on 4 November 1980 when incumbent deputy leader Michael Foot was elected leader of the Labour Party, defeating Denis Healey. Healey was subsequently elected unopposed as deputy leader.

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