Labour Party (UK) deputy leadership election, 1992
The 1992 Labour Party deputy leadership election followed the Labour Party's failure to win the 1992 general election and the subsequent resignation of deputy party leader Roy Hattersley. The ballot took place on 18 July 1992 at Labour Party Conference. Affiliated organisations had 40% of the vote, while Constituency Labour Parties and the Parliamentary Labour Party had 30% each in the electoral college.
- Margaret Beckett, Shadow Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Member of Parliament for Derby South
- Bryan Gould, Shadow Secretary of State for the Environment, Member of Parliament for Dagenham
- John Prescott, Shadow Secretary of State for Transport, Member of Parliament for Hull East
- Under the rules at the time of the contest, block votes were cast by delegates and the Parliamentary Party at Labour Party Conference. Affiliated Unions held 40% of the votes, CLPs 30% and the PLP 30%.
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