List of MPs elected in the United Kingdom general election, 1992
Notable newcomers to the House of Commons included Gyles Brandreth, Sebastian Coe, Iain Duncan Smith, John Denham, Geoff Hoon, John Hutton, Glenda Jackson, Tessa Jowell, Peter Mandelson and Bob Ainsworth.
During the 1992-97 Parliament, Betty Boothroyd was the Speaker, John Major served as Prime Minister, and Neil Kinnock, John Smith, Margaret Beckett, and Tony Blair served as Leader of the Opposition. This Parliament was dissolved on 8 April 1997.
|Ulster Unionist Party||9|
|Social Democratic and Labour Party||4|
|Democratic Unionist Party||3|
|Scottish National Party||3|
|Ulster Popular Unionist Party||1|
|Notional Government Majority||21|
|Effective Government Majority||46|
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See the list of United Kingdom by-elections.
Two seats were vacant when Parliament was dissolved preparatory to the 1997 general election:
- Meriden: Iain Mills (Con) died 13 January 1997
- Don Valley: Martin Redmond (Lab) died 16 January 1997
- 1995 Alan Howarth (Stratford-on-Avon) defects from Con to Lab.
- 1995 Emma Nicholson (Devon West and Torridge) defects from Con to Lib Dem.
- 1996 Peter Thurnham (Bolton North East) defects from Con to Lib Dem.
- March 1997 George Gardiner (Reigate) defects from Con to Referendum Party.
- "Politics 97". BBC News. 1 May 1997.