Luton by-election, 1963
The 1963 Luton by-election was held following the resignation of the former "radio doctor" and Conservative Minister Charles Hill. Hill had a majority of over 5,000 at the 1959 general election, but the Luton seat was won by the Labour candidate Will Howie with a majority of 3,749.
|Liberal||M A Benjamin||5,001||11.38||+11.38|
|Labour gain from Conservative and National Liberal||Swing|
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