Peter Randles

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Peter John Randles (10 June 1923 – 12 April 2008), Australian politician, was a member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly for the Electoral district of Brunswick, representing the Labor Party, from 1949–1955.[1] Following the Labor Party split in 1955, he joined the Australian Labor Party (Anti-Communist) (later the Democratic Labor Party).[2][3] At the state election a month later, his seat was abolished. He unsuccessfully contested the new electorate of Brunswick West.


  1. ^ "Peter John Randles". Re-Member: a database of all Victorian MPs since 1851. Parliament of Victoria. Retrieved 25 August 2022.
  2. ^ Robert Murray (1970), The Split, F.W. Cheshire, Melbourne.ISBN 9780701516758
  3. ^ Ainsley Symons (2012), 'Democratic Labor Party members in the Victorian Parliament of 1955-1958,' in Recorder (Australian Society for the Study of Labour History, Melbourne Branch) No. 275, November, pp. 4-5.ISSN 0155-8722