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. Following the Labor Party split in 1955, he joined the Australian Labor Party (Anti-Communist) (later the Democratic Labor Party). At the state election a month later, his seat was abolished. He unsuccessfully contested the new electorate of Brunswick West.
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- Robert Murray (1970), The Split, F.W. Cheshire, Melbourne.
- 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.
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