Southwark Central by-election, 1940
The Southwark Central by-election of 1940 was held on 10 February 1940. The by-election was held due to the death of the incumbent Labour MP, Harry Day. It was won by the Labour candidate John Hanbury Martin.
|Labour||John Hanbury Martin||5,285||64.3||+11.0|
|Anti-War||Charles W. Searson||1,550||18.9|
|National Independent||Violet Van der Elst||1,382||16.8|
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