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TAdjusted to allow for two-member seets. See Introductory Notas. 0 564 55 (619) 475 617 100 2 2 3 43 1 1,868 () 0 12 625 2 1 1ncluding 4 AP, 4 I LP, 2 Irish LP, 2 SPGB, 1 MGC, 1 SCPGB 2 Namely: J. MacLeod (Inverness-shire and Ross and Cromarty, Ross and Cromarty-lnd U. He joined the Liberal-Unionist Group in May 1951. 0 625 4 UNITED KINGDOM c NL & C fTotal Cl L lab Com N PC SNP Others Total 11ncluding 3 ILP, 1 AP, 1 BEP, 1 Irish LP. 2 Namely: J. Beattie (Belfast, West-Irish LP). 0 WALES c NL&C (Total Cl L Lib Com PC Others Total SCOTLAND c NORTHERN IRELAND UNITED KINGDOM c NL&C (Total C) L Lib Com PC SF SNP Others Total 1 1ncluding 2 ILP, 1 Irish LP.

2The twelve members for Northern Ireland constituencies (6 UU, 3 VUPP, 1 DUP, 1 Jnd Rep, 1 SDLP). 3 The number of persons seeking election was 2,231 owing to the fact that one candidate contested twelve constituencies and another contested eleven constituencies. 2 1945 1950 1951 618 619 617 1955 1959 1964 1966 1970 1974 {F) 1974 {0) % 1 tncluding Liberal Unionists,1886-1910 (D) anti National, National Liberal and National Labour,1931-45. 2 1ncluding 25 unendorsed. 3 tnctuding Independent Liberals.

3 An amalgamation of Middlesbrough, Redcar, Stockton-on-Tees and Thornaby-on-Tees. 01 CONTESTED BY-ELECTIONS 1885-1946 The following table lists all contested by-elections and the party designation of the successful candidate. Where a 'seat changed hands this is indicated by an asterisk and the designation of the party gaining the seat and of the party losing the seat is given. For example (Lab/C) indicates a LaiJour "gain from Conservative. GENERAL ELECTION 1886-GENERAL ELECTION 1888 Date 27/1 29/1 1/2 11/2 11/2 11/2 12/2 13/2 V/2 2/3 26/3 6/4 14/4 21/4 1888 Croydon IC) *Edinburgh, South IL/Ind L) Armagh, Mid (C) Galway Borough (N) Hackney, South (L) Monaghan, North Newcastle upon Tyne (L) Great Grimsby ( L) Cardiff Boroughs (l) Flintshira Ill Cheshire, Altrincham (C) Barrow·in·Furneu ( L) *Ipswich (two seats) (C/L & C/L) Bradford, Central Ill GENERAL ELECTION 1888-GENERAL ELECTION 1882 12/8 16/8 20/8 20/8 20/8 25/8 23/12 1888 Tower Hamlets, St.

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